Comprehensive Retirement Reform and Employment: Vermont : Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Retirement Income and Employment of the Select Committee on Aging, House of Representatives, Ninety-seventh Congress, Second Session, June 11, 1982, Woodstock, Vt
United States. Congress. House. Select Committee on Aging. Subcommittee on Retirement Income and Employment
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1982 - 157 pages
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Page 45 - The subcommittee will stand in recess until 1. (Whereupon, at 12 noon, the subcommittee recessed, to reconvene at 1 pm, the same day.) AFTERNOON SESSION (The subcommittee reconvened at 1:10 pm, Senator Walter F.
Page 94 - Even though the operations of the Social Security trust funds are combined with the general operations of the Federal government in the unified Federal budget, policy decisions affecting the Social Security program should be based on the objectives of the program rather than on any effect that such decisions might have on the Federal budget.
Page 90 - The fact that the worker pays a substantial share of the cost of the benefits provided, in a way visible to all, is his assurance that he and his dependents will receive the scheduled benefits and that they will be paid as a matter of right without the necessity of establishing need. The contribution sets the tone of the program and its administration by making clear that this is not a program of government aid given to the individual, but rather a cooperative program in which the people use the...
Page 152 - The Subcommittee on Retirement Income and Employment of the House Select Committee on Aging will come to order.
Page 134 - Throughout its history its purpose has been to work for the achievement by peaceful means of those political, economic, social, and psychological conditions throughout the world which can assure peace and freedom.
Page 32 - Job Performance of Federal Mail Sorters by Age," Monthly Labor Review, March 1964, pp. 296-300. 2. There is no specific age at which employees become unproductive. Satisfactory work performance may continue into the eighth decade. 3. Supervisors believe that a majority of their older workers have no apparent and specific age-connected weaknesses. A 1972 study related job performance and test scores for a group of 266 female clerical workers, 34 percent aged 25 or under and 35 percent aged 50 or more....
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Page 151 - First it was considered to be by most people an attempt by the government to help them manage to keep a roof over their heads, food on the table and clothes on their backs in their over 65 years.
Page 118 - HON. NICHOLAS JOHNSON, THE MARITIME ADMINISTRATOR Mr. JOHNSON. No, Mr. Chairman. Mr. Chairman, as Maritime Administrator I would like to express my appreciation to you for holding these hearings and giving me an opportunity to appear. The American merchant marine has made substantial contributions to our national welfare since the beginnings of this great Nation. It is now contributing very heavily to our efforts in South Vietnam, as your hearings have so well demonstrated. It has the potential...