|TEN FACTS on TECHNOLOGY and EMPLOYMENT||1|
|II Employment is Nearest Norma! in Most Highly Mechanized Industries||5|
|TEN FACTS ON TECHNOLOGY AND EMPLOYMENT||5|
|III Eighteen New Industries, Resulting from Machinery Development, Have Created Millions of New Jobs||6|
|IV Growing Occupations Add Three New Workers While Vanishing Occupations Lose One||6|
|V Less Than 4% of 2½ Million Blame Machines for Loss of Jobs||7|
|VI Eighty-four Per Cent of All Machines Invented are “Labor Serving” Rather than “Labor Saving”||7|
|VII Workers Are in Greatest Demand Where Most Machines Are Installed||8|
|VIII Machinery Has Raised Labor’s Earning Power||8|
|IX Higher Standard of Living Attainable Only Through Increased Production by the Use of Machinery||9|
|X Need to Raise 1929 Production Level 75 Per Cent||10|
|Machinery and Allied Products Institute 221 North La Salle Street CHICAGO||11|
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