scope of industrial training in selected skilled and technical occupations.

Prepared for Office of Manpower Policy, Evaluation and Research, Manpower Administration, U.S. Dept. of Labor. by Harry V. Kincaid

Publisher: Stanford Research Institute in Menlo Park, Calif

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Kincaid, Harry V. A mail questionnaire survey was made of employment, formal training, and the use of apprenticeships within the metalworking industry for the "growth occupations" of maintenance electrician, tool and die maker, electronic technician, maintenance.

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Training is also imparted in non-engineering areas of Stenography and Data Entry. Bell also exaggerated the extent to which the new occupations would be educated ones and did not predict the growth of the many new low-paid jobs, particularly in distributive and personal services, which have been an intrinsic part of the rise of post-industrial society, and the widening gap that would exist between the skilled and unskilled.

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