Bulletin

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1919
 

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OCCUPATIONS
9
PRICES
30
TABLES
40
SHIRT PRODUCTIVITY
43
HOURS Page
50
TABLES
67
received by women workers under health insurance plans established
Number of power laundries visited and their employment by locality
1
Gainfully employed persons by industry and sex Peru 1940 4
4
CHARTS Page I Why Women Work 19
19
Women Living With Family and Women Living Apart 20
20
Wage Earning Responsibilities of Women Living With Family 21
21
Occupations in Three Periods 22
22
Changes in Weekly Earnings Since the War Period 23
23
Percent of Changes in Earnings Since the War Period 24
24
Comparison of Usual Weekly Earnings in the War Period and in February 1946 25
25
Letter of Transmittal
Letter of Transmittal iii
League Committee of Experts on Status of Women 1937 11
Intracity differences between plants in average hourly earnings
3
Activity of Womens Organizations in the United States 19
5
THE UNITED NATIONS SUBCOMMISSION ON
13
APPENDIX A INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTS CONCERNING
21
Intracity differences between plants in average hourly earnings
4
General Description of Eight Plans
4
in selected occupations by city 24
24
Letter of transmittal 2111
111
Foreword
2
Comparison of average hourly earnings of time and incentive workers
6
Letter of Transmittal
1
Training and Employment Problems 8
8
Lack of Legal Safeguards 15
15
General Conditions Tending to Decrease Labor Supply
4
Appendixes 40
40
Earnings of women productive workers and productive labor costs
7
Comparison of average hourly earnings of women production workers
8
Letter of transmittal 5III 3
1-5
Products or service and number of employees in establishments
1-9
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
i
Women chemists engaged in synthetic rubber research 231
2-34
Postwar demand 237
2-37
hourly earnings of shirtline operatives hy region 49
2-49
Suggestions for young women who want to become chemists 251
2-51
Introduction
3-1
Weekly hours of work scheduled by plants for women production
3-15
Injecting a chicken egg with typhus rickettsia 332
3-32
The outlook for women in bacteriology 333
3-33
Bacteriologists testing the potency of streptomycin 312
3-42
workers by locality 51
3-51
The outlook for women in general biology 364
3-64
Technician using microbiological procedure in an industrial laboratory 370
3-70
Index 385
3-85
Index 261
3-87
The outlook for women in architecture and landscape architecture
5-1
Balcony view of most of the finishing departments in a laundry VII
5-10
The outlook for women in engineering 512
5-12
The outlook for women as engineering aids 552
5-52
The outlook for women as draftsmen 564
5-64
Note lockers and showers in this rest room for women laundry workers 65
5-65
Mechanical drafting in a machine tool company 570
5-70
Federal civil service positions beginning
5-73
The outlook for women as surveyors 574
5-74
Index 583
5-83
Letter of transmittal 4111
5-99
Women sorting potatoes for size 3
6-3
A mathematician works on a sampling problem 4VIII
6-4
Distribution of employment and injuries by sex in 10665 nonmanu
6-13
The outlook for women in geology
7-1
The outlook for women in geography 714
7-14
The outlook for women in meteorology 728
7-28
Geologist examining sandstone outcrop 7IV
8-7
Weaving straw Lambayeque Northern Peru 19
8-19
Members of the Society of Women Commercial Employees 30
8-30
Welcome IX
GAINS AND GOALS OF WOMEN WORKERS Gladys Dickason 19
THE ROLE OF WOMENS LEGISLATION IN MEETING BASIC
Evening Session
WORKING WOMEN THEIR

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