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(Studio: Dan Rather) Census workers reported beginning arduous task of counting the homeless; scenes shown of protesters dumping sand at Census Bureau to demonstrate futility of trying to count this group. 1990 Census projections outlined on screen. Report introduced.
(Los Angeles: Bruce Morton) Information expected to come from 1990 Census examined; efforts to count minorities discussed. ["American Demographics" magazine Peter FRANCESE, TRW policy analyst Pat CHOATE - comment on aging, shrinking population.] This smaller work force compared to rest of the world; changing role of employers noted. [MIT Dean of Management Lester THUROW - says wages for uneducated workers will continue to decline.] [Applied Materials CEO James MORGAN, employee Ed BROWN - say employees need to know more to be competitive.] [Westinghouse Electric Corporation Bob JOHNSON - explains employee education program.] [Author Tom PETERS - comments on importance of educated immigrants.] Economists noted asserting that United States work force must be educated.
- Morton, Bruce;
- Rather, Dan
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