Congressional Edition Volume 6170

Congressional Edition Volume 6170

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 edition. Excerpt: ...MILLS. secured, of both time workers and pieceworkers, regardless of the number of hours actually worked, amount of work available. From the above table it is seen that in the weaving department 35.5 per cent of the 3,138 employees earned $12 and under $16 and that 27 per cent earned $9 and under $12. In the frame-spinning department 80.9 per cent of the 2,072 employees earned $5 and under $9. In the English drawing department 72.5 per cent of the 1,662 employees earned $6 and under $8. In the twisting and winding department 52.2 per cent of the 1,338 employees earned $6 and under $8. In the yard and repairs department 42.4 per cent of the 1,055 employees earned $12 and under $16. AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED AMOUNTS EARNED DURING WEEK IN The amounts shown in this table are based on the actual earnings, during the week for which data were See pages 75 to 78, as to The next table shows for nine of the most important mill occupations the average amount earned and the number and per cent of employees earning each classified amount during the week for which data were secured. No separation according to sex has been made except for weavers. The occupations here shown include 35.8 per cent of the 16,578 employees for which information was secured. The first section of the /table shows numbers and the second percentages. NINE SELECTED OCCUPATIONS-WOOLEN AND WOESTED MILLS. secured, of both time workers and pieceworkers, regardless of the number of hours actually worked. Bmount of work available. The average amount earned by the 523 burlers employed in the 4 mills was $6.81; 43.2 per cent of the total in that occupation earned $6 and under $7, and 14.1 per cent earned $7 and under $8. The average amount earned by the 1,048 male weavers was $12.47 and by...show more

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  • Paperback | 80 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 159g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236811267
  • 9781236811264