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Montana Prevailing Wage Rates : Building Construction : Year 2000

By Montana. Department of Labor and Industry. Office of Research and Analysis

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Title: Montana Prevailing Wage Rates : Building Construction : Year 2000  
Author: Montana. Department of Labor and Industry. Office of Research and Analysis
Volume: Year 2000
Language: English
Subject: Wages, Labor and laboring classes, Wages
Collections: American Libraries Collection
Historic
Publication Date:
2000
Publisher: Helena, Mont.; Office of Research and Analysis, Job Service Division, Montana Dept. of Labor and Industry

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Of Labor And Industry. Office Of Research And Analysi, M. D. (2000). Montana Prevailing Wage Rates : Building Construction : Year 2000. Retrieved from http://ebooklibrary.org/


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Effective July 1, 2000.; Draft--Cover

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Contributor: Montana State Library ; The digitization of this title was sponsored by Montana State Library

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Additional Subjects: Construction workers

 

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