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Gainful workers of 1930 in social-economic groups by color, nativity, age, and sex, and by industry, with comparative statistics for 1920 and 1910.

The occupations of the gainful workers of the United States have been arranged in the following groups:

  1. Professional persons
  2. Proprietors, managers, and officials
  3. Clerks and kindred workers
  4. Skilled workers and foremen
  5. Semiskilled workers
  6. Unskilled workers

 

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Social-economic status of gainful workers:

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