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Labor Shortage Case Studies (1993)

Only the Executive Summary is available for this Report. This report presents the findings of a study sponsored by the Employment and Training Administration (ETA) to enhance understanding of the factors that contribute to occupation-specific labor shortages. It also identifies steps that can be taken to reduce the probability of such shortages occurring, and if they do occur, to alleviate their effects. The report is based on case studies of four occupations that currently or previously experienced labor shortages: special education teachers, paraprofessional home care workers, electrical and electronic engineers, and tool and die makers. Research for the case studies was conducted in 1990. [Click Here] to View the Executive Summary Report in .PDF

There are 299 pages in this report.  The size of the PDF file is 10.5


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