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. Dual labor market system: organized around primary internal market and secondary internal market. Primary market: high wage, good working condition, chance for advancement, organized around ladder type promotions, has good benefits, can get grievances (outlet for complaints.) Management job, white collar job, executive jobs, full professors, lawyers, doctors. Secondary internal market: where women
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Unformatted text preview: and people of color are predominant. No/short promotion of ladders, less stable job, could be fired without notice, almost no health benefit, fewer chances for advancement, high turnover rates, low wages. Ex: factory assembly jobs, manual agriculture job, MacDonald job has high turnover rate-worker stay for only 3-4 months....
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