The passing of the Manpower Development and Training Act for the development of labor in the United States.
United States USA Date:1963 Duration:4 min 39 sec Sound:Yes
A documentary on the history of the Labor Department in the United States. Officials seated at a desk. Earlier the Labor Department used to discuss about women workers, child labors and other things. Now the discussions are about the wastage of human resources in the country. The Manpower Development and Training Act comes into enforcement. The act is mainly concerned with the unskilled and unemployed people. People work in factories. Management representatives of the Labor Department seated at a desk. They discuss amongst themselves. Le Havre, France written on a crate. People work in factories on machines and equipment. The survey of labor markets and discussions about them by the people. Man enters a building, 'Department of Labor' written on the wall of a building. Men discuss a graph. Insignia of the Department of Labor.
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