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Needs of Non-Specialist Young Workers.” This survey “was not concerned with those working in Operational Research or Statistics departments nor with those who are employed as statisticsAuthor: Milo Schield. ‘Statistical Needs of Non‐Specialist Young Workers’ is a report on a s survey to find out the nature of statistical ideas and techniques being used by young people as they enter employment at around following full‐time education. 50 Years of statistics teaching in English schools: Some milestones Article in Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series D (The Statistician) 52(4) - . labour market segmentation, the book addresses the needs of key groups often at the periphery, including young women, workers in the informal economy, migrants and home-care workers. The book argues that effective and efficient labour market regula-tion can contribute to achieving key policy goals of employmentFile Size: 2MB.
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