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June 1984, Vol. 107, No. 6
A new BLS survey measures
the ratio of hours worked to hours paid
Hours at work accounted for about 93 percent of the hours paid for production and nonsupervisory workers in 1982, according to a new annual survey which includes only the time required to be on the job site thereby excluding paid holidays, sick leave, and vacations.
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