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In seeking to address the many grievances of workers, the commission's report recommended adjustments to wages and the introduction of a wages board, implementation of unemployment insurance, factory inspections to reduce accidents, the protection of trade unions, and the establishment of labour departments. Opportunities are everywhere with an education in the social sciences. The benefits of being a Board member include close and direct contact with other research and evaluation professionals across the country and the ability to ensure representation of your state or organization in the planning of the NAWRS workshop.

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