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July 1983, Vol. 106, No. 7
Job commitment in America:
is it waxing or waning?
Janice Neipert Hedges
Labor economist, formerly with the Bureau of Labor Statistics
An analysis of literature and popular indicators of the work ethic show no evidence of either increasing or decreasing commitment; many workers continue to work more than the standard 40-hour week.
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