• Economics
  • Published 1972

Employment in the Atomic Energy Field.

@inproceedings{Moylan1972EmploymentIT,
  title={Employment in the Atomic Energy Field.},
  author={Maurice P. Moylan},
  year={1972}
}
Employment in the atomic energy field continued to grow in 1971, according to a survey made by the Bureau of Labor Statistics for the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.1 A major factor behind this growth was the expanding peaceful applications of atomic energy, mainly the greater use of nuclear power by private electric utility companies. Employment in Government-owned establishments declined for the fifth straight year. Overall, employment increased by 1.8 percent in the year ending in May 1971.