Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Too many cooks?: changing wages and job ladders in the food industry
Consolidation and outsourcing in the food industry have created higher-paying food prep jobs, but also have erected barriers for lower-skilled workers trying to move up the ladder.
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Julia Lane & Philip Moss & Harold Salzman & Chris Tilly, "Too many cooks?: changing wages and job ladders in the food industry"
, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Regional Review, issue Q 4 2003 / Q1 2004, pages 20-27, 2004.
Keywords: Food industry and trade
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