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BLS Publications, 1972-77
U.S. Department of Labor
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Bulletin 1990




BLS Publications, 1972-77
U.S. Department of Labor
Ray Marshall, Secretary
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Julius Shiskin, Commissioner
1978
Bulletin 1990




For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office
Washington, D .C . 20402
Stock Number 029-001-02204-2




Preface
This bulletin provides numerical listings and a subject index of bulletins and reports
issued by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) from 1972 through 1977. It supplements
Bulletin 1749, whic h prov ides numerical listings of all BLS bulletins and reports from 1886
to 1971 and a subject index from 1915. Bulletin 174 contains a subjec t index of bulletins
issued before 1915.
Pe riodicals are not included in the subjec t index. Subjec t indexes for the1Monthly Labor
Review for 1915 through 1975 can be found in Bulletins 695, 696, 1080, 1335, 1746, and 1922.
In addition, annual indexes are provided in each December issue of the Review.
Twice a year, the BLS publishes an annotated subject catalog of bulletins, reports, press
releases, periodicals, and other publications of the Bureau and its regional offices. This
catalog and a m onthly publication list are available free of charge.
Bulletins still in print are for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government
Printing Office, W ashington, D C. 20402, or by the Bureau’s regional offices listed on the
inside back cover. Reports and bulletin supplements are available, free of charge, as long as
supplies last, from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, W ashington, D.C. 20212, or its regional
offices. All publications may be available for reference at leading public, college, and univer­
sity libraries.
This bulletin was prepared in the Office of Publications by Rosalie K. Epstein.
Material in this publication is in the public dom ain and may be reproduced w ithout
permission.




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Contents
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Numerical listing of bulletins ....................................................................................................

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Numerical listing of r e p o r ts ........................................................................................................ 18
Special Labor Force Reports ...................................................................................................... 24
Other publications of general interest ...................................................................................... 25
Subject index of bulletins and re p o rts ........................................................................................ 26




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Brief History of the American Labor Movement,
Bicentennial Edition (1976).
A pocket-sized history of the American labor
movement. Summarizes the development of the
early organizations of labor and the modern
organized labor movement. A special feature is
a chronology of im portant events in American
labor history, 1778-1975.
Employment and Earnings, United States:
1909-71 (1972).
1901-72 (1973).
1909-74 (1976).
Latest in a series of comprehensive data books
presenting detailed industry statistics on the
N ation’s nonagricultural work force.
Employment and Earnings, States and Areas:
1939-71 (1973).
1939-72 (1974).
1939-74 (1976).
1939-75 (1977).
Latest in a series of comprehensive data books
presenting detailed industry statistics on the
nonagricultural work force by State and area.
Major Collective Bargaining Agreements:
Layoff, Recall, and W orksharing Procedures
(1972).
Adm inistration of Seniority (1972/
Hours, Overtime, and Weekend Work (1975).
Safety and Health Provisions (1976).
Supplements:
Wage Chronology: New York City Laundries,
1965-72 (1972).
Wage Chronology: Western Union Telegraph
Co., 1968-71 (1972).
W age C h ro n o lo g y : FM C C o r p o r a tio n ,
Chemical G roup—Fiber Division (formerly the
American Viscose Division) and the Textile
Workers Union of America, June 1968-June
1974 (1974).
Wage Chronology: Pasific Longshore Workers,
August 1969-July 1975 (1974).

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Three Budgets for an Urban Family of Four
Persons, 1969-70 (1972).
1604 Wage Chronology: Federal Emplpyees Under
the General Schedule, Aug. 1968-Oct. 1973
(1974).
1606 Tom orrow ’s M anpower Needs: Supp. 3, Match­
ing Occupational Classifications to Vocational
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(1975). Supp. 4, Estim ating Occupational Sep­
arations from the Labor Force for States (1974).
Wage Chronology: International Harvester
Company, 1946-70 (1972). Supp., 1970-73(1973).
Wage Chronology Supplement: Armour and
Company and Amalgamated Meat Cutters and
Butcher Workmen of North America, Sept.
1973-Aug. 1976 (1975).
Area Wage Surveys:
The Chicago, Illinois, M etropolitan Area, June
1971 (1972).
Selected M etropolitan Areas, 1970-71 (1972).
M etropolitan Areas, United States and Regional
Summaries, 1970-71 (1973).
Occupational Outlook Handbook, 1972-73
Edition (1972).
See annotation for Bull. 1955. (Reprints of
individual occupations and industries covered
in the 1972-73 Edition are published in the Oc­
cupational Outlook Reprint Series,Bulls. 1700-1
to 1700-141.)
Industry Wage Survey: Men’s and Boys’ Suits
and Coats, April 1970 (1972).
Railroad Technology and Manpower in the
1970’s (1972).
Chronology: International Shoe Co.,
1945-74 (1972). Supp., International Shoe Co.,
the Shoe Workers, and the Boot and Shoe Work­
ers, 1972-76 (1976).
Industry Wage Survey: Paperboard Con­
tainers and Boxes, March 1970 (1971).
M unicipal Labor-M anagem ent Relations:
Chronology of Compensation Developments in
Milwaukee, 1960-70 (1971).
The Employment Problems of Older Workers
(1971).
Employee Compensation in the Private N on­
farm Economy, 1968 (1972).
Scientific and Technical Personnel in Industry,
1969 (1971).
Wage Calendar, 1972 (1972).
See annotation for Bull. 1943.
Area Wage Surveys:
The Scranton, Pennsylvania, Metropolitan
Area, July 1971 (1971).
The Manchester, New Hampshire, Metro­
politan Area, July 1971 (1971).
The Green Bay, Wisconsin, Metropolitan
Area, July 1971 (1971).
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Area Wage Surveys—Continued
M etropolitan Area, July 1971 (1971).
The Raleigh, North Carolina, M etropolitan
Area, August 1971 (1971).
Binghamton, New York, July 1971 (1971).
The Rochester, New York, M etropolitan Area,
July 1971 (1972).
The Oklahom a City, Oklahoma, M etropolitan
Area, July 1971 (1971).
The Utica—Rome, New York, M etropolitan
Area, July 1971 (1971).
The Syracuse, New York, M etropolitan Area,
July 1971 (1971).
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The Boston, Massachusetts, M etropolitan Area,
August 1971 (1971).
The Trenton, New Jersey, M etropolitan Area,
September 1971 (1971).
The Omaha, Nebraska—Iowa, M etropolitan
Area, September 1971 (1972).
The Chattanooga, Tennessee—Georgia, Metro­
politan Area, September 1971 (1972).
The San Jose, California, M etropolitan Area,
August 1971 (1972).
The Baltimore, Maryland, M etropolitan Area,
August 1971 (1972).
The Cleveland, Ohio, M etropolitan Area, Sep­
tember 1971 (1972).
The Kansas City, Missouri—Kansas, Metro­
politan Area, September 1971 (1972).
The Columbus, Ohio, M etropolitan Area, 1971
(1972).
The Waterloo, Iowa, M etropolitan Area, N o­
vember 1971 (1972).
The Fort Worth, Texas, M etropolitan Area,
October 1971 (1972).

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The Indianapolis, Indiana, M etropolitan Area,
October 1971 (1972).
The Salt Take City, Utah, M etropolitan Area,
November 1971 (1972).
The Burlington, Vermont, Area, December 1971
(1972).
The Dallas,Texas, M etropolitan Area, Oc­
tober 1971 -(1972).
The Boise City, Idaho, M etropolitan Area, N o­
vember 1971 (1972).
4'he Miami, Florida, M etropolitan Area,
November 1971 (1972).
The Louisville, Kentucky—Indiana, Metro­
politan Area, November 1971 (1972).
The Sioux Falls, South Dakota, M etropolitan
Area, December 1971 (1972).
Fhe T am pa—St. Petersburg, Florida, Metro­
politan Area, November 1971 (1972).
Fhe San Diego, California, M etropolitan Area,
November 1971 (1972).
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M etropolitan Area, Oc tober 1971 (1972).
The Buffalo, New \o rk , M etropolitan Area,
October 1971 (1972).
The New Orleans, Louisiana, M etropolitan
Area, January 1972 (1972).
The Dayton, Ohio, M etropolitan Area, De­
cember 1971 (1972).
The M idland and Odessa, Texas, M etropolitan
Areas, January 1972 (1972).
The Jackson, Mississippi, M etropolitan Area,
January 1972 (1972).
The Jacksonville, Florida, M etropolitan Area,
December 1971 (1972).
The Memphis, Tennessee—Arkansas, Metro­
politan Area, November 1971 (1972).
The New Haven, Connecticut, M etropolitan
Area, January 1972 (1972).
The Norfolk—Portsm outh and Newport
News—H am pton, V irginia, M etropolitan
Areas, January 1972 (1972).
The San Bernardino— Riverside—Ontario,
California, M etropolitan Area. December 1971
(1972).
The Denver, Colorado, M etropolitan Area,
December 1971 (1972).
The M inneapolis—St. Paul, Minnesota, Metro­
politan Area, January 1972 (1972).
The Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, M etropolitan
Area, January 1972 (1972).
The Seattle—Everett, W ashington, Metro­
politan Area, January 1972 (1972).
The Charlotte, North Carolina, M etropolitan
Area, January 1972 (1972).
The Albany—Schenectady—Troy, New York,
M etropolitan Area, March 1972 (1972).
The Huntsville, Alabama, M etropolitan Area,
February 1972 (1972).
The Youngstown—Warren, Ohio, Metro­
politan Area, November 1971 (1972).
The Newark and Jersey City, New Jersey,
M etropolitan Areas, January 1972 (1972).
The Waterbury, Connecticut, M etropolitan
Area, March 1972 (1972).
The York, Pennsylvania, M etropolitan Area,
February 1972 (1972).
The Davenport—Rock Island—Moline, Iowa—
Illinois, M etropolitan Area, February 1972
(1972).
The Cincinnati, O hio—Kentucky—Indiana,
M etropolitan Area, February 1972 (1972).
Fhe Lubbock, Texas, M etropolitan Area,
March 1972 (1972).
The Birmingham, Alabama, M etropolitan
Area, March 1972 (1972).
The Albuquerque, New Mexico, M etropolitan
Area, March 1972 (1972).
The South Bend, Indiana, M etropolitan Area,
March 1972 (1972).

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politan Area, March 1972 (1972).
-62 The Philadelphia, Pennsylvania—New Jersey,
M etropolitan Area, November 1971 (1972).
-63 The Charleston, West Virginia, M etropolitan
Area, March 1972 (1972).
-64 The Durham, North Carolina, M etropolitan
Area, April 1972 (1972).
-65 The San Jose, California, M etropolitan Area,
March 1972 (1972).
-66 The Greenville, South Carolina, M etropolitan
Area, May 1972 (1972).
-67 The San Antonio, Texas, M etropolitan Area,
May 1972 (1972).
-68 The Detroit, Michigan, M etropolitan Area,
February 1972 (1972).
-69 The Beaumont—Port A rthur—Orange,Texas,
M etropolitan Area, May 1972 (1972).
-70 T h e P r o v id e n c e — P a w tu c k e t—W a rw ic k ,
Rhode Island—Massachusetts, M etropolitan
Area, May 1972 (1972).
-71 The Worcester, Massachusetts, M etropolitan
Area, May 1972 (1972).
-72 The Richmond, Virginia, M etropolitan Area,
March 1972 (1972).
-73 The Savannah, Georgia, M etropolitan Area,
May 1972 (1972).
-74 The Fort Lauderdale—Hollywood and West
Palm Beach, Florida, M etropolitan Areas, April
1972 (1972).
-75 The Canton, Ohio, M etropolitan Area, May
1972 (1972).
-76 The Los Angeles—Long Beach and Anaheim —
Santa Ana—Garden Grove, California, Metro­
politan Areas, March 1972 (1972).
-77 The Atlanta, Georgia, M etropolitan Area, May
1972 (1972).
-78 The Toledo, O hio—Michigan, M etropolitan
Area, April 1972 (1972).
-79 The Houston, Texas, M etropolitan Area, April
1972 (1972).
-80 Poughkeepsie—Kingston—Newburgh,
New
York, June 1972 (1972).
-81 The Lawrence— Haverhill, Massachusetts—
New Ham pshire, M etropolitan Area, June 1972
(1972).
-82 The Wichita, Kansas, M etropolitan Area, April
1972 (1972).
-83 The Milwaukee, Wisconsin, M etropolitan Area,
May 1972 (1972).
-84 The Rockford, Illinois, M etropolitan Area,
June 1972 (1972).
-85 The Muskegon—Muskegon Heights,M ichigan,
M etropolitan Area, June 1972.
-86 The Des Moines, Iowa, M etropolitan Area, May
1972 (1972).
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nsylvania—New Jersey, M etropolitan Area,
May 1972 (1972).
The Paterson—Clifton—Passaic, New Jersey,
M etropolitan Area, June 1972 (1972).
The Portland, Oregon—W ashington, Metro­
politan Area, May 1972 (1972).
The New York, New York, M etropolitan Area,
April 1972 (1972).
The Spokane, W ashington, M etropolitan Area,
June 1972 (1972).
The Chicago, Illinois, M etropolitan Area, June
1972 (1972).
The W ashington, D.C.—Md.—Va., Metro­
politan Area, March 1972 (1972).
The Phoenix, Arizona, M etropolitan Area, June
1972 (1972).
Selected M etropolitan Areas, 1971-72 (1973).
M etropolitan Areas, United States and Region­
al Summaries, 1971-72 (1974).
Industry Wage Survey: Nonferrous Foundries,
June 1970 (1972).
Analysis of Work Stoppages, 1970 (1972).
Industry Wage Survey: W omen’s and Misses’
Coats and Suits, August 1970 (1972).
Characteristics of Agreements Covering 2,000
Workers or More (1972).
Occupational Outlook for College Graduates,
1972-73 Edition (1972).
See annotation for Bull. 1956.
Black Americans: A Decade of Occupational
Change (1972).
Presents 21 charts depicting the occupational
advance of black workers from 1960 to 1970.
Industry Wage Survey: Candy and Other
Confectionery Products, August 1970 (1972).
Projections of the Post-Vietnam Economy, 1975
(1972).
Industry Wage Survey: Scheduled Airlines,
August 1970 (1972).
H a n d b o o k of L a b o r S tatistics 1972 (1972).

See annotation for Bull. 1865.
Wage Chronology: North Atlantic Longshore­
men, 1934-71 (1972). Supp., Council of North
Atlantic Shipping Associations and the ILA,
1971-77 (1976).
1737 Tom orrow ’s Manpower Needs, Vol. IV Revised
1971: The National Industry-Occupational
Matrix and Other Manpower Data (1972).
1738 Occupational Employment Statistics, 1960-70
(1972).
1739 Industry Wage Survey: Paints and Varnishes,
November 1970 (1972).
1740 Industry Wage Survey: Synthetic Fibers,
December 1970 (1972).
1741 Industry Wage Survey: Petroleum Refining,
April 1971 (1972).
1742 National Survey of Professional, Adm inistra­
tive, Technical, and Clerical Pay, June 1971
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(1972).
See annotation for Bull. 1980.
Industry Wage Survey: Hosiery, September 1970
(1972).
U nion Wages and Hours: Printing Industry,
July 1, 1971 (1972).
Union Wages and Hours: Local-Transit
Operating Employees, July 1, 1971 (1972)
Monthly Labor Review Index of Volumes 84-93,
January 1961-December 1970 (1973).
Union Wages and Hours: Building Trades, July
1, 1971 (1972).
Industry Wage Survey: Cigarette M anufactur­
ing, May-June 1971 (1972).
BLS Publications, 1886-1971 (1972).
Contains an annotated numerical listing of
all bulletins and reports published by the
Bureau of Labor Statistics from 1886 to 1971 and
a subject index of those published since 1915. (A
subject index for bulletins published before
1915 can be found in Bull. 174. )
Directory of National Unions and Employee
Associations, 1971 (1972).
See annotation for Bull. 1937.
Industry Wage Survey: Communications, 1970
(1972) .
Industry Wage Survey: M en’s and Boys’ Sep­
arate Trousers, January 1971 (1972).
H andling of Rail Disputes Under the Railway
Labor Act, 1950-69 (1972).
Industry Wage Survey: Machinery Manufac­
turing, Winter 1970-71 (1972).
Labor and Material Requirements for Construc­
tion of Private Single-Family Houses (1972).
U nion Wages and Hours: Local Truckdrivers
and Helpers, July 1, 1971 (1972).
Industry Wage Survey: Textile Dyeing and
Finishing, December 1970 (1972).
Indexes of O utput Per Man-Hour: Selected In­
dustries, 1972 Edition (1972).
M unicipal Collective Bargaining Agreements
in Large Cities (1972).
Black Americans: A Decade of Occupational
Change (Revised 1972).
See annotation for Bull. 1731. Charts revised
and statistical appendix added.
Wage Chronology: Pacific Gas and Electric
Company, 1943-73 (1972). Supp., Pacific Gas
and Electric Co. and the Electrical Workers
(IBEW), 1972-76 (1977).
Wage Chronology: Firestone Tire and Rubber
Co. and B.F. Goodrich Co. (Akron Plants), 193773 (1972). Supp., April 1973-April 1976 (1975).
Industry Wage Survey: Fertilizer, March-April
1971 (1972).
National Survey of Professional, Adm inis­
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See annotation for Bull. 1980.
Annual Earnings and Employment Patterns of
Private Nonagricultural Employees, 1966-67
(1973).
Wage Calendar, 1973 (1973).
See annotation for Bull. 1943.
Wage Chronology: Dan River, Inc. May 1943January 1972 (1973). Supp., Jan. 1973-June 1974
(1975).
Industry Wage Survey: Industrial Chemicals,
June 1971 (1973).
Tom orrow ’s Manpower Needs: Research
Report on M anpower Projection Methods
(1973) .
Employee Compensation in the Private N on­
farm Economy, 1970 (1973).
Wage Chronology: Atlantic Richfield Co.
(former facilities of Sinclair Oil Companies),
1941- 72 (1973). Supp., Jan. 1973-Jan. 1975
(1974) .
Union Wages and Hours: Grocery Stores, July
1, 1971 (1973).
Wage Chronology: Swift 8c Company, January
1942- September 1973 (1973).
Outlook for Technology and Manpower in
Printing and Publishing (1973).
Area W age Surveys:
Green Bay, W isconsin, M etropolitan Area, July
1972 (1972). Supp. 1, July 1973 (1973). Supp. 2,
July 1974 (1974).
L ittle R ock— N orth L ittle Rock, Arkansas,
M etropolitan Area, July 1972 (1972). Supp. 1,
July 1973 (1973).
U tica— R om e, N ew York, M etropolitan Area,
July 1972 (1972).
Rochester, N ew York, M etropolitan Area, July
1972 (1972).
B ingham ton, N ew York, July 1972 (1972).
O klahom a City, O klahom a, M etropolitan Area,
July 1972 (1972). Supp. 1, July 1973 (1973).
R aleigh, N orth C arolina, M etropolitan Area,
A ugust 1972 (1972).
M anchester, N ew H am pshire, M etropolitan
Area, July 1972 (1972). Supp. 1, July 1973 (1973).
T a m p a —St. Petersburg, Florida, M etropolitan
Area, A ugust 1972 (1972). Supp. 1, A ugust 1973
(1973).
Scranton, P ennsylvania, M etropolitan Area,
July 1972 (1972).
Syracuse, N ew York, M etropolitan Area, July
1972 (1972).
T renton, N ew Jersey, M etropolitan Area, Sep­
tember 1972 (1972). Supp. 1, September 1973
(1973). Supp. 2, September 1974 (1974).
Boston, M assachusetts, M etropolitan Area,
A ugust 1972(1972). Supp. 1, A ugust 1973 (1973).
Supp. 2, A ugust 1974 (1975).
C hattanooga, T en n essee—G eorgia, M etropoli-

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Area Wage Surveys—Continued
tan Area, September 1972 (1973). Supp. 1, Sep­
tember 1973 (1973). Supp. 2, September. 1974
(1975).
Cleveland, Ohio, M etropolitan Area, September
1972 (1973). Supp. 1, September 1973 (1973).
Omaha, Nebraska—Iowa, M etropolitan Area,
September 1972 (1973). Supp. 1, September 1973
(1973).
Kansas City, Missouri—Kansas, M etropolitan
Area, September 1972 (1973).
Buffalo, New York, M etropolitan Area, October
1972(1973). Supp. 1, October 1973 (1974). Supp.
2, October 1974 (1975).
Youngstown—Warren, Ohio, M etropolitan
Area, November 1972(1973). Supp. 1, November
1973 (1974).
Baltimore, Maryland, M etropolitan Area,
August 1972(1973). Supp. 1, August 1973 (1973).
Supp. 2, August 1974 (1975).
Portland, Maine, M etropolitan Area, November
1972 (1973).
Lexington, Kentucky, Area, November 1972
(1973). Supp. 1, November 1973 (1974). Supp. 2.
(Lexington-Fayette), November 1974 (1975).
Columbus, Ohio, M etropolitan Area, October
1972 (1973). Supp. 1, October 1973 (1974). Supp.
2, October 1974 (1975).
Fort W orth, Texas, M etropolitan Area, October
1972 (1973). Supp. 1, October 1973 (1974).
Dallas, Texas, M etropolitan Area, October 1972
(1973). Supp. 1, October 1973 (1974). Supp. 2,
(Dallas-Fort Worth), October 1974 (1975).
Waterloo, Iowa, M etropolitan Area, November
1972 (1973).
Indianapolis, Indiana, M etropolitan Area, Oc­
tober 1972 (1973). Supp. 1, October 1973 (1974).
Supp. 2, October 1974 (1975).
Burlington, Vermont, Area, December 1972
(1973) . Supp. 1, December 1973 (1974).
Miami, Florida, M etropolitan Area, November
1972 (1973). Supp. 1, November 1973 (1974).
Supp. 2, October 1974 (1975).
Memphis, Tennessee—Arkansas, M etropolitan
Area, November 1972 (1973).
Jacksonville, Florida, M etropolitan Area, De­
cember 1972 (1973).
Boise City, Idaho, M etropolitan Area, Novem­
ber 1972 (1973). Supp. 1, November 1973 (1974).
Salt Lake City, Utah, M etropolitan Area, N o­
vember 1972 (1973). Supp. 1, November 1973
(1974) . Supp. 2, November 1974 (1975).
Dayton, Ohio, M etropolitan Area, December
1972 (1973). Supp. 1, December 1973 (1974).
Denver, Colorado, M etropolitan Area, Decem­
ber 1972 (1973). Supp. 1, December 1973 (1974).
Akron, Ohio, M etropolitan Area, December
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Louisville, Kentucky—Indiana, M etropolitan
Area, November 1972 (1973). Supp. 1, November
1973 (1974).
Los Angeles—Long Beach and Anaheim —
Santa Ana—Garden Grove, California, Metro­
politan Areas, October 1972 (1973). Supp. 1,
October 1973 (1974). Supp. 2, October 1974
(1975).
Charlotte, North Carolina, M etropolitan Area,
January 1973 (1973). Supp. 1, January 1974
(1974).
San Diego, California, M etropolitan Area, N o­
vember 1972 (1973). Supp. 1, November 1973
(1974).
M idland and Odessa, Texas, M etropolitan
Areas, January 1973 (1973). Supp. 1, January
1974 (1974).
Austin, Texas, M etropolitan Area, December
1972 (1973). Supp. 1, December 1973 (1974).
Supp. 2, December 1974 (1975).
Sioux Falls, South Dakota, M etropolitan Area,
December 1972 (1973). Supp. 1, December 1973
(1974).
Ja&son*, Mississippi, M etropolitan Area, Janu aj|\l9 7 3 (1973).
P h ilad elp h ia, P ennsylvania—New Jersey,
M etropolitan Area, November 1972 (1973).
Ne\y Haven, Connecticut, M etropolitan Area,
JanYiary 1973 (1973). Supp. 1, January 1974
(1974).
New Orleans, Louisiana, M etropolitan Area,
January 1973 (1973).
Huntsville, Alabama, M etropolitan Area, Feb­
ruary 1973 (1973).
M inneapolis—St. Paul, Minnesota, M etropoli­
tan Area, January 1973 (1973). Supp. 1, January
1974 (1974).
Newark and Jersey City, New Jersey, M etropoli­
tan Areas, January 1973 (1973). Supp. 1, January
1974 (1974).
Norfolk—Virginia Beach—Portsm outh and
Newport News—H am pton, Virginia, Metro­
politan Areas, January 1973 (1973). Supp. 1,
January 1974 (1974).
Albuquerque, New Mexico, M etropolitan Area,
March 1973 (1973). Supp. 1, March 1974(1974).
Cincinnati, O hio—Kentucky—Indiana, Metro­
p o lita n A rea, F e b ru a ry 1973 (1973).
South Bend, Indiana, M etropolitan Area,March
1973 (1973).
Lubbock, Texas, M etropolitan Area, March
1973 (1973). Supp. 1, March 1974 (1974).
Seattle—Everett, W ashington, M etropolitan
Area, January 1973 (1973).
Davenport—Rock Island—Moline, Iowa—Illi­
nois, M etropolitan Area, February 1973 (1973).
Waterbury, Connecticut, M etropolitan Area,
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Area Wage Surveys—Continued
York, Pennsylvania, M etropolitan Areas, Feb­
ruary 1973 (1973). Supp. 1, February 1974(1974).
Riverside—San Bernardino—O ntario, Califor­
nia, M etropolitan Area, December 1972 (1973).
Supp. 1, December 1973 (1974).
Durham, North Carolina, M etropolitan Area,
April 1973 (1973).
Albany—Schenectady—Troy, New York, Met­
ropolitan Area, March 1973 (1973). Supp. 1,
March 1974 (1974). Supp. 2, September 1974
(1975).
Toledo, O hio—M ichigan, M etropolitan Area,
April 1973 (1973). Supp. 1, April 1974 (1974).
Fort Lauderdale—Hollywood and West Palm
Beach, Florida, M etropolitan Areas, April 1973
(1973) . Supp. 1, April 1974 (1974).
Birmingham , Alabama, M etropolitan Area,
March 1973 (1973). Supp. 1, March 1974(1974).
Supp. 2, March 1975 (1975).
San Jose, California, M etropolitan Area, March
1973 (1973). Supp. 1, March 1974 (1974).
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, M etropolitan Area,
January 1973 (1973). Supp. 1, January 1974
(1974) . Supp. 2, January 1975 (1975).
Richmond, Virginia, M etropolitan Area, March
1973 (1973).
St. Louis, Missouri—Illinois, M etropolitan
Area, March 1973 (1973). Supp. 1, March 1974
(1974). Supp. 2, March 1975 (1975).
Wichita, Kansas, M etropolitan Area, April 1973
(1973).
Houston, Texas, M etropolitan Area, April 1973
(1973).
Des Moines, Iowa, M etropolitan Area, May 1973
(1973). Supp. 1, May 1974 (1974).
Canton, Ohio, M etropolitan Area, May 1973
(1973) .
Charleston, West Virginia, M etropolitan Area,
March 1973 (1973). Supp. 1, March 1974(1974).
W ashington, D.C.—Md.—Va., M etropolitan
Area, March 1973 (1973). Supp. 1, March 1974
(1974) .
Worcester, Massachusetts, M etropolitan Area,
May 1973 (1973). Supp. 1, May 1974 (1974).
Savannah, Georgia, M etropolitan Area, May
1973 (1973). Supp. 1, May 1974 (1974).
San Antonio, Texas, M etropolitan Area, May
1973 (1973).
Atlanta, Georgia, M etropolitan Area, May 1973
(1973). Supp. 1, May 1974 (1974).
Rockford, Illinois, M etropolitan Area, June
1973 (1973). Supp. 1, June 1974 (1974).
San Francisco—Oakland, California, Metro­
politan Area, March 1973 (1973). Supp. 1, March
1974 (1974).
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M etropolitan Area, May 1973 (1973). Supp. 1,
May 1974 (1974).
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, M etropolitan Area,
May 1973 (1973). Supp. 1, May 1974 (1974).
P ro v id en ce—W arw ick —P aw tu ck et, R hode
Island—Massachusetts, M etropolitan Area,
May 1973 (1973).
Poughkeepsie— Kings ton—N ew burgh, Ne w
York, M etropolitan Area, June 1973 (1973).
Supp. 1, June 1974 (1974).
Greenville, South Carolina, M etropolitan Area,
May 1973 (1973). Supp. 1, May 1974 (1974).
Portland, Oregon—W ashington, M etropolitan
Area, May 1973 (1973).
Chicago, Illinois, M etropolitan Area, May 1973
(1973).
Detroit, Michigan, M etropolitan Area, March
1973 (1973). Supp. 1, March 1974 (1974).
A lle n to w n —B eth leh em — E aston, P e n n s y l­
vania—New Jersey, M etropolitan Area, May
1973 (1973). Supp. 1, May 1974 (1974).
Muskegon—Muskegon Heights, M ichigan,
M etropolitan Area, June 1973 (1973). Supp. 1,
June 1974 (1974).
P a te rs o n —C lifto n — Passaic, N e w Jersey,
M etropolitan Area, June 1973 (1973). Supp. 1,
June 1974 (1974).
Lawrence—Haverhill,
Massachusetts—New
Ham pshire, M etropolitan Area, June 1973
(1973). Supp. 1, June 1974 (1974).
New York, New York, M etropolitan Area, April
1973 (1973). Supp. 1, (New York and Nassau—
Suffolk), April 1974 (1974).
Spokane, W ashington, M etropolitan Area,
June 1973 (1973). Supp. 1, June 1974 (1974).
Phoenix, Arizona, M etropolitan Area, June
1973 (1973). Supp. 1, June 1974 (1974).
Selected M etropolitan Areas, 1972-73 (1974).
M etropolitan Areas, United States and Regional
Summaries, 1972-73 (1975).
Productivity: A Selected, Annotated Bibliog­
raphy, 1965-71 (1973).
Analysis of Work Stoppages, 1971 (1973).
Industry Wage Survey: Contract Cleaning Ser­
vices, July 1971 (1973).
Productivity and the Economy, Revised 1973
Edition (1973).
See annotation for Bull. 1926.
Indexes of O utput Per M an-Hour, Selected In ­
dustries, 1973 Edition (1973).
Employment of Scientists and Engineers, 195070 (1973).
U nion Wages and Hours: Local-Transit O per­
ating Employees, July 1, 1972 (1973).
Industry Wage Survey: W omen’s and Misses’
Dresses, August 1971 (1973).
Characteristics of Agreements Covering 1,000

Workers or More, July 1, 1972 (1973).
Occupational Outlook Handbook, 1974-75
Edition (1974).
See annotation for Bull. 1955. (Reprints of in ­
dividual occupations and industries covered in
the 1974-75 Edition are published in the Oc­
cupational O utlook Reprint Series, Bulls.
1785-1 to 1785-152.)
1786 Occupational O utlook for College Graduates,
1974-75 Edition (1974).
See annotation for Bull. 1956.
1787 Wage Chronology: Ford Motor Company, June
1941-September 1973 (1973). Supp., October
1973-September 1976 (1975).
1788 Wage Chronology: International Paper Co.,
Southern Kraft Division, December 1937-May
1973 (1973). Supp., The International Paper
Co., Southern Kraft Division, and the Paper-

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workers and the Electrical Workers (IBEW),
June 1973-May 1977 (1976).
Collective Bargaining Agreements in the Fed­
eral Service, Late 1971 (1973).
Handbook of Labor Statistics 1973 (1973).
See annotation for Bull. 1865.
Industry Wage Survey: Life Insurance, Decem­
ber 1971 (1973).
Industry Wage Survey: Footwear, March 1971
(1973).
Industry Wage Survey: Wood Household Furni­
ture, Except Upholstered, October 1971 (1973).
Industry Wage Survey: M en’s and Boys’ Shirts
(Except Work Shirts) and Nightwear, October
1971 (1973).
Area Wage Surveys:
B in g h a m to n , New Y ork—P e n n sy lv a n ia ,
M etropolitan Area, July 1973 (1973). Supp. 1,
July 1974 (1974).
M e lb o u rn e —T i t u s v i l l e —C o co a, F lo rid a ,
M etropolitan Area, August 1973 (1973).

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Scranton, Pennsylvania, M etropolitan Area,
July 1973 (1973).
Kansas City, M issouri—Kansas, M etropolitan
Area, September 1973 (1974). Supp. 1, Septem­
ber 1974 (1975).
Waterloo, Iowa, M etropolitan Area, November
1973 (1974).
Portland, Maine, M etropolitan Area, November
1973 (1974). Supp. 1, November 1974 (1975).
Raleigh, North Carolina, M etropolitan Area,
December 1973 (1974). Supp. 1, (Raleigh—
Durham), February 1975 (1975).
Jacksonville, Florida, M etropolitan Area, De­
cember 1973 (1974). Supp. 1, December 1974
(1975).
Durham, North Carolina, M etropolitan Area,
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Durham), February 1975 (1975).
Akron, Ohio, M etropolitan Area, December
1973 (1974). Supp. 1, December 1974 (1975).
Memphis, Tennessee—Arkansas—Mississippi,
M etropolitan Area, November 1973 (1974).
Supp. L. November 1974 (1975).
Jackson, Mississippi, M etropolitan Area, Ja n ­
uary 1974 (1975). Supp. 1, February 1975 (1975).
Huntsville, Alabama, M etropolitan Area, Feb­
ruary 1974(1974). Supp. 1, February 1975 (1975).
Davenport—Rock Island—Moline, Iowa—
Illinois, M etropolitan Area, February. 1974
(1974) . Supp. 1, February 1975 (1975).
New Orleans, Louisiana, M etropolitan Area,
January 1974 (1974). Supp. 1, January 1975
(1975) .
Cincinnati, O hio—Kentucky—Indiana, Metro­
politan Area, February 1974 (1974). Supp. 1,
February 1975 (1975).
Seattle—Everett, W ashington, M etropolitan
Area, January 1974 (1974). Supp. 1, January
1975 (1975).
South Bend, Indiana, M etropolitan Area,
March 1974 (1974). Supp. 1, March 1975 (1975).
P h ilad elp h ia, Pennsylvania—New Jersey,
M etropolitan Area, November 1973 (1974).
Supp. 1, November 1974 (1975),
Wichita, Kansas, M etropolitan Area, April 1974
(1974). Supp. 1, April 1975 (1975).
San Antonio, Texas, M etropolitan Area, May
1974 (1974).
Houston, Texas, M etropolitan Area, April 1974
(1974). Supp. 1, April 1975 (1975).
Canton, Ohio, M etropolitan Area, May 1974
(1974). Supp. 1, May 1975 (1975).
Providence—Warwick—Pawtucket, Rhode Is­
land—Massachusetts, M etropolitan Area, May
1974 (1974).
Richmond, Virginia, M etropolitan Area, March
1974 (1974).
Portland, Oregon—W ashington, M etropolitan
Area, May 1974 (1974).
Chicago, Illinois, M etropolitan Area, May 1974
(1974).
Selected M etropolitan Areas, 1973-74 (1975).
M etropolitan Areas, United States and Regional
Summaries, 1973-74 (1976).
Industry Wage Survey: Cigar M anufacturing,
March 1972 (1973).
Industry Wage Survey: Crude Petroleum and
Natural Gas Production, August 1972 (1973).
Occupational Injuries and Illnesses by Industry,
July 1-December 31, 1971 (1973).
Wage Chronology: Bituminous Coal Mine
Operators and United Mine Workers of
America, October 1933-November 1974 (1973).
Supp., 1974-77 (1977).

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Wage Chronology: Massachusetts Shoe M an­
ufacturers and United Shoe Workers of America
(A FL-C IO ), J a n u a ry 1945-January 1975
(1973) . S upp.,1975-77 (1976).
Industry Wage Survey: Textiles, August 1971
(1974) .
U nion Wages and Hours: Local Truckdrivers
and Helpers, July 1, 1972 (1973).
Industry Wage Survey: Flour and Other Grain
Mill Products, May 1972 (1973).
National Survey of Professional, Adm inistra­
tive, Technical, and Clerical Pay, March 1973
(1973) .
See annotation for Bull. 1980.
Industry Wage Survey: Com m unications, 1971
(1974) .
U nion Wages and Hours: Printing Industry,
July 1, 1972 (1974).
U nion Wages and Hours: Building Trades, July
1, 1972 (1974).
Wage Chronology: Commonwealth Edison
Company of Chicago and International
Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, October
1945-March 1974 (1974). Supp., Com m on­
wealth Edison Co. and the Electrical Workers
(IBEW), 1974-77 (1976).
T he U.S. Economy in 1985: A Summary of BLS
Projections (1974).
Wage Calendar, 1974 (1974).
See annotation for Bull. 1943.
Productivity: An International Perspective
(1974).
Presents 32 charts and accompanying tex t
com paring productivity trends, levels, and re­
lated factors for selected countries.
Wage Chronology: American Telephone and
Telegraph Com pany—Long Lines Depart­
ment, and Com m unications Workers of Amer­
ica (AFL-CIO), October 1940-July 1974 (1974).
Supp., July 1974-August 1977 (1976).
Analysis of Work Stoppages, 1972 (1974).
Wage Chronology: United States Steel Corpora­
tion and United Steelworkers of America
(AFL-CIO), March 1937-April 1974 (1974).
Supp., May 1974-Juiy 1977 (1975).
Wage Chronology: A lum inum Co. of America
with United Steelworkers of America and Alum ­
inum Workers International Union, November
1939-January 1974 (1974). Supp.,February
1974-May 1977 (1975).
Occupational Supply: Concepts and Sources of
Data for Manpower Analysis (1974).
Technological Change and Manpower Trends
in Six Industries: Textile Mill Products, L um ­
ber and Wood Products, Tires, Alum inum ,
Banking, and Health Services (1974).
U nion Wages and Hours: Local-Transit Oper­




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ating Employees, July 1, 1973 (1974).
Characteristics of Construction Agreements,
1972-73 (1974).
Industry Wage Survey: Metal M ining, Septem­
ber 1972 (1974).
Labor and Material Requirements for Public
H ousing Construction, 1968 (1974).
Characteristics of Agreements Covering 1,000
Workers or More, July 1, 1973 (1974).
Rent or Buy? Evaluating Alternatives in the
Shelter Market (1974).
Describes a 6-step procedure and provides
examples and worksheets for analyzing the fi­
nancial costs and benefits of ow ning a home
compared to renting.
Occupational M anpower and T rain in g Needs,
Revised 1974 (1974).
H andbook of Labor Statistics, 1974 (1974).
See annotation for Bull. 1865.
Com puter M anpower O utlook (1974).
Indexes of O utput Per M an-Hour, Selected In ­
dustries, 1974 Edition (1974).
Industry Wage Survey: Com m unications, 1972
(1974).
Industry Wage Survey: Hospitals, August 1972
(1974).
Occupational Injuries and Illnesses by Industry,
1972 (1974).
The Structure of the U.S. Economy in 1980 and
1985 (1975).
Projections of gross national product; its in ­
come and demand composition; input-output
relations: and output, productivity, and em ­
ployment in 129 industries.
Factbook for Estim ating the M anpower Needs
of Federal Programs (1975).
Contains sets of “manpower factors’’ which
show the am ount of employment, by industry
and occupation, generated by $1 billion of Fed­
eral outlays in a recent period, and shows how to
apply these factors to obtain rough estimates of
a program ’s future employment requirements.
Grievance and Arbitration Procedures in State
and Local Agreements (1975).
Industry Wage Survey: Electric and Gas U til­
ities, November 1972 (1975).
Industry Wage Survey: Leather T anning and
Finishing, March 1973 (1975).
Impact of Federal Pollution Control and Abate­
m ent Expenditures on Manpower Require­
ments (1975).
National Survey of Prefessional, Adm inistra­
tive, Technical, and Clerical Pay, March 1974
(1974).
See annotation for Bull. 1980.
Industry Wage Survey: Appliance Repair
Shops, September 1972 (1975).

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Industry Wage Survey: Basic Iron and Steel,
September 1972 (1975).
U nion Wages and Hours: Local Truckdrivers

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San Diego, California, M etropolitan Area, N o­
vember 1974 (1975).
-14 Dayton, Ohio, M etropolitan Area, December
1974 (1975).
-15 Denver—Boulder, Colorado, M etropolitan
Area, December 1974 (1975).
-16 Saginaw, M ichigan, M etropolitan Area, N o­
vember 1974 (1975).
-17 Cleveland, Ohio, M etropolitan Area, September
1974 (1975).
-18 Newark, New Jersey, M etropolitan Area, Ja n ­

and H l e s July 1 1973 (1975).
epr,
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U nion Wages and Hours: Building Trades, July
1, 1973 (1975).
Annual Earnings and Employment Patterns of
Private Nonagricultur£l Employees, 1970
(1975).
Industry Wage Survey: M en’s and Boys’ Suits
and Coats, April 1973 (1975).
Industry Wage Survey: Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills, November 1972 (1975).
Wage Chronology: New York City Laundries
and the Clothing Workers, November 1945November 1975 (1975). Supp. 1975-78 (1977).
The Revised Workweek: Results of a Pilot Study
of 16 Firms (1975).
A study of the objectives and methods of intro­
duction of 3-or4-day workweeks and their ef­
fects on productivity, absenteeism, plant u til­
ization, and morale. Also evaluates the avail­
ability of data and the feasibility of futher re­
search on the effects of new workweek schedules.
Work Stoppages in Contract Construction,
1962-73 (1975).
U nion Wages and Hours: Grocery Stores, July
1, 1973 (1975).
Wage Chronology: Berkshire Hathaway, Inc.,
and the Textile Workers, June 1943-April 1975
(1975). S upp.,1975-78 (1977).
Area Wage Surveys:
Daytona Beach, Florida, M etropolitan Area,
August 1974 (1974).
G reensboro—W inston-S alem —H igh Point,
North Carolina, M etropolitan Area, August
1974 (1974).
Corpus Christi, Texas, M etropolitan Area, July
1974 (1974).
Syracuse, New York, M etropolitan Area, July
1974 (1974).
M e lb o u rn e —T i t u s v i l l e —C o co a, F lo rid a ,
M etropolitan Area, August 1974 (1975).
Billings, M ontana, M etropolitan Area, July
1974 (1975).
Oklahom a City, Oklahom a, M etropolitan Area,
August 1974 (1975).
Northeast Pennsylvania M etropolitan Area,
August 1974 (1975).
Anaheim —Santa Ana—Garden Grove, Cal­
ifornia, M etropolitan Area, October 1974 (1975).
Om aha, Nebraska—Iowa, M etropolitan Area,
October 1974 (1975).
Gainesville, Florida, M etropolitan Area, Sep­
tember 1974 (1975).
Louisville, Kentucky—Indiana, M etropolitan
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uary 1975 (1975).
Sacramento, California, M etropolitan Area,
December 1974 (1975).
M inneapolis—St.Paul,M innesota—Wisconsin,
M etropolitan Area, January 1975 (1975).
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, M etropolitan Area,
April 1975 (1975).
Detroit, Michigan, M etropolitan Area, March
1975 (1975).
San Antonio, Texas, Metropolitan Area, May
1975 (1975).
Worcester, Massachusetts, M etropolitan Area,
May, 1975 (1975).
Atlanta, Georgia, M etropolitan Area, May 1975
(1975).
Fort Lauderdale—Hollywood and West Palm
Beach—Boca Raton, Florida, M etropolitan
Area, April 1975 (1975).
P ro v id e n c e —W arw ick —P aw tu ck et, R hode
Island—Massachusetts, M etropolitan Area,
June 1975 (1975).
Hartford, Connecticut, M etropolitan Area,
March 1975 (1975).
Norfolk—Virginia Beach—Portsm outh, Vir­
ginia—North Carolina, M etropolitan Area,
May 1975 (1975).
Norfolk—Virginia Beach—Portsm outh and
Newport News—H am pton, Virginia—North
Carolina, M etropolitan Areas, May 1975 (1975).
W a sh in g to n , D .C .—M a ry la n d —V irg in ia ,
M etropolitan Area, March 1975 (1975).
York, Pennsylvania, M etropolitan Area, Feb­
ruary 1975 (1975).
Chicago, Illinois, M etropolitan Area, May 1975
(1975).
Toledo, O hio—M ichigan, M etropolitan Area,
May 1975 (1975).
San Francisco—Oakland, California, Metro­
politan Area, March 1975 (1975).
San Jose, California, M etropolitan Area, March
1975 (1975).
Corpus Christi, Texas,M etropolitan Area, July
1975 (1975).
P a te rs o n —C lifto n — Passaic, New Jersey,
M etropolitan Area, June 1975 (1975).
Nassau—Suffolk, New York, M etropolitan

1850 Area Wage Surveys—Continued
Area, June 1975 (1975).
-40 Portland, Oregon—W ashington, M etropolitan
Area, May 1975 (1975).
-41 Richmond, Virginia, M etropolitan Area, June
1975 (1975).
-42 Greenville— Spartanburg, South Carolina,
M etropolitan Area, June 1975 (1975).
-43 Syracuse, New York, M etropolitan Area, July
1975 (1975).
-44 Green Bay, Wisconsin, M etropolitan Area, July
1975 (1975).
-45 New York, New York—New Jersey,M etropoli­
tan Area, May 1975 (1975).
-46 Billings, Montana, M etropolitan Area, July
1975 0975).
-47 Daytona Beach, Florida, M etropolitan Area,
August 1975 (1975).
-48 Utica—Rome, New York, M etropolitan Area,
July 1975 (1975).
-49 G reensboro—W inston-Salem —H igh P oint,
North Carolina, M etropolitan Area, August
1975 (1975).
-50 Binghamton, New York—Pennsylvania, Metro­
politan Area, July 1975 (1975).
-51 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, M etropolitan Area,
August 1975 (1975).
-52 Northeast Pennsylvania M etropolitan Area,
August 1975 (1975).
-53 Westchester County, New York, May 1975
(1975).
-54 M e lb o u rn e —T i t u s v i l l e —C o co a, F lo rid a ,
M etropolitan Area, August 1975 (1975).
-55 Kansas City, M issouru—Kansas, M etropolitan
Area, September 1975 (1975).
-56 Omaha, Nebraska—Iowa, M etropolitan Area,
October 1975 (1975).
-57 Gainsville, Florida, M etropolitan Area, Sep­
tember 1975 (1976).
-58 Boston, Massachusetts, M etropolitan Area,
August 1975 (1976).
-59 Dallas—Fort Worth, Texas, M etropolitan Area,
October 1975 (1976).
-60 Trenton, New Jersey, M etropolitan Area, Sep­
tember 1975 (1976).
-61 Fresno, California, M etropolitan Area, June
1975 (1975).
-62 Baltimore, Maryland, M etropolitan Area, Aug­
ust 1975 (1976).
-63 A lb a n y —S chenectady—T ro y , New York,
M etropolitan Area, September 1975 (1976).
-64 Cleveland, Ohio, M etropolitan Area, September
1975 (1976).
-65 P h ilad elp h ia, Pennsylvania-r-N ew Jersey,
M etropolitan Area, November 1975 (1976).
-66 Indianapolis, Indiana, M etropolitan Area,
October 1975 (1976).



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Chattanooga, Tennessee—Georgia, M etropoli­
tan Area, September 1975 (1976).
Poughkeepsie—Kingston—Newburgh,
New
York, M etropolitan Area, June 1975 (1976).
Buffalo, New York, M etropolitan Area, October
1975 (1976).
Poughkeepsie, New York, M etropolitan Area,
June 1975 (1976).
Saginaw, Michigan, M etropolitan Area, No­
vember 1975 (1976).
Portland, Maine, M etropolitan Area, November
1975 (1976).
Dayton, Ohio, M etropolitan Area, December
1975 (1976).
Salt Lake City—Ogden, Utah, M etropolitan
Area, November 1975 (1976).
Anaheim —Santa Ana—Garden Grove, Cali­
fornia, M etropolitan Area, October 1975 (1976).
Miami, Florida, M etropolitan Area, October
1975 (1976).
San Diego, California, M etropolitan Area, No­
vember 1975 (1976).
Columbus, Ohio, M etropolitan Area, October
1975 (1976).
Louisville, Kentucky—Indiana, M etropolitan
Area, November 1975 (1976).
Akron, Ohio, M etropolitan Area, December
1975 (1976).
Jackonsville, Florida, M etropolitan Area, De­
cember 1975 (1976).
Denver—Boulder, Colorado, M etropolitan
Area, December 1975 (1976).
Austin, Texas, M etropolitan Area, December
1975 (1976).
Lexington—Fayette, Kentucky, M etropolitan
Area, November 1975 (1976).
Memphis, Tennessee—Arkansas—Mississippi,
M etropolitan Area, November 1975 (1976).
Los Angeles—Long Beach, California, M etro­
politan Area, October 1975 (1976).
Sacramento, California, M etropolitan Area,
December 1975 (1976).
Selected M etropolitan Areas, 1975 (1977).
M etropolitan Areas, United States and Regional
Summaries, 1975 (1977).
Expenditures and M anpower Requirements for
Selected Federal Programs (1975).
One of a series of studies presenting estimates
of labor requirements, by industry and occupa­
tion, generated by Federal expenditures. Study
covers five programs selected to be broadly rep­
resentative of different types of Federal expendi­
tures: The Veterans Adm inistration health care
program, the National Institutes of Health,
the manpower institutional training program,
the National Aeronautics and Space Adm inis­
tration, and the Space Shuttle program.

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Library Manpower: A Study of Demand and
Supply (1975).

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Industry Wage Survey: Contract Construc­
tion, September 1972 (1975).
Industry Wage Survey: Communications, 1973
(1975).
Industry Wage Survey: Nursing Homes and
Related Facilities, May 1973 (1975).
Technological Change and Manpower Trends
in Five Industries: Pulp and Paper, Hydraulic
.Cement, Steel, Aircraft and Missiles, Wholesale
Trade (1975).
Union Wages and Hours: Printing Industry,
July 1, 1973 (1975).
Wages and Demographic Characteristics in the
Work Clothing M anufacturing Industry, March
1972 (1975).
Pilot study designed prim arily to test feasi­
bility of collecting employee job and demo­
graphic characteristics data (sex, age, race,
educational status, family position, for the
United States as a whole and for the South) par­
ticularly in industries paying significant num ­
bers of employees hourly rates at or near the
Federal m inim um wage.
Industry Wage Survey: Machinery Manufac­
turing, February 1973 (1975).
Ph.D. Manpower: Employment, Demand, and
Supply, 1972-85 (1975).
Characteristics of Agreements in State and
Local Governments, January 1, 1974 (1975).
Industry Wage Survey: Banking, AugustNovember 1973 (1975).
Industry Wage Survey: Hosiery, September 1973
(1975).
Contract Clauses in Construction Agreements
(1975).
Handbook of Labor Statistics 1975—Reference
Edition (1975).
Contains complete historical data for the
major series produced by the Bureau of Labor
Statistics, beginning with the earliest reliable
and consistent data and running through calen­
dar year 1974. Includes technical notes.
Wage Chronology: Bethlehem Steel Corpora­
tion [Shipbuilding Department] and the
IUMSW, June 1941-August 1975 (1975). Supp.,
Bethlehem Steel Corporation (Shipbuilding
Department) and the Marine and Shipbuilding
Workers, 1975-78 (1977).
Union Wages and Hours: Local-Transit Opera­
ting Employees, July 1, 1974 (1975).
Monthly Labor Review Reader (1975).
A selection of 55 articles from the Monthly
Labor Review from 1969 to 1975 which reflect
1) economic or social policy issues, 2) progress
in the development of statistical concepts and

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m ethodology, or 3) statistical practices of
other countries.
Industry W age Survey: Departm ent Stores,
September 1973 (1975).
W age Chronology: Federal Em ployees Under
the General Schedule Pay System, July 1924October 1974 (1975). Supp., 1975 (1976).
Industry W age Survey: Fluid M ilk, OctoberNovem ber 1973 (1975).
W age Calendar, 1975 (1975).
See annotation for Bull. 1943.
Em ployee C om pensation in the Private N o n ­
farm Econom y, 1972 (1975).
O ccupational Injuries and Illnesses in the
U nited States, by Industry, 1973 (1975).
O ccupational O utlook H andbook, 1976-77
Edition (1976).

See annotation for Bull. 1955. (Reprints of
individual occupations and industries covered
in the 1976-77 Edition are published in the
Occupational Outlook Reprint Series, Bulls.
1875-1 to 1875-155.)
Industry Wage Survey: Auto Dealer Repair
Shops, June 1973 (1975).
Analysis of Work Stoppages, 1973 (1975).
Occupational Outlook for College Graduates,
1976-77 Edition (1977).
See annotation for Bull. 1956.
Directory of Data Sources on Racial and Ethnic
Minorities (1975).
U.S. W orking Women: A Chartbook (1975).
U n io n W ages and Hours: P rinting Industry,
July 1, 1974 (1975).
U n ion W ages and Hours: Local Truckdrivers
and H elpers, July 1, 1974.

Industry Wage Survey: Hotels and Motels, June
1973 (1975).
Wage Chronology: Martin Marietta Aerospace
and the Auto Workers, March 1944-November
1975 (1976). Supp., 1975-78 (1977).
Collective Barganining Agreements for Police
and Firefighters (1976).
Jobseeking Methods Used by American Work­
ers (1975).
Wage Chronology: International Havester Co.
and the Auto Workers, February 1946-September 1976 (1976).
Characteristics of Major Collective Bargaining
Agreements, July 1, 1974 (1975).
Union Wage and Hours: Building Trades, July
1, 1974 (1975).
Productivity Indexes for Selected Industries,
1975 Edition (1976).
National Survey of Professional, Administra­
tive, Technical, and Clerical Pay, March 1975
(1975).
See annotation for Bull. 1980.

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Labor and Material Requirements for Private
M ultifamily H ousing Construction (1976).
Wage Chronology: Rockwell International
(Electronics, North American Aircraft/Space
Operations) and the UAW, May 1941-Sep­
tember 1977 (1976).
Industry Wage Survey: Iron and Steel Found­
ries, November 1973 (1976).
Wage Chronology: T he Boeing Co. (W ashing­
ton Plants) and International Association of
Machinists, June 1936-October 1977 (1976).
Industry Wage Survey: Meat Products, March
1974 (1976).
The Hourly Earnings Index, 1964-August 1975
(1976).
Wage Calendar, 1976 (1976).
See annotation for Bull. 1943.
State Government Employee Compensation,
1972 (1976).
Area Wage Surveys:
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, M etropolitan Area,
January 1976 (1976).
New Orleans, Louisiana, M etropolitan Area,
January 1976 (1976).
M inneapolis—St. Paul, M innesota—Wiscon­
sin, M etropolitan Area, January 1976 (1976).
York, Pennsylvania, M etropolitan Area, Feb­
ruary 1976 (1976).
South Bend, Indiana, M etropolitan Area, March
1976 (1976).
Seattle-Everett, W ashington, M etropolitan
Area, January 1976 (1976).
Cincinnati, O hio—Kentucky—Indiana, Metro­
politan Area, March 1976 (1976).
Jackson, Mississippi, M etropolitan Area, Feb­
ruary 1976 (1976).
San Francisco—Oakland, California, Metropo­
litan Area, March 1976 (1976).
Newark, New Jersey, M etropolitan Area, J a n ­
uary 1976 (1976).
Birmingham, Alabama, Metropolitan Area,
March 1976 (1976).
Washington, D.C.—M aryland—Virginia, Met­
ropolitan Area, March 1976 (1976).
San Jose, California, M etropolitan Area, March
1976 (1976).
Hartford, Connecticut, M etropolitan Area,
March 1976 (1976).
Detroit, Michigan, M etropolitan Area, April
1976 (1976).
Worcester, Massachusetts, M etropolitan Area,
February 1976 (1976).
Huntsville, Alabama, M etropolitan Area, April
1976 (1976).
Raleigh—Durham, North Carolina, Metropol­
itan Area, February 1976 (1976).
St. Louis, Missouri—Illinois, Metropolitan




Area, March 1976(1976).
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Fort Lauderdale— H o llyw ood and West Palm
Beach— Boca R aton, Florida, M etropolitan
Areas, April 1976 (1976).
W ichita, Kansas, M etropolitan Area, April 1976
(1976).
M ilw aukee, W isconsin, M etropolitan Area,
April 1976 (1976).
San A ntonio, T exas, M etropolitan Area, May
1976 (1976).
T oled o, O h io — M ichigan, M etropolitan Area,
May 1976 (1976).
D avenport— Rock Island—M oline, Iow a—I lli­
nois, M etropolitan Area, February 1976 (1976).
H ouston, T exas, M etropolitan Area, April 1976
(1976).
N orfolk— V irginia Beach— Portsm outh, V ir­
g in ia - N o r t h C arolina, M etropolitan Area,
May 1976 (1976).
C anton, O h io, M etropolitan Area, May 1976
(1976).
Fresno, C alifornia, M etropolitan Area, June
1976 (1976).
Atlanta, G eorgia, M etropolitan Area, May 1976
(1976).

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P ro v id e n c e —W arw ick —P aw tu ck et, R hode
Island—Massachusetts, M etropolitan Area,
June 1976 (1976).

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C hicago, Illin ois, M etropolitan Area, May 1976
(1976).
N orfolk— V irginia Beach— Portsm outh and
N ew port N ew s— H am p ton , V irgin ia— N orth
C arolina, M etropolitan Areas, May 1976(1976).
R ichm ond, V irginia, M etropolitan Area, June
1976 (1976).
N assau-Suffolk, N ew York, M etropolitan
Area, June 1976 (1976).

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Greenville—Spartanburg, South Carolina,
M etropolitan Area, June 1976 (1976).
Green Bay, Wisconsin, M etropolitan Area, July
1976 (1976).
Paterson—Clifton—Passaic, New Je rsey, Met­
ropolitan Area, June 1976(1976).
Billings, Montana, M etropolitan Area, July
1976 (1976).
Stamford, Connecticut, M etropolitan Area, May
1976 (1976).
Corpus Christi, Texas, Metropolitan Area, July
1976 (1976).
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, M etropolitan Area,
August 1976 (1976).
Northeast Pennsylvania M etropolitan Area,
August 1976 (1976).
Syracuse, New York, M etropolitan Area, July
1976 (1976).
Daytona Beach, Florida, M etropolitan Area,
August 1976 (1976).

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-46 Westchester County, New York, May 1976
(1976).
-47 G reensboro—W inston-Salem —H igh P oint,
North Carolina, M etropolitan Area, August
1976 (1976).
-48 New York, New York—New Jersey, Metro­
politan Area, May 1976 (1976).
-49 Binghamton, New York—Pennsylvania, Metro­
politan Area, July 1976 (1976).
-50 Poughkeepsie, New York, M etropolitan Area,
June 1976 (1976).
-51 Portland, Oregon—W ashington, M etropolitan
Area, July 1976 (1976).
-52 Baltimore, Maryland, M etropolitan Area,
August 1976 (1976).
-53 Boston, Massachusetts, M etropolitan Area,
August 1976 (1976).
-54 Gainsville, Florida, M etropolitan Area, Sep­
tember 1976 (1976).
-55 Poughkeepsie—Kingston—Newburgh,
New
York, M etropolitan Area, June 1976 (1976).
-56 Trenton, New Jersey, M etropolitan Area, Sep­
tember 1976 (1977).
-57 Chattanooga, Tennessee—Georgia, Metro­
politan Area, September 1976 (1977).
-58 Indianapolis, Indiana, M etropolitan Area, Oc­
tober 1976 (1977).
-59 A lb an y —S chenectady—T roy, New York,
M etropolitan Area, September 1976 (1977).
-60 Kansas City, Missouri—Kansas, M etropol­
itan Area, September 1976 (1977).
-61 Omaha, Nebraska—Iowa, M etropolitan Area,
October 1976 (1977).
-62 Cleveland, Ohio, M etropolitan Area, Septem­
ber 1976.(1977),
-63 Dallas—Fort Worth, Texas, M etropolitan Area,
October 1976 (1977).
-64 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania—New Jersey, Met­
ropolitan Area, November 1976 (1977).
-65 Salt Lake City—Odgen, Utah, M etropolitan
Area, November 1976 (1977).
-66 Miami, Florida, M etropolitan Area, October
1976 (1977).
-67 Anaheim—Santa Ana—Garden Grove, Cali­
fornia, M etropolitan Area, October 1976 (1977).
-68 Columbus, Ohio, M etropolitan Area, October
1976 (1977).
-69 Louisville, Kentucky—Indiana, M etropolitan
Area, November 1976 (1977).
-70 Buffalo, New York, M etropolitan Area, October
1976 (1977).
-71 Sacramento, California, M etropolitan Area,
December 1976 (1977).
-72 Portland, Maine, M etropolitan Area, December
1976 (1977).
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Area, December 1976 (1977).
Saginaw , M ichigan, M etropolitan Area, N o ­
vember 1976 (1977).
M em phis, T ennessee—Arkansas—M ississippi,
M etropolitan Area, Novem ber 1976 (1977).
Akron, O h io, M etropolitan Area, December
1976 (1977).
L os A ngeles— L on g Beach, C alifornia, Metro­
politan Area, October 1976 (1977).
Dayton, O h io, M etropolitan Area, December
1976 (1977).
San D iego, C alifornia, M etropolitan Area,
N ovem ber 1976 (1977).
Jacksonville, Florida, M etropolitan Area,
December 1976 (1977).

Industry Wage Survey: Men’s and Boys’ Shirts
(except Work Shirts) and Nightwear, June 1974
(1976).
Analysis of Work Stoppages, 1974 (1976).
Union Wages and Hours: Local-Transit O per­
ating Ernployees, July 1, 1975 (1976).
Wage Chronology: Lockheed-California Com­
pany (Div. of Lockheed Aircraft Corp.) and
M achinists’ Union, March 1937-October 1977
(1976).
Handbook of Labor Statistics 1976 (1976).
Supplements Bull. 1865 by providing data for
1967 through 1975 for the major series produced
by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Includes
technical notes.
Industry Wage Survey: Men’s and Boys’ Sepa­
rate Trousers, June 1974 (1976).
Union Wage and Hours: Building Trades, July
1, 1975 (1976).
Industry Wage Survey: W omen’s and Misses’
Dresses, August 1974 (1976).
Industry Wage Survey: Communications,
October-December 1974 (1976).
BLS Handbook of Methods for Surveys and
Studies (1976).
Contains 33 chapters covering the major sta­
tistical programs of the Bureau of Labor Statis­
tics. Each chapter provides a brief account of the
development of the series, a description of the
data, methods of collection, statistical proce­
dures, and uses and limitations. Appendixes
discuss the BLS seasonal factor method and
industrial and geographical classification of
data.
Industry Wage Survey: Contract Construction,
September 1973 (1976).
Industry Wage Survey: Motor Vehicles and
Parts, 1973-74 (1976).
Union Wages and Hours: Printing Industry,
July 1, 1975 (1976).
Industry Wage Survey: Miscellaneous Plastics,
September 1974 (1976).

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W age C hronology: 1941-77, A tlantic R ichfield
and the O il Workers (Former Sinclair O il
Facilities) (1976). Supp., 1977-79 (1977).
1916 Industry W age Survey: Contract C lean in g Ser­
vices, July 1974 (1976).
1917 U n io n W ages and Hours: L ocal Truckdrivers
and H elpers, July 1, 1975 (1976).
1918 O ccupational Projections and T ra in in g Data
(1976).
1919 U .S. Workers and T h eir Jobs: T h e C h a n gin g
Picture (1976).
C ontains 16 color charts w h ich illustrate
patterns of change in the Am erican econom y
and labor force. Prepared to mark the N a tio n ’s
b icentennial.
1920 C ollective B argaining Agreem ents for State and
C ounty G overnm ent Em ployees (1976).

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1933
1934
1935

Industry Wage Survey: Corrugated
Solid Fiber Boxes, March 1976 (1977).

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1939
1940
1941

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M onthly Labor R eview Index of V olum es 94-98,

January 1971-75 (1976).
Industry Wage Survey: Pressed or Blown Glass
and Glassware, May 1975 (1976).
Wage Chronology: EMC- Corp., Chemical
G roup—Fiber Division, and the TWUA, 194577 (1976).
Union Wages and Hours: Grocery Stores, July
1,1975(1976).
Productivity and the Economy (1977).
Presents charts and explanatory text on pro­
ductivity change and how it is r elated to changes
in costs, prices, and employment. Whenever
possible, comparisons are made with foreign
count ties.
Wage Chronology: Western Union Telegraph
Co. and the Telegraph Workers and the C om m u­
nications Workers, November 1943-July 1976
(1976).
Annual Earnings and Employment Patterns of
Private Nonagricultural Employees, 1971 and
1972(1976).
Industry Wage Survey: Machinery M anufactur­
ing. Winter 1974-75 (1977).
Industry Wage Survey: Wood Household
Furniture, November 1974 (1976).
National Survey of Professional, Adm inistra­
tive, Technical, and Clerical Pay, March 1976
(1976).
See annotation for Bull. 1980.
Occupational Injuries and Illnesses in the
United States, by Industry, 1974 (1976).
Productivity: A Selected, Annotated Biblio­
graphy, 1971-75 (1977).
Wage Chronology: Dan River, Inc., and the
Textile Workers (UTWA), 1943-76 (1976).
Industry Wage Survey: Fabricated Structural
Steel, November 1974 (1977).




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1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
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Industry Wage Survey: Appliance Repair,
November 1975 (1977).
Directory of National Unions and Employee
Associations, 1975 (1977).
A biennial directory providing data on
membership and characteristics of unions and
employee associations, including addresses,
names of major officers and officals, number of
locals, num ber of members, convention dates,
and publications. Includes a summary of signi­
ficant developments in organized labor during
1974-75.
Productivity Indexes for Selected Industries,
1976 Edition (1977).
Industry Wage Survey: Candy and Other C on­
fectionery Products, August 1975 (1977).
Analysis of Work Stoppages, 1975 (1977).
BLS Measures of Compensation (1977).
An introduction to the various BLS series on
employee compensation. Describes each set of
data, indicates the m anner in which it is de­
veloped, and points out its use and lim itations.
Illustrative statistics and a summary table com ­
paring the series supplem ent the discussion.
Industry Wage Survey: Structural Clay Prod­
ucts, September 1975 (1977).
Wage Calendar, 1977 (1977).
An annual summary of expirations, reopen­
ings, and wage-adjustment provisions of collec­
tive bargaining agreements covering 1,000
workers or more. Data are tabulated for the
coming year by m onth and industry.
Industry Wage Survey: Cigarette M anufactur­
ing, May 1976 (1977).
Industry Wage Survey: Textiles, May 1975
(1977).
Industry Wage Survey: Footwear, April 1975
(1977).
Characteristics of Agreements in State and Local
Governments, July 1, 1975 (1977).
Industry Wage Survey: Petroleum Refining,
April 1976 (1977).
Industry Wage Survey: Hospitals, August 1975January 1976 (1977).
Area Wage Surveys: (published in 1977)
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, M etropolitan Area,
January 1977.
Jackson, Mississippi, Metropolitan Area,
January 1977.
M inneapolis—St. Paul, M innesota—Wiscon­
sin, M etropolitan Area, January 1977.
Huntsville, Alabama, M etropolitan Area,
February 1977.
New Orleans, Louisiana, M etropolitan Area,
January 1977.
York, Pennsylvania, M etropolitan Area, Feb­
ruary 1977.

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Area W age Surveys— C ontinued
Newark, N ew Jersey, M etropolitan Area, Jan u ­
ary 1977.
B irm ingham , A labam a, M etropolitan Area,
March 1977.
Hartford, C onnecticut, M etropolitan Area,
March 1977.

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M etropolitan Area, March 1977.

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Seattle—Everett, W ashington, M etropolitan
Area, January 1977.
Detroit, Michigan, M etropolitan Area, March
1977.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, M etropolitan Area,
April 1977.
Worcester, Massachusetts, M etropolitan Area,
April 1977.
Wichita, Kansas, M etropolitan Area,April 1977.
Atlanta, Georgia, M etropolitan Area, May 1977.
Toledo, O hio—M ichigan, M etropolitan Area,
May 1977.
San Jose, California, M etropolitan Area, March
1977.
N o rfo lk — V irg in ia B each — P o r ts m o u th ,
Virginia—North C arolina, M etropolitan Area,
May 1977.
Norfolk—Virginia Beach—Portsm outh and
Newport News—H am pton, Virginia—North
Carolina, M etropolitan Areas, May 1977.

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Island—Massachusetts,
June 1977.
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1951

R ich m on d , V irginia, M etropolitan Area, June
1977.
San A n ton io, T exas, M etropolitan Area, May
1977.

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Poughkeepsie, New York, Metropolitan Area,
June 1977.

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D avenport— R ock Island— M oline, Iow a— Illi­
nois, M etropolitan Area, May 1977.

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Nassau—Suffolk, New York, Metropolitan
Area, June 1977.
Canton, Ohio, M etropolitan Area, May 1977.
San Franciso—Oakland, California, Metro­
politan Area, March 1977.
Fresno, California, M etropolitan Area, June
1977.
New York, New York—New Jersey, Metro­
politan Area, May 1977.
Portland, Oregon—W ashington, M etropolitan
Area, Mav 1977.
Greenville—Spartanburg, South Carolina,
M etropolitan Area, June 1977.
P aterso n — C lifto n — P assaic, New Jersey,
M etropolitan Area, June 1977.

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Corpus Christi, Texas, M etropolitan Area, July
1977.
Green Bay, Wisconsin, M etropolitan Area, July
1977.
Utica—Rome, New York, M etropolitan Area,
July 1977.
Northeast Pennsylvania M etropolitan Area,
August 1977.
Baltimore, Maryland, M etropolitan Area,
August 1977.
Billings, Montana, M etropolitan Area, July
1977.
Chicago, Illinois, M etropolitan Area, May 1977.
G reensboro—W inston-Salem —H igh Point,
North Carolina, M etropolitan Area, August
1977.
Daytona Beach, Florida, M etropolitan Area,
August 1977.
Chattanooga, Tennessee—Georgia, Metro­
politan Area, September 1977.
Cincinnati, O hio—Kentucky—Indiana, Metro­
politan Area, July 1977.
Gainesville, Florida, M etropolitan Area, Sep­
tember 1977.
Trenton, New Jersey, M etropolitan Area, Sep­
tember 1977.
Houston, Texas, M etropolitan Area, August
1977.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, M etropolitan Area,
August 1977.
Boston, Massachusetts, M etropolitan Area,
August 1977.
Industry Wage Survey: Scheduled Airlines,
August-November 1975 (1977).
Industry Wage Survey: Nonferrous Foundries,
May 1975 (1977).
Wage Chronology: The Anaconda Co. (Mon­
tana M ining Div.) and the Steelworkers, 1941-77
(1977).
Industry Wage Survey: Communications,
October-December 1975 (1977).
Occupational O utlook Handbook, 1978-79
Edition (1978).
Designed for use in vocational guidance and
eductional and economic planning, this edition
of the Handbook assesses the employment out­
look for several hundred occupations and 35
industries through the mid-1980’s. (Reprints of
occupations and industries covered are publish­
ed in the Occupatonal O utlook Reprint Series,
Bulls. 1955-1 to 1955-42.)
T om orrow ’s Jobs.
M etalworking Occupations.
Printing and Publishing Occupations.
Factory Production Occupations.
Clerical Occupations.
Office Machine and Com puter Occupations.

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R eprint S eries— C on tin u ed
B anking and Insurance O ccupations.
B usiness O ccupations.
Service O ccupations.
Food M erchandising O ccupations.
Protective and Related Service O ccupations.
Education and Related O ccupations.
Sales O ccupations.
C onstruction O ccu p ation s— Structural.
C onstruction O ccu p ation s— F in ish in g.
Air and Water T ransportation O ccupations.
R ailroad O ccupations.
D rivin g O ccupations.
E nvironm ental Scientists and Conservation
O ccupations.
-20 E ngineering and Related O ccupations.
-21 Physical and L ife Scientists.
-22 M athem atics and Related O ccupations.
-23 P u b lic U tilities O ccupations.
-24 M otor V ehicle and M achinery Repairers.
-25 M achine Repairers and Operators.
-26 Sm all Business O ccupations.
-27 H ealth Practitioners.
-28 H ealth O ccupations [I],
-29 H ealth O ccupations [II].
-30 Lawyers, City M anagers, and Social Science
O ccupations.
-31 C o u n selin g and Related O ccupations.
-32 Social Service O ccupations.
-33 Perform ing Arts and Entertainm ent-R elated
O ccupations.
-34 D esign O ccupations.
-35 C om m u n ication s-R elated O ccupations.
-36 A griculture and L o g g in g and Lum ber M ill
Products Industries.
-37 E nergy-Producing Industries.
-38 Petroleum R efin in g, Industrial C hem ical,
D rug, and Paper and A llied Products Industries.
-39 A lu m in u m , Iron and Steel, and Foundry
Industries.
-40 Aircraft, M issile, and Spacecraft; O ffice
M achine and Com puter; and M otor V ehicle and
E q u ip m en t M anufacturing Industries.
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and T ex tile M ill Products Industries.
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O ccupational O u tlook for C ollege Graduates,
1978-79 Edition (1978).
A guide to career op portunities in a broad
range of professional and related occupations
for w hich a college education is, or is becom ing,
the usual educational background for em p loy­
m ent. C ontains reprints of relevant o ccu p ation ­
al statements from Bull. 1955, a brief summary
of expected changes in the N a tio n ’s econom y
through the m id-1980’s, and an analysis of the
supply and dem and situation for college grad­




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1974
1975
1976

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uates over this period.
Characteristics of Major Collective Bargaining
Agreements, July 1, 1975 (1977).
Comparative Growth in M anufacturing Pro­
ductivity and Labor Costs in Selected Industri­
alized Countries (1977).
Consumer Expenditure Survey: Diary Survey,
July 1972-June 1974 (1977).
This 387-page bulletin presents detailed
expenditure and income data from the diary
component of the 1972-73 Concumer Expend­
iture Survey. In 129 tables, income and expend­
itures of families and single consumers are
classified by socioeconomic characteristics of
families to provide a comprehensive body of
information for a broad range of analytical
purposes.
Wage Chronology: Pacific M aritime Associa­
tion and the International Longshorem en’s and
W arehousemen’s Union, 1934-78 (1977).
Technological Change and its Labor Impact in
Five Industries: Apparel, Footwear, Motor
Vehicles, Railroads, Retail Trade (1977).
Industry Wage Survey M en’s and Boys’ Suits
and Coats, April 1976 (1977).
Employee Compensation in the Private N on­
farm Economy, 1974 (1977).
Industry Wage Survey: Nursing Homes and
Related Facilities, May 1976 (1977).
Who Are the Unemployed? A Chartbook (1977).
Handbook of Labor Statistics 1977 (1977).
Supplements Bull. 1865 by providing data for
1967 through 1976 for the major series produced
by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Includes
technical notes.
Industry Wage Survey: Textile Dyeing and
Finishing, June 1976 (1977).
Industry Wage Survey: Shipbuilding and
Repairing, September 1976 (1977).
Estim ating Price Trends of Industrial C oun­
tries’ Exports to OPEC (1977).
Workers of Spanish Origin: A Chartbook (1977).
Trabajadores de Origen Hispano: Libro de
Graficos (1977).
Spanish-language version of Bull. 1970.
Union Wages and Hours: Building Trades, July
1, 1976 (1977).
Industry Wage Survey: Paints and Varnishes,
November 1976 (1977).
Union Wages and Hours: Local-Transit O pera­
ting Employees, July 1, 1976 (1977).
Industry Wage Survey: Synthetic Fibers, August
1976 (1977).
Occupational T raining in Selected Metal­
working Industries, 1974: A Report on a Survey
of Selec ted Occupations (1977).
Also published as R8cD M onograph 53 of the

1977 Edition (1977).
Union Wages and Hours: Local Truckdrivers
and Helpers, July 1, 1976 (1978).
1985 Consumer Expenditure Survey: Interview
Survey, 1972-73: Annual Expenditures and
Sources of Income Cross-Classified by Family
Characteristics (1972 and 1973 Combined)
(1978).
Presents annual averages for over 50 items of
expenditure, summarizing all expenditure data
collected in the interview component of the
1972-73 Consumer Expenditure Survey. Also
presents annual averages for sources of income.
This bulletin is available only through the
National Technical Information Service, U.S.
Department of Commerce, on microfiche or in
printed copy.
1986 Union Wages and Hours: Printing Industry,
July 1, 1976 (1978).
1987 Industry Wage Survey: Hosiery, July 1976
(1977).

Employment and T raining Administration,
U.S. Department of Labor.
1977
1978
1979
1980

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1982

1983

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U.S. W orking W omen: A D atabook (1977).
Industry W age Survey: Industrial C hem icals,
June 1976 (1977).
International C om parisons of U n em p loym ent
(1978).
N ation al Survey of Professional, A dm inistra­
tive, T echnical, and Clerical Pay, March 1977
(1977) .
T h e results of this annual survey of salaries in
selected occupations in private industry are used
to help set pay levels for Federal w hite-collar
em ployees.
O ccupational Injuries and Illnesses in the
U nited States, by Industry, 1975 (1978).
W age C hronology: Pacific Coast S h ip b u ild in g
A ssociation and Various U n ion s, 1941-77
(1978) .
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401
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404
405
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409
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411

Labor Law and Practice in Venezuela (1972).
Labor Law and Practice in Norway (1972).
Characteristics of Workers in Large States
and SMSA’s, 1970 (1971).
Injury Rates by Industry, 1969 (1971).
Labor Law and Practice in Denmark (1972).
Employment in Perspective: The Negro
Employment Situation (1971).
Labor Law and Practice in Uruguay (1972).
Labor Law and Practice in the Republic of
Zaire (1972).
The Social and Economic Status of Negroes
in the United States, 1970 (1971).
Published jointly with the II.S. Department
of Commerce.
E m p lo y m e n t in P e rsp e c tiv e : R e g io n a l
Aspects of Unemployment, 1969-70 (1971).
Employment in Perspective: Discouraged
Workers and Recent Changes in Labor Force
Growth (1971).
Employment in Perspective; Summer Job
Situation for Youth, 1971 (1971).
Employee Compensation and Payroll Hours:
W omen’s Hosiery M anufacturing, 1969 (1971).
Employee Compensation and Payroll Hours:
B itu m in o u s C oal M in in g , 1969 (1971).
Employee Compensation and Payroll Hours:
Basic Steel M anufacturing, 1969 (1972).
Work Attitudes of Disadvantaged Black Men:
A Methodological Inquiry (1972).
Geographic Profile of Employment and U n­
employment, 1971 (1972).
See annotation for Rpt. 504.
Labor Law and Practice in the Philippines
(1972).
Labor Law and Practice in The Republic of
China (Taiwan) (1972).
Labor Law and Practice in T hailand (1972).
Injury Rates by Industry, 1970 (1972).
Labor Law and Practice in the Kingdom of
Saudi Arabia (1972).
Labor Law and Practice in Colombia (1972).
Labor Law and Practice in Great Britain (1972).
Area Wage Survey: Territory of Guam, Ja n ­
uary 1972 (1972).
Work Injuries in Atomic Energy, 1970: A Survey
of Privately Owned and Operated Establish­
ments (1972).
A report to the Atomic Energy Commission
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415
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418

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421

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W hat Every Employer Needs to Know about
OSHA Recordkeeping (1972). (Revised 1973.)
W hat Every Employer Needs to Know About
OSHA Recordkeeping (1975).
Updates Rpt. 412.
Employee Compensation and Payroll Hours:
Construction—Special Trade Contractors, 1969
(1972) .
Labor in the U.S.S.R. (1972).
Employment in Perspective: Summer Job Sit­
uation for Youth, 1972 (1972). ,
Employment in Perspective: Unemployment
of Black Workers (1972).
Selected Earnings and Demographic Character­
istics of Union Members, 1970 (1972).
How the Government Measures Unem ploy­
ment (1973).
See Rpt. 505.
Supplementary Compensation in the PATC
Survey Industries (1973).
Report on supplementary compensation in
the industries covered by the National Survey of
Professional, Administrative, Technical, and
Clerical Pav.
Census Employment Survey User’s Guide
(1973) .
Geographic Profile of Employment and U n­
employment, 1972 (1973).
See annotation for Rpt. 504.
Employment in Perspective: Summer Job Sit­
uation for Youth, 1973 (1973).

Coverage and Vesting of Full-Tim e Em ploy­
ees Under Private Retirement Plans: Findings
From the April 1972 Survey (1973).
Published jointly by the U.S. Department of
Labor and the U.S. Department of Health,
Education, and Welfare (Social Security Adm in­
istration).
424 Manpower Impact of Federal Government Pro­
grams: Selected Grants-In-Aid to State and
Local Governments (1973).
425 Employee Compensation and Payroll Hours:
W omen’s and Misses’ Suits and Coats M anu­
facturing, 1971 (1973).

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Employee Compensation and Payroll Hours:
Department Stores, 1971 (1973).
Employee
Compensation
and Payroll
Hours: Pulp and Paper M anufacturing, 1971
(1973).

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E m p lo y ee C o m p e n s a tio n a n d P a y ro ll
Hours: Heavy Construction Industry, 1971
(1974).
Early Retirement Provisions of Pension Plans,
1971 (1974).
Occupational Employment: (series published
in 1974).
Industrial Chemicals Industry, June 1971.
Motor Vehicles and Motor Vehicle Equipm ent
Industry, June 1971.
Special Industry Machinery, Except Metalwork­
ing Machinery, June 1971.
Motorcycles, Bicycles and Parts and Selected
Transportation Equipm ent Industries, April
1971.
Office, Computing, and Accounting Machines
Industry, June 1971.
Railroad Equipm ent Industry, June 1971.
Am m unition, Except for Small Arms, June
1971.
Construction, M ining, and Materials H andling
Machinery and Equipm ent Industry, June 1971.
Soap, Cleaners, and Toilet Goods Industry,
June 1971.
Plastics Materials and Synthetics Industry, June
1971.
General Industrial Machinery Industry, June
1971.
Ordnance and Accessories Industry (Except
Guided Missiles, Space Vehicles, and Large Am­
m unition), June 1971.
Men’s and Boys’ Suits and Coats Industry, May
1971.
Sugar Industry, June 1971.
Farm Machinery and Equipm ent Industry,
June 1971.
Drug Industry, June 1971.
Ship and Boat Building and Repairing Indus­
try, June 1971.
Hydraulic Cement Industry, April 1971.
Metal Cans Industry, June 1971.
Miscellaneous Plastic Products Industry, June
1971.
W omen’s and C hildren’s Undergarments
Industry, May 1971.
Electric Test and Distributing Equipm ent
Industry, June 1971.
Jewelry, Silverware, and Plated Ware Industry,
April 1971.
Electronic Components and Accessories Indus­
try, June 1971.
Household Furniture Industry, June 1971.
Radio and Television Receiving Equipm ent
Industry, June 1971.
Electric Lighting and W iring Equipm ent
Industry, June 1971.
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Industry, June 1971.
Petroleum Refining Industry, May 1971.
Service Industry Machines Industry, June 1971.
Electrical Industrial Apparatus Industry, June
1971.
W omen’s and Misses’ Outerwear Industry, May
1971.
Selected Electrical Equipm ent and Supplies
Industry, June 1971.
Products of Purchased Glass Industry. May
1971.
C hildren’s Outerwear Industry, May 1971.
Paperboard Mills Industry, April 1971.
Fur Goods, Hats, Caps, Millinery, and Mis­
cellaneous Apparel Industry, May 1971.
Wooden Containers Industry, May 1971.
Concrete, Gypsum, and Plaster Products Indus­
try, April 1971.
Converted Paper and Paperboard Products
Industry, April 1971.
Miscellaneous Foods and Kindred Products
Industry, June 1971.
Structural Clay Products Industry, April 1971.
M en’s and Boys’ Furnishings Industry, May
1971.
Household Appliances Industry, June 1971.
Public Building Furniture and Miscellaneous
Furniture and Fixtures Industry, June 1971.
Logging Camps and Logging Contractors
Industry, May 1971.
Iron and Steel Foundries Industry, April 1971.
Nonferrous Foundries Industry, April 1971.
Paperboard Containers and Boxes Industry,
April 1971.
Pottery and Related Products Industry, April
1971.
Aircraft and Parts Industry, June 1971.
Tobacco Manufactures Industry, April 1971.
Miscellaneous Machinery, Except Electrical,
Industry, June 1971.
Tires and Inner Tubes Industry, June 1971.
Paints and Allied Products Industry, April 1971.
Gum and Wood Chemicals and Miscellaneous
Chemical Products, April 1971.
Sawmills and Planing Mills Industry, May
1971.
Partitions and Fixtures Industry, June 1971.
Engines and Turbines Industry, June 1971.
Miscellaneous Wood Products Industrv, 1971.
Agricultural Chemicals Industry, April 1971.
Pulp Mills, Paper Mills, and Building Paper
and Building Board Mills Industry, April 1971.
Nonferrous Rolling, Drawing, and Extruding
Industry, April 1971.
Primary Metal Products Industry, April 1971.
Grain Mill Products Industry, June 1971.
Office Furniture Industry, June 1971.

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Structural Wood Products Industry, May 1971.
-68 Flat Glass Industry, May 1971.
-69 Confectionery and Related Products Industry,
June 1971.
-70 Miscellaneous Fabricated Textile Products
Industry, May 1971.
-71 Pressed or Blown Glass and Glassware Industry,
May 1971.
-72 Rubber Footwear, Reclaimed Rubber, and
Other Fabricated Rubber Products Industry,
June 1971.
-73 Gloves and Mittens, Industrial Belting, and
Other Selected Leather Goods Industry, June
1971.
-74 Plum bing and Heating. Except Electric,In­
dustry, June 1971.
-75 Screw Machine Products Industry, June 1971.
-76 Coating, Engraving, and Allied Services
Industries, June 1971.
-77 Fabricated Structural Metal Products Industry,
June 1971.
-78 Nonferrous Smelting and Refining Industries,
April 1971.
-79 Leather T anning and Finishing Industry, June
1971.
-80 Stone Products and Miscellaneous Nonmetallic
Mineral Products Industries, April 1971.
-81 Petroleum and Coal Products, Except Petro­
leum Refining, Industry, May 1971.
-82 . Luggage, Handbags, and Personal Leather
Goods Industry (SIC 316 and 317), June 1971.
-83 Metal Stampings Industry, June 1971..
-84 M iscellaneous Fabricated Wire Products
Industry, June 1971.
-85 Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Products
Industry, June 1971.
-86 Pens, Pencils, Office and Art Supplies Industry,
June 1971.
-87 Bakery Products Industry, May 1971.
-88 Watches, Clocks, and Watchcases Industry,
June 1971.
-89 P h o to g ra p h ic E q u ip m e n t and S u p p lie s
Industry, June 1971.
-90 Mechanical Measuring and Control Devices
Industry, June 1971.
-91 Beverage Industry, May 1971.
-92 Optical Instruments and Lenses Industry, June
1971.
-93 Toys and Sporting Goods Industry, June
1971.
-94 Com m unication Equipm ent Industry, June
1971.
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Industry, June 1971.
Knitting Mills Industry, April 1971.
Floor Covering Mills Industry, April 1971.
Miscellaneous Textile Goods Industry, April
1971.
Yarn and Thread Mills Industry, April 1971.
Weaving Mills (Cotton) Industry, April 1971.
Weaving and Finishing Mills (Wool) Industry,
June 1971.
Medical Instruments and Supplies Industry,
June 1971.
Musical Instruments and Miscellaneous M an­
ufactures Industries, June 1971.
Weaving Mills (Synthetics and Silk) Industry,
April 1971.
O phthalm ic Goods Industry, June 1971.
Narrow Fabric Mills Industry, April 1971.
Textile Finishing, Except Wool, Industry,
April 1971.
Costume Jewelry and Notions Industry, June
1971.
Dairy Products Industry, May 1971.
Cutlery, H and Tools, and Hardware Industry,
June 1971.
Nonrubber Footwear Industry, May 1971.
Geographic Profile of Employment and U n­
employment, 1973 (1974).
See annotation for Rpt. 504.
New Procedures for Estim ating Unem ploym ent
in States and Local Areas (1974).
See Rpt. 500.
State Government Employee Compensation,
1972:
II.S. Summary (1975),
Michigan (1974)Ohio (1974).
California (Revised 1975).
Minnesota (1974).
Alaska (1974).
Pennsylvania (1974).
New Jersey (1974).
North Dakota (1974).
Oklahoma (1974).
Tennessee (1974).
Vermont (1974).
Massachusetts (1974).
Alabama (1975).
Connecticut (1975).
Colorado (1975).
Arizona (1975).
Arkansas (1975).
Florida (1975).
Delaware (1975).
Illinois (1975).
Hawaii (1975).
Georgia (1975).
West Virginia (1975)

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State Government Employee Compensation,
1972—Continued
Utah (1975).
Texas (1975).
Idaho (1975).
Indiana (1975).
W ashington (1975).
New York (1975).
Wisconsin (1975).
Wyoming (1975).
Virginia (1975).
Nevada (1975).
New Mexico (1975).
North Carolina (1975).
Oregon (1975).
Rhode Island (1975),
South Carolina (1975).
South Dakota (1975).
New Ham pshire (1975).
Iowa (1975).
Lousiana (1975).
Maine (1975).
Maryland (1975).
Mississippi (1975).
Kentucky (1975).
Kansas (1975),
Missouri (1975).
M ontana (1975).
Nebraska (1975).
Work Stoppages in Government, 1972 (1974).
The Development and Uses of Table Producing
Language (1975).
See Rpt. 515.
Current Developments in Productivity, 1973-74
(1975).
Work Stoppages in Government, 1973 (1975).
Occupational Safety and Health Statistics: Con­
cepts and Methods (1975).
See Rpt. 518.
Relative Importance of Components in the
Consumer Price Index, December 1975 (1976).
Relative Importance of Components in the
Consumer Price Index, December 1974 (1975).
Major Programs 1975/Bureau of Labor Sta­
tistics (1975).
See annotation for Rpt 488.
Employee Compensation in the PATC Survey
Industries, 1972 (1975).
See annotation for Rpt. 464.
Employment in Perspective: Unemployment
Among Household Heads (1975).
BLS File of State, County, and M unicipal Col­
lective Bargaining Agreements, Spring 1975
(1975)..
Unemployment: Measurement Problems and
Recent Trends (1975).
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Julius Shiskin, Commissioner of Labor Statis­
tics, to the Denver Chapter, National Associa­
tion of Business Economists, May 29, 1975.
Employment in Perspective: Job Loss and
Other Factors Behind the Recent Increase in
Unemployment (1975).
Employment in Perspective: Summer Job Situa­
tion for Youth, 1975 (1975).
Number not issued.
Number not issued.
Employment in Perspective: Summer Job Situa­
tion for Youth, 1976 (1976).
Consumer Expenditure Survey Series:
Diary Data 1972: Selected Weekly Expendi­
tures Cross-Classified by Family Characteristics
(1975) .
Diary Survey 1973: Selected Average Weekly Ex­
penditures Classified by Family Characteristics
(1976) .
Diary Survey, July 1973-June 1974: Selected
Weekly Expenditures Cross-Classified by
Family Characteristics (1976).
The Consumer Price Index: How Will the 1977
Revision Affect It? (1975).
Evaluating Your Firm ’s Injury and Illness Ex­
perience [1974]—National Emphasis Program
Industries: Foundries and Metal Stampings.
An OSHA Guide. (1976).
Employee Compensation and Payroll Hours:
Banks, 1973 (1976).
Geographic Profile of Employment and Unem­
ployment, 1974 (1976). Supp. (1976).
See annotation for Rpt. 504.
Work Stoppages in Government, 1974 (1976).
BLS File of State, County, and Municipal Col­
lective Bargaining Agreements, Fall 1975 (1976).
Consumer Expenditure Survey Series:
Interview Survey, 1972 and 1973: Average An­
nual Expenditures for Motor Vehicle Purchases,
Maintenance, Repair, and Operations, Selected
Data, 1972 and 1973 (1976).
Interview Survey, 1972 and 1973: Average
Annual Expenditures for Selected Commodity
and Service Groups Classified by Family
Characteristics, 1972 and 1973 (1976).
Interview Survey, 1972 and 1973: Average
Annual Expenditures for Commodity and
S e rv ic e G r o u p s C la s s if ie d by N in e
Family Characteristics, 1972 and 1973 (1976).
Interview Survey, 1972-73: Average Annual In­
come and Expenditures for Commodity and Ser­
vice Groups Classified by Family Character­
istics (1977).
Directory of Labor Force Studies Based on the
Current Population Survey (1976).
Conventions 1976: National Unions. Employ­
ee Associations, and State Labor Bodies (1976).

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Collective Bargaining in the Rubber Industry
(1976).
Major Programs 1976/Bureau of Labor Statis­
tics (1976).
See annotation for Rpt. 488.
Chartbook on Occupational Injuries and Ill­
nesses, 1974 (1976).
BLS Publications on Productivity and Tech­
nology (1976).
Publications of the Bureau of Labor Statistics,
January-June 1975 (1976).
Concepts and Methods Used in Labor Force
Statistics Derived from the Current Population
Survey (1976).
Published jointly by the Bureau of Labor
Statistics and the Bureau of the Census. Super­
sedes Rpt. 313.
Employee Compensation in the PATC Survey
Industries, 1974 (1977)
Report on compensation structure in the in ­
dustries covered by the National Survey of Pro­
fessional, Administrative, Technical, and
Clerical Pay.
Employee Compensation and Payroll Hours:
Drug M anufacturing, 1973 (1976).
CETA Prime Sponsors, Program Agents, and
Areas of Substantial Unemployment: Labor
Force, Employment, and Unemployment, Jan.
1975-Feb. 1976 (1976).
See annotation for Rpt. 473.
Collective Bargaining in the Meat Products In­
dustry (1976).
Directory of Occupational Wage Surveys, Jan.
1950-Dec. 1975 (1976).
Some Soc ial Aspec ts of Unemployment (1976).
Publications of the Bureau of Labor Statistics,
July-Dee ember 1975 (1976).
Data Processing at BLS (1976).
CETA Area Employment and Unemployment,
Jan. 1975-May 1976 (1976). Supp. (1976).
CETA Area Employment and Unemployment,
1975 Annual Averages (1976).
Later reports in this series are not listed. They
are available only from National Technical In­
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merce, on microfiche or in printed copy.
An OSHA Guide to Evaluating Your Firm ’s
Injury and
Illness Experience1 1974: Con­
,
struction Industries (1976).
475 An OSHA Guide to Evaluating Your Firm ’s
Injury and Illness Experience. 1974: M anu­
facturing Industries (1976).
476 An OSHA Guide to Evaluating Your Firm ’s
Injury and Illness Experience, 1974: Tiansportation and Public Utilities Industries (1976).
477 An OSHA Guide to Evaluating Your Firm s In­
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and Retail Trade Industries (1976).
An OSHA Guide to Evaluating Your Firm ’s
Injury and Illness Experience, 1974: Service
Industries (1976).
Collective Bargaining in the Motor Vehicle and
Equipm ent Industry (1976).
Employee Compensation and Payroll Hours:
Textile M anufacturing, 1973 (1976).
Geographic Profile of Employment and U n­
employment, 1975 (1976).
See annotation for Rpt. 504.
Publications of the Bureau of Labor Statistics,
January-June 1976 (1976).
Work Stoppages in Government, 1975 (1976).
Revising the CPI: A Brief Review of Methods
(1976).
Collective Bargaining in the Electrical Mach­
inery, Equipm ent, and Supplies Industry
(1976) .
Labor Force and Unemployment (1976).
A paper presented by Julius Shiskin, Com­
missioner of Labor Statistics, at the Univer­
sity of Michigan Economic and Social Outlook
Program, November 18, 1976.
BLS File of State, County, and M unicipal Col­
lective Bargaining Agreements, Fall 1976(1977).
Major Programs 1977/Bureau of Labor Sta­
tistics (1977).
An annual report describing principal data
gathering activities, publications, and other
information services of the Bureau of Labor
Statistics.
Collective Bargaining in the Basic Steel Indus­
try (1977).
A Guide to Evaluating Your Firm ’s Injury and
Illness Experience, 1975: National Emphasis
Program: Foundries (1977).
A Guide to Evaluating Your Firm ’s Injury and
Illness Experience, 1975: Construction In­
dustries (1977).
A Guide to Evaluating Your Firm ‘s Injury and
Illness Experience, 1975: M anufacturing Indusries (1977).
A Guide to Evaluating Your Firm ’s Injury and
Illness Experience, 1975: Services Industries
(1977) .
A Guide to Evaluating Your Firm ’s Injury and
Illness Experience, 1975: Transportation and
Public Utilities Industries (1977).
A Guide to Evaluating Your Firm ’s Injury and
Illness Experience, 1975: Wholesale and Retail
Trade Industries (1977).
Publications of the Bureau of Labor Statistics,
July-December 1976 (1977).
Relativ e Importance of Components in the CPI,
*
December 1976 (1977).
Employee Compensation and Payroll Hours:

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Plastics and Synthetics M anufacturing, 1973
(1977) .
Conventions 1977: National Unions, Employee
Associations, and State Labor Bodies (1977).
Estimating State and Local EJnemployment:
Problems and Perspectives (1977).
Updates Rpt. 432.
Chartbook on Occupational Injuries and
Illnesses in 1975 (1977).
Collective Bargaining in the Telephone Indus­
try (1977).
Directory of Wage Chronologies, 1948-Tune
1977 (1977).
Geographic* Profile of Employment and U n­
employment, 1976 (1977).
Presents annual labor force, employment,
and unemployment data for States and large
metropolitan areas based on the Current Pop­
ulation Survey.
How the Government Measures Unemploy­
ment (1977).
Supersedes Rpt. 418.
Directory of Occupational Wage Surveys, Jan.
1970-Dec. 1976 (1977).
BUS Data Bank Files and Statistical Routines
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sis of Gross Flows in the Labor Force (1977).
The BLS Industrial Price Program: A Survey
of Users (1977).
Collective Bargaining in the Longshore Indus­
try (1977).
Employment in Perspective: Summer Job Situa­
tion for Youth, 1977 (1977).
Publications of the Bureau of Labor Statistics,
January-June 1977 (1977).
Collective Bargaining in the Areospace Indus­
try (1977).
Collective Bargaining in the Bituminous Coal
Industry (1977).
The Development and Uses of Table Producing
Language (1978).
Report on BLS computer program ( I'PL) de­
signed to reduce the time between collecting
sur vey data and processing the results in statis­
tical tables. Supersedes Rpt. 435.
Wage Payment Plans in M anufacturing In­
dustries (1977).
The Consumer Price Index: Concepts and
Content Over the Years (1977).
Occupational Safety and Health Statistics:
Concepts and Methods (1977).
Supersedes Rpt. 438.

Special Labor Force Reports
F o llo w in g is a list of Special L a b o r Force R eports
w h ic h have been p u b lish e d since 1972. T hese reports
are reprints of articles p u b lis h e d initially in the
Monthly Labor Review , su p p le m e n te d by a d d itio n a l

tables and technical notes. Reports are available free of
charge, as long as supplies last, from the national or
regional offices of the Bureau of Labor Statistics. See
inside back cover for addresses.

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E m p lo y m e n t a n d U n e m p lo y m e n t in 1971.
U sual Weekly E a rn in g s of A m erican Workers,
1971.
M arital a n d Fam ily Characteristics of the L a b o r
Force.
E m p lo y m e n t of H ig h School G raduates a n d
D ropouts, O ctober 1971.
An Analysis of U n e m p lo y m e n t by H o u s e h o ld
R e la tio n sh ip .
E m p lo y m e n t of School-Age Y outh, O ctober
1971.
E d u c a tio n a l A tta in m e n t of Workers, M arch 1972.
T h e E m p lo y m e n t S itu a tio n of V ietnam Era
Veterans, 1972.

170 Employment of School-Age Youth, October
1973.
171 Work Experience of the Population, 1973.
172 Job Tenure of Workers, January 1973.
173 Marital and Family Characteristics of the Labor
Force, March 1974.
174 Children of Working Mothers, March 1974.
175 Educational Attainment of Workers, March 1974.
176 Occupational Mobility of Workers.
177 M ultiple Jobholders in May 1974.
178 Employment and Unemployment in 1974.
179 Trends in Overtime Hours and Pay, 1969-74.
180 Students, Graduates, and Dropouts in the Labor
Market, October 1974.
181 Work Experience of the Population in 1974.
182 M ultiple Jobholders in May 1975.
183 Marital and Family Characteristics of the Labor
Force, March 1975.
184 Going Back to School at 35 and Over.
185 Employment and Unemployment During 1975.
186 Educ ational Attainment of Workers, Marc h 1975.
187 Length of W orking Life for Men and Women,
1970.
188 Long \V7
orkweeks and Premium Pay.
189 Families and the Rise of Working Wives—An
Overview.

Jobse e king M ethods Used by U n e m p lo y e d
Workers.
E m p lo y m e n t of Recent College G raduates,
O ctober 1971.
C ha n g e s in the E m p lo y m e n t S itua tion in 1972.

153

Marital and Family Characteristics of the Labor
Force, March 1972.

154
155

C h ild re n of W o rk in g Mothers, M arch 1972.
E m p lo y m e n t of H ig h School G ra d u a te s a n d
D ropouts, O ctober 1972.
The U.S. L a b o r Force: P rojections to 1990.
J o b Losers, Leavers, a n d E ntrants: T ra its a n d
Ire n d s.
Y oung Workers: In School a n d O ut.
G o in g Back to School at 35.

156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168

190

E ducation of Workers: Projections to 1990.
E ducational A tta inm e nt of Workers, M arch 1973.
W ork E xperience of the P o p u la tio n in M arch
1972.
E m p lo y m e n t a nd U n e m p lo y m e n t in 1973.
M arital and Family Characteristics of the L a b o r
Force* in M arch 1973.
Chilchen of W o rk in g Mothers, M arch 1973.
M u ltip le J o b h o ld in g , May 1973.
Job Situation ol V ietnam -era Veterans.
E m p lo y m e n t of H ig h School G ra d u a te s a n d
D io p o u ts, 1973.




Employment of Recent College Graduates,
October 1972.

191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
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Women Who Head Families: A Socioeconomic
Analysis.
Students, Graduates, and Dropouts in the Labor
Market, October 1975.
Work Experience of the Population in 1975.
Educ ational Attainment of Workers, March 1976.
M ultiple Jobholders, May 1976.
Weekly and Hourly Earnings Data from the
Current Population Survey.
Long Hours and Premium Pay, May 1976.
New Labor Force Projections to 1990.
The Labor Force Patterns of Divorced and Sepa­
rated Women.

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200
201
202
203
204

E m p lo y m e n t a n d U n e m p lo y m e n t in 1976.
S tudents, G ra dua te s, a n d D r o p o u ts In the L a b o r
M arket, O ctober 1976.
W o rk E xperience of the P o p u l a t i o n in 1976.
T h e E xtent of J o b Search by E m p lo y e d Workers.
Y e a r-R o u n d F u ll- T im e E a r n in g s in 1975.
G o in g Back to School at 35 a n d Over.

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206
207
208

C h ild re n of W o r k in g M others, M arch 1976.
M arital a n d F am ily Characteristics of the L a b o r
Force in M arch 1976.
Absence F ro m W o r k — M e a su rin g the H o u r s
Lost, May 1973-76.
L a b o r Force T re nds: A Synthesis a n d Analysis
a n d a B ibliography.

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Subject Index of Bulletins and Reports

(Publication dates are given in parentheses. Entries marked with an asterisk (*) are annotated in numerical listings.)
AEROSPACE INDUSTRY (See also Employment; Occupational
outlook.)

BLACK WORKERS (See Minority workers.)
BUILDING TRADES (See also Occupational outlook.)

Collective Bargaining in the Aerospace Industry, Rpt. 513 (1977).
Technological Change and Manpower Trends in Five Industries,
Bull. 1856 (1975).
Wage Chronology:
Lockheed-Califomia Company (Div. of Lockheed Aircraft
Corp.) and Machinists’ Union, Mar. 1937-Oct. 1977, Bull.
1904 (1976).
Martin Marietta Aerospace and the Auto Workers: Mar.
1944-Nov. 1975, Bull. 1884 (1976); 1975-78, supp. to Bull.
1884 (1977).
Rockwell International (Electronics, North American Aircraft/Space Operations) and the UAW, May 1941-Sept.
1977, Bull. 1893 (1976).
The Boeing Co. (Washington Plants) and International As­
sociation of Machinists, June 1936-Oct. 1977, Bull. 1895
(1976).

Union Wages and Hours: Building Trades, July 1--: 1971, Bull.
1747 (1972); 1972, Bull. 1807 (1974); 1973, Bull. 1841 (1975);
1974, Bull. 1889 (1975); 1975, Bull. 1907 (1976); 1976, Bull.
1972 (1977).
BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS
Catalogs, directories, and indexes
BLS Data Bank Files and Statistical Routines, Rpt. 507 (1978).
BLS Publications, 1886-1971, Bull. 1749 (1972).*
BLS Publications on Productivity and Technology, Rpt. 461
(1976) .
Directory of Labor Force Studies Based on the Current Population
Survey, Rpt. 456 (1976).
Directory of Occupational Wage Surveys: Jan. 1950-Dec. 1975,
Rpt. 468 (1976); Jan. 1970-Dec. 1976, Rpt. 506 (1977).
Directory of Wage Chronologies, 1948-June 1977, Rpt. 503
(1977) .
Monthly Labor Review Index of--: Vols. 84-93, Jan. 1961-Dec.
1970, Bull. 1746 (1973); Vols. 94-98, Jan. 1971-75, Bull. 1922
(1976) .
Publications of the Bureau of Labor Statistics: Jan.-June 1975,
Rpt. 462 (1976); July-Dee. 1975, Rpt. 470 (1976); Jan.-June
1976, Rpt. 482 (1976); July-Dee. 1976, Rpt. 496 (1977); Jan.June 1977, Rpt. 512 (1977).

AIRLINES (See Transportation.)

ALUMINUM INDUSTRY (See also Occupational outlook.)
Technological Change and Manpower Trends in Six Industries,
Bull. 1817 (1974).
Wage Chronology: Aluminum Co. of America with United Steel­
workers of America and Aluminum Workers International
Union: Nov. 1939-Jan. 1974, Bull. 1815 (1974); Feb. 1974-May
1977, supp. to Bull. 1815 (1975).

Data processing
Data Processing at BLS, Rpt. 471 (1976).
The Development and Uses of Table Producing Language, Rpt.
435 (1975)*; Rpt. 515 (1978).*

APPAREL INDUSTRY (See Clothing industry.)
Programs
Major Programs/Bureau of Labor Statistics: 1975, Rpt. 441
(1975); 1976, Rpt. 459 (1976); 1977, Rpt. 488 (1977).*
The BLS Industrial Price Program: A Survey of Users, Rpt. 509
(1977) .

APPLIANCE REPAIR SHOPS
Industry Wage Survey: Appliance Repair Shops: Sept. 1972, Bull.
1838 (1975); Nov. 1975, Bull 1936 (1977).

BUS TRANSPORTATION (See Transportation.)

AUTO DEALER REPAIR SHOPS

CANDY AND CONFECTIONERY INDUSTRY (See also Employ­
ment.)

Industry Wage Survey: Auto Dealer Repair Shops, June 1973, Bull.
1876 (1975).

Industry Wage Survey: Candy and Other Confectionery Products:
Aug. 1970, Bull. 1732 (1972); Aug. 1975, Bull. 1939 (1977).

BANKING INDUSTRY (See also Occupational outlook.)

CEMENT INDUSTRY (See also Employment.)

Employee Compensation and Payroll Hours: Banks, 1973, Rpt.
451 (1976).
Industry Wage Survey: Banking, Aug.-Nov. 1973, Bull. 1862
(1975).
Technological Change and Manpower Trends in Six Industries,
Bull. 1817 (1974).




Technological Change and Manpower Trends in Five Industries,
Bull. 1856 (1975).
CHEMICAL INDUSTRY (See also Occupational outlook.)
Industry Wage Survey: Industrial Chemicals: June 1971, Bull. 1786
(1973); June 1976, Bull. 1978 (1977).

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Atlantic Richfield Co. (former facilities of Sinclair Oil Compa­
nies): 1941-72, Bull. 1771 (1973); Jan. 1973-Jan. 1975,
supp. to Bull. 1771 (1974).
Atlantic Richfield and the Oil Workers (Former Sinclair Oil
Facilities): 1941-77, Bull. 1915 (1976); 1977-79, supp. to
Bull. 1915 (1977).
Berkshire Hathaway Inc., and the Textile Workers: June 1943Apr. 1975, Bull. 1849 (1975); 1975-78, supp. to Bull. 1849
(1977).

CHINA, REPUBLIC OF (See Taiwan.)
CIGAR AND CIGARETTE MANUFACTURING
Industry Wage Survey:
Cigar Manufacturing, Mar. 1972, Bull. 1796 (1973).
Cigarette Manufacturing: May-June 1971, Bull. 1748 (1972);
May 1976, Bull. 1944 (1977).
CLAY PRODUCTS INDUSTRY (See also Employment.)

Bethlehem Steel Corporation (Shipbuilding Department) and
the IUMSW: June 1941-Aug. 1975, Bull. 1866 (1975); 197578, supp. to Bull. 1866 (1977).
Bituminous Coal Mine Operators and United Mine Workers of
America: Oct. 1933-Nov. 1974, Bull. 1799, (1973); 1974-77,
supp. to Bull. 1799(1977).
Commonwealth Edison Company of Chicago and International
Brotherhood of Electrical Workers: Oct. 1945-Mar. 1974, Bull.
1808 (1974); 1974-77, supp. to Bull. 1808 (1976).
Council of North Atlantic Shipping Associations and the I LA,
1941-77, supp. to Bull. 1736 (1976).
Dan River, Inc.: May 1943-Jan. 1972, Bull. 1767 (1973); Jan.
1973-June 1974, supp. to Bull. 1767 (1975).
Dan River, Inc., and the Textile Workers (UTWA), 1943-76,
Bull. 1934(1976).
FMC Corporation, Chemical G roup-Fiber Division (formerly
the American Viscose Division) and the Textile Workers Union
of America, June 1968-June 1974, supp. to Bull. 1560(1974).
FMC Corp., Chemical G roup-Fiber Division, and the TWUA,
1945-77, Bull. 1924 (1976).
Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. and B.F. Goodrich Co. (Akron
Plants): 1937-73, Bull. 1762 (1972); Apr. 1973-Apr. 1976,
supp. to Bull. 1762(1975).
Ford Motor Company: June 1941-Sept. 1973, Bull. 1787
(1973); Oct. 1973-Sept. 1976, supp. to Bull. 1787 (1975).
International Harvester Company: 1946-70, Bull. 1678 (1972);
1970-73, supp. to Bull. 1678 (1973).
International Harvester Co. and the Auto Workers, Feb. 1946Sept. 1976, Bull. 1887 (1976).
International Paper Co., Southern Kraft Division: Dec. 1937May 1973, Bull. 1788 (1973); June 1973-May 1977, supp. to
Bull. 1788 (1976).
International Shoe Co.: 1945-74, Bull. 1718 (1972); 1972-76,
supp. to Bull. 1718 (1976).
Lockheed-California Company (Div. of Lockheed Aircraft
Corp.) and Machinists’ Union, Mar. 1937-Oct. 1977, Bull. 1904
(1976) .
Martin Marietta Aerospace and the Auto Workers: Mar. 1944Nov. 1975, Bull. 1884 (1976); 1975-78, supp. to Bull. 1884
(1977) .
Massachusetts Shoe Manufacturers and United Shoe Workers of
America (AFL-CIO); Jan. 1945-Jan. 1975. Bull. 1800 (1973);
1975-77, supp. to Bull. 1800 (1976).
New York Q ty Laundries, 1965-72, supp. to Bull. 1453 (1972).
New York City (Area) Laundries and the Clothing Workers:
Nov. 1945-Nov. 1975, Bull. 1845 (1975); 1975-78, supp. to
Bull. 1845 (1977).
North Atlantic Longshoremen, 1934-71, Bull. 1736 (1972).
Pacific Coast Shipbuilding Association and Various Unions,
1941-77, Bull. 1982(1978).
Pacific Gas and Electric Company: 1943-73, Bull. 1761 (1972);
1972-76, supp. to Bull. 1761 (1977).
Pacific Longshore Workers, Aug. 1969-July 1975, supp. to Bull.
1568 (1974).
Pacific Maritime Association and the International Longshore­
men’s and Warehousemen’s Union, 1934-78, Bull. 1960
(1977).
Rockwell International (Electronics, North American Aircraft/
Space Operations) and the UAW, May 1941-Sept. 1977,
BuU. 1893 (1976).
Swift & Company, Jan. 1942-Sept. 1973, Bull. 1773 (1973).
The Anaconda Co. (Montana Mining Div.) and the Steelworkers,
1941-77, Bull. 1953 (1977).
The Boeing Co. (Washington Plants) and International Associa­
tion of Machinists, June 1936-Oct. 1977, Bull. 1895 (1976).

Industry Wage Survey: Structural Clay Products, Sept. 1975, Bull.
1942 (1977).
CLEANING SERVICES, CONTRACT
Industry Wage Survey: Contract Cleaning Services: July 1971,
Bull. 1778 (1973); July 1974, Bull. 1916 (1976).
CLOTHING INDUSTRY (See also Employment; Occupational out­
look.)
Employee Compensation and Payroll Hours: W omen’s and Misses’
Suits and Coats Manufacturing, 1971, Rpt. 425 (1973).
Industry Wage Survey:
Men’s and Boys’ Separate Trousers: Jan. 1971, Bull. 1752
(1972); June 1974, Bull. 1906 (1976).
Men’s and Boys’ Shirts (Except Work Shirts) and Nightwear:
Oct. 1971, Bull. 1794 (1973); June 1974, Bull. 1901
(1976).
Men’s and Boys’ Suits and Coats: Apr. 1970, Bull. 1716
(1972); Apr. 1973, Bull. 1843 (1975); Apr. 1976, Bull.
1962 (1977).
Women’s and Misses’ Coats and Suits, Aug. 1970, Bull. 1728
(1972).
Women’s and Misses’ Dresses: Aug. 1971, Bull. 1783 (1973);
Aug. 1974, Bull. 1908 (1976).
Technological Change and its Labor Impact in Five Industries,
Bull. 1961 (1977).
Wages and Demographic Characteristics in the Work Clothing
Manufacturing Industry, Mar. 1972, Bull. 1858 (1975).*
COLLECTIVE BARGAINING
General

BLS Handbook of Methods for Surveys and Studies, Bull. 1910
(1976) .*
Characteristics of Agreements Covering 1,000 Workers or More,
July 1-: 1972, Bull. 1784 (1973); 1973, Bull. 1882 (1974).
Characteristics of Major Collective Bargaining Agreements, July 1-: 1974, Bull. 1888 (1975); 1975, Bull. 1957 (1977).
Directory of Wage Chronologies, 1948-June 1977, Rpt. 503
(1977) .
Handbook of Labor Statistics: 1972, Bull. 1735 (1972); 1973,
Bull 1790 (1973); 1974, Bull. 1825 (1974); 1975-ReferenCe
Edition, Bull. 1865 (1975)*; 1976, Bull. 1905 (1976)*; 1977,
Bull. 1966 (1977).*
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*
Wage Calendar: 1972, Bull. 1724 (1972); 1973, Bull. 1766
(1973); 1974, Bull. 1810 (1974); 1975, Bull. 1872 (1975);
1976, Bull. 1898 (1976); 1977, Bull. 1943 (1977).*
Specified employers and unions

Wage Chronology:
Aluminum Co. of America with United Steelworkers of Amer­
ica and Aluminum Workers International Union: Nov. 1939Jan. 1974, Bull. 1815 (1974); Feb. 1974-May 1977, supp.
to Bull. 1815 (1975).
American Telephone and Telegraph Comp any-Long Lines De­
partment, and Communications W orkers of America (AFLCIO): Oct. 1940-July 1974, Bull. 1812 (1974); July 1974Aug. 1977, supp. to Bull. 1812 (1976).
Armour and Company and Amalgamated Meat Cutters and
Butcher Workmen of North America, Sept. 1973-Aug.
1976, supp. to Bull. 1682 (1975).




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United States Steel Corporation and United Steelworkers of
America (AFL-CIO): Mar. 1937-Apr. 1974, Bull. 1814 (1974);
May 1974-June 1977, supp. to Bull. 1814 (1976).
Western Union Telegraph Co., 1968-71, supp. to Bull. 1545
(1972).
Western Union Telegraph Co. and the Telegraph Workers and
the Communications Workers, Nov. 1943-July 1976, Bull.
1927 (1976).

American Telephone and Telegraph C om pany- Long \ Lines
Department, and Communications Workers of Arherica
(AFL-CIO): O c t 1940-July 1974, Bull. 1812 (1974);\July
1974-Aug. 1977, supp. to Bull. 1812 (1976).
Western Union Telegraph Co., 1968-71, supp. to Bull. 1545
(1972).
Western Union Telegraph Co. and the Telegraph Workers and
the Communications Workers, Nov. 1943-July 1976, Bull.
1927 (1976).

Specified industries and occupations

COMPENSATION (See also Earnings; Wages and benefits.)

BLS File of State, County, and Municipal Collective Bargaining
Agreements: Spring 1975, Rpt. 444 (1975); Fall 1975, Rpt. 454
(1976) ; Fall 1976, Rpt. 487 (1977).
Characteristics of Agreements in State and Local Governments:
Jan. 1, 1974, Bull. 1861 (1975); July 1, 1975, Bull. 1947
(1977) .
Characteristics of Construction Agreements, 1972-73, Bull. 1819
(1974).
Collective Bargaining Agreements for Police and Firefighters, Bull.
1885 (1976).
Collective Bargaining Agreements for State and County Govern­
ment Employees, Bull. 1920 (1976).
Collective Bargaining Agreements in the Federal Service, Late
1971, Bull. 1789 (1973).
Collective Bargaining in the —
Aerospace Industry, Rpt. 513 (1977).
Basic Steel Industry, Rpt. 489 (1977).
Bituminous Coal Industry, Rpt. 514 (1977).
Electrical Machinery, Equipment, and Supplies Industry, Rpt.
485 (1976).
Longshore Industry, Rpt. 510 (1977).
Meat Products Industry, Rpt. 467 (1976).
Motor Vehicle and Equipment Industry, Rpt. 479 (1976).
Rubber Industry, Rpt. 458 (1976).
Telephone Industry, Rpt. 502 (1977).
Contract Clauses in Construction Agreements, Bull. 1864 (1975).
Grievance and Arbitration Procedures in State and Local Agree­
ments, Bull. 1833 (1975).
Municipal Collective Bargaining Agreements in Large Cities, Bull.
1759 (1972).
Municipal Labor-Management Relations: Chronology of Compen­
sation Developments in Milwaukee, 1960-70, Bull. 1720 (1971).

BLS Measures of Compensation, Bull. 1941 (1977).*
COMPUTER OCCUPATIONS (See Occupational outlook.)
CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY (See also Occupational outlook.)
A Guide to Evaluating Your Firm’s Injury and Illness Experience.
1975: Construction Industries, Rpt. 491 (1977).
An OSHA Guide to Evaluating Your Firm’s Injury and Illness Ex­
perience, 1974: Construction Industries, Rpt. 474 (1976).
Characteristics of Construction Agreements, 1972-73, Bull. 1819
(1974) .
Contract Clauses in Construction Agreements, Bull. 1864 (1975).
Employee Compensation and Payroll Hours:
Construction-Special Trade Contractors, 1969, Rpt. 413
(1972).
Heavy Construction Industry, 1971, Rpt. 428 (1974).
Industry Wage Survey: Contract Construction: Sept. 1972, Bull.
1853 (1975); Sept. 1973, Bull. 1911 (1976).
Labor and Material Requirements fo rConstruction of Private Single-Family Houses, Bull. 1755
(1972).
Private Multifamily Housing Construction, Bull. 1892 (1976).
Public Housing Construction, 1968, Bull. 1821 (1974).
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*
Work Stoppages in Contract Construction, 1962-73, Bull. 1847
(1975) .
CONSUMER EXPENDITURES AND INCOME
BLS Handbook of Methods for Surveys and Studies, Bull. 1910
(1976) .*
Consumer Expenditure Survey: Diary Survey, July 1972-June
1974, Bull. 1959 (1977).*
Consumer Expenditure Survey: Interview Survey, 1972-73: Annual
Expenditures and Sources of Income Cross-Classified by Family
Characteristics (1972 and 1973 Combined), Bull. 1985 (1978).*
Consumer Expenditure Survey Series:
Diary Data 1972: Selected Weekly Expenditures Cross-Clas­
sified by Family Characteristics, Rpt. 448-1 (1975).
Diary Survey 1973: Selected Average Weekly Expenditures
Classified by Family Characteristics, Rpt. 448-2 (1976).
Diary Survey, July 1973-June 1974: Selected Weekly Expendi­
tures Cross-Classified by Family Characteristics, Rpt. 448-3
(1976).
Interview Survey, 1972 and 1973: Average Annual Expendi­
tures for Motor Vehicle Purchases, Maintenance, Repair,
and Operations, Selected Data, 1972 and 1973, Rpt. 455-1
(1976).
Interview Survey, 1972 and 1973: Average Annual Expendi­
tures for Commodity and Service Groups Classified by Nine
Family Characteristics, 1972 and 1973, Rpt. 455-3 (1976).
Interview Survey, 1972 and 1973: Average Annual Expendi­
tures for Selected Commodity and Service Groups Classified
by Family Characteristics, 1972 and 1973, Rpt. 455-2
(1976).
Interview Survey, 1972-73: Average Annual Income and Ex­
penditures for Commodity and Service Groups Classified by
Family Characteristics, Rpt. 455-4 (1977).

Specified provisions
Grievance and Arbitration Procedures in State and Local Agree­
ments, Bull. 1833 (1975).
Major Collective Bargaining Agreements:
Administration of Seniority, Bull. 1425-14( 1972).
Hours, Overtime, and Weekend Work, Bull. 1425-15 (1975).
Layoff, Recall, and Worksharing Procedures, Bull. 1425-13
(1972).
Safety and Health Provisions, Bull. 1425-16 (1976).
COLLEGE GRADUATES
Occupational Outlook for College Graduates: 1972-73 Edition,
Bull. 1730 (1972); 1974-75 Edition, Bull. 1786 (1974); 1976-77
Edition, Bull. 1878 (1977); 1978-79 Edition, Bull. 1956
(1978) .*
COLOMBIA
Labor Law and Practice in Colombia, Rpt. 408 (1972).
COMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRIES (See also Occupational out­
look.)
Collective Bargaining in the Telephone Industry, Rpt. 502 (1977).
Industry Wage Survey: Communications: 1970, Bull. 1751 (1972);
1971, Bull. 1805 (1974); 1972, Bull. 1828 (1974); 1973, Bull.
1854 (1975); Oct.-Dec. 1974, Bull. 1909 (1976); Oct.-Dec.
1975, Bull. 1954 (1977).
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*
Wage Chronology:




CONSUMER PRICE INDEX
BLS Handbook of Methods for Surveys and Studies, Bull. 1910
( 1976).*

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Handbook of Labor Statistics: 1972, Bull. 1735 (1972); 1973,
Bull. 1790 (1973); 1974, Bull. 1825 (1974); 1975-Reference
Edition Bull. 1865 (1975)*; 1976, Bull. 1905 (1976)*; 1977,
Bull. 1966 (1977).*
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*
Relative Importance of Components in the Consumer Price Index
(CPI): Dec. 1974, Rpt. 440 (1975); Dec. 1975, Rpt. 439
(1976); Dec. 1976, Rpt. 497 (1977).
Revising the CPI: A Brief Review of Methods, Rpt. 484 (1976).
The Consumer Price Index: Concepts and Content Over the Years,
Rpt. 517 (1977).
The Consumer Price Index: How Will the 1977 Revision Affect It?
Rpt. 449 (1975).
DATA PROCESSING
processing.)
DENMARK

(See

U.S. Workers and Their Jobs: The Changing Picture, Bull. 1919
(1976) .*
Labor force groups

Employment in Perspective:
Summer Job Situation for Youth: 1971, Rpt. 397 (1971);
1972, Rpt. 415 (1972); 1973, Rpt. 422 (1973); 1975, Rpt.
447 (1975); 1976, Rpt. 447-3 (1976); 1977, Rpt. 511
(1977).
The Negro Employment Situation, Rpt. 391 (1971).
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*
The Employment Problems of Older Workers, Bull. 1721 (1971).
Trabajadores de Origen Hispano: Libro de Graficos, Bull. 1971
(1977) .*
U.S. Working Women: A Chartbook, Bull. 1880 (1975).
U.S. Working Women: A Databook, Bull. 1977 (1977).
Workers of Spanish Origin: A Chartbook, Bull. 1970 (1977).

Bureau of Labor Statistics—
Data

Labor Law and Practice in Denmark, Rpt. 390 (1972).

Occupations and industries

DEPARTMENT STORES
Employee Compensation and Payroll Hours: Department Stores,
1971, Rpt. 426 (1973).
Industry Wage Survey: Department Stores, Sept. 1973, Bull. 1869
(1975).
DISCOURAGED WORKERS
Employment in Perspective: Discouraged Workers and Recent
Changes in Labor Force Growth, Rpt. 396 (1971).
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*
DRUG INDUSTRY (See also Employment; Occupational outlook.)
Employee Compensation and Payroll Hours: Drug Manufacturing,
1973, Rpt. 465 (1976).
EARNINGS (See also Wages and benefits.)
Annual Earnings and Employment Patterns of Private Nonagricultural Employees: 1966-67, Bull. 1765 (1973); 1970, Bull. 1842
(1975) ; 1971 and 1972, Bull. 1928 (1976).
BLS Handbook of Methods for Surveys and Studies, Bull. 1910
(1976) .*
BLS Measures of Compensation, Bull. 1941 (1977).*
Employment and Earnings, States and Areas: 1939-71, Bull. 13709 (1973); 1939-72, Bull. 1370-10 (1974); 1939-74, Bull. 137011 (1976); 1939-75, Bull. 1370-12 (1977).*
Employment and Earnings, United States: 1909-71, Bull. 1312-8
(1972) ; 1909-72, Bull. 1312-9 (1973); 1909-74, Bull. 1312-10
(1976) .*
Handbook of Labor Statistics: 1972, Bull. 1735 (1972); Bull. 1790
(1973) ; 1974, Bull. 1825 (1974); 1975-Reference Edition, Bull.
1865 (1975)*; 1976, Bull. 1905 (1976)*; 1977, Bull. 1966
(1977) .*
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*
The Hourly Earnings Index, 1964-Aug. 1975, Bull. 1897 (1976).
EMPLOYEE ASSOCIATIONS (See Labor organizations.)
EMPLOYMENT
General
Annual Earnings and Employment Patterns of Private Nonagri' cultural Employees: 1966-67, Bull. 1765 (1973); 1970, Bull.
1842 (1975); 1971 and 1972, Bull. 1928 (1976).
BLS Handbook of Methods for Surveys and Studies, Bull. 1910
(1976).*
Census Employment Survey User’s Guide, Rpt. 420 (1973).
Employment and Earnings, United States: 1909-71, Bull. 1312-8
(1972) ; 1909-72, Bull. 1312-9 (1973); 1909-74, Bull 1312-10
(1976) .*
Handbook of Labor Statistics: 1972, Bull. 1735 (1972), Bull. 1790
(1973) ; 1974, Bull. 1825 (1974); 1975-Reference Edition, Bull.
1865 (1975)*; 1976, Bull. 1905 (1976)*; 1977, Bull. 1966
(1977) .*
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*




29

Computer Manpower Outlook, Bull. 1826 (1974).
Employment of Scientists and Engineers, 1950-70, Bull. 1781
(1973).
Library Manpower: A Study of Demand and Supply, Bull. 1852
(1975).
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*
Occupational Employment (series published in 1974):
Agricultural Chemicals Industry, Apr. 1971, Rpt. 430-61.
Aircraft and Parts Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 430-51.
Ammunition, Except for Small Arms, June 1971, Rpt. 430-7.
Bakery Products Industry, May 1971, Rpt. 430-87.
Beverage Industry, May 1971, Rpt. 430-91.
Canning and Preserving industry, June 1971, Rpt. 430-96.
Children’s Outerwear Industry, May 1971, Rpt. 430-35.
Coating, Engraving, and Allied Services Industry, June 1971,
Rpt. 430-76.
Communication Equipment Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 430-94.
Concrete, Gypsum, and Plaster Products Industry, Apr. 1971,
Rpt. 430-39.
Confectionery and Related Products Industry, June 1971, Rpt.
430-69.
Construction, Mining, and Materials Handling Machinery and
Equipment Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 430-8.
Converted Paper and Paperboard Products Industry, Apr.
1971, Rpt. 430-40.
Costume Jewelry and Notions Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 430110.

Cutlery, Hand Tools, and Hardware Industry, June 1971, Rpt.
430-112.
Dairy Products Industry, May 1971, Rpt. 430-11 1.
Drugs Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 430-16.
Electric Lighting and Wiring Equipment Industry, June 1971,
Rpt. 430-27.
Electric Test and Distributing Equipment Industry, June 1971,
Rpt. 430-22.
Electrical Industrial Apparatus Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 43031.
Electronic Components and Accessories Industry, June 1971,
Rpt. 430-24.
Engineering and Scientific Instruments Industry, June 1971,
Rpt. 430-97.
Engines and Turbines Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 430-59.
Fabricated Structural Metal Products Industry, June 1971,
Rpt. 430-77.
Farm Machinery and Equipment Industry, June 1971, Rpt.
430-15.
Flat Glass Industry, May 1971, Rpt. 430-68.
Floor Covering Mills Industry, Apr. 1971, Rpt. 430-99.
Fur Goods, Hats, Caps, Millinery, and Miscellaneous Apparel
Industry, May 1971, Rpt. 430-37.
General Industrial Machinery Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 43011.

Gloves and Mittens, Industrial Belting, and Other Selected
Leather Goods Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 430-73.
Grain Mill Products Industry, June 1971,Rpt. 430-65.

Gum and Wood Chemicals and Miscellaneous Chemical
Products, Apr. 1971, Rpt. 430-56.
Household Appliances Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 430-44.
Household Furniture Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 430-25.
Hydraulic Cement Industry, Apr. 1971, Rpt. 430-18.
Industrial Chemicals Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 430-1.
Iron and Steel Foundries Industry, Apr. 1971, Rpt. 430-47.
Jewelry, Silverware, and Plated Ware Industry, Apr. 1971,
Rpt. 430-23.
Knitting Mills Industry, Apr. 1971, Rpt. 430-98.
Leather Tanning and Finishing Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 43079.
Logging Camps and Logging Contractors Industry, May 1971,
Rpt. 430-46.
Luggage, Handbags, and Personal Leather Goods Industry
(SIC 316 & 317), June 1971, Rpt. 430-82.
Meat Products Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 430-95.
Mechanical Measuring and Control Devices Industry, June
1971, Rpt. 430-90.
Medical Instruments and Supplies Industry, June 1971, Rpt.
430-104.
Men’s and Boys’ Furnishings Industry, May 1971, Rpt. 430-43.
Men’s and Boys’ Suits and Coats Industry, May 1971, Rpt.
430-13.
Metal Cans Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 430-19.
Metal Stampings Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 430-83.
Metalworking Machinery and Equipment Industry, June 1971,
Rpt. 430-28.
Millwork, Veneer, Plywood, and Prefabricated Structural
Wood Products Industry, May 1971, Rpt. 430-67.
Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Products Industry, June 1971,
Rpt. 430-85.
Miscellaneous Fabricated Textile Products Industry, May
1971, Rpt. 430-70.
Miscellaneous Fabricated Wire Products Industry, June 1971,
Rpt. 430-84.
Miscellaneous Foods and Kindred Products Industry, June
1971, Rpt. 430-41.
Miscellaneous Machinery, Except Electrical, Industry, June
1971, Rpt. 430-53.
Miscellaneous Plastic Products Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 430-

Pens, Pencils, Office and Art Supplies Industry, June 1971,
Rpt. 430-86.
Petroleum and Coal Products, Except Petroleum Refining, In­
dustry, May 1971, Rpt. 430-81.
Petroleum Refining Industry, May 1971, Rpt. 430-29.
Photographic Equipment and Supplies Industry, June 1971,
Rpt. 430-89.
Plastics Materials and Synthetics Industry, June 1971, Rpt.
430-10.
Plumbing and Heating, Except Electric, Industry, June 1971,
Rpt. 430-74.
Pottery and Related Products Industry, Apr. 1971, Rpt. 43050.
Pressed or Blown Glass and Glassware Industry, May 1971,
Rpt. 430-71.
Primary Metal Products Industry, Apr. 1971, Rpt. 430-64.
Products of Purchased Glass Industry, May 1971, Rpt. 430-34.
Public Building Furniture and Miscellaneous Furniture and
Fixtures Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 430-45.
Pulp Mills, Paper Mills, and Building Paper and Building
Board Mills Industry, Apr. 1971, Rpt. 430-62.
Radio and 'Television Receiving Equipment Industry, June
1971, Rpt. 430-26.
Railroad Equipment Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 430-6.
Rubber Footwear, Reclaimed Rubber, and Other Fabricated
Rubber Products Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 430-72.
Sawmills and Planing Mills Industry, May 1971, Rpt. 430-57.
Screw Machine Product^ Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 430-75.
Selected Electrical Equipment and Supplies Industry, June
1971, Rpt. 430-33.
Service Industry Machines Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 430-30.
Ship and Boat Building and Repairing Industry, June 1971,
Rpt. 430-17.
Soap, Cleaners, and Toilet Goods Industry, June 1971, Rpt.
430-9.
Special Industry Machinery, Except Metalworking Machinery,
June 1971, Rpt. 430-3.
Stone Products and Miscellaneous Nonmetallic Mineral
Products Industries, Apr. 1971, Rpt. 430-80.
Structural Clay Products Industry, Apr. 1971, Rpt. 430-42.
Sugar Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 430-14.
Textile Finishing, Except Wool, Industry, Apr. 1971, Rpt. 430109.
Tires and Inner Tubes Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 430-54.
Tobacco Manufactures Industry, Apr. 1971, Rpt. 430-52.
Toys and Sporting Goods Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 430-93.
Watches, Clocks, and Watchcases Industry, June 1971, Rpt.
430-88.
Weaving and Finishing Mills (Wool) Industry, June 1971, Rpt.
430-103.
Weaving Mills (Cotton) Industry, Apr. 1971, Rpt. 430-102.
Weaving Mills (Synthetics and Silk) Industry, Apr. 1971, Rpt.
430-106.
W omen’s and Children’s Undergarments Industry, May 1971,
Rpt. 430-21.
W omen’s and Misses’ Outerwear Industry, May 1971, Rpt.
430-32.
Wooden Containers Industry, May 1971, Rpt. 430-38.
Yarn and Thread Mills Industry, Apr. 1971, Rpt. 430-101.
Occupational Employment Statistics, 1960-70, Bull. 1738 (1972).
Occupational Manpower and Training Needs, Revised 1974, Bull.
1824 (1974).
Occupational Projections and Training Data, Bull. 1918 (1976).
Ph. D: Manpower: Employment, Demand, and Supply, 1972-85,
Bull. 1860 (1975).
Scientific and Technical Personnel in Industry, 1969, Bull. 1723
(1971).
The National Industry-Occupational Matrix and Other Manpower
Data, Bull. 1737 (Vol. IV revised of Bull. 1606, Tomorrow’s
Manpower Needs) (1971).

20.

Miscellaneous Textile Goods Industry, Apr. 1971, Rpt. 430100 .

Miscellaneous Wood Products Industry, May 1971, Rpt. 43060.
Motorcycles, Bicycles and Parts and Selected Transportation
Equipment Industries, Apr. 1971, Rpt. 430-4.
Motor Vehicles and Motor Vehicle Equipment Industry, June
1971, Rpt. 430-2.
Musical Instruments and Miscellaneous Manufactures Indus­
tries, June 1971, Rpt. 430-105.
Narrow Fabric Mills Industry, Apr. 1971, Rpt. 430-108.
Nonferrous Foundries Industry, Apr. 1971, Rpt. 430-48.
Nonferrous Rolling, Drawing, and Extruding Industry, Apr.
1971, Rpt. 430-63.
Nonferrous Smelting and Refining Industries, Apr. 1971, Rpt.
430-78.
Nonrubber Footwear Industry, May 1971, Rpt. 430-113.
Office, Computing, and Accounting Machines Industry, June
1971, Rpt. 430-5.
Office Furniture Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 430-66.
Ophthalmic Goods Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 430-107.
Optical Instruments and Lenses Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 43092.
Ordnance and Accessories Industry (Except Guided Missiles,
Space Vehicles, and Large Ammunition), June 1971, Rpt.
430-12.
Paints and Allied Products Industry, Apr. 1971, Rpt. 430-55.
Paperboard Containers and Boxes Industry, Apr. 1971, Rpt.
430-49.
Paperboard Mills Industry, Apr. 1971, Rpt. 430-36.
Partitions and Fixtures Industry, June 1971, Rpt. 430-58.




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States and areas

Labor in the U.S.S.R., Rpt. 414 (1972).
Labor Law and Practice in:
China (Taiwan), the Republic of, Rpt. 404 (1972).
Colombia, Rpt. 408 (1972).
Denmark, Rpt. 390 (1972).
Great Britain, Rpt. 409 (1972).
Norway, Rpt. 387 (1972).
Philippines, Rpt. 403 (1972).
Saudi Arabia, the Kingdom of, Rpt. 407 (1972).
Thailand, Rpt. 405 (1972).
Uruguay, Rpt. 392 (1972).
Venezuela, Rpt. 386 (1972).
Zaire, the Republic of, Rpt. 393 (1972).
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*

CETA Area Employment and Unemployment: Jan. 1975-May
1976, Rpt. 472 and supp. (1976)*; 1975 Annual Averages, Rpt.
473 (1976).*
CETA Prime Sponsors, Program Agents, and Areas of Substantial
Unemployment: Labor Force, Employment, and Unemployment,
Jan. 1975-Feb. 1976, Rpt. 466 (1976).*
Characteristics of Workers in Large States and SMSA’s, 1970, Rpt.
388 (1971).
Employment and Earnings, States and Areas: 1939-71, Bull. 13709 (1973); 1939-72, Bull. 1370-10 (1974); 1939-74, Bull. 137011 (1976); 1939-75, Bull. 1370-12 (1977).*
Geographic Profile of Employment and Unemployment: 1971, Rpt.
402 (1972); 1972, Rpt. 421 (1973); 1973, Rpt. 431 (1974);
1974, Rpt. 452 and supp. (1976); 1975, Rpt. 481 (1976); 1976,
Rpt. 504 (1977).*
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*

FOREIGN LABOR STATISTICS (See also Foreign labor condi­
tions. )
BLS Handbook of Methods for Surveys and Studies, Bull. 1910
(1976).*
Handbook of Labor Statistics: 1972, Bull. 1735 (1972); 1973,
Bull. 1790 (1973); 1974, Bull. 1825 (1974); 1975-Reference
Edition, Bull. 1865 (1975)*; 1976, Bull. 1905 (1976)*; 1977,
Bull. 1966 (1977).*

EMPLOYMENT COST INDEX
BLS Handbook of Methods for Surveys and Studies, Bull. 1910
(1976).*
BLS Measures of Compensation, Bull. 1941 (1977).*
ENGINEERS (See also Occupational outlook.)

FOUNDRIES (See also Employment; Occupational outlook.)

Employment of Scientists and Engineers, 1950-70, Bull. 1781
(1973).
National Survey of Professional, Administrative, Technical, and
Clerical Pay: June 1971,
Bull. 1742 (1972); Mar. 1972, Bull.
1764 (1973); Mar. 1973, Bull. 1804 (1973); Mar. 1974, Bull.
1837 (1974); Mar. 1975, Bull. 1891 (1975): Mar. 1976, Bull.
1931 (1976); Mar. 1977, Bull. 1980 (1977).*

A Guide to Evaluating Your Firm’s Injury and Illness Experience,
1975: National.Emphasis Program: Foundries, Rpt. 490 (1977).
Evaluating Your Firm ’s Injury and Illness Experience (1974): Na­
tional Emphasis Program Industries: Foundries and Metal
Stampings. An OSH A Guide. Rpt. 450 (1976).
Industry Wage Survey:
Iron and Steel Foundries, Nov. 1973, Bull. 1894 (1976).
Nonferrous Foundries: June 1970, Bull 1726 (1972); May
1975, Bull. 1952 (1977).

ESCALATOR CLAUSES
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*

FURNITURE INDUSTRY (See also Employment.)
FAMILY BUDGETS

Industry Wage Survey: Wood Household Furniture, Nov. 1974,
Bull. 1930 (1976).

BLS Handbook of Methods for Surveys and Studies, Bull. 1910
(1976).*
Three Budgets for an Urban Family of Four Persons, 1969-70,
supp. to Bull. 1570-5 (1972).
Handbook of Labor Statistics: 1972, Bull. 1735 (1972); 1973,
Bull. 1790 (1973); 1974, Bull. 1825 (1974); 1975-Reference
Edition, Bull. 1865 (1975)*, 1976, Bull. 1905 (1976)*; 1977,
Bull. 1966 (1977).*

GLASS INDUSTRY ( See also Employment.)
Industry Wage Survey: Pressed or Blown Glass and Glassware,
May 1975, Bull. 1923 (1976).
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES (See also Occupational outlook.)
BLS File of State, County, and Municipal Collective Bargaining
Agreements: Spring 1975, Rpt. 444 (1975): Fall 1975, Rpt.
454 (1976); Fall 1976, Rpt. 487 (1977).

FEDERAL EMPLOYEES (See Government employees.)
FEDERAL EXPENDITURES

Characteristics of Agreements in State and Local Governments:
Jan 1, 1974, Bull. 1861 (1975); July 1, 1975, Bull. 1947 (1977).
Collective Bargaining Agreements for Police and Firefighters, Bull.
1885 (1976).
Collective Bargaining Agreements for State and County Govern­
ment Employees, Bull. 1920 (1976).
Collective Bargaining Agreements in the Federal Service, Late
1971, Bull. 1789 (1973).
Grievance and Arbitration Procedures in State and Local Agree­
ments, Bull. 1833 ( 1975).
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*
Municipal Collective Bargaining Agreements in Large Cities, Bull.
1759 (1972).
Municipal Labor-Management Relations: Chronology of Compen­
sation Developments in Milwaukee, 1960-70, Bull. 1720 (1971).
State Government Employee Compensation, 1972, Bull. 1899
(1976).
State Government Employee Compensation in -, 1972:
Alabama, Rpt. 433-13 (1975).
Alaska, Rpt. 433-5 (1974).
Arizona, Rpt. 433-16 (1975).
Arkansas, Rpt. 433-17 ( 1975).
California, Rpt. 433-3 (Revised 1975).
Colorado, Rpt. 433-15 ( 1975).
Connecticut, Rpt. 433-14 ( 1975).

Expenditures and Manpower Requirements for Selected Federal
Programs, Bull. 1*851 (1975).*
Factbook for Estimating the Manpower Needs of Federal Pro­
grams, Bull. 1832 (1975).*
Impact of Federal Pollution Control and Abatement Expenditures
on Manpower Requirements, Bull. 1836 (1975).
Manpower Impact of Federal Government Programs: Selected
Grants-in-Aid to State and Local Governments, Rpt. 424
(1973).
FOOTWEAR
Industry Wage Survey: Footwear: Mar. 1971, Bull. 1792 (1973);
Apr. 1975, Bull. 1946 (1977).
Technological Change and its Labor Impact in Five Industries,
Bull. 1961 (1977).
Wage Chronology:
International Shoe Co.: 1945-74, Bull. 1718 (1972); 1972-76,
supp. to Bull. 1718 (1976).
Massachusetts Shoe Manufacturers and United Shoe Workers
of America (AFL-CIO): Jan. 1945-Jan. 1975, Bull. 1800
(1973); 1975-77, supp. to Bull. 1800 (1976).
FOREIGN LABOR CONDITIONS
International Comparisons of Unemployment, Bull. 1979 ( 1978 ).




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Technological Change and Manpower Trends in Six Industries,
Bull. 1817 (1974).

Delaware, Rpt. 433-19 (1975).
Florida, Rpt. 433-18 (1975).
Georgia, Rpt. 433-22 (1975).
Hawaii, Rpt. 433-21 (1975).
Idaho, Rpt. 433-26 (1975).
Illinois, Rpt. 433-20 (1975).
Indiana, Rpt. 433-27 (1975).
Iowa, Rpt. 433-41 (1975).
Kansas, Rpt. 433-47 (1975).
Kentucky, Rpt. 433-46 (1975).
Louisiana, Rpt. 433-42 (1975).
Maine, Rpt. 433-43 (1975).
Maryland, Rpt. 433-44 (1975).
Massachusetts, Rpt 433-12 (1974).
Michigan, Rpt. 433-1 (1974).
Minnesota, Rpt. 433-4 (1974).
Mississippi, Rpt. 433-45 (1975).
Missouri, Rpt. 433-48 (1975). '
Montana, Rpt. 433-49 (1975).
Nebraska, Rpt. 433-50 (1975).
Nevada, Rpt. 433-33 (1975).
New Hampshire, Rpt. 433-40 (1975).
New Jersey, Rpt. 433-7 (1974).
New Mexico, Rpt. 433-34 (1975).
New York, Rpt. 433-29 (1975).
North Carolina, Rpt. 433-35 (1975).
North Dakota, Rpt. 433-8 (1974).
Ohio, Rpt. 433-2 (1974).
Oklahoma, Rpt. 433-9 (1974).
Oregon, Rpt. 433-36 (1975).
Pennsylvania, Rpt. 433-6 (1974).
Rhode Island, Rpt. 433-37 (1975).
South Carolina, Rpt. 433-38 (1975).
South Dakota, Rpt. 433-39 (1975).
Tennessee, Rpt. 433-10 (1974).
Texas, Rpt. 433-25 (1975).
Utah, Rpt. 433-24 (1975).
Vermont, Rpt. 433-11 (1974).
Virginia, Rpt. 433-32 (1975).
Washington, Rpt. 433-28 (1975).
West Virginia, Rpt. 433-23 (1975).
Wisconsin, Rpt. 433-30 (1975).
Wyoming, Rpt. 433-31 (1975).
State Government Employee Compensation, U.S. Summary, 1972,
Rpt. 433 (1975).
Wage Chronology:
Federal Employees Under the General Schedule, Aug. 1968Oct. 1973, supp. to Bull. 1604 (1974).
Federal Employees Under the General Schedule Pay System:
July 1924-Oct. 1974, Bull. 1870 (1975); 1975, supp. to
Bull. f870 (1976).
Work Stoppages in Government: 1972, Rpt. 434 (1974); 1973,
Rpt. 437 (1975); 1974, Rpt. 453 (1976); 1975, Rpt. 483
(1976).

HOSIERY MANUFACTURE
Employee Compensation and Payroll Hours: W omen’s Hosiery
Manufacturing, 1969, Rpt. 398 (1971).
Industry Wage Survey: Hosiery: Sept. 1970, Bull. 1743 (1972);
Sept. 1973, Bull. 1863 (1975); July 1976, Bull. 1987 (1977).
HOSPITALS (See Health services.)
HOTEL INDUSTRY
Industry Wage Survey: Hotels and Motels, June 1973, Bull. 1883
(1975).
HOURS OF WORK
Handbook of Labor Statistics: 1972, Bull. 1735 (1972); 1973,
Bull. 1790 (1973); 1974, Bull. 1825 (1974); 1975-Reference
Edition, Bull. 1865 (1975)*; 1976, Bull. 1905 (1976)*; 1977,
Bull. 1966 (1977).*
Major Collective Bargaining Agreements: Hours, Overtime, and
Weekend Work, Bull. 1425-15 (1975).
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*
The Revised Workweek: Results of a Pilot Study of 16 Firms, Bull.
1846 (1975).*
HOUSING CONSTRUCTION (See Construction.)
I

HOUSING COSTS
Rent or Buy? Evaluating Alternatives in the Shelter Market, Bull.
1823 (1974).*
INCOME DISTRIBUTION (See also Consumer expenditures and
incom e.)
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*
INSURANCE INDUSTRY
Industry Wage Survey: Life Insurance, Dec. 1971, Bull. 1791
(1973).
JOB SATISFACTION
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*
JOBSEEKING METHODS
Jobseeking Methods Used by American Workers, Bull.
(1975) .
LABOR DISPUTES ( See also Work stoppages.)
Handling of Rail Disputes Under the Railway Labor Act, 1950-69,
Bull. 1753 (1972).
LABOR FORCE

GRAIN MILL PRODUCTS (See also Employment.)

BLS Handbook of Methods for Surveys and Studies, Bull. 1910
(1976) .*
Characteristics of Workers in Large States and SMSA’s, 1970,' Rpt.
388 (1971).
Concepts and Methods Used in Labor Force Statistics Derived
from the Current Population Survey, Rpt. 463 (1976).*
Directory of Labor Force Studies Based on the Current Population
Survey, Rpt. 456 (1976).
Employment in Perspective:
^
A Cyclical Analysis of Gross Flows in the Labor Force, Rpt.
508 (1977).
Discouraged Workers and Recent Changes in Labor Force
Growth, Rpt. 396 (1971).
Handbook of Labor Statistics: 1972, Bull. 1735 (1972); 1973,
Bull. 1790 (1973); 1974, Bull. 1825 (1974); 1975-Reference
Edition, Bull. 1865 (1975)*; 1976, Bull. 1905 (1976)*;
1977, Bull. 1966(1977).*
Labor Force and Unemployment, Rpt. 486 (1976).*

Industry Wage Survey: Flour and Other Grain Mill Products, May
1972, Bull. 1803 (1973).
GREAT BRITAIN
Labor Law and Practice in Great Britain, Rpt. 409 (1972).
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*
GROCERY STORES (See also Occupational outlook.)
Union Wages and Hours: Grocery Stores, July 1--: 1971, Bull.
1772 (1973); 1973, Bull. 1848 (1975); 1975, Bull. 1925 (1976).
HEALTH SERVICES (See also Occupational outlook.)
Industry Wage Survey:
Hospitals: Aug. 1972, Bull. 1829 (1974); Aug. 1975-Jan.
1976, Bull. 1949 (1977).
Nursing Homes and Related Facilities: May 1973, Bull. 1855
(1975); May 1976, Bull. 1964 (1977).




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Occupational Supply: Concepts and Sources of Data for Manpower
Analysis, Bull. 1816 (1974).
Tomorrow’s Manpower Needs: Estimating Occupational Separa­
tions from the Labor Force for States, Supp. 4 to Bull. 1606
(1974).
U.S. Workers and Their Jobs: The Changing Picture, Bull. 1919
(1976).*

LUMBER INDUSTRY (See also Employment; Occupational out­
look.)
Technological Change and Manpower Trends in Six Industries,
Bull. 1817 (1974).
MACHINERY MANUFACTURING (See also Employment.)
Collective Bargaining in the Electrical Machinery, Equipment, and
Supplies Industry, Rpt. 485 (1976).
Industry Wage Survey: Machinery Manufacturing: Winter 1970-71,
Bull. 1754 (1972); Feb. 1973, Bull. 1859 (1975); Winter 197475, Bull. 1929 (1977).
Wage Chronology:
International Harvester Company: 1946-70, Bull. 1678
(1972); 1970-73, supp. to Bull. 1678 (1973).
International Harvester Co. and the Auto Workers, Feb. 1946Sept. 1976, Bull. 1887 (1976).

LABOR ORGANIZATIONS
Brief History of the American Labor Movement, Bull. 1000,
Bicentennial Edition (1976).*
Conventions 1976: National Unions, Employee Associations, and
State Labor Bodies, Rpt. 457 (1976); 1977, Rpt. 499 (1977).
Directory of National Unions and Employee Associations: 1971,
Bull. 1750 (1972); 1973 (unnumbered) (1974); 1975, Bull.
1937 (1977).*

MANUFACTURING (See also Employment; Occupational Out­
look.)

LABOR REQUIREMENTS
BLS Handbook of Methods for Surveys and Studies, Bull. 1910
(1976).*
Expenditures and Manpower Requirements for Selected Federal
Programs, Bull. 1851 (1975).*
Factbook for Estimating the Manpower Needs of Federal Pro­
grams, Bull. 1832 (1975).*
Impact of Federal Pollution Control and Abatement Expenditures
on Manpower Requirements, Bull. 1836 (1975).
Labor and Material Requirements fo rConstruction of Private Single-Family Houses, Bull. 1755
(1972).
Private Multifamily Housing Construction, Bull. 1892 (1976).
Public Housing Construction, 1968, Bull. 1821 (1974).
Manpower Impact of Federal Government Programs: Selected
Grants-in-Aid to State and Local Governments, Rpt. 424
(1973).
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*

A Guide to Evaluating Your Firm’s Injury and Illness Experience,
1975: Manufacturing Industries, Rpt. 492 (1977).
An OSHA Guide to Evaluating Your Firm’s Injury and Illness Ex­
perience, 1974: Manufacturing Industries, Rpt. 475 (1976).
Comparative Growth in Manufacturing Productivity and Labor
Costs in Selected Industrialized Countries, Bull. 1958 (1977).
Wage Payment Plans in Manufacturing Industries, Rpt. 516
(1977).
MEAT PRODUCTS ( See also Employment.)
Collective Bargaining in the Meat Products Industry, Rpt. 467
(1976).
Industry Wage Survey: Meat Products, Mar. 1974, Bull. 1896
(1976) .
Wage Chronology:
Armour and Company and Amalgamated Meat Cutters and
Butcher Workmen of North America, Sept. 1973-Aug.
1976, supp. to Bull. 1682 (1975).
Swift & Company, Jan. 1942-Sept. 1973, Bull. 1773 (1973).

LAUNDRIES (See also Occupational Outlook.)
Wage Chronology:
New York City Laundries, 1965-72, supp. to Bull. 1453
(1972).
New York City (Area) Laundries and the Clothing Workers:
Nov. 1945-Nov. 1975, Bull. 1845 (1975); 1975-78, supp. to
Bull. 1845 (1977).

Occupational Training in Selected Metalworking Industries, 1974:
A Report on a Survey of Selected Occupations, Bull. 1976
(1977) .*

LAYOFF

MILK INDUSTRY

Major Collective Bargaining Agreements: Layoff, Recall, and
Worksharing Procedures, Bull. 1425-13 (1972).

Industry Wage Survey: Fluid Milk, Oct.-Nov. 1973, Bull. 1871
(1975).

METALWORKING INDUSTRIES (See also Employment; Occupa­
tional Outlook.)

LEATHER AND PRODUCTS (See also Employment; Footwear.)

MINING

Industry Wage Survey: Leather Tanning and Finishing, Mar. 1973,
Bull. 1835 (1975).

Collective Bargaining in the Bituminous Coal Industry, Rpt. 514
(1977).
Employee Compensation and Payroll Hours: Bituminous Coal Min­
ing, 1969, Rpt. 399 (1971).
Industry Wage Survey: Metal Mining, Sept. 1972, Bull. 1820
(1974).
Wage Chronology:
Bituminous Coal Mine Operators and United Mine Workers of
America: Oct. 1933-Nov. 1974, Bull. 1799 (1973); 197477, supp. to Bull. 1799 (1977).
The Anaconda Co. (Montana Mining Div.) and the Steelwork­
ers, 1941-77, Bull. 1953 (1977).

LOCAL-TRANSIT EMPLOYEES
Union Wages and Hours: Local-Transit Operating Employees, July
1— 1971, Bull. 1745 (1972); 1972, Bull. 1782 (1973); 1973,
:
Bull. 1818 (1974); 1974, Bull. 1867 (1975); 1975, Bull. 1903
(1976); 1976, Bull. 1974 (1977).
LONGSHORE WORKERS
Collective Bargaining in the Longshore Industry, Rpt. 510 (1977).
Wage Chronology:
Council of North Atlantic Shipping Associations and the ILA,
1971-77, supp. to Bull. 1736 (1976).
North Atlantic Longshoremen, 1934-71, Bull. 1736 (1972).
Pacific Longshore Workers, Aug. 1969-July 1975, supp. to
Bull. 1568 (1974).
Pacific
Maritime
Association
and
the
International
Longshoremen’s and W arehousemen’s Union, 1934-78, Bull.
1960 (1977).




MINORITY WORKERS
Black Americans: A Decade of Occupational Change, Bull. 1731
(1972)*; Bull. 1760 (Revised 1972).*
Directory of Data Sources on Racial and Ethnic Minorities, Bull.
1879 (1975).
Employment in Perspective:
The Negro Employment Situation, Rpt. 391 ( 1 9 7 1 ) .
Unemployment o f Black Workers, Rpt. 41 6 ( 1 9 7 2 ) .
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Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*
The Social and Economic Status of Negroes in the United States,
1970, Rpt. 394 (1971).
Trabajadores de Origen Hispano: Libro de Graficos, Bull. 1971
(1977).*
Work Attitudes of Disadvantaged Black Men: A Methodological
Inquiry, Rpt. 401 (1972).
Workers of Spanish Origin: A Chartbook, Bull. 1970 (1977).

Work Injuries in Atomic Energy, 1970, Rpt. 411 (1972).
OCCUPATIONAL OUTLOOK
BLS Handbook of Methods for Surveys and Studies, Bull. 1910
(1976).*
Computer Manpower Outlook, Bull. 1826 (1974).
Library Manpower: A Study of Demand and Supply, Bull. 1852
(1975).
Occupational Manpower and Training Needs, Revised 1974, Bull.
1824 (1974).
Occupational Outlook for College Graduates: 1972-73 Edition,
Bull. 1730 (1972); 1974-75 Edition, Bull. 1786 (1974); 1976-77
Edition, Bull. 1878 (1977); 1978-79 Edition, Bull. 1956
(1978).*
Occupational Outlook Handbook: 1972-73 Edition, Bull. 1700
(1972); 1974-75 Edition, Bull. 1785 (1974); 1976-77 Edition,
Bull. 1875 (1976); 1978-79 Edition, Bull. 1955 (1978).*
O ccupational Outlook Reprint Series (1978): (Note: Listed below
are the 42 reprints from the 1978-79 Edition of the Occupa­
tional Outlook Handbook. Listings of earlier reprint series are
contained in bulletins listed in previous entry.)
Industries:
Agriculture and Logging and Lumber Mill Products, Bull.
1955-36.
Aircraft, Missile, and Spacecraft; Office Machine and
Computer; and Motor Vehicle and Equipment Manu­
facturing, Bull. 1955-40.
Aluminum, Iron and Steel, and Foundry, Bull. 1955-39.
Apparel, Baking, Laundry and Dry Cleaning, and Textile
Mill Products, Bull. 1955-41.
Energy-Producing, Bull. 1955-37.
Petroleum Refining, Industrial Chemical, Drug, and Paper
and Allied Products, Bull. 1955-38.
Occupations:
Air and Water Transportation, Bull. 1955-16.
Banking and Insurance, Bull. 1955-7.
Business, Bull. 1955-8.
Clerical, Bull. 1955-5.
Communications-Related, Bull. 1955-35.
Construction: Finishing, Bull. 1955-15.
Construction: Structural, Bull. 1955-14.
Counseling and Related, Bull. 1955-31.
Design, Bull. 1955-34.
Driving, Bull. 1955-18.
Education and Related, Bull. 1955-12.
Engineering and Related, Bull. 1955-20.
Environmental Scientists and Conservation, Bull. 1955-19.
Factory Production, Bull. 1955-4.
Food Merchandising, Bull. 1955-10.
Government, Bull. 1955-42.
Health Occupations, Bulls. 1955-28 and -29.
Health Practitioners, Bull. 1955-27.
Lawyers, City Managers, and Social Science Occupations,
Bull. 1955-30.
Machine Repairers and Operators, Bull. 1955-25.
Mathematics and Related, Bull. 1955-22.
Metalworking, Bull. 1955-2.
Motor Vehicle and Machinery Repairers, Bull. 1955-24.
Office Machine and Computer, Bull. 1955-6.
Performing Arts and Entertainment-Related, Bull. 195533.
Physical and Life Scientists, Bull. 1955-21.
Printing and Publishing, Bull. 1955-3.
Protective and Related Service, Bull. 1955-1 1.
Public Utilities, Bull. 1955-23.
Railroad, Bull. 1955-17.
Sales, Bull. 1955-13.
Service, Bull. 1955-9.
Small Business, Bull. 1955-26.
Social Service, Bull. 1955-32.
Tomorrow’s Jobs, Bull. 1955-1.
Occupational Projections and Training Data, Bull. 1918 (1976).
Occupational Supply: Concepts and Sources of Data for Manpower
Analysis, Bull. 1816 (1974).

MOTOR VEHICLE MANUFACTURING (See also Employment;
Occupational Outlook.)
Collective Bargaining in the Motor Vehicle and Equipment Indus­
try, Rpt. 479 (1976).
Industry Wage Survey: Motor Vehicles and Parts, 1973-74, Bull.
1912 ( 1976).
Technological Change and its Labor Impact in Five Industries,
Bull. 1961 (1977).
Wage Chronology: Ford Motor Company: June 1941-Sept. 1973,
Bull. 1787 (1973); Oct. 1973-Sept. 1976, supp. to Bull. 1787
(1975) .
NORWAY
Labor Law and Practice in Norway, Rpt. 387 ( 1972).
NURSING HOMES (See Health services.)
OCCUPATIONAL CLASSIFICATION
Tomorrow’s ManpoweriNeeds: Matching Occupational Classifica­
tions to Vocational Education Program Codes, Supp. 3 to Bull.
1606 (1973); Supp. 3 Revised (1975).
OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT (See Employment; Occupa­
tional outlook.)
OCCUPATIONAL INJURIES AND ILLNESSES (See also Occupa­
tional safety and health,)
A Guide to Evaluating Your Firm’s Injury and Illness Experience,
1975
Construction Industries, Rpt. 491 (1977).
Manufacturing Industries, Rpt. 492 (1977).
National Emphasis Program: Foundries, Rpt. 490 (1977).
Services Industries* Rpt. 493 (1977).
Transportation and Public Utilities Industries, Rpt. 494
(1977).
Wholesale and Retail Trade Industries, Rpt. 495 (1977).
An OSHA Guide to Evaluating Your Firm’s Injury and Illness Ex. perience, 1974:
Construction Industries, Rpt. 474 (1976).
Manufacturing Industries, Rpt. 475 (1976).
Service Industries, Rpt. 478 (1976).
Transportation and Public Utilities Industries, Rpt. 476
(1976).
Wholesale and Retail Trade Industries, Rpt. 477 (1976). BLS Handbook of Methods for Surveys and Studies, Bull. 1910
(1976) .*
Chartbook on Occupational Injuries and Illnesses in— 1974, Rpt.
:
460 (1976); 1975, Rpt. 501 (1977).
Evaluating Your Firm’s Injury and Illness Experience (1974): Na­
tional Emphasis Program Industries: Foundries and Metal
Stampings. An OSHA Guide. Rpt. 450 (1976).
Handbook of Labor Statistics: 1972, Bull. 1735 (1972); 1973,
Bull. 1790 (1973); 1974, Bull. 1825 (1974); 1975-Reference
Edition, Bull. 1865 (1975)*; 1976; Bull. 1905 (1976)*; 1977,
Bull. 1966 (1977).*
Injury Rates by Industry: 1969, Rpt. 389 (1971); 1970, Rpt. 406
(1972).
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 ( 1975).*
Occuational Injuries and Illnesses (in the United States), by Indus­
try: July 1-Dec. 31, 1971, Bull. 1798 (1973); 1972, Bull. 1830
(1974); 1973, Bull. 1874 (1975); 1974, Bull. 1932 (1976);
1975, Bull. 1981 (1978).
What Every Employer Needs to Know About OSHA Recordkeep­
ing, Rpt. 412 (1972; Revised 1973); Rpt. 412-2 (1975).*




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Outlook for Technology and Manpower in Printing and Publishing,
Bull. 1774 (1973).
Ph. D. Manpower: Employment, Demand, and Supply, 1972-85,
Bull. 1860 (1975).
Railroad Technology and Manpower in the 1970’s, Bull. 1717
(1972).
Tomorrow’s Manpower Needs: The National Industry-Occupa­
tional Matrix and Other Manpower Data, Bull. 1737 (revision of
Vol. IV of Bull. 1606) (1972).

PLASTICS AND SYNTHETICS
Employee Compensation and Payroll Hours: Plastics and
Synthetics Manufacturing, 1973, Rpt. 498 (1977).
Industry Wage Survey: Miscellaneous Plastics, Sept. 1974, Bull.
1914 (1976).
POLLUTION CONTROL EXPENDITURES
Impact of Federal Pollution Control and Abatement Expenditures
on Manpower Requirements, Bull. 1836 (1975).

OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH (See also Occupa­
tional injuries and illnesses.)

PREMIUM PAY
Major Collective Bargaining Agreements: Hours, Overtime, and
Weekend Work, Bull. 1425-15 (1975).

Major Collective Bargaining Agreements: Safety and Health Provi­
sions, Bull. 1425-16 (1976).
Occupational Safety and Health Statistics: Concepts and Methods:
Rpt. 438 (1975); Rpt. 518 (1977).*

PRICES (See also Consumer Price Index.)
BLS Handbook of Methods for Surveys and Studies, Bull. 1910
(1976).*
Estimating Price Trends of Industrial Countries’ Exports to OPEC,
Bull. 1969 (1977).
Handbook of Labor Statistics: 1972, Bull. 1735 (1972); 1973,
Bull. 1790 (1973); 1974, Bull. 1825 (1974); 1975-Reference
Edition, Bull. 1865 (1975)*; 1976, Bull. 1905 (1976)*; 1977,
Bull. 1966 (1977).*
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*

OCCUPATIONAL TRAINING
Occupational Manpower and Training Needs, Revised 1974, Bull.
1824 (1974).
Occupational Projections and Training Data, Bull. 1918 (1976).
Occupational Training in Selected Metalworking Industries, 1974:
A Report on a Survey of Selected Occupations, Bull. 1976
(1977).*
OIL INDUSTRY (See Petroleum industry.)

PRINTING INDUSTRY (See also Occupational outlook.)

OLDER WORKERS

Outlook for Technology and Manpower in Printing and Publishing,
Bull. 1774 (1973).
Union Wages and Hours: Printing Industry, July 1— 1971, Bull.
:
1744 (1972); 1972, Bull. 1806 (1974); 1973, Bull. 1857 (1975);
1974, Bull. 1881 (1975); 1975, Bull. 1913 (1976); 1976, Bull.
1986 (1978).

The Employment Problems of Older Workers, Bull. 1721 (1971).
PAINT AND VARNISH INDUSTRY (See also Employment.)
Industry Wage Survey: Paints and Varnishes: Nov. 1970, Bull.
1739 (1972); Nov. 1976, Bull. 1973 (1977).

PRODUCTIVITY

PAPER AND PAPER PRODUCTS (See also Employment; Occupa­
tional Outlook.)

BLS Handbook of Methods for Surveys and Studies, Bull. 1910
(1976).*
BLS Publications on Productivity and Technology, Rpt. 461
(1976).
Comparative Growth in Manufacturing Productivity and Labor
Costs in Selected Industrialized Countries, Bull. 1958 (1977).
C urrent Developments in Productivity, 1973-74, Rpt. 436 (1975).
Handbook of Labor Statistics: 1972, Bull. 1735 (1972); 1973,
Bull. 1790 (1973); 1974, Bull. 1825 (1974); 1975-Reference
Edition, Bull. 1865 (1975)*; 1976, Bull. 1905 (1976)*; 1977,
Bull. 1966 (1977).*
Indexes of Output per Man-Hour: Selected Industries: 1972 Edi­
tion, Bull. 1758 (1972); 1973 Edition, Bull. 1780 (1973); 1974
Edition, Bull. 1827 (1974).
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*
Productivity: A Selected, Annotated Bibliography: 1965-71, Bull.
1776 (1973); 1971-75, Bull. 1933 (1977).
Productivity: An International Perspective, Bull. 1811 (1974).*
Productivity and the Economy: Bull. 1779 (Revised 1973); Bull.
1926 (1977).*
Productivity Indexes for Selected Industries: 1975 Edition, Bull.
1890 (1976); 1976 Edition, Bull. 1938 (1977); 1977 Edition,
Bull. 1983 (1977).

Employee Compensation and Payroll Hours: Pulp and Paper
Manufacturing, 1971, Rpt. 427 (1973).
Industry Wage Survey:
Corrugated and Solid Fiber Boxes, Mar. 1976, Bull. 1921
(1977).
Paperboard Containers and Boxes, Mar. 1970, Bull. 1719
(1971).
Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills, Nov. 1972, Bull. 1844
(1975).
Technological Change and Manpower Trends in Five Industries,
Bull. 1856 (1975).
Wage Chronology: International Paper Co., Southern Kraft Divi­
sion: Dec. 1937-May 1973, Bull. 1788 (1973); June 1973-May
1977, supp. to Bull. 1788 (1976).
PENSIONS (See Retirement plans.)
PETROLEUM INDUSTRY (See also Employment; Occupational
outlook.)
Industry Wage Survey:
Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas Production, Aug. 1972,
Bull. 1797 (1973).
Petroleum Refining: Apr. 1971, Bull. 1741 (1972); Apr. 1976,
Bull. 1948 (1977).
Wage Chronology:
Atlantic Richfield Co. (former facilities o f Sinclair Oil Compa­
nies): 1941-72, Bull. 1771 (1973); Jan. 1973-Jan. 1975,
supp. to Bull. 1771 (1974).
Atlantic Richfield and the Oil Workers (Former Sinclair Oil
Facilities): 1941-77, Bull. 1915 (1976); 1977-79, supp. to
Bull. 1915 (1977).

PROJECTIONS (See also Occupational outlook.)
BLS Handbook of Methods for Surveys and Studies, Bull. 1910
(1976).*
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*
Projections of the Post-Vietnam Economy, 1975, Bull. 1733
(1972).
The Structure of the U.S. Economy in 1980 and 1985, Bull. 1831
(1975).*
The U.S. Economy in 1985: A Summary of BLS Projections, Bull.
1809 (1974).
Tomorrow’s Manpower Needs: Research Report on Manpower
Projection Methods, Bull. 1769 (1973).

PHILIPPINES
Labor Law and Practice in the Philippines, Rpt. 403 (1972).




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Tomorrow’s Manpower Needs: The National Industry-Occupa­
tional Matrix and Other Manpower Data, Bull. 1737 (Vol. IV
Revised of Bull. 1606) (1972).

SHOE INDUSTRY (See Footwear.)

PUBLIC EMPLOYEES (See Government employees.)

STEEL INDUSTRY (See also Employment; Occupational out­
look.)

PUBLIC UTILITIES (See Utilities.)

Collective Bargaining in the Basic Steel Industry, Rpt. 489 (1977).
Employee Compensation and Payroll Hours: Basic Steel Manufac­
turing, 1969, Rpt. 400 (1972).
Industry Wage Survey:
Basic Iron and Steel, Sept. 1972, Bull. 1839 (1975).
Fabricated Structural Steel, Nov. 1974, Bull. 1935 (1977).
Iron and Steel Foundries, Nov. 1973, Bull. 1894 (1976).
Technological Change and Manpower Trends in Five Industries,
Bull. 1856 (1975).
Wage Chronology: United States Steel Corporation and United
Steelworkers of America (AFL-CIO): Mar. 1937-Apr. 1974,
Bull. 1814 (1974); May 1974-July 1977, supp. to Bull. 1814
(1975) .

SPANISH-ORIGIN WORKERS (See Minority workers )

RAILROADS (See also Occupational outlook.)
Handling of Rail Disputes Under the Railway Labor Act, 1950-69,
Bull. 1753 (1972).
Railroad Technology and Manpower in the 1970’s, Bull. 1717
(1972).
Technological Change and its Labor Impact in Five Industries,
Bull. 1961 (1977).
RECALL
Major Collective Bargaining Agreements: Layoff, Recall, and
Worksharing Procedures, Bull. 1425-13 (1972).

STRIKES (See Work stoppages.)

RETAIL TRADE (See Trade, wholesale and retail.)

SUPPLEMENTARY COMPENSATION
Wages and benefits.)

RETIREMENT PLANS

Labor Law and Practice in the Republic of China (Taiwan), Rpt.
404 (1972).
TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE

RUBBER INDUSTRY (See also Employment; Tire Industry.)

BLS Handbook of Methods for Surveys and Studies, Bull. 1910
(1976) .*
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*
Outlook for Technology and Manpower in Printing and Publishing,
Bull. 1774 (1973).
Railroad Technology and Manpower in the 1970’s, Bull. 1717
(1972).
Technological Change and its Labor Impact in Five Industries,
Bull. 1961 (1977).
Technological Change and Manpower Trends in Five Industries,
Bull. 1856 (1975).
Technological Change and Manpower Trends in Six Industries,
Bull. 1817 (1974).

Collective Bargaining in the Rubber Industry, Rpt. 458 (1976).
Wage Chronology: Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. and B.F.
Goodrich Co. (Akron Plants): 1937-73, Bull. 1762 (1972); Apr.
1973-Apr 1976, supp. to Bull. 1762 (1975).
SAFETY (See Occupational safety and health.)
SAUDI ARABIA
Labor Law and Practice in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Rpt. 407
(1972) .
SCIENTISTS (See also Occupational outlook.)

TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH INDUSTRY (See Communica­
tions. )

Employment of Scientists and Engineers, 1950-70, Bull. 1781
(1973) .
Impact of Federal Pollution Control and Abatement Expenditures
on Manpower Requirements, Bull. 1836 (1975).
Scientific and Technical Personnel in Industry, 1969, Bull. 1723
(1971).

TEXTILE INDUSTRY (See also Employment; Occupational Out­
look.)
Employee Compensation and Payroll Hours: Textile Manufactur­
ing, 1973, Rpt. 480 (1976).
Industry Wage Survey:
Synthetic Fibers: Dec. 1970, Bull. 1740 (1972); Aug. 1976,
Bull. 1975 (1977).
Textile Dyeing and Finishing: Dec. 1970, Bull, 1757 (1972);
June 1976, Bull. 1967 (1977).
Textiles: Aug. 1971, Bull. 1801 (1974); May 1975, Bull. 1945
(1977).
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*
Technological Change and Manpower Trends in Six Industries,
Bull. 1817 (1974).
Wage Chronology:
Berkshire Hathaway, Inc., and the Textile Workers: June
1943-Apr. 1975, Bull. 1849 (1975); 1975-78, supp. to Bull.
1849 (1977).
Dan River, Inc.: May 1943-Jan. 1972, Bull. 1767 (1973); Jan.
1973-June 1974, supp. to Bull. 1767 (1975).
Dan River, Inc., and the Textile Workers (UTWA), 1943-76,
Bull. 1934 (1976).
FMC Corporation, Chemical G roup-Fiber Division (formerly
the American Viscose Division) and the Textile Workers
Union of America, June 1968-June 1974, supp. to Bull.
1560 (1974).

SENIORITY
Administration

of

SERVICE INDUSTRIES
A Guide to Evaluating Your F inn’s Injury and Illness Experience,
1975: Services Industries, Rpt. 493 (1977).
An OSHA Guide to Evaluating Your Firm’s Injury and Illness Ex­
perience, 1974: Service Industries, Rpt. 478 (1976).
SHIPYARDS (See also Employment.)
Industry Wage Survey: Shipbuilding and Repairing, Sept. 1976,
Bull. 1968 (1977).
Wage Chronology:
Bethlehem Steel Corporation (Shipbuilding Department) and
the IUMSW: June 1941- Aug. 1975, Bull. 1866 (1975);
1975-78, supp. to Bull. 1866 (1977).
Pacific Coast Shipbuilding Association and Various Unions,
1941-77, Bull. 1982 (1978).




Compensation;

TAIWAN

Coverage and Vesting of Full-Time Employees Under Private
Retirement Plans, Rpt. 423 (1973).*
Early Retirement Provisions o f Pension Plans, 1971, Rpt 429
(1974).

Major Collective Bargaining Agreements:
Seniority, Bull. 1425-14 (1972).

(See

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FMC Corp., Chemical G roup-Fiber Division, and the TWUA,
1945-77, Bull. 1924 (1976).

New Procedures for Estimating Unemployment in States and Local
Areas, Rpt. 432 (1974).*
Some Social Aspects of Unemployment, Rpt. 469 (1976).
Unemployment: Measurement Problems and Recent Trends, Rpt.
445 (1975).*
Who are the Unemployed? A Chartbook, Bull. 1965 (1977).

THAILAND
Labor Law and Practice in Thailand, Rpt. 405 (1972).
TIRE INDUSTRY (See also Rubber industry.)

UNION MEMBERSHIP

Technological Change and Manpower Trends in Six Industries,
Bull. 1817 (1974).

TRAINING (See Occupational training.)

BLS Handbook of Methods for Surveys and Studies, Bull. 1910
(1976).*
Brief History of the American Labor Movement, Bull. 1000,
Bicentennial Edition (1976).*
Directory of National Unions and Employee Associations: 1971,
Bull. 1750 (1972): 1973 (unnumbered) (1974); 1975, Bull.
1937 (1977).*
Handbook of Labor Statistics: 1972, Bull. 1735 (1972); 1973,
Bull. 1790 (1973); 1974, Bull. 1825 (1974); 1975-Reference
Edition, Bull. 1865 (1975)*; 1976, Bull. 1905 (1976)*; 1977,
Bull. 1966 (1977).*
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*
Selected Earnings and Demographic Characteristics of Union
Members, 1970, Rpt. 417 (1972).
U.S. Workers and Their Jobs: The Changing Picture, Bull. 1919
(1976) .*

TRANSPORTATION (See also Occupational outlook.)

UNIONS (See Labor organizations.)

A Guide to Evaluating Your Firm’s Injury and Illness Experience,
1975: Transportation and Public Utilities Industries, Rpt. 494
(1977) .
An OSHA Guide to Evaluating Your Firm’s Injury and Illness Ex­
perience, 1974: Transportation and Public Utilities Industries,
Rpt. 476 (1976).
Industry Wage Survey: Scheduled Airlines, Aug. 1970, Bull. 1734
(1972); Aug.- Nov. 1975, Bull. 1951 (1977).

URUGUAY

TRADE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL (See also Occupational out­
look. )
A Guide to Evaluating Your F inn’s Injury and Illness Experience,
1975: Wholesale and Retail Trade Industries, Rpt. 495 (1977).
An OSHA Guide to Evaluating Your Firm’s Injury and Illness Ex­
perience, 1974: Wholesale and Retail Trade Industries, Rpt. 477
(1976) .
Technological Change and its Labor Impact in Five Industries
(Retail Trade), Bull. 1961 (1977).
Technological Change and Manpower Trends in Five Industries
(Wholesale Trade), Bull. 1856 (1975).

Labor Law and Practice in Uruguay, Rpt. 392 (1972).
U.S.S.R.
Labor in the U.S.S.R., Rpt. 414 (1972).
UTILITIES (See also Occupational outlook.)
A Guide to Evaluating Your Firm’s Injury and Illness Experience,
1975: Transportation and Public Utilities Industries, Rpt. 494
(1977) .
An OSHA Guide to Evaluating Your Firm’s Injury and Illness Ex­
perience, 1974: Transportation and Public Utilities Industries,
Rpt. 476 (1976).
Industry Wage Survey: Electric and Gas Utilities, Nov. 1972, Bull.
1834 (1975).
Wage Chronology:
Commonwealth Edison Company of Chicago and International
Brotherhood o f Electrical Workers: Oct. 1945-Mar. 1974,
Bull. 1808 (1974); 1974-77, supp. to Bull. 1808 (1976).
Pacific Gas and Electric Company: 1943-73, Bull. 1761
(1972); 1972-76, supp. to Bull. 1761 (1977).

TRUCKDRIVERS (See also Occupational outlook.)
Union Wages and Hours: Local Truckdrivers and Helpers, July 1—
:
1971, Bull. 1756 (1972);, 1972, Bull. 1802 (1973); 1973, Bull.
1840 (1975); 1974, Bull. 1882 (1975); 1975, Bull. 1917 (1976);
1976, Bull. 1984 (1978).
UNEMPLOYMENT
BLS Handbook of Methods for Surveys and Studies, Bull. 1910
(1976).*
* CETA Area Employment and Unemployment:
Jan. 1975-May 1976, Rpt. 472 and supp. (1976).*
1975 Annual Averages, Rpt. 473 (1976).*
CETA Prime Sponsors, Program Agents, and Areas of Substantial
Unemployment: Labor Force, Employment, and Unemployment,
Jan. 1975-Feb. 1976, Rpt. 466 (1976).*
Employment in Perspective:
Job Loss and Other Factors Behind the Recent Increase in
Unemployment, Rpt. 446 (1975).
Regional Aspects of Unemployment, 1969-70, Rpt. 395
(1971).
Unemployment Among Household Heads, Rpt. 443 (1975).
Unemployment of Black Workers, Rpt. 416 (1972).
Estimating State and Local Unemployment: Problems and Perspec­
tives, Rpt. 500 (1977).
Geographic Profile of Employment and Unemployment: 1971, Rpt.
402 (1972); 1972, Rpt. 421 (1973); 1973, Rpt. 431 (1974);
1974, Rpt. 452 and supp. (1976); 1975, Rpt. 481 (1976); 1976,
Rpt. 504 (1977).*
Handbook of Labor Statistics: 1972, Bull. 1735 (1972); 1973,
Bull. 1790 (1973); 1974, Bull. 1825 (1974); 1975-Reference
Edition, Bull. 1865 (1975)*; 1976, Bull. 1905 (1976)*; 1977,
Bull. 1966 (1977).*
How the Government Measures Unemployment,Rpt. 418 (1973);
Rpt. 505 (1977).*
International Comparisons of Unemployment, Bull. 1979 (1978).
Labor Force and Unemployment, Rpt. 486 (1976).*
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*




VENEZUELA
Labor Law and Practice in Venezuela, Rpt. 386 (1972).
VETERANS
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Occupational Manpower and Training Needs, Revised 1974, Bull.
1824 (1974).
Occupational Projections and Training Data, Bull. 1918 (1976).
Tomorrow’s Manpower Needs; Matching Occupational Classifica­
tions to Vocational Education Program Codes, Supp. 3 to Bull.
1606 (1973); Supp. 3 revised (1975).
WAGES AND BENEFITS (See also Compensation; Earnings.)
General

BLS Handbook of Methods for Surveys and Studies, Bull. 1910
(1976) .*
Directory of Occupational Wage Surveys, Jan. 1950-Dec. 1975,
Rpt. 468 (1976); Jan. 1970-Dec. 1976. Rpt. 506 (1977).
Directory of Wage Chronologies, 1948-June 1977, Rpt. 503
(1977) .

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Cincinnati, Ohio-Ky.-Ind.: Feb. 1972, Bull. 1725-56; Feb. 1973,
Bull. 1775- 53; Feb. 1974, Bull. 1795-16; Feb. 1975, Supp. to
Bull. 1795-16; Mar. 1976, Bull. 1900-7; July 1977, Bull. 195045.
Cleveland, Ohio: Sept. 1971, Bull. 1725-17; Sept. 1972, Bull.
1775-15; Sept. 1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-15; Sept. 1974, Bull.
1850-17; Sept. 1975, Bull. 1850-64; Sept. 1976, Bull. 1900-62.
Columbus, Ohio: Oct. 1971, Bull. 1725-19; Oct. 1972, Bull. 177523; Oct. 1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-23; Oct. 1974, Supp. 2 to
Bull. 1775-23; Oct. 1975, Bull. 1850-78; Oct. 1976, Bull. 1900-

Employee Compensation in the Private Nonfarm Economy: 1968,
Bull. 1722 (1972); 1970, Bull. 1770 (1973); 1972, Bull. 1873
(1975) ; 1974, Bull. 1963 (1977).
Handbook of Labor Statistics: 1972, Bull. 1735 (1972); 1973,
Bull. 1790 (1973); 1974, Bull. 1825 (1974); 1975-Reference
Edition, Bull. 1865 (1975)*; 1976, Bull. 1905 (1976)*; 1977,
Bull. 1966 (1977).*
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*
U.S. Workers and Their Jobs: The Changing Picture, Bull. 1919
(1976) .*

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Area wage surveys (metropolitan areas)

Corpus Christi, Tex.: July 1974, Bull. 1850-3; July 1975, Bull
1850-37; July 1976, Bull. 1900-41; July 1977, Bull. 1950-35.
Dallas, Tex.: Oct. 1971, Bull. 1725-26; Oct. 1972, Bull. 1775-25;
Oct. 1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-25.
Dallas-Fort Worth, Tex.: Oct. 1974, Supp. 2 to Bull. 1775-25; Oct.
1975, Bull. 1850-59; Oct. 1976, Bull. 1900-63.
Davenport-Rock Island-Moline, Iowa-Ill.: Feb. 1972, Bull. 1725-55;
Feb. 1973, Bull. 1775-57; Feb. 1974, Bull. 1795-14; Feb. 1975,
Supp. 1 to Bull. 1795-14; Feb. 1976, Bull. 1900-25; May 1977,
Bull. 1950-26.
Dayton, Ohio: Dec. 1971, Bull. 1725-36; Dec. 1972, Bull. 177534; Dec. 1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-34; Dec. 1974, Bull. 185014; Dec. 1975, Bull. 1850-73; Dec. 1976, Bull. 1900-78.
Daytona Beach, Fla.: Aug. 1974, Bull. 1850-1; Aug. 1975, Bull.
1850-47; Aug. 1976, Bull. 1900-45; Aug. 1977, Bull. 1950-43.
Denver, Colo.: Dec. 1971, Bull. 1725-44; Dec. 1972, Bull. 177535; Dec. 1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-35.
Denver-Boulder, Colo.: Dec. 1974, Bull. 1850-15; Dec. 1975, Bull.
1850-82; Dec. 1976, Bull. 1900-73.
Des Moines, Iowa: May 1972, Bull. 1725-86; May 1973, Bull.
1775-72; May 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-72.
Detroit, Mich.: Feb. 1972, Bull. 1725-68; Mar. 1973, Bull. 177589; Mar. 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-89; Mar. 1975, Bull. 185022; Mar. 1976, Bull. 1900-15; Mar. 1977, Bull. 1950-13.
Durham, N.C.: Apr. 1972, Bull. 1725-64; Apr. 1973, Bull. 177561; Dec. 1973, Bull. 1795-9.
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood and West Palm Beach, Fla.: Apr.
1972, Bull. 1725-74; Apr. 1973, Bull. 1775-64; Apr. 1974, Supp.
1 to Bull. 1775-64.
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood and West Palm Beach-Boca Raton,
Ha.: Apr. 1975, Bull. 1850-26; Apr. 1976, Bull. 1900-20.
Fort Worth, Tex.: Oct. 1971, Bull. 1725-21; Oct. 1972, Bull. 177524; Oct. 1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-24.
Fresno, Calif.: June 1975, Bull. 1850-61; June 1976, Bull. 190029; June 1977, Bull. 1950-30.
Gainesville, Fla.: Sept. 1974, Bull. 1850-11; Sept. 1975, Bull.
1850-57; Sept. 1976, Bull. 1900-54; Sept. 1977, Bull. 1950-46.
Green Bay, Wis.: July 1971, Bull. 1725-3; July 1972, Bull. 1775-1;
July 1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-1; July 1974, Supp. 2 to Bull.
1775-1; July 1975, Bull. 1850-44; July 1976, Bull. 1900-37; July
1977, Bull. 1950-36.
Greensboro-Winston Salem-High Point, N.C.: Aug. 1974, Bull.
1850-2; Aug. 1975, Bull. 1850-49; Aug. 1976, Bull. 1900-47;
Aug. 1977, Bull. 1950-42.
Greenville, S.C.: May 1972, Bull. 1725-66; May 1973, Bull. 177586; May 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-86.
Greenville-Spartanburg,» S.C.: June 1975, Bull. 1850-42; June
1976, Bull. 1900-36; June 1977, Bull. 1950-33.
Guam, Territory of: Jan. 1972, Rpt. 410.
Hartford, Conn.: Mar. 1975, Bull. 1850-28; Mar. 1976, Bull. 190014; Mar. 1977, Bull. 1950-9.
Houston, Tex.: Apr. 1972, Bull. 1725-79; Apr. 1973, Bull. 177571; Apr. 1974 Bull. 1795-22; Apr. 1975, Supp. 1 to Bull. 179522; Apr. 1976, Bull. 1900-26; Aug. 1977, Bull. 1950-48.
Huntsville, Ala.: Feb. 1972, Bull. 1725-50; Feb. 1973, Bull. 177548; Feb. 1974, Bull. 1795-13; Feb. 1975, Supp. T to Bull. 179513; Feb. 1976, Bull. 1900-17; Feb. 1977, Bull. 1950-4.
Indianapolis, Ind.: Oct. 1971, Bull. 1725-23; Oct. 1972, Bull. 177527; Oct. 1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-27; Oct. 1974, Supp. 2 to
Bull. 1775-27; Oct. 1975, Bull. 1850-66; Oct. 1976, Bull. 190058.

Note: For dates of publication, see Numerical Listing of Bulletins.
Akron, Ohio: Dec. 1972, Bull. 1775-36; Dec. 1973, Bull. 1795-10;
Dec. 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1795-10; Dec. 1975, Bull. 1850-80;
Dec. 1976, Bull. 1900-76.
Albany-Schenectady-Troy, N.Y.: Mar. 1972, Bull. 1725-49; Mar.
1973, Bull. 1775-62; Mar. 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-62; Sept.
1974, Supp. 2 to Bull. 1775-62; Sept. 1975, Bull. 1850-63; Sept.
1976, Bull. 1900-59.
Albuquerque, N. Mex.: Mar. 1972, Bull. 1725-59; Mar. 1973, Bull.
1775-52; Mar. 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-52.
Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, Pa.-N.J.: May 1972, Bull. 1725-87;
May 1973, Bull. 1775-90; May 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-90.
Anaheim-Santa Ana-Garden Grove, Calif.: Oct. 1974, Bull. 18509; Oct. 1975, Bull. 1850-75; Oct. 1976, Bull. 1900-67.
Atlanta, Ga.: May 1972, Bull. 1725-77; May 1973, Bull. 1775-79;
May 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-79; May 1975, Bull. 1850-25;
May 1976, Bull. 1900-30; May 1977, Bull. 1950-17.
Austin, Tex.: Dec. 1972, Bull. 1775-42; Dec. 1973, Supp. 1 to
Bull. 1775-42; Dec. 1974, Supp. 2 to Bull. 1775-42; Dec 1975,
Bull. 1850-83.
Baltimore, Md.: Aug. 1971, Bull. 1725-16; Aug. 1972, Bull. 177520; Aug. 1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-20; Aug. 1974, Supp. 2 to
Bull. 1775-20; Aug. 1975, Bull. 1850-62; Aug. 1976, Bull. 190052; Aug. 1977, Bull. 1950-39.
Beaumont-Port Arthur-Orange, Tex.: May 1972, Bull. 1725-69;
May 1973, Bull. 1775-82; May 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-82.
Billings, Mont.: July 1974, Bull. 1850-6; July 1975, Bull. 1850-46;
July 1976, Bull. 1900-39; July 1977, Bull. 1950-40.
Binghamton, N.Y.(-Pa.): July 1971, Bull. 1725-6; July 1972, Bull.
1775-5; July 1973, Bull. 1795-1; July 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull.
1795-1; July 1975, Bull. 1850-50; July 1976, Bull. 1900-49.
Birmingham, Ala.: Mar. 1972, Bull. 1725-58; Mar. 1973, Bull.
1775-65; Mar. 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-65; Mar. 1975, Supp.
2 to Bull. 1775-65; Mar. 1976, Bull. 1900-11; Mar. 1977, Bull.
1950-8.
Boise City, Idaho: Nov. 1971, Bull. 1725-27; Nov. 1972, Bull.
1775-32; Nov. 1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-32.
Boston, Mass.: Aug. 1971, Bull. 1725-11; Aug. 1972, Bull. 177513; Aug. 1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-13; Aug. 1974, Supp. 2 to
Bull. 1775-13; Aug. 1975, 1850-58; Aug. 1976, Bull. 1900-53;
Aug. 1977, Bull. 1950-50.
Buffalo, N.Y.: Oct. 1971, Bull. 1725-34; Oct. 1972, Bull. 1775-18;
Oct. 1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-18; Oct. 1974, Supp. 2 to Bull.
1775-18; Oct. 1975, Bull. 1850-69; Oct. 1976, Bull. 1900-70.
Burlington, Vt.: Dec. 1971, Bull. 1725-25; Dec. 1972, Bull. 177528; Dec. 1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-28.
Canton, Ohio: May 1972, Bull. 1725-75; May 1973, Bull. 1775-73;
May 1974, Bull. 1795-23; May 1975, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1795-23;
May 1976, Bull. 1900-28; May 1977, Bull. 1950-28.
Charleston, W. Va.: Mar. 1972, Bull. 1725-63; Mar. 1973, Bull.
1775-74; Mar. 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-74.
Charlotte, N.C.: Jan. 1972, Bull. 1725-48; Jan. 1973, Bull. 177539; Jan. 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-39.
Chattanooga, Tenn.: Sept. 1971, Bull. 1725-14; Sept. 1972, Bull.
1775-14; Sept. 1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-14; Sept. 1974,
Supp. 2 to Bull. 1775-14; Sept. 1975, Bull. 1850-67; Sept. 1976,
Bull. 1900-57, Sept. 1977, Bull. 1950-44.
Chicago, 111.: June 1971, Bull. 1685-90; June 1972, Bull. 1725-92;
May 1973, Bull. 1775-88; May 1974, Bull. 1795-27; May 1975,
Bull. 1850-33; May 1976, Bull. 1900-32; May 1977, Bull. 195041.




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Jackson, Miss.: Jan. 1972, Bull. 1725-38; Jan. 1973, Bull. 1775-44;
Jan. 1974, Bull. 1795-12; Feb. 1975, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1795-12;
Feb. 1976, Bull. 1900-8; Jan. 1977, Bull. 1950-2.
Jacksonville, Fla.: Dec. 1971, Bull. 1725-39; Dec. 1972, Bull.
1775-31; Dec. 1973, Bull. 1795-8; Dec. 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull.
1795-8; Dec. 1975, Bull. 1850-81; Dec. 1976, Bull. 1900-80.
Kansas City, Mo.-Kans.: Sept. 1971, Bull. 1725-18; Sept. 1972,
Bull. 1775-17; Sept. 1973, Bull. 1795-4; Sept. 1974, Supp. 1 to
Bull. 1795-4; Sept. 1975, Bull. 1850-55; Sept. 1976, Bull. 185055; Sept. 1976, Bull. 1900-60.
Lawrence-Haverhill, Mass.-N.H.: June 1972, Bull. 1725-81; June
1973, Bull. 1775-93; June 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-93.
Lexington, Ky: Nov. 1972, Bull. 1775-22; Nov. 1973, Supp. 1 to
Bull. 1775-22.
Lexington-Fayette, Ky.: Nov. 1974, Supp. 2 to Bull. 1775-22; Nov.
1975, Bull. 1850-84.
Little Rock-North Little Rock, Ark.: July 1971, Bull. 1725-4; July
1972, Bull. 1775-2; July 1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-2.
Los Angeles-Long Beach, Calif.: Oct. 1975, Bull. 1850-86; Oct.
1976, Bull. 1900-77.
Los Angeles-Long Beach and Anaheim-Santa Ana-Garden Grove,
Calif.: Mar. 1972. Bull. 1725-76; Oct. 1972, Bull. 1775-38; Oct.
1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-38; Oct. 1974, Supp. 2 to Bull.
1775-38.
Louisville, Ky.-Ind.: Nov. 1971, Bull. 1725-29; Nov. 1972, Bull.
1775-37; Nov. 1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-37; Nov. 1974, Bull.
1850-12; Nov. 1975, Bull. 1850-79; Nov. 1976, Bull. 1900-69.
Lubbock, Tex.: Mar. 1972, Bull. 1725-57; Mar. 1973, Bull. 177555; Mar. 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-55.
Manchester, N.H.: July 1971, Bull. 1725-2; July 1972, Bull. 17758; July 1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-8.
Melbourne-Titusville-Cocoa, Fla.: Aug. 1973, Bull. 1795-2; Aug.
1974, Bull. 1850-5; Aug. 1975, Bull. 1850-54.
Memphis, Tenn.-Ark. (-Miss.): Nov. 1971, Bull. 1725-40; Nov.
1972, Bull. 1775-30; Nov. 1973, Bull. 1795-11; Nov. 1974,
Supp. 1 to Bull. 1795-11; Nov. 1975, Bull. 1850-85; Nov. 1976,
Bull. 1900-75.
Metropolitan Areas, United States and Regional Summaries: 197071, Bull. 1685-92; 1971-72, Bull. 1725-96; 1972-73, Bull. 177598; 1973-74, Bull. 1795-29; 1975, Bull. 1850-89.
Miami, Fla.: Nov. 1971, Bull. 1725-28; Nov. 1972, Bull. 1775-29;
Nov. 1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-29; Oct. 1974, Supp. 2 to Bull.
1775-29; Oct. 1975, Bull. 1850-76; Oct. 1976, Bull. 1900-66.
Midland and Odessa, Tex.: Jan. 1972, Bull. 1725-37; Jan. 1973,
Bull. 1775-41; Jan. 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-41.
Milwaukee, Wis.: May 1972, Bull. 1725-83; May 1973, Bull. 177583; May 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-83; Apr. 1975, Bull. 185021; Apr. 1976, Bull. 1900-22; Apr. 1977, Bull. 1950- 14.
Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.-Wis.: Jan. 1972, Bull. 1725-45; Jan.
1973, Bull. 1775-49; Jan. 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-49; Jan.
1975, Bull. 1850,20; Jan. 1976, Bull. 1900-3; Jan. 1977, Bull.
1950-3.

Muskegon-Muskegon Heights, Mich.: June 1972, Bull. 1725-85;
June 1973, Bull. 1775-91; June 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-91.
Nassau-Suffolk, N.Y.: June 1975, Bull. 1850-39; June 1976, Bull.
1900-35; June 1977, Bull. 1950-27.
New Haven, Conn.: Jan. 1972, Bull. 1725-41; Jan. 1973, Bull.
1775-46; Jan. 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-46.
New Orleans, La.: Jan. 1972, Bull. 1725-35; Jan. 1973, Bull. 177547; Jan. 1974, Bull. 1795-15; Jan. 1975, Supp. 1 to Bull. 179515; Jan. 1976, Bull. 1900-2; Jan. 1977, Bull. 1950-5.
New York, N.Y.-N.J.: Apr. 1972, Bull. 1725-90; Apr. 1973, Bull.
1775-94; May 1975, Bull. 1850-45; May 1976, Bull. 1900-48;
May 1977, Bull. 1950-31.
New York and Nassau-Suffolk, N.Y.: Apr. 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull.
1775-94.
Newark, N.J.: Jan. 1975, Bull. 1850-18; Jan. 1976, Bull. 1900-10;
Jan. 1977, Bull. 1950-7.
Newark and Jersey City, N.J.: Jan. 1972, Bull. 1725-52; Jan. 1973,
Bull. 1775-50; Jan. 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-50.
Norfolk-Portsmouth and Newport News-Hampton, Va.: Jan. 1972,
Bull. 1725-42.
Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Portsmouth, Va.-N.C.: May 1975, Bull.
1850-29; May 1976, Bull. 1900-27; May 1977, Bull. 1950-20.




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Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Portsmouth and Newport News-Hampton,
V a.(-N .C): Jan. 1973, Bull. 1775-51; Jan. 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull.
1775-51; May 1975, Bull. 1850-30; May 1976, Bull. 1900-33;
May 1977, Bull. 1950-21.
Northeast Pennsylvania: Aug. 1974, Bull. 1850-8; Aug. 1975, Bull.
1850-52; Aug. 1976, Bull. 1900-43; Aug. 1977, Bull. 1950-38.
Oklahoma City, Okla.: July 1971, Bull. 1725-8; July 1972, Bull.
1775-6; July 1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-6; Aug. 1974, Bull.
1850-7; Aug. 1975, Bull. 1850-51; Aug. 1976, Bull. 1900-42;
Aug. 1977, Bull. 1950-49.
Omaha, Nebr.-Iowa: Sept. 1971, Bull. 1725-13; Sept. 1972, Bull.
1775-16; Sept. 1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-16; Oct. 1974, Bull.
1850-10; Oct. 1975, Bull. 1850-56; Oct. 1976, Bull. 1900-61.
Paterson-Clifton-Passaic, N.J.: June 1972, Bull. 1725-88; June
1973, Bull. 1775-92; June 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-92; June
1975, Bull. 1850-38; June 1976, Bull. 1900-38, June 1977, June
1977, Bull. 1950-34.
Philadelphia, Pa.-N.J.: Nov. 1971, Bull. 1725-62; Nov. 1972, Bull.
1775-45; Nov. 1973, Bull. 1795-19; Nov. 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull.
1795-19; Nov. 1975, Bull. 1850-65; Nov. 1976, Bull. 1900-64.
Phoenix, Ariz.: June 1972, Bull. 1725-94; June 1973, Bull. 177596; June 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-96.
Pittsburgh, Pa.: Jan. 1972, Bull. 1725-46; Jan. 1973, Bull. 1775-67;
Jan. 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-67; Jan. 1975, Supp. 2 to Bull.
1775-67; Jan. 1976, Bull 1900-1; Jan. 1977, Bull. 1950-1.
Portland, Maine: Nov. 1971, Bull. 1725-22; Nov. 1972, Bull. 177521; Nov. 1973, Bull. 1795-6; Nov. 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 17956; Nov. 1975, Bull. 1850-72; Dec. 1976, Bull, 1900-72.
Portland, Oreg.-Wash.: May 1972, Bull. 1725-89; May 1973, Bull.
1775-87; May 1974, Bull. 1795-26; May 1975, Bull. 1850-40;
May 1976, Bull. 1900-51; May 1977, Bull. 1950-32.
Poughkeepsie, N.Y.: June 1975, Bull. 1850-70; June 1976, Bull.
1900-50, June 1977, Bull. 1950-25.
Poughkeepsie-Kingston-Newburgh, N.Y.: June 1972, Bull. 172580; June 1973, Bull. 1775-85; June 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 177585; June 1975, Bull. 1850-68; June 1976, Bull. 1900-55.
Providence-Warwick-Pawtucket, R.l.-Mass.: May 1972, Bull. 172570; May 1973, Bull. 1775-84; May 1974, Bull. 1795-24; June
1975, Bull. 1850-27; June 1976, Bull. 1900-31; June 1977, Bull.
1950-22.
Raleigh, N.C.: Aug. 1971, Bull. 1725-5; Aug. 1972, Bull. 1775-7;
Dec. 1973, Bull. 1795-7.
Raleigh-Durham, N.C.: Feb. 1975, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1795-7; Feb.
1976, Bull. 1900-18.
Richmond, Va.: Mar. 1972, Bull. 1725-72; Mar. 1973, Bull. 177568; Mar. 1974, Bull. 1795-25; June 1975, Bull. 1850-41; June
1976, Bull. 1900-34; June 1977, Bull. 1950-22.
Riverside-San Bemardino-Ontario, Calif.: Dec. 1972, Bull. 177560; Dec. 1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-60.
Rochester, N.Y.: July 1971, Bull. 1725-7; July 1972, Bull. 1775-4.
Rockford, 111.: June 1972, Bull. 1725-84; June 1973, Bull. 1775-80;
June 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-80.
Sacramento, Calif.: Dec. 1974, Bull. 1850-19; Dec. 1975, Bull.
1850-87; Dec. 1976, Bull. 1900-71.
Saginaw, Mich.: Nov. 1974, Bull. 1850-16; Nov. 1975, Bull. 185071; Nov. 1976, BU11. 1900-74.
St. Louis, Mo.-111.: Mar. 1972, Bull. 1725-61; Mar. 1973, Bull.
1775-69; Mar. 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-69; Mar. 1975, Supp.
2 to Bull. 1775-69; Mar. 1976, Bull. 1900-19; Mar. 1977, Bull.
1950-10.
Salt Lake City, Utah: Nov. 1971, Bull. 1725-24; Nov. 1972, Bull.
1775-33; Nov. 1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-33; Nov. 1974, Supp.
2 to Bull. 1775-33.
Salt Lake City-Ogden, Utah: Nov. 1975, Bull. 1850-74; Nov. 1976,
Bull. 1900-65.
San Antonio, Tex.: May 1972, Bull. 1725-67; May 1973, Bull.
1775-78; May 1974, Bull. 1795-21; May 1975, Bull. 1850-23;
May 1976, Bull. 1900-23, May 1977, Bull. 1950-24.
San Bernardino-Riverside-Ontario, Calif.: Dec. 1971, Bull. 172543.
San Diego, Calif.: Nov. 1971, Bull. 1725-32; Nov. 1972, Bull.
1775-40; Nov. 1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-40; Nov. 1974, Bull.
1850-13; Nov. 1975, Bull. 1850-77; Nov. 1976, Bull. 1900-79.

San Francisco-Oakland, Calif.: Oct. 1971, Bull. 1725-33; Mar.
1973, Bull. 1775-81; Mar. 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-81; Mar.
1975, Bull. 1850-35; Mar. 1976, Bull. 1900-9; Mar. 1977, Bull.
1950-29.
San Jose, Calif.: Aug. 1971, Bull. 1725-15; Mar. 1972, Bull. 172565; Mar. 1973, Bull. 1775-66; Mar. 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 177566; Mar. 1975, Bull. 1850-36; Mar. 1976, Bull. 1900-13; Mar.
1977, Bull. 1950-19.
Savannah, Ga.: May 1972, Bull. 1725-73; May 1973, Bull. 177577; May 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-77.
Scranton, Pa.: July 1971, Bull. 1725-1; July 1972, Bull. 1775-10;
July 1973, Bull. 1795-3.
Seattle-Everett, Wash.: Jan. 1972, Bull. 1725-47; Jan. 1973, Bull.
1775-56; Jan. 1974, Bull. 1795-17; Jan. 1975, Supp. 1 to Bull.
1795-17; Jan. 1976, Bull. 1900-6; Jan. 1977, Bull. 1950-12.
Selected Metropolitan Areas: 1970-71, Bull. 1685-91; 1971-72,
Bull. 1725-95; 1972-73, Bull. 1775-97; 1973-74, Bull. 1795-28;
1975, Bull. 1850-88.
Sioux Falls, S. Dak.: Dec. 1971, Bull. 1725-30; Dec. 1972, Bull.
1775-43; Dec. 1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-43.
South Bend, Ind.: Mar. 1972, Bull. 1725-60; Mar. 1973, Bull.
1775-54; Mar. 1974, Bull. 1795-18; Mar. 1975, Supp. 1 to Bull.
1795-18; Mar. 1976, Bull. 1900-5.
Spokane, Wash.: June 1972, Bull. 1725-91; June 1973, Bull. 177595; June 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-95.
Stamford, Conn.: May 1976, Bull. 1900-40.
Syracuse, N.Y.: July 1971, Bull. 1725-10; July 1972, Bull. 177511; July 1974, Bull. 1850-4; July 1975, Bull. 1850-43; July 1976,
Bull. 1900-44.
Tampa-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Nov. 1971, Bull. 1725-31; Aug. 1972,
Bull. 1775-9; Aug. 1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-9.
Toledo, Ohio-Mich.: Apr. 1972, Bull. 1725-78; Apr. 1973, Bull.
1775-63; Apr. 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-63; May 1975, Bull.
1850-34; May 1976, Bull. 1900-24; May 1977, Bull. 1950-18.
Trenton, N.J.: Sept. 1971, Bull. 1725-12; Sept. 1972, Bull. 177512; Sept. 1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-12; Sept. 1974, Supp. 2 to
Bull. 1775-12; Sept. 1975, Bull. 1850-60; Sept. 1976, Bull.
1900-56; Sept. 1977, Bull. 1950-47.
Utica-Rome, N.Y.: July 1971, Bull. 1725-9; July 1972, Bull. 17753; July 1975, Bull. 1850-48; July 1977, Bull. 1950-37.
Washington, D.C.-Md.-Va.: Mar 1972, Bull. 1725-93; Mar. 1973,
Bull. 1775-75; Mar. 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-75; Mar. 1975,
Bull. 1850-31; Mar. 1976. Bull. 1900-12; Mar. 1977, Bull. 1950-

Armour and Company and Amalgamated Meat Cutters and
Butcher Workmen of North America, Sept. 1973-Aug.
1976, supp. to Bull. 1682 (1975).
Atlantic Richfield Co. (former facilities of Sinclair Oil Compa­
nies): 1941-72, Bull. 1771 (1973); Jan. 1973-Jan. 1975,
supp. to Bull. 1771 (1974).
Atlantic Richfield and the Oil Workers (Former Sinclair Oil
Facilities): 1941-77, Bull. 1915 (1976); 1977-79, supp. to
Bull. 1915 (1977).
Berkshire Hathaway, Inc., and the Textile Workers: June
1943- Apr. 1975, Bull. 1849 (1975); 1975-78, supp. to Bull.
1849 (1977).
Bethlehem Steel Corporation (Shipbuilding Department) and
the IUMSW: June 1941-Aug. 1975, Bull. 1866 (1975);
1975-78, supp. to Bull. 1866 (1977).
Bituminous Coal Mine Operators and United Mine Workers of
America: Oct. 1933-Nov. 1974, Bull. 1799 (1973); 197477, supp. to Bull. 1799 (1977).
Commonwealth Edison Company of Chicago and International
Brotherhood o f Electrical Workers: Oct. 1945-Mar. 1974,
Bull. 1808 (1974); 1974-77, supp. to Bull. 1808 (1976).
Council of North Atlantic Shipping Associations and the ILA,
1941-77, supp. to Bull 1736 (1976).
Dan River, Inc.: May 1943-Jan. 1972, Bull. 1767 (1973); Jan.
1973-June 1974, supp. to Bull. 1767 (1975).
Dan River, Inc., and the Textile Workers (UTWA), 1943-76,
Bull. 1934 (1976).
FMC Corporation, Chemical Group—
Fiber Division (formerly
the American Viscose Division) and the Textile Workers
Union of America, June 1968-June 1974, supp. to Bull.
1560 (1974).
FMC Corp., Chemical G roup-Fiber Division, and the TWUA,
1945-77, Bull. 1924 (1976).
Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. and B.F. Goodrich Co. (Akron
Plants): 1937-73, Bull. 1762 (1972); Apr. 1973-Apr. 1976,
supp. to Bull. 1762 (1975).
Ford Motor Company. June 1941-Sept. 1973, Bull. 1787
(1973); Oct. 1973- Sept. 1976, supp. to Bull. 1787 (1975).
International Harvester Company: 1946-70, Bull. 1678
(1972) ; 1970-73, supp. to Bull. 1678 (1973).
International Harvester Co. and the Auto Workers, Feb. 1946Sept. 1976, Bull. 1887 (1976).
International Paper Co., Southern Kraft Division: Dec. 1937May 1973, Bull. 1788 (1973); June 1973-May 1977, supp.
to Bull. 1788 ( 1976).
International Shoe Co.: 1945-74, Bull. 1718 (1972); 1972-76,
supp. to Bull. 1718 (1976).
Lockheed-California Company (Div. of Lockheed Aircraft
Corp.) and Machinists’ Union, Mar. 1937-Oct. 1977, Bull.
1904 (1976).
Martin Marietta Aerospace and the Auto Workers: Mar,
1944- Nov. 1975, Bull. 1884 (1976); 1975-78, supp. to Bull.
1884 (1977).
Massachusetts Shoe Manufacturers and United Shoe Workers
of America (AFL-CIO): Jan. 1945-Jan. 1975, Bull. 1800
(1973) ; 1975-77, supp. to Bull. 1800 (1976).
New York City Laundries, 1965-72, supp. to Bull. 1453
(1972).
New York City (Area) Laundries and the Clothing Workers:
Nov. 1945-Nov. 1975, Bull. 1845 (1975); 1975-78, supp. to
Bull. 1845 (1977).
North Atlantic Longshoremen, 1934-71, Bull. 1736 (1972).
Pacific Coast Shipbuilding Association and Various Unions,
1941-77, Bull. 1982 (1978).
Pacific Gas and Electric Company: 1943-73, Bull. 1761
(1972); 1972-76, supp. to Bull. 1761 (1977).
Pacific Longshore Workers, Aug. 1969-July 1975, supp. to
Bull. 1568 (1974).
Pacific
Maritime
Association
and
the
International
Longshoremen’s and Warehousemen’s Union, 1934-78, Bull.
1960 (1977).
Rockwell International (Electronics, North American Aircraft/Space Operations) and the UAW, May 1941-Sept.
1977, Bull. 1893 (1976).

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Waterbury, Conn.: Mar. 1972, Bull. 1725-53; Mar. 1973, Bull.
1775-58; Mar. 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-58.
Waterloo, Iowa: Nov. 1971, Bull. 1725-20; Nov. 1972, Bull. 177526; Nov. 1973, Bull. 1795-5.
Westchester County, N.Y.: May 1975, Bull. 1850-53; May 1976,
Bull. 1900-46.
Wichita, Kans.: Apr. 1972, Bull. 1725-82; Apr. 1973, Bull. 177570; Apr. 1974, Bull. 1795-20; Apr. 1975, Supp. 1 to Bull. I 79520; Apr. 1976, Bull. 1900-21; Apr.1977, Bull. 1950-16.
Worcester, Mass.: May 1972, Bull. 1725-71; May 1973, Bull.
1775-76; May 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-76; May 1975, Bull.
1850-24; Apr. 1976, Bull. 1900-16; Apr. 1977, Bull. 1950-15.
York, Pa.: Feb. 1972, Bull. 1725-54; Feb. 1973, Bull. 1775-59;
Feb. 1974, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-59; Feb. 1975, Bull. 1850-32;
Feb. 1976, Bull. 1900-4; Feb. 1977; Bull. 1950-6.
Youngstown-Warren, Ohio: Nov. 1971, Bull. 1725-51; Nov. 1972,
Bull. 1775-19; Nov. 1973, Supp. 1 to Bull. 1775-19.
Specified employers and unions

Wage Chronology:
Aluminum Co. of America with United Steelworkers of Amer­
ica and Aluminum Workers International Union; Nov. 1939Jan. 1974, Bull. 1815 (1974); Feb. 1974-May 1977, supp.
to Bull. 1815 (1975).
American Telephone and Telegraph Com pany-Long Lines
Department, and Communications Workers of America
(AFL-CIO): Oct. 1940-July 1974, Bull. 1812 (1974); July
1974-Aug. 1977, supp. to Bull. 1812 (1976).




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Swift & Company, Jan. 1942-Sept. 1973, Bull. 1773 (1973).
The Anaconda Co. (Montana Mining Div.) and the Steelwork­
ers, 1941-77, Bull. 1953 (1977).
The Boeing Co. (Washington Plants) and International As­
sociation of Machinists, June 1936-OCt. 1977, Bull. 1895
(1976).
United States Steel Corporation and United Steelworkers of
America (AFL-CIO): Mar. 1937-Apr. 1974, Bull. 1814
(1974); May 1974-July 1977, supp. to Bull. 1814 (1975).
Western Union Telegraph Co., 1968-71, supp. to Bull. 1545
(1972).
Western Union Telegraph Co. and the Telegraph Workers and
the Communications Workers, Nov. 1943-July 1976, Bull.
1927 (1976).
Specified industries

Employee Compensation and Payroll Hours:
Banks, 1973, Rpt. 451 (1976).
Basic Steel Manufacturing, 1969, Rpt. 400 (1972)
Bituminous Coal Mining, 1969, Rpt. 399 (1971).
Construction-Special Trade Contractors, 1969, Rpt. 413
(1972) .
Department Stores, 1971, Rpt. 426 (1973).
Drug Manufacturing, 1973, Rpt. 465 (1976).
Heavy Construction Industry, 1971, Rpt. 428 (1974).
Plastics and Synthetics Manufacturing, 1973, Rpt. 498 (1977).
Pulp and Paper Manufacturing, 1971, Rpt. 427 (1973).
Textile Manufacturing, 1973, Rpt. 480 (1976).
Women’s and Misses’ Suits and Coats Manufacturing, 1971,
Rpt. 425 (1973).
Women’s Hosiery Manufacturing, 1969, Rpt. 398 (1977).
Employee Compensation in the PATC Survey Industries: 1972,
Rpt. 442 (1975); 1974, Rpt. 464 (1977).*
Industry Wage Surveys:
Appliance Repair Shops: Sept. 1972, Bull. 1838 (1975); Nov.
1975, Bull. 1936 (1977).
Auto Dealer Repair Shops, June 1973, Bull. 1876 (1975).
Banking, Aug.-Nov. 1973, Bull. 1862 (1975).
Basic Iron and Steel, Sept. 1972, Bull. 1839 (1975).
Candy and Other Confectionery Products: Aug. 1970, Bull.
1732 (1972); Aug. 1975, Bull. 1939 (1977).
Cigar Manufacturing, Mar. 1972, Bull. 1796 (1973).
Cigarette Manufacturing: May-June 1971, Bull. 1748 (1972);
May 1976, Bull. 1944 (1977).
Communications: 1970, Bull. 1751 (1972); 1971, Bull. 1805
(1974); 1972, Bull. 1828 (1974); 1973, Bull. 1854 (1975);
Oct.-Dec. 1974, Bull. 1909 (1976); Oct.-Dec. 1975, Bull.
1954 (1977).
Contract Cleaning Services: July 1971, Bull. 1778 (1973);
July 1974, Bull. 1916 (1976).
Contract Construction: Sept. 1972, Bull. 1853 (1975); Sept.
1973, Bull, 1911 (1976).
Corrugated and Solid Fiber Boxes, Mar. 1976, Bull. 1921
(1977).
Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas Production, Aug. 1972,
Bull. 1797 (1973).
Department Stores, Sept. 1973, Bull. 1869 (1975).
Electric and Gas Utilities, Nov. 1972, Bull. 1834 (1975).
Fabricated Structural Steel, Nov. 1974, Bull. 1935 (1977).
Fertilizer, Mar.-Apr. 1971, Bull. 1763 (1972).
Flour and Other Grain Mill Products, May 1972, Bull. 1803
(1973) .
Fluid Milk, Oct.-Nov. 1973, Bull. 1871 (1975).
Footwear: Mar. 1971, Bull. 1792 (1973); Apr. 1975, Bull.
1946 (1977).
Hosiery: Sept. 1970, Bull. 1743 (1972); Sept. 1973, Bull.
1863 (1975); July 1976, Bull. 1987 (1977).
Hospitals: Aug. 1972, Bull. 1829 (1974); Aug. 1975-Jan.
1976, Bull. 1949 (1977).
Hotels and Motels, June 1973, Bull. 1883 (1975).
Industrial Chemicals: June 1971, Bull. 1768 (1973); June
1976, Bull. 1978 (1977).
Iron and Steel Foundries, Nov. 1973, Bull. 1894 (1976).
Leather Tanning and Finishing, Mar. 1973, Bull. 1835 (1975).




Life Insurance, Dec. 1971, Bull. 1791 (1973).
Machinery Manufacturing: Winter 1970-71, Bull. 1754
(1972); Feb. 1973, Bull. 1859 (1975); Winter 1974-75,
Bull. 1929 (1977).
Meat Products, Mar. 1974, Bull. 1896 (1976).
M en’s and Boys’ Separate Trousers: Jan. 1971, Bull. 1752
(1972): June 1974, Bull. 1906 (1976).
M en’s and Boys’ Shirts (Except Work Shirts) and Nightwear:
Oct. 1971, Bull. 1794 (1973); June 1974, Bull. 1901
(1976).
M en’s and Boys’ Suits and Coats: Apr. 1970, Bull. 1716
(1972); Apr. 1973, Bull. 1843 (1975); Apr. 1976, Bull.
1962 (1977).
Metal Mining, Sept. 1972, Bull. 1820 (1974).
Miscellaneous Plastics, Sept. 1974, Bull. 1914 (1976).
Motor Vehicles and Parts, 1973-74, Bull. 1912 (1976).
Nonferrous Foundries: June 1970, Bull. 1726 (1972); May
1975, Bull. 1952 (1977).
Nursing Homes and Related Facilities: May 19,73, Bull. 1855
(1975) ; May 1976, Bull. 1964 (1977).
Paints and Varnishes: Nov. 1970, Bull. 1739 (1972); Nov.
1976, Bull. 1973 (1977).
Paperboard Containers and Boxes, Mar 1970, Bull. 1719
(1971) .
Petroleum Refining: Apr. 1971, Bull. 1741 (1972); Apr. 1976,
Bull. 1948 (1977).
Pressed or Blown Glass and Glassware, May 1975, Bull. 1923
(1976) .
Pulp. Paper, and Paperboard Mills, Nov. 1972, Bull. 1844
(1975).
Scheduled Airlines: Aug. 1970, Bull. 1734 (1972); Aug.-Nov.
1975, Bull. 1951 (1977).
Shipbuilding and Repairing, Sept. 1976, Bull. 1968 (1977).
Structural Clay Products, Sept. 1975, Bull. 1942 (1977).
Synthetic Fibers: Dec. 1970, Bull. 1740 (1972); Aug. 1976,
Bull. 1975 (1977).
Textile Dyeing and Finishing: Dec. 1970, Bull 1757 (1972);
June 1976, Bull. 1967 (1977).
Textiles: Aug. 1971, Bull. 1801 (1974); May 1975, Bull. 1945
(1977) .
W omen’s and Misses’ Coats and Suits, Aug. 1970, Bull. 1728
(1972) .
W omen’s and Misses’ Dresses: Aug. 1971, Bull. 1783 (1973);
Aug. 1974, Bull. 1908 (1976).
Wood Household Furniture (Except Upholstered): Oct. 1971,
Bull. 1793 (1973); Nov. 1974, Bull. 1930 (1976).
Municipal Labor-Management Relations: Chronology of Compen­
sation Developments in Milwaukee, 1960-70, Bull. 1720 (1971).
State Government Employee Compensation, 1972, Bull. 1899
(1976).
State Government Employee Compensation in— 1972:
,
A la b a m a , R p t . 4 3 3 -1 3 (1 9 7 5 ) .

Alaska, Rpt. 433-5 (1974).
Arizona, Rpt. 433-16 (1975).
Arkansas, Rpt. 433-17 (1975).
California, Rpt. 433-3 (Revised 1975).
Colorado, Rpt. 433-15 (1975).
Connecticut, Rpt. 433-14 (1975).
Delaware, Rpt. 433-19 (1975).
Florida, Rpt. 433-18 (1975).
Georgia, Rpt. 433-22 (1975).
Hawaii, Rpt. 433-21 (1975).
Idaho, Rpt. 433-26 (1975).
Illinois, Rpt. 433-20 (1975).
Indiana, Rpt. 433-27 (1975).
Iowa, Rpt. 433-41 (1975).
Kansas, Rpt. 433-47 (1975).
Kentucky, Rept. 433-46 (1975).
Louisiana, Rpt. 433-42 (1975).
Maine, Rpt. 433-43 (1975).
Maryland, Rpt. 433-44 (1975).
Massachusetts, Rpt. 433-12 (1974).
Michigan, Rpt. 433-1 (1974).
Minnesota, Rpt. 433-4 (1974).
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Mississippi, Rpt. 433-45 (1975).
Missouri, Rpt. 433-48 (1975).
Montana, Rpt. 433-49 (1975).
Nebraska, Rpt. 433-50 (1975).
Nevada, Rpt. 433-33 (1975).
New Hampshire, Rpt. 433-40 (1975).
New Jersey, Rpt. 433-7 (1974).
New Mexico, Rpt. 433-34 (1975).
New York, Rpt. 433-29 (1975).
North Carolina, Rpt. 433-35 (1975).
North Dakota, Rpt. 433-8 (1974).
Ohio, Rpt. 433-2 (1974).
Oklahoma, Rpt. 433-9 (1974).
Oregon, Rpt. 433-36 (1975).
Pennsylvania, Rpt. 433-6 (1974).
Rhode Island, Rpt. 433-37 (1975).
South Carolina, Rpt. 433-38 (1975).
South Dakota, Rept. 433-39 (1975).
Tennessee, Rpt. 433-10 (1974).
Texas, Rpt. 433-25 (1975).
Utah, Rpt. 433-24 (1975).
Vermont, Rpt. 433-11 (1974).
Virginia, Rpt. 433-32 (1975).
Washington, Rpt. 433-28 (1975).
West Virginia, Rpt. 433-23 (1975).
Wisconsin, Rpt. 433-30 (1975).
Wyoming, Rpt. 433-31 (1975).
State Government Employee Compensation, U.S. Summary, 1972,
Rpt. 433 (1975).
Supplementary Compensation in the PATC Survey Industries, Rpt.
419 (1973).*
Union Wages and Hours:
Grocery Stores, July 1-: 1971, Bull. 1772 (1973); 1973, Bull.
1848 (1975); 1975, Bull 1925 (1976).
Printing Industry, July 1-: 1971 Bull. 1744 (1972); 1972,
Bull. 1806 (1974); 1973, Bull. 1857 (1975); 1974, Bull.
1881 (1975); 1975, Bull. 1913 (1976); 1976, Bull. 1986
(1978).
Wage Chronology:
Federal Employees Under the General Schedule, Aug. 1968Oct. 1973, supp. to Bull. 1604 (1974).
Federal Employees Under the General Schedule Pay System:
July 1924-Oct. 1974, Bull. 1870 (1975); 1975, supp. to
Bull. 1870 (1976).
Wage Payment Plans in Manufacturing Industries, Rpt. 516
(1977).
Wages and Demographic Characteristics in the Work Clothing
Manufacturing Industry, Mar. 1972, Bull. 1858 (1975).*

1974, Bull. 1867 (1975); 1975, Bull. 1903 (1976); 1976,
Bull. 1974 (1977).
Local Truckdrivers and Helpers, July 1— 1971, Bull. 1756
:
(1972); 1972, Bull. 1802 (1973); 1973, Bull. 1840 (1975);
1974, Bull. 1882 (1975); 1975, Bull. 1917 (1976); 1976,
Bull. 1984 (1978).
WHOLESALE TRADE (See Trade, wholesale and retail.)
WOMEN WORKERS
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*
U.S. Working Women: A Chartbook, Bull. 1880 (1975).
U.S. Working Women: A Databook, Bull. 1977 (1977).
WORK ATTITUDES
Work Attitudes of Disadvantaged Black Men: A Methodological
Inquiry, Rpt. 401 (1972).
WORK STOPPAGES
Analysis of Work Stoppages: 1970, Bull. 1727 (1972); 1971, Bull.
1777 (1973); 1972, Bull. 1813 (1974); 1973, Bull. 1877 (1975);
1974, Bull. 1902 (1976); 1975, Bull. 1940 (1977).
BLS Handbook of Methods for Surveys and Studies, Bull. 1910
(1976).*
Handbook of Labor Statistics: 1972, Bull. 1735 (1972); 1973,
Bull. 1790 (1973); 1974, Bull. 1825 (1974); 1975-Reference
Edition, Bull. 1865 (1975)*; 1976, Bull. 1905 (1976)*; 1977,
Bull. 1966 (1977).*
U.S. Workers and Their Jobs: The Changing Picture, Bull. 1919
(1976).*
Work Stoppages in Contract Construction, 1962-73, Bull. 1847
(1975) .
Work Stoppages in Government: 1972, Rpt. 434 (1974); 1973,
Rpt. 437 (1975); 1974, Rpt. 453 (1976); 1975, Rpt. 483
(1976) .
WORKING LIFE
Monthly Labor Review Reader, Bull. 1868 (1975).*
WORKSHARING
Major Collective Bargaining Agreements: Layoff, Recall, and
Worksharing Procedures, Bull. 1425-13 (1972).
WORKWEEK
M o n t h l y L a b o r R e v i e w R e a d e r , B u ll. 1868 (1975).*
The Revised Workweek: Results of a Pilot Study of 16 Firms, Bull.
1846 (1975).*

Specified occupations

National Survey of Professional, Administrative, Technical, and
Clerical Pay: June 1971, Bull. 1742 (1972); Mar. 1972, Bull.
1764 (1973); Mar. 1973, Bull. 1804 (1973); Mar. 1974, Bull. 1837
(1974); Mar. 1975, Bull. 1891 (1975); Mar. 1976, Bull. 1931
(1976); Mar. 1977, Bull. 1980 (1977).*
Union Wages and Hours:
Building Trades, July 1-: 1971, Bull. 1747 (1972); 1972, Bull.
1807 (1974); 1973, Bull. 1841 (1975); 1974, Bull. 1889
(1975); 1975, Bull. 1907 (1976); 1976, Bull. 1972 (1977).
Local-Transit Operating Employees, July 1--: 1971, Bull. 1745
(1972); 1972, Bull. 1782 (1973); 1973, Bull 1818 (1974);

YOUTH
Employment in Perspective: Summer Job Situation for Youth:
1971, Rpt. 397 (1971); 1972, Rpt. 415 (1972); 1973, Rpt. 422
(1973); 1975, Rpt. 447 (1975); 1976, Rpt. 447-3 (1976); 1977,
Rpt. 511 (1977).
ZAIRE
Labor Law and Practice in the Republic of Zaire, Rpt. 393
(1972).

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