Manufacturing continues to play key role in the P.R. job scene

Kantrow, J. Michelle
May 1995
Caribbean Business;5/4/1995, Vol. 23 Issue 18, pH4
Focuses on the key role of the manufacturing segment in the creation of jobs in Puerto Rico. Principal driving force in the island's economy; Employment statistics from 1972 to 1992; Job areas in the service-sector segment; Forecast on demand and occupational availability for fiscal years 1995, 2000 and 2005; White-collar or administrative positions; Blue-collar workers.


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