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January, 1985, Vol. 108, No. 1
Bargaining activity light
in private industry in 1985
Economist, Office of Wages and Industrial Relations, Bureau of Labor Statistics
About 33 percent of the 7.4 million workers under major collective bargaining agreements in such private industries as trucking, rubber, construction, and apparel are scheduled for new contracts; first-time data show that 55 percent of 2 million State and local workers are slated for new agreements.
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