Principal Investigator(s): Pager, Devah
Summary: This study examined employers' policies and practices for hiring entry-level workers in the Milwaukee metropolitan area. The study consisted of telephone interviews conducted in the spring of 2002 with 177 employers who had advertised entry-level openings in the prior six months. The survey included questions about the company, such as size, industry, employee turnover, and racial composition, questions about hiring procedures, questions about the last worker hired for a position not... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR03599.v1
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