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An analysis of the wage structure of the New York metropolitan region, using data based on interviews with businessmen, union leaders, and government officials, and statistics from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and the New York State Department of Labor, and including: 1. Wages and Skills as Locational Factors; 2. Skill, Productivity, and Unionization; 3. Wages and Fringe Benefits; 4. Postwar Trends in Wages; 5. Pressures from within the Region; 6. The Wage Factor and the Region’s Future.