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(a) Labor Income In Mining, Manufacturing, and Construction for United States, Billions Of Dollars, Seasonally Adjusted (M0894AUSM027SNBR)
Series Is Presented Here As Two Variables--(1)--Seasonally Adjusted Data, 1929-1948 (2)--Seasonally Adjusted Data, 1948-1967. The Seasonally Adjusted Data At Annual Rates Were Derived By Deducting Farm Wages From Wage And Salary Disbursements In Community Producing Industries, After Converting Monthly Farm Wages To Figures Representing "Annual Rates" (Original Times 12). Source: Office Of Business Economics, For 1929-1945 Data: National Income: 1954, Table 52, For Wage And Salary Disbursements In Commodity Producing Industries, For 1929-1945 Data: Unpublished Obe Table Of January 7, 1958, For Farm Wages ; For 1945-1948 Data: Unpublished Tables Obtained From The Council Of Economic Advisers, July 1954, July 1956, July 1958.

This NBER data series m08294a appears on the NBER website in Chapter 8 at

NBER Indicator: m08294a

Labor Income In Mining, Manufacturing, and Construction for United States


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