Occupational classification manual, census of Canada, 1971 by Canada. Dominion Bureau of Statistics.

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  • Occupations -- Canada.,
  • Occupations -- Classification.

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Other titlesClassification des professions, recensement du Canada, 1971.
StatementDominion Bureau of Statistics.
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LC ClassificationsHB2619 .C34 1971
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Pagination2 v. ;
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Open LibraryOL4681950M
LC Control Number77573404

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