New York; Jewish Occupational Council, 1940. Paperback. Item #32247
Original Wrappers. 8vo. Pages. 26 cm. First edition. Four reports printed for public circulation. Reports are titled, “Some Aspects of the Jewish Economic Problem, ” “A Bibliography for Jewish Vocational Agencies, ” “A Guide to General Vocational Services, ” and “Patterns of Jewish Occupational Distribution in the United States and Canada. ” Note laid in to Report No. 2 reading, “This printed edition of ‘Some Aspects of the Jewish Economic Problem’ differs slightly from the mimeographed edition issued in 1939. Aside from minor revisions, there is new material in the section headed “Conclusion” on page 10. Most of the changes are based on reaction by readers of the earlier edition. Additional copies are available upon request. ” The Jewish Occupational Council “established in 1939 in New York as a national advisory and coordinating agency for Jewish organizations and communities in the U. S. And Canada engaged in educational and vocational programs and job placement. ” (yivoarchives.org) The organization is now called the International Association of Jewish Vocational Services. Subjects: Occupations -- Choice -- Jews. Jews -- United States -- Charities. Employment agencies, bureaus, etc. -- Jews. Spines rebacked. Some shelf wear. Light library markings. Very good condition. (HOLO2-109-21).