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"Prepared to provide occupational information for youth in high schools, to a lesser degree in colleges and universities, and to out-of-school unemployed." -- Introduction. Gives descriptions of the specific jobs that are performed in the citrus industry, at all stages, from growing to packing or canning the fruit, and at various levels, from laborer to management. Includes statistics on production, trade, and characteristics of citrus industry workers, as well as a discussion of the citrus market and excerpts from various documents relating to the industry.
Table of Contents
I. Introduction -- II. Historical background and introduction -- III. Nature of the work. 1. General information -- 2. Work in groves -- 3. Jobs in packing houses -- 4. The canning of citrus fruit and citrus products -- IV. Trends in the citrus industry in Florida -- V. The workers, their classification, race, sex, schooling and organization -- VI. The marketing and other matters in the industry.
By A.R. Mead ; National Youth Administration for Florida.
Occupations -- Florida
National Youth Administration for Florida
vi, v, 182 leaves : illustrations ; 27 cm
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United States National Youth Administration (Fla.) and Mead, Arthur Raymond, b. 1880, "The citrus industry and occupations in Florida." (1938). Florida Heritage. 19.