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poor and the hard-core unemployed recommendations for new approaches. by Hard-Core Unemployment Conference West Virginia University 1968.

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Published by Office of Research and Development, Appalachian Center, West Virginia University [distributed by the Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor] in Morgantown .
Written in English



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  • Hard-core unemployed -- United States -- Congresses,
  • Occupational training -- United States -- Congresses

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Edition Notes

StatementEdited by Wil J. Smith.
ContributionsSmith, Wil J., ed., International Association of Personnel in Employment Security. West Virginia Chapter., International Association of Personnel in Employment Security. Pennsylvania Chapter., West Virginia Center for Appalachian Studies on Development. Office of Research and Development.
LC ClassificationsHD5724 .H29 1968
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 111 p.
Number of Pages111
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4697659M
ISBN 100877363110
LC Control Number77632182

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