What Can Time-Use Data Tell Us About Hours of Work?

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Frazis, Harley J. (Harley Jay) and Stewart, Jay. "What Can Time-Use Data Tell Us About Hours of Work?," in United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics. "December 2004, Volume 127, Number 12," Monthly Labor Review (December 2004) : 5-11. https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/6130/item/604896/toc/634865 , accessed on May 29, 2024.

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