1 edition of A Look into Modern Working Life found in the catalog.
A Look into Modern Working Life
by National Institute for Working Life
Written in English
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This book is going to be a time capsule by itself, a piece of art, you will learn and learn, and go over moments of history you never ever imagined, it is like if all of the work centered books have been condensed into this one, worth a read, highly by: National Institute for Working Life, Stockholm,ISBN 91 7, SE.
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