by Johnson Reprint .
Written in English
|Statement||by J.A. Hill.|
|Series||Census monographs 11|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of the Census.|
About this Book Catalog Record Details. Women in gainful occupations, to A study of the trend Hill, Joseph A. (Joseph Adna), View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized. Get this from a library! Women in Gainful Occupations to [Hill.]. Women in Gainful Occupations to Interactive Table of Contents Click on the title of the section you wish to view. Document will appear with a “bookmarks” column on the left side. Use the “Table of Contents” bookmark to navigate back to this page. United States is bearing fruit in large increases of women in professional occupations. The number of women teachers has grown steadily f in to , in In over four in every five of the teachers below college grade were women. Between and women pushed up into the college faculties; they showed a percentage in-.
Women in gainful occupations, to a study of the trend of recent changes in the numbers, occupational distribution, and family relationship of women reported in the census as following a gainful occupation. Census Monograph 9. Women in Gainful Occupations to ; Census Monograph 9. Women in Gainful Occupations to Skip Navigation. Library Census Monograph 9. Women in Gainful Occupations to Component ID: #ti A Study of the Trend of Recent Changes in the Numbers, Occupational. Women in gainful occupations, to A study of the trend of recent changes in the numbers, occupational distribution, and family relationship of women reported in the census as following a gainful occupation, By Joseph A. (Joseph Adna) Hill. Numbers and percentages of the population 10 years of age or over in gainful occupations, classified according to age and sex, census years and ; Numbers of gainfully occupied males and females 10 years of age or over, by occupation groups, for the provinces,
Woman Suffrage and Citizenship in the Midwest, is an excellent coverage of the courage and persistence of the women of our midwest states - Iowa, Wisconsin, South Dakota - to bring both the right to vote to pioneering women, but also a more equal participation in many fields of government, ownership of property, and s: 1. evolution of occupations, events that were not in the least unrelated. The first period witnessed the peaking of the employment of women in man-ual, manufacturing occupations and the second the peaking of clerical employment.3 During the Progressive Era the young and unmarried working woman was the subject of much social concern. Before the WWII few women followed careers. Most jobs for women were ‘traditional’ roles such as nursing, secretarial or caring jobs. Only when millions of men joined the armed forces, women took on an active role in World War II and took on many paid jobs that previously had been held by men - such as bank teller, shoe salesperson or aircraft mechanic. It's hard to believe but . The charts break down the occupations of 8,, women who were “gainfully employed” when the census takers posed their questions in Author: Rebecca Onion.