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July 1985, Vol. 108, No. 7
Measuring labor force flows:
a special conference examines the problems
Carma R. Hogue
Mathematical Statistician, Statistical Research Division, Bureau of the Census
A large number of persons move into and out of the labor force and to and from employment and unemployment each month, but measurement of these flows is difficult; labor force experts and statisticians gathered to discuss the problems and suggest solutions.
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