Employment and gross earnings of Oregon residents in Alaska"s commercial fisheries, 1977-1982
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Employment and gross earnings of Oregon residents in Alaska"s commercial fisheries, 1977-1982 by Rick Focht

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Published by Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission in Juneau, AK .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Alaska,
  • Oregon

Subjects:

  • Wages -- Fishers -- Alaska -- Statistics.,
  • Wages -- Fishers -- Oregon -- Statistics.,
  • Fishers -- Alaska -- Supply and demand -- Statistics.

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Edition Notes

Statementprepared by Rick Focht, Nasser Kamali, and Kurt Schelle.
SeriesCFEC report ;, no. 84-14
ContributionsKamali, Nasser., Schelle, Kurt., Alaska Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD4966.F652 U54 1984b
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 69 p. :
Number of Pages69
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2347531M
LC Control Number86622319

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Data Source: OCEANAK Gross Earnings Subject Area. Confidential information is excluded from this report. The data in the above table is sourced from Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) fish tickets and Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission (CFEC) estimates of gross earnings. Discards and personal use are excluded from these totals. Get this from a library! Employment and gross earnings in Alaska's commercial fisheries, [Rick Focht; Nasser Kamali; Kurt Schelle; Alaska Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission.]. The number of permits, total pounds landed, total estimated gross earnings, and average estimated gross earnings per permit are provided for each permit fishery by year. Information is subtotaled by resident type. Estimated permit values at year-end are shown for limited fisheries with a sufficient number of permit sales. Buy Employment and gross earnings in Alaska's commercial fisheries: Estimates for all participants and residents of Alaska, Washington, Oregon and California, (CFEC report) by Focht, Rick (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Rick Focht.

  Overall, the Oregon commercial fishing industry generated an estimated $M in household income in , about half of which comes from distant fisheries (e.g., Alaska fisheries, at-sea fisheries). This brief provides short descriptions of the fisheries . an estima full-time equivalent (FTE) jobs in Alaska during /, and a total of 36, FTE jobs in Alaska including multipliers, or about 8 percent of total statewide employment. Alaska fisheries employed an average of 29, commercial fishermen in /, includ Alaska residents. Alaska’s commercial fleet. ALASKA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME DIVISION OF COMMERCIAL FISHERIES. NEWS RELEASE. Sam Cotten, Commissioner Scott Kelley, Director. Contact: Upper Yukon Area Office Jeff Estensen, Area Management Biologist College Rd. Christy Gleason, Asst. Area Management Biologist Fairbanks, Alaska Alaska Department of Fish and Game P.O. Box W. 8th Street Juneau, AK Office Locations.

1. What is Alaska’s minimum wage? Effective Jan. 1, , Alaska’s minimum wage is $ per hour. 2. What is the overtime law? In Alaska, overtime must be paid at the rate of one and one-half times the regular hourly rate for all hours worked over 8 in a single day or over 40 straight-time hours in a week. 3. Should fishing deckhands be paid. comes from the Alaska Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission, which provides detailed fi sheries data on, among other things, gross estimated earnings, pounds caught, permit holders and permit holders who fi shed. CFEC’s data is generally available back to at least The employment estimates discussed in this. Oregon Residents in Alaska's Historical Fishing: Jan Robison: Interview topics include background and reason participant began fishing, social ties, Kodiak history, Joint Venture fisheries, changes in crab fishery, changes in Alaska fisheries over time, and opportunities for current crew members to .   Fishermen from Oregon took home more than $ million from Alaska’s fisheries and Californians pocketed nearly $28 million. That adds up to more than $1 Billion flowing out of state by non-resident fishermen. In terms of poundage, the harvest by Alaska residents .