This survey project collected data from households in seven counties of Northeast Minnesota, Crow Wing County, and the Port Cities of Duluth and Superior, WI, in order to study the current labor force and report on workers who might be available, under what conditions, and how they can be found. The report includes descriptions of survey findings, preliminary analysis of the data, and comparisons within the data. Factors in the better use of the effective labor force are also discussed. The first section of the report summarizes the report which is detailed in sections B and C. The appendix includes
detailed tables that provide comparisons between under-employment, over-employment and mis-matched employment, plus tables contrasting characteristics of all employed and all unemployed.
other: B2005-1 (Center for Urban and Regional Affairs [CURA] call number)
Funded in part by the Center for Community and Regional Research (CCRR) through a grant from the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA) at the University of Minnesota.
Skurla, James A; Lichty, Richard W; O'Brien, Maureen; McTavish, Donald; Jacobson, Jean; Malik, Nitya; Williams, Joshua; Almquist-Minko, Vickie.
Under, Over, and Mismatched Skills Employment in Northeast Minnesota.
University of Minnesota Duluth.
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