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February 1983, Vol. 106, No. 2
Estimating annual hours
of labor force activity
Shirley J. Smith
Two new measures show wide variations in the amount of labor supplied by population subgroups; patterns relate to the occupation, race, sex, age, and family status of individuals, and to phases of the business cycle.
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Labor Force Statistics from the Current Population Survey
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