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A Man and His Job

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The story of a typical Canadian worker, from the Depression years through to 1943. The inefficiency caused by the lack of a centralized system for correlating available labour with the jobs to be done is contrasted with the new Unemployment Insurance Act, a progressive development in a broader social pattern. Canadian workers are, for the first time, part of a national scheme for labour planning and security.

1943, 17 min

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