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The Professions and Semiprofessions
Craftsmen Foremen and Kindred Workers
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40 per cent agriculture apprentices approximately cent gain child labor clerical closely comparable considerable craftsmen crease decade gain depression depression decade duction earlier census economy employed employment engineers eral factories farm laborers farmers female workers foremen income increase in number industrial engineers industries numbered kindred products labor force last decade last four decades last ten-year period loss mail carriers man-hour managers manual laborers manufacturing March ment metal million Miscellaneous number in 1940 number of women number of workers Occupation 1940 Classification Occupational Trends Operatives and Kindred output Paperboard peacetime peak number percentage petroleum Photoengravers population postwar probably profession professional Proprietors railroad rayon recorded reported retail trade semiprofessional semiskilled service workers sexes shared slightly STANFORD UNIVERSITY subgroups TABLE II Continued textile Total Male Female total number transportation U.S. Department unem United unskilled wage wartime watchmen workers in 1940 workers numbered