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National compensation survey. Chicago-Gary-Kenosha, IL-IN-WI, October 1998 / U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Language(s): English
Published: [Washington, DC] : The Bureau, [1999]
Subjects: Wage surveys > Wisconsin > Kenosha Metropolitan Area > Statistics.
Wage surveys > Indiana > Gary Metropolitan Area > Statistics.
Wage surveys > Illinois > Chicago Metropolitan Area > Statistics.
Occupations > Wisconsin > Kenosha Metropolitan Area > Statistics.
Occupations > Indiana > Gary Metropolitan Area > Statistics.
Occupations > Illinois > Chicago Metropolitan Area > Statistics.
Wages > Wisconsin > Kenosha Metropolitan Area > Statistics.
Wages > Indiana > Gary Metropolitan Area > Statistics.
Wages > Illinois > Chicago Metropolitan Area > Statistics.
Note: "September 1999."
Also available via the Internet through the Bureau of Labor Statistics site in three formats: ASCII file containing the exact published table formats, ASCII file containing positional columns of data, and PDF file containing the entire bulletin.
Physical Description: 1 v. (various pagings) ; 28 cm.
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