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c. A survey of 58 wholesale grocery companies scattered over the eastern United States, on their personnel management policies for warehouse personnel.
d. A survey of financial officers of the Fortune 500 corporations to learn their predictions for the economic outlook in their industries in the next year.
e. A study of applicant requirements, job tasks, and performance expectations as part of a job analysis of student work-study jobs on a college campus of 2,000 students, where 1,500 are involved in the work-study program.
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