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COMMISSIONED PAPERS National Needs and Technological Change: A Background Paper by Cheryl B. Leggon The Relevance of Career-Long Education to Creating and Maintaining an Adaptable Work Force by Pamela H. Adcin son Evidence of Adaptability in the Labor Marketfor Engineers: A Review of Recent Studies by Robert C. Dauffenbach and Michael G. Finn Adaptability of the Engineering Work Force: Information Available from the Bureau of Labor Statistics by Alan Eck Adaptability in Chemical Engineering by I. S. Watson Nuclear Engineering Case Snap by David M. WoodaD Adapting to Computer Science by Saul Gorn 33 35 53 73 83 113 129 141

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