Salaried of Local Environmental Health Personnel in 1956 Report by the Committee on Salaries, Conference of Municipal Public Health Engineersby
Committee on Salaries
Serial Information: Journal of the Sanitary Engineering Division, 1957, Vol. 83, Issue 3, Pg. 1-21
Document Type: Journal Paper
The purpose of this study is to present information on salaries paid to professional workers in environmental sanitation employed by local health departments. In collecting the data, the Committee has related salary levels of environmental sanitation positions to such factors as population served, educational and experience requirements, as well as supervisory and program responsibility. An effort has been made to establish relationships with economic and geographic factors as well as with salary levels of related professional groups, in order to provide some perspective for the findings of the study.
Subject Headings: Public health and safety | Employee compensation and benefits | Environmental issues | Local government | Economic factors | Labor | Information management | Data collection | Occupational safety
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