For some years the writer has noticed that studies of wage rates available for general use pertain to wage conditions by industry on a national or regional basis. Literature on the subject bears upon methods employed in studies on a wide scale, or on studies of large cities or important concentrated industrial centers. There appears to be a dearth of literature on the subject of conducting wage surveys on a community basis in the smaller cities and less populated areas. Therefore, in the Fall of 1951, the writer, in connection with graduate work and the University of New Mexico, undertook a survey of the City of Albuquerque, New Mexico, to learn something of the problems peculiar to a city of about 100,000.
At the suggestion of the Director of the Bureau of Business Research of the University of New Mexico, this 1951 survey was made a Bureau project and resulted in the second occupational wage survey of the Albuquerque area.
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Albuquerque, Occupational Wage Survey, Wage Rates, Union Scales
Maglidt, Henry Wilson. "An Appraisal of Techniques Employed in Occupational Wage Surveys for Communities." (1955). http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/econ_etds/70