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November, 1986, Vol. 109, No. 11
Work schedules of Americans:
an overview of new findings
A group of eight articles examines data from a special 1985 household survey covering topics such as the number of workers who moonlight, who work at home, who have flexible hours, or who would prefer to work more or fewer hours per week.
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