SHIPBOARD MANPOWER. A STATISTICAL STUDY OF MEN IN THE U. S. MERCHANT MARINE 1962-1963. VOLUME 2. APPENDIXES
NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES-NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL WASHINGTON DC
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The report presents basic information as of 1962-1963 for personnel sailing on ships of the commercial U. S.-flag merchant marine and the Military Sea Transportation Service MSTS. For commercial personnel, information on employment, union and union-management affiliation, age, length of service, attrition, and qualifications is given for MSTS personnel, employment, age, length of service, and qualifications. Information sources include U. S. Coast Guard and MSTS records and a questionnaire survey of the membership of the International Organization of Masters, Mates and Pilots, AFL-CIO. The report is part of the Shipboard Mechanization and Manpower SM and M Study, whose objective is to evaluate the effects of proposed system changes in shipboard equipment and manpower upon the U. S. merchant marine.
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations