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Rates of wages, fluctuation of employment wage and salary payments in Ohio, 1923 by Ohio. Division of Labor Statistics

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Published in Columbus .
Written in English


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Division of labor statistics. Report no. 8

SeriesBulletin of the Department of industrial relations and the Industrial commission of Ohio -- v. 4, no. 2
ContributionsIndustrial Commission of Ohio
The Physical Object
Pagination593 p
Number of Pages593
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Open LibraryOL15252698M

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