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EDUCATION AND LABOR FORCE ACHIEVEMENT OF NONWHITE MEN, U.S.

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PERCENT IN OCCUPATIONAL GROUPS EMPHASIZING
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OCCUPATIONAL STATUS OF RECENT HIGH SCHOOL GRADURIL

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MEDIAN EARNINGS OF MALE EXPERIENCED CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE, 25-64 YEARS OLD.

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MEDIAN EARNINGS OF MALE EXPERIENCED CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE, 25-64 YEARS OLD.

BY EDUCATION, COLOR, AND SELECTED OCCUPATIONS, 1960

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NEGRO EMPLOYEES AS A PERCENT OF EACH OCCUPATION GROUP,

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*IRCUIBES FARN VORKERS NOT SHOUN SEPARATELY. "UNURE THE TOTAL CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE, INCLUDES MAINLY MANUFACTURING FIRMS. ***ILL NON-TAGE BOARD WORKERS EARNING $4500 AND ABOVE AND IN 6.S. OR P.J.S. CLASSES 5 AND OVER. *** INCLUDES COMBAT FORCES NOT SHOWN SEPARATELY.

SURCE: 1.3. BREAD # THE CURSUS, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, U.S. CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION, AND U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

STATEMENT OF JOHN F. HENNING, UNDER SECRETARY OF LABOR;

ACCOMPANIED BY STANLEY C. RUTTENBERG, SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE SECRETARY, AND KENNETH ROBERTSON, ACTING DEPUTY SOLICITOR

Mr. HENNING. Mr. Chairman, Senator, I would like to introduce my associates, Mr. Kenneth Robertson, the Acting Deputy Solicitor of the Department of Labor, and Mr. Stanley Ruttenberg, Special Assistant to the Secretary of Labor.

Senator CLARK. Yes, we are happy to have you with us; I don't think either of you requires any introduction before this subcommittee.

Mr. HENNING. Senator, our statement has been filed with the subcommittee. Reference is made from time to time in the message to charts which illustrate the points which we seek to develop.

Senator CLARK. I have read your statements, Mr. Secretary, and it seems to me it is a very comprehensive and eloquent statement of the reasons why the Department of Labor supports the principles of fair employment practices legislation. I assume that this statement has been cleared with the Bureau of the Budget and is in accord with the program of the President; is that correct?

Mr. HENNING. Yes.

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