Selected Health Characteristics by Occupation, United States, July 1961-June 1963

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U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, National Center for Health Statistics, 1965 - Employees - 79 pages
 

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Page 47 - Professional, technical, and kindred workers Farmers and farm managers Managers, officials, and proprietors, except farm Clerical and kindred workers Sales workers...
Page 52 - Professional, Technical, and Kindred Workers Farmers and Farm Managers Managers, Officials, and Proprietors except Farm Clerical and Kindred Workers Sales Workers...
Page 35 - Managers, officials, and proprietors, except farm Clerical and kindred workers Sales workers Craftsmen, foremen, and kindred workers Operatives and kindred workers Private household workers Service workers, except private household Farm laborers and foremen Laborers, except farm and mine Occupation not reported Female, employed, lli years old and over Professional, technical, and kindred workers Farmers and farm managers Managers, officials, and proprietors, except farm Clerical and kindred workers...
Page 66 - In order to derive standard errors that would be applicable to a wide variety of items and could be prepared at a moderate cost, a number of approximations were required. As a result, the tables of standard errors provide an indication of the order of magnitude of the standard errors rather than the precise standard error for any specific item.
Page 35 - All other farm laborers, and foremen Laborers, except farm and mine Occupation not reported Female Professional, technical, and kindred workers Farmers and farm managers Managers, officials, and proprietors, except farm......... Clerical and kindred workers..
Page 65 - The chances are about 68 out of 100 that an estimate from the sample would differ from a complete census figure by less than the standard error.
Page 2 - Since the estimates are based on a sample, they may differ somewhat from the figures that would have been obtained if a complete census had been taken using the same schedules, instructions and enumerators.
Page 65 - ... subject to sampling variability. The standard error is primarily a measure of sampling variability, that is, of the variations that occur by chance because a sample rather than the whole of the population is surveyed.
Page 65 - In such instances the estimated quarterly total for the statistic is simply 6.5 times the average 2-week estimate produced by the 13 successive samples taken during the period. The annual total is the sum of the four quarters. Thus, the experience of persons interviewed during a year — experience which actually occurred for each person in a 2-calendar-week interval prior to week of interview— is treated as though it measured the total of such experience during the year. Such interpretation leads...
Page 75 - Preschool children: inability to take part in ordinary play with other children. School-age children: inability to go to school. Housewives: inability to do any housework. Workers and all other persons: inability to work at a job or business. 2. Persons limited in the amount or...

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