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Area wage survey. Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News, VA / U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.

New Title: Occupational compensation survey--pay only. Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News, Virginia, metropolitan area
Previous Title: Area wage survey. Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Portsmouth and Newport News-Hampton, Virginia-North Carolina, metropolitan areas
Language(s): English
Published: Washington, DC : The Bureau, 1987-
Subjects: Employee fringe benefits > Virginia > Newport News Metropolitan Area > Statistics > Periodicals.
Employee fringe benefits > Virginia > Virginia Beach Metropolitan Area > Statistics > Periodicals.
Employee fringe benefits > Virginia > Norfolk Metropolitan Area > Statistics > Periodicals.
Wages > Virginia > Newport News Metropolitan Area > Statistics > Periodicals.
Wages > Virginia > Virginia Beach Metropolitan Area > Statistics > Periodicals.
Wages > Virginia > Norfolk Metropolitan Area > Statistics > Periodicals.
Note: Title from caption.
Physical Description: v. ; 21 x 28 cm.
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