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U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS
ROYAL M EEKER, Commissioner

BULLETIN OF THE UNITED STATES \
BU REAU OF LA B O R S T A T IS T IC S /
W A G E S

AND

H O U R S

OF

............. { N o . 2 6 5
L A B O R

S E R I E S

INDUSTRIAL SURVEY IN SELECTED IN­
DUSTRIES IN THE UNITED STATES, 1919




PRELIMINARY REPORT

P repared u n d e r th e s u p e r v isio n o f
ALLAN H . W ILLETT
Professor of Economics, Carnegie Institute of Technology
Pittsburgh, Pa.

M A Y , 1920

W ASHINGTON
GO VERNM ENT PR INTING O FFICE
1920




CONTENTS.
Page.

Introduction....................................................................................................................
5-42
General table................................................................................................................... 43-509
Automobiles............................: ..............................................................................
44-71
Boxes, paper...........................................................................................................
72-85
Brick and tile .........................................................................................................
86-91
Car building............................................................................................................ 92-105
Chemicals................................................................................................................ 106-115
Cigars........................................................................................................................ 116-125
Clothing, m en’s...................................................................................................... 126-143
Clothing, women’s................................................................................................. 144-168
Children’s dresses........................................................................................... 144-147
Cloaks, suits, and skirts................................................................................ 148-155
Dresses and waists.......................................................................................... 156-161
House dresses.................................................................................................. 162-165
White goods..................................................................................................... 166-168
Coal........................................................................................................................... 169-182
Anthracite........................................................................................................ 169,170
Bituminous...................................................................................................... 171-182
Confectionery.......................................................................................................... 183-191
Electrical machinery, apparatus, and supplies.............................................. 192-213
Foundries................................................................................................................. 214-227
Furniture................................................................................................................. 228-239
Glass.......................................................................................................................... 240-259
Hosiery and underwear........................................................................................ 260-273
Iron and steel.......................................................................................................... 275-329
Blastfurnaces................................................................................................. 275-278
Bessemer converters...................................................................................... 279-283
Open-hearth furnaces.................................................................................... 284-289
Puddling m ills................................................................................................ 290-295
Blooming m ills................................................................................................ 296-299
Plate m ills....................................................................................................... 300-305
Standard rail m ills......................................................................... ............... 306-311
Bar m ills.......................................................................................................... 312-318
Sheet m ills....................................................................................................... 319-322
Tin-plate m ills................................................................................................ 323-329
Leather..................................................................................................................... 330-347
Heavy upper................................................................................................... 330-338
Light upper..................................................................................................... 339-343
Sole.................................................................................................................... 344-347
Logging..................................................................................................................... 348-356
Lum ber.................................................................................................................... 357-368
Machinery.............................................................. ............ ................................... 369-393
Machine tools.......................................................................................................... 394-415
Millwork.................. ..............................................................................................416-418
Overalls.................................................................................................................... 419-423




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C O N TE N TS.

General table— Concluded.
Paper and p u lp .......................................................................................................
P ottery .: .................................................................................................................
R ubber......................................................................................................................
Footwear...........................................................................................................
Hose...................................................................................................................
Mechanical goods.............................................................................................
Mechanical goods and hose..........................................................................
Tires..................................................................................................................
Silk............................................................................ : .............................................
Typewriters, adding and computing machines, and cash registers............




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443-451
452-477
455-457
458-462
462
463-467
468-477
478-485
486-509

BULLETIN OF THE

U. S. BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS.
no. 265

W A S H IN G T O N

may, 1920

INDUSTRIAL SURVEY IN SELECTED INDUSTRIES IN
THE UNITED STATES, 1919.
INTRODUCTION.
This Bulletin contains a summary report on the wages and hours
of labor in 28 industries included in the industrial survey undertaken
by the Bureau of Labor Statistics at the request of the War Industries
Board. The funds for making this survey were allotted by the
President from the National Security and Defense Fund. The orig­
inal plans were made and the work begun before the end of the war.
The purpose of the survey was to have available a body of reliable
information about wages and hours of labor in different industries
that would be of assistance in reaching an equitable solution of labor
problems arising in the industries, and would at the same time furnish
a record of industrial conditions at the height of war production.
The unexpectedly early termination of hostilities diminished in no
degree the importance for practical purposes of reliable information
concerning wages and hours of labor. It was easy to foresee, as we
are now experiencing in fact, that reconstruction would have its labor
problems no less troublesome and perplexing than those of war, and
that for the equitable solution of these problems such accurate and
reliable information would be essential. But industrial conditions
underwent a sudden and radical change as soon as the armistice was
signed. Somo industries which had been running at top speed on war
orders entered upon a period of slack business; while others, engaged
in the manufacture of nonessentials, began to speed up production.
Industry in general during the first half of 1919 was in an abnormal
and unsettled condition. The material presented in the present re­
port, therefore, necessarily reflects the unsettled conditions of the
period of reconstruction rather than the characteristics of the war
period of intense productive effort.
While the chief purpose kept in mind in outlining the plans for the
survey was to accumulate information that would be useful for the




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future, it was also considered important to connect it as closely as
possible with the results of similar work done by the Bureau in the
past. Indeed, it is only where comparisons of present conditions
with past conditions are possible that the full value of studies like
the present can be realized. For while a single unrelated study may
shed valuable light upon conditions as they exist at the time, it does
not give desired information on the more important questions con­
cerning the direction in which things are moving or the rapidity with
which they are changing.
For several years the Bureau has been making studies of labor
conditions in a number of industries. The results of these studies
have appeared from time to time in the Bulletins of the Bureau. Un­
fortunately the available funds have not made it possible to carry on
such investigations with the regularity that is essential to their
greatest usefulness. But so far as concerns the industries for which
data gathered in previous studies are available, the present survey
has been carefully planned with the purpose of making the results as
closely comparable with those of previous investigations as is possible
under the changing conditions of industrial life.
Considerations of time and money made necessary a sharp limita­
tion of the field of the survey. This was sought in four directions—
by a selection of industries, of States, of establishments, and of
occupations. The first principle that was followed in making these
selections was to cover as far as possible the same ground that had
been covered by the Bureau before. The industries, States, estab­
lishments, and occupations included in previous studies were included
in this investigation so far as practicable. In a few industries, how­
ever, new States were added on account of the growth of the indus­
tries in those States. In some industries certain establishments were
dropped and others substituted, because of changes brought about
during the years that had elapsed since the last previous investigation.
Finally in some States the number of establishments in a particular
industry was reduced when it seemed that a smaller number than had
been included in previous surveys could be relied upon to give typical
results. The details of these changes in each industry will be given
in the subsequent volume of the report dealing with that industry.
Aside from the purpose of linking up the present survey as closely
as possible with previous surveys the principles governing the selec­
tion of industries, States, establishments, and occupations may be
stated as follows:
In the selection of industries the greatest weight was given to the
number of wage earners employed in them. Unfortunately the latest
figures available. for most industries were those of the Census of
Manufactures in 1914. The lapse of time, and still more the dis­




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turbing effects of the war, have made much, of this material obsolete;
but in the absence of any other information on the subject it had to be
used. On that basis 28 industries were selected for investigation.
A list o f those industries will be found on page 10,
The selection of States was made for each industry separately.
In determining which States should be covered in any industry the
choice was made on the basis of the importance of the State in the
industry, and not on the basis of the importance of the industry in
the State. Only those States were included in which the census
figures showed a number of employees large enough to justify the
necessary expenditure of time and money. The number of States for
which information was obtained varies from 1 in the anthracite coal
industry to 28 in the foundry industry.
In selecting the particular establishments in any State which should
be included in the survey o f an industry no attempt was made to
cover the same percentage of the employees in that industry in all
States. The sampling method was the only one that could possibly
be followed, and the justification of the results must be based squarely
on the validity of the method. For each industry in each State a
sufficient number of representative establishments was included to
insure fairly typical results. The application of this principle,
instead of calling for a uniform proportion of establishments in each
State, rather requires as a general rule a smaller proportion of estab­
lishments the larger the total number in the State and vice versa.
Five out of eight establishments in a State might be none too many
to give typical results, while 50 out of 80 would be grotesquely
excessive. In the latter case 10 establishments would probably give
practically the same averages for the State. Moreover, the more
highly developed and better organized the industry is, the more
nearly uniform are conditions likely to be, and the smaller the
number of establishments necessary to give typical results.
The only purpose for which proportionate representation in all
States included in the survey of an industry is important is in com­
puting averages for the country as a whole. But the value of such
averages would need to be very great to justify the large amount of
effort involved in gathering data from the additional establishments.
As a matter of fact the value of the averages is comparatively slight.
Not much light is shed on the economic condition of doggers in saw­
mills in the United States in 1914 by the discovery that their average
wage was 17.8 cents per hour. For that national average was based
on figures which gave an average of 11.6 cents for Alabama, of 31.4
cents for Montana, and averages for other States distributed between
these extremes. In a country like the United States, with a widely
extended territory embracing a great variety of natural and indus­




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trial conditions, national averages have in general little significance;
in fact they may easily represent a condition of things that actually
exists nowhere in the country.
Such averages undoubtedly have considerable valuo as a means of
measuring changes in economic conditions in an industry from year
to year. But even for this purpose the figures should be used with
caution. For in a widely distributed industry it is easily possible
that a movement in one direction in one part of the country may be
wholly or partially offset by a movement in the opposite direction
somewhere else. Under such, conditions the number showing the
percentage of increase or decrease for the country as a whole may
become as much of an abstraction as the averages on which it is
based.
To determine the number of establishments that should be listed in
any State on the proportionate principle, it would be necessary to
have accurate, up-to-date statistics of the number of employees in
each State. But if such statistics are available an equally reliable
and more economical method of computing a national average may
be adopted. The average for each State, derived from data obtained
from a sufficient number of typical establishments in that State,
may be weighted in proportion to the total number of employees in
the State, and from these weighted numbers an average for the whole
territory may be computed. It must be remembered, however,
that the final result is not, strictly speaking, an average for the whole
country, but only for the States included in the survey. Many
States are entirely omitted from consideration because individually
they are of too little importance in the industry to justify their inclu­
sion in the survey, which, in the aggregate, may have a decided
influence upon any professedly national average and an influence
which there is no possible means of measuring. In a narrowly
localized industry, like the manufacture of glass, the number of
employees in the omitted States would be negligible; in a widely
scattered industry like the manufacture of brick, on the other hand,
the number of employees in the omitted States might even exceed
the number in the States included in the survey, and the value of the
so-called national average be correspondingly weakened.
’ The census statistics of 1914 are so far out of date that they can
not be accepted as reliable indications of present conditions. There­
fore no attempt has been made to work out a weighted average for
any occupation even for the States covered b y the survey. The
averages for each occupation in each State may be used with con­
fidence. But while the average of each occupation for all States has
been computed, it should be used only with the understanding that
it is subject to the limitations pointed out above.




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9

The selection of the occupations to be included in the inquiry was
the final step in marking out the bounds of the survey. The princi­
ples followed in making this selection may be briefly stated. All
salaried officials and clerical employees were omitted. Of the remain­
ing employees all were included except ( a ) those whose pay was
wholly or in part due to their performing a supervisory function;
( b ) those who, either because of their youth or inexperience or partial
incapacity, were receiving a wage distinctly below the normal;
(c ) those who were performing functions so varied or poorly defined
that they could not be classified; and ( d ) those in occupations with
so few employees that even a considerable number of establishments
would not provide enough to make a fair showing.
In the studies of wages and hours carried on in recent years by the
Bureau, data for all the wage-earning employees found in the selected
establishments have been gathered and used in the various compu­
tations and tabulations. Those employees who did not fall within
the classified list of occupations were thrown into one group, desig­
nated as “ other employees.” In some industries “ other employees”
constituted no less than 50 per cent of the total number. They were
included, not because of the value attached to the information given
about so heterogeneous and ill-defined a group, but because it was
feared that the failure to include them might seriously affect the
accuracy of the averages computed for the industry as a whole.
Careful experiments recently made by the Bureau have shown that
that fear was ungrounded. If care is taken to include in the selected
occupations a number of low-paid employees proportionate to the
number in the industry, averages computed with “ other employees”
included have varied little from those from which they were omitted.
The limitation of the data gathered in the present survey to employees
in selected occupations has materially reduced the time and labor
required for the field work without impairing the value of the results.
In the following table will be found a list of the industries included
in this report, and a statement of the number of States, establish­
ments, occupations, and employees selected for each industry. In
the case of any industry of which earlier surveys have been made by
the Bureau there is given also the date of the last previous survey,
and the number of the Bulletin in which the results of that survey
were published.




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T able

B U L L E T IN OF T H E BU REA U OF LABOR STATISTICS.
1 .—N U M B E R OF STATUS., E ST A BLISH M EN TS, OCCUPATIONS* A N D EM PL O Y EE S
IN C L U D E D IN TH E SU R V E Y , B Y IN D U ST R IE S.

Industry.

Autom obiles...................................................
Boxes, paper...................................................
fihp-rrnnals..._____ ____________________
Cigars..............................................................
Clothing, m en’s ..............................................
Clothing, women’s ........................................
Coal.................................................................
Confectionery.................................................
Electrical machinery.....................................
Foundries.......................................................
F u rn itu re ......................................................
C la s s .............................................................
Hosiery and underwear................................
Iron and steel.................................................
Leather ....... .................................................
Logging...........................................................
L um ber.,........................................................
Machine shops:
Machine tools..........................................
Other machinery....................................
Millwork..........................................................
Overalls...........................................................
Paper and p u lp ..............................................
P ottery ...........................................................
Rubber...........................................................
Silk ................................................................
Typewriters...................................................
Total............... .....................................

Number
of States.

Number Number Number
estab­ of occu­ of em­
lish­
pations. ployees.
ments.

7
10 i
11
14
25
10
9
/
18
19
8
28
13
9
15
15
9
21
22

32
81
35
23
166
76
134
161
223
101
38
150
112
68
51
67
50
83
141

41
14
8
26
7
11
28
54
55
8
25
14
11
45
18
180
30
10
10

18,434
6,102
1,773
15,606
29,188
16,501
19,651
9, C09
56,757
15,546
5,987
15,423
11,530
13,641
15,681
31,747
8,974
7,330
18,022

11
27
13
19
14
4
9
7
10

29
122
105
131
86
15
24
33
28

25
33
3
4
31
15
38
12
24

7,971
14,931
5,154
6,797
8,326
3,257
18,554
9,363
12,303

43

2,365

780

404,758

D ate of Number
last pre­ of Bulle­
tin con­
vious
taining
report.
report.

!
1913

163

1913
1914

161
187
l
!
1

1815

225

1914 j
1915

177
218

1915
1915

225
225

1
1915 |

225

1914

IC
O
1
1

In. nearly all cases the information on which the following tables
are based was gathered directly from the pay rolls by agents of the
Bureau. In a few instances schedules were accepted which had been
filled out by the employers, but only when the Bureau was convinced
that the information contained in them was thoroughly dependable.
The hours and earnings used in computing the tables are in all
instances hours actually worked and earnings actually received by
individual employees. To ascertain the earnings of each individual
usually involved comparatively little effort, as total earnings is an
item that is nearly certain to appear on any pay roll. Where bonuses
were paid, however, considerable trouble was sometimes experienced,
especially when the pay-roll period did not coincide with the period
used in distributing the bonus. But no establishment was taken
unless some way could be discovered of determining the amount of
bonus to which the employee became entitled as a result of his labor
during the pay-roll period for. which his wages were ascertained; and
the amount put down as his earnings for the period consists of his
wages plus the bonus.
Greater difficulty was experienced in ascertaining “ hours actually
worked.” Even in the case of time workers no use could be made
of the so-called normal hours of operation, but for every individual
the hours actually worked by him were ascertained. This informa­




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tion could sometimes be obtained directly from the pay roll. In
many cases, however, the pay rolls did not give it, and it was neces­
sary to have recourse to the time cards, and to determine for each
employee the total hours worked by him by adding the hours worked
day by day through the pay-roll period.
In the case of pieceworkers it was still more difficult to ascertain
the hours actually worked, owing to the fact that comparatively few
establishments have any record of the time worked by pieceworkers.
In the absence of such records no establishment was included in the
survey unless the management kept for the Bureau by special arrange­
ment a careful day-by-day record of the time worked by each piece­
worker during the selected pay-roll period. In nearly all cases such
records were carefully kept. Wherever there was any reason for
suspecting that the hours had been estimated or carelessly noted, the
data from the doubtful establishment were not used. So far as it
is practicable to control such matters, the figures given in the tables
may be relied upon as giving hours actually worked and earnings
actually received.
In a large proportion of the establishments the schedules were
filled out for a single pay-roll period. In a few cases, where the
bonus period extended over two or more pay-roll periods, schedules
covering the entire bonus period were filled out. The length of pay­
roll periods varied, sometimes even in the same industry, from one
week to one month. The pay-roll periods included are distributed
through a considerable extent of time. There would have been
certain advantages in having all the pay-roll periods included within
a short time, say a single month. But such an ideal arrangement was
impossible, owing partly to the short time allowed for preparation and
the speed with which the work had to be done, and partly to the lack
of time records for pieceworkers, which made it necessary in many
cases to take pay-roll periods of a later date than the time of the first
visit to the establishment.
The disadvantages involved in this lack of uniformity in the dates
of pay-roll periods are the result of changes taking place in the
intensity of productive activity in different industries during the
interval that elapsed between the date of the earliest schedule and
that of the latest one. Every effort was made to eliminate so far
as possible the disturbing effect of this factor of the situation by
scheduling only establishments running full time, if enough such
establishments could be found, and by omitting any establishment
in which a change in rate of pay had occurred since the beginning of
the survey. To the latter practice almost no exception was made,
but it proved to be impossible to confine the survey to plants running
full time in some of the industries. The effect of changing industrial
conditions on hours and earnings is analyzed in detail in a later part
of the report. In connection with each industry a statement is made




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of the number and location of any establishments for which parttime pay rolls were taken, and also of the date of the earliest and the
latest schedule included in the survey.
Occasionally an employee is entered on the pay roll as working at
two or more occupations during a single pay-roll period. In tabu­
lating the information about such individuals the following principles
were followed: No such employee was included unless he worked
over 50 per cent of his time at one occupation. Those working more
than 50 per cent of the time at one occupation were tabulated for that
occupation only; the time spent at other occupations and the pay­
ment received for such time were disregarded. It would obviously be
inadmissible to compute for the full pay-roll period the hourly earnings
of a man who spent 60 per cent of his time at a skilled and well-paid
occupation and 40 per cent of it at a more poorly-paid occupation,
and tabulate these hourly earnings under either the skilled or the
unskilled occupation.
No attempt has been made to discover the cause of the small
number of hours worked by many employees, beyond the statement
of the number and location of the part-time establishments included
in each industry. There is no means of determining whether the
responsibility in other cases rests upon the employer or upon the
employee. It will be seen, therefore, that the number of employees
found in the short-time groups of any industry furnishes no precise
measure of the amount of labor turnover existing in the industry.
The greater the turnover, the larger the numbers in the short-time
groups; but it can not be assumed that in any particular case the
converse of that proposition is true. The most tkat can be said is
that large numbers in the short-time groups create a presumption
that the turnover is large.
This preliminary report includes all the industries covered by the
survey, except the operation of hotels and restaurants. The material
gathered concerning that industry is not adapted for presentation
in the method selected for use in the other industries, and will appear
in a later bulletin dealing with that industry alone. Other bul­
letins, each dealing with a separate industry, will present additional
information concerning the industries included in the present volume,
and will point out the conclusions that may legitimately be drawn
from the information on such questions as the relative hours and
wages of men and women, of pieceworkers and time workers and of
dayworkers and night workers, the amount of overtime and the pay
for it, and the number and kinds of bonus systems found in the
establishments included in the survey.
In selecting the form of table to be used in this preliminary report
the object sought was to present in comparable form the most essen­
tial facts about earnings and hours of labor in different industries
and States, so far as it was possible to assemble and tabulate these




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facts in the limited time available for the preparation of the report.
The tables in which the information is presented consist of two parts,
one dealing with hours worked, the other with earnings received.
Average hours and average earnings are shown for each industry and
each State and also the number of employees found in each classi­
fied hour group and wage group, respectively.
The best method of presenting time worked so as to give figures
both definite and comparable was not obvious. The figure selected
is one representing the average number of hours per day actually
worked by each employee. But the varying length of pay-roll
periods introduces rather serious complications. One-week pay-roll
periods vary in length from 5 to 7 days, two weeks and half-monthly
periods from 12 to 16 days, and monthly periods from 24 to 31 days;
while the number of days actually worked by any individual employee
may obviously vary all the way from one day to the full number of
days in the pay- roll period of the establishment where he is employed

The method adopted for reducing these incommensurable numbers
to a comparable basis was to divide the hours worked by each
employee by the number of week days, excluding holidays, in the
pay-roll period of the establishment in which he was employed. In
the case of one week pay rolls, for example, the total hours worked
by each employee were in all cases divided by six. The resulting figure
represents the average number of hours per day that the employee
would have worked, if the hours actually worked by him had been
distributed uniformly over the week days of the pay-roll period. In
that form hours worked in one occupation or one State become com­
parable with hours worked in any other occupation or State.
Care must be exercised not to confuse this figure used in the tables
to represent average number of hours per week day actually worked
either with the normal hours of operation of a.plant or with the
normal full-time hours of any particular occupation or employee.
An establishment may be in operation continuously for 24 hours a
day and the employees in some one occupation in that plant may have
normal full-time hours of 12 a day. If one employee in that occupa­
tion works 12 hours a day for 7 days a week, he appears in the table
as working on the average 14 hours per week day; while another
employee in the same occupation working only 3J days, or 42 hours
in the week, is tabulated as working on the average 7 hours per week
day throughout the pay-roll period. Only in the last form of average
hours per week day actually worked can the figures be used as the
basis of comparisons between the hours of people working a different
number of days per week.
Unfortunately there are unavoidable difficulties involved in the
attempt to combine in one table data from pay rolls of unequal length.
These difficulties are due to the fact that the average number of hours
worked by any employee may vary appreciably with variations in




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the length of the pay-roll period. Increasing the length of the pay­
roll period reduces the percentage of employees whose rate of
attendance is at or near the maximum and correspondingly increases
the percentage in lower-time groups. For example, in an estab­
lishment operating nine hours a day and having 100 employees, the
pay roll for each of four successive weeks might show a total of 70
employees with a perfect attendance record. A distribution table
of average hours worked per day, based on the pay roll of any one of
these four weeks, would show the number 70 in the column headed
“ 9 and under 10.” But it is safe to assume that the 70 who were
present all of the second week were not identical in all cases with the
70 who had been present all of the first week, and similarly with the
third and fourth weeks. Hence a distribution table based on a pay
roll covering two weeks might show only 60 in the column headed
“
9 and under 10,” and a table for a four-week pay roll no more than
50. Meantime the-numbers found in the intermediate hour groups
would be correspondingly increased.
The effect of increasing the length of the pay-roll period upon the
numbers in the short-hour group is more complex. So far as con­
cerns the distribution of employees who remain on the pay roll
throughout the pay-roll period, the low attendance record of any
employee in one week of a four-week period is likely to be at least
partially offset by a high attendance record during the other weeks.
The effect of this is seen in a reduction in the numbers in the shorthour groups and an increase in the numbers in the intermediate groups.
But whether the results of this movement can actually be detected
in the tabulation depends upon the amount of labor turnover in the
various establishments scheduled. Approximately the same num­
ber of people may withdraw permanently from an establishment
each week, and in a tabulation based on the pay roll of any one week
corresponding numbers would appear in the appropriate short-hour
columns. But with the lengthening of the pay-roll period the effect
of such withdrawals is cumulative. There will be approximately
four times as many short-time workers of this class in four weeks as
there are in one week. Even this does not exhaust the influence of
labor turnover. In the place of each short-time worker who leaves
his job appears another short-time worker who takes it up. For
even if the newcomer stays until the end of the period, his hours have
been shortened by the time elapsed before he began to work. It
should be recognized, however, that this tendency of labor turnover
to increase the proportion of laborers in the short-time groups is
partially, but only slightly, offset by an attendant increase in the
total number of employees on the pay roll. That is, the 200 em­
ployees found in a particular hour group constitute a distinctly
smaller proportion of the 1,200 employees on the pay roll than they




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would of the 1,000 employees who would have been enough to fill
all the positions if there had been no turnover in the establishment.
But obviously the percentage of increase of the entire body of
employees as a result of labor turnover can never be so great as the
percentage of increase in those short-time groups which are directly
augmented in numbers as a result of the turnover.
The following table illustrates the effect of the lengthening of the
pay-roll period upon the distribution of employees in hour groups.
It is based upon the pay roll of an establishment which had a oneweek pay-roll period and a four-week bonus period. It gives the
average hours per week day worked by all the employees, and the
number working each classified number of hours per day, first for
each of the four weeks separately, and then for the same four weeks
combined. The second half of the table shows what percentage of the
total number of employees the number in each hour group constitutes.
T able

2 .—A V ER A G E A N D

C LASSIFIED HOTJRS W O R K E D P E R W E E K D A Y IN
E ST A BLISH M EN T IN 1918, B Y PAY-ROLL PER IOD S.

Pay-roll period for—

ONE

Employees whose average hours per iveek day for the pay-roll
Aver­
period were—
Num ­ age
ber hours
of work­
em ­ ed
3
4
5
7
8
1
2
6
9 10 11 12
ploy­ per U n­ and and and and and and and and and and and and 13
ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un- un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 1. der der der der der der der der der der der der over.
12 * 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.
Number.

8 ............
15...........
2 2 ...........
2 9 ...........

421
420
426
429

8.2
8.3
8.8
8.6

3
2
1
1

9
4
6
4

2
3
2
2

22
27
20
16

15
11
7
9

17
17
9
14

14
17
13
13

29
31
29
19

191
181
206
221

46
41
38
37

16
27
27
21

Pour weeks ending Oct. 29.

457

7.8

3

10

7

17

15

26

37

66 122 104

35

15

10.9
9.8
8.9
8.6

3.8
6.4
6.3
4.9

Week ending
W eekending
Week ending
Week ending

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

53
53
59
66

3
6
9
6

1

0.7
1.4
2.1
1.4

0.2

Per cent.
8 ............
15...........
22..........
2 9 ...........

421
420
426
429

8.2 0.7 2.1 0.5 5.2 3.6 4.0
8.3 .5 1.0 .7 6.4 2.6 4.1
8.8 .2 1.4 .5 4.7 1.6 2.1
8.6 .2 .9 .5 3.7 2.1 3.3

Four weeks ending Oct. 29.

457

7.8

Week ending
Week ending
Week ending
Week ending

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

3.3
4.1
3.1
3.0

6.9
7.4
6.8
4.4

12.6 45.4
12.6 43.1
13.9 48.4
15.4|51.5

.7 2.2 1.5 3.7 3.3 5.7 8.1 14.5 2 6 .7j22.8 7.7 3 .3 . . . .

An examination of the table brings out the following facts: The
largest number on the pay roll for any one week was 429, while 457
different individuals were included in the four week enumeration.
The average number of hours worked for the different single weeks
varied from 8.2 to 8.8, while the average shown for the four weeks
combined was only 7.8. The numbers and percentages in the upper
hour groups—those working 9 hours a day or more—show the falling
off that the previous discussion indicates. Whereas from 4 to 9 em­
ployees averaged 12 hours a day or over in the single weeks, no one




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B U L L E T IN OF T H E BU REA U OF LABOR STATISTICS.

employee kept up that average for the full four weeks. The mode
dropped from “ 9 and under 10” to “ 8 and under 9.” The tendency
to concentration in the intermediate groups is shown by the increase
in the percentage of people working an average of 5 and under 9
hours a day. For one-week pay rolls those percentages are 26.8r
28.2, 25.9, 26.1, respectively, while for the same four weeks com­
bined the percentage is 55.
Finally in the short-hour groups the net result of the two tendencies
noted above, the one toward an increase in average hours on the
part of persistent employees, the other toward an increase in the
number of short-time workers owing to the cumulative effect of labor
turnover, gives in this instance an increase in the proportion of people
working an average of less than three hours per day. In the succes­
sive four weeks taken separately 3.3, 2.2, 2.1, and 1.6 per cent of the
employees were found in that group, while for the four weeks com ­
bined no less than 4.4 per cent are included. This result shows that
the number of people who stayed on the job only a short time was
so great that their influence outweighed that of the persistent em­
ployees whose short hours in one week were offset b y longer hours
in other weeks. It may be noted in passing that the reduction from
week to week in the percentage of people working less than 3 hours
a day indicated by the figures 3.3, 2.2, 2.1, and 1.6 for the successive
weeks was due to the gradual subsidence of the attack of influenza
from which the community had been suffering. On the other hand
as the establishment was one employing comparatively little un­
skilled labor, in which group the largest amount of labor turnover is
usually found, the influence of that factor on average hours was less
than it would be in a plant with a larger percentage of such labor.

It must be remembered that the figures given in the table all apply
to the same establishment, and that the differences between the
report for the four weeks combined and the reports for the same four
weeks taken separately are entirely due to the effect of the combina­
tion itself. The figures do not agree but all are true, each faithfully
representing conditions for the particular pay-roll period to which
it applies. Whether the combined figures afford a safer basis for
generalizations concerning the normal working time of employees in
the industry than do the figures based on the experience of a single
week is a complex question into which it is not necessary to inquire
at this time.
The following diagram presents in graphic form the percentages
given in the second half of the table just discussed. The four lines
running approximately side by side are for the four weeks separately,
while the heavy solid line represents the facts for the four weeks
combined. The effect of the combination upon the percentage
distribution of employees in the different hour groups is too obvious
to need further comment.




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B U L L E T IN OF T H E B U REA U OF LABOR STATISTICS.

It will be seen, then, that increasing the length of pay-roll periods
has a tendency to reduce the proportion of permanent employees in
the long and short hour groups and to increase the proportion in the
intermediate groups; and at the same time to increase the figures in
the short-time columns by including a larger proportion of people who
leave their jobs before the end of the period or enter upon them after
the beginning of it. These conditions, while they render it impossible
to draw reliable conclusions as to relative hours worked in different
States, industries, or occupations from the results of the indiscrimi­
nate combination of data from pay rolls covering periods of unequal
length, do not of themselves impair the accuracy of comparisons
based on pay-roll periods of approximately equal length. How far
such comparisons may be vitiated by local and temporary conditions
found in any locality or any industry in the particular period covered
by the survey is discussed below.
As there seems to be no practical method of correcting the errors
involved in combining data from pay-roll periods of different lengths,
the only recourse is to group pay rolls according to their length.
The material in this report is therefore presented separately for oneweek pay rolls, for two-week and one-half month pay rolls, and for
four-week and one-month pay rolls, in whatever occupations pay-roll
periods of these different lengths are found. Following the separate
reports for the several kinds of pay rolls for each occupation is given
a total for all the pay rolls combined. The items in that line that
refer to hours worked should be used only with the qualifications
pointed out in preceding paragraphs.
The best form of presentation of the material concerning earnings
in different industries, States, and occupations has already been
selected by the Bureau, and has been used by it in all its reports on
wages and hours already published. The desired figure is found by
dividing the total earnings of each employee by the number of hours
actually worked by him during the pay-roll period. The quotient
thus obtained represents the amount per hour that he would have
received if his total earnings for the pay-roll period had been uni­
formly distributed over the hours actually worked by him during
that period.. The same figure has been used in this report, not only
for the sake of uniformity with earlier reports, but also because it
is unquestionably the most valuable figure available for the pur­
pose in hand.
Relative hourly earnings as between different industries, occupa­
tions, or States are not directly affected by the inclusion of pay-roll
periods of unequal length. Whether a pay roll for a week or one
for a month is taken, it is safe to assume that under uniform condi­
tions approximately the same hourly earnings will be found.
The figures representing hourly earnings in each occupation for all




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19

pay-roll periods combined, which are shown in the “ grand total”
for the occupation, unlike the figures for average hours given in the
same line, are just as reliable for purposes of comparison as are
those in the tables based on pay-roll periods of equal length.
In the form of average hours worked on each week day of the pay­
roll period and average amount earned in each hour actually worked
the heterogeneous mass of information concerning hours and wages
secured from the pay rolls of industrial establishments becomes
available for deductions concerning relative hours and earnings in
different industries, States, and occupations. For reasons to be
pointed out presently it is always possible to overemphasize the
significance of minor inequalities, and in view of the unsettled char­
acter of the period covered by the survey generalizations based on
the figures contained in this report must be made with caution. In
spite of these limitations, however, the information here presented,
summarizing as it does the wages and hours of more thun 400,000
wage earners, may be relied upon as furnishing a picture of indus­
trial conditions at the time of the survey which is entirely accurate
in its general outlines and reasonably so even in minor details.
Reference has been made above to certain limitations under which
the following tables should be used as a basis for comparisons and
generalizations. A t the risk of seeming to overemphasize the impor­
tance of these limitations it seems advisable in the interests of
scientific exactness to consider at some length what they are and
how far they affect the usefulness of the material For the most
part they center about two questions. The first question is how far
information based on a single pay-roll period may safely be used as
the basis for comparisons and for generalizations. The second is to
what extent the fact that an investigation of this kind necessarily
covers a considerable period of time affects the reliability of the
results for the same purposes.
Even where pay-roll information is secured for a fairly normal
industrial period, and all pay rolls copied cover practically the same
week or month, care must be used in making generalizations about
this or that industry, or in drawing comparisons between indus­
tries or localities, on the strength of data obtained from a single
pay-roll period in each establishment. Differences in seasonal; local,
or general conditions would even in normal times lead to differences
in the degree of activity of different industries, and these, again,
would in many instances be reflected in abnormal conditions of
labor. It is hardly conceivable that any one period should be typi­
cal of an entire year in all industries alike. A t the season when one
is normal, another may be running light and a third be in the midst
of a seasonal rush. These differences would be reflected both in




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B U L L E T IN OF T H E BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS.

the figures for hours worked and in the reports of earnings. It can
never be assumed without reservation that the hours worked in a par­
ticular pay-roll period are typical of hours worked throughout the
year, or that the earnings of an entire year can be ascertained b y
multiplying the earnings of a single pay-roll period by the number
of such periods in a year.
The effect of differences in the intensity of productive activity upon
hours is sufficiently obvious. Up to a certain point increased pro­
duction means longer hours of labor, and decreased production means
shorter hours. And because hours of work are adjusted to changing
industrial conditions more readily than rates of wages, it is natural
to find horn’s affected more than wages by differences in the degree
of industrial activity. But even relative hourly earnings do not
entirely escape the disturbing effect of unlike industrial conditions.
The reliability of earnings per hour as a basis of comparison between
different occupations or localities is somewhat diminished wherever
unequal amounts of overtime are found in different establishments,
and probably also where unequal amounts of part time are found.
As is well known overtime was almost universal in the so-called war
industries during the* period of the war. When the plans for the
industrial survey were outlined, a careful study of overtime hours
and earnings was included in the program for the purpose of securing
a record of such work as it was carried on at the height of war-time
production. After the cessation of hostilities, however, the amount
of overtime in many industries began to diminish, but with unequal
rapidity in different industries. At the time for which the schedules
for the survey were filled out some establishments were still working
at high speed, while in others overtime had partly or wholly- disap­
peared, and in some cases plants were even running less than full
time. On the other hand in a few nonessential industries the amount
of overtime was increasing during the progress of the survey.
Where the payment for overtime is at the same rate as the payment
for regular time the inequality in the proportion of overtime in differ­
ent establishments has no effect upon relative hourly earnings. But
the common practice of paying extra for overtime, not infrequently
as much as twice the rate for regular time, diminishes to a certain
extent the comparability of the figures for hourly earnings, even
when only figures from pay-roll periods of the same length are tabu­
lated together. This may be easily shown by a simple illustration:
Two establishments in a certain industry pay the same rate in a given
occupation, namely 40 cents an hour for eight hours regular time and
double time for overtime. Because at the time when the plants are
scheduled one of them is working 10 hours a day and the other 8,
the earnings per hour appear as 48 cents in the one case and 40 cents
in the other. These figures undoubtedly represent correctly the




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21

conditions as they exist at the moment, but it would be improper to
draw any conclusions from them as to the relation between rates or
normal earnings in the two establishments. Data gathered at
another period might show conditions exactly reversed.
When the hours of labor in an establishment have fallen to the point
where no overtime is worked, a further reduction of hours to a shorttime basis involves no necessary additional reduction in hourly
earnings for employees working on a time basis. On the hourly
earnings of pieceworkers, however, there is some reason to think that
part time hours do have an effect, but the direction and extent of
their influence is not easily determined. Some employees may relax
during periods of slack production and show hourly earnings below
the normal, while others may bo spurred on to unusual exertion in
order to earn as much as possible during their shortened work period,
and consequently show abnormally high hourly earnings. As there
is no method of determining in which direction any particular group
of employees react to the influence of part time, it is impossible to do
more than recognize the existence of this factor of uncertainty.
To complete the analysis of the effect of unequal rates of produc­
tion upon the hours and earnings of employees, another somewhat
more subtle point must be mentioned. An establishment which is
slowing down and which consequently lays off some of its force dur­
ing the pay-roll period covered by the survey w ill by that act increase
T
the proportion of employees in the short-time groups above what it
would be if a uniform rate of operation were maintained. It is inter­
esting to note that the speeding up of production has the same effect.
For the employees taken on during the pay-roll period in this case,
like those laid off in the preceding case, must all appear in the shorttime columns. Therefore in comparisons made between industries
or between States somewhat longer hours worked will be indicated
where conditions of operation are stable than where production is
either speeding up or slowing down.
In so far, then, as an investigation covering only one brief period
of time finds some industries active and others quiet, or possibly the
same industry in different parts of the country experiencing unlike
degrees of activity, allowance must be made for those conditions in
using the material pertaining to hours of work; and similarly, if
unequal amounts of overtime or part time are found, those con­
ditions must be borne in mind in connection with the figures for
hourly earnings.
The answer to the second question raised above, how far the value
of the figures is affected because such an investigation necessarily
covers a considerable period of time, is sufficiently obvious. The
longer the period over which the survey extends, the more numerous
and the more important are the variations in industrial activity likely
to be as between different industries or different localities. The
application of this principle to the present survey may be briefly




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B U L L E T IN OF T H E BU REA U OF LABOR STATISTICS.

pointed out. While the great majority of the pay-roll periods cov­
ered by the investigation fall within the term of nine months extend­
ing from September, 1918r to May, 1919, the table on pages 34 and 35
shows a few schedules for earlier pay-roll periods and a few running
over into June, 1919. During this period industry not only was in a
very abnormal condition, but was also undergoing rapid and extensive
changes. Some industries, like the manufacture of automobiles,
were expanding during the time between the signing of the armistice
and the close of the survey; while others, like the iron and steel indus­
try, were showing from week to week a gradual falling off of activity.
In industries of the first class hours of labor would appear unduly
short in the States from which the earlier schedules were obtained in
comparison with those which were covered later, while in industries
in the second group the opposite condition would prevail.

No better example of an industry of the second class can be found
than the mining of bituminous coal. During the earlier part of the
investigation it was not difficult to find mines running full time, while
later on mines running even half time were comparatively few in
number in some States. Accordingly the States which were covered
during the early weeks of the survey make a much better showing
of hours worked than do the States covered later. In the later
States the condition of slack production is reflected in the small
number of hours worked by the employees of the mines. From the
records of such an extended and unstable period no legitimate de­
ductions can be made as to the hours worked by the coal miners
in normal times or as to the relative hours of miners in different
parts of the country or of miners in comparison with men in other
occupations.
With the increase or decrease in hours caused by the expansion or
contraction of industry has come an increase or decrease in the amount
of overtime. This in turn, as was pointed out above, causes a cor­
responding increase or 'decrease in the average hourly earnings of
employees. As a general rule establishments covered early in the
survey show more overtime than do those scheduled toward the end
of the period. And as the survey was for the most part carried on in
the convenient and economical method of proceeding State b y State
in each industry, the figures for hourly earnings in any occupation
in an entire State may suffer somewhat in comparison with similar
figures in the same occupation in another State if the data concerning
the former apply to a late pay-roll period and those of the latter to
an early period.
While it has seemed necessary to point out the allowances that must
be made in using the general tables in this report as the basis of
generalizations, or of comparisons between industries or between
States, it remains true that the information contained in them,
gathered with extreme care and covering more than 400,000 em­
ployees, is of the greatest value for industrial and sociological pur­




in t r o d u c t io n .

23

poses. In dealing with large numbers the effect of minor discrepan­
cies is largely eliminated. The figures here given may be absolutely
relied upon as furnishing an accurate representation of a cross section
of the industrial society of the United States at a given period. In a
general way, moreover, they furnish material on which generalizations
and comparisons may be based, provided no effort is made to em­
phasize minor differences.
There is only one way in which the weaknesses of a single survey
like the: present can he avoided. There must be available the results
of a number of similar surveys in the past, from which normal standards
of hours and wages may be established. If such a standard basis of
comparison were in existence, the present report would furnish an
interesting and valuable measure of the degree of abnormality of the
period covered by the survey; and with the possibility of using the
proper correction for such abnormal conditions,, the present figures
could be much more safely used as a guide for the immediate future
than they can be in the absence of such correction.
While the results of the present survey especially need to be
brought into comparison with similar figures for normal periods,
owing to the generally unsettled conditions of the time, the same
necessity exists,, only in a lesser degree, in the case of any single
survey, however normal the period covered by it. For it is hardly
conceivable that at any one time all industries in all localities are
running under normal conditions; but in the absence of standards
established by previous investigations no means exist for measuring
the degree of abnormality, or even for establishing the fact of its
existence.
In other ways, also, the value of these studies would be greatly
enhanced if the results of one survey could be brought into com­
parison with those of similar previous investigations.. To speak only
of the items tabulated in the present volume, it can readily be seen
that the information as to hours and earnings of the employees of
any occupation or locality is interesting and valuable in itself only
as a representation of conditions existing at the time. But both as
a matter of historical interest and from a practical point of view it is
even more important to know what changes in hours and earnings
are taking place from year to year, and that knowledge can be
obtained only by means of periodical surveys of the industrial field.
How often such surveys should be undertaken depends somewhat
upon the rapidity with which industrial changes are taking place.
Under conditions such as prevail to-day a yearly survey would be
none too frequent, while in normal times, two or even three years'
interval might be allowed to elapse between two successive studies of
the same industry.
Of the 28 industries included in the present survey, 10, as will be
seen from the table on page 10, have been the objects of earlier




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B U L L E T IN OF T H E BU REAU OF LABOR STATISTICS.

investigations by the Bureau. In the case of 5 of these industries
the last previous report is for 1915, for 3 it is for 1914, and for 2 it is
for 1913. For all these 10 industries the information gathered to-day
acquires additional value because of the possibility of bringing it into
comparison with similar information contained in the earlier reports.
It must be recognized, however, that as the length of time elapsing
between two successive investigations of the same industry is in­
creased, the value of the material for comparative purposes dimin­
ishes somewhat. It may be added that the longer the interval
between the surveys is made, the greater becomes the difficulty and
the expense involved in carrying them out. For the other 18 indus­
tries included in this survey no basis for comparison exists, and the
information is valuable only as descriptive of present conditions, and
as furnishing a point of departure for comparative studies based on
later investigations of the same industries.
No one will question the great need that exists for the accumula­
tion of a large body of accurate statistical information concerning
the earnings and hours of employment of the wage-earning people of
the United States. It will become more and more essential as time
passes that the decision of all questions involving the economic well­
being of the laboring classes should rest, not on guesswork or on ex
parte statements, whether of employers or of employees, but on the
accurate, reliable, and strictly impartial results of investigations such
as the industrial survey. Economic questions are bound to consti­
tute a constantly increasing share of the business coming before
legislative and administrative bodies, and the fundamental question
underlying all specific economic and industrial problems has to do
with the effect of the action under consideration upon the well-being
of the wage-earning classes. Congress in its deliberations upon the
tariff or immigration or the Federal control or operation of industry,
State legislatures in outlining plans for workmen's compensation
or industrial insurance or minimum-wage laws for women, Federal
and State commissions in regulating the prices of commodities or
services placed under their control or in seeking to reconcile con­
flicting claims of employers and employees as to hours, wages, or
other conditions of employment, all need the guidance of a carefully
selected and clearly presented body of information concerning exist­
ing conditions on which to base their action. The Bureau of Labor
Statistics could render no greater service to the country than that of
always having available for the use of such legislative and adminis­
trative officers a large body of up-to-date information on all matters
pertaining to the economic condition of wage workers and their
relations to their employers.
The industrial survey has brought together information concerning
the hours and earnings of 404,758 wage earners, distributed among
28 industries and 43 States. Of the total number, of employees




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25

318,946 are males and 85,812 are females. In the general tables
constituting the body of this report the information is presented in
detail by occupation, sex, and State for each industry covered by
the survey. These general tables are preceded by two summary text
tables. I n the first one the data are assembled by industry and
sex with all States combined; in the second one the same informa­
tion is given b y sex for each State with all industries in the State
combined. Additional columns in the first table indicate how many
States and how many employees are included in each industry;
similar columns in the second table indicate how many industries
and how many employees are included in each State.

So large a number of employees is included in these summary
tables that the figures here given may safely be regarded as fairly
typical of the economic condition of the industrial population of the
country at the time when the survey was made. For close com­
parison, however, whether between industries, occupations, or locali­
ties, based either on the summary tables or on the general tables,
all the disturbing factors pointed out earlier in the report must be
borne in mind. In order that the reader may have available the
information needed to enable him to make proper allowance for
these factors in using either the general or the summary tables, a
number of important details concerning the method in which the
survey was carried out are herewith presented.
Table 3 presents a correlation of States and industries. From
this table the reader may readily ascertain either what industries
were included in any State or what States were covered in any
industry. As an additional detail the sex of the employees is indi­
cated in the case of each item. Thus UM. F.” in the column headed
“ Boxes, paper” and in the line beginning Connecticut, indicates that
both male and female employees in the paper-box industry were
scheduled in the State of Connecticut. In the survey of the more
highly centralized industries, like the manufacture of automobiles,
clothing, iron and steel, pottery, and rubber, practically every State
in which the industry is important has been included. In widely
scattered industries like the manufacture of brick, chemical products,
confectionery, and millwork, many States in which the industries
are found have necessarily been omitted. It would throw some
light on the representative character of the figures for each industry
if it were possible to bring into comparison with the number of
employees included in the survey in each State the total number
in that State and also the number in the omitted States. Unfor­
tunately the latest available figures for the number of employees in
the different industries and States are so out-of-date that the use
of them for this purpose would be misleading rather than informing.
In interpreting the figures for the different industries in the first
summary table, and especially for the different States in the second
summary table, these facts should be taken into consideration.




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3 .—CORRELATION OF STATES AND INDUSTRIES.

BULLETIN

Alabama...........................
Arkansas............1.............
California.......................J.
Colorado...........................
Gorrneotirtnt
Delaware..!........................
Florida...... ......................
Georgia.............................
Idaho...........................
Illinois.. ‘..........................
Indiana.............................
Iowa..................................
K ansas....
Kentucky..
Louisiana..........................
Maine.........
.........
Maryland...........................
Massachusetts..................
Michigan...........................
Minnesota.........................
Mississippi........................
Missouri............................
Montana............ ..............
N ew Hampshire..............
N ew Jersey.......................
New Mexico................
New Y ork.........................
North Carolina.. ‘............
Ohio..................................
Oklahom a.. ...................
Oregon..............................
Pennsylvania...................
Rhode Island....... .•..........
South Carolina.................
Tennessee.........................
T exas................................
U tah..................................
Vermont...........................
Virginia.............................
W ashington......................
W est Virginia...................
Wisconsin.........................
Wyoming..........................

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INTRODUCTION.

27

In the following paragraphs are given a number of important
details about tho conditions under which the survey of each industry
was carried out. In the case of any industry which comprises two
or more generally recognized subdivisions, the parts covered by the
survey are enumerated. The dates of the first and last pay-roll
periods included in each industry are given, as well as the number of
part-time pay rolls from which information was taken and the States
in which they are located. Due consideration should be given to
these facts in making use of the data given in the tables. A more
detailed account of the conditions prevailing in each industry at
the time of the survey, and the method in which the investigation of
that industry was carried out, will be found in the later volumes of
the report dealing with the several industries separately.
A u t o m o b i l e s .— The manufacture of automobiles may be readily sub­
divided into two parts— the manufacture of pleasure cars and the
manufacture of commercial cars. Of the 32 establishments covered
in this investigation, 13 manufactured only pleasure ears, 14 only
commercial cars, while 5 manufactured both pleasure and com­
mercial cars. The earliest schedule included in the survey of the
automobile industry was for the pay-roll period ending January 11,
1919, and the latest for the period ending April 26, 1919. No parttime pay rolls are included. The industry as a whole was active at
the time of the investigation, with some increase of activity notice­
able during the progress of the survey.
P a p e r b o x e s .— In the manufacture of paper boxes, two subdivisions
are recognized, depending on whether the product consists of folding
boxes or set-up boxes. Of the 81 establishments covered by the
survey, 47 were manufacturing only set-up boxes, 15 only folding
boxes, while 19 manufactured both set-up and folding boxes. The
earliest schedule included in the survey of the paper-box industry
was for the pay-roll period ending January 8, 1919, and the latest for
the period ending May 15, 1919. No part-time pay rolls were in­
cluded. Factories making set-up boxes were very active, while many
of those manufacturing folding boxes were running rather light.
During the progress of the survey the industry was expanding.
B r i c k .— The earliest schedule included in the brick industry covered
the pay-roll period ending January 31, 1919, while the latest was for
the p ^ iod ending May 30, 1919. No part-time pay rolls were in­
cluded. The industry was extremely quiet and practically stationary
throughout the period of the survey.
C a r s .— The investigation in the car industry was confined to estab­
lishments engaged in the manufacture of freight cars on a commercial
basis. The earliest schedule included in the survey was for the pay­
roll period ending February 6, 1919, and the latest for the period
ending May 15, 1919. No part-time pay rolls were included. The




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BU LLETIN ' OF T H E BU REAU OF LABOR STATISTICS.

condition of the industry was practically stationary during’the period
of the survey.
C h e m i c a l s .— Under this general heading the survey included estab­
lishments engaged in the manufacture of general chemicals, explosives,
pigments, fertilizers, food products, petroleum products, soap, and
sugar. The earliest schedule included in the survey was for the pay­
roll period ending September 25, 1918, while the latest was for the
period ending May 31, 1919. Only 13 of the 166 schedules included
in the tabulation were for periods antedating January 1, 1919. No
part-time pay rolls were included. During the period covered by the
survey the activity of the industry in general was diminishing. In
some branches the contraction was quite rapid owing to the cancella­
tion of war contracts.
C i g a r s .— 'The material here presented on the cigar industry applies
only to the manufacture of what are known in the trade as large
cigars. The earliest schedule was for the pay-roll period ending January 17, 1919, and the latest for the period ending May 17, 1919.
Four schedules of establishments working only five days a week were
included. These were all located in the East, three in Massachusetts
and one in Pennsylvania, and reflect the curtailment of production
in that section of the country that prevailed during the time of the
survey. In other parts of the co u n ty conditions were normal,
except that there was some falling off in demand, owing to the ap­
proach of the date for enforcing prohibition.
M e n ’ s c l o t h i n g .—The material included in this industry covers the
manufacture of coats, pants, and vests for the trade. The earliest sched­
ule included in the survey was for the pay-roll period ending August
8,1918, while the latest was for the period ending March 19, 1919. Of
the 134 schedules included in the industry, 29 were for periods earlier
than January 1, 1919. No schedules for part-time pay rolls were
included. In general the survey covered a busy period in this indus­
try, although toward the end of the period the industry was con­
tracting somewhat.
W o m e n ’s
c l o t h i n g .— Under this general heading are included five
subdivisions, the products of which are, respectively, cloaks, suits
and skirts, dresses and waists, house dresses, children’s dresses, and
white goods. The earliest schedule in any branch of the industry
was for the pay-roll period ending December 21, 1918, while the
latest was for the period ending April 26, 1919. Only one schedule
antedated January 1, 1918. No schedules for part-time pay-roll
periods were included. The industry was very active during the
period of the survey, expanding somewhat from the beginning until
near the end of the period.
C o a l m i n i n g .—The schedules for the coal-mining
industry cover
both anthracite coal mining and bituminous coal mining. All




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29

schedules for anthracite mines were for the pay-roll period ending
January 31, 1919. The earliest schedule for a bituminous mine was
for the same date, while the latest covered the period ending May 31,
1919. During January, February, and March, production fell off
sharply, while during April and May conditions in the industry were
improving. Many part-time pay-roll periods are included in the
tabulation. By States, the condition of the industry at the time of
the survey was approximately as follows:
One-fourth to three-fourths time.—Utah.
One-fourth to fu ll time.— Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, K entucky.
One-half to fu ll time.— Alabama, Kansas, Maryland, Missouri, Pennsylvania,
Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Wyoming.
Three-fourths to fu ll time.— New M exico, Ohio, Oklahoma.
C o n f e c t i o n e r y . — The earliest schedule in this industry was for the
pay-roll period ending January 4, 1919, and the latest for the period
ending June 3, 1919. No part-time pay rolls were included. The
industry was active during the entire period covered by the survey
and expanding somewhat.
E l e c t r i c a l a p p a r a t u s .— Under this heading is included information
concerning the manufacture of such electrical machinery as generators,
motors, and transformers, and such apparatus and supplies as tele­
phone equipment, meters, circuit breakers, rheostats, and wiring
devices. The earliest schedule was for the pay-roll period of the
month of November, 1918, and the latest for the week ending May
21, 1919. Only one schedule antedated January, 1919. Only one
part-time pay roll was included. That was for an establishment in
Massachusetts. The industry was in a stationary, quiet condition
during the period of the survey.
F o u n d r i e s .— The foundries from which data for the survey were
obtained were, for the most part, departments of establishments
using their own castings. Automobiles were the final product of 1
of these establishments, electrical apparatus of 2, typewriters of 2,
machine tools of 5, cars of 6, and machinery of 134. The earliest
schedule was for the pay-roll period ending October 26, 1918, and the
latest for the period ending May 16, 1919. Only 15 pay-roll periods
are included which antedated January 1, 1919. Of these 8 fell in
the month of December. Part-time pay-roll periods were included
as follows: One in Maine, two in New Hampshire, one in Vermont,
one in Massachusetts, one in Rhode Island, three in New York, one in
Pennsylvania, one in Delaware, and one in Iowa. The foundry
industry in general was undergoing gradual contraction of business
during the period covered by the survey.
F u r n i t u r e .— This survey of the furniture industry was confined
to establishments engaged in the manufacture of plain or uphol­
stered wooden furniture. The earliest schedule in the furniture




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B U L L E T IN OF T H E BU REA U OF LABOR STATISTICS.

industry was for the pay-roll period ending October 31, 1918, and
the latest for the period ending March 5, 1919. Four schedules
antedated December 1, 1918. Nearly all of the pay-roll periods
fell in the months of December, January, and February. No parttime pay rolls were included. The condition of the industry was
practically stationary and generally somewhat below normal during
the period covered by the survey.
G l a s s . — The glass industry calls for subdivision according to the
nature of the product. The present survey includes establishments
engaged in manufacturing the following articles: Bottles, lighting
fixtures, plate glass, tableware, and window glass. The earliest
schedule was for the pay-roll period ending October 15, 1918,. and the
latest for the period ending Ma;y 17? 1919. Only one schedule was
for a period antedating January 1, 1919. Part-time pay rolls were
included as follows: Two in New York and one each in New Jersey
and Pennsylvania. The glass industry was somewhat stagnant
during the first part of 1919. Later, most forms of glass manufac­
turing showed a tendency to expand in volume. The manufacture of
bottles, however, suffered further contraction,, probably due to the
approach of the time for the enforcement of prohibition.
H o s i e r y . a r d u n d e r w e a r .— Of the 51 establishments from which in­
a
formation was obtained for the hosiery and underwear industry, 24
manufactured only hosiery, 24 only underwear,, while 3 manufac­
tured both hosiery and underwear. The earliest schedule was for the
pay-roll period ending December 20,. 1918, and the latest for the period
ending May 21, 1919. Only four schedules antedated January 1, 1919.
It was found necessary to include a considerable number of part-time
pay-roll periods in the industry, and a number of others in which a
part of the plant was on short time. By States the establishments
were distributed as follows: All occupations.on short time— Massachu­
setts, 1; Connecticut, 1; Michigan, l;*North Carolina, 2; Tennessee,
1; some occupations on short time— New Hampshire, 1; Massachu­
setts, 1; New York, 1; Pennsylvania, 2; Virginia, 2 ; Tennessee, 2 ;
Ohio, 2; Michigan, 2 ; Wisconsin, 1. As would be inferred from the
number of part-time pay rolls listed above, the industry was in a very
inactive condition. There was not much change in that respect
between the beginning and the end of the period covered by the
survey.
I r o n
a n d
s te e l*
— The departments of the iron and steel industry
included in- the survey are the following: Blast furnaces, Bessemer
converters,, open-hearth furnaces, puddling mills, blooming m ilk,
plate mills, standard rail mills, bar mills, sheet mills, and tinplate
mills. The earliest schedule was for the pay-roll period ending
October 2d, 1918, except for one department of one plant dating
from June, 1918, and the latest for the period ending May 17, 1919r.




IN T R O D U C T IO N .

a i

Schedules for 33 of the 67 establishments included in the tabulation
antedated. January 1, 1919. Of these, 28 were for December,. 1 was
for November, and 3 were for October. Part-time pay rolls, for one
department only, were taken in 9 establishments, distributed as
follows: Two in Pennsylvania, 5 in Ohio, and 1 each in Illinois and
Virginia. The industry was running at high speed until the begin­
ning of 1919; after that time the rate of production fell off rapidly.
L e a t h e r .— The three divisions o f the leather industry represented
in the present survey are the tanning of sole leather, of upper leather,
calf and cow, and of goat and kid skins. The earliest schedule was for
the pay-roll period ending January 31, 1919, and the latest for the
period ending June 6, 1919. No part-time pay rolls were included.
The industry was in a practically stationary condition, or slightly
contracting, during the period covered by the survey.
L o g g i n g .— The earliest schedule in the logging industry was for
the pay-roll period ending September 30, 1918, and the latest for the
period ending March 31, 1919. Of the total number of schedules, 26
antedated January 1, 1919. No part-time pay rolls were included.
The condition of the industry was practically stationary and generally
somewhat below normal during the period covered by the survey.
L u m b e r
( s a w m i l l s ).— The earliest schedule in the lumber industry
was for the pay-roll period ending September 14, 1918, and the latest
for the period ending April 12, 1919. Of the total number of sched­
ules, 45 antedated January 1, 1919. No part-time pay rolls were
included. The condition of the industry was practically stationary
and generally somewhat below normal during the period covered by
the survey.
M a c h in e
s h o p s .— The
machine shop products included in the
survey have been grouped under two heads—machine tools and
other forms of machinery. Moreover, considerable machine shop
work is found also in other industries covered by this investigation,
such as the manufacture of automobiles, of cars, of electrical ap­
paratus, and of typewriters. Where the term “ machinery” is used
in this report, it is to be understood as referring to the industry here
called Hother machinery” .
M a c h i n e t o o l s .— The earliest schedule in the machine tool industry
was for the pay-roll period ending September 17, 1918, and the
latest for the period ending April 8, 1919. All the pay-roll periods
except the one in April fell in the months of September, October,
and November. No part-time pay rolls were included. During
the earlier months of the survey, production was proceeding at
top speed; at the date of the last schedule the rate of production
had fallen off materially, a condition reflected principally in the
laying off of night shifts.




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B U L L E T IN OF T H E BU REAU OF LABOR STATISTICS.

O th e r
m a c h i n e r y . —Of the machine-shop products grouped under
the head of other machinery, about 50 per cent were engines and
pumps. The other 50 per cent consisted of such heavy products
as mining machinery, ice-making machines, printing presses, sugarmill machinery, and textile machinery. The earliest schedule was
for the pay-roll period ending October 31, 1918, and the latest for
the period ending May 24, 1919. Of the 122 pay-roll periods included
in the survey, only 10 antedated January 1, 1919. Of these, 7
were for December, 2 for November, and 1 was for October. One
part-time pay roll was included in each of the following States:
New Hampshire, New York, Maryland, Indiana, Iowa. In general
the industry was contracting during the period covered by the sur­
vey, and toward the end of the time conditions were considerably
below normal.
M illw orlc .—The earliest schedule taken in the millwork industry
was for the pay-roll period ending September 27, 1918, and the latest
for the period ending April 5, 1919. Of the 105 schedules taken for
the survey, 53 antedated January 1, 1919. Of these, 47 were for
pay-roll periods in December. No part-time pay rolls were included.
The industry increased in activity during the latter part of the period
covered by the survey.
O v e r a l l s .— So far as possible,
the information compiled for the
overalls industry was limited to employees engaged directly upon
overalls. In a few establishments, however, where overalls were the
chief product, but khaki or cottonade work pants or work shirts
were also made, it was impossible to segregate the overalls employees.
The earliest schedule in the industry was for the pay-roll period
ending January 15, 1919, and the latest for the period ending June 12,
1919. Of the 131 pay rolls included, only 7 antedated the second
half of March. One part-time pay roll in New York was taken and
a few other- establishments w
rere included in which the usual Satur­
day half holiday had been lengthened to include the whole day.
The industry was going through a dull period, due to the termina­
tion of war orders, but toward the end of the period was gradually
getting back to normal conditions.
P a p e r
a n d
p u l p .— The survey of
the paper and pulp industry
included the manufacture of news print, wrapping, and blotting paper,
book paper, and writing paper. The earliest schedule was for the
pay-roll period ending October 7, 1918, and the latest for the period
ending May 24, 1919. Of the 86 schedules included in the survey
only 11 antedated January 1, 1919. No part-time pay rolls were
included. Owing to war-time restrictions, the industry was quiet
during the early part of the survey. After the first of January there
was a slow but constant increase in activity until the end of the period
covered by the survey.




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33

Pottery .—The earliest schedule included in the pottery industry
covered the pay-roll period ending March 14, 1919, while the latest
was for the period ending June 13, 1919. No part-time pay rolls
were included. The condition of the industry was normal.
Rubber goods.—Of the several branches of the manufacture of
rubber goods four were included in the survey, viz*: The manufacture
of tires and tubes, of hose, of boots and shoes, and of mechanical goods.
The earliest schedule was for the pay-roll period ending November 11,

1918, and the latest for the period ending April 4, 1919. Of the 24
schedules included, only 3 and part of a fourth antedated January 1,
1919. The only part-time pay roll was for an establishment in Con­
necticut. The different branches of the industry showed different
conditions of activity during the period of the survey. The rubbershoe industry was dull and stationary, the mechanical rubber goods
part of the industry was somewhat more active but about stationary,
while the rubber tire industry entered upon a period of rapid
expansion immediately after the signing of the armistice.
S ilk goods.—The investigation of the manufacture of silk goods was
confined to the manufacture of broad silk and narrow or ribbon silk.
Silk throwing at the one end, and dyeing and finishing at the other, are
both included. The earliest schedule was for the pay-roll period ending
September 28, 1918, and the latest for the period ending May 17, 1919,
All but four of the schedules fall in the months of December and
January. Only one part-time pay roll was included. That was for
an establishment located in New Jersey. In that establishment the
usual half day on Saturday was not being worked. In several other
establishments one or two occupations were working slightly less
than full time. The conditions of production of the industry were
considerably below normal. There was very little change in that
respect during the period covered by the survey.
Typewriters .—In default of a general term to describe the varieties
of products included in this group, the name of the most important
single one has been applied to the group as a whole. In addition to
the manufacture of typewriters, there is included the manufacture of
adding machines, computing machines, and cash registers. The ear­
liest schedule covered the pay-roll period ending January 9,1919, and
the latest one the period ending May 17, 1919. Two part-time pay
rolls, both for establishments located in Pennsylvania, were included.
The industry was expanding with considerable rapidity during the
period covered by the survey.
In the following table the information given in some detail by
industries in the preceding paragraphs has been brought together and
tabulated by States. The data for male and female employees are
given separately. Detailed information is added concerning the dis­
tribution by months of the pay-roll periods included in the survey of
each State. The date used in determining the distribution by months
1&£793°—20----- 3




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B U L L E T IN OF T H E BU REA U OF LABOR STATISTICS.

was the date of the close of the pay-roll period. In the first column
of the table appears the number of industries included in each State,
in the second the total number of schedules for full-time pay rolls, and
in the third the number of schedules forpart-time pay-rolls. The re­
maining columns show by States the number of pay-roll periods ending
in each specified month. These facts need to be considered in using
the figures of Table 6 as the basis of close comparisons between differ­
ent States, but broad generalizations are justifiable without regard
to these modifying factors in the case of States represented by a con­
siderable number of industries. In general the larger the number of
industries in a State the more representative are the figures.
4 . —N U M BER OF IN D U S T R IE S , N U M B E R OF SC H E D U L E S F O R FULL-TIM E PA Y
R OLLS A N D PART-TIM E P A Y ROLLS, A N D D IST R IB U T IO N OF P A Y R O LLS, B Y
MONTHS FOR EACH STATE.

T able

M ALE EM PLOYEES.
Number of—

Pay-roll periods ending in each specified month.

Schedules
for—
In­
dus­
tries. Full­
time
pay
rolls.

Alabama..........
Arkansas...........
California...........
Colorado.............
Connecticut
Delaware______
Florida...............
Georgia....... .......
Idaho.................
Illinois. . . . . . __
Indiana............. '
Iowa...................
Kansas...............
Kentucky..........
Louisiana..........
Maine.................
Maryland...........
Massachusetts. .
Michigan............
Minnesota..........
Mississippi.........
Missouri.............
Montana............ |
New Hampshire !
New Jersey........
New Mexico___
New York.........
North Carolina.
Ohio...................
Oklahoma..........
Oregon...............
Pennsylvania...
Rhode Island...
South Carolina.
Tennessee..........
Texas.................
Utah...................
Vermont............ 1
Virginia.............
Washington___
West Virginia..
Wisconsin.........
Wyoming..........
All States..

7
2
11

4
11

30

1918

Parttime June. Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.
May. June.
pay
rolls.
4

4
4
9

6
22

2

6

5
3
4
13
19
19
9

17
24
15
47
117
95
36

2

80

2

16

5

2

9

9
2
2
1

4

1

1
1
2

17

1
1

1

5

1

1
12
11

1
1
1

1

16

3
18
3

38

6

6
6

4

19
1
3
1 . . ...

1
1
6
1

3
2

1
2

2

10
12
6
1
2

11

2
12

2

1

4

3

9

24
7
24

231
32
224

4
7

19

2

5

5

4

21
1

54
16
44

2

6

7
27
4
3

24
302
14
17
44
24

12

4

3
9
9
18
1

5
32
36
37
96
4

28 2,208




1
1

5

1

19

1

3

1

10

5

7

1
66
1
1

8
6
1
8

3

U

1

1

7

9
87
7
9
2
6

1

5

2

5

4

3

2
1
2

2

3

24

63

47

217

1

13

157

7

4

2

17

15
14
9

1

1

1

1 One department only.

11
11
11

18
503

10
1

1

12

1

7

4
7

18
3
5

15
25
19
9

14
24
7

15

15

12

1

13

3
14

3
7

48

46

40

13

2

2

10

2

2

57

28

35

38

1

2

2
2

8

2
11

41
5
3
33

2

7

1
8

1

3

13
13
9

3
16

2

2

2
2
2

18

2

2

3

85

1

3

29

20

6
10

2
10

6

9
18

39
36

3
17
17
5
7
14

21
1

4

11
3
2
2
6
27
1 .....

4

10

13

5

1

2
1

6

2

5
5

8

4

49

142
23
84
18
9 I 38

8
6

2

3

10

77
25
41

1919

2

56
1
12

4

5
51
2

7
13

6

2

5
1
8

1

7

5

6

26

4

x

coo

States.

I

1

4
1

7
3
3

3
4

11

6
3

12

8

14

24

13
19
4

11

452

459

367

223

9

4

8

35

IN TR O D U C TIO N .
T a b l e 4 .— N U M B E R

O F IN D U S T R IE S , N U M B E R OF SC H E D U L E S FO R FULL-TIM E P A Y
RO LLS A N D PART-TIM E P A Y ROLLS, A N D D IS T R IB U T IO N OF P A Y R O L L S, B Y
M ONTHS FO R EACH ST A T E -C oncluded.

FEM
ALE EM
PLOYEES.
Number of—

States.

Schedules
for—
In­
dus­ F u ll­
tries. tim e
pay
rolls.

1918

1919

Parttime June. Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May.
June.
pay
rolls.

1

Alabama___
California—
Connecticut___
Delaware___
Florida.........
Georgia.........
Illinois..........
Indiana.........
Iowa.............
Kansas.........
Kentucky. . .
Louisiana. . .
Maine.............
Maryland___
Massachusetts. .
Michigan___
Minnesota.. .
Missouri.............
New Hampshire
New Jersey.. . .
New York........
North Carolina.
Ohio..............
Oregon...............
Pennsylvania...
Rhode Island...
Tennessee. . .
Texas............
V erm on t....
Virginia........
Washington___
West Virginia..
Wisconsin.........
All States..

Pay-roll periods ending in each specified month.

18
23
3

11
10

4
15
14
7

87
46
16

1
3
3
5
26
93
48
18
47

5

1
7
3
5

6

8
58
152
7
155
4
143
7
18
9

3
5
7

10

2
18

6
9

2
11

2
3

1
1
11

7
15
51
21

1 ,1 0 6

15

14

12

72

203

265

230

168

10

In tables 5 and 6 are given for all the employees included in the
survey the facts as to hours worked and earnings received, as those
terms have been defined on pages 13 to 19. In both tables the data
are given separately for male and female employees. In Table 5 the
employees are grouped by industries, all States being combined,
while in Table 6 the same employees are grouped by States with all
industries combined. In both tables pay-roll periods of all lengths
have been thrown together, as nearly all of the items are so large,
and include data from such a variety of pay rolls, that the disturbing
effect of a single factor like the length of the pay-roll period is largely
eliminated.
Table 3 shows that in 7 of the 28 industries included in the survey
no women were employed, or so few as to make their tabulation
inadvisable. In three metal-working industries— foundries, iron and




36

BULLETIN OF TH E BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS.

steel, and machine tools— so few women were found that the resulting
tabulated data is inadequate to insure typical representation. On
the other hand, w
rhile there is on the list no industry employing
women only, there are six in which the number of females exceeds
the number of males. In only one of these, the manufacture of
overalls, is the number of men less than 1,000. The 358 employees
listed in this industry for the whole country are hardly sufficient in
number to justify the use of the resulting tabulation data as typical.
Apart from these four items, female employees in the foundry, iron
and steel, and machine-tool industries and males in the overalls
industry, enough employees are included in every group in the table
to make the results fairly representative.




T able

5 . — AVERAGE

AND CLASSIFIED HOURS W O R K ED PER W E E K D A Y AND EARNINGS PER HOUR W O R K E D , B Y S E X OF EMPLOYEES AND
B Y INDUSTRY.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ age
hours
Num­ ber of
Sex and industry. ber of em­ work­
10
7
4
5
11
ed
States ploy­ per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
7.
10. 11. 12.
9,
6.
5.

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per Un­
hour der
work­ 20
ed. cts.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

50
40
20
30
and and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der der
30
70
60
50
40
cts. cts. cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1.

SI
and
un­
der
$1.25,

$1.25
and'
un­
der
$1.50.

3322 1799 803 369 123
94
11
21
156
2071 2255 1871 1498 1155
2520 1215 448
24
63
26
55
457 257 102
2263 839 282 154 104
654 559 297 238 271

$1.50 $1.75
and and $2
un­ un­ and
der der over.
$1.75. $2.

114
18

MALES.

T otal.........




$0,571
6057 4820 1086 327
455 1022
10 .384
46
48
65 148 774 475 126
34
109 209 335 410 273 101
85 .460
779 1577 2582 3987 3452 1244 323
25 .698
1250 1844 1840 5390 6338 4272 1336 2367 .456
238 755 1190 1606 986 207
2 .446
55 '"ii
19 .558
209 448 776 2796 4898 426
66
35 116 527 1832 460
.724
22

17
331
50
146
75 1217
108 817
12 186
25

1110
630
614
1279
7903
1422
1009
149

4943
535
545
2642
1525
1242
2250
286

478
464
1039
260
88
2777
1111

822
1803
1991
610
1520
4406
4257

3312 5703 2072 1141 845 683 756 266
4036 7548 10790 4378 3573 2791 3548 1033
12
20
92
843 247
26
1200 839 636 502 239
53
5506 3205 2226 1426 988 257 118
2300 607 235
11
43
2530 672 616 770 491 453 533 125

5319
165
269
2562
4470
737
2819
521

17812
1805
1773
15606
28478
5223
9926
3127

8.2
8.3
76
7.7 143
7.8 1037
8.4 2990
7.8 150
7.
286
8.1
69

16216
40541
4370
4369
15340
10615
11738

7.4 1615 625 1047
3383 4199 1372 802
5.5 8382 9134 8027 5770 4253 2697 1256 535
99 141 241 1119 1932 366
8.7 188
62
7.9 100
70 107 300 1011 1842 844
73
8.2 686 420 521 1115 2311 4011 3840 1631
8.5 540 191 247 366 756 1999 4724 1649
7.7 1221 697 653 1180 2282 2196 1463 803

617
272
54
6
364
35
791

.616
.723
.359
.527
.545
.348
.502

36
126
3
2
236
130

2607
31588
7920
7330
18022

10
22
81 300 171 275 935 524 166
123
5968 1910 1946 3685 2776 2450 2599 2525 2232 5497
8.1 434 194 258 597 830 3174 1238 989 147
59
6.0 2294 506 §79 564 859 941 603 828 114
42
7.2 3157 756 1076 1413 2234
2503 3330 347 170

.467
.748
.521
.434
.358

281 641 588 556 285 119
515 1683 9509 5812 2298 2093 1828 1561 2914 1413
168 1267 2498 2061 937 599 262
79
47
2
152 1336 1668 1542 1246 1048 212 126
617 5118
75
64
2702 2619 370

7817
14931
5154
358
6379
2142
15134
3755
8870

8.2
8.1
7.1
8.6
7.1
8.2
8.0

43 318946

338
566
271
15
188
134
365
195
198

365
37
74

151
339
100
14
114
125
378
109
110

248
571 1768 3063 1022
470 822 2097 5286 3491 1081
118 198 889 1607 1465 471
30
98
8
46 142
3
152 261 357 2787 1263 532
241 415 468 490 197
72
726 1741 2682 4021 3079 1455
103 176 460
816 152
3199
173 474 585

473
215
168
16
441
108
452

318
481
22
1
281

40
298
13
1
444

415
23
215

272
27
58

7.6 32423 18333 20483 28180 41768 74273 56709 26531 857011676

.542
.599
.401
.583
.490
.646
.497
.456
.496

50

36
81
976
10
70
76
203
165
323

850
1535
1524
36
782
224
2854
515
2055

2761
4281
1461
62
3255
378
4009
1909
2439

2057
3188
741
53
1291
362
2543
724
1782

226
1114
2362 1769 1131
5
271 127
27
118
31
556 280 145
255 266 240
2178 1500 781
24
59
327
1228 818 201

140
351

100
90
350

30
128

18
63

INTRODUCTION,

Automobiles...........
Boxes, paper..........
Brick......................
Cars.........................
Chemicals...............
Cigars......................
Clothing, men’s --Clothing, women'sCoal:
Anthracite.......
Bituminous___
Confectionery...........
Electrical machinery
Foundries.................
Furniture.................
Glass.........................
Hosiery and under­
wear ......................
Iron and steel...........
Leather.....................
Logging....................
Lumber....................
Machine shops:
Machine tools. . .
Other machinery
Millwork..............
Overalls...............
Paper and p u lp ..
Pottery................
Rubber................
Silk......................
Typewriters........

781

767

135
185

12

14

.561 171518364 51557 80089 60718 41551 23689 15152 948710646 3225 1313

575

865

OO
-<r

£ able 5 .—

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED ttO tJR S W ORK ED PER WEEK! D A f AND EARNINGS PER HOUR W O R K E D , B Y S E X OF EM PLOYEES A&D
B Y INDUST'RY—concluded.

Sex and industry.

Num­
Num­ ber of
ber of em­
States ploy­
ees.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
hours
work­
10
4
6
7
8
11
5
ed
and and and and and and 12
per Un­ and and un­
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
der un­ un­
week 4.
der der der der der der der der over.
day.
10.
12.
7.
6.

5.

Automobiles......
Boxes, paper......
Chemicals..........
Cigars................
Clothing, men’s-.
Clothing, women'*
Confectionery______
Electrical machinery
Foundries.............
Furniture.............
Olass....................
Hosiery and under­
wear..................
If on and steel........
Leather................
Machine tools........
Overalls.................
Paper and pulp..
Pottery..............
Rubber..............
Silk...................
(Typewriters.......
Total........




11.

44
26
135 355
62
26
541 1330
1227
688
552 1266
49 140
15
8
50
29
114 202

7,
28
7.5 273
40
7.5
7.6 567
7.3 408
7.4 303
7.4 874
7.6
50
7.1
8.1 ” 46
7.3 173

15
111
32
345
254
190
459
31
5
25
85

13374
159
1054
154
6439
1947
1115
3420
5608
3433

7.6
6.1
6.9
7.7
6.7
8.0
6.8
7.6
7.8
7.8

355 .1040 1247 2453 4990 2505
60
1
14
10
53
51
87 120 489
65 147
14
89
6
2
8
31
40
357 713 1493 2415 1138
54 128 264 863 531
52
67
33
85 242 365 241
80 179 541 924 980 637
169 140 440 1073 2359 1189
319 395 1714 520
62

260

85812

7.5 4284 2775 4829 9943 20261 31805 11187

703

524
21
93
4
283
45
80
76
219
177

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

16

20

25

30

40

50

Un­ and and and and and atid
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
16 der der der der der der
25
50
cts* 20
SO
40
60
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

47
168
10
27
$0,380
.242 315 944 1359 834 718 115
37
20 162
78 133 278
.272
.326 740 1055 1650 1692 3020 2207
.338 186 556 1184 1864 3400 1789
.368 169 336 1040 1119 1997 1017
.231 1369 2648 3675 1715 1408 271
12
94 291 419 478 190
.322
9
1
31
13
21
.333
8
186 356 190
45
.214 " m
19
.231 204 484 551 340 302

252 122
2392 297
76
262
3506 2165
4363 204
3000 155
3638 1795
733 134
6
6
243 330
546 391

622
4297
710
11278
9725
6782
11176
1618
83
915
1903

133
711
192
2733
2655
2155
2591
481
43
114
353

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

2
3
6
157

13

43
11
2
723
512
584
53

4090 1122
39 107
468 123
96
26
1920 838
459
43
325 156
1370 385
1613 863
1089 349

70

90

and and and cts. $1
un­ un­ un­ and and
der der der un­ un­
80
70
90 der der
cts. cts. cts. Si. $1.25.

183
5

.286
.419
.317
.345
.305
.278
.324
.326
.335
.300

670 1310 2937 3042
4
14 132 254
16
13
13
387 560 1102 1349
34
61 405 934
80 196 268
158 584 723
110 333 996 1072
17 152 646 1225

148
170
236
21
30

38
45
121
9
5

1
13
163
7
2

278

207

32

6
204
11
58
145
445
53

301 4384 914417143 17246 23455 9846 3,176
i

63
17
40
139
2
917

$1.25

and $1.50
un­ and
der over*

$1.50.

IN TR O D U C TIO N .

39

The grouping of employees by States in Table 6 gives somewhat
more uneven results. As the survey was planned primarily by indus­
tries and not by States, different States are represented by very
unequal numbers of industries. As may be seen from an examina­
tion of the table, there were 5 States in which no schedules were
taken. In the tabulation of male employees, 3 States are represented
by one industry, 6 by two industries, 3 by three industries, and 7 by
four industries; that is, out of the 43 States listed, 19 are represented
by less than five industries each. In the section of the table devoted to
female employees figures are given only for 33 States, since in the
remaining 10 States no women were found in any number in the
industries studied. Of these 33 States, 6 are represented by one
industry, 6 by two industries, 3 by three industries, and 4 by four
industries, or a total of 19 States, which are represented by fewer than
five industries each.
In using the figures relating to States represented by a small number
of industries it is essential that due attention should be paid to the
particular industries involved and the conditions under which they
were operating at the time of the survey. By reference to Table
3 it is possible to ascertain what industries are included in each
State, and from Table 5 what the general condition of hours and
earnings in each industry was. At the same time the fact that a
State is represented by a small number of industries is itself an indi­
cation of the small part that manufacturing plays in the industrial
life of that State. The figures in the table are indicative of condi­
tions in the State so far as the kind of industries included in the
survey is concerned; but because by far the larger part of the indus­
trial life of the State is outside the range of the present survey it
can not be claimed that the figures represent general industrial
conditions in the State. The predominantly manufacturing States of
the East and Middle West, on the other hand, are represented by
such large numbers of industries and employees that no hesitation
need be felt in using the figures for those States as typical of general
industrial conditions.




T a b l e 6 .—

A VER AG E AND CLASSIFIED HOURS W ORK ED PER W E E K D AY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR W O R K E D , B Y SE X OF EM PLOYEES AN D
BY STATE.
O

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

Un­
der
20
cts.

90
cts. $1 $1.25 $1.50 111. 75 ! $2
and and and and and i and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der
der $1.25. $1.50. $1.75. der over.
$2.
$1.

20
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
40
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

1253
617
69
50
179
6
1308
882

1582 838 348
522
32
7
902 2149 1288
163 1197 611
1375 1519 1118
65 218 234
1055 452 199
71
1373 339
8 271 494
3341 7493 5325
2767 3700 2268
712 1171 707
152 389 297
757 1026 970
2102 173 115
523 869 443
403 1027 873
3028 4507 2777
2544 4071 3445
1002 1054 474
10
983
46
1649 1329 1083
1 621 222
146 276 154
1661 4443 2038
70 145 135
3106 6184 4839
41
1066 723
3586 7930 6217
71 229 456
11 59C 1477
4847 14711 14213
356 925 842

221
2
479
1080
518
171
96
42
48
4063
2475
749
549
328
149
180
996
1800
2834
258
4
1287
57
70
1476
394
3020
16
4122
428
434
8783
328

257
2
364
409
323
94
43
33
12
2110
1579
432
193
211
92
74
283
1000
1688
157
1
717
4
24
972
108
2161
5
2576
161
167
5509
48

132
75
56
7
368 127 114
281 212 272
160 120 131
159
12
3
2
23
2
1
5
8
2
1582 1413 1576
1116 729 909
242 137 117
191 172 218
180 110 175
64
11
2
16
2
181 156 181
440 131
89
767 333 175
90
46
31
9
399 137
90
2
3
4

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

BULLETIN

Sex and State.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Aver­
age
age
Num­ Num­hours
earn­
ber of ber of work­
ings
in­ em­
9
7
8
6
10
11
4
5
per
ed
dus­ ploy­ per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12 hour
tries. ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and work­
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over- ed.
9.
7.
6.
8.
10. 11. 12.
5.

^

O
F

M ALE S.

24
2
7
27
4

'*496
1008
202
36
173
803
15
207
315
739
96
431
456
25
223
27
915
883
641
17
1710
22

27

9

5

10

30
70
15

60
26j
1

36
7

63
13

47
90
2
8
11

69
140

10

1

368
235

152
136

76
84

25
22

45
10
13
8

9
2

13

7

14

1

1
11

1
2

5
443 214 186
27
5
5
98
68 16
56
786 290 382 126
30
19
32
1
76
1794 1178 1364 386 184
204
1
55
2
63
36
56
10
7
42
278
26
3922 2891 3491 1277 ” 490 ” 206 ’ ” 256
1
13

STATISTICS.

24

660 328 490 $0,423 107
18
8 .300
1
233
2
76 .577
258 113i
21 1 17 j .659
5
75
89
40 .509
6
464
2
6I .596
28
57
38j .336 **2i5
435
608 103 107 i .306 322
1
1 ' .510
4
1761 549 379 ! .623 ’"'39
89
2140 658 627 ! .615
79
81 | .538
13
522
16
19 i .703
3
33
82 128 .574
13
224
93
1516 122 215 .356
276
66
39 .471
63 148 . 584j 67
93
9
1078 336 354 .4161
8
1417 290 153 .541
52
23 .480! 22
520
6
23
150
23 .3081
30
44 • 54ll
497 152
9
2
2 .462'
4
24
12
29 .4681
11
815 340 587 .529
3
4
.671
18
1735 530 694 .542: 60
72
435
71 .326! 105
1667 612 1304 .622
47
35 .635
49
33
12
9 .7031
38
3628 2202 4570 .643 126
2911 41
15 .493
5

LABOR

4
21
1

450 593 326
110 203 221
1075 2100 681
624 613 369
525 1S96 1740
112 386 154
440 901 796
187 321 1 585
13
154 131
3582 7068 4669
1652 2980 3504
407 444 1099
172 173
97
439 383 374
179 606 315
116 662 808
702 1371 550
2631 4810 2571
2401 5038 3967
305' 899 678
2011 247 179
655 1778 2125
123 228 143
40 227 145
1701 3453 2551
177 119
47
3086 8249 4152
316 463 576
4575 7589 5886
143 184 428
740 827 241
9040 11860 8017
155 443 1327

O
F




2

7.6 813 307 391 56?
4920
7.5 177
40
69 I ll
1190
7.3 768 234 251 495
6051
5.9 950 681 511 535
4396
8.4 150 101 102 258
5465
7.4
69
49
83
73
962
8.1 267
79 125 257
3395
7.5 553
88 216! 300
3068
84!
5.0 322 108
843
7.4 2637 2439 2300 2690
28074
7.7 1794 1334 1120 1432
17241
7.5 430 512 662 265
4501
5.2 714 609 287 190
2310
6.3 809 566 493 573
4071
8.7 265
44 130 212
3604
8.8
41
2122
27
67
20
4439
7.3 442 i 348 1 376 346
8.2 420 249 630 1029
14108
8.0 948 445 617 1342
16618
7.8 411 106 108 137
3239
6.7 320
81 121 143
1490
7199
7.7 570 554 428 396
6.2 236
914
44
66
61
7.9
15
699
10 134
63
8.2 648 372 459 773
11699
1131 \ 5.9 139 197 269 162
21950
8.3 890 510 603 1501
2840
7.6 380
87 189 251
30305
7.7 2367 1165 1821 3319
1585
7.2 183 153 182 195
3032
6.5 577 157 175 256
7.5 7189 4159 4956 6811
62432
8.7
77
55
80
2540
56

BUREAU

California..................
Colorado...................
Connecticut.
Delaware........
Florida_
_
Georgia..............
Idaho..............
Illinois......................
Indiana.....................
Iowa........................
Kansas......................
Kentucky................
Louisiana.................
Maine......................
Maryland................
Massachusetts..........
Michigan.................
Minnesota.................
Mississippi. . . .
Missouri..................
Montana..............
New Hampshire___
New Jersey.............
New Mexico..........
New York................
North Carolina.........
Ohio.........................
Oklahoma.................
Oregon......................
Pennsylvania.........
Rhode Island...........

7
2
11
4
11
4
4
9
2
23
18
9
2
5
3
4
13
19
19
9
2
13

THE

Alabama...................

South Carolina..
Tennessee..........
Texas............... .
Utah..................
Vermont.......... .
Virginia.............
Washington___
West Virginia...
Wisconsin........ .
Wyoming........ .
Total..........
Per cent of to ta l.

479
7.1 845
7.2 345
5.4 194
8.4
7
7.4 591
6.0 1295
7.0 1252
8.7 724
4.9 134

318946

32423
101

106

250
665
313
100

224
456
115
116
13
298
230
590
338

185 185
415 661
421 713 673 1010 360
196 253 551 568
93
146
97
42
2
56
97
23
27 130
30
377 322 374 555 341
476 1162 997 246
78
884 759 972 672 534
500 998 2861 3758 2729
12
42
37
26
2

20483 28180

91
98
20

119
203
20

12
168
27
294
777
2

16
247
18
382
339

74273

95 1018
1030
256
3
3
606
1
254
1389

8570 11676

23

.303
.409
.439
.818
.458
.431
.604
.639
.472
.852

4
3

1159 417
15
2004 1022 460 219
365 345 293
13 112 282
200
47
34
1250 974 275 102
22 823 1896 1243
1200 1866 1009 499
3026 3758 2734 1245
4
1
47 155

6
164
90
118
3
82
230
490
63'
30

51557 80089 60718 41551 23689
16!

21

19

2
131
21

61
12
72
1
53 i 38
323’ 88
,
425 433
270 130
35

67
1
108
1
58
94
414
58
75

18
17
8
11
230
10
27

"*5 ’
14 .
83
36
2
*i2 .

9487 10646 3225 1313
0)

575
0)

4
53
1
1
865
C
1)

i Less than one-half of 1 per cent.

INTRODUCTION,




2721
5248
2267
85'
366
3511
4779
7004
13337
423

TABLE 6 .—

AVE R A G E AND CLASSIFIED HOURS W O RK ED PER W E E K D AY AN D EARNINGS PER HOUR W O R K E D , B Y S E X OF EM PLOYEES AN D
B Y STATE— Concluded.
fc©

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

U n­
der
16
cts.

16
and
un­
der
20
cts.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

14
49
2
57
1
437
22

4
11
12
12
2
173
3

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

and
un­
der
90
cts.

57

23

90
cts. $1 $1.25
and and and $1.50
un­ un­
un­ der der and
der $1.25, $1.50. over.
$1.

FEMALES.

13
60
159
151

703

11

1 0)

21
29
16
140
80
215
654
20
*193
"*229
83
98
80
356
30
59
319
92
338
’*605
.......
313
12
102

171 324
199 642
76
8
168 135
106 158
500 1628
708 1023
92 123
19
20
*’26
4
63
3
*312 299
562 2110
320 633
199 381
524 826
91
39
270 464
1259 2345
119 184
893 1799
17
19
1587 2093
15 122
364 429
70
34

112
3
46
254 405
4384 9144

C
1)

1 Less than one-half of 1 per cent.

258
11
150
706
20

5
1
203 240
79
852 1114 290
34
55 132
112 121 114
124 116
26
1691 2396 1106
851 727 129
102 106
20
39
84
1
149
306
2498
762
612
470
140
639
2371
144
1619
58
1774
186

109
644
3745
1160
841
457
213
920
3921
226
2044
105
2453
212
170
111
14
174 245
69
30
159 173
714 626
23455

1
475
1269
790
198
143
58
421
1938
24
871
21
1198
211
37
34

122
31
387 134
248
76
20
3
28
4
16
203 **66
777 193
1
3
52
190
1
3
76
335
19
143
2
5
1
10

128
12
39
170
9846 3176

1
5
123

STATISTICS.

10
195
4

$0,290
.270
.301
.312
.282
.249
.325
.240
.258
.296
.141
.178
.296
.316
.318
.334
.295
.246
.304
12 .327
.327
.258
.295
.314
.290
.374
.222
.295
.330
.292
.306
.294
.263
14 .301

LABOR

1
147 330 461
466 628 1124 530
10
13
49
41
73 173 354 143
98 114 186
81
825 2069 3783 432
419 910 1227 865
44 143 147
28
25 105
3
7
11
20 147
3
45
1
46 169
8 ‘ *23
322 653 792 167
1229 3409 4089 645
510 1103 1187 532
235 605 1169
37
347 432 1407 268
87 107 166 157
397 752 1125 339
1557 2928 5762 1446
127 111
83 108
1047 1920 3570
85
50
91
46
1109 1779 3376 2544
29
61 180 573
143 431 286 526
129 167
12
7
1
3
112 548
74
32
70
18
89 154 127
256 467
9943 20261 31805 11187
12
24
37 “13

O
F

21 85812

1
5.7
7.2
40
28
50
7.5 152 101 187
54
5.8
40 128
59
28
17
7.8
30
29
15
7.6
7.5 414 193 357
7.7 173 177 194
47
7.1
20
37
6.8
3
6
17
8.0
35
9.1
1
4
8.4
114 212
7.0 169
7.
370 236 871
7.2 289 203 281
7.4 122
53 112
7.4 168
91 100
19
25
7.5
27
7.4 151 106 145
7.5 581 374 657
61
45
65
7.4
7.2 449 320 447
11
6.9
11
16
7.6 524 327 488
6
24
37
8.3
78
41
7.9
84
22
6.4
21
19
7.3
1
7.4
48
30
7.2
2
5
61
7.0
80
7.9 130
135
7.5 4284 2775 4829

BUREAU




6
1056
3188
335
860
613
8232
4117
466
151
240
67
262
2435
10849
4111
2335
2813
588
3055
13322
795
7842
225
10160
911
1589
370
14
1074
130
680
2921

THE

Alabama..............
California............
Connecticut.........
Delaware.............
Florida................
Georgia................
Illinois.................
Indiana................
Iow a.....................
Kansas.................
K entucky............
Louisiana............
Maine...................
Maryland............
Massachusetts—
Michigan..............
Minnesota............
Missouri...............
New Hampshire.
New Jersey.........
New Y ork...........
North Carolina...
Ohio.....................
Oregon.................
Pennsylvania___
Rhode Island___
Tennessee............
T exas...................
Vermont..............
Virginia...............
Washington.........
West Virginia—
W isconsin............
T otal.........
Percent of total..

BULLETIN- O
F

Sex and State.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
Aver­
day for the pay-roll period were—
age
N um ­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
6
4
7
10
5
11
em­ ed
inand and
12
and
dus ploy­ per U n­ and and un­ un­ and and un­ and and
der un­ un­
un­ un­
un­
tries. ees. week 4.
der der der der der der der der over.
day.
6.
7.
10. 11. 12.
5.

rfx

278

207

0)

C
1)

(*)

0)

GENERAL TABLE.

The information concerning hours and wages summarized by indus­
tries in Table 5 and by States in Table 6 is presented in detail in the
following general table. In this table the industries follow one
another in alphabetical order. Under each industry are listed alpha­
betically the occupations included in the survey, and under each
occupation the States for which data concerning that occupation
were tabulated. In some industries the choice of occupation terms
presented difficulties either because of the lack of any specific term
in general use or because the same occupation was known by differ­
ent names in different parts of the country. In other instances em­
ployees carrying on essentially the same kind of work and receiving
practically the same scale of earnings have been grouped together
under one common term, in spite of the fact that they have dis­
tinctive names in the industrial world. A detailed statement of the
principles governing the selection of occupation terms and the mean­
ing of each term as used in this report would be too long to include
in the present volume. The subject will be fully treated in later
volumes dealing with the several industries separately. For the
great majority of the occupations, however, the terms are here
used as they are commonly known and understood in the industrial
world.
In these tables the information is presented separately for pay­
roll periods of different lengths. For reasons that have been devel­
oped in detail in the earlier part of this report, close comparisons be­
tween the hours of different occupations or localities should be made
only on the basis of pay-roll periods of approximately the same
length— one-week pay rolls with one-week pay rolls and so on. In
general no generalizations or comparisons should be made on the
basis of the figures given in the table without constant reference to
the limitations under which they may properly be used, as pointed
out in the preceding pages.




AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY.

IN
­
^

AUTOMOBILES.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

Un­
der
35
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
55
cts.

55
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

13

6

1
2

1
12

29

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

14

1
2
1

2

4

2

20
6

14

13

8

7

3

1

3

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

70
and
un­
der
75
cts.

75
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
SI
and and
un­ over.
der
$1.

BUREAU

A X L E A SS E M B L E R S .

3

27
16
46

9.0
7.0
7.5

1

2

9

2

1
1

2

26
1

15
3

6

2

2

3

29

38

16

3

8 .8

9

99

7.9

3

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
Ohio..........................
Wisconsin.................

3

98
62
39

7.5
8.7
8.9

4

4

5

2
2

3

8
1
1

33
5

33
13

” ‘ *2

1

8

3

4

5

11

41
14

8

Total......................

8

199

8 .1

6

8

8

10

39

54

66

8

Grand total............

17

298

8 .1

9

10

10

13

68

92

82

13




1

4

.532

4

2

.681

1

$0.451
.552
.450
.500

.660
.596
.611

1

1

2

5

.598

6

48

1

6

43

26

5

3
4

1

4

3

1

2

15

1

.

11

21

5

27
3

25
4

18

8

41

50

33

17

14

11

44

12

56

54

35

18

14

11

11

STATISTICS,

10

Total......................

2

10

11

LABOR

2
2
2

O
F

One week:
Indiana.....................
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Other States..............

THE

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

O
F

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em­
4
8
10
11
6
9
5
7
lish­ ploy- ed U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
per der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week 4. der der
der der der der der der over.
day.
6.
5.
8.
9.
10.
12.
7.
11.

BULLETIN

MALES.

BACK HANGERS AND TRIMMERS (TRIM SHOP).
One week:
Indiana......................
Michigan...................
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Other States.............
Total......................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
Ohio..........................
W isconsin_____

3

]
3

7. 7
6.7
6.9

2

40
26
35
91
16

14

208

7.3

8

3

4

107

3

2

4
3

8 .0

1

1

10

2

17
4

i
25

1

3

8 .6

6

3

45

1

ii

Total......................

9

160

8 .0

11

Grand to ta l...........

23

368

7.6

19

4i
7

°

66

52

19

9

11

41
5
7

2
22

1

3

711

1

27

2

.715

2

36

2

30

2

SO 539
.
.779
.571
.820
.767

1

2

2

11

4
1

3

2
2

6

3
5

10

14

53

51

9

1

11

7

6

5

10
1

.780

80

105

70

10

1

.743

1

6
2

15

5

6
2

10

23

12

5

4

14

1
1

1
2

1
1

3
8
5
4!
9
t
___ _
17
12
29
20

2
2

8

3
1

18

.790

46

4
5

2

.6 8 6

9

1
1
2

2

.783

1

2
2
2
1

5

11

7

7

16

20

16

18

13

17

39

19

3
15
33
45

6
8

1
8

2

3

3

3

13

1

101

18

24

54
87

57
54

2

6

3
6

9

88

18

9

43

25

2

4

1

2

1
1

8

13
75

34

45

4

122

63

4

7

1

1

BENCH H A N D S (M A C H IN E SH O P ).

One week:
Indiana.....................
Michigan...................
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania............
Other States..............

3

1
1

4

3

3

5
4

8

" ’ *2
1

13

292

7.8

11

5

308
161
40

8.5
8.5

15

4

Total......................

11

509

8.5

17

12

Grand total............

24

801

8.3

28

16

Total......................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
Ohio..........................
W isconsin.................




3
2
2
1

2

45
62
108
56
13

2

7.7
7.9
7.9
7.7
7.8
6.9

2

3

2

4
17
5
32

|

33
20

77
14

6
10

5

7
5 .......1........
1

8

1

5

1

4

6

22

58

149

29

12

1

6

4

14
4

40
17

26

21

1

97
35
26

77
98

1

2

6

4

19

58

158

177

32

24

8

10

41

116

307

206

44

25'
i

8

5
1

8 .8

8

$0.404
.629
.477
.460
.435
.426

8

21!
1
5

1

1

41
4
5
4

4

32

74

.587
.542 .......i
.552 .......1

5

25

36

8

11

.492

3 .......

1
2
1

1

4

.570 .......i
.541
4|

j
8'
1
13
45

1
12
1

5

1

6

4

13

7

7

1

1

37
1
3

44

28

10

9

2

1

2

4

2

AUTOMOBILES,

8

3

7.6
8.4
8.9

10

2

8
2

4
3

13

52

1

23

13
17
7

3

1

3

3

7
40

50

143

117

41

46

32

12

12

2

1

114

151

161

141

47

50

45

19

19

3

2

Or

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

£

&

MALES—Continued.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

U n­
der
35
ets.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
55
cts.

55
and
un­
der
60
cts.

2
1
2

1

1

1

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

1

1

3

5

1

1
2

5

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
75
cts.

75
and
un­
der
80
cts.

1
1

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts. $1
and and
un­ over.
der
* 1.

1

............

2

8
12
11
12

15

51

8 .6

6
2

42
9

4

8 .5
8.3
9.2
8.5
8.7
8.5

3
3

5

21

8 .6

7.5
8.4

1
1

1

4

1
1

1
1

2

4
5

1
1

2

1
2

5

1

1
1

1
1

7

17

20

2

6

12
1

13
5

7

4

15

8

.566

2

1

2

Total......................

13

72

8.4

2

1

1

2

10

28

20

28

123

8.5

2

1

3

3

17

45

40

9

2

1
1
1

.578

3
1

4

5

6

13

11

2
1
2

.586

1

1

2
2

9

4

5

2

1
8

4

3
1

.587
.620
.571

1

7

Grand total............




$0.559
.506
.633
.556
.562
.525

3

6

1
2
1

3
4

5

1

3

3

8

8

3

4

1

1

2

1

5
1

11

13

9

12

13

3

5

1

10

17

26

20

17

17

8

6

1

STATISTICS.

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan
- .
Ohio..........................
W isconsin.................

4
4

LABOR

Total

3
2
2

O
F

One week:
Illinois......................
Indiana.....................
Michigan...................
New York
.........
O h io ........................
P enn sylvan ia..........

BUREAU

BL A C K S M IT H S .

THE

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em­
8
10
4
6
7
9
11
5
ed
lish­ ploy- per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
week 4.
der der der der der der der der over.
day.
6.
8.
10.
12.
5.
9.
11 .
7.

BLACKSMITHS* HELPERS.
One week:
Illinois...................
Michigan.................
New York...............
O h io ..*..__________
Pennsylvania..........
Other States............

0

4

8.7

2
2
2
2
1

8

8.2

11

8.9
8.9

Total...................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan.................
Ohio.......................
Wisconsin..............

3
17
44

8.6

6

38

8.1

5

so. 445!
. 498'

1

7

1
1
1

2

3

2

10

1
1

8.9

11

5

1

4

8.6

1

j

4!

1

9.7

3

1

3

16

19

2

1

6

9

11

1

9

2
2

3

1

.438
.381
.419
.387
1

.437

6
2

1

2

1

”6

5

3

6
2
11

2

7

22

11

6

14

3

2

7

8
15

1
4
1
1

I

1
1

3

i
1

1
2

4

13

2

2

8.3

2

12

56

8.3

2

2

2

2

7

18,

15

6

Grand total..........

23

100

8.4

2

2

5

3

10

34

34

7

2

1

.477

2

.460

1

4

J

1

2

21

6

12

5

2

1

1

43

17

14

6

2

1

1

1
....... 1........

BLOCK, D Y N AM O M E T ER AND SILEN T R O O M T E S T E R S .
One week:
Illinois.......................
Indiana.. ................
New York...............
Other States............
Total...................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan.................
Ohio.......................
Wisconsin...............

2
3
1

8
28
13
2

9.0
8.4
7.6
9.0

2
1

8

51

8.3

3 ....... |

1

2

5

75
18
37

8.3
8.1
8.9

2
1
2

6

3

2

2

4

1

2

2
5

3

1

1
7
2
1

10

14

11

7

14
3

26
2

8

13
2

8
2:

i

1
1
1;

1

5
8

9

7

17

1

12

2
7
1

4
5
7,
2

2
31
1

3

1

3 ....... J .445

1

12

10

18

6

3

1

2
1

1

1
10

5
9

12
9
6

10
3

23

4

8

SO 477
.
.407
. 505
1 .450

I

. 587
.482
.478

4

1

5

16

1

1

3

Total...................

11

130

8.4

5

3j

6

4

17

37

32

23

3 .......

.542

4

5

18

14

27

18

26

16 ....... |

1

1

Grand total..........

19

181

8.4

8

3
I

7

6

27

51

43

30

6

.514

5

17

28

32

33

21

27

16

1

1




1

11
2

AUTOMOBIUES.

Total...................

.485
.525
.434

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OP EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

IN
­

00

MALES—C on tin ued.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

U n­
der
35
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
55
cts.

55
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

1
1
1
1

1

1
1
1

1

1

70
and
un­
der
75
cts.

75
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

1
1
1

1

5

90
cts.
SI
and and
un­ over.
der
$1.

THE

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Average
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ ern4
7
8
10
11
5
6
9
ed
lish­ ploy- per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
week
der der der der der der der der over.
day.
8.
5.
6.
9.
10. 11. 12.
7.

BOR IN G M IL L HANDS AND O P ER ATO RS (M A C H IN E SHO P).

Total......................

11

43

8.2

2

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
Ohio..........................
Wisconsin.................

3
2
4

64
35
18

8.7
8.6
8.4

4
1
1

1
1

Total......................

9

117

8.6

20

160

8.5

8




3
4

1
1

1
4
4
2
2
1

1
2
1
1
8

2

1

2

7

14

13

1
2

8
3
1

12
4
11

25
25

6

1

2

4
1

6

Grand total...........

2

1

$0,626
.642
.604
.594
.540
.550

1

3

2

.602

1

1

1

2

1
3
1
1
4

1

1

10

10

4

2

4

3

2

5

1

5
1

6
6
2

9
6

6
16
4

5
5

10

7
1
3

10

5

3

3

10

11

11

13

8

14

14

13

18

9

.690
.600
.701

2

5
1

1
6
1

3

12

27

50

8

3

3

.665

6

5

19

41

63

10

3

4

.648

2

1
----

3
1

1

6

14

15

26

4

16

24

19

28

1

1

STATISTICS.

8.0
8.1
8.3
8.6
8.2
8.8

LABOR

5
17
5
3
12
1

O
F

2
2
2
2
2
1

BUBEAU

One week:
TnHiq.nfl......................
Michigan .................
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania............
Other States.............

CHASSIS ASSEMBLERS.

124793

One week:
Illinois.......................
Indiana......................
Minhigan _ . . . . . .
New York.................
Ohio...........................
Pennsylvania .......

3
2
2
4
3
2

53
23
203
195
124
96

8.1
7.9
7.1
7.6
7.9
8.7

2
3
9
13

1

2

10
5
2
1

12
9
3
3

1
1
39
9
14
2

39
4
24
107
35
9

26
66

9
5
27

694

7.7

29

18

28

66

182

218

137

12

6
2
5

191
124
194

8.0
8.6
7.7

9
3
10

4
1
5

1
2
4

10
4
15

44
8
35

63
13
80

58
93
45

Total......................

13

509

8.0

22

10

7

29

87

156

196

Grand total............

29

1,203

7.8

51

28

35

95

269

374

333

T otal....
Grand total




2
3
9
1

3

6

2

.486

4

97

188

137

91

81

53

19

13

4

13
3
23

65
52
6

45
42
14

34
22
15

5
1
17

8

1

24

14
4
60

6

3

15

10

4

2

.547

3

24

78

39

123

101

71 j

23

21

18

5

2

1

"oil

7

121

266

42

34

22

9

5

1

1

3

5

2

1

1

3

5

2

1

5

5

3

9

3

7

6

3

1

2

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
Ohio ___
. .
Wisconsin.

4
1
3
33
11
1

2 ____ ____
1
14
3

1

176 "214

182 ' 124

2

4

1

2
4

3

CHIPPERS, ROUGH GRINDERS, SAN D B L A S T E R S, TtJM BLERS, AND C LEAN ER S.

2
2
2

3
1

3
10
21
7
69
9

7.7
8.9
7.9
8.9
8.1
8.8

12

119

8.2

2

4
2
3

84
42
132

7.2
8.7
8.2

13
1
15

2

1
2

2

1
1

2
1

2

6
2
6
6
6

$0,418
.373
.631
1
.477
.406
.374

3

4

2

2
6

2
2
6
2
64
1

1

1
3

.445

5

12

77

.591
.528
.512

1
3
9

13
3
42

4
3

2
1
5

2
1

9
1
57
2

6

6

71

26

4

S

20
7
38

9
30
23

2

2

6

23
3
6

3

3

22

12

2

1
1
1
4
2
1
1
9

12
1
40

2
1

1

3

1

17
29
9

9
2
5

7
4
6

1

AUTOMOBILES.

16

Total___

7
5
55
6
3

3

Total......................

One week:
Illinois
Indiana
Michigan ...............
New York.
Ohio .
Other States ..........

1
4
52
23
7
4

$0.558
.462
.509
.482
.480
1
.418

3
9

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan. . .
Ohio..................
Wisconsin.................

•

11
2
56
53
4
11

4

1
2

15
3
30
71
51
18

4

7
2
6
28
54

.557
.563
.528

4

6
6
101
16
44
9

8

9

258

8.0

29

8

5

14

32

65

62

25

14

4

.540

13

58

53 I

55

16

17

12

11

3

17

3

21

377

8.0

31

8

8

20

38

136

88

29

14

5

.510

5 . 25

135

62,

58

17

17 r

13

14

8

19

4

CD

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

MALES—Continued.

1
0

m

THE

COLOR AND FIlttSH VARNISfiERS (PAINT SHOP).

.515
.903
.607
.761

7.9

8.1

7.7
9.2

11
10

**5

14

8.2

34

40

25

31

16

16

15

18

34

32

31

.774
.627
10

128

Grand total............

25

299

27
40

8.4

46

26

16

.?50

33

97

.661

CUSHION BUILDERS (TRIM SHOP).
One week:
Illinois.......................
Indiana......................
Oth& States..............

2
3
3

3
12
38

8.5
7.0
7.6

1
1

1

Total....................

8

53

7.5

2

1

1
1

1
4

4
18

3
3
11

1
3

1

5

22

17

4

1

$0.765
.4lJ

1

3

6
2

9

.664

1

3

8

9

.m

1

1
1
1

1

3

17

2
5

1

3

1

3

19

5

S T A T IS T I C S .

Total......................




16

16

LABOR

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
Ohio..........................
Wisconsin.................

15

30

.593

O
F

171

1?otal......................

2
1
2 .
i
l

90. I p

8.4

BUREAU

. One week:
Illinois.......................
J&diana.....................
Michigan...................
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania............

O
F

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Avfei>
agg
eathings
40
50
55
SO
35
45
60
65
V5
t>ef tin ­ and and and and and and and and and and cts.
$1
hour der un­ un­ un­ un un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and and
work­ 35 der der der der der der der der der der un- over.
80
ed. bts. 40 45
50
65
75
80
90 dfer
55
70
CtS: cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. *1.

BU LL E TIN

Pay-toll period and
Ideality.

Employees Whose average hours worked per week
day for th e pay-toll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of wofkestab­ em­
4
5
6
7
8.
9
10
11
ed
lish­ ploy* per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
week
der der der der der der der der over,
day.
5.
6.
8.
10. 11. 12.
7.
9.

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
Wisconsin.................
Other States..............

7.7
10.3
8.4
32

Total............

.682
.696

8.6
7.9

Grand total..

.672

23

24

10

C U T T E R S (T R IM SH O P ).

One week:
Other States..............

3
5

8
24

7.6
8.1

1

1

8

32

8.0

1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan .................
Wisconsin.................
Other States..............

4
2
1

23
11
2

7.1
9.7
9.1

6
1

Total......................

7

36

8.0

7

15

68

8.0

8

2

2
3

1

2

10

15

4

2
1
2

2
1

$0,405
.569

5

5

2

Grand total............

4
11

.528

3
7

1
2

.858
.670
.688

3

1

5
1

4

5

10

3

.791

19

10

10

3

.667

1

8

2

1

15

6
2

3

4

7

1

1

3

1

1

1

1

2
2

7,

3

4

7

1

1

3

1

1

1

1
1

2
1
1

2
1

3
1

3
1

2
3

1

1

1

2

4

5

4

7

4

4

10

4

5

8

3

5

8

5

8

4

4

3
4
10
23
3
8

4
6
3
3
3

4
4
10
1

13

1
11

12

8

3

1

2

2

•
D R ILL PR ESS H AN D S AN D O P E R A T O R S.

One week:
Illinois.......................
Indiana.....................
Michigan...................
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania...........

3
3
2
4
3
3

46
73
110
80
254
61

8.3
8.4
7.6
7.9
7.6
8.6

5
4
3
4

Total......................

18

624

7.9

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
Ohio..........................
Wisconsin.................

7
2
5

552
280
176

8.0
8.5
8.2

Total......................

14

1,008

8.2

64

Grand total...........

32

1,632

8.1

80




1
1
5

SO 481
.
.419
.657
.496
.453
.516

1
15

3

17

5

18

2
1

7
2
2
3

3
5
14
2
26
2

3
6
16
7
97
7

39
31
49
53
116
4

14
8
10
7
42

2

16

10

14

52

136

292

81

16

4

35
8
21

15
9
3

29
5
2

36
4
4

78
16
19

181
49
54

128

28

19

27

36

44

113

284

349

47

37

50

96

249

576

430

63

189
32

9
2
3

A U T O M O B IU B S .

Total......................

1
9

1

2
1
6

12
26
2
5
11
6

8
14
6
14
21
11

20
205
11

3
5
18
12
9
6

4

1
1

.499

25

62

74

261

53

51

19

23

15

13

15

10

3

9
1
2

25
3
16

68
4
37

85

66
124
15

75
117
22

56
22
21

56

34

33

31

12

2

4
-

.581
.552
.539

14

10

3

8

1

35

9

.565

12

44

119

121

205

214

99

70

44

36

39

13

2

39

12

.540

37

106

183

382

258

265

118

93

59

49

54

23

5

2
2

3

10
4
11

9
27

Ol

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR AVORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

10

M ALE S— Continued-.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were-

50
and
un­
der
55
cts.

55
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
75
cts.

75
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

4

2
1

8

6

6

19
65

5

1

8
10

2

26

11

6

24

28
5
8

90
cts. $1
and and
un­ over.
der
* 1.

THE

35
40
45
U n­ and and. and
der un­ un­ un­
35 der der der
cts. 40
45
50
cts. cts. cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BU LL E TIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num ­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
4
10
11
6
7
8
9
5
lish­ ploy­ ed Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees.
per der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
week 4. der der der der der der der der over.
6.
10.
12.
day.
11.
5.
7.
8.
9.

FINAL A SSEM B L ER S, INCLUDING B O D Y A S S E M B L E R S AND W IR E M E N .

4
4
7

620

7.6

23

17

6
2

284
127
145

8 .0

10

8.5
8.7

5
5

7
3

5

7
5
3

3
5
3

3
5
49

4

62

10

22

19
91
51
5

38

2

1

2

1

9
3
9

3

3

11
2

2

8 .8

6

2

16

69

169

250

63

7

1

.501

7

15

39
8

22

77
85
82

4

2

113
24

6

1
1

.595
.557
.540

2

1

9

4

1

2

17

8

1

4
3
24

26
35
24
25
63
13

17
5
30
24
30
9

36

43

8
2

6
6

44

186

115

64

55

7

$0.556
.402
5
.523
.532
2
.485 .....
.425

70
23
57
5

24

9

3
29

23

39
48

83
50

8

20

39

58

95

225 ^ 1 7 3

159

1
12

Total......................

13

556

8.3

26

16

9

21

54

159

244

23

4

.572

1

9

Grand total............

30

1,176

7.9

54

33

25

90

223

409

307

30

5

.535

9

53




11

7
2

2

2

9
95

66
8

8

2

5

6

1

1

2

1

23

2
21

153

97

47

41

6

8

1

1

208

192

73

52

12

16

3

1

S T A T IS T IC S .

17

4
3

7.4
7.1
7.4
7.6

LABOR

8 .0

2

79
60
158
142
125
56

2

O
F

Total......................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
Ohio..........................
Wisconsin.................

3
3

BUREAU

One week:
Illinois......................
Indiana.....................
Michigan...................
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania............

FRAME ASSEMBLERS AND RIVETERS.
One week:
Illinois.......................
Indiana.....................
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania............
Other States.............

3
2
4
3
2
1

25
14
11
54
9
5

8.5
8.2
7.2
7.9
9.2
7.9

1

Total......................

15

118

8.1

1

2

1

5

29

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
Ohio..........................
W isconsin.................

5
2
4

68
73
41

8.2 i 2
8.3 1 6
8.3
1

3
3

3
2

3
1
4

12
3
13

1

1

1
2

1
1

2

26
1

1

23
11
6
13

1

$0,529
.447
.491
.483
.483
.667

4

57

23

.497

4

17
9
9

20
52
8

.667
\5 6 9
.548

1

6

4

8

5
1

7
2
22
4

7
6
5
6
1

2
2
1

4
1
1
4
1
2

1
4

7

35

25

12

13

1
9

2
13
8

7

6

2
5
8

4
2

11
37

2
1
1

5
1

1

11

4

6

1

8
2
5

7
14
7

10
13
4

4

6

6

2

4

8

2

11

182

8.3

9

3

5

8

28

35

80

14

.601

1

10

15

6

48

15

28

27

10

8

4

8

2

Grand total............

26

300

8.2

10

5

6

13

57

92

103

14

.560

5

17

48

31

60

28

39

31 * 16

9

4

8

2

GEAR CUTTER H AN D S AND O P E R A T O R S.

One week:
Michigan...................
Ohio..........................
Other States..............
Total......................
i
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
Ohio..........................
Other States..............

!

10
3
32

i

.3

7

2
2
3

.

8.2
8.1
8.9

1
1
2

3

3
1
12

3
1
9

3

2

1

4

3

2

1
2
3

1

2

1
8

1

5

B .654
.500
.523

1

1

4

7

1

45

8.7

4

4

16

13

5

2

1

. 551

9

4

4

3

6

5

10

3

28
27
15

8.9
8*.'6
8.4

1
1

1

4
3
2

14
1
11

3
22
2

1

3

1

.623
.547
.608

1

1

1
2
1

4
18
3

5
6
6

6

3
1

Total......................

5

70

8.7

2

1

Grand total...........

12

115

8.7

2

1




1

1

1

4

1

3

1

2

9
4

A U T O M O B IL E S ,

Total......................

26

27

1

3

1

.590

1

1

4

25

17

7

4

7

2

2

13

42

40

6

5

2

. 575

10

5

8

28

23

12

14

10

2

3

Cl
CO

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

Or

MALES—Continued.

6
2
1
1

Total......................

13

408

8.0

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
Ohio..........................
Wisconsin.................

7
2
4

259
153
91

Total......................

13

Grand total............

26




1
1

2
9
4
1
1

6
17
3
7

10

5

17

8.0
8.5
8.7

16
3
1

10
4
2

5

503

8.3

20

911

8.1

30

4

53

91

44

39

42

24

17

27

15

4

5

16

33
72
14

30
36
15

50
16
10 !

23
3
7

31
1
4

2

6

3

3

1

11

19

39

119

81

76

29
19
«
60

5

3

25
6
8

9

6

33

15

36

8

5

11

25

47

92

210

125

115

102

57

32

63

23

9

.612

77

13

.601

16
3
4

52
10
7

78
34
29

53
99
23

23

6

1

22

16

6

23

69

141

175

21

23

57

156

297

235

5

2

2

1
3

28

8

32

3
12

14

45

60

4
19
4

5
11
6

1

156

2
9

.

5
10
23
2
1
1

. 625
.576
.630

87

2

90
cts. «L
and and
un­ over.
der
$1.

3
11
21
3
1

2

34

1

1

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

3
11
14
9
5
2

10

18
10
4

75
and
un­
der
80
cts.

14
21
5
46
4
1

.586

17
22
6
2
13

70
and
Un­
der
75
cts.

10
16
12
9
5
1

9
1

13
40
63
27
5
8

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

12
3
2
5
4
2

$0.519
.669
.607
.524
.501
.567

14
23
8
39
3

3

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

9
1
1
3

2

2
1

STATISTICS.

8.4
7.9
8.0
7.6
8.1
8.6

5—
and
un­
der
60
cts.

LABOE

80
128
90
77
24
9

operators

50
and
un­
der
55
cts.

O
F

3
2
2
3
2
1

35
40
45
U n­ and and and
der un­ un­ un­
35 der der der
cts. 40
45
50
cts. cts. cts.

BUREAU

One week:
Indiana.....................
Michigan...................
New Y o r k ...............
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania...........
Other States ..........

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were-

THE

g r ix d in g m a c h in e h a n d s a n d

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
jper
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN" O
F

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
4
10
11
5
6
7
8
9
lish­ ploy­ ed U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
per der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments ees.
week 4. der der der der der der der der over.
6.
day.
10. 11. 12.
5.
7.
8.
9.

HARDENERS AND FURNACE TENDERS (HEAT TREATING).
One week:
Tndfar»a___ r.............
Michigan...................
Other States ..........

3
2
4

11
13
13

9.4
9.3
8.8

1

___

9

37

9.1

1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
Other S ta te s............

2
2

30
49

9.0
8.9

Total......................

4

79

9.0

13

116

9.0

T o t a l.__

Grand total

3
4
1

1

3

7

12

8

1

1

4
3

8
13

8
31

1
1

1
4
7

1

2

4
2
1

1

7

21

2

10

28

1
1

1

1

1

1

3

1

1 $0,399
1
.550
.498

2

2

.486

3

7
2

1

39

9

51

17

8

1

1
6

9
3

2
1

1

10

7

12

3

1

.582
.560

2
1

3
1

3
24

11
18

5
5

5

1

1
2

2

.569

3

4

27

29

10

5

1

3

.542

3

13

11

39

32

11

5

1

1

$0,421
.368
.508
.427
.426
.367

1
1
7

1
9
2
12
20
22

11
6
53
102
63
2

4
3
31
11
8
1

4
20

6

7

8

5

2

2

1

1

2

1

----1

One week:
Illinois.......................
Tnriigmfl.
.
„.
Michigan...................
New Y o r k ...............
Ohio
.
. . .
Pennsylvania

3
3
2
4
3
3

16
49
137
126
100
32

6.9
3
8.8 . . . . .
7 .8
7.8
3
7.9
8.5
1

Total......................

18

460

8.0

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
.......
Ohio
.
Wisconsin.................

6
2
3

148
174
20

7.9
8.5
8.7

2
6
2
2
2

9
3
2
1

1
3
19
4
8
2

2
3
21
11
30
1

10
16
51
90
45
4

13
19
13
12
17

12
5

10

14

15

37

68

216

74

22

3

1

.440

35

66

237

58

24

8

9

9

6

8
6
1

8
6

7
3

9
4
1

16
6
1

52
29
5

32
118
8

7
1
4

5

4
1

.453
.510
.525

1
9
2

21
6

66
2
4

28
1
2

12
153
2

11
3
2

5

3

A U T O M O B IL E S ,

LABO R ER S.

1

8

3

1
4

26

Total......................

11

342

8.2

15

14

10

14

23

86

158

12

5

5

.486

12

27

72

31

167

16

13

3

29

802

8.1

25

28

25

51

91

302

232

34

8

6

.460

47

93

309

89

191

24

22

12

7

2

1

2

3

2

1

2

3

2

1

1

Grand total............

1
2




Or

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS VORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

vj
05

M AXES— Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

Un­
der
35
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
55
cts.

55
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
75
cts.

10
28
10
10
25
13

3
9
15
2
44
14

2
11
20
27
15
6

2
5
21
30
4
5

2
25
22
1
7

5
9
27
1
1

75
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
$1
and and
un­ over.
der
11.

THE

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

B U LL E TIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
10
estab­ em­
4
8
9
11
5
6
7
ed
lish­ ploy- per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
un­
ments
and
week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ der un­ over.
day. 4. der der der der der der 11. der
12.
6.
7.
8.
5.
10.
9.

L ATH E H AN D S A N D O P E R A T O R S.

6
6
6

Total......................

15

600

8.2

19

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
Ohio..........................
W isconsin.................

7
2
5

402
304
176

8.0
8.4
8.7

2
3
3
2
2

1
2
17
2
10
3

1
14
27
11
25
12

20
36
57
90
50
8

21
12
5
9
65

28
10
9

4

12

35

90

261

112

48

24
5
8

11
10
5

10
6
2

29
2
7

66
28
18

133
65
46

104
188
47

16
36

4

1

$0,510
.492
.673
.611
.514
.479

7

24

6

1
13

4
18
2
6
4
24

2

4
15
1
1
1

3

.563

13

38

58

96

87

81

67

57

43

25

7

2

1

1

.647
.584
.598

1

6

19
4
19

33
13
12

49
43
28

53
120
19

66
80
23

55
40
25

44
4
22

11

3

1
16

9

1
6
14
2

8

1
4

22

8

5

24

26

25

6

7

9

2

1

Total......................

14

882

8.3

37

26

18

38

112

244

339

52

13

3

.616

1

10

42

58

120

192

169

120

70

31

35

27

7

Grand total............

29

1,482

8.3

56

30

30

73

202

505

451

100

29

6

.594

14

48

100

154

207

273

236

177

113

56

57

35

12




S T A T IS T IC S .

8.5
8.8
8.0
7.9
7.8
8.7

LABOK

22
120
143
127
96
92

O
F

2
3
2
3
.3
2

BUBEAU

One week:
Illinois.......................
Indiana.....................
Michigan...................
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania...........

MACHINE SETTERS.
One week:
New York .
Other States
Total.......

3
3

21
11
30

8.9
8.6
9.5

1

. . .
...

8

62

9.1

1

3

12
7
37

8.3
8.7
8.8

1

3

1

1

8

56

8.7

2

16

118

8.9

2

2

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan
Ohio
Wisconsin. . . . . . Total.......
Grand total

2

3

10

2

2

1
5
22

2

1

2

2

2 SO.678
.589
1
.528

1

4

18

28

4

4

3

1

1

3

3
13

4
4
8

9

1

.697
.647
.694

1

1

3

23

16

9

1

.689

2

1

7

41

44

13

5

6

3

.590

.637

1

1
1

2
2
19

2
3
8

5

3
1

2
1

5
2

2

1

2

23

13

6

4

3

7

2

1

1

1
5

7
4

2

2
2

11

10

4

2

1

1

1

5

6

22

12

4

3

2

1

24

18

12

26

15

11

5

2

1

2
6

2
11

2

3

6
20
11

20
8

3

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

1

1

1

A U T O M O B IL E S .

M A C H IN IST S AND M A C H IN E R EPAIR M EN .

One week:
Illinois . . .
Indiana . . . . . . .
Michigan. . .
New York
__Ohio
. .
Pennsylvania

2
2
2
2
2
2

5
17
51
77
29
8

9.1
7.9
8.4
9.2

. .

12

187

8.5

3

1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
W isconsin...........
Other States
. -

3

76
25
4

8.4
9.8

4

2

2
1

1

6

105

8.7

5

2

3

5

11

18

292

8.5

8

3

3

15

20

Total .

Total......................
Grand total




.......

7.3

3

1

SO.546
.709
.695
.614
.629
.578

5

5

19

2

2
1

6
2

4

.644

9

8

28

43

62

17

13

7

.692
.623
.641

5

13

22
1

12

2

5
7

11

1

6
1

8

1

.674

1

1

7

12

21

20

23

12

7

1

10

5

.655

1

10

15

40

64

82

40

25

14

1

1

4

2

2
2

17
67
22

3

10

9

117

27

14

2

5

10

21

4
3

13
7

14

4
4

1

2

8

4

2
2

1

1

4

8 .8

28

20

22

145

47

36

10
1

1
10

1
1

3

4

8

3

8 .2

8

2

4

1
1

____

7
3

25
3

6
1

9

4

1

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

£
00

MALES—Continued.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

U n­
der
35
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
55
cts.

3
15
1
3
9
8

5
11
8
3
61
6

3
6
8
4
25
7

5
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
75
cts.

75
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

1
4

6
2
2

2
2
3
13
2
3

1
13
1

3
5
1
3

1
11
1

8

90
cts,
ii
and and
un­ over.
der
$1.

•

8.6
8.7
7.7
8.3
7.4
8.5

4
1
3
3

2

3

1

3

T otal......................

16

324

8.1

11

3

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan
..............
O h io ........................
Wisconsin.................

7
2
5

203
149 '
94

8.2
8.4
8.3

9
7
6

6
3
2

5
7
2
10
1

1
7
7
3
42
1

17
19
20
32
39
2

1
23
4
2
6
27

5
6
5

6

25

61

129

63

17

6

8
1
4

7
4
3

30
7
8

66
38
31

64
88
22

11
14

2
1
4

6

Total......................

14

446

8.3

22

11

13

14

45

135

174

25

7

Grand total............

30

770

8.2

33

14

19

39

106

264

237

42

13

3




3

2

1
1
3

2

1

1

.518

10

27

39

94

53

22

25

15

12

15

9

3

6
1
10

22
3
7

35
8
9

20
52
14

24
56
13

35
24
7

16
5
14

12

13

10

7

2

7

7

4

.572

1

$0.462
.449
.652
.588
.481
.485

.596
.561
.537

1
2

2

17

32

52

86

93

66

85

19

20

14

7

3

.549

12

44

71

146

139

115

91

50

31

35

23

10

3

7
1

5
17

1

2

3

S T A T IS T I C S ,

19
66
55
45
104
35

LABOR

3
3
2
3
3
2

O
F

One week:
Illinois...................
Indiana.....................
Michigan................. .
N ewY ork .. . . . . . . .
Ohio
Pennsylvania . . . .

BUREAU

M IL LIN G M ACH IN E H AN D S AND O PE R ATO R S.

THE

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BU LL E TIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work
estab­ em­ ed
11
4
10
6
7
8
9
5
lish­ ploy* per Un­ a ad and and and and and and and 12
and
ments
week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ over.
day. 4. der der der der der der der der
6.
8.
7.
5.
9.
10. 11. 12.

MOTOR ADJUSTERS AND REPAIRMEN (TESTING).
One week:

3
3

8.4
8.9
7.3
8.0
8.1
9.9

1
3
7

3
1

17
56
66
13
10
10

1

1
1

14

172

8.1

12

2

4

Wisconsin.................

5
4

97
44

7.9
7.8

10
5

4
2

Total......................

9

141

7.9

15

Grand total............

23

313

8.0

27

Michigan...................
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Other States ..........
Total......................
Two weeks and one-half
motith:

Michigan....................

2

2
2
15

6
10
41
8
4
1

6
1
10
2
1
2

2
1
6
1
4

1
1

1

1

1

1

2

3
16
8
2
1
4

.463

3

25

34

70

22

14

2

1

3
1

•528
.469

4

1
12

21
19

41
4

19

9

4
1

1

2

1
1

14

4

.510

2

4

13

40

45

19

9

5

1

2

1

28;

6

484

5

29

47

110

67

33

11

6

1

3

1

10
22
1

8
4

2
6
10
2
1

11
5
27
11
6
1

1
21
6
2
2

1

19

21

61

32

14

2

1

6
2

13
2

31
13

21
13

9
5

6

1

8

15

44

34

8

5

27

36

105

66

3
1

13

2

$0,491
.422
.483
.488
.509
4
.438
1

5

5

2

23

1

M O TO R AND TR A NS M IS SIO N AS S E M B L E R S AND BEAR ING S C R A P E R S.

One week:
Indiana......................
Michigan
..........
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania............

3
2
2
2
2

205
132
125
104
69

8.5
'7.8
8.0
7.3
8.4

9
6
2
3
6

5
5
7
3
1

10
5
4
2
1

20
29
11
67
3

55
72
83
24
6

70
14
3
2
34

24
1
14

6

1
3
4

12

Total......................

11

635

8.0

26

14

21

22

130

240

123

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
Ohio.......................
W isconsin.................

5
2
3

336
144
76

7.9
8.6
9.2

27
1
1

8

9
1

3

24
7

54
11
4

145
29
10

Total......................

10

556

8.3

29

11

10

31

69

Grand total............

21

1,191

8.1

55

25

31

53

199




6

12

34

27
2

2

$0.528
.586
.574
.447
.500

72
13

38
48
6
20
15

22
28
15
4
9

19
7
61
4
9

13
1
is
2
7

10
1
22

5:
19
2

5

2
7

51

8

.533

17

2

1

43

114

127

78

100

41

33

27

33

14

6

24
95
45

23

22

10

3

.635
.618
.637

3

8

21
1
4

58
25
5

73
56
17

58
51
12

39
1
18

38

5

2

8

29
10
5

184

164

33

2

3

2

25

.631

3

16

44

26

88

146

121

58

40

8

4

424

287

84

2

33

.579

46

130

171

104

188

187

154

85

73

22

10

4

17

1

5

2

2

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

O
©

MALES—Continued.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were-

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
55
cts.

55
and
un­
der
60
cts.

43

1

3

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
75
cts.

75
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
$i
and and
un­
der over.
n.

THE

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per U n­
hour der
work­ 35
cts.
ed.

B U LL E TIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em­
4
11
6
7
8
9
10
5
ed
lish­ ploy­ per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
6.
8.
10. 11. 12.
5.
7.
9.

PACK ER S AND FURNACE HELPERS (H E A T T E S T IN G ).

BUREAU

1

One week:
All States..................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States..................

3

40

8.3

1

2

2

3

2

19

9

2

Total......................

9

121

8.5

2

3

3

6

23

31

42

8

6

81

8.7

1

1

1

3

21

12

33

6

3

2

SO.447

32

>
1

3

11

8

7

4

3

2

1

3

35

54

9

10

4

3

2

1

2
2

7
6
17
26
4
5

2
1
15
6
6
3

4
1
5
12
9

6
2
7
8
5
1

2

3
1
10

1

1

22

5

7

2
1
3

3

4

5

1

O
F

.548 .......
.480

3

LABOR

PAINT SHOP H A N D S, GEN ER AL.

3
3
2
4
3
2

45
38
100
70
96
23

8.2
8.2
7.9
7.9
7.9
9.0

4
3
3
1

Total......................

17

372

8.0

12

5

Two weeks and one-half
moni;h:
Michigan..................
Ohio..........................

5
2

157
46

8.0
8.8

10
2

3




1

2
1
1

2
2
10
2
4

1
7
11
2
31

30
14
55
52
42
1

5
9
6
10
15
20

11

20

52

194

65

9

3

1

5
1

13

24
1

50
12

37
25

7
1

8
2

2

2

1

4
4

2
1

1

1

$0,543
.441
.618
.491
.485
.443

1
2

4
38
7

15
22
8
13
19
7

.522

5

53

84

65

33

31

29

24

17

10

13

7

.616
.566

2

2

19
2

9
1

19
11

27
20

17
10

21
1

20
1

8

8

5

2

1

1

S T A T IS T IC S .

One week:
Illinois......................
Indiana.....................
Michigan...................
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania...........

Wisconsin.................

5

109

8.9

2

4

5

7

7

26

22

201

11

5

.552

2

19

26

14

4

5

7

7

6

4

7

8

Total......................

12

312

8.4

14

7

11

20

32

88

84

281

21

7

.586

4

21

47

24

34

52

34

29

27

12

15

13

Grand total............

29

684

8.2

26

12

22

40

84

282

149

37

24

8

.551

9

74

131

89

67

83

63

53

44

22

28

20

1
1
1
3

2

1

1

4
3

2

1

7
1

1

1

1

PLAINER AND SH A P ER H A N D S AND O PE R ATO R S.

2
2
2
3

2
6
15
7

8.7
8.4
7.4
8.3

1
2

Total

9

30

7.9

3

3
3
1

25
10
3

9.2
8.6
9.1

1

7

38

9.0

1

1

16

68

8.5

4

1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan
Wisconsin
Other States..
Total

..

Grand total.

1
1

1

'v 2
1
10
3

2

1

16

5

3

2
1

5
2

17

1
3

1

1
2
2

3

1

$0,431
.658
.477
.472

1

.509

1

6

9

7

2

2

1

2

.568
.660
.600

1

3

2
1

5
1

4
3
1

5
2
2

2

3

3
2

7

20

4

2

.595

1

3

3

6

8

9

23

25

7

2

.557

2

9

12

13

10

11

3

1

1
1
7

1
1
1

2
2

1

Total

..

Grand total__




.

5
4
4
51
12

6.1
6.2
7.0
7 7
8.8

10

Total
Two weeks and onc-half
month:
Michigan
W isco n sin ...............
Other States............

2
2
2
3
1

76

5
2
1

1
1

1

1
2

2

1
1

1

1

1

5

1

1

1

2

7.6

4

3

51
38
35

9.1
8.6
9.0

3
4

8

124

8.9

7

18

200

8.4

11

1

1

5

2
20
3

1
16

1

8

26

1
2

1
1
1

4
2

$0,383
.597
.491
.470
.449

5
9

1

17

15

2

2
2
3

14
15
31

25
5

7

1

1

.469

1

1

3
3

4

1

7
1

13
7

i
16
1

5
3

12

21

18

9

9

3

3

15
6

14
6

12
8
18

2
5
17

4
4

1
6

1
3

1

.507
.558
.556

3

6

7

60

30

7

1

.536

4

11

32

24

75

32

7

1

.511

1

21
1

12

1

4

PUNCH PRESS HANDS AND O PER A TO RS, IN CLUDING BR O A CH IN G .

One week:
Indiana .
Michigan
New York.
Ohio . .
Other States..........

____

1

2

4

____

20

38

24

8

7

4

1

1

42

38

47

33

11

10

4

1

1

A U T O M O B IL E S .

One week:
Indiana
Michigan
Ohio..
Other States

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

O*
to

MALES— Continued.

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Num­
ber of
estab­
lish­
ments

Num­
ber of
em­
ploy-

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
hours
work­
4
11
8
9
10
5
6
7
ed
per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
week 4.
der der der der der der der der over.
day.
5.
6.
8.
10. 11. 12.
7.
9.

W
Em ployees whose earnings per hour worked were—

Aver­

d

age

earn­
ings
per
hour

35

40

45

50

60

55

65

70

75

80

90
$1
and and
un­ over.
der
$1,

Un­ and and and and and and and and and and. cts.

der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
work­ 35 der der der der der der der der der der
ed.
cts. 40
45
50
90
75
55
60
65
70
80
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

H
i—
<
*
0
1-3

a
H

ROAD AND F IN A L T E S T E R S .

W
d

One week:
Illinois.......................
Indiana.....................
Michigan...................
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania............

3
3
2
4
3
2

36
13
87
60
63
29

8.4
8.7
7.1
7.9
8.3
9.1

6
1

Total......................

17

288

8.0

7

8

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
Ohio..........................
W isconsin.................

5
2
5

43
76
74

8.0
8.9
7.8

1
3
3

Total......................

12

193

8.3

7

Grand total............

29




481

8.1

1

14

1

2

2

6
1

6
1
2
2

18
2
3
1

17
9
10
3

23
10
29
35
33
1

7
3
5
9
14
15

2
1
5

12

26

41

131

53

8

1
1

3
1
5

15
1
12

14
13
42

9
53
12

4

,520
.579
.421

2

9

28

. 69

74

4

.505

200

127

10

12

35

69

12

4
9

2
9
5
7
24
7

9
3
55
9
14
9

16
1
9
12
15

13

54

99

2

16

4
4
36

2

16

44

2

$0.531
.445
.502
.526
.467
.433

2

2

.494

2

2

.498

4

29

98

4

2

45

5

12

3

16
3
7

12
41
53

1

1

6
25

26

1

1
1

31

53

5
3
13
21
120

1

3
11
1

6
28
6
1

79

6
5
§

1

P>
W

1
>

98

36

t)
—

12

3

1

1

ui

BOUGH STUFF AND VARNISH RUBBERS (PAINT SHOP).
One week:
Michigan__
New York.
Other States.............

2
3
2
2
1

20
46
27
66
34

8.3
7.9
7.5
7.8
7.0

2
2
2

1

4

1

1
fi
3
1
3

4
10
10
5
20

13
20
11
58
6

8

.
1 SO 704
. 554
.880
.594
t. 795

1

Total......................

10

193

7.7

6

5

1

14

49

108

8

1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
Ohio....................
Wisconsin..

4
2
2

09
10
47

8.2
8.8
9.4

4

2
1

3
1
2

2

1

7
2
1

29
2
3

11
2
14

11
3
23

1

1

1

8

126

8.7

5

3

6

3

10

34

27

37

18

319

8.1

11

8

7

17

59

142

35

38

1

1
3

,071

20
1

3
1
1
1

3

2

1
6
1

1
57
3

21

6

11

03

2

1
4

3
2

5

1
11
4
1
2

2
2
3

2
7

6
5

3

6

14

3

1

25

14

8

1
10

7

9

10

15

7

9
2
4

23

7

8

5

11

10

11

10

1

1

2

5

5

5

8

15

34

17

19

15

9

23

11

16

68

17

25

49

42

33

23

5

19

14
2
2
34
6

9
9
2
40
4

10
5
4
40
3

2
3
18
1
6

4
5
3

5
2
6
1

3
6
1

3

4

1

3

1
3
6

8

29

58

64

62

30

12

14

2

17
3

17
11
23

23
77
13

19
47
13

11
17
12

14
3
10

.795
1

8

1

*775
.565
.873

1

Grand total............

7

*720

3

SCR EW M ACH IN E B A N D S AND O PE R ATO R S.

One week:
tnHift.nq. . . .
Michigan...................
New York. .. .
Ohio........
Other States..............

3
2
2
2
2

64
42
35
129
31

8.6
8.1
8.3
7.7
8.8

Total......................

11

301

8.1

1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
O h io .*.....................
Wisconsin. *..............

7
2
5

144
158
102

8.0
8.5
9.2

6
3
3

Total......................

14

404

8.5

Grand total............

25

705

8.3




1
1

2
3
2
1

2
4

3

8

5
4
1

12
13

1

1 $0,486
3
.681
.600
.522
.534

2

5

4

.547

3

1
2

2

.613
554
.586

1

32

159

45

2

3

.583

1

177

62

7

7

.568

4

8
2
4
82
2

34
22
22
41
18

11

10

98

137

7
1
3

8
5
1

22
13
4

10

11

14

13

19

24

1

4

3
2
2

9
3
5

4
1

18

17

58
25
26

24
107
28

39

109

137

246

13

1

4
6

5

1

1

AUTOMOBILES.

Total......................

3

1

11

4

5

1

13

3

16

4

4

10

5

6

1

25

51

113

79

40

27

23

8

22

5

4

14 ~ 64

109

177

141

70

39

37

19

26

10

5

C5

CO

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

MALES—Continued.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
55
cts.

3

5
3

12
20

5

1
11

15
5
32
3

3

2

. 532

10

20

.615
.544
.670

1

3

1

55
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
75
cts.

75
and
un­
der
80
cts.

2

1

3
4

1
2
2

1

22

42

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
$1
and and
un­ over.
der
* 1.

THE

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

Un­
der
35
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Average
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em4
6
10
11
5
8
9
7
ed
lish­ ploy- per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
week 4. der der der der der der der der over,
day.
12.
6.
10.
7.
8.
5.
9.
11 .

SHE ET M E T A L W O R K E R S .

3
3

14

316

7.7

3

6
2

4

135
180
74

8.5
8.7
9.3

7
9
2

Total......................

12

389

8 .6

18

3

Grand total............

26

705

8.3

21

6

Total......................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
Ohio..........................
Wisconsin.................




3

1
2

2
12

$0.539
.436
.519
.584
.436
.766

10
20
6

9
4
4

5
51
37
3
3

20
1

2
2

1
2

2

2
1

4
9
3

3

8

30

120

109

38

4

1

2
1

6
1

2
2

20

13
17

65
136
24

11
6
11

2

4

19
7
4

11

1
2
1

7

8

30

50

225

28

16

4

.593

2

15

38

150

159

263

32

17

4

.565

12

2
1

3

90
4

8 .6

1

3

9

1

4

1

6
12

31

2

7

3

56

54

36

47

15

23

47

14
108

28
53

35

20

19

6

8

6

8
10

5

13

10

12

1

17

12

1
1

3
1

2

2

5

1

2

7

3
3

5

3

8

20

130

85

53

25

32

16

12

3

23

64

74

166

132

68

48

79

18

17

4

8

2

STATISTICS.

2
1

7.3
7.7
7.6
8.4

LABOR

8 .0

49
74
145
32
4

O
F

12

2

BUREAU

One week:
Illinois.......................
Indiana.....................
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania............
Other States..............

SMALL PARTS ASSEMBLERS.

124793

One week:

3

64
27
53

4

4

2

22

7.9
7.8
7.9
8.7

6

10

166

8 .0

3

1

9

6

25

97

23

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan............
Ohio.....................
Wisconsin.................

5

59

8.3

4

9
7
16

21

3

1
1
2

2

70

8 .8
8 .1

1
1

15

111

4

3
r
4

4

2

18

Total......................

11

240

8.5

8

5

4

10

32

Grand total............

21

406

8.3

11

6

13

16

57

SO 511
.
.565
.539
.443

12

T otal......................

...................
Ohio...........................
Other States............

2

3

1
1
1

1

8

4

2
2
1

2

11
2

43
18
30

2
2

1

7
1

1

2

.520

3

1

4

23
4
13
5

14

12

45

33

6
1
1

9
2

8

5

8

4
9
3
3

1
2

5

2
2

3

1

1

4

3

1

6

16

19

8

15

11

2
2

1

17

4

1

1

4

7

1

3

3

8

11

5
15

66
2

13
31
4

11

10

.531
.560
.535

10

10

8

8

7

2

2

45

118

11

7

.541

4

8

21

27

83

48

24

13

8

2

2

142

141

12

7

.535

7

20

66

60

99

67

32

30

12

3

6

3

1

12

87

1

1

4

One week:
Michigan...................
Other States..............

2
1

31

8.4
9.2

1

1

8.4

1

1

10

8

4

2

$0.731
.550

1

3

3

6
1

3

1

1

3

6

4

5

4

2

.726

1

3

3

7

3

3

1

3

6

4

.622

1

1

1

4

6

3

3

6

2

2

.678

1

2

4

7

13

6

3

7

3

3

6

4

4
1

Total......................

3

32

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................

5

27

7.9

1

Grand total............

8

59

8 .2

1




1

8

1

1

2
1

10

AUTOMOBILES,

SP R A Y E R S (PA IN T SH O P).

2

7

6

7

2

3

3

17

14

12

6

C*
Cn

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

C>
05

MALES—Concluded.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

U n­
der
35
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
55
cts.

55
and
un­
der
60
cts.

70
and
un­
der
75
cts.

90
cts.
$1
and and
un­ over.
der
$1.

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

1

1
1
1

1

1
1

4

1

2

4

75
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80

and
un­
der
90
cts.

THE

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of
estab­ em­ work­
10
11
4
6
8
9
5
7
ed
lish­ ploy* per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week 4.
der der der der der der der der over.
day.
6.
7.
10. 11. 12.
5.
8.
9.

ST R IPER S AND M O N O G R A M M EN AND LE TT E R E R S (PAIN T SH O P).

1

Total......................

9

22

8.2

1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
Ohio..........................
Wisconsin.................

4
2
3

21
8
5

7.8
9.5
9.8

Total......................

9

34

8.5

3

1

Grand total............

18

56

8.4

3

2




1

3

3
3

2
2
1
2

6

7

5

3
1

5
6
4

1

1

6

$0,558
.910
.68*
.548
.706

1

4

1

1

1

1

1
1

1
1

.701
.659
.918

3
1
1

5

4

15

11

11

21

5

4

1

.723

5

1

1

1

1

1

5

4

2

3

1

8

1
5

1
1

1

.716

2
2

1
2
2

3

2

2
1

1

5

1

8

6

5

3

5

10

9

5

4

5

3

5

7

2

7

STATISTICS,

8.9
8.2
7.7
8.2

LABOR

3
8
4
7

O
F

3
2
2
2

BUREAU

One week:
Indiana.....................
Michigan...................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania............

TOOLMAKERS, DIB MAKERS, AND DIESINKERS.
One week:

r__ ,,, ,
Michigan.................
New York.................
Ohio...........
Other States............

3
2
3
3
1

40
49
49
139
7

9.3
9.0
8.1
7.7
8.3

1
1
2
3

Total . . . .

12

284

8.3

7

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Miohigan. . . .
Ohio...........
Wisconsin.. .

6
2
5

127
70
64

9.3
8.8
9.2

2
1

1
3

4

4
1

1

5

12
5
43
52
5

10
8
2
10
1

10
14

8

2
7
1
61

5

12

71

117

31

2

2

8

4

1

1

26
9
4

27
18
14

29
42
15

$0.788
.816
.712
.750
.091

2
3
1

2
2

2
11
1

7
9
3

7
6
15
48
3

11
9
18
43

5
33
2
5

20

4

.759

6

4

20

19

79

81

45

24

6

1

.754
.758
.731

2

4

16
1
7

7
7
8

37
16
17

17
31
12

34
15
11

9

1

5

4

4
3
1

4

24

8

25

5

18

7

6

3
1

6

13

261

9.1

3

6

3

9

39

59

86

43

12

1

.750

2

9

24

22

70

60

60

13

1

Grand to ta l...........

25

545

8.7

10

U

8

21

110

176

117

67

20

5

.754

8

13

44

41

149

141

105

37

7

5

7
1

6

1

7

21

8

3

3

29

14

3

4

7

2

T O P B U IL D E R S (T R IM SH O P ).
One week:
Tn^iq,nq.........
Michigan..
New York.
Other States..

3
2
2
3

19
15
7
39

7.7
7.7
7.8
7.4

-1
1

Total......................

10

80

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
W isconsin..............
Other States.............

4
2
1
7

T o ta l...................
Grand total............




17

10

4
7
5
21

1
1
1
1

$0.623
.762
.530
,696

1

3

28

37

4

.677

1

14

9
1

8
8

5
11
2

6

16

18

6

.802

53

22

6

.734

1

12
6

3

1
2

2

7.6

5

3

44
20
3

7.8
9.0
7.0

1

1

67

8.1

2

1

14

10

7

4

17

38

147

7.8

1

5
2
1
5

1

1

1
1
4
1

3

1

6

7

2

.820
,782
.683

5

3

1

4
11

29
5

2
1

1

5
4
1

2

1
1

3

10

15

34

2

8

8

32

24

U

38

9

AUTOMOBILES,

T otal.....................

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED 'HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SE3t AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

a

oo

FEMALES.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

3

3

3

4

50
and
un­
der
55
cts.

55
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

1

3

1

3

BENCH HANDS (M ACHINE SHOP).

23

8.2

2

2

5

1

$0,428

8 .0

1

38
19

8 .1

2

2

Total......................

5

57

8 .0

Grand total...........

7

82

8 .0

2

1

3

16:

1
2

3

16

2

4
4

12

1

2

3

1

5

8

3

3

3

6

11

6

2

7.8

5

2

4

6

16

3

6

8

3

2

.343
.424

5

6

16

22

.369

5

5

6

22

11

5

1

1

1

32

24

.377

5

11

11

24

14

9

4

3

1

1

16

12

2

4

1

1
1

1

DRILL PRESS HANDS AND O PERATORS.

One week:
All States.................




4

33

7.8

=====

2

12

18

1

=

$0.345

2 |.......
=

1
=

STATISTICS,

25

LABO
R

2

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
Other States.............

O
F

BENCH HANDS (T R IM SH OP).
One week:
All States..................

75
and
un­ c t s .
der and
80. over.
cts.

BUREAU

Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States.................

70
and
un­
der
75
cts.

TH
E

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

5

Un­
der
25
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
em­
4
6
7
8
10
11
5
9
ed
lish- ploy- per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
week 4. der der der der der der der der over,
day.
6.
5.
7.
8.
9.
10.
12.
11.

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
Other States.............

4
1

74
8

6.8
8.8

9

4

Total......................

5

82

7. ft

fl

4

7

Grand total............

9

115

7.3

9

4

7

7

17

16
5

12

17

14

29

12

8
3

1

.400
.441

6

21

11

1

.404

6

39

12

1

.387

6

9

7
1

4

2
1

4
1

1

1

14

8

4

3

5

1

1

16

10

4

3

5

1

1

2

3

1

1

2

2

18
3

14

9

10

21

10

26

33

1

1

S

GEAR CUTTER H ANDS AND OPER ATO RS.

Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States..................

2

12

8.0

4

1

7

m. 471

1

1

1
GRINDING M A CH IN E O PER ATORS.

1

5

7.3

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
Other States.............

3
1

13
5

7.5
9.2

Total......................

4

18

7.9

1

1

1

4

4

7

.383

8

3

2

3

1

Grand total............

5

23

7.8

11
I

1

3

4

7

7

.365

13

3

2

3

1

3

1
5

3

3

6

3

3

2

1

1

|

1

4

3
1

SO 300
.

3
4

5

.334
.510

8

3

1
1

1
2

i
I
1
I
1

1

1
1I
1

1
=

A U T O M O B IL E S ,

One week:
All States..................

LATHE H ANDS AND O PER ATORS.

One week:
Indiana......................
Other States..............

2
1

4
11

7.2
7.6

1

Total......................

3

15

7.5

1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States..................

1

18

7.8

2

4

33

7.6

3

Grand total............




1

1
1

2

1
7

1

1

2

2

8

1

.388

1

1

4

7

4

.377

1

6

6

3

2

3

6

15

5

.382

2

9

12

6

2

1

SSft. 4 3 6 _____

.370

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

C*
CD

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

O

FEMALES—Concluded.
whose earnings per hour worked were-

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
55
cts.

55
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
75
cts.

75
and 80
un­ cts.
der and
80 over
cts.

THE

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

O
F

Employees
Aver­
age
earn­
25
30
35
ings
per Un- and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­
work­ 25 der der der
40
cts. 30
35
ed.
cts. cts. cts.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em ­
4
8
5
6
7
9
10
11
ed
lish­ ployper U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
week 4. der der der der der der der der over.
day.
6.
8.
10. u . 12.
7.
5.
9.

M ILLIN G M ACH IN E O PE R ATO R S.

2
2

8
16

9.0
7.5

1

1

2
6

1
5
8 j...

Total......................

4

24

8.0

1

1

8

9

1

3

1

.401

1

1

9

12

6

.353

6

7.2

1

6

30

7.8

1

2
7

1
7

1

2

2

9

8

1

2

1

1

2

2

2

11

9

2

3

1

1

1

1

LABOR

2

Grand total............

2

.341

5

2

O
F

Two weeks and one-half
month:
All S ta tes.................

$0,303
.360

BUREAU

One week:
Indiana......................
Other States..............

1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
All S tates.................




2

9

7.7

2

2

$0,428

5
!

1

5

1

I

j

STATISTICS,

M O T O R AND T R A N S M IS SIO N A SSE M B L E R S AND BEA R IN G S C R A PER S.

SCREW MACHINE OPERATORS.
One week:

......................
Other States..............
Tattfl___

__

2
1

3
5

8.6
6.3

1

1

1

1

2
1

2

$0,394
.394

1

3

8

7.1

1

1

1

1

3

1

.394

1

1

8

1

.431

1

1

1

2

11

2

.414

Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States

2

10

8.4

Grand total............

5

18

7.8

1

1

1
3

1

1

1

4

1

3
1

2

2

1

1

1

4

3

6

1

2

1

SE W IN G M ACH INE OPERATORS (T R IM SHOP).

2
3
3

10
30
31

8.7
7.7
7.3

2

1

3

4
1

13
10

10
11
13

2
1

_ 1

$0.455
.331
.398

6

1
14
11

1
2
4

4
6

7
3
8

1

1

1
1

26

7

10

18

2

2

Total......................

8

71

7.6

2

1

3

5

23

&4

3

.378

6

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan
•Ohio
__
Wisconsin . . .

4
2
2

82
16
54

7.8
7.4
8.6

5
1
2

1

2

6

32
7
14

7

22

4

13

13
9
6

6

10

21
7
9

5

33

.361
.409
.364

8

1

16
8
3

20

1

5

4

2

1

Total......................

8

152

8.1

8

2

3

6

27

53

53

.367

18

11

35

37

28

10

10

2

1

Grand total...........

16

223

7.9

10

3

6

11

50

87

56

.370

24

11

61

44

38

28

12

4

1

5

7

6

9

2

2

5

7
2

2

3

AUTOMOBILES,

One week:
...
Illinois...........
Indiana.......................
other states

SM A LL P A R T S A S S E M B L E R S .

One week:
All S ta te s .................

3

29

7.5

1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
Other S ta te s............

3
1

19
7

7.7
7.8

1
1

Total......................

4

26

7.7

2

Grand total

7

55

7.6

3




.......

16

6

9
3

2
3

.366
.458

1

3

1

1
1

1

6

12

5

.391

1

2

5

9

2

3

3

1

13

28

5

.376

1

7

12

15

11

5

3

1

2

3

$0,362

7

1

1

3

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED. BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

-J
^

BOXES, PAPER.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

U n­
der
10
cts.

10
and
un­
der
12
cts.

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

4

1

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

18
and
un­
der
20
cts.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

1

2

ll
1

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

2

30
and
un­
der
35
'cts.

5

1G
3
2
1
1
3
11

14
3
1
20
1
2
13

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
cts.
and
over.

BUREAU

12
and
un­
der
14
cts.

BENDERS-UP (SET-U P AND FO LD ING ).

One week:
A ll States..................

5

17

7.8

1

3

5

8

THE

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

O
F

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week day
for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em­
5
4
6
7
8
9
11
10
ed
lish­ ploy- per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un* and
week 4. der der der der der der der der over.
day.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.

BULLETIN

MALES.

i|

O
F

CLO SER S AND IN SP EC TO R S (S E T -U P ).

8
2

8.1
4.8

1
1

1

Total......................

6

10

7.4

2

1

6

1

SO 259
.
.200

1

3
2

2

2

6

1

.247

1

5

2

2

CU TTERS AND CREASERS (FO LD IN G ).

One week:
Connecticut..
Illinois...........
Massachusetts
Michigan.......
Missouri.........
New Jersey...
New York___




7.8
8.4
6.8
8.5
8.5
8.2
9.0

1

2

1
1

3
1

1
1

1

4
2
1
3
1
3

5

SO 386
.
.441
.320
.429
1
.379
.498
.402

22
2
2
2
4

_
2

1
2

4
3

19
2

7

STATISTICS,

5
1

LABOR

One week:
New York.................
Other States............

7
3
2

31
26
4

8.8
7.1
8.4

4

1

30

247

8.2

13

4

1

4
1
3

6
13

18
3

1
1
1

1

6

1
2

22

120

50

18

6

2
5

1

.396

1

4
5
1

9
10
2

9
5
1

6
1

1

9

.354
.307
.326

24

53

52

61

38

10

2

1
6
1

2
7
6

10
9
29
21
8
6
18
10
9
9

1
2
13
7

4
1

2
6
16
9
2
8

5
14
18
1
7
7
IS
8
3
1
82

129

34

C U TT E R S, SC O R E R S, A N D C O R N ER C U T T E R S (S E T -U P )
One week:
fY»nne.r,f;ieilt......... .
Illinois.......................
Massachusetts.........
Michigan.......... .

5
6

10

18

182

1
1

2

1
1
2

12
7
7
3

1
2
1
1
5
3

2
1
1
1

3
1

2

1
?,

2
3

1
2

Total......................

58

391

8.3

14

9

12

Two weeks:
New Jersey..............
Ohio.........................
Other States..............

2
2
2

5
12
6

8.4
7.6
8.7

2
1

Missouri _____

* New Jersey..............
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Pp.rmsylva.Tiifl_____

W isconsin...............

Total...................

6

23

8.1

3

Grand total..........

64

414

8.3

17

2
2

9

1
8
1

1

1

____
12

2
2
1
1

1

1
5

1

12

1

119

24

3

8
1

1

1

1
2

$0,395
.392
.423
.456
.333
.366
.381
.363
.352
.303

2

1
1

4
13

2
2
15
8
3
9

.380

2

5

26

47

58

1

.317
.278
' .316

2

2

3
1

2
3

1
2

2

2

___

A

5

3

3

4

7

30

52

61

85

1

5
1

2

2

4

9

1

1

1

.296

12

20

186

128

25

4

1

3
3
1

.376

.. ___ ___ ___

1
2

2
1

1
2
6
2 .......
3
8

1

1

...__

132 ~~ 35

8

3

DIE M A K ER S A N D P R E S S M E N (FO L D IN G ).
One week:
Connecticut..............
Illinois.......................
Massachusetts...........
Michigan...................
New Jersey................
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania............
Wisconsin.................
Other States..............

2
2
2
4
3
2
8
4
2
3

20
14
2
17
6
35
20
13
6
6

8.1
8.4
8.2
9.4
8.4
9.7
9.1
8.2
8.5
8.1

1
1

Total......................

32

139

8.9

2




1

5
2
1
2

1
1
3

1
4
15

10
8
2
4
4
9
10
10

2
1

1
1

1

10
2
7
7
1

14
2

3
1

30

20

5
62

1

2
6

$0,502
.552
.498
.507
1
.607
.618
.463
.406
.474
.498
1

.525

1

1

3

4

2
5

13

1
4
1
5
2
7
9
6
4
2

5
1
10
1
8
7
]
2
4

41

48

4
4
2
3
18
1

32

BOXES, PAPER,

2

5
25
9
16
4
11
17
17
5
10

8.5
8.7
8.2
9.1
8.5
7.8
8.4
8.5
7.3
8.2

3
4

1

11
13
46
9
16
7
45
15
13
7

20
46
68
29
22
25
76
37
27
41

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK BAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

MALES—Concluded.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
16
18
35
12
14
20
30
40
50
10
60
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ cts.
der der der der der der der der der der der and
35
14
16
18
25
50
60 over.
40
cts. 12
20
30
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

Un­ and and and and and and and and and and and

der
10

THE

GLUING M ACH INE O PE R A TO RS (FO LD IN G ).

8.9
7.8
7.6
8.8
30

Total........

BUEEAU

One week:
Michigan___
New Jersey..
W isconsin...
Other States,

10

$0,397
.440
.466

8.5

4

14

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week day
for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em­
4
5
6
8
9
7
10
11
ed
lish­ ployand and and and and
12
per Un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and and and and
der
ments
un­ un­ un­
week 4. der der der der der der der der over.
day.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.

.404

O
F

LABORERS (SET-U P AN D FO LD IN G ).

82
147
47
57
27
37
213
55
22
27

8.4
8.3
7.4
8.2
8.6
8.9
8.1
8.6
8.5
8.1

3
3
5
5
1
1
9
2

2
3
2
2
2
1
5

1

'i

Total..............

60

714

8.3

30

30

Two weeks:
All States

...,

(T-rand total




3

9
723

8.3

21
38
6
30
8
5
29
25
12
5

2

1
3
14
3
1
4

2
4
9
4

36

74

'290

179

41

22

7

.361

2

6

36

74

292

185

41

22

7

.359

5
3
2

1
3
2
2

18

17

18

18

8.8

63

37
71
23
14
8
17
96
14
5
5

8
7

1
16
2
1
6

5
17
6
2
4
1
31
3
1
4

2
3
2
2

1

i

2 $0,350
.414
.283
.412
1
.325
3
.357
1
.358
.342
.310
.282

‘1

1
1

2
1

95

141.

3

1
1
36
2
2
6

3

3

11

60

1

3

2

4

12

63

97

143

10
21
12
88
5
8
.....
2 *44
3
3
1
11
14
58
61
9
15
10
1
3
1
2
2

3
10

2

3

1
2

34
18
11
2
10
6
26
19
10
5

3
3

1

.234

13
11
15
3
8
2
21
9
6
7

2

1

2

1
2
9

6

138

220

22

19

138

220

22

19

STATISTICS.

5
7
7
2
5
5
11
9
6
3

LABOE

One week:
OfYnnfiflfi m it..............
Illinois..............
Massfrnhnsp.tts
Michigan...................
Missouri....................
New Jersey . . . . . . . .
New York.................
Ohio...........................
Pennsylvania.. . . . . . .
Wisnnnsin
.
___

SCRAPPERS (FOLDING).
One week:
Connecticut..
Massachusetts

7.7
8.7

Michigan......

New Jersey...
New York___
Ohio...............
Pennsylvania.
Other States..
Total....... .

.381
.403
.446
.511
.221

7.3
9.5
7.7
7.3
5.9
20

162

8.2

15

$0,328

7.5

5

18

.439

.234
9

4

5

7

35

17

8

.412

20

12

41

1
4
1
5

2
2
1

14

3

5

20

3

5

20

3

44

23

One week:
I llin o is ..,,., ............
Massachusetts..........
New York.................
W isconsin.................
Other States.............

3
5
5
3
3

4
13
11
9
21

9.0
8.2
8.0
8.4
9.4

1

Total......................

19

58

8.7

Two weeks:
All States..................

1

2

20

60

8.6

3
4
4
2
12

5

22

5

22

2

I

1

2
1
3

1

1
2

$0,312
.315
,333
.3U
.402

1

25

3

. 349

2

25

3

1

1

5.9

Grand total............

1
2

1
6
6
4
5

1

1

2
2
2
1
I

2
3
2
2

8

9

11

12

1

.255

1

2

.346

9

9

1
6

4
2

5
2

FEMALES.
BENDERS-UP (S E T -U P AND FO LD ING ).

One week:
Illinois......................
Massachusetts...........
New Jersey...............
New York................
Ohio..........................
Other States..............

3
5
2
5
4
5

13
15
8
14
28
14

7 .0
7.0
7.1
7.5
7.4
8.0

2
1
1
1
2
1

Total....... ..............

24

92

7.4

8




1
1

1

1
2

2

2
1
1
9
1 .....
2
5
* * ‘*3
11

16

5
3

2

$0,228

3

3

3

8
20
8

2

.144
.222
.231
.213

46

7

.217

1
1

3
4
4

4
2

1
2

4
1
2

G
18
2

7
2

2

5

14

14

32

16

5

1

1
2
3

1

1

. _ ..

aaava; ‘ s a x o a

S T A Y E R S (S E T -U P A N D F O L D IN G ).

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

-J

0

FEMALES—Continued.
BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

O
F
TUB

Employees whose average hours worked per week
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
day for the pay-roll period were—
AverAverage
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
12
14
16
18
25
35
10
20
30
mgs
40 50
4
5
estab­ em8
9
6
11
7
10
per Un­ and and and and and and and and and and and 60
ed
lish­ Ployand and
12
per Un­ un­ un­ and and and and and and and hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ an- cts.
un­
un­
ments
week der der der un­ un­ un­ der un­ der over. work­ 10 der der der der der der der der der der der and
4
der der der
der
14
16
18
25
35
ed.
20
40
50 60 over
day.
30
cts. 12
6.
7.
12.
8.
9.
10 .
11 .
5.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.
C LO SE R S AND IN S P E C T O R S (S E T -U P ).

30
33
13
12

34

324

4
4
3

7.6

1
1

1
2

8 .1

7.4
7.2
6.4
5.8
7.1

1

1

19
4
3
3

3

2

1

3
1
2
10
1
2

21

3

26
2

23
18

$0,218
.267

1

.2 0 1

4

1

11

5
108
9
3

.176
.209
.219
.176
.155
.238

2

1

5

4

32

7

18

28

43

184

Two weeks:
All States..................

3

14

7.0

3

1

5

3

1

37

338

7.3

35

8

19

43

189

13

3

.2 1 2

10

.213

2

6

3
3

3
5

5
8

5
5
70
15

2

5

32

48

4
7

3
2

6

23

51

3

6

1

1

5

2

6

26

57

62

114

34




7.9
7.7
8.1
8.2

1
1

$0.293
.258
.312

1

1

1

3

3

2

2

21

4

3

2

21

5

3

2

2

17
2

2
2

6
12

1

6

3

1

2
2
1

2

61

113

33

COVERERS (S E T - U P ).
One week:
Connecticut..
Illinois...........
Massachusetts
Michigan.......

3
7

2
1

2

.187

28

1

Grand total............

2

1
2

6
1

3

3

3
7
2

1

STATISTICS.

1

8 .2

7.3

2
10
1
1

LABOR

2

187
17
9
13
5

6

8 .0

O
F

Total......................

5
4
3
3

BUREAU

One week:
Illinois.............. .
Massachusetts..........
Missouri....................
New Jersey...............
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania........
W isconsin.................
Other States.... . . .

Missouri.........
N ew Jersey...
N ew York___
Ohio...............
Pennsylvania.
Wisconsin—
Total..........
Two weeks:
New Jersey...
Ohio................
Other States..

2
3
9
5
4
3

6
9
77
15
14
47

8.5
9.2
7.7
7.9
7.7
S. 2

3

42

253

7.9

11

1

4

2
2
1

4
14
1

6.7
7.2
9.3

1

1
2

1

1

2
3

1

8
3

3
2
2
4

6
2
61
10
7
23

18

25

167

1
1

10

2

Total..........

5

19

7.2

1

3

1

Grand total.

47

272

7.9

12

4

5

2

3
15

.222
.248
.290
.276
.240
.229

27

.273

1
1

.217
.201
.243

1

7

14
4

2

8
2
1

8

5
9

5
21
3
5
13

9

22

67

76

41

23

12

3

1
4

5
1

1

41

23

12

1
19
1

6

4

6

3
3

2
18

1

3
4
19
6
3
20

1

10

2

.207

1

3

5

9

1

27

177

29

.268

4

12

27

76

77

-----

CUTTERS AND CR EASER S (FOLDING).

2
2
5
2
4

33

7.7
7.9
8.3
6.7
7.9

Total......................

15

94

7.8

3
32
22

A

2

2

1
3

1

2

1

1
5

2
17
20
2
26

4
1

2

1

5

10

67

5

1

1
1
1

4

$0,261
.338
.245
.277
.304

2

3
11
3

13

1.0

.295

10
1

27

20

3

41

9

4

C U TT E R S, SC O R E R S, A N D CO R N ER C U T T E R S (S E T -U P ).
One week:
Connecticut...............
Illinois.......................
Massachusetts...........
N ew York.................
Other States..............

3
3
5
4
3

3
11
17
29
3

6.7
7.5
7.8
7.8
7.2

Total......................

18

63

7.7




1
1
1
3

1
2
2
1

3
1
2
1

1
6
14
24
1

6

7

46

1

1

SO 214
.
.229
.278
.262
.215
.256

1
9
3
11
1
7

25

1
'l
8
8
1
18

1
1
0
5 .......
12

i
1
j
j
lj
1

BOXES, PAPER

One week:
Missouri.....................
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania...........
Other States..............

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

rj
00

FEM ALES— Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

Un­
der
10
cts.

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

1
5
1
2

6
6
5
5
5
2

18
and
un­
der
20
cts.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

3
3
14
1

3
15
20

1
3
8

1
3

4
7
2
1
5

1
2
35
14
1
8

2
3
5

97

25
and
un*
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

3
2

2
1

3

22

9

3

3

22

9

3

3

5
29
57
6
6
14
57
24
4
23

7.2
8.0
7.5
7.1
7.4
9.2
8.0
7.0
8.3
8.1

__

35

225

7.5

Two weeks:
New J e rse y ..............
Ohio
.....................
Other S ta te s............

2
2
1

7
14
1

8.7
6.0
7.9

Total..

1

1

1

2
3

3
3

2
1
2
3
1
8

1
20
28
5
2
1
49
12
2
7,

16

4

12

15

31

127

1

5

1

1
2

1
2
1

2
3

11
1
1
2

3

1
2
3

2
6

1

3
5
6

Total......................

5

22

6.9

1

5

1

3

4

40

247

7.5

17

9

13

18

35

132




2

1
7;

3

2
7

2

.215

1

12

38

40

3

18

5

Grand total............

10

$0,215
.217
.211
.167
.169
.192
.236
.237
.189
.185

.208
.156
.199

1
2

5

6

1
1

3_
____
18

.182

5

.212

__ _
_

6

3

5

6

2

6

4

17

44

42

103

STATISTICS,

2
3
5
2
2
3
7
5
3
3

O
F

One week:
Connecticut..............
Illinois.......................
Massachusetts...........
Michigan...................
Missouri....................
New J e rse y ..............
New York
..........
Ohio
Pennsylvania............
Wisconsin

BUREAU

GLU ERS-O FF (SE T-U P ).

50
and 60
un­ cts.
der and
60 over.
cts.

LABOR

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

THE

12
and
un­
der
14
cts.

1

10
and
un­
der
12
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of
estab­ em­ work­
4
5
8
9
10
11
6
7
lish­ ploy­ ed Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
per
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.

GLUING MACHINE OPERATORS (FOLDING).
One week:
C onnecticut...
Illinois.............
Massachusetts.
Missouri...........
New Jersey___
New York.......
Ohio................
Other S tates..

10
21
6

7.2
8.1
6.2
8.2
7.2
7.9
7.4
8.4

Total.,

217

10
14
39
6
37

110

6
12
2

1

3
11
6
19
1

8
7
1
1
4
7
10
2

1
1

4

7.6

1
2

SO.

1

4

4

3
1

3

10
4
2

40

9
1
13

1

1

1

1

1
1

21

1

2

23

9

47

40

36

44

1
3
2
1

2
3
1
2
3

1
8
2
2
7

4

1
7

27
2
6
1

3
1
12
54
2
2
2

10
1
4
21

1
1
3
7

1

1
1

4

$0,251
.192
.233
.222
.177
.176
.203

13

.218

7

11

48

76

39

12

2

2

1

1

7

12

21

48

77

39

13

2

2

6
13

3 *"*44
3
4

12
1
5
7

7
1
2
5

12
1

12
1

3

2
2

19

7

25

15

13

13

3

29

.283

4

LABORERS (S E T -U P AND F O LD IN G ).

17
18
30
118
14
11
9

7.6
6.5
6.9
7.1
6.3
5.9
8.3

1
1
5
10
3
3

2
4
1

Total......................

22

217

7.0

23

23

Two weeks:
All States...............
Grand total...........

4:

4
221

7.0

4
1
9

3
3
3
9
2
3

8

14

23

43
1

2

1

.218

8

14

23

44

95

14

.218

8.3

26

1

10
10
2
10
23 . 63
4
4
1
4
3
2
93

2
7

20

1

PAPER.

4
2
3
5
3
2
3

BOXES,

One week:
Illinois.................
Massachusetts. .
New Jersey...............
New York.................
Ohio... .
Pennsylvania...........
Other States.............

3

1

1

SCRAPPERS (FO LD IN G ).

One week:
Illinois.......................
Missouri....................
Ohio..........................
Other States.............

2
2
7

7.5
7.5
7.0
8.5

3

4

46
11
69
19

6

3
1
8
1

3

Total......................

15

145

7.4

9

13

3




38

2
1
6
1

5
8
2

38
5

10

$0,369
.234
.209
.264

10

15

85

10

.269

4

1

48

-3

C
D

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

00

0

FEMALES—Continued.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

Un­
der
10
cts.

12
and
un­
der
14
cts.

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

18
and
un­
der
20
cts.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

2

1
2

1
6

4
15
6

2
11
1
4

2
1
23
18
11
2

5
3
12
4

2

5
2
2
2
1

9
14
4
1
6
4
17
26
4
11

20

25

96

82

2
1
3

1

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and 60
un­ cts.
der and
60 over.
cts.

THE

10
and
un­
der
12
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
i
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em­
9
4
5
10
11
8
6
7
ed Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
lish- ploy­
per
monts ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
4. der der der der der der der der
over.
day.
8.
9.
5.
6.
7.
10. 11. 12.

ST A Y E R S (SE T -U P A N D F O L D IN G ).

1
2
1

Total......................

61

309

7.6

Two weeks.*
Michigan...................
Ohio..........................
Other States_ ____
_

1
2
2

4
4
7

7.2
8.4
7.2

1
1

1
2

2
1
3

3
2

2

2

14

8

13

1

1

4
4

2
2
1
4
7
2

6
11
5
29
14 ' 17
4
11
4
8
55
5
31
11
7
5
9

1
2

5

5

15

7.5

1

66

324

7.6

15

9

21

50

182

20

1

1
4
2

3
13

1

.262

2

1

1

Grand total............

1

$0,269
.246
.315
.323
.234
.233
.267
.253
.276
.213

6
6

2

Total......................




1
2

1

7

51

189

22

1
1

3

2

6

.303
.312
.231

2

24

1

2

.262

2

6

22

1

3

43

22

12

1
1

2

1
11
2
5

25

1

1
4
2
2
1

1

6

2

.272
1

n

6
1
1
1
6
1
2
2

2

2

2

1

102

84

45

24

13

1

STATISTICS.

7.3
7.8
7.7
7.8
7.2
8.6
7.5
7.3
8.0
7.9

LABOR

22
43
32
6
15
11
75
52
29
24

6

O
F

8
2
5
4
12
6
8
3

BUREAU

One week:
Connecticut..............
Illinois.......................
Massachusetts..........
Michigan...................
Missouri....................
New Jersey...............
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania...........
W isconsin.................

STRIPPERS AND TOP AND BOTTOM PAPERERS (SET-UP).
One week:

124793

48
122
110
27
19
45
176
44
61
43

5
7.3
1
8.2
13
6.9
2
7.5
2
7.4
8.5
7.6 **'io
2
7.4
2
7.9
8.0

Total...............

52

695

7.7

Two weeks:
New Jersey...
Ohio....................
Other States.......

2
2
2

4
16
18

8.2
8.2
7.5

6

38

7.9

2

733

7.7

39

16

16
96
35
16
13
25
127
23
33
18

14

45

143

402

37

1

2
2
3

1
14
5

6

1

58

7
3
2

1
14
4
4
4

19
45
3
3
3
15
12
12
9

Total................
Grand total........

1
1

3
?
8
5

1

37

15

2

1

3
5
1
1
1
3

W
t

2
3
13

2

7
12

50.276
.236
.258
.229
.204
.218
.251
.253
.230
.200

2

7

20

6

1

150

422

43

3

.242

4

.236

46

8
8
6

4
22
4
1

10
3
2

1

37

16

39

71

70

240

148

69

1

1

.263
.253
.214

1
14

11
22
25
6
1
5
43
15
12
8

7
8
22
1

6
4

16
49
29
14
4
18
50
20
27
13

3
13
12
1
4
7
14
2
6
9

2

1
1
1
1

.242

1

1
3
4

6
9

1

4

3

1
7
3

1
8
5

1
1

3
6
7

15
8
5
5
3
24

2
2
3
1
1
6

1

2

4

4

11

14

2

1

4

41

75

74

251

162

71

38

16

2
1
1

1
1
2

3
3
7
7
3

16
22
54
10
11
3
33
9
4
3

3

15
11
3

11
1
1

1

7
22

21
36
63
11
11
8
61
15
19
13

5

3
1

20
50
42
10
19
34
100
51
26
19

2
9
8

1
2
3

7
17
7
3
5
7
35
13
3
8

4
17
25

1
2

6
6
5
3
11
16
27
14
2
8

14

52

98

105

371

258

165

80

35

4

2

1
2
1

4
1
1

1
7

11
6
4

5
6
2

4
1
1

1

8

21

13

6

1

113

392

271

171

81

35

4

1

TA BLE W O R K E R S (S E T -U P A N D FO L D IN G ).
One week:
Connecticut........
Illinois. . . .
Massachusetts ..
Michigan. ..
Missouri..............
New Jersey. ..
New York.
Ohio.......................
Pennsylvania...
Wisconsin.................

6
5
8
2
6
6
12
11
9
3

81
165
210
37
73
78
295
114
68
74

7.4
7.8
7.4
7.9
7.1
8.2
7.5
7.6
7.4
8.0

T o ta l.....................

68

1,195

Two weeks:
New Jersey...............
Ohio..........................
Other S ta te s ............

2
2
1

205

651

90

4

1

3

2
22
3

3
5
3
3

3
2
8
2
4
2

7.5

65

28

37

116

31
23
9

7.9
8.0
6.4

3
1
2
6

Total......................

5

63

7.7

Grand total............

73

1,258

7.6




38

3

71

7
3
6

42
99
107
24
44
24
177
75
37
22

3
22
4
6
3

.....

3
2
5
1
3

12
23
60
8
6
8
57
15
11
5

9
26
18
4
9
2
26
13
2
7

3
5
11

$0,254
.275
.283
.255
.244
.208
.202
.241
.239
.204

2

3

.253

6

13

6

.221
.220
.239

2

.,223

2

.250

8

5
7
3
1
2

5
32

4
28

37

'7

27

13

6

120

212

678

103

9

4

7

2
7

4

6

16

56

104

3

BOXES, PAPER.

5
5
6
2
3
4
11
6
7
3

Massachusetts..........
Michigan
Missouri
N ew Jersey...............
New York.................
Ohio...........................
Pennsylvania_
_
W isconsin.................

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAT AND EARNINGS PER HQUR WORKED, BY S$X AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Contipued.

Q
C

FEMALES— Concluded.

E m ployees whose earnings per hour worked were—

12
and
un­
der
14
cts.

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

1

7
1

1
8
2
3

7
5
4
1
8
9
4

9

15

38

4

6

18
16
a n d ; and
un­ un­
der der
20
18
cts. cts.

2Q
and
un­
der
2^
cts.

29and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
anct
unr
der
35
cts.

5
8
12
11
14
2
5
1

4
5
13
15
24
1

2
1
7

4

1

43
23

15
2

4
1

58

65

76

21

1

2

21

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and 60
un­ ets.
der and
60 over.
cts.

THE

10
and
un­
der
12
cts.

1

Un­
der
10
cts.

O
F

A ver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ Jiours
ber of ber of
estabT em­ work­
4
5
6
7
8
9
JQ U
lish- ploy­ ed Un­ and and and and and and and and 1?
per
ments ees, week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ Un­ and
4. der der der der der der der der QYpr,
day.
5.
6.
7.
9.
8.
10. u . 12;

TURNERS-IN (SET-UP),

7.5
8.1
7.1
7 .6
7.4
7 .2
7.1
6.8

3
2
10
1
2
1

3
4
1

Total......................

35

292

7.4

20

9

Two weeks:
Ohio..........................
Other States............

2
1

13
1

7.0
7.3

1

1

17
12
5
13
81
17
10
4

3

63

159

3

2
1

7

2
2
4
5
14
4

4
5
23
3
14
14

6

31

1

1

1

1
2
1
3

Total......................

3

14

7.0

1

1

1

1

3

38

306

7.4

21

10

7

32

66

166

1




1

.193

1

.151
.160

7

Grand total............

1

194
.173
.190
.179
.202
.196
.153
.211

.152
3

1

491

1

9

8

1

8

I

1

3

4
1

1

1

6

1

1

2

19

44

(59

66

78

STATISTICS.

25
19
37
28
125
40
13
5

LABOR

4
4
4
3
id
6
3
1

BUBEAW' ©
E

One week:
Connecticut..............
Illinois......................
Massachusetts...........
New J e rse y ...!........
New York.................
O h i o . . . . ..................
Pennsylvania...........
Other S ta tes............

MINORS (M A L E S A N D F E M A L E S ).
BENDERS UP (S E T -U P AND F O LD IN G ).

One week:
Illinois.......................
New Jersey...............
New York.................
Pennsylvania...........
Other States.............

2
2
3
2
4

7
5
5
4
8

6.9
6.9
6.3
6.9
7.7

1

Total......................

13

29

7.0

1

1
1

2
2

2

4

4
4
4
2
5
19

3
3

3
1
1

1

.181

2

1

$0.177
.185
.222
.173
.160

2

4
1
1
1

2

3

1
3
1

5

5

5

7

3

3

4

......

3

4
2

1
1

1

7
2

3

3
1

9

6

1

3

1

1

1

1

CLOSERS AND IN SPE C TO R S (SE T-U P ).

3
2
3
3
4

42
6
6
48
6

5.0
6.2
4.6
6.3
7.2

19
1
3
5
1

Total......................

15

W
)8

5.8

29

4

2
2
2
13

19
3
1
23
3

1
1

1

$0.158
.162
.158
.146
.159

5

19

49

2

1

.153

1

1

2
3

1

3

18
2

29
1
4
13
1

1

5

24

48

14

2

1

$0,246
'.166
.187
.2102
.173

11
1

2
3

3

5
1
2
1

2
1
2
2
1

.181

15

9

5

8

2

BOXES, PAPER,

One week:
Illinois.......................
New York.................
Pennsylvania............
W isconsin.......
Other States.. .

CO VER ER S (S E T -U P ).

One week:
All States..................

5

8

7.1

6

1

l|

SO 214
.

1

G L U E R S -O F F (S E T -U P ).

One week:
Connecticut...............
Massachusetts...........
Pennsylvania............
W isconsin.................
Other States.............

2
3
2
2
2

3
19
7
5
5

7.6
7.1
7.2
5.2
7.6

Total......................

11

39

7.0




1

1
4

2
3

2

2

14
7
1
5

......

7

27

2

1
2

1

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

00

MINORS (MALES AND FEMALES)—Concluded.
whose earnings per hour worked were—

16

18

25

20

35

30

40

50

and and and and and and and and 60
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ cts.
der der der der der der der der and
18
30
35
25
40
50
20
60 over.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

O
F

11.

Employees
Aver­
age
earn­
12
14
10
ings
per Un­ and and and
un­ un­ un­
hour der
work- 10 der der der
14
16
cts. 12
cts. cts. cts.

ITIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of
7
8
9
10
11
4
5
6
estab­ em­ work­
ed Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
lish­ ployper der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week 4.
der der der der der der der der over,
day.
12.
5.
7.
8.
9.
10.
6.

THE

L ABORERS (SET-U P AND FO LD ING ).

8.1
7.0
6.8
6.0
6.6
7.2

1
2
4

2

i
l

24

Total......................

24

101

6.8

7

3

2

321
1

1
6
1

1

4
9
2
28
7
50

4

1

1
1

6

1

1
1

.220
.203
.190
.149
.168

1
12 ’ *33
1
3

.172

14

1
2
14

1
2
5

3

5

6
2

2
1

1

17

1

3

1

11

17

3

3

38

2

LABOR

6
10
13
5
59
8

O
F

3
5
5
4
3
4

BUREAU

One week:
Connecticut. . . .
Massachusetts. . . .
New York
Pennsylvania...........
W isconsin..............
Other States.. ..

SCR APPER S (FO LD IN G ).

2,
1

7

lj

7.0

6

|

Z0.284

" f

....... 1........

'1 '''

STRIPPER S AND TOP AND B O T T O M PAPERERS (SE T -U P ).
One week:
Connecticut..
Illinois..........
Massachusetts
Missouri........




8.1
7.3
7.1
7.4

1

1

1

$0.:
.143
.171
196

1

1
1

1

9
3

2
1

S T A T IS T IC S .

One week:
All States........

New York .......
Wisconsin..........
Other States..............
Total

............

3
3
3

5
10
4

7.3
7.1
6.6

17

45

7.2

1
1

1

4
1

1

6

32

t

5
6
2
3

f

.283
.160
.233
.181

1

3

1
1

4

1
1
1

1
1
2

1

7

6

7

2

2

1

6
2
1
3
1
7

1
1

3

1

15

2

1

2
2

3

3

T ABL E W O R K E R S (SE T -U P AN D F O LD IN G ).

One week:
Illinois,,, T, , ..........
New York.................
W isconsin..........
Other States............
Total......................

Grand total............

13
10
8
3
4
57
11

6.9
5.0
7.2
6.7
4.6
6.5
6.1

2
2
2

1
1

5

21

106

6.3

11

5

11

5

2

5
111

6.4

2
1
1
2
43
4

10
2
7
1
2
6
2

5

53

30

1

2

2

.152

5

54

32

4

.174

3

7.5

23

1
4

2

$0,214
.148
.281
.228
.162
.163
.129

2

1
3
4

14
1

1
17
2

1
7

2

.175

5

10

16

24

12

1

1

1

1

11

17

25

13

10

3
1
2

12
7
2

.....

3

3
1
10
2

1

1

5

2
1

2
7
1
9

2

2
1

20

5

3

2

20

5

3

2

1

4

T U R N E R S -IN (SE T -U P ).

One week:
Connecticut..............
Illinois.......................
Massachusetts...........
New York.................
u h io ..........................
Pennsylvania............
Other States..............

2
4
4
5
2
2
1

12
17
29
14
2
9
2

7.5
7.4
6.7
7.1
7.5
7.1
7.4

1

Total......................

20

85

7.1

2




1

1
1

2

2

2

1
16
2

19

6
16
9
10
2
9
2

5

54

6

1

$0,207
.146
.180
.214
.220
.166
.210

1
1

.183

2

2
8

6
21

14

16

2

6
3
2
1
2
15

4

1

8

BOXES, PAPER,

Two weeks:
Other States..........

4
4
3
2
2
3
3

1

00
Ox

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

90

BRICK AND TILE.

Aver­

Employees who^e earnings per hour worked were—
-

age

earn­
ings

30 35 40 45 50
Un­ and and apd and and
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
30 der der der der der
cts. 35 40 45 50 55
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

55
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

65
an4
un­
der
70
cts.

7Q
and
un­
der
75
cts.

75
m
m d and

90
cts.
un­ Un­ and $1
der der un­ and
80
90 der over.
cts. cts. $1.

BUREAU

2
2
1

3
2
1

9.?
9.3
5.6

1
1

I
1

X

1

1

1

19

8.7

2
3
3
2
3
2
1

4

3
4
2
4
3
1

8.6
9.8
8.0
10.5
10.2
7.7
8.3

Total.....................

16

21

9.Q

I

Grand to ta l...........

33

40

8.8

1

3

1

2
1

6

4

1
1

4

3

2

1

1
1

.460
.435
1

2

2

1

1

2
1

1

.418
.583
.358

1
1
1

4

4

i

• 429
.462
.768
.413
.435
.412
.5Q6

1

1
I

1

1

3

5

3

5

1

1

1
” 3

1

I

1 ....
1
2

1
1
1

1
1

1
1

1

” 2

1

.467

1

1
1
1

2

6

4

4

1

2

.490

4

4

6

3

2

5

12

8

7

2

2

.484

8

7

U

8

1

X
I

2

2

1

STATISTICS.

17

1

1

Total.....................
Two weeks and one-half
month*
California..................
Iowa..........................
Michigan...................
M issouri...................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania...........
Other States............




4

LABOR

8.3
9.4
8-4
7.9

2

©
®

3

5
4
2
3

3
4

. P

B H IP K m c p i N J S T E N D E R S .
One week:
Illinois......................
Indiana.....................
|o w a .........................
Missouri....................
New Jersey and New
York......................
Pennsylvania...........
Other States............

THE

per
hour
work­
ed.

or

F$y=pqll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked pep week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em­
4
6
8
9
7
IQ 11
ed Un­ and 5
lish­ ploy^
12
per der un­ and and and and and and and and
ments
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
week 4. der der der der der der der der over.
day.
10. 11. 12.
6.
8.
9.
5.
7.

BULLETIN

MALES.

GRINDING MACHINE TENDERS.
9
6
3
3
4

7.8
9.Q
8.4
7.6
7.6
8:0

TQtal.....................
T wq weeks and one-half
month:
California..................
Iowa--......................
Michigan..................
Missouri....................
OJjio..........................
Pennsylvania...........
Ot&ep sta te s............

in

3p

8.0

2
3
3
2
3
2
1

7
5
5
3
4
5
1

8-7
8.5
7.5
9.7
7.4
8.2
6.8

Total.....................

16

30

8.3

1

Grand to ta l...........

33

62

84

1

i

1

1

Iowa

7

\

1
1
1
2

1

7

5

8

1

1
5

4
1
I

1
4
3
2
1
9
3

1

8

5

5

14

7

10

7

9

15

15

2

3
3

2

7

2
2

1
7

4

9

4

.468

1
1

2
1

.413

2
1

1

1

2

3

.395
.447
.784
.367
.459
.351
• 425

1
3

J

5

1

$0,468
.332
.376
.337
.503
.507

1

2
2

2

*
1

2

2

1
3

1

3

2

1

3

2

3

2 ....... 1........

2
3

2

4

6

10

4

.440 . . . .

-----

3

12

13

14

13

2

3

$0.586
.301 10
.329
.435
.306 *"*8

1
1
3

3

5

4

6
10
1
2

2

3

19

7

8

8

4

2
9

1

2
4 " ‘i
6
1

8
1
9
6

1

-----

K ILN FIR E M E N .
One week:
Illinois......................
Indiana.....................
Io w a ........................
Maryland.................
Missouri....................
New Jersey and N ew
York......................
Pennsylvania...........

1

3
4
2
2
2

33
17
12
9
10

8.6
13.1
13.3
11.6
12.8

2
2

7
4

11.5
12 9

T otal.....................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
California..................
Iowa..........................
Michigan...................
Missouri....................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania...........
Other States.............

17

92

11.2

2
3
3
2
3
2
1

4
13
6
10
11
15
7

10.1
i2.1
11.6
9.3
10.8
11.5
7.6

1

T otal.....................

16

66

10.7

2

1 1 .0

3

1

Grand total...........




33

158

2

4
1

21

1
1

2

2

1
1

1

9

2
1

1

1

1

2

2
2

2

3
1

1
1

2
2

1
1

3

2

1

6

4

15

2
.

23

6

3

14
9
1
9

1

2

4
3

.379
.483

7

40

.434

8
3
1
5
7

.473
.382
.528
.385
.387
.406
.417

24

.411

3
i
1
2
2
7
5

1
1

1
1
2
1
1

21

3

6

44

1

9

13

H

S M ia

3
4
2
3
2
2

<ESDP

One week:
TUiriois.......
Indiana....................
.........................
Missouri....................
Pennsylvania...........
O t ^ f e e s - ...........

.425

1
2
2

19

2

6

19

2

6

19

2

2

1

4

18

10
18

29

11
IS

5
1
6
2

35

1

9

43

Q

14

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

oo
00

MALES— Continued.
were—

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

THE

90
cts.
$1
and and
un­ over.
der
$1.

O
F

Employees whose earnings per hour worked
Aver­
age
earn­
60
65
30 35 40 45 50
ings
70
55
75
per U n­and and and and and and and and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
work­ 30 der der der der der der der der der der
65
ed. cts. 35 40 45 50 55
70
60
75
80
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
4
estab­ em ­
6
7
8
9
10
11
5
ed
lish­ ploy- per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week 4. der der der der der der der der over.
day.
6.
8.
10. 11. 12.
5.
7.
9.

K IL N S E T T E R S ,

2
2

6
4

6.6
6.8

Total.....................

18

126

7.0

Two weeks and one-half
month:
California. . .
Iowa
Michigan..................
Missouri...................
Ohio............
Pennsylvania..........
Other States............

2
3
3
2
3
2
1

10
14
6
8
9
16
7

7.7
6.7
6.5
8.1
6.5
6.4
6.6

Total........

16

70

6.9

4

Grand to ta l..

34

196

7.0

14




3
2
2
2
1

2
5
4
1
2

6
1
5
2
2

4
1
10

3
16

19

6
2
3

3
1

2
2
1
2
6
6

5

8

19

8

27

35

3

19

2
4
2
1
7

1
1
2

1
1
2

37
6
2
1

3
3
1

3

1

2

$0.529
.509
.585
.575
.457

1

5 **'5
1

6

’ **4

4
2

3

1
6

2

.554
.762

48

8

3

7
3

1

2
2

2
1
4

1

11

14

8

30

62

16

.536

37
2

6
2

2
3

4

2

3

1
5
1

2

4
1
1

6

2

2

15

13

7

39

15

9

2

1

7

6
2

4

2

2
2

3

1

2

1
3

5

1
6
1

2
1
2
5

1
2

.488
.547
1.024
.512
.661
.548
.625

2

1

.598

2

3

10

8

7

12

10

7

1

4

.558

9

18

23

15

46

27

17

16

3

2

1
3

6

1
i

2

4
2

1
2

6

2

6

8

2

6

STATISTICS,

7.5
7.4
6.1
5.7
6.5

LABOR

54
24
16
8
14

O
F

3
4
2
2
3

BUREAU

One week:
Illinois
..............
Indiana....................
Iowa
.
___
Maryland__
__
Missouri....................
New Jersey and New
York......................
Pennsylvania...........

LABORERS.
One week:

Maryland.................
New Jersey and New
York...................
Pennsylvania

3
2
2

59
55

4

2
1

2
1

8

8.9

18

462

8 .1

22

13

19

46

100

103

2

63
85
48
32
52
61
19

7.1
7. 3
7. 2
6.4
6.3

8
11

3

3

3
3

1
1

1
2
2
2
1

7
9

6
12
21

25
14
9
7
16

3
3
2

3
2
1

7.4
9.1
8 .6
7. 1

7.7

8 .0

3

4

5

2

2
1
1
2

3
4
3

5
3

.65
87
40
53
103

2
2

3
3
5
2

10

8 .1
6. 6

15
7
3

3
4

1

21
11

15
7

16
13
4
9
47

17
17

14

3

32

8

1

1

4

4
3

2

11

6

5

7

3

2

16

360

7.1

57

19

14

36

64

Grand total...........

34

822

7.7

79

32

33

82

164

8C

183

3
5

28

17

12
2

6
2
6

2

3
26

3

3

96

34

7
1

1

4
3
16

2
8

26

3

70

15

3

14

3
5
4
3

17

5

” *4

1
2
11

1

4

4

5
4

2
2

1

5

3

1

2
2

7

3

1

8

3

1

2
2

3
5

2

5

99

85

42

27

13

11

10

2

2

18 36
.386
1
8
.407 "* 2
.677
6
.349
9
.480
'" *7
"ii
23
.403
.385
16

7
71

3
6

13

13

3

11

i

1

2
6

3

2

1

l

1

15

.412

4

2

11

8

14

1
'2

6

4

.445
.445

2

5

64

26
33

1
6

14
3

30

7
1
1

6

1

11

17

$0.428
.353
.391
.578
.340

12

52

31

4

3

.441

8

148

65

18

18

.425

20

147

1

1

1

17
18
4

11

6

7

4

2

1

90 119

23

10

15

16

15

3

12

2

2

192 189 204

65

37

28

27

25

5

14

10

5

1

14
5

6
2

11
8
2

3
3

5
5

5
3

3

1
1

2

2

3
4

4

45

Total.....................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
California.................
Iowa.........................
Michigan........
Missouri....................
Ohio.........................
Pennsylvania. . .

Other States. . . .

3
4
2

3
a
15

2

61
35
13
23
14

1
2

9
7
3
17

1

7
3

12

7

46

7.3
6.5
6.4
8.5

5
4

3

6 .6

2

20

2

8

3

13
7

24

12

5.9
5.9

5

6

$0.543
.554
.619
.510
.575

38

38

34

2

.550

4

22

8
8
1

8
1

7

6.7

15

5

3

2

2

2

3

146

3
3
2
1

6.4
6. 7
7.3
6.3
7.6

.393
.517
.982
.452
.572
.618
.602

9

10
2

1
1

3

5

4

13

4
3

4

1

22

5
3
4

1

2
1

1

1

1

1
1

8

4

5
7

2
6

5

9

20

24

20

35

8
2

8

5

2

2

1

1

1
1

1
2

1

2

10

7

4

1

28

2

1

1
6

4

14

1

12

10

1
1
2
2

3
1
1

3
1

2

TILE,

L O A D ER S A ND W H E E L E R S.
One week:
Illinois..
Indiana.
__
Iowa
Missouri....................
Other States............

4

3

3

1
1

3

2

Total......................

16

130

6 .8

11

8

20

17

26

34

11

3

.574

5

37

14

12

6

8

6

9

7

1

7

4

14

Grand total..

31

276

6.7

23

15

35

55

64

68

13

3

.561

7

46

34

36

26

36

18

19

17

8

11

4

14




AN
D

Total......................

11

BRICK

Total......................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
California
Iowa.................
Michigan.. . .
Missouri. .
Ohio.................
Pennsylvania..
Other States.........

3
4

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

O

MAX.ES—Concluded.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

50
and
un­
der
55
cts.

3
1

11
2

15

2

1
3
2
6

1

4

3

55
and
un­
der
60
cts.

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
75
cts.

75
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

3

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

5

90
ctsr
HI.
and and
un­ over.
der
•1.

THE

30 35 40 45
U n­and and and and
der un­ un­ un­ un­
30 der der der der
cts. 35 40 45 50
cts. cts. cts. cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of
estab­ em­ work­
5
4
8
9
10
7
ed Un­ and and 6 and and and and 11
lish­ ploy12
per der un­ un­ and un­ un­ un­ un­ and and
un­
ments
week 4. der der der der der der der un­ over.
der
day.
9.
10. 11. 12.
5.
6.
8.
7.

O FF-BEA R ER S.

12

Total.....................

17

108

6.7

14

Two weeks and one-half
month:
California.................
Iowa.........................
Miohjgpp..................
Missouri....................
Ohio.........................
Pennsylvania..........
Other States............

2
3
3
2
3
2
1

11
14
12
6
6
12
5

8.1
7,1
6.5
7.4
8.6
7.1
7.7

1
12

1

4
1

12
3

3
2

9
4
5
1
4
1

10

10

24

21

14

2

1
1

1
1
9
2

6
4

3
2

1

1

2
5
1

1

6

12

2
2

1
1
2

3
1
1

6

1
5

6

8
1
5

1

1

1

1

2

16

66

7.4

5

4

1

8

19

18

8

2

Grand total...........

33

174

7.0

19

16

11

18

43

39

22

4

9

.414

1

Total.....................




$0.492
.369
.478
.317
.344
.523
.433

1

12

,442

20

16

16

2
14

2

3
1

.488

1

18

6

.421
.414
.763
.350
.513
.458
.375

1
1

12
6

11
3
5
1

3

....

4
16

6

4

1
4

3

2
2

6
5

3

1

2

4
12

STATISTICS,

7.1
8.4
7.8
4.1
6.9
7.9
8.3

LABOR

31
17
8
27
10
9
6

O
F

3
4
2
2
3
2
1

BUREAU

One week:
Illinois
..........
Tnrtianq.....................
Iowa.........................
Maryland.................
Missouri...................
Pennsylvania..........
Other States............

18

19

2

4

3

2

2

4

3

5

22

38

35

18

20

9

6

2

4

3

5

'

PUGGERS.
One week:

3
4
2
2
2

5
4
2

2
2

3

2

7.8
8.4

17

21

8.0

2
3
3
2
3
2
1

2
5

9.2
6.8
6.2
9.5
8.4
9.1
8.6

Total......................

16

21

7.6

3

Grand to ta l...........

33

42

7.8

3

Missouri....................
New Jersey and New
Y o r k ...................
Pennsylvania...........
Total................
Two w^eks and one-half
month;
California
..........
Iowa
..........
Mifthigari
..........
Missouri...................
o m o , , ............ , ........
Pennsylvania .......
Oilier States............




2
3

6
2
3
2
1

1

7.9
8.8
9.0
6.9
7,3

1

1

1
1
1
2

1
1
1

1
2

3

1

3

2

1
2

1
1

6

3

2

1
2
2

i

2

.429

4

1

.440
.437
.736
.38$
,489
.389
,375

1

1
1

1

2
1

2

10

4

1

8

16

7

3

.472

2

1

1

1
2
1

4

5

1

4

4

1
1

1
1
1
1 ” ’i
1

1

4

....

1

1

1
4

.516

4

1

2

1

1
1

3
1
1

2

.402
.515

1

6

$0,490
.338
.419
,490
.387

7

3

1

11

7

2

1

1

2

1

1

2

1

1

%

2

3

1

2

2

2

1

1

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

«©

CAR BUILDING.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90 $1
- and and and and and and and and and and and cts. and $1.10 $1.25
• un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and un­ and
un­ and
der der der der der der der der der der der un­ der der over.
, 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90 der $1.10 $1.25
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1.

BUREAU

A IR B R AK EM EN .

8.1
8.9
8.1
6.8

1
1

1

2
2
3
1

1
2
2
3

3
5
2

2
2

8

10

4

9
2
10
2

1
6
7

3
14
21
7

1

4
3

$0,526
.751
.690
.477

1

2

5

.668

1

2

7

3
34
25
18

1

10
1

2
2

.841
.851
.789
.517

1
1
1
1

5

1
4

1
1

1
2

3

3

3

5

2

3

3

3

1
1
1
9

1
1
13
3

1
2
6

4
3
14
1

2
1

Total.........................

5

29

8.3

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Eastern........................
Eastern Central...........
Central.........................
Southern...................

2
4
6
4

22
60
83
35

6.6
8.6
8.3
8.5

3

1
1
5
1

6

2

6

1

Total.................

16

200

8.2

7

8

8

23

14

45

80

11

4

. 766

6

2

6

2

4

12

18

23

9

22

26

13

46

10

1

Grand total...............

21

229

8.2

7

9

9

23

22

55

84

16

4

.753

6

2

7

4

11

15

23

23

11

25

26

16

46

13

1




3
1

13
5
5

3
7
15
1

i
12

6
24
16

3
7

1

STATISTICS.

4
14
7
4

LABOR

1
2
1
1

O
F

One week:
Eastern.........................
Eastern Central...........
Central..........................
Southern......................

THE

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

O
F

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Average
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of
estab­ em- work­
5
6
7
10
4
8
9
ed
lish­ ploy- per Un­ and and and and and and and 11
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week 4. der der der der der der der over.
day.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11.

BULLETIN

MALES.

AXLE TURNERS.
One week:
Eastern.......................
Eastern Central...........
Southern......................

2
2
1

8
22
4

6.6
10.2
6.0

2
1

1

5

34

8.9

3

1

2
4
6
4

24
46
92
39

6.1
7.9
7.6
8.8

8
2
12

1
2
4
3

Total..........................

16

201

7.7

22

10

Grand total...............

21

235

7.9

25

10

Total
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Eastern. . . .
Eastern Central........
Central..........................
Southern......................

1
1

3
2

4
4

1
2!

8

$0.673
.779
.650

1

2

1
2
3 *" i

4

2
5

1
10

1

4

3!

4

8

.739

1

2

6

1

4

7

11

1

1

2
14
1i

7
3

.771
.867
.730
.593

3

3

3

8
3

1
1
5

1
2 * ’ *6
7 11
5
3

15
5
7

2
8
15
2

2
5
6

8
10

8
2
1

2
1
2

2

io

.740

3

3

3

11

23

11

7

15

20

27

27

13

20

11

5

2

.740

3

3

3

12

25

11

13

16

24

34

38

14

21

11

5

2

2

2
3

1
1

2

1

1

2

1

1

1
2

2

2

5

8

3
10

2
11
12
6

11
24
19
5

2
9
19

9

13

31

59

30

17 i

10

15

36

67

33

21

2
5
2

18

CR
A

!

2
1
13 * 9
7
2

1

BULLDOZER H A N D S .

2
2
1
1

8
10
2
1

8.1
7.6
9.9
6.2

Total..........................

6

21

7.9

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Eastern.........................
Eastern Central.........
Central......................
Southern......................

2
4
5
4

5
17
35
26

6.9
8.0
9.0
8.6

7

4

3

1
2
1

1
1

$0.617
.714
.683
.642

1
2

3

.671

3

3

1
8

1
2

1
2

4

3

4

2

2
1
3

1
1
10
3

2
7
10
6

4
4
9

4
2

1
6
1

.665
.891
.816
.632

3

1
1
4

5

2

1

1
2
"2
4 *" *7
3

2
4

1
4
5

2

6
3

3
2

1
2
2
2

1

4

9
1

BUILDING,

One week:
Eastern.
Eastern Central...........
Central..............
Southern.........

Total..........................

15

83

8.5

3

3

6

15

25

17

6

8

.765

3

3

6

8

5

6

10

10

6

7

14

3

2

___

21

104

8.4

3

3

14

19

28

21

8

8

.746

3

3

9

11

9

11

12

12

6

8

15

3

2

Grand total___




CD

co

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

<
G
**

M ALES— Continued.

locality.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

35 40
and and
un­ un­
der der
40 45
cts. cts.

45 50
and and
un­ un­
der der
50 55
cts. cts.

55 60
and and
un­ un-r
der der
60 65
cts. cts.

65 70 75 80 85 90
$1
and and and and and cts. and SI. 10 $1.25
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and un­ and
and
der der der der der un­ der un­ over,
der
70 75 80 85 90 der SI. 10 SI. 25
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1.

THE

BU LL-RIVETER O PE R AT O R S.

8.3
7.4
7.5
7.3
32

Total.........................

BUEEAU

One week:
Eastern........................
Eastern Central......... .
Central.........................
Southern.................... .

$0,525

7.5

10

.730

O
F

6.6
8.0

Southern......................

.874

8.7

Central *.........................

LABOR

Two weeks and one-half
month;
E a s t e r n , .................
Eastern Central...........

.992
.754

209

8.2

22

43

46

Grand total...............

241

8.1

27

53

54

20
62

.910

13

17

19

27

46

10

20

16

21

22

27

48

37

2
7
7

10
2

4

7

4

7

2

16

12

4

7

6

7

2

28

CAR -BO D Y BUILDERS, W O O D .

One week;
Eastern.............
Eastern Central
Central..............
Southern..........

2
1
1
1

87
53
76
54

Total............

5

270

7.6
8.6
7.5
7.5 *

1
3
4

10
5

7.7

8

15

5

12

15

5
1

8

8
53

11

20

76

54
4
38

2
6

28
2

6

96

8

30

6

$0.530
.621
.627
.497
.569

3

79
5
8
11

7

8

9
29

7

8

41 103

1
22 * ’ *9
4
7
14
41

16

2

29

STATISTICS.

Total.........................




O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Average
Num. Num­ hours
ber of ber ol
estab­ em- work­
5
8
6
9
7
10
ed Un­ 4
lish­ ploy11
per der and and and and and and and and
ments
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
week 4. der der der der der der der over.
day,
5.
6.
9. 10. 11.
7.
8.

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Eastern.....................
Easter^ Central..........
Central___ I................
Southern....................

2
1
6
4

106
29
807
666

1
7.0
3
7.4
7.8 ’ ’ *43 ” *38
34
14
8-4

5
1
62
16

21
5
101
33

69
22
95
66

6
1
222
136

134
343

1

1

94
20

18
4

.762
.770
.840
.614

32

40

?

5
51

8
35

65
83

16
52

1
27
77

2
43
46

37
4
38
97

65
16
57
80

1
6
98 131 190
9
49 15

94

33

2

Total......................

13

1,608

8.0

80

53

84

160

252

365

478

114

22

.740

32

40

56

44 150

91 176 218 153 146 200

94

33

2

Grand total..........

18

1,878

7-9

88

68

95

180

328

461

486

144

28

.716

32

47

64

85 253 109 121 107 188 222 160 152 207

96

33

2

68 105

C A B F IT T E R S A N D R E A M E R S , S T E E L .

33
113
12

55
154
40
28

Total ............... ....

7.4

233
600
704
463

Southern. . .........

7.6
7-4
7.2
7.2

277

Eastern,..,......
Eastern Central.
Central,............

6.1
8,0
7.8
8.2

40

2i

29

37

158

$0.521
.734
.653
.506
15

60

.657

34

19

14

70

month:

Eastern.....................
Eastern Central..........
Central......................

Southern......................

.743
.891
.853
.567

32

T o tal....,,..

16

2,000

7-7

144

Grand total..

22

2,277

7.7

282
166
85

16?

197
519

125

2J3

30}

565

132

49

24?

338

w o

Two weeks and one-half

723

28

.785

78

6

30

.770

30

32
15

56

137

34

87 140

229

10Q

157 317 299 101

96

lo o

‘OHOTH-M

One week:

C A R T R U C K B U IL D E R S .

One week:
Eastern.........................
...........
Central..........................
Southern__
Total.........................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Eastern.........................
Eastern Central...........
Central. I......................
Southern......................

2
2
1
1

10
14
5
3

7.3
8-5
7-0
7-5

2
1
Eastern Central
1
1

3
1
1
3

4
9

6

32

7.8

1

2
3
6
3

4
52
64
28

6.1
8.0
8.4
8.6

2
2
2
2

Total..........................

14

148

8.2

20

180

8.1

9




1

8

13

6
8
2

ii
7

4

3

$0,503
.650
.596
.539

2

7
4
2

2

4

.585

2

21
15
6

12
10
17

.552
.922
.787
.638

1

1 ___

18
1

1

1

4
2

2

3

13

3

7
3

3

10

1
1 ....
1

1
7 ___

4
1

X
5
5

1
6
8

6

11
1

5
18

3
25

8

12

7

2

4

8

Grand total...............

2

4

1

2

1

16

18

44

39

19

.799

1 ....

2

7

8

1

5

15

17

12

23

28

10

12

7

6

17

26

57

41

23

.761

1 ....

4

10

21

2

5

18

27

12

23

28

10

12

7

1

«P
a*

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

<©
04

M ALE S —C ontinued.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were-

Under
35
cts.

35 40. 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90
$1
and and and and and and and and and and and cts. and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and un­
der der der der der der der der der der der un­ der
40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90 der
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. SI. $1.10

THE

CRANE O PER ATO RS.

8.2
8.7
5.5
7.4

12

1

2

1
1
1
1

5
1
3
8

10
1

3
3
8

1
1
2

1 $0,473
.552
.555
.467

1

1
9

Total.........................

6

69

7.0

12

1

3

4

17

13

14

4

1

.526

1

21

2j
3;
31
3

21
108
51
39

7.7
9.5
8.9
9 .6

1

1
1

1
4
1

6
8
6
4

10
12
21
5

2
43
8
13

33
11
7

' 8
2
8

.635
.532
.564
.394

2

1
2

3

20

5

1
21 "5 5 ‘ "29
39
1
10
1

111
1

219

9.2

4

2

6

24

48

66

51

18

.525

3

20

7

32

95

30

9

17

288

8^7

16

5

10

41

61

80

55

19

.525

3

20

8

53 122

41

11

Total.........................
Grand total...............

1

11

3
5
19

10
1 ” *2

1
2

1

3

27

11

2

3

1

3

6
2
3
11

7

3

2

18

3

5

19

6

4 ....
1

1

5 ....

1

O
F

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Eastern.......................
Eastern Central...........
Central.........................
Southern......................

2

STATISTICS.

14
16
30
9

LABOR

2
2
1
1

DRILL P R ESS H A N D S.

One week:
Eastern........................
Eastern Central...........
Central........................
Southern......................

2
2
1
1

5
7
1
5

8.2
8.0
8.3
7.5

1

Total.........................

6

18

8 .0

1




5
5

5
3
1

1

9

1

2

2

$0,523
.609
.609
.465
.545

BUREAU

One week:
E astern......................
Eastern Central...........
Central.........................
Southern......................

1

$1.10
and $1.25
un­ and
der over.
$1.25

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Average
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of
estab­ em- work­
5
6
7
8
9
10
ed Un­ 4
lish­ ploy11
per der and and and and and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
ments
week 4. der der der der der der der over.
day.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11.

1
1

3
1

1

2

1

1

1

2

3

5

2

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Eastern.........................
Eastern Central...........
Central..........................
Southern......................

4
1
1
1

76
32
76
25

7.1
7.8
8.4
8.8

Total..........................

16

200

7.9

7

Grand total...............

124793

2
4
6
4

22
;

227

7.9

8

to

9

2
2
1

3
3
4
1

J
2

5

11

27

5

11

5!

i;

28
6
14
3

2 0 !____I____ 1
........

6
19
4

101
13
10|

51

1
4g|

56

58| = l|
3

331

2'

16

3
t
I.......
23
3
25

.738
.670
.707
.420

1
4

5

3
9

3
7
2
1

9
7
2
5

7
3

14
1
25

5
8
1
13 ” ic

6
2
5

5
2
7

3
5
8

12
1
1

15
1
6

5
5l
___ _i __
51
5!

1
4

1

.678

4

5

13

13

23

.668

4

5

15

16

28

SQ.516
.687
.780
.725

3

9
2
1

1

.612

3

12

1

1

.800
, .805
4
.786
3
.655

1
1

1
3
2
4

3
4
5

7

3
2
7, G
91
9 11

10

19

28

26

15

2
ll
8
7
4
1
15| . 7

20

29

28

16

i 18|

9

3

2
2
1

19
j 24

18

13

18 f l 4

16

14 [ 22

14

16

14

22

14

.

1
1

1

1

FO RG IN G M A CH IN E H A N D S .

13
6
2i
4

7.9
8.9
9.8
5.8

2

Total..........................

6

25 |

8.0

2

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Eastern.........................
Eastern Central...........
Central.........................
Southern.....................

2
4
5
4

24
38
57
44

7.3
7.8
8.3
9.3

1
1
2

3
1

Total..........................

15

163

8.3

4

4

Grand total...............

21

188

8.3

4

6

2
1

4

7
1

2

2

2

3

6

8

1

2
3
5
3

11
5
19
3

8
17
10
4

4
20,

3
12
10

2

2

1
2
1
3

5

13

38

39

28

25

7

.757

2

4

7

6

16

44 ' 47

30

27

8

• 73i7

21

7

19

2
2

2.

2

1

|
4!

1

2

11

1

iL

1
2

11

1

2
3

8
2!

1

1
1

2

.

.

1
1

6
4

2
1
4

*
4
2 ...u .
1.

15

7

4

1
"“ i

7

4
I
___ _
4j
4

H A M M E R SM IT H S , B R AD L EY DROP AND S T E A M .

One week:
Eastern.........................
Eastern Central...........
Southern......................
Total..........................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Eastern.........................
Eastern Central...........
Central.........................
Southern......................

2
2
1

4
4
4

7.7
10.7
7.5

1

5

12

8.6

1

2

54
40
48
17

7.3
7.2
8.2
9.4

1
2
1
1

2
3

19
5
6

4
5
4

2

1
1

1

2

£0.578
.629
.692

1

6

2

1

2

.633

1

12
7
8
1

19
10
9
1

5
11
.9

2
9
3

2

.892
1.146
.821
.632

4

3
7
1

Total..........................

15

159

7.7

5

5

11

30

28

39

25

14

2

20

171

7.,8

5.

5

11

31

34

41

25

15

4

.887




1
1 ' 1
1

1

1

1
1

2
2
4

3

1

1

11

1

1
2
2
3

2
2
3

2
3
4
3

5
3
5
1

6
1
6
1

2
1

1

” 3

4

.907

Grand total...............

1

4

8

7

12

14

14

•4

5

12

7

15

15

14

6
2
4
2

7

8
5
10

8
2
5

5
2
1

14

19

23

15

8

17

15

20

23

15

8

17

9
3

2
15

BUILDING,

2
2
1
1

CR
A

One week:
Eastern.........................
Eastern Central...........
Central.........................
Southern......................

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

CO
00

MALES— Continued.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked wcre-

35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 : 90 $1
and and and and and and and and and and and cts. an d $1.10
and,
un­ un­ un­ tin­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
un­ and
der der der der der der der der der der der Un­ der der over.
40 45 ‘50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90 der $1.10 $1.25
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1.

TH
E

H A N D Y M EN .
I
7.1
7.8
6.5
7.4’

3
1
7
1

3
2

5

Total.........................

5

144

7 .2

12

5

7'

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Eastern......................
Eastern Central
Central.........................
Southern...................

2
4
6
4

54
129
422
300

6.7
8.7
8 .0
8.3

2
1
43
23

7
3
19
14

2

...............

Grand total......

3
7
a
1

a
44

14 1
1

66

5
18'
7

1
1
12 I 26
3
13
36
48
!
16i 17
67

16

905

8.1

69

43

32

21

1,049

8.0

81

48

39

17

10
9
1

5
10
4
19

1

4
35
78
45

1
59
83
143

10
67 *"*30
12
23

3

2

1

62

3

4
2

1
41

4
17
10
1

10
■2
6!
2i
1

57

32

20

11

5

2
.617
1
1 * 6 0 52
.471
.524
7: 121 133
.400 ‘ *72 108 54 25

7
6
49
14

12
4
33
11

23
2
i6;
3|

1

3

.489

1

20

15

$0,485
' .500
.584
.424

1

3

1

|
1

1
4

1

7

1

5

1

4

2

2

15
6

5
4

12
1

1
*3
" *4
19

1
1

1
8
2

104 ‘ 162

286

100

42

.481

72 117 235 212

76

60

44 i 25

11

15

22

5

11

170

305

rnj

42

.482

73 120 292 244

96

71

49

12

20

22

6

12

4
7

2

1

1

11

2

1

1

182

“ i

STATISTICS,

Total

2:

LABOR

35
22
35
52

O
F

2
1
1
1

32

H E L P E R S AND H EA TE R S, M ETAL W O R K IN G JVIACHINEJIY.
One wee}*::
Eastern.
Eastern Central,
Central.................... .
Southern__ ______ __
_

2
2
1
1

79
114
24
53

7.3
7.8'
8.4
6.8

2
13:
2
1

4

'Fotal ........................

6

270

7.5

18

11




4
3

1
!
4
5
I1
h

Hi

14
9
1
17

22
4
3
29

31
37
3
1

2
9
12

32
2

2

41

58

72

23

34

2

$0,574
.523 . . . .
.673
.498
.546

4
7'

4
8
27

11

39

10
51

BUREAU

One weekc
E astern...,...................
Eastern "Central."........
Central......................... '
Bwifyern....................

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­
ber of- ber o f : hours
9
estab­ em­ work­
5
8
4
7
10
<
?
ed
lish­ ploy- . per Un­ and and and, and and; and and. n
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un- un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der .der der der <der der over.
8.
9. : 10. 11.
5.
7.
6.

2

15
19
2
4

12
9
5
9

8
6
3
9

23
4
4

63

40

35

26

31

3
1
3
2
9

.

11
1
1

Two weeks and one-ha] f
month:
Eastern
Eastern Central...........
Central..........................
Southern......................

1
4
C
4

157
463
697
253

6.5
8.1
8.3
8.6

17
7
29
12

9
17
28
8

24
19
22
7

45
39
61
16

32
72
117
20

B0
158
152
45

132
117
92

19
117 '**54
6
47

1 19
.673
.715
2
" li
.710
.487 ’ *43 37

15
12
17
?9

2
28
48
40

4
41
53
24

4
47
69
11

17
68
61
33

14
44
63
22

22 i9
44 41
67 107
5
8

13
35
59
1

12
27
55

11
47
62

2
14
16

2
8
9

5

Total..........................

16

1,570

8,1

65

62

72

161

241

385

341

183

60

.672

46

67

73 118 JL22 131 179 143 141 172 108

94 120

32

19

5

Grand total...............

22

1,840

8.0

83

73

83

202

299

457

364

217

62

.653

46

78 112 181 162 166 205 174 150 183 110

95 121

33

19

5

HO LD E R S-O N AND B U C K E R S -U P .

One week:
Eastern
Eastern Central
Central * .........
Southern

1
2
1
1

3
47
23
10

7-3
7.3
7.7
7.1

7
2
1

2
2

2
6
1
9

1
22
10

6

12

33

10

1
2
9

4

13
4

4
4

” 2

9

6

17

8

2

4

4

1

2

6

2
9

6
3
2
13

3
18
1
9

6
5
4
22

5

2
3 * *4

6
3
10

9

5

.709

1
1

.781
.975
1.019
.634

t

3

1
3

3
” i

7
4 *" 3

8

10

11

3

8

10

27
11
18

5
9
8

4
52
51
1

21
32

1
8 ” '30
75
3

5

83

7.4

10

4

2
4
6
4

60
103
201
82

5.9
8,0
7.2
8,3

20
1
12
6

3
8
7
2

2
3
31
2

4
16
30
2

?4
23
18
10

7
103
58

*6

9
44
43

Total..........................

16

506

7.5

39

20

38

52

75

184

96

2

.914

2

3

6

6

4

13

24

31

37

24

56

22 108

53

84

33

Grand total...............

21

589

7.5

49

24

38

61

87

217

106

7

.885

2

3

15

12

5

30

32

33

41

28

67

25 116

63

84

33

5

-4

1

4

1

1

CR
A

Total.........................
Two weeks and one-half
month;
Eastern.........................
Eastern Central...........
Central..........................
Southern..
. .

H Y D R AU L IC P R E S S H A N D S .

One week:
Eastern.........................
Eastern Central...........
Central..........................
Total..........................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Eastern.........................
Eastern Central...........
Central..........................
Southern.......................

1
1
1

2
2
18

8.3
7.9
9.3

1

3

22

9.1

1

1
3
5
3

12
33
34
7

5.5
8.3
8.9
9.0

1

2
1
1

6
1

3
3
4

2
]
1

2

1

1
1

1

12

$0.717
.499
.739

1

3,

2

1

5

6

2

1

3

4

12

2

.715

1

2

2

2

6

6

2

1

6
4

9
9
3

12
6
4

1
6

1

2

1
2

7
5

7
3

4

Total..........................

12

8 fi

8.2

1

4

7

10

10

21

22

7

15

108

8.4

1

4

7

11

13

25

34

9

4




1

1

1
2

4

2
0

7
8
7

3

3

.821

1

2 ”2

3

4

Grand total........

.902
.823
.913
.563

4

4

3

12

10

3

12

22

8

3

6

6

5

18

16

r
,

13

22

8

"

1

BUILDING,

3
1
2 ’ *i

$0.461
.795
.G81
. ‘ 45
4

5

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

£
§

MALE S—Continued.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were-

Under
35
cts.

35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90
SI
and and and and and and and and and and and cts. and $1.10 $1.25
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and un­ and
and
der der der der der der der der der der der un­ der un­ over.
der
40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90 der
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1. $1.10 SI. 25

THE

LA BO R E R S.

4
2

...............

6

302

8.3

13

2

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Eastern ..
........
Eastern Central...........
Central
.......
Southern......................

2
4
6
4

325
284
437
531

6.7
8.3
7.6
7.2

34
2
48
87

34
12
26
43

16

1,577

7.4

171

115

93

136

278

303

22

1,879

7.6

184

117

103

165

337

365

Total

Total

..............

Grand total..

2

17
3
4
35

16
41
1
4

2
14
18

84

9

4

7

10

29

59

62

34

84

9

21
15
33
24

46
25
34
31

127
42
52
57

55
72
95
81

4
86
84
171

4
27
42
23

3
23
14

345

96

379

180

6
4

11
14

$0,404
.402 ’ **4
.419
.264 44
.383

48

11 50
4 157
26
15 233

3 ....
1
1

11

5

1

32 37 122
81 119 69
95 209 101
66 25
5

76
1
19

18

21

9

3
1

2

2

40

.395 461 274 390 297

96

22

23

11

3

49

.393 509 289 623 302

96

23

23

11

3

5
1

2

6

2

7
.483
.410 14
.424
6
.308 434

3

STATISTICS.

6.6
9.2
8.3
7.3

LABOR

61
169
27
45

O
F

2
2
1
1

BUREAU

One week:
Eastern.........................
Eastern Central...........
Central
.........
.......
Southern .

M A R K E R S.
One week:
Eastern.........................
Eastern Central...........
Total

....................




2
1

8
3

3

11

7.9

2
2

8.1
7.1
---- :— _

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num ­ hours
ber of ber of work­
5
6
7
8
estab­ em­
4
9
10
ed
lish­ ploy­ per Un­ and and and and and and and 11
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der over.
6.
7.
8.
9. 10. 11.
5.

5
1

1

$0.676
.516

4

6

1

.632

1
1
= 1

1
1

1
1
= .

*=== ====== ■ ■

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Eastern.........................
Eastern Central...........
Central..............'...........
Southern......................

2
3
5
4

19
21
31
24

6.4
8.1
8.2
9.9

3

1
1
1

1
2

5
4
4

7
4
7

2
3
5
6

9
8
10

2
2

2
6

1

.779
.788
.903
.612

4

5
1

2
5

1
1 “ *i
1
1
i

2
5
1
4

1
1
1
2

4
1
4

2
2
1
2

7
4
1

3
3
11

7

4

Total.........................

14

95

8.3

3

3

3

13

18

16

27

4

8

.779

4

4

1

7

4

2

12

5

9

7

12

17

7

4

Grand total...............

17

100

8.2

3

3

3

17

18

22

27

5

8

.764

4

5

2

8

4

2

18

7

9

7

12

17

7

4

2
8
2
5
...i
4 ” *3
1
3
5

8
2
3

1
1

1
2 ” *2

4
1
2
3

5
8

3

PA IN T E R S A N D P A IN T S P R A Y E R S .
One week:
Eastern......
Eastern Central..........
Central..........................
Southern.....................

8
6
3
19

14
11
6

5

5
4

2
2

10.618
.672
.682
.677

8
4

4

13

36

31

5

9

4

.663

12

14

12

8

13

2

8

7

6

10

13

3

11
1
24
7

8
2
18
10

24
14
43
11

31
21
38
30

20
34
76
51

2
21
44
88

5
34
10

1
4
1

.797
5
3
1
.823
’ i
.714
’ **3 71
.559 ‘ *26 '*32 19 21

1
2
39
28

1
3
26
27

16
5
5
16

5
8
14
27

6
26
13
13

10
7
22
13

12
1
27
7

7
10
36
3

25
17
29
1

8
17
15

7.7
8.3
7.7
7.3

3

6

108

7.8

3

3

2
4
6
4

106
100
317
233

6.6
8.1
7.3
8.4

10
1
36
25

1

?,

i
7

*4 * 4

7
2
15

2

Total..........................

16

756

7.7

72

43

38

92

120

181

155

49

6

.692

26

36

27

93

70

57

42

54

58

52

47

56

72

40

24

2

Grand total...............

22

864

7.7

75

46

42

105

156

212

160

58

10

.689

26

36

39 107

82

65

55

56

66

59

53

66

85

43

24

2

1
1
3 15
1
3 " 3

7
5
1
2

5
4
2

15
4
1

2
4
1
1

7
2
2

9

1

3

1

2

15

11

20

'8

11

11

1

3

1

2
3 ” *5
7 12
15 13

2
6
13
11

4
8
6
10

2
4
13
12

5
16
28
16

8
19
18
9

22
8
17
3

8
21
37
4

1
5
36
1

3
7

BUILDING.

1
5
7

26
30
32
20

CR
A

Total..........................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Eastern.........................
Eastern Central...........
Central..........................
Southern.......................

1
1

2
2
1
1

2

P U N C H P R E S S H A N D S.
One week:
Eastern........
Eastern Central........
Central.........................
So u th ern .....................

1
5
2
2

14
2

1

2

10

27

9
2
4
5

7
4
2
3

8
1
11
2

16
-

8.4

20

16

22

8.3

25

17

24

31
57
8
13

8.0
8.2
6.2
7.3

•3
2

1

6

109

7.9

5

2
4
6
4

60
108
204
121

6.1
8.5
8.6
9.1

Total..........................

16

493

Grand total...............

22

602

Total.........................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Eastern.........................
Eastern Central..........
Central..........................
Southern......................




16
31

1
3

12

.47

4

12

12
8
21
6

8
29
60
18

56
44
40

39

47

115

49

74

162

4
12
7

11

1

$0.638
.666
.660
.618

1

1

.652

1 ' 8

4
37
22

13
18

.769
.784
.837
.630

'"i

4
1 *9
1
7
8 ‘ **8 10

140

63

31

.766

l

11

13

26

27

30

32

28

31

65

54

50

70

43

10

2

144

75

32

.746

i

11

14

34

46

45

43

48

39

76

65

51

73

43

11

2

2

19

101

1
1

2
2
1
1

102

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOUBS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNJNGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY.RQLIy PERIOD, AND LQCALITY-Continuea.
MALES— Continued.

31. * 0
and $1. 25
un­ and
der over.

O
F
THE

Employees whose earnings per hour worked wereAver­
age
earn­
ings
35 40 45 5Q 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90
per Un- and and and and and and and and and and and cts.
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and and
unr
work­ 35 der der der der der der der der der der der un­ der
cts. 40 45 5Q 55 6 0 65 70 75 8 Q 85 90 der
ed.
SI . 1 0
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1 ,

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Num­
ber of
estab­
lish­
ments

Employees whose average hours worked per
weefc day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­
hours
ber of work­
em­
4
5
6
8
9
10
7
ed
ploy- per Un- and and and and and and and IX
and
der un­ un­ un­ unr unr un­
week
der der der der 4 er der t e over,
day.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
ii.
10 .

RIVETERS, PN EU M ATIC.

7

128

7.7

2

03
218
262
94

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Eastern..........................
Eastern Central. . . I. . .
Central.....................!...
Southern.......................

4
6

4

5
4
2

3

2
6
1

2
2
2
12

26
26
4

3

13

18

56

1
6

*3
23
42
3

21

18

13
Ml
64

7

12

2
1

u
11

3

6 .6

12

3

7.9
7.7

4

8

11

7
3

8 .8

33
2

4

32

1

1

5

3

8

2

14

6

4
73
61

3 $0,531
.850
1
.709
.520

1
6

1

7
4

5

1

4

.679

7

46

18

.844
.995
J.W5

1

24

16

637

7.8

27

21

42

81

78

22 0

138

23

765

7.8

38

24

45

94

96

276

152

36




1
8

2

12

9

4

2

12

9

13
48
60

4
58
57

12

41

113

4

12

24
42
9
13

”3

2
2

1
6
1

3

12

3

3

4

8

10

4

1 * * r8
1
6

1
2

3

1

5

3

1

4
3 *"*7

?5
4
18

6
1

3
7
4

15

4

2

.959

30

Grand total................

6

2
2

'4

2

3

12

7

11

15

57

2.6

26

58 124

119

126

45

.912

2

4

2

10

58

25

23

18

60

30

34

62 126

131

135

45

6

Total...........................

37
3

4

2

6

1

8

STATISTICS.

Total...........................

7.6
7.7
8 .2

LABOE

44
46
25

O
F

2
2
2
1

BUREAU

One week:
Eastern..........................
Eastern Central............
Centra).,.......................
Sou thern...................

RIVET HEATERS AND STICKERS.
One week:
Eastern........
Eastern Central...........
Central..
Southern..

1
2
1
1

G
36
2a
20

8.0
7.7
6.7
7.5

4

1
1
1

1
4

1
3
4

2

20

2
264:

1
1
5

2
1

1 SO 538
.
.632
.638
.409

3
3
19

4
2

3

1

25

6

3
4
18

85:

7.4

6

3

5

8

20

32j

7

2
4
6
4

63
146
219
138

5.8
7.3
7.7:
8.3;

15
7

5
5
4

7
11
18
7

13
30
39
8

20
33
30
16

3
47
50
29

12
4p
64

Total..........................

16

566

7.5

39

14

43

90

99

129

125

27

21

651

7.5

45

17

48

98

119

161

132

30

Total

Grand total...............

8

9

.574

5

3
5

9
1

12
2

4

2

1

8

10

14

4

2

1

£

5
13 " i s
23 11
3

14; 25; 57

79

80’ 56

68

44,

31

66

84'

88

66

82

48

1

1

1
2
i|

4
1

1

2

5

1

1

2

7

12

.677

16

8

16

8

39

1

.664:

1

“ 'i

30
Q 4
5
21 19
22 19 52
7. 9
7

.647
.641:
.812*
,514: 15;

1 .......
21
5

1
3

35
3
19

12
23

1

1

3
2
3
14; 40

2
12

1
15

26

20

42

\i

16=

1

28

21

43

14

m

1

1
1

2

1

2

1:

2

2

1

2

1

1. 4
3
2
1
” ’i

9
3
4
5

15
5
9

3
10
20

3
11

2
7

i

29

.....

One week:
Eastern__
_
Eastern Central. __
Central.
Southern .

2

1
1
1

15

2
3

6

8.4
8.0
7.9
6.6

I

5

26

7.9

1

i

2
4
6
4

38
39
77
32

6.5
8.5
8.9
9.9

2

3
1

Total.........................

16

1$6

8.5

2

Grand total...............

21

212

8.4

3

____

4

18

2

$0.675
.712
.097
.461

2
3*

.673

___ i
1

1
1

3

1

4;

4
2

2
7
4

1
2
7
5

3
i ” *5
2
2 *3

1

2
1

9
2
4
1

14
7
9

4
15
22
5

10
20
14

4
17
9

3
2

.801
.848
.828
.564

1

5

5
4

4

9

16

30

46

44

30

5

.781

1

6

10

6

13

15

8

8

5;

7

21

33

14

9

l

5

9

16

34

64

4G

30

5

.764

1

6

13

7

16

16 ~ 12

13

6

9

23 ~ 30 ~ 3 5

15

9

1

6

108




2

1
2

i

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Eastern........
Eastern Central...........
Central...............
Southern..

Total

3
14
1

1

BUILDING.

S H E A R H A N D S.

OE
A

51

Two weeks and one-half
month:
.....
Eastern........
Eastern Central...........
Central..........................
Southern..

5
1
3

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

g

M A L E S —Concluded.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

$ 1 .1 0
and $1.25
un­ and
der over.
$1.25

THE

35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90
Un­ and and and and and and and and and and and cts. $1
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and and
35 der der der der der der der der der der der un­ un­
cts. 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90 der $der0
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $ 1 . 1 .1

W ELDERS AND BURNERS, O X Y A C E T Y L E N E .

8 .0

5.1

1

8.3

Total.........................

6

10

6.6

2
2
6

9

6.3

6

8 .6

28
10

8.5
8.3

1

1
1

2
1

1

1

1

2

1
2

7

1

2

2

9

.11

15

8

.683

2

10

15

16

8

.671

1
1

4

Total.........................

14

53

8 .1

4

4

20

63

7.9

6

5

1

1

2

1

3

9
3

,

.831
.603
.720
.493

1
2

1

4
1

.609

6
2

1

1

3

4

1

1

1
1

4 "

4

2

1

1

2

4

5

2
1

5
2

2

2

3

1

1

5

2

1

5

2

5

4

7

3

7

6

4

2

3

3

1

1

5

3

8

4

11

4

7

6

4

2

3

4

1

1

1

STATISTICS.

1

3

2

2
1

4

2

2

Two weeks and .one-half
month:
Eastern........................
Eastern Central...........
Central.........................
Southern......................

Grand total...............

$0. 476
.693
.600
.656

1

2

6 .6

LABOR

2

3
4

O
F

2
2
1
1

BUREAU

One week:
Eastern........................
Eastern Central...........
Central.........................
Southern......................

W HEEL B O R ER S.

One week:
Eastern..................
Eastern Central...........
Southern......................

2
2
1

3

9.5
5.5
7.5

1

1

Total.........................

5

6

7.1

1




2

1
1

1

1
1

1

1

2

1

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
AverNum­ Num­ age
hours
ber of ber of
5
6
estab­ em- work­
4
7
8
9
10
ed
lish­ ploy- per Un­ and and and and and and and 11
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week 4. der der der der der der der over.
day.
r
j
6.
8.
9. 1 0 . 1 1 .
7.

$0,654
.570
.562

2

.597

2

1

1
1

1
2

2

==

t s --

■■

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Eastern.........................
Eastern Central............
Central..........................
Southern......................

2
4
6
4

21
9

4.9
8.3
8.5
10.5

Total..........................

16

47

8.2
8.1

Grand total.

21

53

2

1

1

?

4

3

4

4

3
1

1
•1

1
2
2
2

4
2
2

3

7

4

7

?

10

5
2

2
3

.750
.851
.679
.495

8

7

5

.689

8

7

6

2

1
2
1

3
2

2

3

3

5

4

5

5

5

5

4

7

2

1
1

2
1

2

3

3

2

.678

2

*2
3

1
2

3

3

4
1

6
6

1
2
1

2
3
1

2

4

6

2

1

4

6

2

1

2

4
2

1

W HEEL P R E SS E R S.
2
2
1

3
5
1

10.2
8.5
4.0

1

Total..........................

5

9

8.5

1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Eastern................ :___
Eastern Central. . . . . . .
Central..........................
Southern......................

2
4
6
4

4
13
17
6

6.2
8.9
9.1
10.3

2

16

40

8.9

21

49

8.8

1

2

2
1

1

1

3

1

2

.629

2

3

1

1

1

2
7
5
2

1

1

2

.611
.914
.670
.568

3

2
1

2
1

2

.728

1

2

6

1

3

3

3

2

1

3

6

3

6

.710

1

2

6

3

6

4

4

3

1

4

6

3

6

$0.578
.511
.614
.576

1
5
2
1

7
5
1
1

6
1
1
1

4
1
4
8

9

14

9

2
4
11
11

4
1
12
18

8

1
1
16

1
3
13

3

1

1

Grand total...............

2 $0.667
.588
.719

2

1

Total..........................

1

6
4
2

6

2
1

1

16

12

6

2

3

19

12

7

4I

2
2

4

1
1
1

1

1
1

1

CR
A

1

1
2

3

3
3

“ 'l

BUILDING.

One week:
Eastern.........................
Eastern Central...........
Southern......................

W OODW ORKING M A C H IN E H A N D S.
One week:
Eastern.........................
Eastern Central...........
Central..........................
Southern......................
Total..........................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Eastern.........................
Eastern Central...........
Central..........................
Southern.......................

4

2
1
1
1

23
12
12
11

7.4
9.8
7.5
6.3

2
2

1

5

58

7.7

5

1

2
2
6
4

31
9
136
145

‘ 7.3
8.6
8.6
5.7

1

8

1

1

1
8

1

5
5

1

4
2

1
2
2

10
1
1

1
6

10

17

12

7

10

.571

2
2
24
27

4
34
88

22
3

.597
.660
.690
.478

8
3

10
5

23
2
22
9

10
6

2
6

42

1
27

5
3i

i

17

8

i

10

6

4

i

24
14

27
12

8
9

8
3

5
3

14

321

7.2

7

5

11

20

56

55

126

25

16

.584

6

42

30

28

35

48

45

21

12

8

8

18

17

3

Grand total...............

19

379

7.3

12

6

12

25

73

67

133

35

16

.582

6

42

30

37

49

57

62

29

13

8

8

18

17

3




105

Total..........................

106

AVERAGE AND OLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

CHEMICALS.
B U LL E TIN

MALES.

hour worked were—

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60 70 £0 90
$ 1
and and and cts.. and !$1.15
un­ un­ un­and un­ and
der der der un­ der over.
70 80 90 der
cts. cts. cts. $1. $1.15

BUREAU

FOREM EN, CH EM ICAL O PER ATIO N S.

1

383

1
1
10

1

1

3

1
2

1

3

4

2

3

1
1

10
1
6
2
6f

4

10

4
3
2
5
6
5
10
8
6t

1
3
10.3

13

4 , 1

2

5

4:
2

10

11

43

59

119

26

397

»588

1

1

'3
3

1

2
2
7
2
4
3
4 **
1 .....
8
4
5
2

6
6
2
&

” ” 3

2
1
1_ ”
1
2

1
1

2
1

6
1
5
1
3
2 .....

io
6
18
16
5
6
13
5
5
6
4

44

1U

3
1
1
2
2
2
3

----- --- - ---- -

3

7

11

40

1
4
***6
1
4
18
3
i

3
26
5
1
1
6
80

4
2
2
1

5

1
1.

5
1
3

11

1

2

3

9

1

42

■7

1
1
. 1
1
58

17 1

S T A T IS T I C S .

92

1

i
1 $0,476
12
11
1
.450
6
8 3
5
.611
8 2
.511
a
.766’
8
.501
6 '**2
2
1
.565
1
5 ” 32
.597
14
1
.512
3
.548
‘"3
2
3 *” i
.516
25
33 3
W7
8
4
.495
2
5 *3
.482
1 3
5
.503
1
.569
3
.477

LABOR




14
18
28
10
20
21
11
47
31
11
16]
98
18
11
13
13
3

O
F

One week:
Alabama..........
Georgia............
Illinois.............
Louisiana........
Maryland.........
Massachusetts..
Missouri...........
N ew Jersey.;..
N ew Y ork.......
North Carolina
Ohio.................
Pennsylvania..
South Carolina.
Tennessee........
Virginia...........
W isconsin.......
Ofhfcr States...,

Total............

THE

Employees whose earnings per
Aver­
age
earn­
35
40
45
ings
15 . 17 20 25 30
per Un­ and and and and and and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
work- 15 der der der der: der der der der
40
fed. cts. 17 20 25 30 35
45
50
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

O
F

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Average
Num­ N um ­ houlrs
Pay-roll period and ber of ber of work­
em10 i i 4
5
6
7
8
9
locality.
ed
lish- ploy- per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
un­ un­ and
un-: un­
ments
week der der der un-. un­ un­ un­ der der, over
4.
der der der der
day.
8.
5. 6.
7.
10. ii. 12.;
9.

Two weeks and onehalf month:
Illinois.................
Indiana...............
Kansas................
Louisiana............
Michigan.............
Missouri..............
Ohio....................
Oklahoma...........
Texas...................
W isconsin...........
Other States.......

2
3
2
2
2
3
2
4
3
2
6

36
31
3
12
12
10
17
45
21
86
145

9.0
8.3
8.6
9.7
9 1
8.2
8.6
9.7
8.5
9.3
8.7

Total................

31

418

8.9

Grand to ta l___

123

801

9.6

!
1
8

?,
1

1

8
6
2
2

2
1

a
2

6

1
2

3

3
8
11

14
2!
58

3

6

7

39

117

22 ~~7

7

17

50

160

1
6
9

1
2

?0
12

3
1

1
2

l
4

11

1

39

2

4

13
9

14
5 ’” 7

166

30

24

225

149

27
42

1

. 55f]
1.019
.665
.657
.835
.623
.548
.715
.775 '
.706
.818

17

.674

...

i

3
5
1

i

11

ii

41

55

5

3

5
5

2
13

8
1
1
10

2
1
2
2

3

7

2

1
2
1
5
4
1
5
2
38
3

1

4

.752

5° 114

35

.......
i

3
11
13

3
2
5
2
2

2

9

3
2

1

9 13
12
47
42 " 5 8

2

2

13
2

2

1
23

8

1

90

36

12

16

182 142 177 107

39

21

16

6
71

62 119

FOREM EN, M EC H A N IC AL O PER ATIO N S.

9
2
3
12
2
2
2
5
3
5
3
2
7
5
5
8
6
5
3

21
3
10
40
8
3
13
16
15
22
11
27
26
17
34
36
18
40
25

9.8
9.0
9.8
10.3
7.7
9.9
9.4
10.0
9.7
9.5
10.4
9.3
9.9
9.5
10.1
9.4
11.7
11.7
8.9

Total...........

89

385

10.0

1
1

1
1

1

1
1

1

1

2
1

2

1

1

i
6

1

5

1

1

8

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
8

2
3
6

3
3
12
1
1
11
1

24

11
2
12
10
9
7
17
2
7
1

49

110

.....

1
1
1
1

15

1
•1
3

6
18
2
2
10
9
1
5
9
11
5
12
15
6
17

2
3

7
12

143

20

40

r
>
1
1
2
1
2
1
7

$0,374
.509
.361
.418
.564
.684
.720
.382
.475
.594
.583
.486
.436
.514
.561
.413
.430
.519
.426

1
4

8

8
3
1

1
3
3
3
10

4
10
5
3
10
4
9
8

31

57

84

3
7
1

3

2
1
8

1
8
7

1
2
3

1
3
6
2
6
12
9
3
4
1
54

3
6
12
4
8
2
12
2
7
4
6 ” *8
1
4
5
12
7
6
101

30

1
5

2
2

1
3
1

1
3

1
'1

4
14

4

5

2

107




C H E M IC A L S .

1

One week:
Alabama..........
Connecticut_
_
Florida.............
Georgia............
Illinois..............
Iowa.................
Kansas.............
Louisiana........
Massachusetts..
Maryland.........
New Jersey___
New Y ork____
North Carolina
Ohio............... .
Pennsylvania..
South Carolina.
Tennessee.......
Virginia...........
Other Sta tes...

108

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

O
F
THE

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
15 17 20 25 30
35
40
45
C :o 70 £0
O
90
per Un­ and and and and and | and and and and and and and cts. $1
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un- un­ un­ un­ un­and and* $1.15
work­ 15 der der der der der der der |1 der der der der der un­ un­ and
ed. cts 17 20 25 30 35 1 40
45 1 50
60 70 80 90 der der over.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. 1 cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1. $1.15.

BU L L E T IN

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
Pay-roll period and ber of ber of work4
5- 6
8
10 11
7
estab­ em­ ed- Un­ and and and and and 9
locality.
and and and 12
lish­ ploy­ per der
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments ees. week 4.
der der der der der der der der over
day.
7.
8.
5. 6.
9.
10. 11. 12.

FO REM EN , M ECH AN ICAL O P E R A T IO N S —Continued.

32

One month:
Pennsylvania —
Other States.......

3
1

6

1

1

3

8.5

1

11.3

9.2
7.5
8.3
8.0
9.8

2
4

2
2

305

9.1

14

5

3
1

9 9
7.5

T otal................

4

4

125

694

9.6

1
1

4
19
2
1

2
3

1

3

6
3
8
4

2
3
5
15
16

10

32

67

1

6

4

18

41

1

7
6
9

2
15
11
2
1
2

116

$0.531
.774
.436
.561
.614
2
.650
.543
.679
.609
*i
.674
16

2
7 " io

1
4

87

43

15

2

188

11
3
1

13

29

20

3

6r 4
>

1
3
1
2

7
4
5
15
19

’i
2
9
5
3
11
27

25

19

65

71

2

1

2
2
1

2

9
1

35

69

.558

3

31

60

38
1

31

4
5

2

2

]
1
2

.562
.605

2

198

2
*

2

1

1
9

1

1
19

4
32
1
1
2
24

1

1

9.3

Grand total___




3
8

103,

73

168 103

1

3
8
19

4
3

78

40

2

1

1

92

44

7

3

1

1

S T A T IS T I C S ,

T o t a l.. . . ........

8.6
11.3

LABOR

13
87
31
2
8
27
15
17
37
68

O
F

2
2
3
2
2
3
3
5
5
5

BUREAU

Two weeks and onehalf month:
Illinois.................
Indiana...............
Iowa....................
Kansas................
Louisiana............
Michigan.............
Missouri..............
Oklahoma...........
Texas...................
Other States.......

HEATER MEN.
One week:
T,Oiiisiana -New Jersey.__
N ew Y ork........
Pennsylvania___
Other States. . .
Total......

Total.................

21

2
2

3
2
5
7
2
6
29

1
1

6
10
?
12
3
14
q
10

1
3
40
19
?q
5
25

7 , 66

16
19
23
76
85
82
82
49

10.3
8.0
11.2
10.5
11.1
q0
9.2
9.3

i
2
8
1

1
3

432

9.9

14

5

6

19

110 25
3
19
7
1I
2
4 *3

23
1

21

28

102

11
1
2
2
2

14

39

470
6.7
12
7: 3
229
7.9
9 ; 8.5
8.8
53
250
8.7
90
9.1
51 10.0
1 , 1C4

7.8

1

3

3
3

4

1
4

2
139

37

33

1
1
4
6
4

122

71

33

89 , .508

2

6
1
1

3

7
1
1

154
8
49
3
38
132
66
14

4

116
2
9
93
15
10

5
2

5
1
8 "ii

.634
.550
.628
.382
.579
.587
.578
.548

51

347

464

19

21

.609

|
|
|

?
4
1

14

1
“ i

One month:
Pennsylvania___
Other States.......

2
1

12
6

9.7
5.6

1
1 “ *i

3
1

1

4

. 1 ..

1
1

2

2

.391
.487

Total.................

3

18

8.3

2

2

1

4 .......i.......

2

1

4

2

.423

Grand total___

56

1,614

8.4

155

44

40

588

91

51 112

.580

58

413

14

16

16

91

121

78 103

i
I
1

1
4

1

6

1

392 904 7 1 3
i

1

2

5
12

62 406
3
9
4 220
2
28 25
144 102
47 37
8
17

4

11

19

313 801

6

6

4

2

4

4

5

1

1

5

...

6

6

5

26

108

145

7

1

__
_

1

21

7

1

..I
4

— 1—
1

1
65
34

9

5
.
..

4

43
3
20

109




62

1
2

4
3
1
8

2
11
4
11
48
41

2

7
3

I
1

4
3
1
19
25
13
17
9

2

6
10
23
29
3

4
2
12
1
13
1

8 SO 509
.
2
.498
14
.370
15
.480
34
.477
3
.465
8
.589
5
.608

C H E M IC A L S .

Two weeks and onehalf month:
Indiana..
Kansas.................
Louisiana___
!
Missouri...............
Oklahoma_
_
T exas...................
Wisconsin............
Other States.......

2
3
3
2i
3
3
2
6 :

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

MALES—Continued.
hour worked were—

50
and
un­
der
60
ets.

C 70 80 90 $1
O
and and and cts. and
un­ un­ un­and un­ $1.15
and
der der der un­ der over.
70 80 90 der $1.15
cts» cts. cts. $1.

THE

LABORERS,

12377

161
976

102
9
3
9
300
13
1
22
117
44
50
2
121
18
193
42
28
324
122
172

30
8.
4
4
6
9
79
187
16
97
2
3
13
65
51
40
18
49
10
23
12
**92
53
16
75
100
98
27
44
12
23
115
l\
42
79
115
ii
7

8.0 1695 393 768 1038

451 48

135
39
1
32
126
200
2
38
57
82
56
136
214
150
107
89
48
85
108
95
75
4

26
52
21
224
40
24
6
25
157
81
19
233
245
219
171
47
155
105
202
15
4

156
1

16 $0,295
.472
.437
.297
J l5

78
11
7
749
26
109
3
119
126
61
154
}02
130
125
88
1
1

.4 7
4

6
14
i:

1879 2160 2257 516

150

140

184

443
2
147
672

.333
.410
.319
. 427
. 384
.354

19
6
716
10
23

.370
.^05
.450
.333
.303
.396
.391
.412

109
14

.m
.'29

.373

.417
.485

683
6
17

50
15
37
4
236 174
62
20
'6
3
193
16 396
92
229
27
06
9 362
G 452
J
251 533
234 368
48 129
62 323
1
477
73
7

34

12
705
15]

190

13

13

100 735 776 2971 2230 3492 1576

16

39

STATISTICS.

118

7.6
7.8
8.1
9.2
6.9
9.0
8.8
7.2
8.6
8.7
8.2
8.8
8.9
8.9
7.1
9.2
9.0
6,8
7.7
7.7
8. ‘
7.5

453

16

LABOR




5
4
2
3

692
91
69
186
1335
448
48
182
1164
487
388
189
1276
727
950
703
386,
1127
722
1078
109

O
F

Total...............
T w o weeks and onehalf month:
Illinois................
Indiana..............

10
3
2
3
13
3
2
2

BUREAU

One week;
Alabama............
California...........
Connecticut.......
Florida...............
Georgia. . . . ......
Illinois................
Iow a...................
Kansas...............
Louisiana..........
Maryland...........
Massachusetts...
Missouri.............
Kew Jersey........
New Y o r k .,___
North Carolina..
0}iio...................
Pennsylvania. . .
South Carolina..
Tennessee...........
Virginia..............
Wisconsin..........
Other States—

O
F

Employees whose earnings per
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
15 17 20 25 30
35
40
45
per Un­ and and and and and and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
work­ 15 der der der der der der der der
ed .' cts. 17 20 25 30 35
40
45
50
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. ets.

1 IN
T

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Average
Num­ N um ­ hours
ber of
Pay-roll period and estab­ ber of work­
4
9
10 11
6
7
8
em5
locality.
ed
lish­ ploy- per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
week 4. der der der der der der der der over
day.
10. 11- 12.
8.
9.
5. 6.
7.

13

8.1
6.6

Iowa...................
Kansas...............
Louisiana..........
Michigan............
Missouri.............
Ohio...................
Oklahoma..........
Texas.................
Wisconsin..........
Other States___

77
77
340
217
72
107
316
578
601
428

8.2

Total...............
One month:
California...........
Pennsylvania. . .

3950
247
47

7.6

.378
.450
.321
.452
.343
.390
,483
.391
.475
.496

7.3
9.6

294

13
18
24
24
4
13
33
55
119
56

7.6

Total...............
Grand total. . .

168

16621

8 .7
7 .8

8J
7J

7A
7A
7A

50
93
26
38
120
151
77
81
188, 186

279

378

361

227

.444

180
18
43
7

37

37

62

17

46

20

42

137
272
223

16
70

213
213

.433
.391

1
41
29
123
3
5
90
64
310

584 1480

22

.442
.385

7.9 2393 600 971 1331 1191 2618 3026

47
7
283
2
47

12
29
3
10
22
44
72
197
10
30

37

122 742 835 3237 2760 4289 3093 1383

PR O C ESS MEN, P R IM A R Y .
92
26
32
39
36
77
36

8.3
7.4
9.7
10.6
8.3
7.9
10.6

Total
Two weeks and onehalf month:
TnHinnn. .
Iowa
Kansas...
Louisiana,..
Michigan
Ohio
Oklahoma.
Texas
Other S ta tes...

20

338

8.8

18

15

2
2
3
3
2
2
6
7
1

149
5
17
94
19
50
100
140
10

8.2
9.0
9.3
8.9
9.0
9.0
9.2
8.5
10.5

14

3

1
4

Total......

28

584

8.7

Grand total___




1

4
926

8.8

1
3
8, 11

1
1

57
11
9
6
9
8
12

16
5
9
12
15
6
8

6

112

71

4

4

3

1
2

76
1
10
24
12
3
64
54
3
247

10

7
1
2
1
2
9

3
1

12

22

1

2

3 $0,601
.625
7,
.714
17
.536
.447
.721
ii
13
.502
51

6
1
1
4 ‘ **8
2
1 '" 2
5
3
2
3
4
2

1

10
5
3
1
23

1
3
___ _!
___ _ _____ ___ ___
47 28 '74
43| 295 318

.685

19
3
5

21

9

10

14

34

182

39

24

22

36

26

1
1
I

788

2

1
21
2

2

9

10

21
4
7
6
11
4
3

23

.729

2
4

1
2
4

21

11

12

45

se 109

1

2

2

4

21

.881
.505
.615
.763
.603
.533
.691
.687
.651

18

1

.607

1
1
4

1
1

3
2
2
2
1
1
2 '” 2
4
9
3
10

40
3
3
49
3
13
14
57

1
2

7.9

49

2
1

1

17

2
1

2

1

3

5

1

26

___ ___ ___

23

50
22
3
3
2
17
12

1

8
15
7

6

35

21

65

27

1

149

2
8
6
9
28
9
6
1

5
1 *22
7 3
5
10 79
54 74
1
8

69

90 179 213

3
58

1

3
1

2
2
____ ____ _____ ___
___ _
68 125 199 246 242
2
17

___

I ll

One month:
All States .

2
4

1

2
2
3
2
3
3
5

CHEMICALS.

One week:
Illinois
Kansas
Maryland «
.
New Jersey
New York
Pennsylvania___
Other States

112

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALE S—Continued.

hour worked were—

eo 70 80 90
and and and cts. $1
un­ un­ un­and gud * 1 .1 5
der der der un­ un­ and
70 80 90 der der over.
cts. cts. cts. $1. $1.15

THE

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

O
F

Employees whose earnings per
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
15 17 20 25 30
35
40
45
per U n­ and and and and and and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
work­ 15 der der der der der der der der
ed. cts. 17 20 25 30 35
40
45
50
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

B U LL E TIN

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of
Pay-roll period and estab­ ber of work­
em­
6
4
5
7
8
9
10 11
locality.
ed
lish­ ploy­ per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
4.
der der der der der der der der over
day.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.
5. 6.

PRO CESS M EN, S E C O N D A R Y .

1,001

9 .9

Sr= ;
I^= s= ■=s=:=s

1

1

1

2

3

5

2
1

2
9

24
2
2

2

8

14

9
1

7
2

2

1
9

5

39 1 15
'

25

35

1
2
4
1
2
1

10

5

27

4
1
2
82
3
11
11
7
1
4
3
18
14
2
1
70

234

1
4
7
18
8
16
7
5
15
1
5
3
83
1
1
1
7
3
186

7
3
23 $0.2 98
3
.5 9 4
1
.3 0 9
"* 8
7
4 27
.3 5 2
1
2
.57 1
8 ’* i
8
.3 9 9
5
5 16
.5 4 8
2
3
2
.4 3 0
4
.47 7
12
6
15
.5 1 3
4
2
.4 6 2
12
5 10
18
.4 0 2
16
17 10
.48 3
21
9 33
.59 7
9
2
32
.3 4 2
1 21
8
.34 3
2
7 23
.4 0 9
.4 3 3
1
3
.48 7
126

66 248

.4 8 4

9

20

1

4
4

4
16

1
20

4

6

5

1
7

3

11
I

1
4
1
6
18
2

10
5
4
7
24
12
11

S T A T IS T I C S .

1 2.0
9 .2
1 3.4
1 2 .3
8 .0
1 0 .8
1 0 .9
9 .1
9 .3
8 .9
9 .9
1 1 .8
1 0.4
8 .8
12.1
1 1.9
1 2.9
8 .4
1 1,7

LABOR




103

40
9
10
48
129
28
59
28
17
73
25
41
65
218
50
34
33
87
7

O
F

T otal................

v

10
2
3
12
2
6
5
4
2
3
4
7
7
6
9
8
6
4
3'

BUREAU

One week:
Alabama..............
California............
Florida................
Georgia................
Illinois.................
Louisiana............
Maryland............
Massachusetts—
Missouri..............
New Jersey.........
New Y ork..
North Carolina...
Ohio.....................
Pennsylvania___
South Carolina...
Tennessee............
Virginia...............
Wisconsin............
Other States.......

2
2
2
2
30

1

i
6

35

77

1

104

142

226

14

124793°— 20----------- 8

Two weeks and onehalf month:
Illinois................
Indiana..............
Kansas...............
Louisiana..........

155
29
13
98
79
34
98
129
544
305

Michigan...........

Ohio...................
Oklahoma..........
Texas.................
Wisconsin..........
Other States___
Total...............

34

1,484

One month:
California...........
Pennsylvania...

8.9

110

30

5
5
108
20

381

153

.497
.647
.483
.671
.480
.504
.592
.599
.579
.647
75

34
143

10.6

2,519

9.3

41

38

.570

113

1
11

.

5.
3.
5
2 ‘32 55 .
6
11 21
1.
18
7.
4
25 69 .
3
1.
36 90
438 101 .
14 34 164 *
366 230

90

232

2
312 216
8
31
10
4
10
1
129 103
100 151
10
1
74
5
47 104
6
1 ***i
27
4
2
53 **40

672

822

38

250

12
20
4
81
38
19
39
25
58
236
25
34
4
44
23

36

244

56

.506
.411

10.5
11.0

Total.............
Grand to ta l...

5
54
13
2
14
22
138
102

12
52

82

85

138

618

751

.486

287 126 335

.545

18
39

84

146

CHEMICALS.

PR O CESS M E N , A S S IS T A N T .

One week:
Alabama............
Florida...............
Georgia..............
Illinois...............
Louisiana...........
Maryland...........
Massachusetts...
Missouri.............
New Jersey........
New York.........
North Carolina..
Ohio...................
Pennsylvania...
South Carolina..
Tennessee...........
Virginia..............
Wisconsin..........
Other States___

Total.............

5
4
2

105

19
160
563
193
136
97
46
296
280
104
360
221
133
55
98
37
103

9.8
10.9
9.5
7.6
9.7
10.0
11.7
9.6
9.5
9.1
9.7
10.6
9.2
8.8
10.4
10.8
8.7
8.1

000

9.3

4 .. .

17!

2lj

14
107
4
4
1
1
10
4
5
6
13
1
1
1

253;
10
11
9
18
68
91
3
24
38
5
7
4

$0.

35
8
40
22
153
7
18
6
24
76
16
97
36
37
18
11

1

74
4
153
4
45
15

....
.397
.429
.494
.356
.326
.423
.394
.488

54
103

51

94

185

118

656

606

399

.443

24
44
16
27
9
23
10
2
8

5
1

291

40
6

20
3.
1
14

.

630

113




3
13
3

1.

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

fS

MALE; S—Concluded.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

Aver?
age

earn­

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

71

236

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60 70 80 90
$1
and and and cts. and $1.15
un­ un­ un­and un­ and
der der der un­
70 80 90 der der over.
$1.15
cts. cts. cts.

THE

35
and
un­
der
4Q
cts.

O
F

ings
15 17 2 0 25 3Q
per Un. and and and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
work- IS der der der der der
cts. 17 2 0 25 30 35
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

iT
IN

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ N um ­ hours
ber of
Pay-roll period and estab­ ber of wor&em­
4
5
8
9
10
11
6
7
•' locality.
lish­ ploy­
U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
per
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. a: der der der der der der der der. over
7.
9.
10.
12
5. 6 .
8.
11.

PROCESS MEN, ASSISTANT—
-Concluded.

7

35
118
99
179
715

Total................

38

2449

8.4

191

77

One month:
A ll States............

3

20

1 0 .0

1

2

Gr^nd total.. . .

146

5,469

8.9




2

6

308
676

8.9
8 .1

197

9.6
9.3

22

8 .8

100

8.5
& .1
9 :0

7.7
8 .2

15
3
85 15
4
7 ***3
1

6

11

23

27

16
45

6
2
1

2

1

5

13

3 ” r3
3 * ’ *i
4
1
2
3
11
6
19
59 28 16
62

295 130 156

1

.....

4
15
42

125
223
15
41

29
73
46
9
5
Q

23
15
15
14

16 $0.452
8

58
123

.571

1

11

.493

329 1271 1271

§33 346 533

8

* 004
1511
.528
.371
.433
.529
.551
.602

1
8

7
70
2

10
6

26 ***24
4
15
14
54
82 217

49
58
39
162

615

728

116

210

4

1

305

64
1 §2

4
33

1

4

* ’ *2

2

7 *r*5
16
3
31 20
227

100

*” 2

.500 . . . J

1
8

2

36

1
1
20

92
7

2

7
.....

6

1

3

85

2!
8

19

1

4
33

21

110

196

334

1
1

8

2

38

22

1

12
8

i

10

89

313

57Q

8 68

1

109 227 321
93

87
3
127 27
289 282

11

3

1

45
18
4
1

1

83

6

681 632 408

18

7

1

1168 1318 692 414

19

.

____ ,

STATISTICS,

3
3
4
3
-3
3
4

LABOR

Two weeks and onebalf month:
Illinois.................
Indiana................
Iowa.....................
Louisiana............
IVfinhig^n..............
Missouri
___1
Ohio.....................
Oklahoma
T exas...................
Other States.......

FEMALES.
L AB O R ER S.

3
3
2
2
2
8

67
11
14
11
18
388

9.1
8.2
6.8
8.5
8.3
7.4

16

28

Total................

20

509

7.7

18

30

Two weeks and onehalf month:
Indiana...............
Iowa....................
O h io ..,...............
Other States.......

2
3
2
3

115
39
35
12

6.9
6.8
7.4
7.0

10
8
2
2

1
1

Total................

10

201

7.0

22

Grand total___

30

710

7.5

40

32

132

1
6
7
2
18
162

9

39

134

196

64

9
5
1
2

15
3
4
1

44
13
1

35
16
13
2

6
2
4

2

17

23

58

66

12

32

26

62 ~ 192

262

76

1

1

3
3
1

1
1

45
3

9

1 $0.178
.224
.320
.150
.261
.268

2
18

.254

4

.363
.225
.282
.310

7

4

1

16

3

3

.319

3

3

. 272

7

1

1
18

1

*

"
,
1

1

63
1

4
61
1

3

10

3

86

5
49

10
80

3
107

46

9

4

15 150

65

93

120

49

9

4

7

10
25
5

55
3
8
2

38

13

11

11

7

13

40

68

41

11

78 7 3 3

188

90

20

11
3

18 7 5 7

2
1 . --

2
13

2
%

2
P

—

i

115




2

CHEMICALS.

One week:
Louisiana............
Ohio....................
Pennsylvania--Tennessee............
Wisconsin............
Other States.......

116

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

CIGARS.

[Pay-roll period : One week.]

Locality.

Num Num­
ber of ber of
estab­ em­
lish­ ploy­
ments ees.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
hours
work­
8
9
10
4
6
7
5
ed
and
and 11
per Un­ and and and and un­ and un­ and
un­ un­
week der un­ un­ der der der un­ der over.
der
day. 4. der der 7.
8.
9.
10. 11.
5.
6.

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per U n­
hour der
work­ 20
cts.
ed.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

44

20

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
$1
and and
un­ over.
der
*1.

BUNCH M A K E R S , H AN D .

O ercities.
th

4
3
4
2
2
10
3
3
5

19
6
109
2
15
144
79
162
21

8.5
8.0
8.1
6.2
7.2
4
8.0
2
8.2
8.7
6.9 " Y

Total........

36

557

8.2

9

1
1

5
1
3

2

C
O

Baltimore...
Binghamton
Chicago.......
D ayton.......
Detroit........
New. York...
Reading......
Tampa........

1
1

1

1
2

6

7

19
22
40
4
90

313

14

94

$0.475
.343
.619
.402
.564
.469
.273
.536
.320

3

36

21

2
34
12
23

14

10

11

4
4
28
10
8
73 "32*
1

7
1
7
35

85

145

90

.8

7

2

BUNCH M A K E R S, M ACHINE (HAND O R F O O T PO W E R ).

A ll cities.




6

48

8.2

1

1

2

9

22

13

. |0 .423

4

5

10

12

2

2

2
1
1
6

2

B L E IN O T E B R A O L B R STATISTICS.
UL T
F H
UE U F AO

MALES.

CASERS.
2
3

3
3
5
4
3
3
6
2

10

7
26
7
9
7
9
12
10

35

9.2
9.4

1

8 8

7.2
8.3
7.7
8.7
9.3

1

5
2

2

40
16
7
23

8.4
8.9
8. 7
9.3

2
1

64

232

8 .8

6

2
1

8

1

2

.......

28
3
4
18

34

97

60

1
1

13

7
3
2
2

1

4
3

1 1 .0

5
3
5

3

2

1

1

8 .2

4

2
2
10

Total

2
1
1

9.3
9.8
8.7

3

Key West

$0. 343
.302
.304
.402
.487
.327
3 I
.389
.357
^....... .444
27
.242
.269
4
. . . . . .317
.344
.296
8 1
1
.313
1
.298
.317
4 1

1

3

1

2

* 9
1

4
3

1
1
1

1
1
1

2

7

18

1

6

1

3

5

2
2
8

'

2

.319

1
2
1

1
2
12
1

5
3
9
1
6

1
1
1

3
5

9

13

15

1

2

2

i
l
5

1

1

2

4
1

i
|

4

2
1

1
2

2
1

3

1

2
1
1

2

3

2

2
1

!

2

4
7

17

1

2

6

3
6

30

4
11

1 71

1
6
6
2
2

1
6
1
1

4

2

1

60

31

12

8

11

3

6

3
5
7
50
7
132

4
84
39
23

3
83
36

1
2

1

Baltimore
B o sto n ..........
...................
Chicago.
...........................
Cincinnati
Detroit
Key West
..........................
Lancaster.
......................
New York
Philadelphia.
R ead in g..................................
Tampa.......................................
Other cities..
.................
Total

..........................

3
3
4
2

3
4
3
5
2

4
6

3

25
390
155
216
48
761
29
206
160
126
723
65

42 1 2.934
| ’

7.2
6 .1

7.3
6.5
7. 0
' 8.3

2

1

14

13

2
2

2
11
1

15

7

5

8 .0

1

7. 2
8. 3
8.5
8.5

9
7
3

2

70
4
26
21
1

4

14

6 .8

22
2

2
11
2

9
3

7.7

84

54

152

2
2

293
10

69
4
55
3
39
5
9
46

15

4

116
135
38
132

21

8

63
31
12
121

11

47

546

718

3
299
7
77
37
37
144
629

1

190

42

8

1

78
57
293
627

4
77
124

$0. 43?'
.685
.584
.389
.474
.348
.369
.435
.398
.383
.340
.520

1

1

1

6

1

16

27

12

21

38

40
36
27
128

49
5
98
7
32
33
37
89

1

18

19

82
3

3
13
3
149
3

8

12

3

8

38

92

13
9
134

4
5
52
4
172
7
29
24
27
158

2

2

6

10

11

30
16

342

490

447

394

273

294

2
1

7

1

1

4

10

2

1

6

.424

62

221

1

SO 308
.
.338
.288

1

1
1

1

.320

1

2

6

6

10

59

38
2

35
21

16
38

28
18
2

2
8
11
1
11

83
17

37

10

1

15
3

38

18

3
1
10

3
2
11

36

C AS
IG R .

C IG AR M A K E R S .

1

14

4
3

1
1

185

121

49

L A B E L E R S.
Key West
......................
Tampa
. .
............
Other cities. . .
...............




...............

12

4

11

21

5

9.0
9.5

1

3

8 .0

1

1

2
2

9.1

1

1

7

1

1
10

11

2

3
1

3

1

117

T otal..............

3
4
4

118

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Concluded.

Employees whoso
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
20
25
30
35
per Un­ and and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­
work­ 20 der der der der
cts. 25
ed.
30
35
40
cts. cts. cts. cts.

earnings per hour worked were—

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
50
60
70
and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der
60
60
70
80
cts. cts. cts. cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
$i
and and
un* over.
der
$1.

PA CK ER S.

23
35
36
38
35
3
2
29
7
111
16
27
55
3

Baltimore...

Binghamton
Boston.......

Chicago........
Cincinnati..
Cleveland...

D
ayton....

Key W est...
L ahcister...
NeW Y ork...
Philadelphia,
Heading____
Tampa.......

Othet cities.
T otal........

55

7.1
8.0
5.8
7 .0
6.2
6.5
7.9
7 .2
7.6
7.1
7.6
7 .6
8.1
7.7

420

7.2

$0.432
.413
.815
.724
.459
.521
.470
.705
.364
.627
.528
.416
.710
12

10

41

91

77

20

17

22
19

.602

29

40

57

83

70

R O L L E R S, H A N D .
Baltim ore...
Binghamton
Chicago.......
Detroit........
Key W est...
New Y o r k ..




4
4
4
2
2
10

34
47
158
3

29

394

8.1
7.0
7.8
7.6
8.1
7.5

1

1
5
2

4

24

7

11

14

$0,499
.345
. 555
.623
.357

1

2
2

4
4

13

2
3

1
15

9
5
1
2
12
23
| 1
3
'f j 8 I G
i
U
30 j 57 ! 68 1 O
1
11
8

9
G
54
1
96

6

1

40

13

40

15

40

14

B L E IN O T E B R A O L B R STATISTICS,
UL T
F H
UE U F AO

Locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver age
N um ­ N um ­ hours
ber of ber of
estab­ em­ work­
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
lish­ ploy­ ed U n­ and and and and and and and 11
per
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der over,
5.
6.
8.
9.
10. 11.
7>

Other cities...............................

2
3
5

T ot^l......................................

11
?29
19

7.0
§.6
7.7

1
1
1

1

7.V

30

Philadelphia.............................

35

13

1
3

3
5

25

94

H
4
17 151
5
5

167

467

a

44
7

3

.312
,434
.365

3

19
1

4
15
3

1
22
5

3
32

115

8

.464

8

26

51

85

125

7
1

1
41
3-

47

48
2

7

2

3

143

130

216

93

31

'7

A

2

5
1

1

4

2

0

1

SE C T IO N .
l^ew York.................................
Other cities...............................

3
2

18
4

8.4

1

X
1

1

8.1

15
3

IS . 439
O
1 .46?,

Total......................................

5

22

8.4

1

2

1

13

• 444

i
... ^

"8

’ ' '''

S T f^ f M E I tS O R S T R IP P E R S , H A ^ p .

2

16

8 .5

7-3
8, Q

2

6 .6
8 .1

2

2

10
10
10
11

15

57

7.8

2

3
4

5

2

6
6

2
1
2

so . 245
441
.285
. 2Q4

5

1

5
2
3

5
3
5

1
2

5

1

14

25

8

4
9

i

.m

4
7

•m

"2 5

15

5

3

3

3
1

8

7

1
1

1

1

'

1
1

...

^S t?9 I9

Total......................................

4

ccr-t*e*iar^- 1
1

B ajtipiore.................................
Evansville.................................
New Y ork.................. !.............
Philadelphia.............................
...............................
Other cities

S T E M M E R S O R S T R IP P E R S , M A C H IN E .

2
2

3

Total......................................

4

5 ' 6.2




2

4.9

8.2

1
’ i

1

1

*1

1

1

1

1

1

I
'j

$0. 464

2

.318

2

. 405

1
1

1

2

r
1

'

•§11

Philadelphia.............................
Other cities...............................

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

to

o

FEM ALES.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
12
14
10
18
20
25
35
ings
40
45
30
per Un­ and and and and and and and and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
work­ 12 der der der der der der der der der der
25
45
cts. 14
16
18
35
ed.
20
30
40
50
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. ■cts. cts. cts.

50
and 00
un­ cts.
der and
00 over.
cts.

BANDERS, H AN D .

A llentow n...
Baltimore...
Binghamton
Chicago.......
Cincinnati...
Cleveland.. .
D ayton.......
Detroit........
E v a n sv ille..
K ey W est...
Lancaster...
New Y o rk ..,
Philadelphia
Heading.......
Tampa.........
Other cities.,
Total........

2
5
3
5
2
3
3
3
2
3
2
8
4
2
5
1

29
14
12
20
15
35
18
14
39
35
10
39
20
7
54
3

7.2
0.8
0.0
8.0
0.3
5.1
5.5
5.0
.7.4
4.9
8.2
7.1
7.0
7.0
0.5
0.7

53

370

0.0

1
1
1

2
2
1

1
1
3

7
1
1

1
3
10
4
2
3
0
1 *" 3
5
13
1
4
1
1
2
2

1
5
5

4

40

24

8

5
5
1
9
1

0
3 '

3
3

.....

0
3
9
0
7
3
4
0
4

21

3
2

8
8
1
23
1

50

45

89

18
1
11

2
3

4

3
17
4
4
15
1
5
1

5
3
10

84

$0.255
.291
.231
.261
.194
.272
.240
.245
.198
.203
.213
.339
.244
.205
.246
.391

1

.256

4

26

1

2

1

1
2

1
2
1

i

3
1
5

6
2
1

1

1

4 ”ii’
1
2
1
2

1

2

.....
1

1

7
1
2
1
2
3
1
1
2
4
2
5

3

1
11

4

1
3

31

23

35

86

2
3

5
2
3
7
2
11
1
6
7
5
2
5
7
2
21

......
2
3
1

7.9
7.8

13

$0.238
.239

T o ta l.......

7.9

19

.239




3

1

3

2'

3

3

5 .......

5
8
4
3
2
74

BANDERS, M A C H IN E .

New York.
Other cities

2

1
2

15
13

52

1

36

10

B L E IN O T E B R A O L B R STATISTICS,
UL T
F H
UE U F AO

Locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
N um ­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of
estab­ em­ work­
4
5
6
7
9
10
8
ed
lish­ ploy- per U n­ and and and and and and and 11
ments
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
week
day. 4. der der der der der der der over.
5.
10. 11.
6.
7.
8.
9.

BUNCH MAKERS, HAND.
91
151
5
81
224
323
24
571
63
28
38
68

TotaL.

6.8
7.3
8.0
7.2
7.1
8.5
8.0
8.1
6.5
7.6
8.7
7.6

1670

Baltimore--Bingham ton..
Chicago.........
Cleveland--Detroit..........
E v a n sv ille...
K ey W est....
New York_
_
Philadelphia.
Reading........
Tampa..........
Other cities...

7.8

$0.393
.365
.635
.387
.418
.270
.217
.452
.449
.388
.438
.316

27
10

51

59

160

475

554

17

24
2

147

.388

333

198

216

265

248

224

8
7
30
7
15
28
1
36

22
16
28
11
29
44
4
32

23
25
9
3
12
7 " io '
22
33
41
17
9
1
30
11

16

132

186

164

BU NC H M AK ER S, M A C H IN E (H A N D O R FO O T PO W ER ).

Total............

2
3
3
3
3
4
2
5

90
42
107
54
192
209
18
161

8.4
7.7
7.3
7.4
7.4
8.0
8.2
7.5

4

25

812

7.7

2

3
2
8
5

1
1
7

6

9

28

20

1
3
15
10
27
10
1
7 | 20

4
2
3
2
7
7

32

87

3
16
60
20
15
33
6
20

5
21
17
19
64
49
9
88

80

98
2
11

$0.430
.374
.321
.399
.420
.361
.413
.346

182

272

191

.374

1
i
1 1
1
j
1

1
I .
1

1
1

1

2

3

7

1
3
10
5
1
20

1

5

11

1
3
19
4
6
26
1
33

6

15

51

93

1

2
2

.
3
2
5

3

2

1
1

1
6
14
18
2
2

3
2
1

89 j 59

C AS
IG R .

Allentown..............................
C leveland..........................
Dayton......................................
Detroit.......................................
New York.......................
Philadelphia..........................
Reading.................................
Other cities...........

8

i
CIG AR M A K E R S .
3

4
2
2
2
2
4
5
5

65
20
9
4
17
36
56
81
37

6.0
6.9
7.1
7.2
7.6
7.1
7.6
8.5
6.4

3

1

Total.......................................

29

325

7.2

5

1




1

1

15
1
1

2

2

1
4
4
3
5

9

34

4

45
9

1
10
8
3

i
!
....... !........

1
4
9 "'l2
8
9
12
7
11
18

4
10
27
29

94

70

73

6
4
23

7

33

7

1
$0.561
.......
.427 Cleveland 1........
1
.442
i
.254
l
.346
j
.376
i
.337
.360
....... I........
1
.453
.413

1
1

1

1
1

3

2
2

4

4

5
8
16

1
4
7
11
14
41

2
1
1
3
11
14
13
5

5
5
2

6
2
2

12
4
2

13
3
2

7
3
16
15
10

1
5
4
8
9

1
7
1
7
3

3
3
7

5

4
5

50

63

37

37

36

37

27
1

121

Boston.......................................
..................................
Detroit.......................................
Key W est..................................
Lancaster..................................
Philadelphia.............................
Reading.....................................
Tampa.......................................
Other cities...............................

1 .2
2

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES— Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour workecj. wercAver­
age
earn­
25
35
12
45
14
20
40
30
ings
18
IS
per Un- and and and and and and and and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
work­ 12 der der der der der der der der der der
25
35
40
45
16
cts. 14
18
30
50
20
ed,
cts, cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts, cts.

50
and
un­ cts.
der and
ao over.
cts.

L A B E J ^R S .
Binghamton.
Boston.
Cippinnati..
Cleveland. ..
D ayton.......
E vansville..,
New Y ork...
Philadelphia
Reading.......
Cither cities..
T otal........

SO.214
.217
:205
,271
.272
.160
.241
.209
.227
.213
30

7.8

,217

31

P A C K E R S.
A l|en to w n ...
Binghamton,
Cleveland...
D ayton.......
D etroit-..,..
Evansville..
Lancaster...
New Y ork...




2
3
4
3
G
2
3
5

36
32
36
33
51
86
16
53

7.5
6.7
5.7
6.4
6.6
7.3
6. 5
7.2

2
7
1
1
4
1

5

2
1
2
6

2
1

3
10
3
4
5
3
o

ii

G
2
26
5
3
7

10
13
10
21
20
42
7
32

20
2
1
28
1
7

$0., 37 j
.370
.4 |0
• 371

.m
.258

G

.326
.......I .457

G

1

1
4

2
3

1
3

2
1

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2
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r
,
2
2
8

4
36

2
1

7

8
3
3
5
19
5
1

G
10
9
8
12
2
3
5

3
8
7
7
8

4
1
8
2
5

3
5

25

G
1
1
1
3
4
5 " 'i i
11

5

B L E IN O T E B R A O L B R STATISTICS,
UL T
F H
UE U F AO

Locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Avprage
Num ­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
10
7
8
4
5
6
9
estab­ em­
ed
lish­ ploy­ per Un­ and and and and and and and 11
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ unr un­ un­ up- and
4. der der der der der der der over.
day.
10. 11.
6.
8.
9.
7.
5.

3

5
2
6

96
17
36

7.2
6.8
6.5

41

498

6.9

31

o
?
8

19

42

10

18
r
>
15
103

A

9
4
172

40

20

2

4

101

3'J

.375

1

1

4

1

13
4
8

11
1
8

14
2
7

10
3
6

18
3
4

6
4
1

4

1

.365
.405
.370

60

70

39

25

14

1

6

14

4

57

73

71

78

1

1

2

1
31

2
83

1
24

2
67
■1

1
2

3
8
17
232
4
25
8
1
3
24

5
11
50
142
2
78
17
1
7
15

1
87
1
14
21
62
5
137
21
11
14
14

8
80
2
15
6
64
15
5
172
39
14
38
5

4
5
12
3
34
14
23
20
6
11
7
1
1
12
11
1
3
82
67
14
43
6
1
1
167 ‘ *97* * ’75’ “ *23
8
43
49
29
10
2
27
17
6
44
43
38
4

73

106

357

413

443

463

447

306

244

67

1
0
1

31
39
34
38
26
90
51
43

32
20
108
40
33

42
26
30
3
10
78
24
36

29
11
5
2
5
53
13
16

25
10
5
5

o

8
21
17
43
7
63
58
34

56
31

3
10
3

3
7
5
21
5
19
58
22

8

1

47
4
6

3
2

11

27

140

251

352

364

249

134

102

13

R O LLER S, H A N D .

4
4
4
3
2
6
2
2
8
3
2
3
1

T o t a l.. . . . . . . . ......................

44

36
356
47
52
62
399
6o9
18
779
215
83
194
64 ,
2,964

7.6
7.5
7.5
6.6
6.9
7.1
8.4
8.4
8.0
6.3
7.6
8.3
7.7
7.5

1
17

8

5
23
21

5
4
11
29

10
23

14
20
2
1
1

■
j
17
4

12
28
5

112

85

16
2
3

o

2
103

4
14
r.o 89
15
7
8
16
5
38
48 ?45
25
77
3
86 148
74
54
6
17
7 23
3
31
323

17
137
21
15
10
62
101
11
434
22
46
143
27

770 1046

39

383
4
78
3
16

2

523

$0.458
.339
.539
,357
.333
.400
.233
,309
.398
.422
.429
.438
.282

4

.352

4

2

2

*

15

26

1
‘1
2
93
3
1

5$

R O LL ER S, SU C T IO N .

A llentown.................................
Baltimore..................................
Cleveland..................................
D ayton...................
.....
Lancaster..................................
New Y ork.................................
Philadelphia .............................
Othercities.
......................
Total......................................

n

r
Q
J

n

203
153
141
151
73
465
276
196

8.3
6.8
7.3
7.1
7.4
7.9
8.3
7.5

10
15
9
5
1
15
14
7

1
8
6
5
2
8
9
4

5
10
7
9
8
11
9
9

12
21
11
15
7
41
8
46

14
52
37
97
25
82
8
42

19
47
71
20
27
300
5
70

3
8
223
18

0.41 7
.357
.364
.309
.349
.381
.308
.345

1,658

7.7

76

43

C8

161

357

559

394

.357

142

1
1

2

1

4
5

1

7
1

0

44

123




n

2
o
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C AS
IG R .

Baltimore........................... , . . .
Ttf-ngh$nnt.on,
Chicago......................................
Cleveland..................................
D ayton. . . .
Detroit.......................................
Evansville ..............................
Lancaster.
.
.. .. .
New York.................................
Philadelphia..............................
Reading.....................................
Tampa.................
....
Other ci tie s ..

FEMALES—

C o n c lu d e d .

Averaga
earn­
ings
per U n­
hour der
work­ 12
cts.
ed.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
12
and
un­
der
14
cts.

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

IS
and
un­
der
20
cts.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

33

10

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and 60
un­ cts.
der and
60 over.
cts.

THE

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

O
F

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
A ver­
age
Num Num­
hours
ber of ber of
estab­ em­ work­
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
ed
lish­ ploy- per Un­ and and and and and and and 11
ments
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
week 4.
der der der der der der der over,
day.
10. 11.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

124

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED -HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

S T E M M E R S OR S T R IP P E R S, H A N D .




2,342

7.4

2

21
35
6
7

12
17
1
3

5
3
3
7
5
1
5
15
15
2
9
42
8
8

164

90

130

3
1
43
50
8
21
9
2
35
12
24
1
7
38
10
26

3
4
46
30
21
12
18
13
55
62
62
2
44
63
22
34
1

290

492

52

54

$0.215
.192
.216
.294
.257
.169
.244
.194
.256
.151
.183
.199
.233
.188
.246
.196
.167
201

16

10

22
140

159

259

273

289

594

117

STATISTICS,

71

3
7
5
1
8
16
2
9
2
8
2
3
15
2
2 ......
13
15 . 25
3
7

LABOR

T otal........

81
7.9
7.4
38
184
7.1
94
6.5
98 • 7.4
45
6.3
6.6
92
61
7.8
6.9
153
284
7.6
157
7.2
12
8.0
348
7.9
354
7.1
78
7.1
258
8.2
9.0
5

O
F

2
5
4
2
5
3
4
4
5
2
4
3
11
6
4
6
1

BUREAU

Allentow n..,
B altim ore...
Bingham ton.
Boston.........
Chicago.......
C incinnati...
Cleveland. . .
D ayton........
D etroit........
E vansville..
Key W est...
Lancaster...
New Y o r k ..
Philadelphia
R eading___
Tampa.........
Other cities.

STEMMERS OR STRIPPERS, MACHINE.
A llentow n..
Baltim ore...
Bingham ton.
Boston.........
Chicago.......
Cincinnati...
Cleveland...
D ayton.......
Detroit........
Newark.......
New Y o r k ..
Philadelphia
Reading___
Other cities.
T otal..




$0.220

7
7
14

.253
13

.221

2
1

20

.275
.189

13

75

.234

24

9.0

.201

381

7.4

17

118

2

....

.325
.298
.245
.279
.215
.267
.163
.259

19
4
16

12
2
21

5

14
7

1

12
30

32

136

17

3

11

” 3'
6
1
6

” 3 ’ "2
4

12

3

2

3
67

52

13

126

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

CLOTHING, MEN’S.
BULLETIN

MALES.
[Pay-roll period: One week.

BASTERS (HAND), C O A T S.

T otal..

54

1,028

7.5

14

27

45

102

334

476

24

.510

26

66

107

142

151

279

f !
I

1

1

177

42

STATISTICS,

New Y ork ..
Philadelphia
Rochester...
St. L o uis....
Other c itie s.,

LABOR

Newark......

7.3
7.1
7.9
7.2
8.1
8.4
7.3
7.6
7.6
7.7
6.9
9.0

O
F

89
66
19
285
19
9
39
192
139
162
5

Baltimore...
Boston.........
Buffalo........
Chicago.......
Cincinnati...
Indianapolis,

16

BASTERS (HAND), PAN TS.
All cities.




7.9

BUREAU

SI
and $1.25
un­ and
der over.
$1.25

TH
E

Employees whose earnings per hour worked wereAver­
age
earn­
35
20
25
45
ings
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
per Un- and and and and and and and and and and cts.
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
work­ 20 der der der der der der der der der der un­
cts. 25
ed.
30
35
40
45
50
60
70
80
90 der
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1.

O
F

Locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Average
Num­ N um ­
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em- work­
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
lish­ ploy- ed U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
per der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week 4. der der der der
der der der der over.
day.
6.
5.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.

$0,431

.....| |
.....

1

1
|

BASTERS (HAND), TESTS.
3

All cities.

1

1

2

.$0,457

2

1

1 |

2 |

2 |

B A S T E R S (M A C H IN E ), CQATJ3.
A ll cities.

16

8.1

1

1

14 J

i

l

l

|$0.550

|

|

1 | . _.|

1 |

8 |

1 | .......

B U S H E L E R S A N D T A IL O R S.
Baltimore___

101
34

Boston.........

New Y o rk ...
Philadelphia.
Rochester—

gt, Louis.......

5

4
12
8
5
2

12
33
14

122
52

7
4
1
6
1
10
2
1

7.9
6.8
7-7
9.5
7.8
8.2
14

12

132

?Q 586
.
.529
.280
.431
.371
.4Q8
.470
.534
.478
.404
.501
.481

'3l'
2
3
3
10
40

35

7A

7.9

Total...

12
22

8.0
7.5
8.3
7.8
8.0

3

395

40

15

13

.473

50

44

78

175

138

131

77

CLOTHING, M N
E

Buffalo.........
Chicago.........
Cincinnati...
C jevela44___
Indianapolis..
Newark.........

11

S.

C U T T E R S (H A N D ), C LO TH .
Baltimore___
Boston..........
Buffalo..........
Chicago.........
Cincinnati....
Cleveland___
Indianapolis..
Newark.........
New Y o rk ...
Philadelphia.
Rochester.
St. Louis........
Total...




4
5
4

5
8
2
2
3
12
5
4
3

57

211
66
32
4o6
103
8
25
11
193
103
133

6.9
6.9
7.9
7.4
7.3
6.4
7.2
7.7
7.5
6.8
7.0
8.0

1,400

7.2

4
4
12
2

11
9
2
6
12

51

33
13
8
240
9
1
5
4
42
33
17
16

97
21
23
162
73
3
10
7
127
50
70
35

109

421

678

67
2
1
15
1

48

, 4 J:
1 !.

150
10

$0.659
.840
.507
.593
.552
.563
.427
.613
.697
.619
.663
.555
.628

20

23

60

431

571

16

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

to
00

M A L E S —Continued.

Locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num. Num­ hours
ber of ber of
estab­ em­ work­
5
4
6
7
8
9
10
11
lish­ ploy­ ed Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
per
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
5.
6.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.
7.

W
Employees whose earnings per hour worked wereAver­
age
earn­
35
25
45
ings
20
30
50
60
40
70
80
90
per Un- and and and and and and and and and and cts.
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
work­ 20 der der der der der der der der der der un­
ed.
cts. 25
35
30
40
45
50
60
70
80
90 der
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1.

$1
and $1.25
un­ and
der oA -er.
$1.25

H
w
O
H
n

C U T T E R S (M A C H IN E), C LO TH .
W
Baltimore...............
Buffalo....................
Chicago...................
Cincinnati...............
Cleveland...............
Newark...................
New York..............
Philadelphia..........
Rochester...............
St. Louis.................
Other cities............

3
2
3
6
3
2
7
4
3
4
1

8
7
54
13
15
2
18
28
9
22
1

6.7
8.0
7.3
7.4
8.2
7.7
7.0
7.3
6.1
7.8
8.0

Total.............

38

177

7.3

!
1
1
1
3
2
8

2
1

5

1
1
2

2
1
3

7

15

5

1

6

1
19
1
3
1
6
7
1
4

4
6
23
10
7 i
1
1
8
15 |
2
15
1

43

92

I

i
4
1
1
6

|
$0.609
.501
.674 ....... 1........
.553
.615
.608
.758
.583
.674
.564
.481

j

■ i
....... .........

2

1

j
1
!
1 j

1

1 2
I
i *
4

1

.629

2

1

1

1

1
2

4

4

9

2
3
10
8
2
1
1
10
3
14

5 1
1
27
14
4
8
2
1
9
3
1
10
3
2
1
5

1
|
....... 1........1........
3 ' " ’ 1....... 1........

54

66

8

29

1
5
1

4
5
3
11
2
2

33
20
4
72
17
20

6.7
7.7
7.8
7.7
7.0
7.3

3
1

Total.............

27

166

7.4

6




2

3

r ;
16
8
12
1
3
26
34
12
7
9

6

51

10
4

14

82

W

>

a

o

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1

w

I

C U TT E R S (H A ND ) , L IN IN G .
Baltimore...............
Boston....................
Newark...................
New York..............
Philadelphia..........
Other cities............

1

5

M

m

5
2
7

'c0.651
•
' . 498
.533
.638
.469
.514
.589

....... i........ 1........
'
i
i

1

i

5
1

i

7

5
6
3
11
5
9

25

3 1
!

i

1
3

9
1
7
1
8

40
2
2

9

4

7

26

39

69

12

5

3

a
a

CUTTERS (MACHINE), LINING.

124798

Rochester................
Other cities.............

2
4
3

2
35
48

8.0
7.3
7.8

1
1

12
1

4
9

Total.............

9

85

7.6

2

13

13

j

2
18
37
57

....... 1
........

j$0.604
.506
| .569

....... I
........

1

1

10
5

1

15

14

1

4
1

4
5

3
4

9
7

5
7
3
38
6
2
5
1
18
17
8

.544

I

1
10
22

10
4

j

1
2
13

1
4

1

33

16

5

1

34
8

1 I
15
1 1
2
..... 1
........
1 ....... 1
1 | 1
1
1 1 1
1
i
1 !
i
1
1.......
1
1
1
2
1
1

E X A M IN E R S , SH O P AND S T O C K R O O M .

63
23
4
136
22
19
19
6
87
48
4

7.7
7.5
8.2
7.6
8.1
7.5
8.0
7.8
8. 0
7.8
8.0
8.1

Total.............

65

489

7.8

Buffalo........ ...........
^hioago................. ,

58

4

2

2
1

9
15
24
3
1
3
3
35
2
10
1

43
7
4
65
18
14
12
3
36
37
35
3

106

277

4

5

1

1

17
1
2
2

1
1

2
1
1

1
5

14

1

1
8

8

29

3
3

13

1
1
1
i

2
8
10
2

1
1

38

5

$0,544
.486
.462
.481
.405
.558
.478
.489
4
.490
.446
.475
.285

1

i

4

1

2

.486

1
1

1

1

5
1
15

6

7
8
8
1
46

110

106

156

38

3

1

i

1
3

*39* *3 7 *
1
2
2
9
5
8
1
2
18
37
12
8
17
12
1

1
1
6
10

4
‘ *2*
6

18
7

13
3

2

14
2
2
2
8
7
10
1

3

11

8

2
3
2
1

1
1
2
2
2

2

27

21

11

C L O T H IN G .

Cleveland...............
Indianapolis...........
Newark...................
New Y ork..............
Philadelphia..........
Rochester...............
St. Louis.................

3
8
2
5
9
3
2
4
14
7
6
2

Baltimore...............

2

3

1
MEN

F ITTER S AN D T R IM M E R S , C O A T S .

's.

B altim ore..............
B o sto n ...................
Buffalo....................
Chicago...................
Cincinnati.............
Cleveland.
...
Newark ...............
New York..............
Philadelphia.........
Rochester..............
Other cities............

4
7
3
4
7
3
4
8
7
4
2

38
14
3
59
14
4
6
19
21
27
2

7.0
7.4
7.6
7.4
8.1
8.4
7. G
7.0
7.5
7. 3
9.0

T otal.............

53

207

7.5

1

3
1

5

1

4
7

12
2

1
1

1
j 16

3
1
1
10
1
1
1
1
19

7
10
27
3
4
5
2
G
64

10
3
2
13
8
3
2
8
16
15
1

4

1

$0. 586
.578
.458
.653
.420
.586
.590
.599
.511
.507
.469

81

15

.575

5
2
1
2

1

1
1

1

3
1

1

1

3
3

1
1
1
6
1

3
5
5

3

11

28

23

i
1

71

1

1
5

1

1

5

2

1

129




2

130

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1.

$1
and $1.25
un­ and
der over.
$1.25

THE

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per Un­
hour der
work­ 20
cts.
ed.

BULLETIN

Locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Average
Num­ Num­
hours
ber of ber of
estab­ em- work­
5
6
8
9
10
11
4
7
lish­ ploy- ed Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
per der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week 4. der der der der der der der der over.
day.
5.
9.
10. 11. 12.
7.
8.
6.

F IT T E R S AN D T R IM M E R S , P A N T S .

5
3
13
8
4

T otal.............

18

33

1

7.2
7.9
7.9
7.5
7.1

1

7. G

1
2
2

1

3
2
4

2

2

4

11

1
1
7
6
15

1

$0,486
.403
.537
.524
.744

1

1

1

3

1

2

2
3
1

1

2
2
3
7

1

1

3

1

2
3
1

2
2
1

1

9

5

2

2

1

1

3
1

1
3

4

2

2

2
1

1

LABOR

1

1

.539

1

1
1
1

O
F

2
2
8
4
2

BUREAtJ

Chicago...................
Indianapolis...........
New York..............
Rochester...............
Other cities............

F IT T E R S AND T R IM M E R S , V E S T S .

2
3
3
2
4
2
3
4

7
4
19
2
5
3
5
4

7.0
7.8
7.5
5.5
7.4
8.0
7.7
8.3

T otal.............

23

49

7.5




1

2

..... ..... .....
1

2
3
1

1

3
3
4
2

15

18

2
1

1

2
1
11

2

2

6

1

3

1
2

3

$0.693
.551 *
.697
.389
.695
.318
.453
'.509
.008

1
1

1
1

1

1

1
2

1

1
3

2

3

9

3

5

2

2

1

3

1

1
1
2

8

5

4

5

3

STATISTICS.

Baltimore................
Boston....................
Chicago...................
Cincinnati...............
New York..............
Philadelphia..........
Rochester...............
Other cities............

HAND SEWERS, COATS.
Chicago.........
Newark....... „
New Y o r k ...
Philadelphia.
Other c itie s.,

3
2
2
2

1

54
3
5
2
2

7.5
8.0
7.4
8.6
6.7 ,

Total-..

10

66

7.5

14

. $0,469
.| .331
J .315
J .357
J .406
32

.446

13

15

14

14
15
15
2

12
12
6
83
6
3
3
4
19
17
24
1

15
140
5
6
7
4
95
72
67
3

107

190

531

5
8
3
23

37
14
4
41
10
7
7
2
7

OPERATORS, COATS.
7.7
7.0
8.0
7.5
7.9
7.3
7.8
7.3
7.6
7.8
7.9
7.5

Total...

1,603

7.6

N e w ark ......

New Y o r k ...
Philadelphia.

$0,614
.611
.536
.565
.493
.505
,544
.592
.639
.609
.562
.407
26

40

116

.591

10
2
1
1

24

64

9
14
2
51

21

1
3
64
17
15

4
16
17
3

177

70

28

34

22
5
6
39
27
3
1

16
4
1
12
33
1
1

6
19

18

1
12

129' 106

68

28

24

20

97
22
3
85
5
2
5
32
34

....

2
12
11

OPERATORS, PANTS.
Baltimore___
Boston.......... .
Buffalo......... .
Chicago..........
New Y o rk ...,
Philadelphia.,
Rochester---St. Louis.......
Other cities...

2
8
5
3
7
3
4
4
3

106
39
19
160
145
19
18
15
17

7.0
7.1
7.0
6.9
7.7
8.6
8,1 ,
8.3
7,7

Total...

39

538

7.3

19

.599

2
3
15
4
1
2
3
1
23

29

IT

2
4
4
58

131




$0,612
.560
.534
.555
.713
,518
.474
.415
.517

M EN'S.

Rochester___
St. Louis..,,.

235
87
32
470
24
15
18
35
309
206
161
11

CLOTHING,

Baltimore___
Boston..........
Buffalo..........
Chicago.........
Cincinnati--C leveland.,..
Indianapolis..

132

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALE S—Continued.

$1
and $1.25
un­ and
der
$1.25 over.

THE

O PERATO RS, V E S T S .

7.4

3

3
1

1
6
2

2

2
3
1

1

1
6

6
1

11
23
5
9
1
23 '*4i*
3
7
3
16
3
12
1
7
1

7

19

50

116

4
5
1
1
10 '*32'
1

19
25
13
226
2

3

*2
2
12

7
1
5
55
7
1
3
2
16
3
46

88
4
16
133
74
2
36
8
46
68
101
2

21

56

146

434

2

1

$0,635
.645
.474
.650
.488
.553
.630
.574
.547
.353
.616

1

2
2

1
1
1

7

2
1
2
1

1

1
1

.....

1
2
2
8
1
2
1
2
1
1

6
3
2
16
1
4
12
6
1

26
4
20
2
2
6

1

1
1
2
1

1
1

3

11

8

21

51

63

2
1

7
1

8
2

76
10

7
22

13
14
2
7

17
29
2
5
1
10
25
18
2

7
29
7
6
5
30
32 119
8
13
1
5 "2 8
J.
7
92
18
13
16
23 161
1

1

.....

2

1
2

2

16

10

2

5

1
2

4

1
28

1
2

16

4

3

LABOR

T otal..

1

O
F

7.7
7.8
8.9
7.5
6.4
8.3
7.3
5.6
7.9
7.9

BUREAU

Baltimore...
Boston.........
Buffalo........
Chicago.......
Cleveland__
Newark.......
New Y ork...
Philadelphia
R ochester...
Other cities..

O
F

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
35
45
25
50
60
ings
30
40
20
70
80
90
per Un­ and and and and and and and and and and cts.
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
work­ 20 der der der der der der der der der der un­
ed.
25
35
40
45
50
60
70
c ts .
30
80
90 der
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1.

BULLETIN

Locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver<
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
5
6
9
4
11
estab­ em­
7
10
ed
lish­ ploy­ per Un­ and anc^ and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
der der der der over.
day. 4. der der der der
5.
7.
10. 11. 12.

P R E S S E R S (H AN D ), C O A T S .




60

1,325

"is

3
1
4
1
1
2
1

7.4

36

1
1

2

6
14
73
7
49

578

1
1
6
3
1
29
7
2

2

49

2

1

$0.592
.610
.559
.611
.401
.449
.464
.652
.542
2
.497
.535
.497
2

.558

3
1

3
4

2
1
1

5

10

2
1
7
7
1
50

.....
11
9
67

119

126

496

2

1

168
2
1

88

15

4

1

6
33
6
3

6
5
10

5

1

3

305

115

23

6

7

2

STATISTICS,

Baltim ore...
Boston.........
Buffalo........
Chicago.......
C incinnati...
Cleve’and...
Indianapolis.
Newark.......
New Y ork...
Philadelphia
Rochester...
St. Louis___

Total..

5
5

129
36
35
470
93
6
49
29
168
92
215
3

PRESSERS (HAND), PANTS.

Chicago...................
Tndiariapftlis

Other cities .........
T otal.............

2
8
4
3
8
2
7
2
4
2

8
17
6
10
19
3
36
7
25
11

8.6
6.8
7.8
7.7
7.9
8.0
7.8
6.1
8.0
6.9

42

142

7.6

2

2

2

1

1
1

1
1

1

3
1
1
2

4

2

4

9

1
4
3
5
1
17
2
3
3

5
7
3
5
14
2
16
2
20
4

39

78

1

1

3

5

1
1

|
$0,513
.619
i
.510
.486
2
.365
.501
.503
1
.482 .......1........
.474
i
.591 ....... !........
.499 .......1 2
i

1
1
1

1

7
1
6
1
1
18

1
1
1
3
3

3
1

3
1
1

7
1
10
2

2
1
6
1

1
2
2
4
2
1
8
2
3
4

11

29

16

29

22

10

6
1
4

1
3

1
1
4

6

1

2
6

1
1
4
2
2

3
1
8
4
4

2
2

2

2

2
1
3

1
1

6
2
1
1
6
1
4
1

2
2

3

4
2

1

i
! .
(

4 ...

P R E SSE R S (HAN D ), V E S T S .

11
5
59
11
11
8
9
21
12
16

7.5
7.7
7.0
8.2
7.6
8.1
8.3
7.3
6.7
7.6

T otal.............

35

163

7.4

1
2

20

1

4

7
2
12

2

1
1

2

5

2

1

4
1

21

12

9
3
33

3
3
19
10
7
8
8
7
6
14
85

1
1

1
1

1

3

2

$0.656
.732
.692
.336
.605
.406
.411
.574
.510
.469
.581

3
2

3

1

2
1

5

2
3

2
1
1

2

1

i

8

3
3

7
1
1
4
1

1
6
1

10

8

22

18

31

16

1
2
1
13

3
18
10
27
10
2
3
12
19
34
5
4

9
5
5
34
2
3
1
8
14
49
4

25
9

39

102

147

137

1
22

1

2

2

1

24

3

1
9

9

62
3

6
3
1
6

2
7
7
23
14
2
3
11
11
17
2
3

3
1
3

M E N ’ S.

2
3
3
5
2
2
3
5
4
6

CLOTHING,

Baltimore...............
B o sto n ...................
Chicago...................
Cincinnati ............
Cleve'and ..............
Indian apolis.........
Newark...................
New York ...........
Philadelphia..........
Rochester...............

P R ESSER S (M AC H IN E ), C O A T S .

Baltimore_
_
Boston........ .
Buffalo.........
Chicago....... .
Cincinnati...
Cleveland_
_
Newark........
New Y o rk ...
Philadelphia,
Rochester_
_
St. Louis___
Other cities..




107
51
24
261
37
22
27
81
84
170
15
24

7.6
6.9
7.8
7.6
8.1
6.8
7.3
7.7
7.6
7.7
7.4
7.4
7.6

5
5
3
22
3
1
2

23

28
23
4
86
3
2
19
34
8
37
1
251

68
15
13
127
26
14
5
21
65
109
11
15

15
4
3

SO 610
.
.484
.407
.536
.386
.539
.563
.551
.490
.496
.416
.351
.516

23

*70* *52*
2
6
4
23
11
12
11
19
41
1
196

172

22

10
2

56

133

T otal..

2
7
5
4
7
3
4
10
6
4
3
1

134

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALE S— Conclude d .

hour worked were—

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1 .

$1

and $1.25
un­ and
der over.
$1.25

THE

P R E S S E R S (M A C H IN E ), P A N T S .

4
4
3

49
11
11

36

321

3

8 .2

5

1

6

18
7
2

28
1

7.5
8.3
8.2
8.0

9

19
8
6

1

1

7.5

12
1

7
1

4

1
1
30

1
19

16

5
1
4

1

71

SO 739
. 571
.447
.605
.388

17
4

-9
30
13

5

11

1

1

3

9
2
2

146

19

.634
.596
.507
.374
.595

11

8

7

5

3

1
1

2

1

1
1

2
5

2
9

'” 2
8
4

4

7

29

33

31

1
1

1
4
4
2

1

1

4
1

2
1
2
10
1
1
2

3
16
5

2
2

7

4

11

38

2

1

2

4

8

12

15

10

1

1

1

1

15

2
5
2
1

3
4
12
1
2

(j
3
9

29

57

80

2
2

5

6

1

9

9

1

5

P R E S S E R S (M A C H IN E ), V E S T S .

Baltimore...............
Buffalo...................
Chicago..
...
Cincinnati..............
N ew Y ork......... .....
Rochester ..............
Other cities............

4
3
3
2
4
3

14
7
31
4
3
20
5

7.7
8.2
7.4
8.3
6.6
8.0
8.0

T otal.............

22

84

7.7




3

2
2

1
2

1
1

1

2

1

3

1

3

2
13
2
17

8
5
13
4
1
15
5
51

2
1
1
2
6

1
1
|

$0.551
.390
.581
.451
.418
.575
.633
.550

1
J.
1

.......I........

1

4

0

3

1

4

5

n

1

4

1
1
1

4

3

1
4
1

2

4
1

2
2

15

6

11

17

13

10

5

1

STATISTICS.

10

I

.568

11

3

2
2
1

1

2

3
7
33
20
8

1

2

LABOR

4
2
3
3
1

116
24
9
19
12
39
23
8

8
2

7.1
7.6
7.9
6.9
7.7
7.7

O
F

T otal.............

2

BUEEATJ

Baltimore...............
Boston....................
Buffalo...................
Chicago...................
Cincinnati..............
Indianapolis...........
New York..............
Philadelphia..........
Rochester...............
St. Louis.................
Other cities............

O
F

Employees whose earnings per
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
20
25
35
40
45
30
50
per Un­ and and and and and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
work­ 2 0 der der der der der der der
cts. 25
35
45
30
40
ed.
50
60
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

BULLETIN

Locality.

Employees whose avorage hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Average
Num­ Num­
hours
ber of ber of
estab- em- work­
4
5
9
6
8
7
10
11
ed
, lish- ploy- per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week 4. der der der der der der der der over.
day.
5.
12 .
6.
7.
8.
9.
11.
10.

SHAPERS, COATS.
Baltimore...............
Boston.....................
Buffalo....................
Chicago...................
Cincinnati...............
Indianapolis.. T. . . .
Newark.................
New Y ork..............
Philadelphia..........
Rochester................
Other cities............

3
5
4
5
7
2
4
9
5
4
1

22
7
6
58
10
5
4
24
15
30
1

7.6
7.4
8.2
7.6
8.1
7.6
7.2
8.1
8.4
7.6
6.1

Total.............

49

182

7.7

1

6
1

1
1

2
1

1
1

5
4
2
32
2
1
2
10

5
1
1

2

4

17

62

14
2
2
18
8
3
1
7
11
20

1
i '
2
1

6
4

i
86

13

1
I

$0.691
.560
.531
.591
.434
.536
.544
.651
.503
.513
,612
.577

1
1

1
2 j

5
3

* 2*
i .....

1

x

2
1
4

3
3
1

1
1
9

i
4 1

3

I
5
7

9

14

25

2
3
5
14
2
1
4
4
15
50

16
1
10
2
12
i
2
1
45

1
1

1

1

7

6

2

1
1
2
1

14

1

4
1
1
13

3

1

CLO IN , M
TH G M
S
.
135




1

136

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES.

Locality.

40
327
51
14

7 .2
7 .2
7 .7

913

7 .3

16

33

63

110

.3 5 6

384

20

5
1
A

14
13
3
4
3
8
22

22

25

30

35

77

13
19
11
33
19
6
12
6




4

11
2

14
6
1

9

3

12
22

8.2

97

7.5

19

50

2 I

1

150.392
.3 1 2
.2 6 4
.2 3 7
.29 1
.2 8 0
.2 1 7
.2 9 5

.276

45

50

60

15
7
8
56
5
5
10
4
11
10
31

3
57
2
1
1
5
3
4
26

186 j 177

162

114

22

45

2
10
1
3
2
1
5

16
1
2
51

3
1

4

2

43

10

2

1
1

1
1
1
3

3

3
8

86

53

17

4

STATISTICS.

Total. .

5

11
25

12

5
7
11
51
5
1
15
3
4
8
63
1

R A ST E R S (H AN D ), P A N T S .

Baltimore___
Boston...........
Chicago.........
C incinnati. . .
Indianapolis.
New Y o r k ...
Philadelphia.
Rochester___

40

and and and and and and and and 70
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ cts.
der der der der der der der der and
45
40
25
30
35
50
60
70 over.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

LABOR

56

SO. 379
.3 1 5
.3 2 3
.4 0 6
.2 6 9
.3 -5
.3 0 8
.3 3 2
.3 9 2
.2 9 7
.3 3 2
.3 3 6

8.6

199
1

18

and
un­
der
20
cts.

O
F

49
23
25
65

7 .1
7 .3
7 .7
7 .3
7 .4
7 .6
7 .6
7 .4

12
14
16
U n­ and and and
der un­ un­ un­
12 der der der
cts. 14
16
18
cts. cts. cts.

BUREAU

T otal..

83
36

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

TEE

Baltim ore...
Boston.........
Buffalo........
Chicago.......
Cincinnati..,
Cleveland. . .
Indianapolis.
N ew ark....'.
New York.
Philadelphia
Rochester...
Other cities.

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

O
F

Employees whose average hours worked per week day
for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
4
10
11
5
6
7
lish­ ploy- ed per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
4.
der der der der der der der der over.
7.
9.
5.
10. 11. 12.
6.

BULLETIN

R ASTERS (HAND), C O A T S .

2
4
4

1
2
2
6

6

21

11

BASTERS (HAND), VESTS.
Baltimore...............
Boston.....................
Chicago...................
Indianapolis...........
Newark...................
New Y ork..............
Philadelphia..........
Rochester...............
Other cities__

3
3
3
3
5
4
5
2

T otal.............

30

2

27
65
7

7.2
7.3
7.6
7. 7

10

8 .1

27
17
16
6

7.6
7.4
7.8
7.6

186

7.5

10

1
2

2
1
1

1

3

2
1
6
1

13
3
22
2

7
5
28
4

$0.349
.304
.355

1

3

1
4

1

5

1
11

2

19

4
2

1

11

48

102

4

7
1
8

7
3

1

1

1

1

4

6

10
5

10
1
2
6
5

7
3

37

45

21

28

4

1

.323

13
5

11
5

5
1

"2

. 287
’
.296
. 275
, .266

11

3

1

3

.2 5 6
3 55

10

5
1

8
1
2

3
2
8
2

3
1

1
3

11

3
3

4

1

1
10
1
1

5

1

4

1

4

1

3

1

22

5

7

14

9

5

1

4

4

5

3

2

1

4

2

1

1

1

_____
5

R A ST E R S (M A C H IN E ), C O A T S .

40
3
36
5
10
3
20

5.7
7.1
7.4
7.0
6.8
8.2
7.6

12

3

2
1
1

1

T otal........... .

21

117

6.8

16

5

5

4

2
2

12
17

1

4
4
3

2

3
10

9

10

42

38

1
5

1

$0.372
.305
.394
.265
.360
.223
.335

4

1
13

.361

1

4
1
4
1
1
2
4

13

1

17

4
2
2

1

.....

2

5

7

3

5

23

26

18

12

Chicago...................
Other cities............

2
4

2
6

7.9
8.1

1
1

1
5

$0.378
.226

Total........... .

6

8

8.0

2

6

.264

S,

B A ST E R S (M A C H IN E ), P A N T S .

1

1

2

1

' 1

4

2

1
1

1

2

2

1

1

2

1

1

B A ST E R S (M A C H IN E ), V E S T S .

All cities.................




6

9

7.4

4

1

4

...

L ... $0.276
1

M
EN

2
2
4
4
2
2
5

CLOTHING,

Baltimore................
Buffalo...................
Chicago...................
Cincinnati..............
Cleveland...............
St. L ouis................
Other cities............

1

1

I

138

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES—Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

12
14
16
Un­ and and and
der un­ un­ un­
12 der der der
16
18
cts. 14
cts. cts. cts.

18
and
un­
der
20
cts.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and 70
un­ cts.
der &nd
70 over.
cts.

THE

BU SH ELERS A N D T A IL O R S .

7.9
6.0
7.7
6 .5
8.0
7.7
7. 9
7.9
7.1

29

71

7.5

1

1

1
3
1

4

3
1

1
4

2
3
2

9

12

1
6

1

5
2
15
2
2
3
5
6
1
41

$0.452
.179
.380
.290
.334
.282
.370
.344
.323

1
1

2

.345

1

1

1
1

2

1
4

1

1

5
2

5
2
1

4

3

5
3

3
1

1

3

2

4
1

1

7

12

13

17

8

7

3

1

2

1

2

3
11

2
8

3

3

3

2

1
1

2
1

2
1

3
16

7
6
1
1
4
4
1
3
1

1
12
1
2

2

1

1
3
1
2

4

24

28

18

20

2

1
2
2

1

LABOR

6
4
23
7
2
9
10
8
2

O
F

Total.........

2
2
4
4
2
2
7
4
2

BUREAU

Boston....................
Buffalo...................
Chicago...................
Cincinnati..............
Cleveland...............
Indianapolis...........
New York..............
Rochester...............
Other cities............

3
3
4
3
3
2
5
3
1

17
45
5
10
6
9
9
22
2

4.1
6.9
8.6
7.8
8.6
6.6
7.9
7.5
8.2

Total............

27

125

6.9




1
5

1

1
1

1
8

4

3
5

1

1
1

2
15

4

2
1
2
2
2

3

21

17

1

1

10
17
4
8
1
4
7
14
2
67

1
1
3

2

3

$0.295
.375
.248
.385
.290
.272
.352
.228
.388

1

.321

1

1

1
2

3

i
1
15

1

2
1
5

6

1

STATISTICS,

E X A M IN E R S , SHOP AND S T O C K R O O M .

Baltimore...............
Chicago...................
Cincinnati..............
Cleveland...............
N ew York..............
Philadelphia..........
Rochester...............
St. Louis.................
Other cities............

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week day
for the pay-roll period were—
Aver'
Num­ Num­ age
hours
ber of ber of work­
5
6
4
11
7
8
9
10
estab­ em­ ed
lish­ ploy­ per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
der der der der der der over.
day. 4. der der 7.
5.
6.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.

FITTERS AND TRIMMERS, COATS.
Cincinnati*
New Y o r k ,. . . , ___
Other cities............

3
2
2

4
3
4

8 .1

1

7.6

4

T o ta l.,.........

7

11

7.5

7.1

2

5

2

1
2

3

$0.278
.284
.492

1

1

1

3

.357

1

2

1

2

1

2

2

1

1 1

5

1
1
1
2

6
1
2
1
2

1
1
2

2

8

12

9

6

$0.239
.455

1

2
2

3

2

1

1

3

1

.415

1

4

3

2

1

1

3

1

45
38

67
17

89
3

11

8

1

55
58

32
48
23
153
36

164

11

15
3
4
4
4

37
4
23
45
32

26
7
69
52

254
18
16

218
15

2

1

6

111
2

83

322

570

F IT TE R S A N D T R IM M E R S , P A N T S .

3
4
2
2
2
2

4
5
7

8 .0

1

8.5
8.3

3
5

1

2

8 .0

6
2

T o t a l . . . . .. . .

15

45

7,8

21
6

7.3
7.8

1

1

2

2

1
1

2

7

9
4

$0.343
.250
.274
.314
.260
.336

1

1

15

24

1
1

1

5

3

2

1

3

3

1

1

.308

1

3

1

3

CLOTHING,

Chicago...................
Cincinnati..............
Philadelphia...........
Rochester...............
Sc. Loufe............... .
Other cities............

3

F IT T E R S AN D T R IM M E R S , V E S T S .

T otal.............

3
4

3
13

7.9
7.3

7

16

7.4

1

‘

1

5

1

1

5

|
I
j
....... 1........
I

2

7
1

9

M E N ’ S.

C in c in n a ti..,,.. r.Other c itie s .... , . . T

RAND SEW ER S, C O A T S,

Baltimore...............
Boston.....................
Buffalo....................
Chicago..................
Cincinnati...............
Cleveland................
Indianapolis...........
Newark
..............
New Y ork...............
Philadelphia...........
Rochester................
St. Louis.................




4
3

366
137
70
1,024
214
40
116
35
306
187
399
13

7.0
7.0
7.5
7.3
7.4
6.9
7,6
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.4
7.9

71

2 , 907

7.3

10

4
2

5
11
10

12
88
27
10
16
5
3
10
45 ’ *2 2 * ” 49* 127
16
30
6
5
11
2
3
2
11
3
2
5
11
2

1

U

11
12

8

3
3

1
6
10

39

1

27

48

20

1

108

63

14
353
34
3
38

124
18
42
428
117
19
56

20
86

116

91
86

16
87
2

153

401

U

112
221
10

833 1274

9

1

1
6
1
1

37
14

3
1

1

70

5

$0.393

.302
.283
.361
.244
.311
.243
.309
.342
.281
.329
.256

.334

3
4

2

’ 9
4

1

2

14

3

7

18

1
1

1

1

5

22
20

9
22

7

3

1
1
1

3

2
11
2

24

28

6

8

1

51

10

29

10

7

12
11

6

85
34
108

60
15
65

1

633

8
1

3
3
33
10

49

60
4

35
3

G

1

76
5

54

16

1

1

1
5

3

4
17

5
9

3

189

113

23

22

2

488

366

1

139

T otal.............

4
a
5
5

140

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES—Continued.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

Un­
der
12
cts.

12
and
un­
der
14
cts.

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

18
20
25
16
and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der
18
20 25
30
cts. Ct3. cts. cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and 70
un­ cts.
der and
70 over.
cts.

THE

HAND SE W E R S, P A N T S .

3
1
3

7

5
3
9
3
1
3
3

22

19

34

1

1
1

2

7.2

6
2
2

7

1/
6
3
10
4
6
5
2
4

8
8
5
17
10
19
17
3
12
2

4
5
8
63
25
6
8
11
47
16
3

57

101

196

1
1
1
2
5

1

10

1

$0,405
.288
.229
.286
.228
.240
.316
.225
.317
.194
.229
.281

1
1

1
1
2
1

3
1
8
5
3
4

2
7
9
7
3
3
5
1

3
8
5
21
18
12
3
8
11
13

6
4
7
37
2
8
8
3
17
2
2,

3

2

7

2

4

3

12

26

37

102

2

1

3

2

2
2
3

5
13
7

2
1

1
3
2
34

68

3

1
1
1

5

1

19

13

8

123

39

22

16

33
5
6
10
1
14
1

4
1
1
4
1
17

6

96

76

135

124

1

3
4
4
3
7
2
2
3
4
4
6

47
19
18
283
42
20
19
5
27
20
97

6.9
6.8
7.7
7.7
7.8
7.1
6.9
8.1
6.5
7.5
7.6

Total.............

42

597

7.2




31
1
1
1

14

1
1
3

1

40

17

13
9
1
4
10
1
3
41

3
2
14
6
6
4
1

13
7
6
31
3
3

4

7

2
5 , 15
41

91

16
10
10
182
32
9
6
5
7
16
71
364

1
2

3

$0,318
.425
.193
.330
.223
.310
.268
333
.369
.311
.310
.315

1
2
5

8

4

8

1

1

STATISTICS,

HAND SE W E R S , V E S T S .

Baltimore................
B o s t o n ...................
Buffalo....................
Chicago...................
Cincinnati...............
Cleveland................
Indianapolis...........
Newark .................
New York
.......
Philadelphia .........
R ochester..............

1

2

42

1
1 1

1
2

5

2
2
14

15

3

9
5

4
3
8
16
11
3
5

1
3

8
1

5
1

LABOR

440

1
9

2

O
F

Total..

3

41
19
17
111
45
44
35
20
70
35
3

BUREAU

Baltim ore...
Boston.........
Buffalo........
Chicago.......
Cincinnati...
Indianapolis.
New Y o r k ..
Philadelphia
R ochester...
St. Louis___
Other cities.,

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of
estab­ em­ work­
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
ed
lish­ ploy* per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
and
ments
week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ over.
der der der der der der der der
day.
9.
10. 11. 12.
5.
6.
8.
7.

OPERATORS, COATS.
Baltimorfi................
Boston.....................
Buffalo....................
Chicago...................
Cincinnati...............
Cleveland................
Indianapolis...........
Newark...................
New Y ork..............
Philadelphia..........
Rochester...............
St. Louis.................

4
5
5
5
10
4
2
5
6
7
4
3

Total.............

60

207
14
43
851
208
113
74,
23
57
141
231
124
2,086

7.3
6.9
7.6
7.2
7.4
6.6
7.4
7.1
7.1
7.2
7.2
7.7
7.3

*6
11
6
9

8
2
2
14
9
5
1
1
3
6
6
2

101

59

8
42
5
11
•3

10
42
11
11
1
2
2
6
23
4

?1
2
6
98
30
35
6
2
8
12
27
11

6?,
8
11
347
30
6
27
14
17
16
83
10

93
2
23
30$
119
45
36
4
11
84
85
88

112

258

631

898

5
1
4

10
5
1

1

26

1

$0.375
.313
.327
.400
.255
.381
.301
.351
.394
.347
.374
.264
.361

3
19
16

6
1
1
18
24

2

4

15

1

2

1

9

8

2
50
62
4
12
1
3
12
11
47

26

11

49

65

219

17
2

2
7

5
1

2

1

3

24
6
18
85
38
21
19
6
7
40
43
19

36
4
8
128
35
13
11
6
13
26
46
23

29
2
6
125
10
22
5
5
9
20
48
9

39
1
3
131
' 6
30
10
3
4
17
34
4

41

11

1
88
5
12
4
1
9
9
30

4
116

326

349

290

282

200

176

"9*
1
7
7
18
3

1

2

50
1
2
1
1
3
3
1

22

63

28

2
2

122
22
49
463
159
58
52
68
47
221
171

7.3
7.2
7.2
7.2
7.1
6.2
7.4
7.7
7.8
7.8
7.1

Total...,

52

1,432

7.3

10

SO.432
.374
.253
.372
.247
.305
.408
.369
.300
.339
.291

27

50

125

185

60

371

20

1

.341

23

55

195

277

258

225

143

98

81

35

14

2

1

17

10
2

7

11

4

1
1

1

2
19

18
1
1
27
1
7
7
5
24

4

8
12
19

29

13

22

17

8

7

9
2
2
11
1

i
2

8

2
13

4

4

10
1
6
33
1

95

92

49

44

36

14

OPERATORS, V E S T S .

94
9
14
155
63
32
14
29
108

Baltimore—
Boston...........
Buffalo..........
Chicago.........
Cincinnati_
_
Cleveland —
Indianapolis.
New Y o r k ...
Rochester—
Other c ities..

Total..




37

544

7.1
7.2
7.8
7.3
7.9
6.9
7.3
7.7
7.3
7.0

2
4

7.3

18

5
3
1
3

3
1
5
1
1
1
1
2
15

7
1
1
7
1

3
2

4
1
34
1

31
2
1
52
4
24
1
7
11
1

22

84

134

13

.....
27
* "’ 3

35
5
11
61
56
1
8
20
56
18

$0,335
.405
.233
.472
.210
.361
.310
.362
.389
.251

271

.350

1

2

1
2

1

1
14

22
1
4
18
14
5
1
11
13
3

10

24

73

92

1
1

1

1

1

4

4

4

1

9

S.

3
6
4
4
11
2
2
7
3
5
5

M
EN

Baltimore—
Boston...........
Buffalo..........
Chicago.........
Cincinnati—
Indianapolis.,
Newark.........
New Y ork___
Philadelphia.
Rochester—
St. Louis.......

CLOTHING,

O PERATORS, P A N T S .

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES. PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

h*

^

FEMALES—Concluded.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

12
and
un­
der
14
cts.

Un­
der
12
cts.

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

18
and
un­
der
20
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

4

11

7

3

2

2

2

2

2

2

3

6
1

6

3

1

2

3

7

6

3

1

1
2

2
1
1

1

3

4

1

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

THE

P R E S S E R S (H A N D ), C O A T S.
2

28

6.6

2

2

4

2

5

11

2

$0,304

1
1

BUREAU

All cities.................

3

P R E S S E R S (H A N D ), P A N T S .
3

12

6

7.7

6

$0,296

2

O
F

AU cities.................

LABOR

P R E S S E R S (H A N D ), V E S T S .
3
4

23
6

7.2
7.5

1

1

6
2

6
1

9
3

$0.382
.230

1

2

2
2

Total.............

7

29

7.3

1

1

8

7

12

.351

1

2

4

j

P R E S S E R S (M A C H IN E ), C O A T S.

Total.............




5
6
5

7.5
6.4
5.8

1

%

6

16

6.6

1

3

2

4

1

2
2

1

1

4

1

5

1

1

3

4

$0,295
.394
.327

1

1

.3 4 2

2

2
1
3

3
3

STATISTICS,

Chicago...................
Other cities............

Chicago...................
Cleveland..............
Other cities............

60
and 70
un­ cts.
der and
70 over.
ets,

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week day
for the pay-roll period were—
Average
N um ­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
11
estab­ emr
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
ed
lish­ ploy- per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week 4. der der der der der der der der over.
day.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.

PRESSERS (MACHINE), PANTS.
All cities.................

3

21

3

7.0

6

8

4

I
.
$0.258 1 . . .
1

2

8

7

1

1

1

1

2

3

PR E SSE R S (M ACHINE), V E S T S .
All cities.................

2

5

1
1

7.1

2

3

*0 245

I

1

S H A PE R S, C O A T S.
2
3

2
10

6.9
7.7

Total.............

5

12

7.6

. .
1
1

3

1
6

$0. 360
385

1
1

3

2

1
2

1

i i

1

3

7

.381

2

3

2

3

1

1

M E N 'S.




i

1

1
.

CLOTHING,

Cincinnati..............
Other cities............

CO

C L O T H I N G , W O M E N ’S :

C H I L D R E N ’S

D R E SSE S.

8.4
7.8
8.2
7.8
8.2
8.2

$0,558
449

T otal.........

18

38

8.1

.589

3
5
3
3

618
507
707

14

1
1
5

1
3

2

2

1

9

7

2

3
5

7
5

7.7
7.3

1

1
1

2

4
3

$0,424
.421

1

1
2

1
2

1

3

Total......................

8

12

7.5

1

2

2

7

.423

1

3

3

1

3




1
1

1

STATISTICS.

CUTTERS* A S S IS T A N T S .

Philadelphia...................
Other cities.......
....

1

LABOR

6
4
7
12
4
5

O
F

3
3
3
5
2
2

BUREAU

Chicago........
Cincinnati...
New Y ork...
Philadelphia.
St. Louis......
Other cities..

THE

CU T T ER S.

O
F

Employees whose average hours
Employees whose earnings per hour worked wereworked per week day for the
Aver­
Aver­
pay-roll period were—
age
Num­ Num­
age
earn­
ber of
hours
30
35
50
60
40
45
6
7
8
9
ings U n­ 20
25
4
70
80
estab­ ber of worked
5
90
em­
per
and and and and and and and and and and
U n­ and and and and and and
lish­ ployees. per
$1
der under under under under under under under under under under cts.
and and
week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ hour
ments.
20
40
35
60
70
30
50
45
4. der der der der der der worked.
25
80
90 under over.
day.
cts.
6.
7.
8.
9. 10.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.
5.
$1.

BULLETIN

MALES.
[Pay-roll period: One week.]

Locality,

144

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

OPERATORS.
3
2

5
3

8.0
8.3

5
1

1

SO.498
.830

1

1

1

1

1•

T otal............................

5

8

8.2

1

6

1

.622

1

1

1

$0,552
.408
.615

1
1

1

1

.541

2

1

1

1
1

1

1

1

2

1

4
1
1

3

6

3

PR E SSE R S.

New York....................
Philadelphia................
Other cities..................

3
2
2

9
3
4

8.3
7.2
8.2

Total........................

7

16

8.1

1

1

8
1
^4

1

1

1

13

1

2

2

1

1

1
W O M EN
S:
C H IL D R E N
*
S
D RESSES.

145




1

C L O T H IN G ,

124793°— 20----------- 10

Philadelphia...................
Other cities.....................

146

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES.

Locality.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

18
and
un­
der
20
cts.

.20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

53
and
un­
der
60
cts.

All cities

....

2

10

7.3

1

1

2

$0,164

6

2

1
1 l

6

7.2
7.9
8.4
7.5
7.8

1

T o ta l.........................

14

48

7.7

1

2
2
4

5
1
2
6

1
2
6
12
7

1

14

28

1

$0,247
.256
.268
.257
.226

2
1
2

2

.252

5

4

1

2

1
2
2
7

1

10

12

1

3
2

1

6
6
1

7
2

1

13

1

1

F IN IS H E R S .

2
3

Chicago...........................
New Y ork.......................
Philadelphia...................
St. Louis..
..........
Other cities.....................

2
2
3
2
2

3
8
7
12
23

7.7
8.1
8.1
8.2
7.2

2

1

1
2

T otal...........................

11

53

7.7

2

1

3




1

1
5
7
11
17

$0,247
.308
.282 2
.212
.209

6

41

.262

1

1
1

3

1
1

1
3

5
5

.....

1
1
2
7

3

3

6

12

12

11

1
3
2

6

1

1

STATISTICS.

7
3
9
20
9

LABOR

3
3
2
2
4

O
F

E X A M IN E R S .

Chicago..
............
Cincinnati
.
....
New Y ork......
.........
Philadelphia.
. «...
Other cities .
....

70
and 80
un­ cts.
der and
80 over.
cts.

BUREAU

CLEAN ER S.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

THE

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

O
F

12
and
un­
der
14
cts.

BULLETIN

Employees whose average hours
worked per week day for the
Aver­
Aver­
pay-roll period were—
age
Num­ Num­ age
earn­
ber of ber of hours
4
5
6
7
8
9
estab­ em­ worked
ings
U n­
U n­ and and and and and and
per
per
lish­ ploy­
week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ hour der
ments.
ees.
4.
der der der der der der worked. 12
day.
cts.
8.
9.
10.
5.
6.
7.

FOLDERS.
Cincinnati.......................
Other cities.....................

2
1

2
10

7.9
7.5

1
10

1

$0,191
.148

2

3

2

1
2

1
1

T otal............................

3

12

7.6

11

1

.155

2

3

o

3

2

3
3
3
5
2
2

76
58
111
112
51
30

6.8
7.4
7.5
6.7
7.4
7.5

9
4
3
3
3

4
2
4
8

T otal........

18

438

7.2

22

18

5
18
4
1

8
4
9
18
6
6

11
9
27
48
10
12

36
39
63
17
28
11

$0,315
.230
.337
.473
.275
.350

36

51

117

194

.347

8.

23
6
6
14
16

15
15
16
5
9
6

18
2
49
15
11
3

65

7
1
12
11

4
1
6
4

1
1
3
1

18

31

1
1
1
3

O PER A TO R S, S PE C IA L M A C H IN E .

C h ic a g o ....,...................
Cincinnati.......................
New York.......................
Philadelphia...................
St. Louis.........................
Other cities.....................

3
3
3
3
2
3

11
11
13
9
8
8

8.2
7.6
7.5
6.7
6.4
7.5

1
2

T otal............................

17

60

7.4

3

Chicago...........................
Cincinnati.......................
Philadelphia...................
St. Louis.........................
Other cities.....................

3
3
2
2
3

15
12
16
4,
13

6.1
7.7
7.1
8.1
7.1

4

T otal............................

13

60

7.1

5

1

1
1
1

1
1
2

1

1

1
2
4
2

10
7
8
4
6
6

$0,279
.271
.322
.389
.235
.317
.303

3
3
1

1

3
6
1
2

1

2
1

5

3

2

1

2

3

12

15

17

7

1

1

4

9

41

3

2
1
11
1

6
10
2
3
8

$0,268
.212
.335
.225
.257

4
8
4
3
8

8
4
2
1
3

2

15

29

.270

27

18

1

PRESSERS.

1

1

2

1

1

1

3

2

8

2

2

1

1

6

5

2

1

1

4
2

CHILDREN ’s DRESSES.

65

2
15
2
3

W O M E N ’ S:

Chicago.......
Cincinnati...
New Y ork...
Philadelphia
St. L ouis....,
Other cities..

CLOTHING,

O PER ATO RS, G ENER AL.

SAM PLE M AK ERS.

4
6

9
11

6.9
6.7

1
2

1

1
1

2
1

5
6

$0,383
.300

5

o

3
3

4
1

T otal............................

10

20

6.8

3

1

2

3

11

.340

5

4

G

5




1

147

Philadelphia............
Other cities.....................

C L O T H I N G , W O M E N ’S :

C L O A K S, S U IT S , A N D

S K IR T S .

BULLETIN

MALES.
[Pay-roll period: One week.)

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1.

A SS O R T E R S AND T R IM M E R S .

..............

4
14
7

7.9
8.6
8.5

1

1
1

3
6
6

6
1

$0.421
.592
.372

3

1

2
2
1

1
1

1
4
2

4

3

9

25

8.5

1

2

15

7

.503

3

1

5

2

7

4

3

$0.519
.419
.496
.503

1

2
2

5
1

.456

1

BU SH ELE RS.

2
6
3
3

5
20
6
4

7.5
8.0
8.7
8.1

1

Total......................

14

35

8.1

1




......

2

1
2

3

2
16
4
4

2

26

3

1

1
9

1
1
1
2

2
1
1
2

1

10

5

6

1

i
4

6

1

1

1
1

STATISTICS.

3
4
2

Cleveland.........................
New York........................
Philadelphia.............
Other cities......................

$1.75
and $2
un­ and
der over.
$2.

LABOR

Total

$1.25 $1.50
and and
un­ un­
der der
$1.50. $1.75.

O
F

Cleveland ......................
Philadelphia...............
Other c itie s .................

$1
and
un­
der
$1.25.

BUREAU

Un­
der
30
cts.

THE

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

O
F

Locality.

Employees whose average hours worked
Aver- per week day for the pay-roll period were—
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
7
9
10
estab­ em4
5
6
8
ed
lish­ ploy- per Un­ and and and and and and and
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
ments
week 4. der der der der der der der
day.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11.
5.
6.

148

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

CUTTERS.
4
7
6
9
6
12
6
4

4
12
42
27
43
105
41
13

8.0
8.4
8.1
8.0
7.9
7.9
8.6
9.9

1
1
5

3

1
1

Total......................

54

287

8.1

7

3

3

1

1 * 3
9
29
21
36
79
26
1
204

1
1

7
5
5
4
1

2

23

1

1
1
7

4

1

28

82

149

4
2
7
‘ 1

2
3

2

2
4

1
4
1
1

10
1
1

3
1

6

7

16

17

6

3

1

1
5

1

4
1

4

4
1

12

11
5

4
1
6
5

1
1
4
1

1
1

5

7

6

19

17

16

7

2

3

12
13
6
39

6

.702

1
1
6
11

1
7
6

1
2

1

1

13
91
28
3

1
5
6

2

4

15

3

5

WOMEN

1

1
3
26
13
29
1
6
3

SO 600
.
.728
.673
.580
.709
.738
.742
.624
6

3
5

C U T T E R S ’ A S S IS T A N T S .

2
4
13
10
26
5
2
1

7.9
8.6
8.0
7.8
8.0
8 .2
8.9
10.7

1

Total......................

30

63

8.1

1

1
1

2

1
1
1
1
3

7

1
1
9
7
22
5
1
46

2
2
1
1
6

SO.506
.722
.401
.450
.582
.522
.533
.241
1
1

.519

2
2

1
2

1

1
1

1
4

2

3

4

CLOAKS,

2
4
5
5
7
4
2
1

S:

Baltimore.....................
Boston.............................
Chicago.............................
C incinnati...................
Cleveland.........................
New York.
Philadelphia........
...
Other cities......................

7
12
22
35
2
1

8.1
7.5
8.0
8.4
8 .2
8.3

Total......................

28

79

8.1

1

1

1

6
8
22
32
2
1

SO.703
.571
.731
Cleveland
.552
1
.439
.505

2

71

3

1

1

1
1

.615

1

149




2

1

SKIRTS.

7
4
6
8
2
1

SUITS, AN
D

E X A M IN E R S .

Boston.............................
Chicago.............................
.........................
New York........................
Philadelphia....................
Other cities......................

CLOTHING,

Baltimore........................
Boston...........
Chicago............................
Cincinnati............... .
Cleveland ......................
New York........................
Philadelphia....................
St. Louis..........................

OST

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

30
U n­ and
der un­
30 der
cts. 35
cts.

35
40
and and
un­ un­
der der
45
40
cts. cts.

45
50
60
70
and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der
50
60
70
80
Cts. Cts. cts. cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1.

$1
Mid
un­
der
$1.25,

9

6

5
1

1

$1.25 $1.50
and and
un­ un­
der der
$1.50. $1.75.

$1.75
and $2
un­ and
der over.
$2.

jo

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

4
20
38
8
157
17
9
2

8.3
8.2
8.3
8.5
8.1
8.2
10.2
7.7

1

2

1

5

1

2

1

Total......................

38

255

8.2

6

3

3

4

4

4
18
16
4
69
9
1
1

1
9
3
41
4
1

47

122

59

1
5
1
35
4

$0,386
.487
.465
.496
.589
.509
7
.454
.478

4

11

.542

2
1
3
1
6
2

1
1
1

3

15

1
4
8

1
6
6

18
1
3
1

25
5
5

12
2

33

48

27

53

28

25

10

6

6

1

1
1
5
2
2
3

1
1
7
3
2
6
1
1

2
4
17
12
13
33
7
4

5
18
12
10
23
51
16
3

7
16
10
7
19
87

2
11
19
4

22
5

21
3

4
5
25
6
19
34
50
9

7
8
20
16
35
39
42
7

3
3
7
4
13
27
10
1

22

92

138

1/8

159

152

174

74

2
8

4
9
5
31
3

3
2
1
19
3

1
24

1

1

jo

2
6
6
3
11
6
3
1

h o an

Baltimore . . . * .................
Boston.............................
Chicago............................
Cincinnati........................
New York........................
Philadelphia....................
St. Louis..........................
Other cities......................

nvaaaa

hhi

Locality.

Employees whose average hours worked
Aver­ per Week day for the pay-roll period were—
Num­ Num­ age
hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em­
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
ed Un­ and and and and and and and
lish­ ployper
un­
un­
ments
week der der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ der
der der der der der
4.
9.
5.
7.
10. 11.
6.
8.

s ix a T m s

MALES—Concluded.

B a ltim o r e .....*..............
BostOh............................*
Chicago........* ..................
Cincinnati...................
Cleveland........* ............. .
New York...................... .
Philadelphia........... . . . . .
St. Louis................. . . . . .

5
7
7
7
6
10
6
4

32
70
129
68
162
361
176
38

Total......................

52

1,036




8.3
7.9
7.8
7.8
7.6
8.4
8.8

2

1

4
4

1
2
1

9.2

1

8.2

11

5

9
1
4
3

17

3
g
1
11
38
2

3
9
8
10
36
23
2

29
54
88
56
105
200
91
6

1
101
80
9

$0,868
.816
.846
.828
.925
.836
.929
22
.967

53

91

629

208

,22

1
16

.871

1

1
1
2

1

4

1
2
3
2
1
9

14

20
79

2
3
2
6

1
5

5
18

5

1

• o u s h t is
s

O PER A T O R S, G E N E R A L .

PATTERN GRADERS.
2
5
2
2

3
11
2
2

8.1
7.8
8.7
8.0

1

Total......................

11

18

8.0

1

1

3
8
1
1

3

13

2

< 701
tn
.723
.772
.705

1

1
1

2
10
1
2

1

.723

1

2

15

1

2
13
2
14
17
15

8
13
2

2

1
5
4
1

8
2

2

3

1

7
3

13
4

15

2

67

39

28

27

4

CLOTHING,

Chicago ..........................
Cleveland.........................
New York........................
Other cities......................

P R E S S E R S , H A N D A N D M A C H IN E .
13
32
49
48
136
191
46
19

7.9
7.9
8.1
7.7
8.3

Total......................

55

534

8.1

7.8

8.8

1

2
13

1

2

3
1
7
2

1

9.5

15

2

3

13

2

1

8
20

1

7
19
37
28
< 102
J
83
66
1 44
2
1
107

322

11
26

1

5
53

19

3
5
2
1

1

.077

3 !

12

6

9

1

4

2
13
4
1
60
103
5
2

18

12

134

190

1

1
1
1

5
3
8
4
53
57

2

$0. G92
.698
.718
.713
5
.618
.625
.950
10
.726
4

3
5
27

7
3

1
1

4

2

CLOAKS,

5
7
7
9
7
11
5
4

W O M E U 's:

Baltimore........................
Boston.............................
Chicago............................
Cincinnati......................
Cleveland...............
New York......................
Philadelphia....................
St. Louis........................

SA M PLE M AK ERS.
2
2
2
6
7

52

1

Total.............................

23

2
4
G
28

1

13
1

8.0
8.8
8.5
7.8
8.0
8.8
10.3

106

8.1

4

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

4
3

G
22
35
8

8
4

8

73

14

1

$0.740
.672
.617
.637
1 .599
1
.668
.685
1

1

4

1
1

1 ..
j

1 .. .
1

1

SUITS, AN
D

Boston.............................
Chicago............................
Cincinnati........................
Cleveland.........................
New York......................
Philadelphia....................
Other cities.....................

1 .. . .
!

...

30
1

8
1

4

32

65

6

3

11
6

9
3

9
5

5
4

2
3

5
O

3

2

17

.025

20

12

14

9

5

8

3

2

___ I____

SKIRTS.

T A IL O R S.
3
1

46
30

8.2
8.0

5
1

1

2

27
29

11

$0.710
.895

Total.............................

4

76

8.1

6

1

2

56

11

-.767




i
|
1
" "1.......

1

1 1

4
1
5

151

New York........................
Other cities......................

152

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

U n­
der
12
cts.

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

3
7
2
1

1
3
2

1
1

2

4
8
1
2
1

1

8

16

....
13

6

2

1
2

1
19
10
5

18
and
un­
der
20
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­ cts.
der and
80 over.
cts.

THE

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

3
3

12
and
un­
der
14
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Locality.

Employees whose average hours worked
Aver­ per week day for the pay-roll period were—
age
N um ­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of
10
estab­ em­ work­
7
8
9
5
6
4
ed
lish­ ploy- per U n­ and and and and and and and
ments
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
day. 4. der der der der der der der
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11.

AS S O R T E R S AND T R IM M E R S .

12
22
6
4
4

Total.............................

16

48

1

3

SO.289
10
1
.304
16 Cleveland.........................
.367
6
.267
3
1
.219

2

8.0

1
5

1

8.2
7.8
8.2
8.7
7.4

9

35

2

1
1

.298

1

1

O
F

5
6
2
2
1

BUREAU

New York.......................
St. Louis..........................
Other cities......................

Chicago............................

1

LABOR

B U SH ELE R S AND B U T T O N S E W E R S .

Total....................




2
6
2
7
4
5
4

8
84
19
48
29
49
4

8.3
7.4
7.7
7.2
8.0
7.7
8.6

30

241

7.6

9
1
4

3

7
1
4
1
2

8
2
5
4
4

8
40
15
32
22
33
4

8

15

23

154

2

3

2

1
1
1

16

5

2

15
1
4
20

$0.352
.300
.233
.348
.399
.293
.344
.317

.
1

2

3

21
7
8
1
14
1

4
27

1
14

1
3

1

9
6
20

6
13
5
1

8
7

4

10
1

1

1
1

46

52

66

40

19

4
1

1

5

1

1
6

STATISTICS.

Boston.............................
Chicago............................
Cincinnati........................
Cleveland.........................
New York.................
Philadelphia .........
St. Louis..........................

CLEANERS.
3
3
2

16
5
2

7.1
8.0
8.1

1

Total.............................

8

23

7.4

1

1

1

2

2

4
2
6

8
3
2

$0.247
.171 1
.235

13

.230

2
1

2

2

2

7

9

1

1

8

10

----

-----

C U T T E R S ’ A S S IS T A N T S .

3
2

4
3

7.6
7.1

1

3
2

1

$0,419
.234

2

1

1

2

1

Total.............................

5

7

7.4

1

5

1

.340

2

1

1

2

1

2 ■
7

8
1

1
7

2

1

1

2
1

3
2
1

1
1
2
1

2
3
5

2

8

1

11

12

14

7

10

9

2

1

1
12
15
5
2
4
6

4
9
20
23
4
3
6

12
17
11
10
62
6
6
4

1
13
7
5
68
11
12
1

2
9
13
9
59
8
12
4

7
10
6
11
32

4
13
4
2
6
9

45

75

128

118

116

WOMEN

Cleveland.........................
Other cities......................

CLOTHING,

Cleveland.........................
St. L ouis..........................

E X A M IN E R S .

2
23
11
20
5
6
1

8.5
7.9
7.7
7.5
8.8
8.1
8.2

1 •

Total.............................

25

68

7.9

1

1

1
1

1

4
2

1
1

1

3

6

1
20
7
15
3
5
1
52

1
1
2

4

$0,481
.326
.303
.453
.308
.306
.367
.362

1
2

F IN IS H E R S .

17
66
88
94
249
56
93
34

7.9
7.7
8.3
7.6
7.5
7.9
8.2
8.3

T otal....1..

51

697

7.8




2

......
11
1

3
1
3

1
2
2
1
7
1

16

7

14

3
13
4
15
1
2

4
5
30
36
56
15
8
3

12
53
36
50
157
34
77
26

5
6
4

$0,363
.428
.445
.343
.445
.470
.486
.395

38

157

445

20

.433

1
4

1

1

1

8

1

1

1

8

58

SKIRTS.

4
6
7
9
7
8
6
4

AN
D

Baltim ore...
Boston.........
Chicago........
Cincinnati...
Cleveland__
New York...
Philadelphia.
St. L o n i G ____

2

SUITS,

2
5
'7
5
3
2
1

St CLOAKS,

Boston.............................
Chicago............................
Cincinnati........................
Cleveland.........................
Philadelphia...................
St. L ouis..........................
Other cities......................

38
Ol

CO

154

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES—Concluded.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

U n­
der
12
cts.

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

18
and
un­
der
20
cts.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­ cts.
der and
80 over.
cts.

52
115
352
45
4

6.8
7.4
7.3
7.6
7.4

5
1
5
1

2
2
13
1

4
2
19

Total.............................

25

568

7.3

12

18

25

8
13
29
5

17
65
127
10
4

16
32
159
28

$0,451
.379
.394
.350
.486

55

223

235

.394

1

1

3
1
1

1
2
1

1
8
5
5*

1
27
57
10

7
11
66
11
1

12
16
71
4

12
14
49
7

11
14
52
2
1

3
15
35
3
i

1
5
9

5

4

19

95

96

103

82

80

57

16

4
6
25
13
1

Total.............................

15

49

1

8.4
8.0
7.7
7.9
6.4
7.8

2
2

2
i

1

3

2

2

3
7
1

4
3
16
10

$0,302
.269
.325
.269
.335

1
1
3
6

1
4
6
4

1
1
7
3
1

6

2

11

33

.302

11

15

13

7

2

1

1

3

5

5

2

-

P R E SSE R S, H AN D

A llciti6s..........................




2

19

7.1

1

2

4

5

7

$0,437

2

8

STATISTICS.

3
3
5
3
1

3
1

1

OPERATORS , SPECIAL M A C H IN E .

Chicago............................
Cincinnati........................
Cleveland.........................
St. Louis..........................
Other cities......................

4
2

LABOE

5
8
7
3
2

O
F

Chicago............................
Cincinnati........................
Cleveland........................
St. Louis..........................
Other cities......................

BUREAU

OPER ATO RS, G EN ER A L.

THE

12
and
un­
der
14
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Locality.

Employees whose average hours worked
Aver­ per week day for the pay-roll period were—
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
em­
estab­
10
6
7
9
4
5
8
ed
lish­ ploy- per U n­ and and and and and and and
ments
week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der der
day. 4. der der 7.
8.
9.
5.
6.
10. 11.

;

SAMPLE MAKERS.
All cities.. -......................

2

2

8.1

2

1

$0,464

1

1

1

|

A ll cities...........................

2

8.0

I
1

.... j

2

1
1

$0,774

1
1

I
1

1
1

2

WOMEN
S:
CLOAKS,
SUITS,
AN
D
SKIBTS.

155




1

CLOTHING,

T A IL O R S.

C L O T H I N G , W O M E N ’S :

D R ESSES

A N D

W A IS T S .

BULLETIN

MALES.
[Pay-roll period: One week.]

worked were—

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1.

$1
and $1 .25
un­ and
der over
$1.25

C U T T E R S.
8.1
7.8
8.6
7.0
7.9
8.3
8.3

T otal.....................

54

181

7.7

3
5

1

1

1

2
1

9

4

2

4
1

2

5

4
55
7

9
20
10
6
9
9
3

2
8
1
5
10

2

67

66

26

2

$0.710
.529
.664
.842
.592
.494
.608

1

2

9
5
1
9
8
1

5
3
8
5
8
3
2

5
4
4
26
3

4
18

1
17

4

2

14

33

34

42

22

18

4

2

3
1
1
1

2

3
2
1

1
3

STATISTICS.

10
28
-22
73
23
22
3

LABOR

5
8
6
19
9
5
2

6

3

6'

4

3

6

3

3

3
5

1

.687

5

6

4

1
3

4

C U T T E R S’ A S S IS T A N T S .
Chicago............................
Cleveland........................
New York.......................
Philadelphia...................
Other cities.....................

3
4
5
3
2

5
12
8
3
2

8.0
8.0
7.2
8.2
8.7

T otal.....................

17

30

7.9




1

1

1

1

1
1

2

1
6

4
5
1
3
1

7

14

4
1

$0.388
.428
.550
1.376
.388
.446

d l.......

1

1
1

1

5

O
F

Boston.............................
Chicago...........................
Cleveland........................
New Y ork.......................
Philadelphia...................
St. Louis.........................
Other cities.....................

BUREAU

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

THE

Employees whose average hours worked per
Em ployees whose earnings per hour
Aver­ week "day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
age
ber of
earn­
20
25
35
30
40
45
50
60
estab­ ber of work­
9
ings Un­ and and and and and and and and
4
5
6
7
8
10
em­
ed
lish­ ployees.
per
Un­ and and and and and and and
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
per
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ hour
ments.
20 der der der der der der der der
week
4. der der der der der der der worked. cts. 25
30
35
40
45
50
60
70
day.
6.
8.
9.
7.
5.
10. 11.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

O
F

Locality.

156

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND OCCU­
PATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

1

OPERATORS, GENERAL.
1

7
29
20
61
11
5

7. 4
7.4
7.5
7.3
7. 4
8.8

1
1

T otal.....................

26

136

7.4

3

2

2

9
3
5
1

9
6
50
10
2

18

77

0
9
10
8
3

2
1

1

36

.822

3

1

1

1

1

2

1
1

1

4

3

2

14

17

21

3

2
1

2
1

1

3

3

3

1

il
1
1 I
i

1
1

3
2
4
3
1
2

1
6
6
1

15

1
5

1
5
1
8
1

11
2
14
1

2
1
8
1

16

28

12

O PER ATO RS, SPECIAL M A C H IN E.

8
3

7.0
6.3

1
1

5

11

6.8

2

5

1
!

2
2
4

SO 775
.
.732

1

.763

1

W O M E N 'S:

T otal........

4
2
6

New Y ork......
.........
Philadelphia.......

PATTERN G RADERS.

B oston................
Chicago.
Cleveland . .
Other cities. . .
T otal........

. .

2
2
2
2

2
2
3
2

7.7
8.3
9.5
8.5

1

8

9

8.6

1

1
2 ;

1

\\

1

6 j

X

SO 791
.
.728
.765
1.083

1

.833

----5

1
1

32

7.9

45

10

WAISTS,

Total..

SO.588
766
918
858
511
481

7.7
8.3
7.5
7.3
7.7
9.0

Boston.........
Chicago.......
Cleveland...
New York...
Philadelphia
St. Louis—

AN
D

PRESSERS.

-----

DRESSES

15

1
2
2

1

$0.641
. 956
.663
.940
.624
.426

CLOTHING,

2
4
4
12
2
2

1
3
3
10

2 1

Boston.............................
Chicago...........................
Cleveland........................
New Y ork.......................
Philadelphia...................
St. Louis......................

12

SAMPLE MAKERS.
Ail cities.




7.3

! $0. 713

Ol

158

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

Un­
der
16
cts.

18
and
un­
der
20
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

2
4
5
3
1

4
7
1
6
1

1
3
2

1
5

1
3

1

2

2

15

19

6

6

4

1

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
SI.

$1
and $1.25
un­ and
der over.
$1.25

--- -

-----

1

2

1
1

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

1

THE

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

A SS O R T E R S AND T R IM M E R S .

6
14
20
14
3

7.7
7.5
6.9
7.7
8.2

18

57

7.4

2
1

3

1
1

2

1
1
2

2

4

3

1

1
9
4

5
8
6
8
1

14

28

I

1

$0,259
.288
.335
.239
.217

1

3

.286

1

2

O
F

Total........

3
4
5
4
2

BUREAU

Chicago.....................
Cleveland.................
New York................
Philadelphia............
St. Louis...................

LABOR

BU TTO N HOLE M A K E R S .

2
1

3
1

7.8
8 .0

1

Total...............

3

4

7.9

1

2
1
3

$0,367
.616

1

1

1

.429

................

1

1

1

1

STATISTICS.

Philadelphia............
Other cities..............

1

CLEAN ERS.

Boston......................
Cleveland.................
New York................
Other cities..............

3
4
12
3

3
37
59
5

8 .0
7 .2
7 .3
6 .7

3
1
1

1
1

Total..............

22

104 j

7 .3

5

2




1
10
26

2
18
22

3

1
5
1

4
4

7

8

37

$0.182
.226
.293
.191

'15

.261

25
8

4
8

2
14
1

13

3

2

2
6
6
1

7

15

33

• 12

17

13

3

1
3
1

4

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
Aver­ week day for the pay-roll period were—
Num­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
4
6
8
9
5
7
10
lish­ ploy­ ed Un­ and and and and and and and
ments ees. per der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
week 4. der der der der der der der
day.
9.
6.
7.
5.
8.
10. 11.

—

-----

DRAPERS.
Boston
Chicago.....................
Cleveland.................
New York................
Philadelphia. ...
St. Louis..............

27
28
19
89
10
15

6.9
7. 9
8.2
7. 7
7.8
8.4

2

28

188

7.7

3

1

1
1

1
2

1

3

I
4

6

1

11
1
2
6
1

2
1
3
47
4
2

10
23
9
12
5
6

5
18

21

59

65

6

1

30

.470

1

5
3

7
9

1

1

1
6

4
4

4
1

8
6
4
1
1
1

1

1

10

16

21

21

2

1
3

2

8

4

10

57

7

2

1

4

14

59

15

6

1

4

1
1

2

G
4
1
7

2

18

EM B R O ID E R E R S.

.................
.........

2
1

3
10

8.1
8.2

Total.....................

3

13

8.1

Chicago

Other cities
1
1

2
7

$0,281
.211

1

2

6

3

9

.230

1

2

6

1

2

1
5
13

2

2

3
12
2

6
24
2
2
2
1

3

4

36

37

1

E X A M IN E R S .

Boston......................
Chicago .................
Cleveland ................
New York................
Philadelphia............
St. Lonis...................
Other cities..............

2
5
6
17
6
4
2

3
18
50
38
12
14
3

7.1
6.5
7.9
7.5
7.9
8.0
8.2

Total.....................

42

138

7.7

2

2
1
2

1

2
3
3
1

1
3

5

1

9

1
10
29
7
1

1
10
35
3
5
9
3

48

66

$0,309
.255
.282
.447
.240
.217
.240

3
3
6

.313

1
3
7
4
3

1
1
2
5

3
9

1
10

6

1

18

9

12

11

6

1

20
9
20
10
8
7

3
15
5
35
5
3

4
17
3
32
3

9
6
5
23
1

3
8
3
12

3
4
22

10
1

74

66

59

44

26

29

11

1

'
1

WAISTS.

F IN IS H E R S .

5
9
6
17
8
4
1

43
73
61
159
30
43
3

7.2
7.4
7.2
7.1
7.2
7.3
8.3

7
6
13
3
7

2
2
5
4
1
1

Total.....................

50

412

7.2

36

15




4

10
6
2
11
2
1

13
9
11
102
12
3

15
45
32
16
12
17
3

14

32

150

140

3
4
1
2

3
11

1

10
24

1

$0,349
.348
.294
.417
.275
.199
.200
.345

3
12

3
5

1
3
1

1
14
19
9
5
13
2

15

8

9

£3

4

2
6

8

159

Boston......................
Chicago.....................
Cleveland.................
New York................
Philadelphia............
St. Louis...................
Other cities..............

AN
D

1
2

W O M E N ’ S: DRESSES

1
2

$0.525
.367
.328
.573
.306
.247

CLOTHING,

Total...........

5
4
3
10
3
3

160

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES—Concluded.

Employees .whose earnings per hour worked were—
18
and
un­
der
20
cts.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
$1
cts. and
and un­ $1.25
un­ der and
der $1.25 over.
$1.

221

115

65

59

32

1
14
2

25
4

2

2

2

1

1

9 ' 17

29

2

2

2

1

1

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

THE

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

108

Un­
der
16
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Locality.

Employees whose averagehours worked per
Aver­ week day for the pay-roll period were—
age
Num ­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of
5
6
estab­ em­ work­
4
7
8
9
10
ed
lish­ ploy­ per Un­ and and and and and and and
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
ments ees.
day. 4. der der der der der der der
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11.

OPERATORS, G E N E R AL.

7.4
7.1
7.3
7.0
7.2
7.8
7.6

2
16
14
29
5
3
1

54 1,354

7.2

70

1
4
8
22
8
5
1

7
27
28
81
53
13
6

37
71
51
291
108
29
7

19
80
105
12
64
68
28

26 1 49

215

594

376

7
6
9
3
1

$0,498
406
380

653
424
278

24

LABOR

66
205
212
444
241
143
43

O
F

Total.........

5
8
6
18
10
5
2

BUREAU

Boston.........
Chicago.......
Cleveland...
New Y o rk ...
Philadelphia
St. Louis___
Other c ities..

O PERATORS, SPECIAL M A C H IN E .

Total.....................




2

13
6
5
2

2
35
113
65
33
43
15

7.8
7.5
7.2
6.9
7.4
8.3
7.7

4
12
5
1

7
2

38

306

7.3

22

9

5
5

6
7
1
2
1

2
7
7
5
2
1

1
5
21
31
11
3
3

1
24
59
12
15
22
10

17

24

75

143

1
14
15

$0.355
.284
.257
1
.471
.355
.214
.285
1

.312

1

6

5
1

6

7

6

6

5
68
2
3
17
5

15
19
3
6
6
4

1
12
17
4
7
3
3

1
1
5
6
10

100

53

47

24

1

1
3
3
1

,

i

STATISTICS.

Boston......................
Chicago.....................
Cleveland.................
New Y ork................
Philadelphia............
St. Louis...................
Other cities..............

PRESSERS.

124793'

Total..........

4

4

1

4

4

8

1

6
4
1
2
13

2
2
6
34
5
1
50

2
7
21
8
5
8

1

51

1

$0,357
.288
.272
.522
.357
.205
.167
.372

1

1
1 1 6
20
13
1
4
3
3
9

1

34

1

1
1

1

26

3
1
4
6

14

1
1
2
6

1
6
1

16
1

6

10

8

17

1
3
1
4

1
1
5
3
4
2

1
1
1
12

1

16

15

1
3

3

1

2

4

3

1

2

SA M P L E M A K E R S .

B o sto n .....................
Chicago .................
Cleveland ...............
New York
..
Philadelphia .
St. Louis...................
Other cities..............
Total

................

4
10
11
37
12
7
1

7.9
8.0
7.8
7.0
7.6
8.7
8.3

1

28

82

7.5

1

2

2

1
1

2
1

i

3

6

1
1
4
24
7
1

3
8
6
5
3
4
1

38

30

2
2

$0.468
.399
.387
.496
.346
.353
.320
.432

1
1

6
1

1

8

4
3
3
2
2
1
15

10

1
4

1

4

2

*

1
-----

9

12

AN
D
WAISTS.
161




3
5
6
4
5
4
1

W O M E N ’ S: DRESSES

2
3
1

CLOTHING,

7.7
8.1
6.7
7.3
6.8
7.8
7.5

Boston...........
Chicago.........
Cleveland___
New Y o rk ...
Philadelphia.
o St. Louis.......
| Other cities..

C L O T H I N G , W O M E N ’S :

H O U SE

D R ESSES.

BULLETIN

MALES.
[Pay-roll period: One week.]

per hour worked were—

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

1
1

2

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1.

BUREAU

45
and
un­
der
50
Cts.

THE

Employees whose average hours
worked per week day for the pay­
Employees whose earnings
roll period were—
Aver­
Aver­
Num­ Num­
age
age
ber of
hours
earn­
25
estab­ ber of worked
35
ings
30
20
40
5
em­
6
7
8
4
lish­ ployees. per
per
Un­ and and and and and
ments.
week Un­ and and and and and and hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ worked, 20
der
der
der
der
der
day.
4. der der der der der der
cts.
25
30
35
40
45
6.
9.
7.
5.
10.
8.
ets. cts. cts. cts. cts.

O
F

Locality.

162

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

CUTTERS.

7.5
8.0
8.5
7.8

1

Total............................................

14

38

8.1

1

1

6
1
8
10
3
2
1
Other4cities

1

5

1
1

28

2

$0.523
.601
.533
.552

1
1

.552

2

CUTTERS* A S S IS T A N T S .

St, Louis..,
other cities.

9.0
7.0

>.367
. 424

Total.,,..

7.4'

.413




3
3
2
8

*

1

7
1

7
3
1

1
1
1

3

10

11

3

1

1

STATISTICS,

7
10
15
6

LABOR

4
3
3
4

O
F

C hicago.,,........................-........
New York........................, ........ .
8t, Louis.........................................
.....................................

OPERATORS.
New York.......................................
Other cities.....................................

3
1

6
2

8.2
7.7

1

6
1

$0.354
.470

2

Total............................................

4

8

8.0

1

7

.383

2

i
1

2
1
3

2
1

PRESSERS.

4

5

8.2

2

2

1

......J

$0.579

1

1

CLOTHING,

All cities....................................... .

3

SA M P LE M AK ERS.

3

7.8

1

2

$0,363

1

1

2

I

' "1

'

1
1

HOUSE
DEESSBS.

163




2

W O M E N ’ S:

All cities..........................................

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

H
*

FEM ALES.

per hour worked were—

50
and
un­
der
60.
cts.

2
2
3
4

10
4
11
46

7.7
8.0
8.3
7.6

1
1

2

7

Total............................................

11

71

7.7

2

2

8

1

2
1

4
1
1
4

2
2
9
21

1
16

3

1

2

3

10

34

17

3

1

1

1

1

9

3

2
1
1
1

1

1

2

10

4

1
2
1
1 1 10
1
.L _
3
12

1

1

10

8
3
11
26

$0.189
.191
.230
.243

1

11

48

.230

1

1

1

2

LABOR

F IN ISH E R S.

2
3
2
3
1

4
4
14
15
3

7.2
7 .9
7 .5
7l 3
7.6

Total............................................

11

40

7.4




1
1

1
1

1

1

1
4
4
1
10

1
1
2
2

2
2
7
8
2

$0.145
.212
.241
.141
.306

6

21

.196

5

2

2

STATISTICS.

Baltimore.......................................
Chicago............................................
New Y ork.......................................
St. L ouis.........................................
Other cities.....................................

-----

O
F

Baltim ore.......................................
Chicago............................................
St. Louis.........................................
Other cities.....................................

BUREAU

E X A M IN E R S .

THE

30
35
40
45
and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der
35
40
45
50
cts. cts. cts. cts.

O
F

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

BULLETIN

Locality.

Num­
ber of
estab­
lish­
ments.

Employees whose average hours
worked per week day for the pay­
Employees whose earnings
roll period were—
Aver­
Aver­
age
age
Num ­ hours
earn­
ber of worked
ings
12
14
18
20
16
em­
5
6
7
4
8
per
per
ployees. week Un­ and and and and and and hour Un­ and and and and and
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
day.
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ worked. 12
der
der
der
der
der
25
4. der der der der der der
cts.
14
16
18
20
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

OPERATORS, GENERAL.
B altim ore...
Chicago........
New Y ork...
Philadelphia.
St. Louis___
Other cities..

2
4
2
2
3
2

49
50
58
117
123
43

7.3
7.2
6.3
7.2
7.5
6.6

2
4
2
7
5
2

2
1
3
4
2
3

3
23
7
5
4

9
6
13
8
8
8

6
6
7
35
31
23

30
30
10
56
72
3

$0,261
.270
.347
.287
.240
.329

T otal.........

15

440

7.2

22

15

42

52

108

201

.281

92

24

16

53

20

13

CLOTHING,

O P ER ATO RS, SPECIAL M A C H IN E .

Total............................................

2
4
2
3
3
14

8
14
8
59
14

7.6
7.9
6.5
7.9
7.5

103

7.7

1
1

1
1

2

1
2
1
4

1
1
1
5
1

1
3
18
10

6
11
1
34
3

$0,287
.255
.330
.250
.332

9

32

55

.274

1
1
1

1
6

1

4
4
2
16
3

3
10
7

1
3
2
2

1
2

3

1

3
1

5

21

4

5

28

29

23

8

4

2
7
11

1
1
3
11

1
6

1
2

20

16

7

3

6

2
2
1

1
2

1

6

5

3

1

W O M E N ’ S:

Baltimore.......................................
Chicago............................................
New York.......................................
St. L o u is.......................................
Other cities.....................................

P RESSERS.

4
35
16
39

7.3
6.5
6.5
6.6

6
2
6

1
3
2
2

2
1
1

3
1
7

7
8
15

3
14
2
8

$0,243
.203
.320
.297

2

3
31
2
7

Total............................................

10

94

6.6

14

8

4

11

30

27

.264

2

43

1
2
3

SAM PLE M AKERS.

Chicago
St. Louis
Other cities

....
................................
...
.................

Total

2
9
4

8.2
8.2
8.1

1
1

2
8
3

$0,314
.292
.381

7

15

8.2

2

13

.319

1

165




2
2
3

DRESSES.

2
2
3
3

HOUSE

Chicago............................................
New Y ork.......................................
St. Louis .......................................
Other cities.....................................

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND OCCU­
PATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
C L O T H I N G , W O M E N ’S :

W H IT E

G O O DS.

m a i .e s .

BULLETIN

[Pay-roll period: One week.]

Employees whose earnings per h-our worked were—

40
and
un*
der
45
ets.

.45
and
un­
der
50
ets.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
unr
der
90
cts.

90
cts. $1
and and
un­ over.
der
$1.

CUTTERS.

1

8
20
£
1

8.7
7.4
9. 0
8.7

13

31

7.0

i
3

2

4

2

4
15
1
1

3
i

SO 565
.435
.416
.673

1

21

4

.475

1

2
.......
2

2
1

2

8

3

2

8

3
1
4

3
2

1
2

5

4

1

1

1
1

1

LABOR

Total........................................

4
6
2

O
F

Chicago .....................................
New Y ork...................................
Worcester....................................
Other cities......................................

'

FEM ALES.

12
35
45
50
14
16
25
18
40
20
30
Un­ and and and and and and and and and and and
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
12 der der der der der der der der der der der
60
25
35
45
50
30
40
18
14
16
20
cts.
cts.

Cljicagp .................................... „ ,......
N$w Y ork......... .. ..........................

3
4

9
55

6- 5
7.1

2
6

1

1
5

3
I 17

3
26

$0,247
.305

1

Total........................................

7

64

7.0

8

1

6

20

29

.297

1




cts.

cts.

cts.

cts.

cts.

cts.

cts.

cts.

cts.

2

3

5
12

2
14

7

1
9

4

2

2

2

3

17

16

7

10

4

2

2

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

STATISTICS.

AS SO R T E R S ANJD T & IM O T R S .

cts.

BUREAU

25
30
35
and and and
un? un^ un­
der der der
30
35
40
cts. cts. cts.

THE

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

O
J

Locality.

Num­ Num­
ber ol
estab­ ber ol
em­
lish­
ments. ployees.

Employees whose average hours
worked per week day for the pay­
roll period were—
Aver­
Aver­
age
age
earn­
hours
worked
ings
4
9
5
G
7
8
U n­
per
per
week U n­ and and and and and and hour der
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ worked. 20
day.
4. der der der der der der
cts.
7.
10.
8.
9.
6.
5.

CUTTERS.
All c i t ie s . . ... . . .................................

X

2

8.0

1

1

$0,334

2
E M B R O ID E R E R S.

All cities............................................

2

6

1

8 .3

4

2

$0,221

1

4

1

1

1
1

|

1

j

1

CLOTHING,

E X A M IN E R S .
New Y ork.............................
Philadelphia...............................
Other cities....................................
T otal........................................

64
4
23

7 .3
8 .4
8 .1

2

10

91

7 .5

2

2

10

22

2

2

26
4
15

2

$0,2 55
.14 6
.1 8 6

2

1

3

3

12

24

45

2

.233

2

2
5
3

$ 0,290
.176
.20 9

1

10

.251

1

4

6
1
11

18

1
1
2

4

18

1
3

31

9

25

31

9

4
1
2

5

2

2

2

7

W O M E N ’ S:

2
1

6
2
2

F IN IS H E R S .
6
2
2

16
6
4

6 .1
8 .4
7 .5

2

Total........................................

10

26

6 .9

2

3

3

6
1

1
3

1

3

7

1
1

1

1

1

4

7

6

2

2

2

2

2
1

2
5

2
10

1
4

3

3

3

7

12

5

3

3

WHITE

New Y ork...................................
Philadelphia...............................
Other cities........................................

F O L D E R S A N D R IB B O N E R S .
3
4
1

17
26
1

7 .6
7 ,1
7 .5

2
4

Total.............. ........................

8

44

7 .3

6

5
5

1

5

10
11

1

5

1

11

21

$0.184
.29 7
.14 7

1

.2 5 0

1

7

GOODS.

Chicago..............................................
New Y ork.........................................
Other cities.......................................

1
8

2

O P E R A T O R S, G E N E R A L .
Chicago..............................................
New Y ork.........................................
Philadelphia.....................................
Worcester...........................................




107
103
45
26

14

281

7 .2
7 .3
7 .6
7 .8

6
4
1

2
1

7 .4

11

3

8
3
2
13

15
10
4
” P’
29

21
44
17
8

55
41
23
16

$0.276
. 365
.277
.29 2

90

135

.3 1 0

1

3

6

3

2
2

40
9
8
5

14
10
12
7

30
26
8
7

10
25
6
5

1
20
2

1
7

3

1
6
1

4

6

10

62

43

71

46 j

23

8

8

167

Total...................................

4
6
2
2

168

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND, EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES—Concluded.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

18
and
un­
der
20
cts.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

6
45
2
3

2
29
2
3

1
20
2
1

1
14

60
and
un­
der
70

14

cts.

THE

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

O P ER ATO RS, SP E C IA L.

4
6
2
1

21
155
9
14

8.2
6.9
7.6
7.6

1
9

T otal........................................

13

199

7.1

10

9
1

8

10

8

1
12
1

5
81
2
12

14
36
5
2

$0.304
.366
.331
.338

1

14

100

57

.356

1

4
7

1

1

1

7
25
3
1

1

1

1

2

12

36

56

36

24

15

15

1

9

1
8

1
5

5

1
5

2

5

6

2

O
F

1

BUKEAU

Chicago..............................................
New Y ork...................................
Worcester....................................
Other cities.......................................

O
F

12
and
un­
der
14
cts.

BULLETIN

Locality.

Employees whose average hours
worked per week day for the pay­
roll period were—
Aver­
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
age
earn­
ber of ber of hours'
estab­ em­ worked
ings
6
7
8
9
4
5
per
lish­
per
U n­
Un­
and
and
ments. ployees. week der and un­ and and and un­ hour der
un­
un­ un­ un­
worked. 12
day.
4. der der der der der der
cts.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
5.

P R E SSE R S.

4
38
5
1

8.3
6. 7
7.4
7.5

T otal......... .............................

10

48

6.9

8

8

4

4

5
2

1
6
1
1

3
15
2

$0.379
.402
.193
.422

2

1
2
3

2

7

9

20

.379

2

6

2

9

2

2

1
9

7

1

1 ....... L
1

SAM PLE M A K E R S .

All cities............................................

2

4

8.5

I

4

$0,292

1
SLOPERS.

All cities............................................




1

5

7.2

2

2

1

$0,353

3
1

1

f
I.......

STATISTICS.

3
4
2
1

LABOR

Chicago..............................................
New Y ork.........................................
Philadelphia.'....................................
Other cities.......................................

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND OCCU­
PATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
C O A L : A N T H R A C IT E

(P e n n s y lv a n ia ).

MALES.
[Pay-roll period: One-half month.)
Employees whose average hours worked per week
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
hours
earn­
work­
45
50
70
90 SI $1.25 $1.50
60
30 35 40
ings
10 11
7
4
5
ed
per U n­and and and and and and and and cts
per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12 hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and and and and
week der. un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and work­ 30 der der der der der der der der un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over. ed. cts. 35 40 45
80 90 der $1.25 $1.50 $1.75
50
60
70
7.
10. 11 12.
5.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1
Aver-

Occupation.

$1.75
and $2
un­ and
der over.
$2.

INSIDE.

Total..................




8.0
9.1
7.9
6.7

1
14
25
37
85

SO.592
.561
.517
.507
.581

632

7.4
7.2
6.8

73 106
73
49
1023 1695

.526
.636
.840

1,857
247
479
121
1,200
67
41
190
247
104
170
163

5.6
7.6
7.7
9.2

30
116
234
342
656

22 12,281

12.

321
13
43
4
96
7
5
8
7
1
13
12

.639
.315
.499
.542
.519
.568
.577
.502
.558
.417
.695
.570

419
55
80
7

7.1 1376 529 921 1776 2864

217

.672

401

614

711

85

30

18

756 266

90

30

18

277

55

271 164 200

778 4938 1980

845 683

169

Blacksmiths................
Brattice m en..............
C agers...*...................
Car runners.................
Company miners.......
Company miners’ la­
borers .......................
Consideration m iners.
Contract miners.........
Contract miners’ la­
borers ......................
Door tenders (boys) .
Drivers........................
Engineers...................
Laborers......................
Machinists..................
Masons........................
Motor brakemen........
Motor men..................
Pump m en.................
Timbermen................
Trackmen...................

coal: anthracite.

N um ­ Number of ber of
estab­ em­
lish­ ploy­
ments ees.

170

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Concluded.

THE

OUTSIDE.




236

94

297

474

7.4 1612 623 1047 2073 3338 4134

279

436

.442 356 348

471

653

.616 478 619 203 1414

JL 1120
214

762

95

5700 2075

845 683

756

90

30

18

STATISTICS.

8.6

16,216

LABOR

935

Grand total.

79
16
53
45
37
74
21
381
116
36
33
58
43
7
57
14

O
F

Total..........

$0.444
.572
.458
.560
.454
.449
.532
.503
.410
.434
.448
.517
.434
.430
.485
.298
.452
.477

9.1
9.1
9.5
9.5
7.8
7.9
10.0
9.0
9.2
8.5
8.8
10.1
9.3
8.2
8.8
7.1
9.3
8.3

BUREAU

72
60
119
250
83
88
248
314
81
1,216
199
112
77
180
113
580
115
28

Ashmen................
Blacksmiths.........
Cagers..................
Carpenters...........
Car runners..........
Dumpers.............
Engineers............
Firemen...............
Jig runners..........
Laborers...............
Loaders................
Machinists...........
Oilers...................
Plate m e n ...........
Repair m en.........
Slaters ^b o y s)___
Timber cutters.. .
Trackmen............

O
P

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
70
90
45
50
60
ings
30 35 40
$1.25 $1.50 $1.75
per U n­ and and and and and and and and cts. $1
$2
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and and and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­
work­ 30 der der der der der der der der un­ der der' der der over.
60
80 90 der $1.25 $1.50 $1.75 $2.
50
70
ed. cts. 35 40 45
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1

BULLETIN

Occupation.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num ­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
em­
5
10 11
6
7
4
ed
lish- ploy- per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments
der. un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
week
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
10. 11. 12.
5. 6.
7.

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND OCCUPA­
TION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY.—Continued.
C O A L : B IT U M IN O U S .

MALES (INSIDE).
[Pay-roll period: One-half month.]

Locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em­
5
4
6
7
8
9 10 11
ed
lish­ ploy­ per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9. 10. 11. 12.

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

30 35 40 45
and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der
35 40 45 50
cts. cts. cts. cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

and
un­
der
90
cts.

26
14
26
19
6
258

11

4

18
1

1
1

592

13

BR A K EM E N .
Alabama.......
Colorado........
Illinois...........
Indiana..........
Iow a..............
Kansas..........
Kentucky___
Maryland___
Missouri.........
New Mexico..
Ohio..............
Oklahoma___
Pennsylvania.
Tennessee___
U ta h..............
Virginia.........
West Virginia

18
71
100
. 51
10
22
124
29
14
27
36
6
289
33
19
65
91

7.8
5.7
4.9
5.7
6.3
4.8
6.6
6.3
5.9
5.8
6.9
8.0
6.1
5.2
5.9
4.5
5.6

T o ta l...

1,005

5.9




$0.428
.023
.618
.614
.584
.025
.491
.596
.625
.654
.606
.625
.634
.428
.688
.438
.505
171

144

162

205

40

15

.577

IS
16
19
2
21

19

84
3
1
17

1

15

2

31

3
2

57
20

1
20

2
42

7 149

41

199

90
cts.
and
un­
der
.$1.

$1
and
un­
der
$1.25

$1.25 $1.50
and and
un­ un­
der der
$1.50 $1.75

$1. iO
and $2
un­ and
der over.
$2.

BITUMINOUS.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

and
un­
der
70
cts.

55
81
51
8
22

4

172

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION_OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES. (INSIDE)—Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1.

$1.25 $1.50
and and
un­ un­
der der
$1.50 $1.75

$1.75
and $2
un­ and
der over.
$2.

-----

$1
and
un­
der
$1.25

-----

THE

30 35 40 45
Un­ and and and and
der un­ un­ un­ un­
30 der der der der
cts. 35 40 45 50
cts. cts. cts. cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
N um ­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em­
4
5
6
8
9 10 11
7
lish­ ploy­ ed Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
per
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
der
day. 4. der der der der 9. der der der over.
7.
8.
10. 11. 12.
5.
6.

BR AT T ICE M E N AND T IM B E R M E N .

1
4
16 12
32 13
9 17
16
6
3
4
14 12
4
3
1
4
1
5
16 28
8 13
25 24
5
4
1
3
1
14
8
2

81

109

192

176 153

5.0
6.4
5.9
7.4
7.7
6.7
6.4
5. 6
6.3
7.1
8.2
7.1
6.6
6.6
6.8
4.2
7.6
4.3

10
7
23
3
3
4
9
6
1
1
2
4
17
1
2
9
2
5

3
4
4
16
1
3
1
4
12
2

163

932

6.6 .109

6
7
5
8

2
1
2
1
2
1

1
1

2
1

1

8
1
4
1

2
6

2

8

1

2

2

67

24

13

8

1

2

$0.491
.672
.626
.625
.627
.627
.514
.598
.627
.601
.627
.626
.626
.448
.691
.480
.517
.678
.606

1

2

7

17

15

5
1
2

33
39

1

6

9

31
2

3

2
1

1
8

ii’

16
23

3

4

24

52

152

55
153
44
64
33
1
7
19
19
69
51
137

4

8

2

1

1

1

1

4

8
15
683

9

5

STATISTICS.




9
47
6
5
6
11
8
8
6
4
13
41
3
1
8
9

1
1
3
3
17
4
1
1

3
7

7
21
4
9
7
3
6
4
1
2
1
34
2
1
1
5
1

24
57
156
44
64
34
56
46
19
23
70
51
172
18
10
19
54
15

LABOR

Total...

1
5
15

5
14
14
9
8
11
15
5
4
5
11
6
29
4
5
4
10
4

O
F

Alabama.......
Colorado........
Illinois...........
Indiana..........
Iow a..............
Kansas..........
Kentucky___
Maryland___
Missouri.........
New Mexico..
Ohio...............
Oklahoma___
Pennsylvania.
Tennessee___
U tah ..............
Virginia.........
W est Virginia
W yom ing___

BUREAU

'

CAGERS.
Colorado........
Illinois...........
Indiana.........
Iowg,..............
Kansas..........
Maryland___
Missouri.........
Ohio..............
Pennsylvania
W yom ing___
Other S tates.
T o ta l...

6.7
6.7
6.2
6.3
6.3
8.8
5.4
8.5
7.2
5.9
7.7
90

220

6.6

2
3
4
2
3
1
1

16

5
5
7
2
6

5
12
2
5

1

6

4*
2

4
1

3

35

32

4
4
8
2
3

5
3
4
5

1
5
2
3
2

1
3
3
1

3
4

5

3
2
11
1
1

39

39

29

20

1
12
6
1
8
1
2

i

1

1

i
1
l
2

5

2

$0.684
.621
.628
.628
.625
.620
.681
1
.625
.615
.677
1
.564

5

1

3

1

6

3
4

.630

11

13
34
42
19
31
2
16
11
24
5
4

2

201

4

1

1

Alabama........
Colorado........
Illinois...........
Indiana..........
Iow a..............
Kansas..........
K entucky___
Maryland.......
Missouri.........
New Mexico..
Ohio...............
Oklahoma___
Pennsylvania.
Tennessee___
U tah ..............
Virginia.........
W est Virginia
W yom ing___
T o ta l...

165

2,371

5.9
5.5
5.0
5.5
6.1
5.8
6.2
5.4
5.0
5.3
7.3
6.5
6.0
6.1
4.9
4-1
5.3
5.4
5.8

2
1
1
2
1
1

1
1

....

1

13

4

3
1

4

1
1
3
2

2

400

377

460

466

332 ;227

64

27

10

8

$0,441
.662
.625
.628
.623
.627
.495
.595
.625
.663
.625
.625
.634
.415
.687
.394
.561
.678
.606

142

37

1
1

29

24

81
30
1

10

....

2

....

2

39

4

14 210

3
1
65

2
2
45

212
378
142
99
119
2
90
118
207
103
347

1

5

62
32

163 1911

6

173




180
212
380
142>
99
119
134
32
90
118
208
103
354
52
62
8
46
32

coal: bituminous.

D R IV E R S .

174

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES (INSIDE)— Continued.

$1.75
and $2
un­ and
der over.
$2.

O
P

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
90
ings
30 35 40 45 50
70
$1.25 $1.50
per U n­ and and and and and and and and cts. $1
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and and and and
un­ un­ un­
work­
der der der der der der der der un­ der der der
35 40 45 50 60
70
80
90 der $1.25 $1.50 $1.75
ed.
Cts.
cts. Cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1.

BULLETIN

Locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em­
4
5
7
8
9 10 11
6
ed Un­
lish­ ploy*
12
per der and and and and and and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
ments
week 4. der der
der der der der der der over.
day.
9. 10. 11. 12.
5.
6.
7.
8.

THE

LA BO R E R S.

5.8

519

338

278

375

318 309

47

36

21

.577

5

86 ---

88

2

3
1
336
44

70

i
....j ....
5
4

5
9

1 1 15
39
6

....

1
2

17 1 1
16
4

24

24 247

21
42
2
80
3
384
6
1
11
86

96 1020

122
70
150
20
30
1
9
118
41
17
23
232
1
40

5
3
1

7
34
915

8

1

STATISTICS.

2,340

20

5

2

13

LABOE




164

$0,402
.656
.597
.625
.603
•625
.450
.595
.631
.665
.623
.621
.595
.422 " i*
.665
.442
.517
4
.667

O
F

T o ta l...

5.4
6.4
4 .6
7.1
6.3
6.7
5.5
5.5
4.2
6.4
6.4
8.1
6.5
5.4
5.3
3 .5
5.9
5.4

BUREAU

107
123
408
150
64
30
182
51
120
41
97
26
647
66
44
30
120
34

Alabama........
Colorado.........
Illinois...........
Indiana..........
Iowa..............
Kansas..........
K entucky___
Maryland.......
Missouri.........
New M exico..
Ohio...............
Oklahoma___
Pennsylvania.
Tennessee___
U tah ..............
Virginia.........
West Virginia
W yoming___

LOADERS.
Alabama.......
Colorado........
Illinois...........
Indiana..........
Iow a..............
K entucky___
Missouri.........
New Mexico..
Ohio...............
Oklahoma___
Pennsylvania.
Tennessee... T
U t a h ,,..........
Virginia.........
W est Virginia
Wyoming —
T otal...

307
389

2,049
1,098
67
1,391
283
132
1,970
135
4,117
119
235
230
749
74

48
75
813
468
22
347
97
27
256
28
1038
39
81
34
216
20

4.8
5.0
<. 4
£
4.6
4.6
4.5
4.0
5.9
5.9
5.2
5.4
4.3
4.7
4.8
4,7
4.4

128 13,345

24
17
37
22
8
114
6
11
46
9
165
3
4
24
32
3

148 156

3013 3609 2909 1892 125Q }

177

63

52
54
147
116
22
211
27
25
204
23
579
19
3
54
104
7

61
72
223
130
18
169
32
31
437
21
767
22
22
56
137
13

73
71
294
215
3
143
50
21
485
23
763
9
40
30
115
15

26
57
338
160
1
130
42
15
357
16
615
12
44
15
93
12

17
43
357
173
1
82
37
8
176
17
378
7
39
7
73
12

11
14
11
48
464 108
22
202
2
127 "42*
41
5
5
150 ” 23"
8
2
409 101
14
6
46
17
2
35

429 525 1647 2214 2350 1933 1427 1628

802 151 162

5
1
25
16
1

10
2

34
1
9
2
12
1
15

385.

Alabama........
Colorado........
Illinois...........
Indiana..........
Iow a..............
Kansas..........
Kentucky___
Maryland.......
Missouri.........
New M exico..
Ohio...............
Oklahoma___
Pennsylvania.
Tennessee___
U ta h ..............
West Virginia
W yoming--Other States..
T otal...

455
1/268
1,669
525
962
1,482
192
491
629
528
13
354
1,859
367
206
168
169
42

143 11,379

5.5
4.7
4.8
5.7
4.7
4.1
4.6
4.1
4.5
5.5
6.4
5.0
4.7
4.6
4.8
4.5
4.2
3.8

100
378
374
56
154
624
47
190
182
76
1
79
482
85
59
49
76
21

65
345
529
81
323
530
53
188
250
94
2
76
603
128
60
69
49
10

73
248
470
171
444
208
66
79
150
165
97
478
139
16
20
24
10

102
151
293
127
21
98
22
34
26
71
5
70
165
7
42
20
14
1

4.7 3033 3455 2858 1269

73
123
3
39
20
22
3
21
74
2
29
84
8
26
8
6

41
23

2

51
1
44
3
3
25

4
19

2
2

1

540 195

26

3

$0,682
.777
.761
.633
.704
.794
,625
.961
.624
.719
.777
.822
.902
.910
1.056
1.086

3

13
28
48
23
33
49
21
1
‘22' 30
20 19
13
21
26
6
24
36
7

13

92
141
225
141
138
162
42
15
126
65

63
208
242
118
190
208
36
47
143
78
2
” 43* 43
139 224
68
48
10
18
14
20
2
2

.784 217 ,205 296 433 516 1425

1
8
11

30
179
191
24
77
218
7
123
18
54
1
53
374
27
59
22
66
22

137
3
18
19
22
4

52

1686 1457 1196 1545

482

149

116
207
274
56
161
178
20

43
177
253
44
118
186
9
91
47
71
4
22

277

47
30
14
24

17
133
180
24
87
171
7
89
25
44
1
37
260
29
31
24
23

40
42
1
13
76
5
41
6
13

‘ *3*
25
2
9
1
4

’io*
%
4

1
10

2
14
1

4
10
3
51

23

175




4
16
8
4
11
12
10
5
8
6
2
7
28
7
5
5
4
1

BITUMINOUS.

M IN E R S , H A N D .

176

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED,’ BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES (INSIDE)— Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
30 35 40 45
U n­ and and and and
der un­ un­ un­ un­
30 der der der der
cts. 35 40 45 50
cts. cts. cts. cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
SI.

4
19
13
4
13

10

20

10

31
19

99
18

21

$1 $1.25 $1.50
and and and
un­ un­ un­
der der der
$1.25 $1.50 $1.75

$1.75
and $2
un­ and
der over.
$2.

O
F

Aver­
age
. earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Locality.

Num
ber of
estab­
lish­
ments

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ hours
ber of work­
em­
4
5
8
9 10 11
6
7
ed
ploy­ per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9. 10 . 11 . 12 .

THE

M IN ERS, M A C H IN E .

1,721

5.6




81
25
21

4
11

3
60
3
3

19
103

10

4
24
36

63
32
3
18
32

10

6

66

16

26
11
8

31

29

1

2

117
3
5

95

1
100

2

9
4

5

4
4
7
3

261

417

312

6

13
27
3

2
6

4
4
7
8
6

247

10
6
8

3

4
15 • 11
5
6
4
3
91 65
2
3
111
33
2

1

7

5

1

1

1

1
1

3

1

2
1

1

2

2

3

3

22
1

14

2
1

12
1

4

5

279 147

32

20

1

1

5

1 02
2

5

7

16

3

13

23

183

.6 6 6

16

6

16 ,
14
5
40

2

1.003

2

5
16
6

1 .0 0 2

1

4
' 5 "2
10
2

$1,028
1.089
1.156
.755
4
.736
.667

3
25
14
2
20

23

4
27
16

10

2
5

1

14

1

31

7
37

7
3
4
29

4
9
76

31

1
5

33

54

50

105

46

19

5

3
5
9

4
3
3

2
1

3

3

4

1

3

6

1

14
5

7

2
1

163

161

366

156

79

2

*6

11

5
1
3

1

12

.913
.490
1.282
.707
.853
1.246

2

.947

5

2

1
1

8

6

3
1

1

13
1

11
10
2

16

28

104

419

1

7

5

2

1

152

2

39

22
1

STATISTICS.

T o ta l...

10
20
1

LABOR

5.4
4.4
4.7
5.5
5.9
5.0
5.7
6.9
5.8
6.0
5.2
5.6
5.6
6.8
5.1

O
F

136
12
130
112
35
245
12
546
15
22
27
62
21

BUREAU

Colorado........
Illinois...........
Indiana..........
Iowa..............
K entucky___
Missouri.........
New M exico..
Ohio...............
Oklahoma___
Pennsylvania.
Tennessee___
U tah..............
Virginia.........
West Virginia
Other States..

MOTORMEN.
Alabama.........
hi Colorado..........
£ Illinois.............
-4 Indiana............
Iow a................
o Kansas............
I K entucky.......
gp Maryland........
P Missouri...........
N ew M exico...
Ohio.................
^ Pennsylvania..
to Tennessee.......
U ta h ................
Virginia..........
West Virginia.
Other States...
Total...................

3
12
13
11
19
5
3
4
13
30
3
6
4
13
1

I
!
I
1

9
42
8G
60
10
15
113
30
12
12
59
273
21
20
59
73
2

154

7.1
6.2
5.8
5.5
7.8
5.9
6.8
7.2
6.0
6.7
8.7
7.0
6.8
6.3
5.1

1
2
14 I
13

$0,535
.665

8
1

.695
.643

4 I
14 I
2 I

113
.627
.655
.627
.651
.496
.713
.494
.522
.625

1
18
1 I
19
8 I
177 126

6.7

1

—

.618

2
19

35

56
31

2

3
i
1

1

1

1

36

230

1 3

1
41
68
60
10
15

1
17

30
12
12
59
255

14

2

20
6
2

---52

571

2

1

I

PU M PM EN .

Alabama.
Colorado..
Illinois. . .
Indiana...
Kentucky
Missouri.,
New M exico...
Ohio.................
Oklahoma.......
Pennsylvania..
Tennessee.......
U tah................
Virginia..........
West Virginia.
W yoming........
Other States...
Total...................




3
13
8
9
12
5
6
3
6
5
28
5
4
2
3
3
2

21
24
29
11
41
13
8
4
10
15
122
7
8
15
8
5
3

7.4
7.9
7.0
10.4
7.0
7.7
7.5
6.5
9.0
12.2
8.7
9.7
7.1
4.7
6.6
7.4
7.0

117

344

8.1

$0,409
.633
.615
.645
.508
.579
.025
.660
.603
.625
.614
.419
.670
.412
.501
.664
.612
41 . 15

22

25

42

47

33

19

31

.577

5

4

4

12

7

4

!
1

t
i
2 | 2
1 ....! 4 "2
1
2
11
2 "1

15

7
52
1
5

1

1
8
4
3
15
57

9

7
1

1

1
3

29
12

20
29
10

28

14

162

1

5
2

111

l

....... i........
11

178

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES (INSIDE)— Concluded.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

30 35 40 45
and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der
35 40 45 50
cts. cts. cts. cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

1,122




6.4

166

134

135

192

......

3
14
25
20
9
4
29
5
4
4
7
2
40
3
3
4
9
1

$0.'
.668
.625
.625
.627
.633
.516
.623
.628
.663
.625
.625
.625
.477
.693
.470
.528
.678

3
11
17
29
3
1
21
3
1
5
20
3
41
7 ,
7
5
20
1

186 198

58

18

7

6

5

15

38

93
1

3

23

13
2

1
1

22
10

7
29

4

57 103

2

57
190
72
30
29
13
20
27
67
11
195

2

2

31
60

19
1
8
13

7

195

752

11

STATISTICS.

187

2
5
3
27
5
2
16
7
4

4
9
50
7
3
6
26
2
4
4
4
1
38
2
4
9
13
6

2
5
28
4
5
7
7

LABOB

T otal...

4
6.0
1
6.3
7
9
41
27
5.7
7.0
4
6
6.9
2
3
6
5.5
5
6.0
39
13
6.4
2
2
2
5.9
3
4
6.6
3
2
8.5
6.0 " ' 2
7.0
20 ** ib'
4
6.9
6
4
6.9
5
22
4.8
5
6.8 . 16
15
1
6.3

O
F

18
57
190
72
30
31
148
14
20
27
67
11
210
28
26
62
98
13

U

and
un­
der
$1.25

BUBEAU

5
17
15
9
11
12
19
5
9
6
13
4
29
6
7
4
12
4

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1.

THE

TRACKM EN.
Alabama.......
Colorado........
Illinois...........
Indiana..........
Iowa..............
Kansas..........
Kentucky___
Maryland.*...
Missouri.........
New M exico..
O hio...*.........
Oklahoma___
Pennsylvania.
Tennessee___
U tah..............
Virginia.........
West Virginia
W yoming___

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em­
4
5
7
8
9 10 11
6
ed
lish­ ploy*
12
per Un­ and and and and and and and and and
ments
un­ un­ un­
un­
week der der der der un­ un­ un­ der un­ over.
4.
der der der
der
day.
5.
9. 10. 11. 12.
6.
7.
8.

TRAPPERS (BOYS).
Alabama.......
Colorado........
Illinois...........
Indiana.........
Iow a..............
Kansas..........
K entucky___
New Mexico..
Ohio...............
Oklahoma___
Pennsylvania.
Tennessee___
Virginia.........
W est Virginia
Other States..
103

536

5.7

72

126

102

94

61

.339

65

34

302

55

c o a l:

T otal...

$0,243
.412
.365
.337
.333
.345
.301
.391
.346
.336
.333
.267
.320
.381
.357

6.3
5.5
5.0
5.1
4.3
5.4
5.1
6.6
7.1
6.1
6.4
5.3
4.3
5.2
3.3

37

MALES (OUTSIDE).
b itu m in o u s .

B L A C K S M IT H S .

6.1
8.6
7.2
9.7
7.4
8.9
7.6
6.2
6.9
9.1
8.7
7.8
7.5
7.3
7.7
6.5
8.2
7.3

Alabama.......
Colorado........
Illinois...........
Indiana..........
Iow a..............
Kansas..........
Kentucky___
Maryland.......
Missouri.........
New Mexico..
Ohio...............
Oklahoma___
Pennsylvania.
Tennessee___
U ta h..............
Virginia.........
West Virginia.
W yom ing___
T o ta l...

7.8

25

40

73

91

62

29

11

.621

1

6
1
6
1

4

25
3

2

1
3

1
3
6

37
5
2
5

9

91

3
23
34
22
14
li
7
7
11
6
25
8
38

10

2
3
2

3
2

6

10

12
5

2

235

34

1

1

179




376

$0. 551
.628
.649
.615
.663
.681
.543
.642
.668
.633
. 656
.689
.611
.469
.709
.483
.600
.676

BY SEX AND

180

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES (OUTSIDE)— Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

30 35 40 45
Un­ and and and and
der un­ un­ un­ un­
30 der der der der
cts. 35 40 45 50
cts. cts. cts. cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

105

13

C A R P E N T E R S.

7.4




10

11

57

.688
.480

18

23

37

49

65

29

17

32

STATISTICS.

260

$1.25! $1.50 $1.75
and and and $2
un­ un­ un­ and
der der der over.
$1.50 $1.75 $2.

LABOR

T otal...

7.7

$1
and
un­
der
$1.25

O
F

10
14
4
3

$0. 190
. 665
.607
.668
.617
.750
.478
.618
.625
.612
.612
.603
.563
.453
.684
.541

7.9
7.6
5.0
6.5
6.7
7.5
4.8
7.3
8.0
7.4
7.7
7.4
7.6
7.5
7.9
5.2

5.5

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1.

BUREAU

Alabama.......
Colorado........
Illinois...........
Indiana..........
Iow a..............
Kansas..........
K entucky--Maryland.......
Missouri.........
New Mexico..
Ohio...............
Oklahoma___
Pennsylvania.
Tennessee—
U ta h ..............
West Virginia
W yom ing___
Other States.

and
un­
der
90
cts.

THE

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em­
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11
ed
lish­ ployand
and
and and and and 12
per Un­ un­ and un­ and un­ un­ un­ un­ and
un­
un­
ments
der
week 4. der der der der der der der der over.
day.
8.
7.
5.
6.
9. 10. 11. 12.

ENGINEERS.
S. 4
8.3
9.1
11.1
9.5
10.3
9.9
10.2
9.4
7.3
12.1
11.4
9.4
9.0
7.8
10.0
7.1
6.1

T otal...

9.1

150

380

1

2

1

1

1
4

4

4

1
6

1

1

9

12

.m

.710
.601
.601
.485
.612
.571
.644
.509
.570
.601
.447
.664
. 5^2
.671
.500
16

20

59

27

9
2

2
20
3
1
10
5
3
3
12
4
3
12
26
4
3
6

SO 483
.
.612

1

3

28
45
8
8
10
4
7
20
1
5
18

1
8
12
1

1

1
4

1

2
1

1

25

119

186

29

3

20
5

....

4

12

10
1
2
2

9

5

16
63
4
6
25
24
10
10
24
96

1
1
4

2

_ 1
_

48 I .607

1

1 8
FIR E M E N .
Alabama.......
Colorado........
Illinois...........
Indiana..........
Iow a..............
Kansas..........
K entucky--Maryland.......
Missouri.........
Ohio...............
Oklahoma___
Penns ylvania.
Tennessee___
U tah..............
West Virginia
Other States..

31
64
30
8
25
19
25
14
14
24
110
11
18
11
7

T otal...

443

44

2

1

. 539

2

5

....

4

1
3
1

11
1

7

41

41

12

1

1
3
282

53

1

16

18

i

4
1

181




$0.401
.569
.594
.474
.565
.545
.392
.582
.534
.593
.545
.574
.378
.618
.467
.471

8.3
9.2
8.2
12.4
7.7
8.9
10.2
7.5
6.4
10.0
8.7
8.7
9.4
8.3
11.0
7.3

b it u m in o u s .

23
1
8

8

—

1

coal:

Alabama.......
Colorado........
Illinois...........
Indiana..........
Iow a..............
Kansas..........
K entucky___
Maryland.......
Missouri.........
New M exico..
Ohio...............
Oklahoma___
Pennsylvania.
Tennessee___
U tah ..............
West Virginia
W yoming--Other States.

182

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES (OUTSIDE)— Concluded.'

THE




377

266

441

503 425 208

.499

1

1

32
2
5

64
1

29
"l

5
151
2
1

4 127 56
2
1
3
2
9 24 *44
2

15
66
2
2

7
4

18 205
41
5

1
13

16
45

19
37 " s

102
245
113
71
46
24
46
57
32
140
47
560
1
94
4
60
38

10 172 151 300 477 1,680

3
2
8
1
2
1
3
3
4
24

1

35
2
8
96

1

S T A T IS T IC S .

6.5

37

LABOR

2,887

5

O
F

'Total...

$0. 373
503
550
.549
.531
.550
.432
.524
.545
.463
.562
.646
.512
.359
.586
.396
.445
.600

6.4
6.7
6.4
7.4
6.3
6.9
6.3
6.7
5.1
6.9
7.4
7.5
6.6
5.7
6.3
5.8
6.4
6.1

BUREAU

140
257
251
122
72
48
245
57
62
114
146
47
830
117
129
42
162
46

O
F

LA BO R ER S.
Alabama........
Colorado.........
Illinois...........
Indiana_____
Iow a..............
Kansas..........
K entucky___
Maryland.......
Missouri.........
N ew M exico..
Ohio...............
Oklahoma,___
Pennsylvania.
Tennessee___
U tah ..............
Virginia.........
West Virginia
W yoming___

B U L L E T IN

Locality.

Employees whose average hours per week day
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
for the pay-roll period were—
AverAver­
age
Num­ Num ­ hours
ber of ber of work­
60
70
90
30 35 40 45 50
80
4 . 5
6
7
8
9 10 11
Un­ and and and and and and and and cts. $1 $1.25 $1.50 $1.75
estab­ em­
ed Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
and
lish­ ploy­ per der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and and and and un­ and
der der der der der der der der over. work­ 30 der der der der der der der der un­ un­ un­ un­ der over.
ments ees. week 4.
der der
6.
70
day.
00 der $1.25 $1.50 der $2.
7.
8.
9. 10. 11. 12.
80
ed. cts. 35 40 45 50 60
5.
$1.75
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1.

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND OCCU­
PATION, OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLI* PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued,

CONFECTIONERY,
HALES.

P ^- r o ll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
Aver­
day for the pay-roll period were—
age
Num­ Num­
ber of ber of hours
6
8
9
10
5
7
estab­ em­ work­ Un­ 4 and and and and and and 11
ed
and
and 12
lish­ ploy*
per der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
der der der der der over.
4. der der der
10. 11. 12.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
day.

Aver­
age
earn­
ings U n­
per
hour der
14
work­ ets.
ed.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

18
and
un­
der
20
et's.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
ots.

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

4
1
11
5
1
15

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

15
5
78
6
3
11
23
84
7
10
38
3
26
14

60
and,
un­
der
70
ets.

70
and
un­ ets.
der and
80 over.
ets.

CANDY M AKERS,

56
17
131
22

7

49
34
137
23
30
93
7
98
57
9
105
26
15
82
2
%
97 1,000
2
2
1
5
102

5
9
5
19
1,019

8,9
8.5
9.1
9.0
9.8
8.1
9.4
8.2
8.7
9.5
9.8
8.7
8.4
9.1
8,0
8.8
8.8
3 ,0

1
4

1

2

1

2

1

2
2

1
1

4
1

25

7.1
7.4
8.1

26

2

4

1

1

1
6
1
1
2
6
1
2

27
5
34
4
14
106
2
3
12

4

6

5
1

4
4

4
1

2

1
2

5
2
3
1

22
19
9
11
1
9
7

39

289

1
6
2
9
48

2
2
3
7
296

2
16

1

8.9

5

21

1

7.5

1

4

7

9.4

9.9
8.9

1

1

1

6

16

1
22

26
10
48
31
19
5
2
28
16
18
18
15
9
33
12
3
40 " is *
6
18
72
20
2
66
2
459

17

$0,448
.442
.484
.439
.428
.369
.451
.455
.413
.418
.480
.586
.430
.427
.611
.447
.473
.596
.468
.481
.455

17

.523
.689
.521
.601
.457

2
6

1

2
2
23

7

3

3

..... .....

5

3

5

1

88

40

1
1

460

88

40

3

6
1

7
3
2
4
1
7
3

2

1
1
1

6
3
3

29
3
9
11

3
2

8
4

18
15

13
8

1

1

1
1

25
13
2
4
1
6 " i6 ‘

1

12
1

2

1

1
1

2

1

12

38

94

155

8
6
27
2
2
4
7
16
6
2
32
1
25
6
2
42
14
5
13
7
” 33" 16
1
1
404 197

1

1

2

1

12

38

94

1

1
156

3
4
408

2
3

5
1
11
3

1

3

2

l

1
1

5

2

1
8
2
1
7
6
6
1
4
9

1

1

2

1
1
1

71
1
3
2
6

5
202 ~ J T

1
2

1

3

1
15

10

2

1

2~
17

I
ii

183




10
2
8
3
2
2
3
6
2
6
7
2
8
8
2
12
2
4
7

CONFECTIONERY.

One week:
California...................
Georgia......................
Illinois, -............
In d ian a....................
Iow a..........................
K entucky ..............
Maryland..................
Massachusetts...........
Michigan...................
Minnesota.................
Missouri....................
N ew Jersey...............
N ew York.................
Ohio..........................
Oregon......................
Pennsylvania............
Tennessee.................
W ashington..............
Wisconsin.................
Other States..............
Total......................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
California...................
Oregon......................
Other States..............
Total......................
Grand total...........

184

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALE S—Continue d .

THE

CANDY M AKERS* H E L P E R S.

Total......................

85

1,393

8.5

Michigan......................

Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States..................

4

13

89

1,406

8.5

1




1 ■ 4
2
14

3

1

3
1
1
1

3
1
7

31
7
42
2
1
3
43
43
4
16
45
75
15
12
7
3
8
5
1

20

32

46

83

363

5

6
1

2

5

1

20

32

51

85

368

592

1

2
1

1
1
1

88

88

4

4

1
2
2
4

1
4
4
7
4
3
2
7
3

.....
3
6
2
4

7.7

Grand total...........

3

1
13
3
2
5
3
10
1
5
1
2
1
4
10
17 ’ *"8*
4

1
3
9
4
1
6
23
2

22
3
134
19
5
17
15
4
21
16
61
97
38
49
10
1
72
7

8

591

113

42

15

.313

113

42

15

.313

39

3

3
1

2

5
29
15
13

25
3
8

1

$0.300
.259
.360
.255
.227
.294
.273
.342
.365
.250
10
.298
.323
2
.271
.349
1
.311
.270
.403
.288
.306
2

2

6

2

3
1
1

2
4

4

7
2

6
12

4

1
1

1

10
5
7
5
9
20
15
2
11
22
19
26

17
3
4
14
2
7
31
8
6
13
60
72
18

24
4
64
4
1
3
21
20

1
56

4

6
36
15
.7
40
46
4
2
8

2
7
15
2
2
19
2
2
4

... „

12
4
1
13
1

18
4

3
52
91
32
8
37
7

32
5

26
10

7
9
1

182

314

407

299

1

6

1

407

300

125

13

2

6

22

29

1

1

3

2

6

22

30

183

317

.377

10
108

4
3.
119

1

STATISTICS,

8.3
8.5
8.9
8.4
7.8
7.8
7.8
7.3
8.1
8.0
9.2
8.2
9 .1
8.0
8.4
8.6
7.7
9.1
8.1

LABOR

62
12
256
24
13
32
83
73
36
49
191
251
87
12
82
15
14
84
17

O
F

Minnesota.................
M issouri...................
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Oregon......................
Pennsylvania...........
Tennessee.................
W ashington..............
W isconsin.................
Other States..............

2
7
3
2
2
3
5
2
5
7
8
8
2
8
2
4
7
1

BUREAU

One week:
California...................
Georgia......................
Illinois.......................
Indiana.....................
Iow a..........................
K entucky.................
Maryland..................
Massachusetts..........

O
F

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
16
18
20
25
14
35
30
40
50
60
70
per Un­ and and and and and and and and and and and 80
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ cts.
work­ 14 der der der der der der der der der der der and
cts. 16
25
35
ed.
18
20
30
40
50
60
70
80 over.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ N um ­ hours
ber of ber of work­
4
5
estab­ em­
6
7
8
9
10' 11
ed
lish­ ployand and and and and and and and 12
per Un­
ments
and
week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ over.
day. 4. der der der der der der der der
5.
6.
7.
9.
10. 11. 12.
8.

2
2

12

1

1
t
i

DIPPERS, MACHINE.
One week:
Illinop......................
K entucky.................
New York.................
Ohio...........................
Other States..............

2
2
3
2
6

Total......................

15

3
4
27

9.8

10.2

1

28

9.3
9.1
8.7

1

65

9.1

1

3

2

1
1'

2

2
13

1

4

15

1
2
20

30

2
1
3
1
3
10

1

$0.370
.294
.373
.278
.359

1
1

.....

1

1
9

4

6
1
7

5

15

1
9
2
4
12
4
3
27
8
14
84

1

.357

3

1

1

2

1

1
1

1

17

3
r

1

225

95

2

71
3
3

10
3

2

36
9
2

4

349

113

4

1

349

113

4

1

2
39
1

1
15
2

1
4

3

1
100
2
3

1
67
1
2
6

1
3
1

3

2

1

2

..... .....

1
7

14

6

.5
4
1
8
20
28
3
36
13
2

109
1
20
16
15
1
61
9
1

120

233

L ABO R ER S.

Total......................

G
2
2
5
5
5
2
9
4
5
45

437
15
7
116
55
51
7
176
58
27

9.0
9.1
9.2
7.8
8.7
8.9
9.1
8.1
8.4
8.9

950

8.6

22
1

7

3
1
2

3
2

13
5

6

47

Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States..................

1

14

6.8

46

964

8.6

50

12
1
11
2
1

18

62
2

4
2
1
1
7
1
1

11
5
1

10 1 79
3
14
6
5
2
12
6
3
13
4
3

IS

26

44

49

193

2

26

46

7 •S . 372
O
i .22s
.202
.358
.292
.287
. 256
! . 301
.240
.228

198
12
6
5
23
30
2
116
23
18

76

26

1
5
2
1
4
3

4
4
1
i
5

433

92

41

7

433

92

41

7

7

18

3

Grand total............

9

2

51 j 200

.331

1
1

1
11

2
5
2

4
2
5

5
1

12

11

13

10

1

1

3

11

13

11

85

123

242

2

1
5
7
8

1

9

12

.291
.331

3
i

1
i

CONFECTIONERY.

One week:
Illinois..............
Kentucky .
. .
Maryland..................
Massachusetts.........
Missouri...................
New York.................
Ohio...........................
Pennsylvania . . . .
W isconsin.................
Other States..............

1

M ACH INE O P ER AT O R S.




8.2
9.5
S. 2
8.8
8.1
8.1
9.1
8.0
9. 5
8.9

1
2
1
1
3
3

1
1
2
1
***2
2

1
1
7
3

2
2
4

3
3
4

17

1

1
1

17
8
3
12
133
2
3
5
1

3
SO 347
.
.387
39
17
5
1
1
.277
7
.243
15 ......
....... ....... .274
11
i
24
.401
17
.311
1
.317
4
39
4
14
.301
2
.465

1

1

1
1

1

I
7

2

1

1

185

One week:
California.......
Illinois...........
Indiana..........
K entucky___
Maryland. ..
Massachusetts
Michigan.......
M innesota....
Missouri.........
New Jersey...

186

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES —Concluded.

THE

M ACH IN E OPER ATO RS—Concluded.

Pennsylvania....... .
Tennessee...............
Washington............
Wisconsin...............
Other States............

9.2
9.7
8.2
9 .5
9.2
8.8

7.0

18

18

44

225

19

18

47

226

54

.349

30
3
50
2

20
2
32
1

18
’33’
2
2

156

156

50

19

159

22

1

.482

Grand total..........

355

54

39

156

210

2

8

3
14

19

5

2
1

2

6

50

15

185

1

PACK ER S.

One week:
Illinois.......................
Michigan...................
Missouri....................
New York.................
Tennessee.................
Oth3 r States..............

3

23
7

Total......................

18

101




4
2

5
2
2

35
7
23
6

9.1
9.3
8 .8

2

29

1
1

2

1

2

2

9.5
8 .0

1

4

9.0
8 .8

4

5

2

5

8
2
2
1

13

3

6
6
2
11
6

3
2
1

60

9

3

3

$0.365
.357
.306
.341
.227
.378
.319

16
17

3

1

I

5
1

1

3

2
1
1

1

17

27

26

12

0

1

12

STATISTICS,

19

28
10
33
7

.347
.268
.349
.288
.443
.370
.296

LABOR

Total......................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States................

10

O
F

103
22
168
14
2
16
13

Ohio...........................

BUREAU

One week—Concluded.
New York...............

O
F

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
70
35
50
60
40
ings
16
25
30
14
18
20
per U n­ and and and and and and and and and and and 80
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ cts.
work­ 14 der der der der der der der der der der der and
80 over.
25
35
40
50
60
70
18
30
ed.
cts. 16
20
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em­
4
6
5
7
8
9
10
11
ed
lish­ ployper Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments
week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
12.
10.
11 .

WRAPPERS.
One week:
All States..................

1

23

8.2

j

2

1

1

1

1

17

$0,364

1

2

1
l

6

10

3

FEMALES.
CANDY M A K E R S.
One week:
California................
Other States............

2
6

11
28

7.5
7.3

1

2

1
3

1
5

8
6

1
7

24

$0.290
.229

7

5

2

3
2

3
3

3
6

2
1

2

Total...................

8

39

7.4

1

2

4

6

14

8

24

.246

7

5

2

5

6

9

3

2

1

8
10

1
15
1

1
5

3
3
4
7
3

1
2
4
1

1

37

14

1

2

6

1

37

16

7

3

CAN D Y M A K E R S ' H E L P E R S.

One week:
California...................
...................
Indiana*...................
Kentucky.................
Massachusetts...........
Missouri. ...............
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Oregon......................
Other States.............

2
3
2
2
2
2
4
6
2
4

11
34
6
17
7
29
46
14
14
18

7.0
6.9
9.2
8.6
6.3
8.3
8.2
7.7
7.8
8.5

2
1
2
2

Total......................

29

196

7.9

8

1

7

18

4

7

2

8

1

7

22

48

68

Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States..................

2

13

31

209

7.8

1

1
2
1
2
1

7.1

Grand total...........

1




2
9

2
1
2
1
1

3
4
2
20 Illinois
1
4
2
12
1
3
24
1
5 "33*
5
2
9
11
2
3
5
9
41

63

1

54

1

54

1

$0,218
.269
.175
.185
.214
.206
.211
.224
.275
.230
.225

1

1
1
3

1
4

3

1

6

6
2
1

4
16

1

1

1

10
7
7
23
9
2
11

6

13

13

22

87

1

3

6

13

13

23

90

.310
.230

2

1

2

1

1

00

188

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES—Continued.

70
and
un­ cts.
der and
80 over.
cts.

THE

DIPPERS, H A N D .

5
2
19
3
1
37
29
1
1
21
1
10
18

2
2

1
8
2

23
1
27
3
4
20
57
2
6
33
5
44
27
3
11
1
8
12
1

89

2,320

7.4

171

106

83

288

531

749

2
2
1

19
21
26

7.4
6.4
6.1

1
2
5

1
3

2
1

2
8
7

8
4
3

8
4
7

5

66

6.5

8

4

3

17

15

19

94

2,386

7.4

179

110

86

305

546

768

17
4
2

3
1
2
2
15
17
3
10

.....
18
8
14

3
10
2
2
5
18
1
3
13
8
1
6

20
9
21
4
1
31
260
4
19
9
22
54
29

10
17
2

79
21
125
13
6
45
2
5
19
141
1
95
61
18
61
1
5
43
8

19

11
11
46
48
12
57
5
98
29
392

,®0.259
.251
.340
.174
.276
.186
.275
.203
.213
.226
.364
.283
.223
.347
.290
.205
.363
.244
.171
i
.262
.268
.419
.230

5
15
9
2
44

1
3
1
6

7
1
4
7

78
28

21
10
3
7
7
11
6
23

5
6
5
5
3
34
12
8
8
46
8
31
31

5

4
13

1
1

18
1

18

16

15
22

5
7

13
3

1
13
3

44
11
70
5
4
48
92
10
12
100
6
44
39
5
24
4
2
56
4

94

192

141

235

5S0

407

319

1

4

3

5
1
7

9
1
9

5
2
2

12
10
1
1
11
13
2

4
23

.301
392

1

4

.263

95

196

41
11
22
2
3
7
103
9
37
5
56
29
6
24
1
8
42
1

26
5
30
1
4
8
92
1
5
24
4
42
10
6
24

8
1
29

1
17

i
4

12

2

1

1
12
2

1

28

15

2
9
14
34
10
6
27

1
1
19
16
1
6
28

5
31
1

2
4

3

6

1
2

4
5
3

2

1

1

174

119

27

18

8

8

5

1

2

3
141

7

2

13

19

9

8

5

1

593

426

328

182

124

28

20

1

2

238

6

1
8

7

STATISTICS,




7.4
8.1
7.6
7.5
7.3
6.8
6.9
8.2
7.8
7.5
8.2
7.4
6.7
6.9
7.5
9.0
7.0
8.4
8.8

LABOR

.......

133
39
219
36
16
197
383
23
59
261
80
237
161
30
185
7
26
184
44

O
F

Total

Grand total .

10
2
7
3
2
3
5
2
5
7
2
8
8
2
8
2
4
7
2

BUREAU

One week:
California...................
Georgia......................
Illinois
...............
Indiana......................
Iowa..........................
Maryland..................
Massachusetts..........
Michigan ...............
Minnesota
..........
M issouri...................
New Jersey...............
New York.................
O hio....
..............
Oregon
..........
Pennsylvania............
Tennessee
..........
Washington
....
Wisconsin
..........
Other States.............
Total......................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
California.................
Orepon
...............
Other States...........

O
F

Employees whose earnings per hour worked wereAver­
age
earn­
16
35
40
50
18
20
25
30
60
ings Un- 14
and and and and and and and and and and
per
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
14
work­ cts. der der der der der der der der der der
16
25
35
18
20
40
50
60
70
30
ed.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Average
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
estab­ emed Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
lish­ ployper der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week 4. der der der der der der der der over.
5.
6.
9.
10. 11. 12.
day.
7.
8.

DIPPERS, MACHINE.
One week:
California.......
Georgia..........
Illinois...........
Indiana.........
Iowa..............
Kentucky___
Maryland___
Massachusetts
Michigan.......
Minnesota___
Missouri.........
New York___
Ohio..............
Pennsylvania.
Wisconsin___
Other States -.

7.3

1
1
1
1
2
2
2
4 »••••
1
1
1
6
3
3
3
1
41
9 45
2
2 .......
2
i
4
7
25
12
11
18
1
2
1
17
1
1
2
34

114

$0.206
.196
.211
.163
.278
.127
.171
.257
.191
.181
.193
.212
.206
.210
.193
.193

89

333

331

216

. 220

5

5

2
19
27

3
12
1
2
18
10

100

64

40
2
3

2
2
11

.....

....

180
3

174
1

9
7
16
14
4
12

16
25
8
36
3
20

119
27
13
22

*i5*
3
16
27
18
2
3
3 !

110

168

1
1
1

2
1

62

12

12

....
6
1
20

LA BO RE R S.
1
3
4
2
2
2
6
2
5
5
3
2
4
2
5
2

9
134
10
20
4
244
3
71
112
17
13
51
11
122
31

7.2
8.0
7.4
8.4
7.8
7.1
5.0
7.9
7.8
6.7
7.1
7.4
7.7
7.6
6.3

Total......................

49

852

7.5

6
2
3
1
13
2
3
3
4
1
6

4

13

1

1
7

4

2

2
18
2
1

3

34 ! 162

—
v
>
2
2

8

7
1

7
2

16
17
4 i 9

18
1
36
67
8
6
13
1
15
8

59

22

38

94 | 254

258

5
15
4
4
2

9
16
1
2
5
10

!
i
15
i
4
14 ____i____
3
16
4
19
52
127

$0.202
.236
.159
.134
.171
.209
.179
.214
.201
.227
.239
.215
.257
.161
.164
.203

3
15

5

4
3
1
5
1
3

1
1
11

6

‘6
105
2
2

2
51 149
2
15
32
22
68
2
9
5
17 '**9*
4
11
19
2
3

47
1

7
18

38
7

71

48

93

132

408

1

2

1

95

133

409

3

1

17

3 ;
1
3 1
1
1

1

9
8
5
7
4
7

3

1

49

1
1

23

1
2

1
____1

80

5

14

1

5

1 j

!
2

5

7.8

Grand total............

51

857

7.5

1

i
59

22

38

94

2

3

256

261

.176
127

.203

71

1
80

14

189

Two weeks and one-half
month:
California.............




5

1
5 ,

‘

One week:
California...................
Illinois.......................
Indiana.....................
Kentucky.................
Maryland..................
Massachusetts.......
Minnesota.................
Missouri.....................
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Oregon......................
Pennsylvania............
Washington..............
Wisconsin............
Other States............

CONFECTIONERY.

Total______

7.6
7.9
8.1
7.0
8.0
7.8
7.6
6.7
5.2
7.5
7.9
7.2
6.6
7.7
8.1
7.9

1,296

8
4 i

13
14
71
19
7
37
43
473
9
18
117
230
75
75
52
43

190

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES— Concluded.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

18
and
un­
der
20
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

*35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

9
8
1
3

1
13
1

1
5

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

1

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

M 4C H IN E O P E R A T O R S .

6.9
7.9
7.8
8.9
7.3
7.-8
7.8
7.3
8.0

Total......................

29

96

7.7

1
1

X

2

1

4

3
2

3

2
1

2

i
i
4

9

3
1
1
3

2

4

3
17
6
3
1
1
5
6

1

11

8

$0,217
.267
.280
.230
.254
.375
.226
.282
.221

42

22

.246

4

10

1

4

4
3

1

1

1

3

1

1

6

1

12
7

3
4
1

1
1
1
5

44

24

14

1

1

1

1

1

One week:
California..................
Georgia......................
Illinois
Indiana.....................
Iow a................. .
K entucky.................
Maryland
.
Massachusetts. . . . .
Michigan
.......... .
Minnesota ..............
Missouri....................




9
2
8
3
2
2
3
6
2
4
7 ,

189
55
681
45
21
104
227
904
54
128
434

7.0
8.0
7.9
7.5
6.8
7.5
7.8
7.0
7.6
6.5
7.3

16
2
41
5
4
20
13
46
3
28
45

6
1
21
2

.....
13
38
2
5
11

6
3
31
2
12
6
56
3
5
7

32
1
23
4
3
6
12
148
5
13
51

20
12
77
6
4
5
30
501
6
13
32

109
29
414
16
5
7
76
115
17
51
238

7
74
12
3
53
77
18
13
50

2
$0,215
1
.180
13
2
.249
13
8
15
.163
.203
.138 * 6 6 * *17*
2
72
.182
1
6
.258
3
9
.211
45
.178
.200 ” 62* 75

36
37
80
12
10
19
7
42 372
10
4
8
9
4
4
4
14
3
27
69
48
42
36 389
12
13
40 ” i7* 17
39
42 140

25

4

2

3

144

61

26

13

1

2

2

4
220
13
7
46

2
132
4
1
22

65

3
11

2

1
4

4

STATISTICS,

P AC K E R S.

LABOR

10
25
7
3
6
2
20
4
19

O
F

2
3
2
2
3
2
6
2
7

70
and
un­ ets.
der and
80 over.
cts.

BUREAU

One week:
California..................
Illinois......................
Massachusetts .........
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Oregon.................... .
Pennsylvania
Washington .........
Other States.............

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

THE

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per U n­
hour der
work­ 14
ets.
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
em­
5
6
7
10
4
8
9
11
lish- ploy­ ed Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
per
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
der der der der der der der der over.
day. 4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.

New Jersey...............
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Oregon......................
■Pennsylvania...........
Tennessee.................
Wa^hinpfor)..............
Wisconsin.................
Other States.............

2
8
8
2
12
2

4
7
1

108
775
302
38
560
65
56
213
14

Total......................

94

Two weeks and one-half
month:
California...............
Oregon......................
Total......................

1

70
42
69
3

4
73
22

26

10

10

69
13
3
17
5

98
42
5
41

3

1
11

10

75
113
39
1

62
4
36
23
1

1

267
139
29
177
10
6

7
85
5
168
42

.207

66

.2 2 1

12

11

.217
.283

3

26

70
105

28
236
34
7

58
27

141

124

2

11

.2 2 2

1

15

1256

.163
.296
.204
.200

16

21

43
7

745

.223

210

392

682

7
277
66

7
106
9

7
2

6

4,973

7.3

419

234

257

2
2
1

27
68
22

7.5
6.3
6.7

1
7
2

5
3

4

1
20
4

12
30
6

13
2
7

.220
.318
.249

1

4

19

1

1

2

5

117

6.6

10

8

4

25

48

22

.282

1

2

6

99

5,090

7.3

429

242

261

.224

211

4

516 1060 1742

541 1108 1764

745

8

8

6

43

31

30

23

392

39
1

3

1

!

1

1
2

34
7'

19

1

1

|
I
!

3

1

**3i*
53
23
5

10
1

32

40
14

4

7.6

8 .2

2

75
46

11
16
1

4 ’ 6
1
1

687

350

180

9

1
26
3

1
29
5

1
7

28

30

35

8

750 1656

717

385

188

95

23
16
79
1
7
8
1
4
18
3
4
3
8
5
3 **23* 122
5 ..... .....
7
5
7
24
26
32
61
14
2
29
44
47
3
6
18
19 "1 2
4
6
5

14
2
7
2
1
49
2

8

10

11
1
1
37

5

1

14

12

10
25

11

2
4
3

2

34
1
14
12

20

14

12

7

6

7

4

415

173

102

49

35

10

173

103

49

35

1

1

10

684

88

1

7

744 1628

6
1

....... !........
.. |i
1

10

1

W R A PP E R S.
One week:
California...Georgia.
Illinois.
Tnriiflnpy
Iowa..
Massachusetts
Michigan . . .
Minnesota. .
Missouri.. . . . . .
New Y ork...
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania... .
Tennessee. . . .
W isconsin.................
Other States..

6
2
3
3
2
4
2
3
6
5
4
8
2
6
5

142
22
64
37
15
267
8
26
69
183
16
230
15
79
66

Total................... .

61

1,239

7.5

4
7.3
8.3 . . . . .
7.6
3
7.9
1
8.2
7.3
16
8.1
2
7.6
5
7.7
7.3
14
7.0
7.2 * 2 3 *
1
8.5
8.5
2
8.2
77

5
11
1
1
3
1 .....
5
1
2
9
1
16
1
43

36
2
11
6
3
7 **23' 128

1

21
2
3
3

2
4
29
6
.9

409

250

.228

.195

1

2

5

1

4

250

.228

66

93

151

154

419

7
11

64

120

276

3
279

411

3

2

120

6
15
14
5

13
1
24

1

14

5.1

4

3

2

Grand total.

62

1,253

7.5

81

46

66

18
28

65

91

146

153

i
.

1

j .......

1

5

1
1

1

1

191

68
11
51
31

3

8
18
3
40
2
11
4

Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States..




4

1
$0.212
4
.195
11
.231
6‘
6
18
.158
.193 . . . . . . . . . .
.258
1
.189
6
.207
10
3
.222
23
.212
.209
.241
12
13
5
.187 . . . . .
7
.193
8
7
.273

65
11
25
10
5
88
4
17
32
72
5
50
1
7
17

CONFECTIONERY.

Grand total. . . . .

7.0
6.9
6.7
7.6
7.4
8.4
7.3

192

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, APPARATUS, AND SUPPLIES.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

$0.490
.785
.461
.653
. 511

5

3

2

.553

5

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

4

1
5

4
1
1
1
2

4

1

7
4

3
1

1

5

6

9

8

12

6

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
$1
and and
un­
der over.
$1.

BUREAU

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

U n­
der
20
cts.

A R M A T U R E W IN D ER S.

2
2
2
2
3

30
10
7
5
7

7.9
8.1
8.2
8.5
9 .2

i

T o ta l....................

11

59

8.2

i

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Ohio..........................
.............

2
1

12
25

8.3
8.5

1

Total......................

3

37

8. t

1




1

. io
106

8.4

35

3
3

7
11

2
10 Other States

. 581
.608

5

1
3

6
6

5
6

2

1

1

1

6

18

12

.599

5

4

12

11

2

1

1

1

1
r

6

1

8

1

4

3

8 | 12
1

54

27

2

14

7

1

1

—

9.6

15

8

1
1

i

21
5
5
4

1

1

1
5

1

7

1

1

1

2

4

4

1

.544
1

.568

5

4

4

2

11

12

25 • 22

5

LABOR

Grand total..........

1
3

O
F

One month:
All States..................

6
1
1

1

STATISTICS.

One week:
Massachusetts...........
New Jersey...............
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Other States.............

THE

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

O
F

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
em­
5
7
9
11
4
6
10
8
ed
lish- ploy- per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.

BULLETIN

MALES.

ASSEMBLERS.
One week:

4
33

31
44
157
19
146
7
6
47

98
9
7
24
6
1
20

1

1
1

4
3

4
2

7.8

19

21

26

67

219

457

165

44
47
14

8.4
8.6
8.0

1
1

1
1

1
1
1

3
2
1

16
2

9
20
3

105

8.4

2

2

3

6

18

3

110

7.2

9

35

1,191

5

5

16

23

8.6
7.6
7.5
8.2
8.0
8.7
8.1
7.6

3

9
4

9

11

Total......................

26

976

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania...........
Other States.............

3
2
1
6

Total....................
One month:
All States..................
Grand total..........

7.8

9
4

30

28

34

89

260

SO.394
.421
.645
.489
.406
.462
.390
.452

9
2

6
7
5

26

22

2

4
3

10
8
6
2
14
1
8
3

2

.508

39

47

11
21
7

3

.467
.511
.296

4
1

32

39

3

.464

5

38-

13

1

.476

6

9

6

.501

50

63

527 . 217

.....
1

16

32
12
41
14
28
2
3
24

41
15
24
10
25
2
5
17

5
8
58
20
39
3
7
17

52

121

156

139

4
3

3
5
9

4
2
1

7
5

7

17

7

14
83

40
. 18
14
4
20

......

2
76
7
9

3
64

77

17

2

1

157

101

68

77

17

'2

12
3

16
11

2
8

1

2

1

1

12

15

27

10

1

2

1

1

17

6

13

21

10

9

4

1

145

174

167

205

121

78

83

.39

3

3

7

1

1

1

1

BO RING-M ILLi H AN D S AND O P E R A T O R S .
One week:
Massachusetts .........
New Jersey...............

2
3

14
8

7.2
8.6

1

3

7

3
4

4

SO 786
.
.503

2
5

3

3

7

7

4

.705

7

3

3

7

5

22

7.7

1

2
1

4
7

7.7
9.1

1

1

1
4

1
2

1

.519
.822

1

2

1
1

2

2

1

1

Total......................

3

11

8.6

1

1

5

3

1

.710

1

2

2

2

2

1

1

One month:
All States..................

1

4

11.0

1

3

.679

Grand total...........

9

8

12

8

9

2

2

8.3

3

4

.704

3
1

9

1

8

6

193




37

2

SUPPLIES.

Total......................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Ohio...........................
Other States.............

AN
D

1
6

APPARATUS,

5
9
147
7
14

143
75
384
57
183
8
39
87

MACHINERY,

4
5
43
3
6

4
2
5
3
7
2
2
1

ELECTRICAL

124793°-

9

4
10
1
4

TndiaTm__
Massachusetts...........
New Jersey...............
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania............
Other States.............

194

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES— C ontin ued .

2

1

5 * 62
1
1

6
4
2
2

Total......................

10

95

7.6

2

1

6

63

14

Two Ttfeeks and one-half
month:
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania...........

3
2

11
8

7.3
9.0

1

1

3

2

3
3

Total......................

5

19

8.0

1

1

3

2

6

2

1 $0.734
.501
.417
.258

2

1

1

8

1

.677

2

1

1
5

.454
.533

1

6

.487

1

6

One month:
All States..................

3

42

7.2

6

2

1

1

12

14

6

Grand total...........

18

156

7.6

8

3

3

10

77

34

20




1

.629

3

1
2
1

5
3

13
1

38
1

17

•2

1

1

6

4

8

14

39

17

2

1

2

3

1

5
4

1

1

1

2

3

1

9

1

1

1

.586
1

1
3
2

2

3

3

7

‘6

4

15

1

2

4

6

12

12

23

19

55

18

-----

2

STATISTICS.

7.4
8.7
7.5
8.6

LABOR

77
11
3
4

O
P

2
3
2
3

BUKEAU

One week:
Massachusetts..........
New Jersey...............
New York.................
Other States.............

THE

COIL W IN D E R S.

O
F

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
20
25
30
35
45
60
70
40
50
80
90
per Un- and and and and and and and and and and cts.
$1
hour der un­ un­ un­ nn- un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and and
work- 20 der der der der der der der der der der un­
cts. 25
35
45
80
30
40
50
60
70
90 der over.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. *1.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality,

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Average
Num­ Num­
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em- work­
9
5
11
4
6 . 7
10
8
ed
lish­ pi°y- per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week 4. der
der der der der der der der over.
day.
9.
10. 11. 12.
5.
6.
7.
8.

CONNECTORS AND INSULATORS.

3
2
4

7
6
19

6.0
8.8
7.2

2
4

2

1

1

1
1
3

1

1

5

1

■

$0,606
.417
.317

1

1

4

3
1

1

1

3

6

2

4

1

17

3

.399

1

4

4

6

3

5

2

1

1
2

.413
.624

1

.539

1

Total......................

9

32

7.2

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Ohio..........................
Other States.............

2
1

2
3

8.7
8.7

1

Total......................

3

5

8.7

1

1

3

1

5

1

.349

7

19

11

1

.404

One month:
AH States..................

1

9

9.0

Grand total...........

13

5T

7.7

1

i
4

1

1

2

1

3
9

7

3
6
3
4
2

1

2

1

4

4

1

1

1

1

1

3

6

1

1

1

4

3

1

1

3
1
13
5
15
1

22

32

4

1

2

39

28

32

4

1

2

1

2

1

2

D R IL L -P R E S S H AN D S AND O P E R A T O R S .
One week:
Illinois.......................
Massachusetts..........
New Jersey...............
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania...........
Other States.............

2
2
4
3
5
2
2
1

12
12
102
18
52
4
12
17

7.9
8.4
7.4
8.5
8.7
8.6
9.1
8.8

Indiana,......................... *

1

1
3
2
7 *5 5 *
2
7
5
1
1

1

7
4
27
4
37
4

1
6
2
10
2

1

1

$0.457
.342
.617
.444
.441
.463

9

1
3
1
1
3

2

11
14

1

6
5

4
2

5

1

2

22

15

23

32

28

3
2

7

5

5

7

5

3

1

2

2

1

8

7

3

1

4

30

40

41

49

32

35

8

.501

7.7
8.4
8.4

1

2
1

2
1
3

6
2

2
4

1

4
4
6

2

.410
.428
.270

1

1
3
9

3
1

41

8.0

1

3

6

8

7

14

2

. 383

1

13

4

26

7.6

2

1

2

3

4

10

1

3

.572

8.0

6

7

2
1

16
15
10

Total......................

6

One month:
All States..................

3

296

10

24

81

101

61

6

.491

1

3 | 35

19

1

1

195

1

1

5

SUPPLIES.

46

3

1

1

84

4

3
13
3
6
2

.320
.323

1

69

8.1

1
11
5
11
1
1
2

15

229




4

5

21

30

3
1

5

Total......................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania...........
Other States.............

Grand total...........

4

AN
D

4

3

6

APPARATUS,

2
4

1

2

MACHINERY,

3
2
12

ELECTRICAL

One week:
Massachusetts..........
New Jersey...............
Other States.............

196

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

Un­
der
20
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
00
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70.
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
SI
and and
un­ over.
der
11.

THE

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
5
9
11
4
6
7
8
10
per
Un­ and and and and and and and and 12 hour
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and work­
4. der der der der der der der der over. ed.
9.
5.
6.
7.
8.
10. 11. 12.

BULLETIN

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—

F IT T E R S .

1
1

k 1

Total......................

10

74

8.0

2

1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Pennsylvania...........
Ohio..........................

2
2

7
3

8.9
8.5

Total......................

4

10

8.8

Grand to ta l...........

14

84

8.1




1
2

13
4
2
2

15
6
6
2

17

3

21

29

17

2
1
2

1

3

2

7

22

31

to . 626
.500
.477
.417

...

i

1 ....... I........

1

24

2
4
2
2

3
5
4
3

14
1

11

3
1
2
3

12

9

10

15

16

.509
.583

5
2

1

1

1

2

4
1

2

.531

1

2

5

2

10

12

20

18

.521 j.......

.522
> !.......

1

1

1

2

1

3

1

3

12

5
1

2

6

2

6

2

1
-----

STATISTICS.

7.9
7.4
8.0
8.6

LABOR

29
14
8
23

O
F

2
3
2
3

BUREAU

One week:
Massachusetts..........
New Jersey...............
New York.................
Other States.............

GRINDERS.

Total

. . .

Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States.................

2
3
4
2
3

34
5
9
2
8

7.5
8.0
7.9
9.5
7.7

2

14

58

7.7

2

2

6

9.2

2

12

18

76

7.8

2

13

16
3
6

$0,687
.464
.542
.394
.502

1

6

2

2

2

13

2
2
1

31

5

1

.610

2

1

7.9

Grand total...........

1
1

3

1

.524

8

2

2
2

2

2

1
1

2
15

41

.589

3
1
3

9
2

.....

4

8

9

1

9

1

5

1

1

2

2

2

3

2

9

14

11

8

3

1

2

1

1

J

1

2

1

5

2

1

1

5

5

12

20

13

9

9

1

1

.520

8

4

1

1

2
2
7
4
1
1
3

4
1
26
5
5
1
10

22
7
5
1
3

22

9
1
1

2

4

*6

1
1

2

1

20

52

40

30

12

2

4

MACHINERY,

One month:
All States..................

1

ELECTRICAL

One week:
Massachusetts..........
New Jersey...............
New York.................
Pennsylvania...........
Other States.............

2

H ANDY M EN.

8.5
8.4
7.6
7.9
7.8
9.0
8.3

1
1
1

2
1

1

6

1

1

Total......................

23

168

7.8

3

3

2

3
2

7
28

8.7
9.2

5

35

9.1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Ohio..........................
Total......................

2

3

6
2
33
12
14
2
9

9

53

78

2
1

2

2

1

$0,400 ,
.399
.508
1
.452
.451
.416
.436

18

1

1

.477

4

2

.468
.397

4

51

3

2
11

4
32

1
2

1

.411

4

5

3

13

7

3

2

5

4

6

24

4

2

2

.473

8

9

28

69

53

57

16

4

7

13

9

One month:
All States..............

3

47

6.7

10

2

4

3

7

14

2

4

1

Grand total............

31

250

7.8

13

6

6

14

62

99

33

13

2




2

3
1
3
3
2
1
5

1
2
2
6 Pennsylvania............
11
7

47
1
2

1
2

1

1

.506

1

4

2

=

SUPPLIES.

9
3
93
19
21
3
20

AN
D

3
2
5
3
6
2
2

APPARATUS/

One week:
Connecticut..............
Indiana.....................
Massachusetts...........
New Jersey...............
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Other States.............

CO

198

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
•OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

3
3
54
9
2,
5 " i6 *
1
1
15
14

31
1
1
1
9

10

34

89

43

10

5

1

1
2

1

1
3

5

1

3

1

4

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts. $1
and and
un­
der over.
$1.

8.5
8.2
8.1
8.8
7.8
8.8
7.8

Total......................

18

242

8.1

Two weeks and one-half
month;
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania...........

3
2

5
12

Total......................

5

17

1
1

1

2

1

1

1

3

10

38
1

1

6
1
15
4
3
8

6

6

1

$0,351
.486
.543
.457
.500
.426
.508

2

.515

2

7

" 2 i‘
2
34

5

17

47

124

37

8.3
8.6

1

1

3
1

3

2
6

.498
.491

1

8.5

1

1

4

3

8

.493

1

6

18

9

2

6

18

57

145

54

8

3

35

26

294

8.1

2

8.6

Grand total...........

3

1

3

2

1

1

3

1

5

One month:
All States.................




1

5

61

25
6
2 .....
2
5
1
4
2

2
2
6

2
2

20

4

38

.406
1

6

3

4

6

5

2

7

1

.500

6

6

12

31

43

37

99

45

1
14

1

STATISTICS.

10
6
136
5
28
11
46

LABOR

2
2
3
2
5
2
2

O
F

One week:
Connecticut..............
.....................
Massachusetts...........
N ew Jersey...............
New York.................
Pennsylvania...........
Other States.............

BUREAU

IN S P E C T O R S AND T E S T E R S .

THE

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per U n­
hour der
work- 20
cts.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Average
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of
estab­ em- work­
11
5
6
7
9
10
8
4
lish­ ploy- ed Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
per
un­ un­ un­ un­ .un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week der
over.
day. 4. der der der der der der der der
9.
6.
7.
8.
5.
10. 11. 12.

LABORERS.
j
0
21
29
2
10
72

8.8
8.3
8.0
4.8
8.2
7.4

2

Total......................

14

140

7.7

5

Two weeks and one-half
month;
O b io .,......................
Other States..............

3
2

26
30

8.5
8.8

1

Total......................

5

56

8.7

1

One m onth......................
All States.................

2

28

21

224

8.0

1

1
2

1

1

3
10

37

1

2

16

38

57

12

8

2

6

4
8

13
21

2

6

12

34

1
1
1

8.1

Grand to ta l......... .

3

3
12
21
1
3
17

1

3

5
1

4
2

2

1

$0,332
.433
.405
.359
.322
.421

1

4

2
3
2
5
3
1 .....
3
2
17

12
20
1

7
1

44

3

4

1

1

408

5

11

30

77

11

4

1

1

1

.366
.436

1
2

. 3

14
1

7
13

1
14

1

.403

3

3

-15

20

15

45

97

30

4

1

1

2
6

1

2

5

14

2

3

4

20

49

83

48

12

1

.320
~1

16

8

.396

24

22

MACHINERY,

2
2
3
2
2
3

ELECTRICAL

One week:
TndiftWxrr -r______
New Jersey...............
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania-,.. T___
Other States..............

4

Total......................

20
2
17
113
49
24
9
5
21

239

Total......................

42

51

78

,570

8.4

31

30
28

347

73

10

.491

15

.523

23

10

13

.574
7.8

10

.506

10

199




10

7.6
8.9
9.0

One month:
All States.................
Grand total...........

7.4

SUPPLIES.

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania............
Other States.............

SO 449

AN
D

One week:
Connecticut..............
Illinois......................
Indiana.....................
Massachusetts..........
New Jersey...............
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania...........

APPARATUS,

)P
LAT HE IIANI>S A N D < E I tA T O IIS.

200

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

Un­
der
20
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
$1
and and
un­
over.
der
$1.

THE

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Average
Num­ Num­ hour??
ber of ber of
estab­ em- work­
7
6
8
10
4
5
ed Un­ and and and and and 9 and 11
lish­ ployand
and 12
per
un­ un­
ments
and
week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ der der un­ over.
der
4. der der der der der
day.
9.
10. 11. 12.
5.
7.
8.
6.

M A C H IN E H A N D S AND O P E R A T O R S, G EN ER A L .

53
10

8.0
8.5

1

Total......................

4

63

8.0

1

1

1
1

1

9
1

41
9

10

50

4

1

2

1

4
2

8

13

20

5

1

1

1

.556

4

1

2

1

6

8

13

20

5

1

1

1

3
1

1
3

3
3
2
6

12
2

8
1

1

3
22

14

16

10

1

14

16

10

1

LABOR

$0,603
.311

.

M ACHINE S E T T E R S .

2
3
3
3
2

4
28
7
5
11

9.1
7.6
8.8
9.0
7.4

1

Total......................

13

55

8.0

1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States..................
Grand total..........




2

3
58

8.0

2

1
12
2
3
8

1

3

13

23

1

1

1

3

14.

27

3

1
! ..

1

8.8

15

1

1

1

9
2

3
1
2

6

3

6

4

1
2

1

$0,425
.636
.558
.499
.557

1

1

.533

1

4

9

1

.576

1

4

12

1

1

3

.462

STATISTICS.

One week:
Connecticut..............
Massachusetts...........
New Jersey..............
New York.................
Other States..........

O
F

2
2

BUBEAU

One week:
Massachusetts...........
New York.................

MACHINISTS.

6
12
6
63
25
9
2

8.4
7.6
7.5
7.9
8.3
8.5
8.0

1
1

Total......................

19

123

8.0

2

Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States.................

2

10

8.6

One month:
All States..................

2

7

9.0

Grand to ta l...........

23

140

8.1

10

4
4
29
15

!

2
2
1
2
6
7

1

3

1

6
2

22
2
1

1

8

35

53

20

4

5

1

1
2

2

3

1

36

59

28

2

1

2

4

SO.581
.669
.618
1
.657
.616
.580
.585

8

I

1

1
2

4
2
4
13
8
5
1

1
2
1
26
17
1
1

1
8
1
22

1

1

.637

37

49

33

.618

1

3

2

2

4

2

5

39

60

35

1.

2
3

2
1
1

8

7

3

1

3

2
4
1
2
9

5

4

8

7

3

1

3

3

3

8

7

11

7

3

1

.671

7

.638

1

1

MACHINERY,

2
2
2
3
7
2
1

ELECTRICAL

One week:
Connecticut..............
Illinois_______
Tn^iana.............. .
Massachusetts...........
New York.................
Pennsylvania............
Other States.............

One week:
Connecticut..............
Massachusetts..........
New York.................
Other States.............

3
3
3
4

3
26
6
9

9.2
7.8
8.6
7.3

1

Total......................

13

44

7.9

Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States..................

3

11

7.8

1

1

I

$0,378
.654
.421
.427

15

5

.557

1

2

4

3

1

.316

1

3

3
1

1

1

4

6

9

1

4

3

18
1
1

8
4
3

1

3

20

1

1

5
1

6

3

26

24

9

.512

1

.531

4

1

1

-----

AN
D

2

11

8.3

1

Grand total............

18

66

8.0

3

9

SUPPLIES.

One month:
All States..................

201




3

APPARATUS,

M E T A L F IN IS H E R S .

202

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked werei
25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
$1
and and
un­ over.
der
$1.

7
28
8
15
19

8.8
7.6
8.3
8.0
8.3

Total......................

17

77

8.1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania...........

2
2

8
7

8.1
9.2

1

Total......................

4

15

8.6

1

5

One month:
All States.................

2

10

8.3

1

Grand to ta l..........

23

102

8.2

5

;
[

2

2

2
11
12
6
1
2
1
9
Other States
10
3
1

3

1

3
4
2

4

19

12

17

5
2
1
3
6

$0,430
.562
.414
.498
.470

1
1
1

1

3

3
8

2

2

3
5

.500

3

3

6

**io ‘
3
3

7
1
1

3

-----.

8

17

38

17

5

2

1
4

1

.419
.622

1

4

3

1

5

2

2

5

1

1

. 513

1

4

3

5

2

2

4

2

1

1

4

3

1

1

24

44

24

2

24

19

25

10

9

.528
1

.504

3

3

7

9

5

LABOR




2

2

STATISTICS,

3
5
3
3
3

O
F

One week:
Connecticut..............
Massachusetts..........
New Jersey...............
New York.................
.............

BUREAU

M IL L IN G -M A C H IN E H AN D S AND O P E R A T O R S .

THE

20
U n­ and
der un­
20 der
cts. 25
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num ­ N um­ hours
ber of ber of
estab- em­ work­
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
ed
lish- ploy­ per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
4. der der der der der der der der over.
day.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.

PLANER AND SHAPER HANDS AND OPERATORS.
One week:

8
5
4

7.5
8.0
6.8

1

T o ta l....................

9

17

7.5

1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States. . . . . . . .

1

5

9.0

1

Grand total...........

11

3
j

8.0

1

1

1
1

____

$0,583
.590
.458

1

1

1

.555

1

3

1

1

1

2

5

2

1

8

8

—

2

5

.642

1
— -

1

2
3

3
1

1
1
1

5

4

3

1

7

1
1

2

3
2

1

1

9.1

25

6

1

.471
.562

-----

----- ----—

2

—,
—

1
1

1

5

3

6

1

6

1
1

1

3
2
2
1

4
1

1

1

6

3

6

4

1

P O L ISH E R S AND B U F F E R S .
One week:
Connecticut..............
TflrHfonq..
a M assachusetts... .
New Jersey...............
New Y o r k ..............
Pennsylvania....
Other States..........
Total

..............

15

59

8.3 i

1

3
62

8.3

1

1

’ 2

$0,421
.463
.535
.481
.481
.551
.618

2

19

.524

2

9

19

.518

2

12

2
1
8
1
8
2
7

11
1
4
2

29

1

1

9
1

1

10

31

1

2

1

8.0

16

7

1

5

1

2

1

2

4
1
7

9

8

8

18

4

1

9

8

8

18

4

1

3

.383

203




9.0
8.6
8.2
8.8
7.9
8.1
8.0

SUPPLIES.

Grand total...........

13
2
19
3
11
4
7

AN
D

One month:
All States. . .

3
2
3
2
2
2
1

-----

APPARATUS,

1

1

MACHINERY,

One month:
All States

1

1

ELECTRICAL

3
3
3

New Jersey............
Other States...

204

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOTJRS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

O
F
THE

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
45
20
25
30
35
40
50 .60
ings
70
80
90
per Un­ and and and and and and and and and and cts.
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and $1
and
work­ 20 der der der der der der der der der der un­ over.
50
25
35
40
70
80
90 der
cts .
30
45
60
ed.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver
age
Num Num­ hours
ber of ber of
estab­ em ­ work­
4
10
5
9
6
7
8
11
ed
lish­ ploy­ per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.

P U N C H -P R E S S H AND S AND O P ER A T O R S.

8.0
7.5
7.2
9.5
8.2
7.9
8.8
8.0

1

1

3

20

149

7.8

4

2
2

17
5

8.9
7.2

T otal......................

4

22

8.6

19

8.3

190

7.9

IS
1
5
2

1

$0,388
.638
.684
.478
.455
.421
.445
.488

1

1

1

2
2
1

18

3

15

51

41

33

1

.542

1

2

4
1

8
1

3

1

2

5

9

3

.384

1

2

9

5

1

.442

4

17

55

55

47

5

.513

1
5

2

6

7

2

2

3

2

2

2
2
7

2
2
8

1

1

16

1

I

.392
.357

1

1

2

8
4
5

1

1

26

1
1
44

1
1

2
2

4
1

11
2
3
1
1
1
1

1
1

9
1
1

2
13

3

2

4

15

31

20

21

17

5
1

3
1

1

3
2

1

3

1

21

13

1

1

1

6

4

1

5

1

3

1

2

2

5

3

6

8

10

18

41

24

30

1
1

1
12

1

1
-----

4
17

5

18

----- —

21

13

1

STATISTICS.

T otal......................

Grand total............

6
2
6

1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Pennsylvania............
Other States..............

One month:
All States..................

1
1
1

LABOR

36
9
59
6
22
2
9
6

O
F

4
2
3
2
4
2
2
1




BUREAU

I

One week:
Connecticut...............
Indiana......................
Massachusetts...........
New Jersey................
New York.................
Ohio...........................
Pennsylvania............
Other States..............

SCREW-MACHINE HANDS AND OPERATORS.
One week:

9.0
7.4
7.9
8.1
7.6

Total......................

18

195

7.9

Two weeks and one-half
month:
AH States..................

3

15

2

1

3

11

2
2
2

9.2

One month:
All States..................

1

8

22

218

8.4

3

20

5
27
2
31
11

29

1

1
10
5

76

45

5

4

5

3

21

44

50

4

89

7

3

2

1
7
2

2

.543

3

.329

8
2

4

.629
.536
.481
.579

5

44

8.3

Grand total .........

5

1
8

1
23
5
5
7

7

4

17

4

13
5

.....
1
27

3
13
2
13
4
35

2

7
13
2
10
4
36

17
3
8
15

6

2

2

43

18

6

2

2

18

6

2

2

-----

3

1

20

30

35

38

43

4

8
1

2

2

4

9

2

4

10

S H E E T -M E T A L W O R K E R S.
One week:
Massachusetts
___
Other States..............

3
1

16
1

8.3
9.9

Total ....................

4

17

8.4

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Pennsylvania............

2

3

8.6

1

Grand total .........

6

20

8.5

2

—

---- —

13

2
1

1

13

3

2

.843

13

5

.566

$0.513
.599
—

—

—

.518

—

2

1
I

2

2

=

SUPPLIES.

205




1

AN
D

3
14

2

3 j

7

2

.522

5

2

1

.351

1
12

APPARATUS,

35
70
8
49
33

MACHINERY,

4
3
2
5
4

ELECTRICAL

Massachusetts...........
New Jersey................
New York.................
Other States..............

206*

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Concluded.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
$1
and and
un­ over.
der
$1.

One week:
Connecticut ...........

37
7
62
16
53
11
20

8.4
8.0
8.1
8.1
8.0
8.5
7.1

1

18
3
49
7
37

$0.767
.650
.757
.680
.745
.737
.767

1
1
2
2
1

4
3
1
8
13
5
1

12
3
41
3
30
3
13

18

2

18
2
4
2
6

1
4
1

1

7

35

105'

50

8

1

1

3

8
1
1

1
2

1

1

3

10

3

1

4

1

1

1

16

1

3

3

7

38

115

39

.746

4

3
2

1
3
1

.663
.606
.650

4

5

5

.640

Total...................

24

206

8.1

2
2
1

10
7
1

7.6
8.2
9.1

1

Total...................

5

18

7.9

1

2

2

1
1

—

—
...... ■

One month:
All States.......... .
Grand total..........




2

16

8.3

31

240

8.1

1
1

4

5

3

9

3

.720

9

45

129

47

.736

1
1

3

12

11

48

120

51

8

1

STATISTICS,

15
3
1
6
4
10

1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Ohio.......................
Pennsylvania..........
Other States............

1

2
11
2
7

1
1

1
1

1

LABOR

4
2
4
3
7
2
2

O
F

Massachusetts..........
New Jersey.............
New York...............
Pennsylvania..........
Other States............

Indiana.......................

BUREAU

TO O L M A K E R S.

THE

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

O
F

Un­
der
20
cts.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—

Aver­
age
hours
earn­
ber of ber of work­
ings
estab­ em­
5
9
4
6
7
8
10
11
per
ed
lish­ ploy* per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12 hour
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week 4.
der der der der der der der der over. work­
ed.
day.
5.
10. 11. 12.
6.
8.
9.
7.
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age

WELDERS.

4

29

6.8

1

8

6.8

T otal......................

5

37

6.8

1

3

3

8

14

5

1

3

13

17

!

1
1

3

2

2

SO.741

3

3

3

10

13

6

5

10

2

.873
3

.770

—

-

2

W IR EM EN .
One week:
Massachusetts.........
New York...............
Other States............

3
2
2

8
17
16

8.1
7.8
7.6

1

Total...................

7

41

7.8

1

1
2

.....

3
13
10

2
1

$0.568
.498
.470

1

3

7

26

3

. 501

2

3
3

4
9

6
10
4

1

1

!
1
1

6

13

20

1

1

1

APPARATUS,
AN
D
SUPPLIES.

207




1

1
BLECTEICAl, MACHINERY,

One week:
All States..................
One month:
AH States..................

208

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES.

BULLETIN
O
F
THE

2
3

119
10

7.1
7.5

6
1

11

3
1

5
1

66
1

28
4

2

$0.464
.278

14
1

2
8

5

11

21
1

13

35

17

1

Total.........................

5

129

7.2

7

11

4

6

67

32

2

.450

15

10

5

11

22

13

35

17

1

29
20
6
32
1

57
10
16
55
32

61
3
6
17
22

3
4
6
9
15

18
7
7

3
1
13

15

8

8

1

8

1

■8.2
7.4
7.6
7.8
7.5

6
2
1
5
1

3
1
2
2

1
1
2
3
2

5
8
9
8
9

18
8
36
15
27

53
16
39
96
39

71
3
4

$0,283
.256
.416
.270
.322

4
3

4

3

4

2

3

2

7

88

170

109

37

32

20

15

3

Total.........................

18

496

7.8

15

*

9

39

104

243

78

.307

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Ohio.............................
Other States................

2
1

21
55

7.6
8.0

3

1

1
1

4
2

9
8

7
34

6

.378
.211

1

29

14

5
9

4
2

1

7

2

2

Total.........................

3

76

7.9

3

1

2

6

17

41

6

.257

1

29

14

14

6

1

7

2

2

1

5

12

57

61

12

48

44

20

7

5

18

10

16

57

178

345

84

.294

3

48

150

228

135

4&

44

22

17

1

One month:
All States....................

1

136

7.7

Grand total..............

22

708

7.8




.268
3

4

STATISTICS.

157
38
88
133
80

LABOE

4
2
3
5
4

O
F

A SSEM B LER S.
One week:
Connecticut.................
Indiana........................
Massachusetts..............
New York...................
Other States................

BUEEAU

One week:
Massachusetts..............
Other States................

COIL WINDERS.

2
3
2
4

17
15
59
64
39

8.8
7. 7
7.0
7.3
7.5

5
3
1

8

5

1
1
19
6
1

1
3
23
9
21

4
8
11
41
15

11
2

9

1
1
5
1

28

57

79

13

.346

2

1

2
3

1
1

$0.274
.285
.450
.311
.303

|

12
5

11
3
3
15
11

3
3
3
20
12

3
15
10
8

1
6
5
1

3

22

43

j
4 1 1 36

13

ELECTRICAL

124793

One week:
Connecticut.................
Indiana........................
Massachusetts..............
New York...................
Other States................

15
13
2
2
1
1 .......1
........ 1........
13
2
2
17

7.4

2
2

8
15

7.4
8.5

1
1

7
2

8

4

.274
.206

4

3
10

1
1

4

Total.........................

4

23

8.1

2

9

8

4

.230

4

13

2

4

2

15

7.6

1

13

22

232

7.5

13

.337

2

7

36

45

46

49

13

17

13

2
1

9

2
3
11
3

2
5
2
9
3

3
6
1
10
1

1
8

12

17

14

4

1
1

1

1

11 | 19

21

21

13

14

18

15

1

5

4

11

2

20

37

27

13

14

18

15

One month:
A ll States....................
Grand total..............I
1

2
8

10

8

5

33

80

88

2

1

.378

1

____

2

2

One week:
Connecticut.................
Massachusetts..............
N ew Jersey.................
New York...................
Other States................

2
3
2
3
2

10
65
24
28
7

8.2
7.2
7.3
8.9
7.9

2
2
1

2
1
1

1

Total.........................

12

134

7.7

5

4

Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States...........................

2

3

10

6.0

One month:
A ll States....................

2

13

7.5

17

157

7.6

6

7
18
18
22
4

1
1

$0.274
.422
.206
.303
.366

4

12

38

69

2

.345

3

2

3

1

1

9

8

15

42

78

1
1

1

.278
.285
2

.335

1

1

11

-----

209




6

2
30
1
2
3

1

1

Grand total..............

11
1

1
2

APPARATUS,

C O N N EC T O R S AND IN S U L A T O R S .

SUPPLIES.

194

AN
D

16

MACHINERY,

Total.........................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Ohio.............................
Other States................

210

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES— Continued.

8.8
7.6
7.8
7.5
7.4

Total.,......................

11

83

7.7

Two weefcp and one-half
month:
All sta te s ....................

1

4

8.1

1
1

One month:
All States............... ...

1

19

7.4

13

106

7.7

2

2

7

1

Grand total..............

5




2

8
8
5
21

2

19

42

1

1
1

1

2
1
7
1
8

1

1

3
3
6

4

4
4
2
3
11
24

1

5

4

25

53

.341

12

.200

3
3
1
3
2
2
7 " 'b '

1
2
1
4

2

2

8

6

6

1
3
I

4

11

8

10

2

1
2

8 $0.275
2 . .312
.414
.367
.334

18

8

.329
12

1

5

2

3

4

1

1

2

.334

I

21

26

21

13

9

7

8

1

1

STATISTICS.

10
13
16
7
37

LABOR

3
2
2
2
2

O
F

One week:
Connecticut.................
Indiana........................
Massachusetts..............
New Y ork..................
Other States................

BUREAU

D R IL L -P R E S S H AND S AND O P E R A T O R S .

80
and 90
un­ cts.
der and
90 over.
cts.

THE

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

O
F

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver' age
earn­
ings
14
16
18
25
45
35
12
20
40
30
50
60
per
hour and and and and and and and and and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
work­ der der der der
der der der der der der der der
ed.
14
16
18
25
35
45
20
40
50
60
30
70
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours
worked per week day for the pay­
Aver­
roll period were—
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em­
5
6
4
7
8
ed
lish­ ploy*
per Un­ and and and and and and
ments . ees.
week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
day.
der der der der der der
4,
5.
6.
8.
9.
10.
7.

INSPECTORS AND TESTERS.
One week:

37
14
22

7.3
8,0
7,9

2
1

2
3

...................

9

73

7.6

3

5

Two weeks and one-half
month;
All States....................

2

13

8.1

1

1

61

7.8

12

147

7,7

Total

One month:
All States
Grand to t a l............

24
3

9
12
13

1
3

27

34

4

1

11

1
4

7

22

12

50

76

1
1

3
U

13
6
9

23
2
1

1
1

1

2

14

28

26

2

5

5

2

1

10

30

19

2

15

37

35

31

26

2

2

2

1

6

16

10

3

1

2

8

18

10

5

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

.m

.322

.220

31

1

1

$0,349
.307

,242
4

1

• 279

MACHINERY,

3
3
3

ELECTRICAL

....

New York
Qth^r States

L A T H E H A N D S AND O P E R A T O R S .

Total

1

3

1

6

7.7

1

1

7.8

1

40

7.9

2

7.8

2

3

47

2

1

1

$0.282
1

.183

16

22 .......

.278

1

2

17

2

.276

1

2

25

2

APPARATUS,

One week:
All States
Two weeks and one-half
month;
All States
On© month:
All States

M E T A L F IN IS H E R S ,

Two weeks and one-half
month:
AU States..
One month:
All States .................




8.6
7-3

1
1

4

9

8,0

2

3

6.1

1

1

8.2

8

13

7-6

1

1

1

3

$0.254
.467

1

4

4

3

3

4

3

.348

1

4

1

.236

1
3
3

2

.307
4

1

1

.319

1
1

1.

6

2

211

Grand to ta l..............

5
4

SUPPLIES.

Total

2
2

AN
D

One week;
Connecticut., ...............
Other States
.........

212

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES—Concluded.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

whose earnings per hour worked were—

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

1

2

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

1

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

1

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and 90
un­ cts.
der and
90 over.
cts.

BUREAU

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

M IL L IN G -M A C H IN E H AN D S AND O P E R A T O R S .
One week:
All States.................

2

5

7.5

1

2

2

$0,406

j

I

O
F

P U N C H -P R E S S H A N D S AND O P E R A T O R S .

11
16
32

O^
O
r i-l t'l
-

1

Total.........................

9

59

7.5

1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States.....................

1

1

7.6

One month:
All States....... .............

1

6

11

68

7.5

2

1

1

1
1
4

1
2
15

12
10

2

3

6

18

22




6

$0,330
.267
.459

2

1

2

4
3
3

3
8
6

2

1
7

.383

2

1

2

10

17

10

1

7.7

Grand total..............

1

2

3

1

4

7

20

26

.378

1

1

.340
7

1
4

6

2

2

1

5

6

2

2

1

5

6

2

2

1

1

.300

1
1

1

8

2

1

2

2

2

1

11

20

12

2

1

STATISTICS.

2
3
4

LABOR

One week:
Connecticut.................
New York...................
Other States................

THE

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

O
F

whose average hours
Employees
Worked per week day for the pay­
Aver­
Aver­
roll period were—
age
age
Num­ Num­ hours
earn­
ber of ber of work­
ings
14
12
16
18
20
estab­ em­
per
4
7
5
6
8
ed
lish­ ploy­
hour and and and and and
per Un­ and and and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
ments. ees.
week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ work­ der der der der der
4. der der der der der der
day.
ed.
14
16
18
25
20
8.
9.
10.
5.
6.
7.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

SCREW-MACHINE HANDS AND OPERATORS.

Total.........................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States....................
Grand total

2

4.9
8.2

1

1

4

4

6.5

1

1

1

4

6.8

5

8

6.7

1
1

1

=

2

$0.243
.275

1

1
2

2

.259

1

3

1

3

3
1

3

3

.319
2

.289

-----

1

3

1

MACHINERY,
APPARATUS,
AN
D
SUPPLIES.

213




..........

1
2
2

ELECTRICAL

One week:
New York...................
Other States................

214

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

FOUNDRIES.
MAXES.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 90
91
and and and and and and and and cts. and $1.25
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and un­ and
der der der der der der der der un­ der over.
50 55 60 65 70 75 80 90 der
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1. $1.25

THE

25 30 35
U n­and and and
der un­ un­ un­
25 der der der
cts. 30 35 40
cts. cts. cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Av­
Num­N um ­ erage
ber
ber hours
of
Pay-roll period and locality. of es- em­ work­
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11
tabed
lish- ploy­ per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments ees. week 4. der
der der der der der der der over
day.
5. 6. 7. 8.
9.
10. 11. 12.

CHIPPERS AND G R IN D E R S.

.411
.432
.445
.444
.484
f 434
.596
.511
.391
.480

8.4
7.9
8.4
8.1
8.3
8.8
7.1
7.7
9.0
6.5

92 1,013

8.1

17
16
31
49
59
188
13

6.8
7.9

7.7

24

37

259

77

17

.484
.430
,471
.524
.499
.472
.594

1
5

4
5
1
20

23
2
43
10

13

3
1
8
8
19
9

44
160
27
43
25
5

4
10
41
29
4
8

3
3

5
3

3
17
2

13
1
3$

26

91

8
1
8
1

1

3

2

1

4

3

4

2
1

3
1

3
10
18
12

17
7
4
7

3
2

14

6

1

1

1
1
5
29
4
2
7

i
4
18

3
8

2

3

410 190 108

85

30

11

2
7
3 "4
5
5
5
1

1
2
6
1

10

16

7

17

3

13
6

5

1

13
1
17

12
7

4
3

20
99

5
3
27
16
19
52

1
2
23
1
9
4

1
1

1
1

1
1

1

6

12

18

8

a

2
1
1

*T
1

4

2

1
%

17

STATISTICS.




12

8.0

5

SO.584
.491
.527
.474
.356
.645
.387

LABOR

Two weeks:
California........................
Colorado.,....................
Illinois............................
Michigan........................
Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Ohio...............................
Oregon and Washington..

59
178
85

7.3
8.5
7.7

O
F

Total........................

27
42
23
65
15
138
31

BUREAU

One week:
California.....................
Connecticut..................
Delaware and Maryland.
Illinois.........................
Indiana........................
Iowa............................
Kentucky and Tennessee..
Maine and New Hamp­
shire ............................
Massachusetts..................
Missouri..........................
New Jersey.....................
New York.......................
Ohio...............................
Oregon and Washington..
Pennsylvania..................
Rhode Island..................
Other States....................

Pennsylvania and West

Total...............................
Grand to ta l.....................

9.2
8.2

6

*6
2

301
32

31

706

8.6

30

123 1,719

8.3

54

13
3

7
?

16
3

??
6

47
1

25

?6

67

63

131

57

63 146 9,49 390

89
15

27
2

28

46

197

89

31

47

.492

496 166 | 48 j 50

.487

1
19

.519
.398
1
1

32

27 123

36

73
3

46

192 219 116

68

46

602 409 224 153

76

44
10

97

4
1 14
25

7

4

4

13

16

22

1

28
4
17

3
n

17

1

CORE M A K E R S, F IR S T C L A SS.
o^o^gia. . . .

fJornificticTit-.............
Delaware and Maryland...
Illinois................................
Tudiflnft. .
Iowa............
..............
Kentucky and Tennessee..
Maine, New Hampshire,
aad Vermont
Massachusetts ..
Michigan*. ..
Missouri. . . ....
New Jersey.......................
New Y o r k ,........................
Ohio »
Oregon and W ashington..
Pennsylvania and West
Virginia...
Rhode Island

4
4
8
4
8

10
32
38
26
101
42
20
31

10.1
7.6
7.9
7.4
7.7

2
8
6
19
6
4

16
42
14
54
40
112
32
27

7.9
8.3
6.6
8.3
8.7
7.5
8.4
7.0

6
5

22
19

108

3

5
a
8

%

7.9

7.6
8.5

1
1
9
!
6
1
3

1
1
3
'?

4
1

?,

9
,

?.
1
9

1

ft
4
4

1
?,6
?.1
19
55

ft

3
?,

?,

a
?,

1
1
1

1

2

3
2
2
3
2
18

5
1
2

1

3

8.1
8.2

T

2
1

678

7.9

26

12

2
3
2
3
6
3
6

24
19
22
39
71
120
7

7.5 .. . .
7.3
8.5
7.8
2
9.3
8.1
9
7.7

Other States.....................

17
2

126
30

7.5
6.8

Total..............................

133

458

8.0

22 *10

Grand total..................... 1141 1,136

7.9

48

1
5
9
3
4
1 ” 3 i’
19
7
33
31
4
9
6
15

5

T otal.........
Two weeks:
California............................
Colorado...........................
Illinois....................................

M ichigan...........................
Minnesota and W isconsin.
Ohio....................................
Oregon and W ashington...
Pennsylvania and West
Virginia,..............................




5
5

2

4
1

1

7
2
9
22

10

7
27
2
13
8
20
17

3

2

1

5 $0.454
.798
.663
.784
.649
.569
.677
.578

"i

4

1

1

1
2

2

2

59 109

261

161

23

3
1
1
2
3
7
2

6
2
2
5
2
10
3

12
13
11
25
22
51
2

1

1

2
3
28
26

3

8
4

37
3

51
2

10
10

19

31

70

189

80

25

4

8

.707

35

90 179

452

239

48

9

14

.670

16

T
2

1

5

2
3

8
3

14
2

5

6

1
2
1 "s’

5

2

2
1

2

3

2

2

5

7

1
36
4
22

2
4
3
6

6

2
38

1

.598
.491

1
1

3
2

.m

4
2

2

.632
.595
.712
.527
.646
.626
.846

11
7

1

22

1

7

2
10

2

1

?,7

2

1

.645

12

I

a

4
3
I

13
3

6

1

21

25

2

1
2
8
4

3
4
7
4
5
4
2
3
10

i
6
5
29
13
2
6
1

61 134

4
3
12
10

2
9

16
2
8

7
2

1

2

1

2

1
1
3
5 . . . . 28
6
23 28 11
1
3

1
3

4

3
22

3

70
2
1
2

7

88 131

60

"i

4

.775
.758
.759
.752
.596
?703
.774

3

1 Including 1 establishment with monthly pay period.

2

15

23

44

55

80

10
1
13
22
4
7 *3* 7
13
7 22
2
2
4

6
18
1

9

1

%

”
6*
35
1

1
9
a
i

14
1

10
10

19
13

12
2

40
2

21

32

62

53

42

79

98

23

5

40 105 166 150 184 102 134 178

32

6

.740
,654

1

5
6
6

3
2

1
2

5
2
23
9

1

3

15

3
1
13
1

1
4

q X Z

One week;
Alabama,

216

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR W ORKED, BY SEX AND
T
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued. *
Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—

2
5
3
5
2
6

2
27
10
7
5
24

8.4
7.6
8.7
8.8
7.9
9.6

Total...............................

34

173

Two weeks:
California............................
Michigan.............................
Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Other States......................

2
2
4
15

T otal...............................
Grand total.....................




2

4

2
1

3

3

10
4

2

2
1

1

4

5
1

1

1

1

8.3

7

7

5

5
26
26
65

7.8
7.9
8.9
7.8

2
1
3

1
2
4

1

4

113

122

8.0

6

6

2

147

295

8.2

13

13

7

11
3

2
1

5
34
1

2

$0.421
.605
.460

15

11
8
5

1

5

2

6

.364
.539
.482
.528
.376
.449

1
1

1

3
3

2
2
5

7

28

28

69

18

6

.539

1

3
3
12

2
13
12
16

6
6
25

3

2

.531
.647
.431
.539

1
1

5

18

43

37

3

2

.539

2

12

44

71

106

21

8

.539

1

2
2
15 "'7* 23
5
3
1
2

1

1
5
3

8

3

4

5

9
3
6

2
1
1

7

1

1

48

18

10

5

6

2
3

1
1

3

6

1

11

3

6<r ~29

13

3
1

1

1

3

4
11

4

3

6

38

20

3

4
8

2
2
” 7'
1
12 * 8
7
13 12

3 1 12
1
27 22
6 | 18 ~65~ 42
•1

3

3

8

3

3

8

3

6

15

3

2

2

6

1

1

8

3

1

3

3

3

14

3

1

8

9

6

17

11

4

STATISTICS.

9

9.0
8.2
7.5

7

LABOB

82

O
F

4
2
5

BUREAU

One week:
Connecticut........................
Iowa....................................
K entucky and T ennessee.
Maine and New Hamp­
shire ................................
Missouri..............................
New Jersey........................
New Y ork..........................
Pennsylvania.....................
Other States......................

THE

CORE M A K E R S , SECO N D C L A SS .

O
F

Employees whose earnings per hour worked wereAver­
age
earn­
ings
25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 90
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11
$1
and
per
and and and and and and and and 12 hour U n­and and and and and un­ and and and and and and cts. and $1.25
un­ un­ un­
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and work­ der un­ un­ der der der der der der der der der der and un­
25 der der
un­ der and
der der der der der der der der over ed. cts. 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 90 der
over.
9.
10. 11. 12.
5. 6. 7. 8.
cts, cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1. $1.25

BULLETIN

A v­
Num­Num­ erage
ber ber hours
of es- of
Pay-roll period and locality. tab- em­ work­
ed
l'ish- ploy­ per
ments ees. week
day.

CRANE OPERATORS.
One week:

Alabama and Georgia..
Connecticut,,,.
Delaware and Maryland...
THinnis
. _
Massachusetts...................
New Y ork.........................
Ohio.
. .
Oregon and W ashington..
Pennsylvania and West
Virginia
..............
Rhode Island___
Other States.....................
T o ta l...

6
5
9
20
12
17
21
17
10
7

11.2
9.4
8.5
10.4
10. 3
8.6
9.4
9.9
9.2
7. 8

2
3
6

9
7
80

8.5
9.5
9.1

"4

1
3

1

52

220

9.3

4

5

1

2
2
5
3
3

10
4
14
28
3

9.9
10.2
10.6
9. 8
7.7

15
4

84
11

9.7
9.0

?
?

3

4

3
8
3
3
6
3

1

7

3

8

5

23

1

1

1

3
1
1

1
1
6

2
1

1
1

3

2
6
1

4
4
3
1
3
11
3
1

3
1

1

9
1
1
1
3
2

3
2
i
2

11

1
3
13

2
30

47

47

53

13

3
3
1
1 "T
5
6
1

3
4
5

1
4

12
2

13
5

8
1

2 SO 456
.
.508
.577
3
.468
4
. 556
1
.574
3
.507
4
.492
1
.543
.857

1
3 *4

1

1

2

46-

3

2

4

5

1

23

16

11

6

1

6

1
6

6
2
4
10

2
1
4
12

1
2

3
1

1
1

0
4

11
1

6
3

11
2

21

17

21

34

28

16

25

19

7

12

44

77 104

39

41

30

13

1
1

1

2

6

9

26

30

21

19

33

3 ir

32

76

76

73

31

55

.534

1

. 546

6

3

5

2

1

7

1
1

7

2

1 Includes 1 establishment w ith m onthly pay period.

217




1

2

1

76

.587
.475

7

5

43

21

11

1

2

23

13
1

9.5

3
2

9

4
5

9.7

4
5

3

1

154

3
5
4
1
2

1
1

3

1

.487
.487
.466
.519
.565

374

1
2

3
3

3

*76

3
2
10

1
4

3

.525

124

2
6
4

1
1
4
2
1
6
7
3

1
2
2

22

Grand total..

3
i
12
3
1
3
5

4

.478
.404
.521

Total..........................

1
1

FOUNDRIES.

Two weeks:
California. .
Michigan.............................
Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Ohio. .
Oregon and Washington...
Pennsylvania and West
Virginia......................
Other States................

3
5
3
6
2
4
5
8
2
3

218

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES— Continued.

O
F
THE

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 90
per U n­and and and and and and and and an d an d and and cts. SI
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and and SI. 25
un­ and
work­ 25 der der der der der der der der der der der der un­ der over.
ed. cts. 30 36 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 90 der Si. 25
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. SI.
cts. cts. ets.

BULLETIN

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
A v­
Num­N um ­ erage
ber hours
ber
of
4
5
6 1 7
8
9
10 11
Pay-roll period and locality. of es- em­ work­
ed
taband and andand and and and and 12
lish- ploy­ per Un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments ees. week der der der der der der der der der over
day. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
10. 11. 12.

CUPOLA T E N D ER S.

1
2
1

2
2
2
6

.....

2

4

5

2
8

1

1

....

3

2

4
3

5

1

9. Q
7.5
9.0
10.6

3

2

1

4

1

2
1

4
6

2
1

12

50

65

37

12

1
1

2
1

2
2

1
5

4

1

7

4

2
2

1

1
2

5
3

*4'
3

5

3

.510

1
2

3

2
2

2
2

. d ll
^499
.550
.538
.498
.532
.511
.793

.502
.551
.645

3
3

SO 422
.
.753
• 533
.677
.469
.409
.476
.416

.460
.439

3

1

11
7
3

1
6

” 3
1

1
1

7
3

1

1

4

.....

1

1

4
5
6
2

1

1

8.7
9.5
195

I
1

....

1

5

1

110

1

3
1
1

1

2
1

1

1
1

8.4
9.7
7.5
9,0
8.5

2
1

7

3

1

3

2

3

2
2

1

2

1

1

1

2

1
2

9

5

1

‘T

1

2

3
1
8
1

1
1

2
2

4
5

1
1

4
3

7
3

9
9
1

1

1

1
1

1
3

2
3

5

4

13

35

40

52

20

14

7

3

1

3
3
2

1
2

1
2

2

-1

5

1

1

1
1

2

5

1

2

I

1

1

STATISTICS.




1

LABOR

Two weeks:
California..........................
Colorado........................... .
Illinois..............................

1

O
F

Total........... ................. .

10.4
7.8
9.3
8.4
9.2
8.3
9.4
8.7

BUREAU

One week:
Alabama and Georgia. . . .
c^u fo r m a ..,.....................
Coaufictieut......................
Delaware and Maryland..
Illinois..............................
•
fodfonft.............................
Iowa..................................
Kentucky and Tennessee
New Hampshire,
and Vermont.................
Massachusetts...................
Michigan...........................
Missouri............................
Now Jersey.......................
New Y o r k . . . . . . . . ..........
Ohio..................................
Oregon and W ashington.,
Pennsylvania and West
yirglnia.........................
Rhode Island....................

Michigan.............................
Minnesota and, W isconsin.
Oregon and W ashington..
Pennsylvania and West
Virffinia

3
£
3

5
11
15
7

11.0
a. 8
9,3
7.7

14
2

11

8.8
9.3

14

1
1

?
>
}

i
t
i

?
1

83

9,2

%

Grand total , ................. - 1 139

278

9,0

2

3

10

9

23

6

3

5

9

59

88

1
1
3
4 *T

.609
,477

2
2

3

3
1

’
1

J39

Total................................

1
3
2

1
3

22

3
i
10 * i
16
53

1

5

,634
1

,S9§
.382

4

8
9

1
4
3

*2

1
2
2
3

5

.m

4

22

9

.517

8

22

$0,533
.449
,347
.450
,384

eT

2
2
4

1
1
1
1

n

15

4Q 49

73

35

10

10

4
1

25

12
1

1
1

1
ii
13
i

1

2
1

«

3

2

2

13

6

2

7

2
1

26
3

1

3

4

5
I
i

10

a

2
1
8

9

7
21

2

HANDY M EN.

Total................................

2
5
%

3
3
3
3

Q 7.6
9,1
22
4 10.0
9.6
67
14
7.8

I

1
6
5

5
4

10
4

1

3

3
9
2

8.1
8.9
6.7
7-0
8.3
9-0
7.9

2
2

5
11

7.6
7.3

i*

46

268

8.3

10

5

5

2
3
3

10
33
48

9.9
9.7
94

14
3

116
16

9.6

Total................................

115

Grand total.....................

161

2
1
a
2

i

1

i
5

3
11

1

31

1
1

5
4

4
8

2

1
8
1
30

2

1

%

13
2

8

5
x 2
3
15 **io*
1
1
8
4
6

4
3
2
3
ii
4
3

2

1
6

1
1

45

57

44

51

11

3

.509

1
1
4

1

10
14
22
37
18
21
17

z

Two weeks:
Michigan.............................
Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Ohio , . , . . T r, , . ,
,
Pennsylvania and West
Virginia...........................
Other States......................

4
4

3
16
13

4
7
12

2
2
8

'%

%

3
1
2*
1
4

1

%

1

<423
,473

2

*717

1

I

3

5

1

, 49 a
.514
.489

1

3

1

.497
.626

4

2
4
3 ’io'
1
4
%
l
4

1
4

1

2
0

6

l

2

1

75

48

26

14

8

9

1

.514
.493

5
1

5
8
31

4
10
8

1
9
4

1
3

% 22

51

24

13

73

38

17

4

77 144 121

64

31

12

4

5

1

4

5

1

4

5

1

58

10

9

A%

1

3
5

i
4

2
T
3
9
8
3

1

2
2

3
3

5

12
5

18
1

23
2

20
2

10

20

7.9

3
1

• Wl
,431

2

11

3

223

9.3

9

4

8

5

23

27

57

45

22

23

.517

2

19

69

491

8,8

19

9

39

36

68

84

101

96

33

26

,313

J ,...
i

1 Includes 1 establishment w ith m o n th ly pay period.

10

31

1
4
1.
9

2

219




1

FOUNDRIES.

One
Connapticut............ .........minniF
,
I n d ia n ^ ,,,..,,...................
IOWa, IFMIM’ O l l t f T ' and Tennessee..
Maine, New Hampshire,
and Vermont...................
Massachusetts....................
Michigan*......... , . T
,
Missouri* . ...........................
H{?w l e r ^ y .........................
New Y ork........... . .........
OU q ....................................
Pejinsyl vania and West
V irginia.,........................
Other States.......................

220

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES— Continued.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

25 30 35
Un­and and and
der un­ un­ un­
25 der der der
cts. 30 35 40
cts. cts. cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 90
and and and and and and and and cts. $1 $1.25
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and and
der der der der der der der der un­ un­ and
50 55 60 65 70 75 80 90 der der over.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1. $1.25

THE

LABO R ER S.

142
131
159

Total...............................

3,303
31
83
81
184
212

8.7 156
7.1
7.6
9.0

.414
.425
.483
.460
.425
.452
.425
.581
.400
.373

238 383

17

26
17
55 281 514 1301 571 320

785

18

.424
.371
.449
.564
.435

87

22

STATISTICS,

10
23

8.4
9.3

Two weeks:
California..........................
Colorado...........................
Illinois...............................
Michigan............................
Minnesota and Wisconsin.




9.0
8.7
7.1
8.0
8.2
8.7
8.0

$0,281
.519
.437
.474
.407
.323
.477
.312

LABOR

274
109
311
275
424
152
70

48

O
F

120
370

19

8.7
7.8
8.1
7.5
8.6
9.4
8.8
7.1

BUREAU

One week:
Alabama and Georgia.......
California...........................
Connecticut........................
D elaware and Maryland...
Illinois................................
Indiana............................. .
Iowa...................................
Kentucky and T ennessee,
Maine, New Hampshire,
and Vermont..................
Massachusetts....................
Michigan........................... .
Missouri..............................
N ew Jersey........................
N ew Y ork........................ .
Ohio...................................
Oregon and W ashington..
Pennsylvania and West
Virginia......................... .
Rhode Island................... .

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
A v­
Num­ erage
Num­ ber
ber
hours
of es- of work­
4
5
Pay-roll period and locality. tab- em­
8
9
10 11
6
7
ed
12
Iish- ploy­ per Un­ and and and and and and and and and
un­ un­ un­
un­
ments ees. week der un­ un­ der der der un­ un­ der over
4. der der
der der
day.
5. 6. 7. 8.
9.
10. 11. 12.

Ohio....................................
Oregon and W ashington..
Pennsylvania and West
Virginia, ..........................
Other states........................

3
4

317
59

8.5
7.4

44

4

?,

1

16
2

652
109

8.4
8.5

5?
8

8.5 138

Total...............................

130 1,728

Grand to ta l....................

1144 5,031

7

15

48
SO

58
1

54

33

35

.421
.527

14
7

1?
94 < 97
q 5
7

137
q

131
48

56
16

46
5

53

.467
.365

44

51

334

413 262 102 112

.454

8.4 294 135 171 331 562 1119 1159 833 244 183

.440

?
,

14
8

70

93 179

3

1

1
1

3
94

16

33

1
3

316 173 105
13

49

4

274
6

33
1

1

834 305 181 119

27

9

1

9

11

3

1

57 303 708 2135 876 501 206

92

31

35

21

23

9

7

1

5
7

2
1
1
11
15

7
1

9
1
1
6
9
6
8

26
6
6
21
13
23
14

7
3

8
5

3
1
2

3
5

67 145

78

98

2

2
27

6

22 194

M O L D E R S, B EN C H .
•

7
2
2
6
3
16
6
4
3
4
2

61
7
21
39
83
130
63
16
30
25
4

3
7.7
•7.8
6.7
8.8
1
5.9
2
7.7
3
7.9
7.0
8.9 " T
8.4
7.7

Total...............................

81

665

7.6

2
2
2
2
5
2

8
5
15
10
12
4

7.7
7.9
8.8
7.1
7.3
4.8

3
8
6
36

28
52
47
31
28

7.7
8.5
7.3
7.4
8.0

?,
?,
5

17

4

?,

1
2

12

1

1

6
2
2
1

64
3

17
1
1
16
2

20

12
3

Total...............................

120

179

7.7

10

7

Grand total..................... 1101

844

7.6

27

27

*Y
1
1
78
1

1
1 *3
2
5
1

3
1

7
,

?
7
3

4
6

3

3
4

3
3

3
48
22
4 10
1
5
2

5
3
28
10
1
3
16
3

77 109
2
2

i
3
3

1

1

?,3
?0
26

1

24
7
17
13
36
2
33
5
31
15
6

147

189

4
4
6
2
3

1
1
4

34
8

7
2

15
7

12

14

30

61

90

91 139

208

$0.789
.580
.602
.623
.560
.551
.568
.734
.599
.655
.620
.601
.855
.526
.567
.637

9
19

28

.618

5

9
13
4
3
3
1 "2

2

2

1

1

1
1

2
3

1
2
4
1

2

7
1

2

.672
.752
.677
.684
.533
.666

1

13
15

2
7

1
2

2

35

8

2

36

2

.618

4

17

37

1
4

49

1
4
7

1
2
2
1

2
1
1

1
7

6
7

18
3

21
7

3

.620

224

4

11

2

8

24

28

32

20

45

73

95 177

2
1

.630
.558

4

1 Includes 1 establishment with monthly pay period.

4

3
1

6
31
2
2

4

25

1

7

i

i
13
19
27

1
*9
28
9
1
i

18
2

1

1

1

1
1
7
32
1

7
7
14
5
2

1
1
7

2

2

1

1

1
4

1

"3
1
1

37

2

1

1
1

3

2
5

6
8

3
4

21

12

14

99 110

81

9
1

1

1

67

1

15
1

i
1
8
2

2

51

5

6

2
1

1

1
1

1
8

3

19

12

4

2

56

63

9

8

221




7.7
7.7

8

2

Two weeks:
California............................
Colorado.............................
Illinois................................
Michigan.............................
Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Oregon and W ashington..
Pennsylvania and West
Virginia...........................
Other States......................

85
40

?,

3
6
4

FOUNDRIES.

One week:
California...........................
Connfirttimitv
. .
Illinois................................
Iow a...................................
Kentucky and Tennessee.
Maine, New Hampshire,
and Vermont..................
Massachusetts....................
Michigan.............................
Missouri..............................
New Jersey.........................
New York..........................
Ohio....................................
Oregon and W ashington..
Pennsylvania.....................
Rhode Island.....................
Other States.......................

222

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.
whose earnings per hour worked were—

45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 90
$1
and and and and and and and and cts. and $1.25
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and un­ and
der der der der der der der der un­ der over.
50 55 60 65 70 75 80 90 der
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1. $1.25

THE

M O LD E R S, F LO O R .

8.0
8.3
7.6
8.1
8.7
7.8
7.9
7.1
8.1
8.3

Total.............. ...............

114 1,766

7.9

Two weeks:
California...........................
Colorado.............................
Illinois...............................
Michigan............................
Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Ohio..................................

49
40
30
65
121
157

7.6
6.9
8.4
8.0
8.5
8.0




18

13

10

.585
.644
.679
.720
.604
.676
.677
.880
.736
.568
58

45

45 175 293

556

535

47

‘ .682

.763
.801
.798
.648
.723

16

10

10

13
44

45

66 244 273 351 231 188

41

17

STATISTICS.

71
83
37
140
68
351
85
95
41
44

22

•10.676
.816
.640
.784
.671
.585
.690
.565

LABOR

8.4
7.7
8.3
7.4
7.7
8.0
8.1
7.8

O
F

45
95
152
71
169
76
76
67

BUREAU

One week:
Alabama and Georgia---California..........................
Connecticut.......................
Delaware and M aryland..
Illinois..............................
Indiana....... .....................
Iow a..................................
Kentucky and Tennessee.
Maine, New Hampshire,
and Vermont................
Massachusetts....................
Michigan...........................
Missouri.............................
New Jersey........................
New Y ork........................
Ohio..................................
Oregon and W ashington..
Pennsylvania....................
Rhode Island....................

O
F

Employees whose average hours worked per
Employees
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
earn­
25 30 35 40
ings
5
4
6
7
9
8
10 11
and and
per U n­
and and and and and and and and 12 hour der and un­ un­ and
un­
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and work- 25 der der der un­
der
der der der der der der der der over
cts. 30 35 40 45
9.
10. 11. 12.
5. 6. 7. 8.
cts. cts. cts. cts.

BULLETIN

A v­
Num­Num­ erage
ber hours
ber
of es- of work­
Pay-roll period and locality. tab- em­ ed
lish- ploy­ per
ments ees. week
day.

Oregon and W ashington..
Pennsylvania and West
Virginia...........................
‘Other States.......................
Total...............................
Grffjid tot.ql .

5

41

7.0

3

1

2

7

18

10

16
2

238
76

7.7
6.3

q
29

3
5

7

17
?

78
12

95
4

132

817

7.7

67

19

25

55 171

7.8 125

64

70

464

- . 1146 2,583

1

8

22

7

2

47
34

38

19

4

70 170 193

48

21

2

86 304 400 446 301 358 443

89

38

8

.888
27
24

3

292

146

27

11

4

.740

848

681

74

16

11

.700

12
8

.745
.682
3
9

2

8

47

53

IQ

1

2
4

6

1

20

26
27

60
5

32
2

60 127

95

1

M O LD ER S, FLO O R , SP E C IA LIST.

3
2
3
6

5
45
37
27

8.5
8.0
8.0
7.0

1

10

Total...............................

14

114

7.8

1

10

1

Two weeks:
All States...........................

3

61

8.4

1

2

Grand total....... ............

17

175

8.0

1

1

11

3

1
3
2

17
12
i

22
18
3

4
2
4
8

6

30

43

18

3

7

12

35

9

37

55

53

5

3

1
2

....

11
2

3

1

3
2
5

1
20
6

8
1

1

2

4
2
1

5

4

$0,387
.593
.845
.508

5

.667

4

6

13

9

7

6

3

6

13

10

27

9

1

13

20

11

9

1

J

1

3

2

19

33

20

16

7

3

7

14

13

29

9

1

5

3
3
7
3

1
2
6
10
1

1

2
4
20
2

8
14

2
13

6
17

21

35

9

2

10
2
1
14
7
6

4
24
4
10
2
7

13
30

8
7

IQ
2

1

3

8

3

4

9
1

1

1

.475

1

5

.600

4

FOUNDRIES.

One week:
Maine, New Hampshire,
and Vermont..................
Massachusetts....................
Missouri..............................
Other States.......................

M O LD E R S, M A C H IN E .

One week:
Connecticut........................
Delaware andMaryland. . .
Illinois................................
Iowa....................................
Kentucky and Tennessee.
Maine, New Hampshire,
and Vermont..................
Massachusetts....................
Michigan.............................
Missouri..............................
New Jersey........................
New York..........................
Pennsylvania and West
Virginia...........................
Rhode Island.....................
Other States.......................
Total.

75
72
14
69
15
37

3

7.8
8.0
7.9
8.4
6.9
8.1
7-3
8.2
9.0
7.6

57
26
41

10
63
48
20
6
29
7
6
8

8.4
8.0
55

200

$0,436
.592
.599
.682
.436

2
39
1

1

.572
.597
.526

3
2

1

25

70

1
1

1

.594

7

i

.507
.660

l

4
4
3
13
3

12
3
I

17
3
1

1

1
4

2
3

1
2

.525
.477
.661
2

1

16
13

....

3

^Includes 1 establishment with monthly pay period.

2
3

2
7

11
5

19
3
6

14
4
7

7
1
6

6

9

4

19

68

70

96

96

92

49

48

28

47

1

1

1
3

4

1
1

12

2

1

223




10
5
30
165
19

224

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 90
and- ijud and and and and and and and cts. $1
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and and $1.25
der der der der der der der der der un­ un­ and
45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 90 der der over.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $ 1 . $1.25

53
17
45

9.8

5
2

38
17

8.2
7.2

Total...............................

15

170

8.9

6

2

4

Grand total.....................

60

805

8.3

22

22

19

9.2

1

2

5

4*

1

1

25

6

1

5
9
7

14

9

2
2

7
4

17
1

6
6

4

5

17

39

46

39

8

4

.606

246 109

10

5

.596

1

1

14

1

1

8 .6

60 128 | 184

8

4

$0,558
.760
.598

2

3

27

16

.668
.487

5
13

1
4

6

6

*5

3
6

5

3

6

5

3

1

8

3
2

6
1

10
1

37

22

1

1

2

1

18
14
34
12
37
118
49
29

9.0
8.6
10.0
8.5
6.8
7.9
7.5
9.3

1
1

1

4
1
3
1

10
5
1

2
1
1
1
2
1
2

1
i
2
9
11
1

1
2
3
15
14
2

4
5
1
1
1
68
6
5

5
3
7
14
16
7
3

11
1
19
1
2
5
10

1
6

‘T

$0,375
.440
.407
.421
1
.403
.503
1
.492
4
.438

2

1

20

14

17

12

11

22

9

4

1

4

20

88

84 133 118 109

61

59

50

56

16

3

2

2

5
7
1
2
25
3
12
13

7
1
33
3
3
4
5
2

2
2

2

1

1

7
1
69
3
5

6
5
10
7

1
11
16
1

12
2
1

2*

1

’Y
1

1

STATISTICS.




2
2
2
2
3
6
7
4

1

3

M OLDERS ’ H E L PE R S, FLOOR.
One week:
Alabama and Georgia.......
Connecticut........................
Illinois................................
Iowa...................................
Kentucky and Tennessee..
Missouri.............................
New York..........................
Ohio...................................

3

2 " 4"
2

LABOR

4

2
2

O
F

Two weeks:
Illinois................................
Michigan............................
Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Pennsylvania and W est
Virginia...........................
Other States......................

BUREAU

MOLDERS, MACHINE—Concluded.

THE

25 30 35
and and and
un­ un­ un­
der der der
30 35 40
cts. cts. cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per Unhour der
work­ 25
ed. cts.

BULLETIN

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Av­
Num­ Num­ erage
ber ber hours
of es- of
4
5
6
11
Pay-roll period and locality. tab- em­ work­
7
9
8
10
ed
lish- ploy­ per Un­and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over
5. 6 . 7. 8 . 9.
1 0 . 11 . 1 2 .

8

1

Oregon and W ashington...
Khode Island................
Other States..................

124793°— 20----------- 15

Total...........................

7.2

37

505

Two weeks:
California............................
Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Ohio....................................
Oregon and W ashington...
Pennsylvania and West
Virginia......................... .
Other States.....................

10.0
8.1
8.0

.617
.429
.472

64
17
19

16

41

54

58
4

1
1

6.6
8.5
6.8
7.1

.440
.452
.567
.601

7.9
7.2

73

.366

T otal...............................

202

7.3

Grand total.....................

707

~7^8

35

16

12

.454

40

3
11
3
3

37

54
109

2
0

11
2

30

13
14

143 I 70

73

30
16
1

.492

2
1

1
0

127

13
74 101

50

PATTERN M A K E R S.

Total.................................

9.4
7.5
7.3
7.7
8.4
7.9
7.2
7.9

358

.466
.637
.584
.810
.625
.737
.777
.947

8.2
8.7
78

$0,746
.939
.594
.838
.720
.645
.616
.557

.627
.550

8.0 1
0

30

78

15

15
3

29
25
1

30

47

42

33

37

76

26

1
1

225




9.2
7.6
8.2
7.6
8.1
7.9
8.0
7.8

FOUNDRIES.

One week:
Alabama and Georgia.......
California.......................... .
Connecticut...................... .
Delaware and M aryland...
Illinois...........................
Indiana..........................
Iowa...............................
Kentucky and Tennessee..
Maine, N ew Hampshire,
and Verm ont..................
Massachusetts....................
Michigan.............................
Missouri..............................
N ew Jersey........................
N ew Y ork..........................
Ohio....................................
Oregon and W ashington..
Pennsylvania and West
Virginia...........................
Rhode Island.....................

226

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Concluded.
Employees whose average hours wofked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45 50 55 60 65 70
and and and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der der der
50 55 60 65 70 75
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

75 80 90
11
and and cts. and $1.25
un­ un­ and un­
and
der der un­ der over.
80 90 der $1.25
cts. cts. 11.

3
5

5.9
9.0
7.2
8.7
7.4
6.7

2

15
8
40
32
12

17
3

104
16

8.3
7.9

1

f e t a l............................... 129
•
(if&hd total..................... 1107

235

8.1

8

4

3

593

8.0

18

8

Oregon and W ashington..
Pennsylvania and West
Virginia..........................
Other States......................

i

1
2
2

1
1

2
1

2

1

1
1

2
2
2
6
1
1 ” 26’
16
9
6
3

4
3
17
2

3

39
10

17

9

2

35
5

7

05

92

43

8 |37 158

215

121

1

$0.731
.565
.655
.656
.901
.910
1

12

i

.772

1

.729

4

2

7
1
1

3
2
6

14
4

11

5

46
6

20

1

1

6
1

5

8

22

28

15

65

38

12

1

61

52 141

64

23

1

2
4
13
1

2
1
1
2

3
4
1

2
2

4
7

10
1

15

17

31

17

47

78

59

6

1
2

1

4
9

3

.815
.693

27

1

5
3

5
n

.
1

R OUGH CARPENTERS AND PATTER N M A K E R S ’ H ELPER S.

One week:
Alabama and Georgia....... 1
•(3alifofnia...........................
Connecticut........................
Delaware and M aryland..
Illinois................................
Indiana
...................
IoWa...................................




4
4
5
2
6
4

3

13
6
13
4
15
12

3

8.8
7.9
8.3
8.0
8.9

1

1

8.6
7.5

1

2
2

1
1
1
2
2

5
5
5
4

1
5
4

7

5

3

2

5

$0.573
.644
.459
.573
1
.480

.486
.450

1
3

4
3

1

i

1

1

4
"2
1
1
4
2
5
5 ” 2"
5
4
1
1
1

1

|
1

1

1.......
*■"1.......

STATISTICS.

g

2
2
4

LABOE

3

O
F

Two wsekg?
Colorado...............................
Illinois..................................
M
frfhigfl.fi..............................
Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Ohio.
. * . ....................

BUREAU

PATTERN MAKERS—Concluded.

THE

26 30 35
U n­and and and
der un­ un­ un­
25 der der der
cts. 30 35 40
cts. cts. cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
4
5
7
8
6
9
li
10
pet
and and arid and and and and and 12 hour
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and work­
der der der der der der der der over ed.
11. 1 2 .
5. 6 . 7. 8i 9.
10.

BULLETIN

Av­
N um ­Num­ erage
ber hours
ber
of
P ayroll period and locality. of es- em­ work­
tab*
ed
Ush- ploy* per
ments ees. week
day.

1

.427

2
10

.504
.432
.467
.519
.527
.551
.482
.914

4

6

7.9

4

2
3
2

jsfspy
. ..
Hew York........
O h io ...;.........;
...........
Oregon and W ashington..
m yruylvania and West

5
12
3

8
44
6
12
16
30
8
9

8.5
7. 6
7 S
8. 3
8.6
8.2
9.0
8.0

1

1
3 26
ft 1
1
1
1
1
6
2
1
2

2
1
2
2
13
2
3

3
2

9
2

8.1
8.9

1

1

4
1

2
1

76

211

8.2

5

51

57

56

20

1

10

1
1

1
1
2

2
15
3
3

2
1
1
3
1

1
2
3

1

2

11
1

17
6

2
3

2

5

16

56

13

8

1

1

.539

18

67

113

69

28

3

2

.525

Rhode IslandTotal..........

.

.

....

Two weeks;
Colorado...
tWtiois
Michigan... *
HinnGgata and Wisconsin.

i

6

?,

1

1

3

3
2
3
4
3
4

15
2
A
23
6
6

7.8
9. 6
8.0
8.9
8.4
7.7

15
3

33
1?

8.0
9.0

Total..........

127

105

8. 3

2

U03

316

8.2

7

6

3

3

Grand total

1
1

Oregon and W ashington..
Pennsylvania and West
y!r$n la...................
Other States

2

13

2

3

1
1
1
2
4

6
9
4
4
2 *T

1
1
2

T

1

3

2
1
23 14
1 ..... 3
1
1
3
2
3
1
4

2
5
2
4
6
9
1

2
4
10
1

1
2
2
1

2

1

.518

5

1

.509
.506
.614
.481
.537
.641

8

14

7

2

2
1
2
2

2

.590
.456

7

6

1
1

i

47

38

47

30

2
1

10

3
1

12
1

2
4
2
1

1
1
1
1

1
2

11
3

8
1

1
1 . 2
1

X

6

2

1

2

1

.493
.475

1

1

1

1

! 2

2

3

2

2

3

2

2

3

1
5

3

1
1
1

1

2

11

19

33

14

9

14

2

1

5

10

58

57

80

44

23

21

7

4

1
3

5
3

1

1

1

5

7

1

4

1

*ssH K U K £k & a :

1

Kentucky and Tennessee..
Maine, New Hampshire,
and Vermont................
Massachusetts....................
Mfrfiigsii........

FEM ALES.
CORE M A K E R S , SE C O N D C L A S S.

2
2
2
4

6
11
6
32

7.5
6.9
8.2
7.2

1
5
2

2

7

4
6
1
15

..........

10

55

7.3

2

2

13

26

Two weeks:
A ll States...........................

3

28

6.7

3

6

2

13

83

7.1

5

8

15

43

2
4

17

Grand total.....................

1
3
2

Total.........




6

6

$0.296
.322
.218
.286
.287

2
6
14
22

9

6

.333

22

9

15

2

5

2

6

.425
6

1
.

8

3

3

5

3

21

10

8

5

5

3

JIncludes 1 establishment with monthly pay period.

|
i

1
IZZ

Oue week:
Kentucky and Tennessee.
New York..........................
Rhode Island
Other States.

228

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

FURNITURE.

Aver-

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

Un­
der
14
cts.

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

20
25
18
30
and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der
30
20
25
35
cts. cts. cts. cts.

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

12

14
33
14
32
60

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
cts.
and
over.

BUREAU

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

C A BIN E TM A K E R S.

8.7
8.4
8.3
9.4
9.1

6
6
1
1

4

42
42
160
53

26

505

6

2
1
1
2
1
2

1
1

1
1

97
111

4 "54'
5

3

27

3
3
4

5

5

8 .6

6

3
3

4

944

8 .1

1
2
1

3

1
1

4
10
1

32
56
24

2

49

2
1

8.7

9

8 .6

23

45
14
7
27
4
5
29
40
18

78
34
93
17
44
29
18
4

18
19
5
28
4

204

430

135

22

52
74

9
5

2
8

..... .....
4
4

2

5

18

18

21

83

1

2
1
1
1

2
1

3
3
7

2
1

4

4

2

2

7

16
23
3
5
14

9

11

9

27

83

5

*

4

1
1

1

2

63

5

O
O




9

2
2

5
6

1
2
1

2

5
1

158
31
90
72
71
30

00

Total......................

122
102
66

9.2
9.0
8.7
7.2
8.7
8.9
8.7
9.6
.9.0
8.7

1
6

1

2

2

1

7

10
21

12

31
13

99
14

201

139

6

2

3

3

$0.386
.376
.431
-531
.419
.357
.390
.364
.364
.399
.382
.427
.406

.440
.452
.336
.309
.303
.420
.378

1

6

4

25
4
15

1
1
1

10

3

9
5

4
6

7
35
9
6

13
32
9
27

23
12
20

17
36
6

33

12

71
10
22

1

____

1

39
33
9

14

85

161

191

349

3

____ ____

7
8
8

2
1
2

9

22
21
6
8

8

11
4
8
1

1
2

4
2

2

1

67

5

17

4
3

2
2

15
70

3
1

3

72

8

6

8

37
60
5
3
5
15

19

98

105

93

125

4

1

59

11

24
14
48

2
2

3

16

23

9

1

5
4
6

28

20
2

1

8

3

1

1

47

10

5

2

STATISTICS.

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois.......................
Michigan...................
North Carolina.........
Pennsylvania...........
Wisconsin.................
Other States.............

6
12

45
128
29

LABOR

Total......................

4
9
4
3
5

O
F

One week:
Illinois.......................
Indiana.....................
Maryland..................
Massachusetts..........
Michigan...................
Missouri .................
New York.................
Ohio...........................
Penns vlvani a...........
Tennessee.................
Wisconsin.................
Other States..............

THE

Aver­
age
Num Num­
earn­
berof ber of
ings
6
10
5
11
estab­ em4
7
8
9
per
ed
lish­ pioy- per Un­ and and and and and and and and 1 2
hour
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and work­
ments
week 4. der der der der der der der der over.
day.
ed.
5.
6.
7.
12.
8.
9.
10.
11 .

O
F

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—

BULLETIN

HALES.

One month:
A ll States...............
Grand total...

1

7
1456

8.6

1

8.4

90

50

27

29

31

3
110

3

290

634

4

.301
274

6

5

.396

1

33

2

1

187

268

285

474

119

77

10

2

8

9

2

9

2

2

C AR VE R S, H A N D .

One week:
Illinois .. .
Massachusetts...........
M ichigan................
New York.

1

17
19
11
23
2
2
7
1

9.1
7.2
8.9
8.6
8.3
9.6
7.9
10.0

24

82

8.4

1

*3
3
2
3
1

7
15
2
4
1

7.3
8.9
8.1
9.6
7.9

2

T otal...................

12

29

8.5

2

Grand total. ..

36

in

8.4

3

Pennsylvania,, ,
W isconsin. .
Other States...
Total.........
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois....................
Michigan. . .
North Carolina.........
Pennsylvania....
Other States...

3

15

16
1
3
1

1
10

1

?

4

23

1

1

1

14

31

8

1

1
1
___

2

9

7

1
1
1

1
4
1
1
5
1

10
13

3

5

22

31

9

.491
.507
.338
.332
.550

2
1

1

3
9
1
1

1

.526

5

3

4
1
1
1

4

1
1

$0,470
.716
.508
.476
.400
.402
.424
.400

1

1
2

1
2

5
8

5

2
2

3

3

13

6

4

6

8

36

36

13

9

2

1

2
1

1

5

14

5

.469

6

24

19

45

13

.510

3

1

1

1

FURNITURE.

3
2
3
9
2
2
2
1

1

CAR VER S, M ACH IN E .

2
2
2
3
2
6
2
2
2
2

3
2
4
5
2
8
2
2
2
4

9.0
9.6
7.9
8.9
10.0
9.1
9.5
9.0
7.8
8.8

1

Total......................

25

34

8.9

1




3

1
3

.— *...

1

1
1

4

6

3
1
1
4

1

2

SO.392
.400
.618
.461
.388
.430
.299
.479
.408
.484

17

6

.449

4
2
1

1
2
1

=====

1

1

3

2
1

4

5
1
5

1

1
2
1

1
1

1
2

1
1

1
1

1

1

18

3

3

1

1

229

One week:
Illinois.......................
Indiana_
_
Massachusetts...........
Michigan..
Missouri.
N ew Y ork.................
Ohio..........
......
Tennessee. .
. .
W isconsin.................
Other States............

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

MALES—Continued.
Employees whose earnings per hotir worked were-

Un­
der
14
cts.

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

18
and
un­
der
20
cts.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
cts.
and
over.

THE

CARVERS, MACHINE—Concluded.

95
8.4
9.6
8.9
9.5

13

38

8.8

One montht
A ll States..................

1

1

39

73

8.8

1

1

2

1

10

15

9

1

3

5

17

32

15

1
2

8.7

Grand total............

1
8

2
8
2
1
2

1

1
6
1

1

$0,451
.483
.357
.333
.399
.425

3

1
2
1

3
1
3
1

3

4

8

4
8
1
1
1

4

3

1

15

5

3

LABOR

4
18
3
9
4

O
F

T o ta l....* ......... .

2
3
2
3
3

BUBEAU

Two weeks ahd one-half
month:
IlU ftds*.....................
Michigan...................
Pennsylvania............
W isconsin.................
Other States..............

1

.l3{T

6

7

12

33

8

6

1

8

36
4
2
6
10
2

29
6
3
6
11
3

5

1

1

1

28
1
21
6
4
3

.....

1

2

29

63

60

58

11

2

3

CHAIR A S S E M B L E R S.

One w^ekt
Massachusetts...........
Michigan...................
N ew York.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania............
Other States..............

6
2
2
2
2
2

110
11
46
24
28
11

8.7
9.1
9 .1
7.5
8.6
9.4

2
1

Total......................

16

230

8.7

9




5

2

3

1

1

1

3

1
3

10
1

5

14

4

14
1
7
1
2

1
8

13

67
10
33
5
22
2

25

139

7

4

1
1

1 SO 387
.
.393
.308
.366
.421
2
.387

1
1

6

3

2

2
1
3
13
=--- =

.373

17
3

2
2

2

2

STATISTICS,

.294

1

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
nour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-foll period and
Ideality.

Employees whose average houts worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
A ver
ago
Nurri' Num­ hours
ber of ber of
5
0
7
10
11
estab­ em­ work­
4
8
9
ed
lish­ ploy- per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week 4. der der der der der der der der over.
day.
8.
10. 11. 12.
6.
7.
9.
5.

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan................. .
North Carolina,___
Ohio....................

WisdOnSih...,....... .
Othef Stated..,......

3
2
2
2
1

108
68
31
82
2

7.9
7.6
8.5
9.3
9.7

6

3

2

2*

2
1

4

2
6

2
10
3
8

9
21
3
1

03
2i
2
4

23
g
5
29
2

14
14

21

1

2
5

.420
.280
.434
.296
.375

3

12

2
35
5
25

5
28
22

14

75

10

1
13
2

12
6

13
1

tfd l............ .
ta

10

291

8.3

14

8

9

18

34

90

68

28

21

1

.363

3

19

67

65

30

93

24

Grand total.......... .

26

521

8.5

23

11

14

32

47

115

207

41

27

4

.362

3

21

96

118

90

151

35

1

15
3
1
1
1

1
48
10
5
7
io

2
2
4
8
1

21
10
15
§5
1
5

22
44
3
27
83
27
4
49
29
58
29
20
1

22
34
15
35
68
28
1
62
6
44
7
22

17
20
13
29
25
17
4
85
12
31
4
10

396

344

6
47
29
1
25
36
11

4

3

F IN IS H E R S .
One wdfek;

Massachusetts * .........
Mifchigfili...................
MiiSdttti.....................
NfcW jfifsey. * . . . .......
N ew York............
O hio................. .
^^angylvania. *.........
Tiffitfiesssee..................
W isconsin.................
Other States*....... .

4
9
4
8
6
8
2
14
6
8
5
3
1

62
164
51
118
208
90
18
238
60
157
* 79
59
8

8. 5
9.1
8.1
8.1
8.5
8. 8
9.2
8. 5
7.9
8.9
8.1
7.7
9 .2

2
4
6
6
3

2
2
2
3

13
1
6
6
3

1
1
2
4

2
3
1
2
2
2
4
3
1
3
7
1

1
7

4
5

6
7
2
1
6
6
8
4
4

9
9
2
18
21
9
7
11

3
10
8
48
32
19
8
55
3
11
17
11
1

46
90
34
39
147
39
2
123
24
85
31
22
1

2
43
1
5
2
22
4
14
1
32
6
1
5

2
1
1
1
1
1

Total......................

78

1,312

8.5

55

17

31

52

95

226

683

138

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois.......................
Michigan...................
N orth Carolina. . . .
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania............
W isconsin.................
Other States..............

0
6
3
4
6
2

105
251
90
26
52
181
82

8.4
8.1
6. 8
9.1
9.0
9.4
8.5

6
20
13

3
5
4

4
6
6

1
2
2

1
4

8
16
27
3
3
5
6

28
69
21
5
7
7
16

43
121
12
13
25
58
20

4
13
93
28

2

Total......................

32

787

8.4

53

17

21

30

08

153

292

151

2

o n e month*.
All States................ .

1

8

7.7

1

1

4

2

34

52

289

12

5

12
1

7
7

1
13
7
1
2
3
3

$0,365
.316
.377
.403
.372
.362
.456
3
.387
.340
2
.356
.289
.376
.242

Grand total............




111

2,107

8.5

109

82

164

383

977

10

.362

1

1
1

4

3

2

38

158

3

1
2

4
14
3
3
25
41

18
30

1
4

90

167

155

3

2

1

1

2

3

3

131

328

553

3

.351
.273
.357

2

3
2
4

l
4

1

267

84

13

13
93
6
6
11
4
4

55
47
6
9
2
13
g

27
27

4
14

137

481

1

3

2

.455
.893
.285
.413
.308
.305
.267

5

1
7
18
22
7
g
15

4

6

6

11
92
16.

1

7
io

1

141

71

19

408

155

32

1

2

232

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALE S— C o n tin u e d .

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

Un­
der
14
cts.

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

15

43

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

40

245

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

254

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

121

26

13

37

18
and
un­
der
20
cts.

L A BO R E R S.




32

793

26

55

165

.269

125

.337
.294
.228
.299
.210
.254
.215

8.2
7.7
7.2
9.0
7.5

81

22

40

60

171

202

176

13

.260

39

237

128

61

S T A T IS T I C S ,

Total....................

29

8.4

99
185
116
19
16
162
196

$0,296
.233
.258
.326
.309
.246
.258
.263
.238
.272
.224
.280
.179

35

LABOR

79

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois..................... .
Michigan................. .
North Carolina....... .
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania...........
W isconsin............... .
Other States.............

8.7
8.6
8.7
8.6
8 .2
8.9
9.3
8.6
7.8
7.3
8.1
7.9
8.6

70
and
un­ cts.
der and
80 over.
cts.

O
F

Total......................

53
155
22
156
145
102
7
132
46
76
111
25
12

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

BUREAU

One week:
Illinois.....................
Indiana....................
Maryland.................
Massachusetts.........
Michigan................. .
Missouri...................
New Jersey..............
New York................
Ohio.........................
Pennsylvania..........
Tennessee.................
W isconsin...............
Other States............ .

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

THE

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BU L L E T IN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
A ver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of
10
11
estab­ em­ work­
9
6
4
7
5
ed
lish­ ploy* per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
der un­ un- un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week 4. der dor der der der der der der over.
day.
5.
10. 11. 12.
7.

One month:
All S ta te s.................
Grand total

1

11

8.2

1

112

1,846

8.3

141

2
51

54

83

3

5

117

339

740

19

1

.265

1

5

.214
301

g

45

82

4

2

62

486

510

396

182

73

2

9
42

3

7
7
14

11
78
9
72
17
35

6

48
8
10
23

30
69
9
101
32
60
2
70
13
38
19
26

26
27
13
73
129
34
7
74
29
51
44
32

1

M A C H IN E H A N D S.
One week:

76
218
41
292
202
146
25
318
76
160
115
80
11

9.1
9.3
8.8
8.7
8.6
9.1
8.2
9.0
8.3
8.9
8.6
7.7
8.8

4
4
1
5
3
2
1
6
1
9
6
3
1

Total......................

77

1,760

8.8

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois....... ..............
Michigan...................
North Carolina.........
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania...........
W isconsin.................
Other States..............

6
5
5
3
4
6
2

149
337
194
72
59
286
119

Total......................

31

1,216

One month:
All States..................
Grand total

1
2
3

1
1
1
4
2

1
1
2
5
3

3
3
4
6
3
4
27 ’ 59
12 48
4
6
19
9
49
4
17
3
17
6
A?
36
9
3

43
143
28
175
122
89
2
196
30
86
46
16

19
59
1
16
7
41
3
31
14
39
6
4
7

2
1
1

$0,369
.330
.423
.402
.411
.356
1
.502
.354
3
.360
1
.373
2
.354
.367
.266
1
1

7
175

459

469

539

78

22

1

15
79
15
8
129
46

18
37
77
4
31
109
36

43
93
22
4
13
15
12

86
166
7
34
3
7
3

2

1
5
1

1
9
8
3
25
22

2
23

15
3

.399
.394
.299
.363
.313
.294
.280

281

23

7

.344

1

68

292

312

202

306

32

3

1

13

6

1

547 1,382 528

35

16

.358

1

82

480

777

672

845

110

25

33

97

296

976

247

12

8.7
7.8
7.5
9.0
8.7
9.2
9.3

8
38
17
3
3
15
5

6
9
4
2

4
11
12
2
1
2
3

1
14
9
2
3
4
2

5
14
40
3
3
11
3

15
106
70
10
13
19
11

84
130
39
15
24
79
25

25
11
3
35
11
130
66

1
4

8.5

89

27

35

35

79

244

396

7

10

48

58

69

21

7.9

3

8.7

138

1
176

1

2

23

2,997

2
1

13

21

1

13
12
3
5
1

.372

46

109

4

9

5

6
4
2
6
3

6

1
17

113
23
55
22
22
2

5
2
1
2
4

7
2
1

9
18
17

6
1
1

.292

1

5

F U R N IT U R E .

"Missouri.....................
New Jersey................
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania............
Tennessee.................
W isconsin.................
Other States.............

4
9
4
8
6
7
2
14
7
8
5
2
1

Tndianft. „. T..............
Maryland..................
Massach nsptts..........

7
1

5

«

233




234

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALE S—Continued.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

Un­
der
14
cts.

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
B
O
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

4
20

3
13
2
2
9
4

1

11
10
25
7
2

4
1
1
13
24
3
2
10
6
2
2
1

63

88

1
8

16
and
un­
der
18
dts.

12
5

2

6
43

1
22

4

1

9

2

58

40

22

22

4

121

128

91

64

18
and
un­
der
20
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and 80
un­ Cts.
der and
80 over.
cts.

THE

S A N D E R S, H A N D .
3
8
2

1
1

1

2

3

1
2

32

.303

2
28

.428
.342
.297
.411
.215
.261

64

30

.306

248

62

2
2

2
11
5
1
1

Total......................

55

308

8.4

25

1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois....... *.............
Michigan..............
North Carolina.........
Ohio.......................
Pennsylvania .
Wisconsin.................

6
4
5
2
2

4

19
39
27
9
9
80

8.4
8.2
8.0
7.6
7.3
8.3

1
2
1
1
1
9

1
1
1
1

6

Total...................
One month:
All States..................

23

183

15

4

7

12

14

37

1

3

2.6

2

1

Crand total

79

494

8.3

42

6

14

21

24

77




0

2
8
8

5

24

8.1

1

1
1
1
2
1
1

4

1
2
1
1

7

9

10

40

184

1
4
4
2

7
12
13
1
1
3

9
18
6
1
4
26

1

1

2
3

3
2
1
2
4

3

7
1
7

3

1
1

4

2

1
1
1

1

2

8

1

5
18

4
11

6
9

2
8
2

2
1

5

69

42

33

4

2

2
10
6

6
10
3
2

6
1
4
7

4
5

1

27

9

1

60

13

3

4
2

3

.160
.304

2

1

2
8
1
1
16
10

1

.

.
S T A T IS T I C S ,

1

$0 .281
.239
.290
.344
.349
.247
.345
.353
.279
.263
.346
.267

LABOB

1
11
1
3

68
15
5
38
45
38
10
6

4
5

3

O
F

9
9
3
2
5
4
3
2
1

10
23
2
9
49
5
1
28
21
27
7
2

8. 7
9.3
9.5
8. 7
8.4
9.3
8.0
8.6
7.5
8.2
7.0
7.0

12
38

BUBEAU

One week:
Illin o is......................
Indiana.....................
Maryland..................
Massachusetts..........
Michigan...................
Missouri....................
New J e rse y ..............
New York
Pennsylvania .........
Tennessee.................
W isconsin.................
Other States

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

B U LL E TIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver
age
Num ­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of
estab­ em­ work­
5
0
7
10
11
4
8
9
ed
lish­ ploy­ per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
over.
day. 4. der der der der der der der der
10. 11. 12.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

t r im m e r s .

I
7
3
5
4
8
3
4
4
3

26
7
27
12
24
7
15
13
7

8.7
8.5
8.1
8.5
9.0
7.5
9.2
8.3
9.7

Total......................

41

138

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois____ r. . . . . . . t
Michigan...................
North Carolina.........
Pennsylvania...........
Wisconsin.................
Other States..............

4
3
3
2
4
1

19
17
6

Total......................

17

Om month:

1
1

1
2

1

4

2
2

3
1

8

2

1

1

1

8.6

4

4

2

2

1

1
1

59

8.6

3

1

18

74

21

?
4
3
1

12
8
3
2
2

All S ta tes.. . . . . . .......

1

3

5.9

59

200

8.6

8

5

4

12

11

1

Grand total............

3

27

29

102

1

7
3
2
1

1

3
2

1

.384

1
1
3

18

1
2

2

7

3

2

10

7

5
3

3

10

17

8

3

4
3
6
1
4

2
1
7
5
11
1
7
4

9
2
17
1
8

2

2

20

38

46

3
2
4
1

2

2
2
1

7

5
4

.434
.463
.345
.320
.291
.260

2

3
1

1
1
1
4
4
2

12

.392

2

6

13

2

1

5

26

34

48

63

15

6

2

5

10
6

16
2

27
7

3

15
2

2

6
1

2
3
11
1
2
8
3

4
11
5

1

1
5
10
3
1
1
1

4
2

2

2
7
1

13
1
5
16

3

1
1
19
2

49
4
5

5
10

16
1

16

46

40

64

1

1
6

1

$0,413
1
.510
.394
.328
.386
.335
.392
.306
.380

2
1

1
2

16
4
12
4
12
7
3

1
5
4
1
1
2
4

5

1

1

3

1
1

2

7
5

8.4
8.5
8.6
7.3
9.9
9.7

16

1

9

5

?,
4
9

1
1

.287
33

1

1

.385

F U R N IT U R E .

One week:
Indiana.....................
Massachusetts...........
Michigan...................
Missouri....................
New York.................
Ohid..........................
Pennsylvania...........
Tennessee.................
Other States..............

UPH O LSTERERS.
One week:
Illinois.......................
Indiana.....................
Maryland..................
Massachusetts..........
Michigan...................
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Penns vlvania...........
Wisconsin.................
Other States..............

3
2
2
5
3
6
4
2
3
2

122
25
16
22
15
78
14
3
36
17

8.5
8.1
7.9
7.7
8 9
8.0
7.6
8.3
8.4
8.4

1

Total......................

32

348

8.2

9

1
2
1

1

3

2
2

3
1

1

2

1

6
1

9
1

12

15

13
4
8
1
21
3
1
3

=

54

25
7
8
16
5
9
4
1
21
11
107

70
10

4

2
8
26
4
1
12

1
1
4

133

1

$0.502
.397
.671
.621
.402

3

.445
.4 67
.421

.507
5
15

.493 j.......
.491 1
=

:

4

93

69

11

5

235




3
1

236

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Concluded.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

Un­
der
14
cts.

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

20
30
18
25
and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der
20
25
30
35
cts. cts. cts. cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
und°r
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­ cts.
der and
80 over.
cts.

25
9
19

2
2

T otal......................
Grand to ta l...........

7.8

1

2

4

13

3

2
1

3

8
10

1
2
6

1

1

1

1

12
6

7.5
9.3
91

12

71

8 .2

2

2

1

5

9

31

17

44

419

8 .2

11

5

13

20

63

138

150

2

8 .6
1
1

5

$0,482
.419
.350
.330
.391

2
1

4

.405

19

4

1

2

3
3

3
9

1

8

1
2

5
'6
3

11
1

1

2
1

2

1

5

7

16

4

24

13

1

1

.476

9

23

62

44

88

106

70

12




3
8
2
2

5
5
9
4
4

11

48
7
10

52
16
27
6

14

9.1
9.5
8.9
7.8
9.0
9.7
8.5
8.7
8 .2

1

1

6

1
1
2
1

1

3
2
1
1

i
1

2

29
5

16

37

3

6

3
1

10

6

9

1
1

$0,327
.280
.382
.445
.395
.316
.333
.330
.344

2

2

2

7

24

13

4

2

2
2
2

1
2

1

5
7

26
4

2
1
2

1

1

8
1

11

2

1
1
2

3

16

4

1

2
10

2
1

3

3 '" 5

3

1
1

3
7

*6

18

5

S T A T IS T I C S ,

1

V ENEER ER S.
One week:
Illinois.......................
Indiana......................
Maryland..................
Massachusetts..........
Michigan...................
Missouri....................
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania...........

1

LABOR

3
3

O
F

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois.......................
Michigan...................
North Carolina.........
Wisconsin.................
Other States.............

BUREAU

UPHOLSTERERS—Concl uded.

THE

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BU L L E T IN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

N um ­ Num­
ber of ber of
estab­ em­
lish­ ploy­
ments ees.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver
age ____
hours
work10
11
4
5
6
7
8
.9
12
per Un' and and and and and and and and and
un­ un­ un­
week (¥ r un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ der der der over.
der der der der der
day. 4 10.
6.
9.
12.
5.
7.
11 .
8.

Tennessee.................
Other States.............

17
3

.304
.445

9.0
7.5

Total......................

Total......................

118

11
48
11
20

3
13

9.2
9.1

10

175

17

.341

50

22
47

5
1
1
21
4

.373
.365
.279
.283
.370

4
24
2

87

32

.339

33

207

8.9
8.7

8.8

42

11
1

11

Two weeks and ono-half
month:
Illinois......................
Michigan...................
Pennsylvania............
Wisconsin.................
Other States.............

74

One month:
All States.................

60

7
30
2
17
2

13
22
2
2
3

13
16

42

.268
389

Grand total...........

.340

106

18

102

F IN IS H E R S .

One week:
Illinois.......................
Indiana......................
Michigan...................
Missouri....................
New York.................
Pennsylvania............
Tennessee.................
Other States.............

2
4
4
3
2
3
5
2
1

10
9
6
49
3
22
•30
10
1

8.9
9.0
8.6
8.4
7.9
8.5
7.3
7.1
8.3

Total......................

26

140

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois.......................
Michigan...................
Other States.............

2
3
3

6
37
21

1

1
1

11

1
2

1
1
1
2

4
2

1
1
13
1
13
5
3
1

8
$0,276
4 . 4
.234
4 Massachusetts...........
.267
23
.253
1
.217
.233
7
12
.246
2
.200
.230

4
2

1
1

8.1

8

2

3

5

19

38

61

6.8
7.8
9.0

2
1

1

3

2

1
7
3

2
8
4

1
15
14

Total......................

8

64

8.1

3

1

3

2

11

14

34

204

8.1

11

3

6

7

30

52

91

2

1
4
1
15
2
11
19
6
1

6
1
3
28
1
9
9
1

3
6

1

2

2

1

2

.244

3

4

60

58

11

5
8

3

2
13
3

3
9

4

1
1

2

1

1
10

.214
4

1
1

1

11

13

3

18

12

4

2

.235

1

13

16

7

78

70

15

2

2

237




2

.260
.233
.166

30

Grand to ta l...........

4

1
1

F U R N IT U R E .

FEMALES.

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALE S—Concluded.

THE

L A BO R E R S.
9.1
7.9
8.1
7.5
8.6
8.1
8.2
8.0

1
1
2
1

1

1

2

Total......................

22

161

8.2

6

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois.......................
Michigan...................
Pennsylvania...........
Wisconsin.................
Other States.

4
3
2
3
1

9
44
5
33
49

8.1
7.2
5.2
7.8
8.7

1
7
2
2
3

1
2

1
2

Total

13

140

7.8

15

4

Grand total

35

301

8.0

21

7

2
1

3

2
2
6
2
1
3

1
24
4
4
8
2
3

$0,183
.198
.226
.195
.223
.213
.166
.288

2

1

2

7
6

7

13

.209

3

2

31

16

6
5
12
2
7
26
5

13
6

3
1

4
3

4

10

16

46

63

4

2
8

1
17

3
1

4
2

15
7

5
7
3
7
6

26

.245
.195
.162
.155
.169

3

8

16

40

28

26

7

18

32

86

91

39

11
1

4
3
'" 2

6
7
32
4
10
24
2

1
8

3

8

1

j
.......1........
!

4

1

3

85

20

6
21

3
5

!

7

15
3
8
18

14
19

2
2
2
5

.178

7

44

34

11

36

8

.195

10

46

65

27

121

28

4

1

2
8
2

10
3
10

3

1

S T A T IS T IC S ,

1

2
7

M ACH INE H A N D S.
One week:
Massachusetts__
New York
Pennsylvania...........




2
6
3

12
17
13

7.9
8.5
8.1

1

2

1

1

2
3
3

2
5
2

5
0
6

SO 254
.
.263
.276

LABOR

24
8
46
10
12
47
11
3

O
F

3
2
4
2
2
6
2
1

BUREAU

One week:
IndianaMassachusetts...........
Michigan...................
Missouri.....................
New Y ork.................
Pennsylvania...........
Tennessee.................
Other States..............

O
F

70
and
un­ cts.
der and
80 over.
cts.

BU L L E T IN

Pay-roll
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Aver
age
age
N um ­ Num­ hours
earn­
ber of ber of
20
30
40
50
16
18
25
35
60
ings
14
11
10
6
7
8
9
4
5
estab­ em- work­
per Un­ and and and and and and and and and and
ed Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
lish­ pioy- per
hour
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and work­ der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
ments
14 der der der der der der der der der der
week 4. der der der der der der der der over.
50
60
70
20
30
25
35
40
cts. 16
ed.
18
day.
10. 11. 12.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

to

2
1

.......1........

4
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan - - ............
Other States..............
Total
Grand to ta l...........

21
63

8.4

2
2

31
34

7.7
8.9

10

10

.280

2

4

8

19

30

.270

1
1

1

8
1

19
5

5

8.7

15

1

1
1

2
2

.225
.180

18

4

65

8.3

2

4

2

1

9

24

5

18

19

128

8.3

2

4

4

5

17

43

35

18

4

!
. .. r .......I........

15

2
3

7

9

1

1

16

30

12

1

3

2
5

21
9

6
2

1

3

.201

15

5

7

30

8

.235

15

5

8

46

38

12

4

8

1
6
4
12
10
4
40
1
2

7
1
1
9
3
6
11

1

3

SANDERS, HAND.
One week:
TlHriois.
Tndiwft,
Massachusetts...........

Total......................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
Wisconsin.................
Other States.
Total......................
Grand to ta l___

9
30
5
22
20
12
63
29
19

8.1
8.3
8.9
8.5
7.3
7.5
7.8
7.2
8.4

3
3
1

31

209

7.9

10

2
2
1

16
17
6

7.8
8.4
8.3

1

1

2

3

2

1
3
3

1
1
4
1
1

10

3
3
3
6
7
3

2
2
2
3
5
6
7
9
6

34
4
1

7

$0,266
.158
.218
.245
.210
.230
.223
.157
.247

18

28

42

77

14

1

5
1

5
6
2

4
9
3

3

3

2
4
1
6
2

10
1

1

6
10
3
14
5

5

39

8.1

1

1

1

1

6

13

248

7.9

11

11

11

19

34

55

93

11

3
1

1

6

9
8

11

4
1
10
2

1

2

3

.210

17

21

23

17

80

41

5

2

3

.226
.176
.138

1

2
1

6
6

2

2

2
10
1

3

3

2

3

2

.191

16

36

7

14

3

3

13

3

12

3

2

.207

20

24

36

20

92

44

7

FURNITURE.

New York.................
Ohio. .
..........
Pennsylvania...........
Tennessee__
Other States..............

3
3
2
4
4
3
6
2
4

VE N E ER E R S •
One week:
New York.................
Pennsylvania...........
Other States..............

3
2
2

•6
6
16

9.0
9.2
8.9

1

1

7

28

9.0

1

1

4

6

8.2

11

34

8.8

1

5
4
7

3

$0,222
.238
.249

5
3
10

3
4

2

1

1

6

16

3

.241

18

7

3

1

4

.209

1

2

1

2

1

1

7

20

3

.235

1

2

19

9

1

1

Grand to ta l...........

5




1

3

239

Total .................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States..................

1

240

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND OCCU­
PATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD AND LOCALITY-Continued.

GLASS.
B U L L E T IN

MALES.
[B=Bottles; L=Lighting ware; P=Plate; T=Tableware; W = Window.]

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

20 25 30 35 40 45
and and and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der der der
25 30 35 40 45 50
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

97
224

8.9




"Y
4

5
22

19
15

19

34

32
60

1
14
10
1

26

.464
.419

22

31

.423
.401
.358
.559
.543
.396

8.5

Grand to ta l...........

$1.10
and
un­
der
$1.25

$1.25
and $1.50
un­ and
der over.
$1.50

S T A T IS T IC S .

9.6
9.3
8.6
7.9
8.3
9.3

.385

$1
and
un­
der
$1.10

LABOR

35

T otal.....................

11
3

$0.360
.388
.358
.411
.361
.433
.391
.300

127

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois......................
Indiana.....................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania...........
West Virginia..........
Other States............

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1

O
F

T otal.....................

9.0
6.7
8.9
9.6
10.0
9.4
9.3
9.2

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

BUREAU

BATCH M IX E R S .
One week:
Indiana....................
Maryland.................
New Jersey..............
New Y o r k . . . . .........
Ohio..............’..........
Pennsylvania..........
West Virginia..........
Other States............

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

THE

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

O
P

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
Aver­ week day for the pay-roll period were—
age
Num­ N um ­ hours
ber of ber of work­
em­
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11
ed
lish- ploy- per U n­and and and and and and and and 12
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week 4 der der der der der der der der over.
day.
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

43

10
10

BLOCKERS (T. AND L.).

124793'

One week:
New Y ork................
Other States............

4
2

24
15

8.3
6.1

7

1
4

9
2

3
1

10

1

$0. 721
.870

6

9
1

2
5

3
2

2
4

1
3

1

1

39

7.5

1

7

5

11

4

10

1

.778

6

10

7

5

6

4

1

2

1

3

1

4

1

1

9

6

14

4

10

1

6

10

7

5

7

8

2

3

11

2

2

3
7
1

3
731
3
13
12

9
11
73
9
3
16

46
12
6
7

5
2
6
10

T otal.....................

6

Two weeks:
All States.................

2

6

6.9

Grand total...........

8

45

7.4

1.053
.815

BLO W ER S (B . T . W . A N D L.).

3
6
4
5
3
1

63
64
153
88
25
78

5.3
6.8
5.1
5.6
7.0
7.5

3
11
25
8

45
3
24
13
1
*3’ 6

3
26
43
2
2

Total.....................

22

471

6.2

50

92

Two weeks:
New Jersey..............
New Y ork................
Pennsylvania..........
Virginia....................
West Virginia..........
Other States............

2
2
4
2
2
3

325
51
65
83
17
92

5.9
8.1
6.9
12.0
7.0
7.4

48 78
2
5 "T
3

Total.....................

15

633

Grand to ta l..........

37

1,104

7.2

1
4
34
5
4

3
14

11

1

5

SI. 011
.792
.905
1.193
1.020
.826

6

16

4
24
12
2
15

6

6

16

.951

11

5

19

27

57

69

121

77

29

.856
.831
.867
.852
.922
.823

1

1

27
2

40
11
13
3

70
6
12
16
1
20

13

9

1

4

3

1

19

77
5
9
26
8
11

36
14
3
10

3

50
13
20
28
4
28

3

1
3

11
18
44
13
18
23

44

76

48 127

62

36
2
3

32 91
2
8 '4 8 '
3
4 12
3
14

40
44

6

2

1
5

64

81

47

26

49

2

62

1

8

2
2
23
4

3
19
3

31

25

2

60 157 173

6.8 114 173 123 108 284 235

9
1

16

49

.852

1

1

32

86

143

136

125

71

20

16

2

2

49

.894

12

6

51

113

200

205

246

148

49

47

27

3

4

9

18

8

3

2

3

4

16

18

8

3

2

GLASS.

One week:
Indiana....................
New Y ork................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania..........
West Virginia..........
Other States............

C A PP E R S (W .).
One week:
All States..............
Two weeks:
All States.................
Total.....................




47

7.7

1

7
54

7.9

1

1

5

2

1

1

5

9.2

4

2

29

9

$0.638

1

3

1

1

1

.537

1

32

10

1

1

.625

7

241

^

1
3

242

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, RY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

Pay-roll period and
locality.

were—

$1
and
un­
der
$ l.i0

$1.10
and
un­
der
$1.25

$1.25
and $1.60
un­ 0-nd
der over.
$1.50

THE

C A ST ER S (P .).

3

7

10.0

|1

1

1

4

$0. 433

5

1

1

3

BUKEAU

Half month:
All States.............

O
F

Employees whose earnings per hour worked
A ver­
age
i1
earn­
ings
60
70
20 25 30 35 40 45 50
80
90
6
7, 8
4
5
9 10 11
per U n­and and and and and and and and and and cts.
U n­and and and and and and and and 12 hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
arid
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and work­ 20
der
4. der der der der der der der der over. ed. cts. der der der der der 50 der der der der un­
60
70
80
25 30 35 40 45
m
der
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1

B U LL E TIN

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—

3

CR AN EM EN (P .).

O
F

3

19

1

10.9

2

1

8 $0.476

3

8

2

3 l 4

LABOR

Half month:
All States.............

C U TTERS (W .).

One week:
All States..............
Four weeks:
All States.................

3

52

9.8

1

16

8.6

Grand total..........

4

68

9.5

18

i

3
l

3

31

21

12

13

$1,094

21

12

1.097

C U T T E R S (P.).

Two weeks:
All States.




27

10.3

.1

2

$0. 432

1

1

2

7

12

7

9

10

1

1

1.106

5

1

7

2

8

17

8

16

12

3

3

S T A T IS T I C S ,

!

CUTTERS, DECORATIVE (T. AND L.).
One week:
New Y o r k ...
Ohio.............
Pennsylvania
Other States.,

5.6
8.1
6.8
8.1
7.7

Total.........
Two weeks:
A ll States—

SO.418
.524
.676
.669
.572

27

139

27
5
1

21
11
4

10

18

.521

7.7

Grand total.

2
10

24

7.7

.567

35

38

18

2
4

2
2

1

4

1

2

3

1

C U T T E R S , R O U G H (P .).

Half month:
All t

$0,526

7.7

GLASS.

D EC O R A T O R S (B. T . AN D L .).

One week:
Tr^diqria.......
New Y ork................
Ohio......................
West Virginia.......

2
2
3
2

5
6
16
4

6.4
8.3
7.8
8 .7

Total.....................

9

31

7.8

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Pennsylvania...........
West Virginia..........

2
2

12
6

8.5
8.8

Total.....................

4

18

8.6

Grand total..........

13

49

8.1

2

1

2

2

.489

1

6

2

1
3

1

1

7

3
1
3
1

1

1

2

4

8

2

6

1

1
3

4
2

1

1

4

6

1

1

3

1

3

5

12

8

7

5

4 |

3

.546
.473

7
3

1

1
1

1

6

4
8

2

1

....

1
6

3

$0,399
.576
.515
.369

1

2

2

3
3

7 .12

1
1

1

1

2
2
3

1

6

1

1

.522

19

12

1

1

.501

1

1

1

2

E M E R Y G R A D E R S (P.).




2

3

8.9

1

I
2 $0.478

1
1 l 1

i
1

(

|

1

1

243

Half month:
All States..................

!
I
1
!

244

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

THE

FIN ISH ERS (B. L . AN D T .).

5.7
6.3
6.5
6.9
7.2

1
9
1

47
2
1
1
1

1
2
3
2
1

3
1
13
12

22
1
11
20
11

1

Total.....................

13

182

6.3

11

52

9

29

65

7

Two weeks:
Pennsylvania...........
"West Virginia.

2
2

12
5

6.7
6.5

2

4

17

6.7

17

199

6.3

Grand total..

$0.404
.846
.878
.795
.769

9

46

.646

9

46

1

9

5

1

5

1

1

5

2

1*

9

2
8
2

5
12
3
15
9

2
7
9
6
2

3
3
6
4
1

2
4
1

2
3
1

3

17

44

26

17

7

6

.950
.851

3
1

3
3

1
1

5

3

1

13

.921

4

6

2

5

30

78

48

32

19

7

11

1

1

1

5

3

10

1

3

2

5

3

1

2

4

7

8

13

1

1

2

1

13

53

9

10

7

.670

9

F LAT T EN ER S

46

1

9

5

1

3

17

‘’

STATISTICS,

Total .

4
2

LABOR

78
26
29
35
14

O
F

4
3
3
2
1

BUREAU

One week:
TnHiflrm.................... !
New Y ork................ !
Ohio
.................
Pennsylvania...........
Other States............

O
F

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
20 25 30 35 40 45 50
60
70
80
90
per U n­and and and and and and and and and and cts. $1 $1.10 $1.25
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and and and and $1.50
work­ 20 der der der der der der der der der der un­ un­ un­ un­ and
70
80
90 der der der der over.
ed. cts. 25 30 35 40 45 50 60
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1 $1.10 $1.25'$1.50

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
Aver­ week day for the pay-roll period were—
age
N um ­ Num ­ hours
ber of ber of
4
6
9 10 11
estab­ em­ work­
5
7' 8
ed
lish­ ploy* per U n­and and and and and and and and 12
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week 4. der der der der der der der der over.
day.
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

(W.).

O

U
2

One week:
All S ta tes.................
One month:
All States..................

1

14

6.5

2

2

10

T otal.....................

4

46

8.2

2

2

10




3

32

2

24

8.9

1

24

1• 2

5 $1.343
1.120
5

1.275

11

11

FOOT CASTERS (T.).
One week:
All States..............
Two weeks:
All States................
Total. .

2

7

6.6

1

2

7.5

3

9

6.8

2

2

2

3

.796

5

1

.803

1

2

3

1

1

$0. 806

2

2

1

3

4

1

1

FURNACE M E N .

One week:
Indiana...................
Maryland................
New York..............
Ohio........................
Pennsylvania.........
West Virginia.........
Other States............

6
2
5
5
5
8
2

32
22
23

12.0
12.5
13.7
11.7
11.8
11.3
13.1

Total.....................

33

170

Two weeks and onehalf month:
Illinois......................
Indiana....................
Ohio.........................
Pennsylvania..........
West Virginia..........
Other States............

3
3
5
11
5
2

39
20
38
72
17
9

37
10
11
35

1

3

1
3
3

1

12.1

7

1

1

1

8.9
9. 7
10.2
8.9
11.8
11.7

1

1

3

2
1
2
2

2
3

1

3

12
2

5
3

....

2
1

3

4
4

i
i

2

2

5

8

2
i

13

16

5
3
1
7

19
14
24
12
8

.435
.362
.391
.449
.413
.356

2

l

6
10
23
21
16
20

6

117

.393

2

1
9

4
2
9
19
5
7

.434
.388
.399
.433
.436
.355

2
1
7
2
2

1

Total......................

29

195

9.7

15

1

6

7

3

16

77

14

10

46

62

365

10.8

22

2

7

8

3

24

90

30

16

163

.407

16

2
6

2
7
3
9
8
6
5

2
3
2
1

3
5

7

7

3

1

10

2
17
8
10
7

6

36

60

40

8

11

8
15
6
28
2

23
2
19
20
6
3

3

5

4
5
8

3
14

59

2

1

.419

Grand to ta l..........

18

2

21 $0,356

3
6
1
1
6

&
&
ui

3

1
2

___

17

73

20

22

3

7

53 119 113

28

33

10

6
10
11
1
6

3

34

3

GAS M AK ERS.

One week:
Indiana.........
Maryland___
New Jersey..
New Y o r k ...
Ohio..............
Pennsylvania

6
2
2
6
2
*2

40
16
33
32
29
12

11.4
11.6
11.4
10.9
8.2
13.1

Total..........

20

162
= =

10.9




2
1

3
2
5

13
3
6
14
3

1
2
1
io ’
3 ”4’
13
1
2

22 $0.378
.439
10
14
.363
9
.478
.410
9
.481

2

1 '10

39

28

64

2

1

4

1

2

7

1

3

=

T

9

.414

32

14
1

15
9

17

11
21

10
8
11
3 ”3'

32

48

11

fcO
Ox

246

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OP EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1
1

1

$1
and
un­
der
$1.10

$1.10 $1.25

SI .50
un­ un­ and
der der over.
$1.25 $1.50

THE

20 25 30 35 40 45 50
U n­and and and and and and and
der un­ un- un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
20 der d°r der der der der der
cts. 25 30 35 40 45 50 60
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

Grand total. .

9.2
8.7
11.3
12.7

1
1

1
2

1

1
2
1

7
9
1

38
15
1
1

1

3
1

10

109

9.5

2

3

2

4

4

17

55

1

30

271

10.3

9

4

2

7

5

27

94

29

1

21
9

.422

5
22
5
1

36

12

24

33

36

14

34

56

81

47

48

3

3
5

5
2

1
1
2

2
7

15

11
3
11
6
2

3
1
4
4

1
1

1
1

3

9
1

81
1
71
17
10

2

1

29
3
35
8
19

11

53

94

180

33

12

2

2

3

3

2

.434

85

1
13
3
7

2

4 $0.469
3
.406
6
.379
8
.403

2

2

LABOR

.....

54
35
10
10

O
F

Total......

3
3
2
2

BUREAU

GAS MAKERS—Concluded.
Two weeks and onehalf month:
Illinois.
Indiana.
Ohio..
Pennsylvania

4
3
4
3
2

143
24
173
52
33

6.1
6.1
6.1
6.7
6.9

7
7
21
4

51
2
14
2
1

6

4

33
5
3

41
11
4

57
8
50
27
25

ii
3

Total.....................

16

425

6.3

39

70

47

60 167

35




18

7

7

$0,720
.539
.695
.706
.684

1

.695

1

7

7

8

5
12

4

.... "28"

1

STATISTICS.

G A T H E R E R S (B . T . W. A N D L .).
One week:
Indiana. . . .
New Y ork__
_
Ohio.........................
Pennsylvania.. . .
West Virginia..........

O
F

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
4
6
5
7
8
9 10 11
per
and and and and and and and and 12 hour
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and work­
der der der der der der der der over, ed.
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10, 11. 12.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Aver­
age
N um ­ Num ­ hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em­
ed
lish­ ploy- per
ments
week
day.

Two weeks and onehalf month:
Pennsylvania..........
West Virginia..........
Other States............

4
2
‘1

86
20
3

6.5
6.8
6.5

10

Total......................

7

109

6.5

10

2

43
10

.692
.760
.389

8

2

36

53

.696

2

5

2

4

3

1

3

12

10

16

1

1

1

4
2

14
9

15
3

16
1

7
1

4
4

4

11

1

6

23

18

17

8

8

4

5

5

15

19

6

1

15

12

59

117

201

55

25

25

25

9

4

6

Four weeks:*
A ll States..................

1

54

5.1

6

9

35

Grand total...........

24

588

6.2

55

81

90

99 221

1

1

3

24
10
2

2

1

7

5

4

1

9
2

1.089
35

7

.731
G L A ZE R S (T . A N D L.).

3

10

8.5

2

3

8.7

Total......................

5

13

8.6
♦

2

1

$0,355

2

.265

2

4

1

1
8

.334

2

1
1

1

1

1

6

1

1

''SSV'IO

One week:
All States.................
Two weeks:
All States.................

G R IN D E R S (P .).
1

Half month:
All States.................

3

30

10.6

2

1

1

1

1

11

13 $0,448

1

12

13

4 |

1

1

H A N D L E R S (T ).
One week:
A ll States.................
Two weeks:
A ll S ta tes................
Total.....................

2

5

7.8

4

11

7.5

|

7 .3

2
!

6

1

|

2

4

$0,894

5

2

1.005

9

.945

1

1

2

2
5

1

1

2

7

H O O K M E N (P .).




2

5

10.8

!
; 1

1

3

|$0,566

3

2

IfZ

H alf month:
All States..................

i
!

248

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1

$1
and
un­
der
$1.10

$1.10
and
un­
der
$1.25

$1.25
and $1.50
un­ and
der over.
$1.50

THE

20 25 30 35 40 45 50
U n­ and and and and and and and
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
20 der der der der der der der
cts. 25 30 35 40 45 50 60
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

O
F

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
5
6
7
8
9 10 11
4
per
and and and and and and and and 12 hour
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
der der der der der der der der over. work­
ed.
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Aver­
age
Num ­ N um ­ hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em­
ed
lish­ ploy* per
ments
week
day.

IN SPE C TO R S (L .).

BUREAU

One week:
A ll States.................
Two weeks:
All States.................

1

1

9.6

1

$0,373

1

4

5%
9

2

2

.342

2

’ 1

1

Total.....................

2

5

6.6

2

3

.348

2

2

1

25 106
5
11
3
11 27
34 140
10 112
12 118
20
8

83 20
52 42
71 300
51 38
94 65
95 49
30 12
1

1

O
F
LABOR

LABOR, B O Y AN D F A C T O R Y .

6
2
2
9
5
5
8
1

267
180
446
225
363
379
228
34

Total..........

38

2,122




G.9
5.9
7.1
9.1
6.9
6.5
7.9
6.1

26
45
26
22
36
62
23
5

17
15
19
7
12
19
9
5

14
16
15
7
54
31
13
2

66 77
16 29
44 250
20 33
52 117
67 103
19 58
3 19

23
59
71
40
36
31
23

21

3

13

1
20
35 '23* 14
19 35
1
57
4
4
22
18
6

7.1 245 103 152 287 686 283 170

87

39

21
36
68
77
15
44
9

2
3
9
2
14
35

1
1
1
7
6

6

.330 120 123 519 477 526 270

65

16

6

7 $0,300
.319
.383
24
.347
1
.309
1
.313
37
.331
230
70

12
32
11
12
48
5

.......

STATISTICS.

One week:
Indiana..........
Maryland.......
New Jersey. . .
New Y ork___
Ohio...............
Pennsylvania.
West Virginia.
Other S ta te s..

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Ohio..........................
Other States............

3
3
5
11
5
2

130
317
193
356
221
83

7.1
6.5
6 .0
6.5
6 .0
5.4

12
70
40
66
64
21

6
19
18
20
25
17

5
10
16
27
17
9

18
42
3246
21
5

14
42
36
109
35
24

71
43
37
48
27
7

2
71
9
21
6 *

2
8
4
4

5

7
1
13
9

6
13

.350
.346
.339
.336
.359
360

2
3
1

1
46
2
15

6

6 53 62
17 166 129
6 97 66
81 61 98
27 27 90
2 12 20

9
4
21
57
72
26

1
6
2
8

2

1

1

29

1,300

6.3 273 105

18

30

24

.346

64 139 416 465 189

16

1

1

2

1

67

Total.............

3,422

6.9 518 208 236 451 946 516 279 105

69

94

.336 126 187 658 893 991 459

81

17

7

2

1

1

84 164 260 233 109

L A B O R E R S, C O M M O N .

7
2
2
8
5
5
8
1

Total.............

38

1,099

8.5

92

27

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois......................
Indiana...................
Ohio.........................
Pennsylvania...........
West Virginia.......
Other States............

3
3
5
11
5
2

80
75
203
411
112
26

6.7
6.9
7.7
8.8
7.4
6.7

21
18
25
49
20
6

Y
6
4
7
1

5
8
277
8.8
4
31
5.5 11
3
7.4 13
101
2
4
129
9.5
3
196
8.9 11
5
83
7
8.3
4
260
8.6 35
7.2
22 Other States 1
3

16

11

17
37
84
9
54

1
10
14
2
20

5 $0,328
.369
.358
4
.384
.329
6
.398
41
.335
.334

22

67 105 180 275 217

58

56

2
6
10
11
6

6
6
15
19
4
1

11
7
22
16
9
6

1
3
3
7
67 ‘ 45*
8
1

51

71 133 183 139

6
1
1
4
5
1
4

22
1
3
6
14
3
17
1

7
3
46
7
21
6
13
2

36 161
10
1
7 10
36 19
13 31
16 28
48 24
14
1

16
14
36
46
16
5

20
12
49
72
23
7

3
3
33
82
18

.346

8
1

1
10

.356
.323
.306
.388
5
.399
.408

51
13
64
51
66
28
44
10

2
1
3
43
1
37
10

7
4
1
9

9

6
23

3
6

69 527 327

97

50

19

6
7
5
6
6
39
1
92 207 5 11
2
24 83
26

3

42 167
1 10
2 31
3 14
6 123
9
14 163
1 10

59
5 64
3 154
7 78
1

2

•

GLASS.

One week:
Indiana.....................
Maryland.........
New Jersey..
New York..............
Ohio.................
Pennsylvania..
West Virginia..
............

6

Total.....................

29

907

8.0 139

21

35

86

49

.363

5

15 356 167 329

19

10

6

Grand total..........

67

2,006

8.3 231

48

57 118 176 313 458 356 144

105

.354

15

84 883 494 426

69

29

6

249




250

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES— Continued.

10.8

5

1

1

1
r"

4

3

4

5

37

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

6

9

9G
cts,
and
un­
der
$1

4

IUQ $1.25
$1.50
un­ un­ un­ and
der der der over.
$1.10 $1.25 $1.50
Z

(P.).

5

42

22
11
2
9
12
8
7

3
10
19
6
6
16
8

6
14
3
9
7

2
15

13
14

71

68

45

18

41

1
8

7
10
14

3
14
1
9

6

30 $0,498

19

5

BUREAU

90

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

THE

3

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

O
F

LEER M E N .

38
24
29
45
27
48
51
7

8.9
6.8
7.5
10.0
9.3
8.4
8.2
6 .0

Total.....................

37

269

Two weeks and onehalf month:
Illinois......................
Indiana..................
Ohio. ......................
Pennsvl vania..........

2
3
5
8

9
22
26
38




2
5

2
1

1

3
6

1
2
3
2

1
4

8.5

16

11

6

8.6
9.0
8.9
9.1

3

i
4
3
9

6
2
16

12
6
6
12
10
8
14

2
1
3
5
4
7
5

1

24

36

68

27

1
3

2
2
3

i
6
3
2

1
2
1
9

5
6
3
4

3
11
9
7

2

7

4
1

1
8
8
6 **2’
9 4

4

2
10
2
8
5

$0,337
.355
.398
.394
.336
.424
.431
.294

31

19

31

.387

3
4

1
1
1

1
6
7

.452
.392
.382
.435

7
2
1

3
6
7

1

25

6

1

2
12

7
5

*9

.

1

.......
. j . ...

STATISTICS,

6
2
2
8
5
5
8

LABOR

One week:
Indiana
Maryland.
New Jersey. . .
New York
Ohio
Pennsylvania
West Virginia
Other States............

O
F

20 25 30 35 40 45 50
per U n ­and and and and and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un- un­ un­
work­ 20 der der der der UCI der der
ed. cts. 25 30 35 40 45 50 60
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

LATEBS

Half month:
All States.................

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

Aver­
age
earn­
ings

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day Tor the pay-roll period were—
Average
Num­ Num ­ hours
ber of ber of
estab­ em- work­
6
7
8
9 10 11
ed U n­ 4 5
lish­ ploy12
per der and and and and and and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
ments
4. der der der der der der der der over.
day.
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

West Virginia..........
Other States............

3
2

10
7

6.6
7.4

1
1

2

5
3

1

” 3'

1

.417
.475

Total......................

23

112

8.7

5

3

3

3

21

19

33

8

3

14

60

381

8.6

21

14

9

27

57

87

60

39

22

45

.396

3
3

1
2

36

33

21

12

1

.... 25 80 104 78 39

53

1

.416

Grand total...........

5
9
1

1
2

M ACH IN E O P E R A T O R S (B . W . AN D L.).

Total......................
Two weeks and onehalf month:
Illinois......................
Indiana....................
New Jersey..............
Ohio.........................
Pennsylvania..........
Virginia....................
West Virginia..........
Other States............

2
4
2
2

18
86
66
94
66

6.7
7.7
7.0
7.9
10.1

14

330

8.1

2
5
2
5
5
2
3
1

72
142
47
166
43
9
87
21

7.2
6.7
7.3
7.2
8.1
10.4
6.6
7.6

22
1

Total......................

25

587

7.1

52

29

36 115

97 207

32

3

7

9

21
5

2
4
1
1

i
1

20
24
6
1

i

6
39
7
20
9

32

8

2

51

55

81

i6
5
8

5
13
2
3

4
21

17
35
4
9 ’ 46
3

17
13
5
39
14

39

917

7.5

84

37

38 166 152 288

46

34

27

45

.773

1
5

1
1

7
3

9
14
31

1

.820

Grand to ta l..........

4

3
3

29
17
31
58
22
4
6 34
3 12

5

1

2

6
3

17
13

7
11

SO 777
.
.816
.963
15
.511
.477
21

14

31

20

36

3

5

19
3
2
1
6
1

1

1

2

3

3
1

.689

4

1
10

4

3

6
7
2
1

7
17
1

6
14
14
5

2
14
8
2

9
11
2

2
5

26

22

7

23
12
12
2
1

40

17

4

6

3

2

4

8

.15

29
34

18
9

17

17
4
9
5

8

16

67

38

27

35

20

25

39

1
3

10
35

16
1

20
2

5

4

3

19
9

2
28
12

5
5
2
37
8

2
9
9
25

4

25

9
1

9
2

11
2

13
* 7
2
28
8
1
6
5

.591
.926
1.110
.791
.745
1.048
.733
.889

3

* 3
8
5

6

5
10
3

13

2

1

4

53

45

60

58

70

70

61

60

68

34

4

20 120

83

87

93

90

95

100

86

90

41

4

4

5

7

1

4

8

GLASS.

One week:
Maryland.................
New Y ork................
Pennsylvania..........
West Virginia.. . .
Other States............

M A T C H E R S (P.).

Half month:
A ll States.................

2

9

10.3

1

1

5

2 90.437

M E L T E R S (P .).

I
H alf month:
All States.................

16

10.8

1

2

2

2

5

5 $0.495

5

3

251




3

252

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALE S—Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

7
4
4
3
1

3
3
14
10
11
14
2

15
9
2
13
22
11

3
1

1

2

1

19

57

72

6

2

2

1

4

3
5
2
2
15

6
23
16
3

2

2

3
1
1

8

2

9

27

48

10

1

1

16

3

1

_
_
2

__
1

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts. $1
and and
un­ un­
der
der $1.10
$1 _

$1.10
and
un­
der
$1.25

$1.25
and $1.50
un­ and
der over.
$1.50

THE

20 25 30 35 40 45 50
U n­ and and and and and and and
der un­ un­ un­un­ un­ un­ un­
20 der der der der der der der
cts. 25 30 35 40 45 50 60
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Average
Num ­ N um ­ hours
ber of ber of
estab­ em- work­
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11
ed
lish­ pi°y- per U n­and and and and and and and and 12
der un* un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week 4. der der der der der der der der over.
day.
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

M O LD M A K E R S .

Total......................

27

178

8.2

6

Two weeks and onehalf month:
Indiana....................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania.........
West Virginia..........
Other States...........

2
5
5
4
2

14
30
21
17
16

8.7
7.8
7.8
9.1
7.8

2

18

98

8.2

2

Total....................
Grand total..




45

276

8.2

1
1
4

2

8

12
4
4
8
29
27
12

5
3
4

2

1
1
2

1
1

i
4
1

12

2

19

6

1

1

2i
1

4

4

24

96

18

1
2

1

1
8
2

3
1

5

7
18
16
3
10

16

54

1

1
1

4

2

8

2

1
5

40 150

1

3
1

1

6

5

1
3
5

5

27

24

11

.671

1

5
1

1

6

.714
1

.686

3
2
1

3
2
i

.687
.736
.713
.741
.667

4

9

1

$0.730
.730
.532
.622
.644
.759
.708

1

6

6

8

6

6

28

84

120

1
2

1
1
___

STATISTICS,

8.1
9.5
7.6
7.4
8.1
8.7
8.0

LABOR

18
13
33
22
30
47
15

O
F

4
2
2
6
5
5
3

BUBEAU

One week:
Indiana....................
Maryland.................
New Jersey..............
New Y ork................
Ohio.........................
Pennsylvania..........
West Virginia..........

PACKERS AND SORTERS.
One week:
Maryland
New Jersey..............
New Y o r k ..
Ohio
Pennsylvania .......
West Virginia
Other States............

2
2
9
5
5
7
1

22
106
87
82
34
119
6

8.1
7.0
8.1
8.8
8.5
10.0
7.8

1
11
2
3
1
5

9
8
2

1
1
2
1

1

4

3
46
5

2

1
1

6
5
1

'io

10
1
35
13
8
10
4

7
28
23
48
18
10

6
1
15 3
1
36
5

$0.504
.451
.455
.417
.411
44
.391
.341

8.5

23

20

7

16

66

81 134

58

6

45

.428

3

3
5
8
4
3

101
118
53
136
113

6.3
7.0
7.5
9.8
7.4

29
11
5
9
3

3
7
1
9
5

3
7
1
7
3

9
14
9
1
10

7
32
11
4
29

19
39
15
10
63

30
5
6
12

3
3
13 *26

1
2
45

.386
.430
.471
.403
.422

1

Total.....................

23

521

7.7

57

25

21

43

83 146

53

19

26

48

.417

1

Grand to ta l...........

54

977

8.1

80

45

28

59 149 227 187

77

32

93

.422

4

35

20

1

18
9
4
4

2
7

1

24 100 123

94

55

13

1

48
68
2
78
94

1
3
16
15
8

9
21
4
7

2
1

43

41

3

50 217 413 137

96

16

4
11
4
2

8
11
5
6
67
” 3* 3

32
35
10
36
4

6
2
8

----1

GLASS.

456

T otal..

1
49
25
5
3
11

26 117 290

35

31

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Indiana....................
Ohio.........................
Pennsylvania
___
___
West Virginia
Other States
___

45
13
54
9
2

20
3
1
2

3

3
2
4
26

1

8

P O L ISH E R S (P.).

Half month:
All States.................

3

10

6

11.7

4 $0.473

2

4 ....|

4

PO T M A K E R S (P.).

Half month:
All States.................

6

10.0

6
1

$0.583

4

2

I
1

253




3

254

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

were—

$1
and
un­
der
$1.10

$1.10
and
un­
der
$1.25

$1.25
and $1.50
un­ and
der over.
$1.50

THE

44
23
38
17
9

6.7
6.1
6.7
7.Q
6.4

1 ‘ 4
1
3
3
1
1
1
2

3
6
3
1

1
6
8
"2

35
7
23
14
2

2

3

$0,851
.852
.862
.849
.848

131

6.7

8

9

13

17

81

3

15
34

6.6
6.5

2
3 'T

1
4

2
11

10
12

3

Total.....................

5

49

6.5

5

5

13

22

3

10 1 — ~30~ 103
1 18
1.

6

3

13

35

36

21

16

7

2

3

5

2
6

4
8

4
3

4
5

1

1

.943
.792

3
3
8
1
1

2

3

5

8

12

7

9

1

1

1

~~2

6

18

43

48~

28

25

8~

r

1

5

7

4

.854

2
3

10
2
6
2
1

Qrand total..........

15~

180~

1
6. 6 ! 13

1

=

=

=

1

.838
=

.850

=

—

=

R IN G M E N (WO*

One week:
A ll States.................




1

17

8.5

11

5

1

$0.736

1

1

= =

STATISTICS,

10

11
5
9
7
4

LABOR

Total.....................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Pennsylvania..........
Other States............

12
4
12
4
3

3
3

1

3
6
3
1

O
F

2
3
2
2
1

BUREAU

P R ESSER S (B. T . AND L.).

One week:
TnrHa.riR....................
Ohio.........................
Pennsylvania..........
West Virginia..........
Other States............

O
F

Employees whose earnings per hour worked
Aver­
age
earn­
60
70
80
90
20 25 30 35 40 45 50
ings
per U n­and and and and and and and and and and cts.
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
work­ 20 der der der der der der der der der der un­
70
80
90 der
ed. ets. 25. 30 35 40 45 50 60
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
Aver­ week day for the pay-roll period were—
age
Num­ N um ­ hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em­
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11
ed
lish­ ploy- per U n­and and and and and and and and 12
ments
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
week 4. der der der der der der
der der over.
day.
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

ROUGE BURNERS (P.).
One-half month:
A ll states.................

1
3

4

11.8

1

3 $0.454

|

R O U G H ER S A N D S M O O T H E R S
One week:
A ll States.................
Two weeks:
A ll States.................

1

16

8.0

1

2

8.8

Total.....................

2

18

8.1

1

1

13

.480

2

1

4

3

1

1

1

(L. AN D T.)

$0.366

1

14

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

.379

8

1

1
8

5

3

1

2

4

1

S A N D B L A S T E R S (L.).

3

io

8.3

1

l

9.8

Total.....................

4

ii

8.4

1

1

5

5

3

$0.427

1
1

1

.468

4

.431

3
‘s s v i b

One week:
A ll States.................
Two weeks:
A ll States.................

1
1

2

5

1

5

1

4

1

3

1
S K IM M E R S (P. AN D W.)One week:
All S ta tes..
Two weeks and one-half
month:
A ll S ta tes................

4

16

9.9

Total.....................

6

41

8*5

2

25

7.5

4

2

4

2

1

5

1

11

1

1 $0,618

1

4

4

1

3

3

.525

1

9

15

2

3

4

.582

4
13
13

5

9

18

14

1

12

9

1

1

....

2
2

14

S P L I T T E R S (W.)-

Total...........




3

21

6.9

1

6

4

27

7.2

1

3

3

1

1

4

10.512

6

5

2

8.1

2

1

1

.531

6 | 2

8

6

1

.516

2

6
fgrg

One week:
A ll States..........
Two weeks:
All States..............

256

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Concluded.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
a*nd
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts. $ d $1.10 $1.25
and un­ and and $1.50
un­ der un­ un­ and
der
der $1.10 $1.25 der over.
$1.50
$1

THE

20 25 30 35 40 45 50
and and and and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der der der der
25 30 35 40 45 50 60
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

O
F

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
4
5
6
7
9 10 11
8
per
and and and and and and and and 12
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and hour
work­
der der der der der der der der over.
ed.
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Num ­ Num­
ber of ber of
em­
lish- p lo y
ments

Aver
age
hours
work­
ed
per
week
day.

ST O P P E R G R IN D E R S (B.).

8.0

BUREAU

One week:
All States.................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States.................

$0.<

O
F

7.0
39

Total.....................

.664

7.5

21

LABOR

S T R IP P E R S (P.).

1

2

$0,496

11.5

1

l 2

1

1

T A K E R S-D O W N (W.)»
One week:
All States.




1

8

6.0

2

4

2 |

$0,565

1

1

1

STATISTICS,

Half month:.
All States.................

m ifz i

TEEMERS (P.).
1

One-half month:
All States.................

3

4

2

10.7

1 ;

$0.675

1

1 I

1

1

1

1

1

T U IL E M E N (P .).
One-half month:
All States.................

2

7

10.2

1

1

1

|

1 $0.497

5

1

2

.......!........

1

.

FEMALES.
C U T T E R S, D E C O R A T IV E (T . A N D L .).
j

One week:
All States................
Two weeks:
All States................

2

28

8.8

1

11

7.5

1

1

Total....................

3

39

8.4

1

1

|

13

15

10.214

15

5

5

4

3

2

.199

4

6

1

3

4

16

17

.209

19

11

6

3

D E C O R A T O R S (B . T . A N D L .).
One week:
New York .
Ohio.........................
West Virginia.......
Other States.........

l
!
;
!

Total
Grand total




. .-

1
1
1

ftO 222
.259
.197
.258

1
13
12
2

21
6
2
7

1
4
4
15

2

3

2

1

31

43

3

.243

28

36

24

4

4

8.6
9.3

2

13
3

3

4

.283
.220

7
2

1
6

1
1

6
1

2

16

3

4

.258

9

7

2

7

33

59

6

4

.246

37

43

26

11

7.9
7.9
6.9
6.9

1
1
2

1

102

7.5

4

1

2
1

23
34
18
27

8

Total.....................
T'wo weeks and one-half
month:
West Virginia...........
Other S cates
. --

3 16
4 25
11
13 "2*

2
2
2
2

15
10

1
3

25
127

7.7

2

18

8.9

11

’T

3
3
4
8

1

4

1

2

18

..J .. .
|

2

2

1

1

2

2

1

1

1

4

2

2

1

1

258

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES—Concluded.

7.7

BUREAU

One week:
All States.

$0.2

14

14

9.2

$0.204

12

1

LABOR

1

O
F

IN S P E C T O R S (LO,
One week:
All

|

1

v

|

7
2
2
4
4
3
2

257
50
15

Total ...................

24




7
1

10
7

12
1

29
9

50
19

216
73
98

7.9
7.0
8.7
6.9
8.1
6.5
6.1

19
4
7
23

5
2
3
9

18
5
.12
11

42
18
11
1

27
37
33
34

914

7.4

61

36

205

68 79
9
4
11
4
92
2
46 104
4
3
14
2

4

59 110 200 244 198

6

2

45
30
6
32
19
3

23
7

9

X

.208 445 278 135

49

6

$0.207 132
5
6
1
.277
.231
.204 "m
.199 139
.206 23
.206 49

57
1
9
71
54
47
39

STATISTICS.

LABOR, BOY A N D FA C T O R Y .
One week:
TnriifinA
N aw .Tfirsfiv . . . . . .
New York
Ohio
.......
Pennsylvania
West V irginia........
Other States ..........

THE

GLAZERS (T. AND L.).

$1.25
and $1.50
un­ and
der over.
$1.50

O
F

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
80
90
60 ^70
ings
20 25 30 35 40 45 50
$1 $1.10
per U n ­and and and and and and and and and and cts. and and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and un­ un­
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­
work­ 20 der der der der der der der der der der un­ der der
70
80
90 der $1.10 $1.25
ed. cts. 25 30 35 40 45 50 60
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1

BULLETIN

Employees whose average hours worked per
Aver­ week day for the pay-roll period were—
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of
Pay-roll period and lo­
em­ work­
8
9 10 11
5
6
7
4
ed
cality.
lish- ploy­ per U n­and and and and and and and and 12
jnents ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
4. der der, der der der der der der over.
day.
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

6
4
*
1

f

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Ohio.........................
Pennsylvania..........
West Virginia*. . . . . .
Othgf StateS............

2
6
4
4

52
108
27
106

5.0
7.2
5.6
6.7

15
9
13
19

6
4
1
8

8
5
7

5

Total..................

16

293

6.5

56

19

20

28

Grand total..........

40

1,207

7.2 117

55

11
12

6
24
2
10

6
42
6
57

12
1

42 111

13

9

23
27
5

3
47
3
70

13
17
5

1

3

79 138 242 355 211

.273
.243
.235
.257
.252

55 123

1

3

1

8
2

9
1
24

18
10
1
7

35

34

36

10

.219 500 401 170

83

42

11

L ABO R ER S, C O M M O N (B. AND P.).

One week:
All States.................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
All Statfes...
T otal......... .

2

13

1

17

7.7

3

30

7.9

1

1
1

3

3

1

8.2

6

4

1

9

$0.187

8
5
5

1
9

12

1

1
14

.325

1

.265

1

12

1

.... 14

[

|

3

---- -----

—

3

1

-----

i

GLASS.

P A C K E R S.

One week:
New York
Pennsylvania .......
West Virginia
Other States

8.8
7.6
8.1
6.6

2
5
5

1
1

5
1
1

1
5
8
5

6
2
15

1
13
7
7

16
14
2 *23’

1

32

1

10

147

7.7

12

2

7

19

23

28

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois......................
Indiana...................
Ohio..........................
West Virginia..........
Other States. . . . . . . .

2
3
2
2
2

28
54
28
214
9

6.8
6.8
7.9
7.3
8.2

4
7

1
8

4

5
4
1
10

3
6
7
13
1

9
20
19
44
2

85
5

1

T otal.....................

11

331

94

99

1

Grand total..........

21

478

Total

9

28

*T
14 20
1

7.3

39

24

25

20

30

7.4

51

26

32

39

53 122 131

23

I

4
13
1
10

.208

83

28

2l

22

3
28
3
32

1
ii" 10
25
79 69
9

22

.258 105

14
"2

15

4

1

32

1

1

89

36

2

1

94 136 104

36

2

1

66 115

----= =

259




23

32
48
3

.280

18
47
49
33

$0.310
.195
.160
19 .241
1

.184
.253
.249
.301
.330

2
3
2
3

260

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED. BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR.

BUBEAU

BOARDERS.

3
2
2

7.2
6.7

4

8 .0

2

5

Other States.............

3
4

100

6.5
7.1

Total......................

14

426

6.9

V irg in ia ............................

34

3

4

1

13

2
12

12
8
12

9

2
2
20

29

27

133

26

25

7
3
28

2

6
1

12
7

4
57
3
2
8 ’*34'
16
26

6

20

10

1

2

124

4

2

2

22

1
6

4

16
7.

34

12

132

8
2

3
3
3

4

13
3
7

5
6

2

9
3

3
98

2
2

86

2
2
3
4

57
3
69
85

7.8
5.3
7.9
7.2
7.4

Total......................

15

334

7.0

33

20

22

57

53

117

30

29

760

6.9

67

32

154

86

80 | 250

56

27

8

.466




6 .1

1

2
1

2
11

1

2
1
8

5
14

5
9
19

1

11

22

46

5

2

19
5

7
74

2

93

36

10
2

2

10
22

11
6
10

13

11

7
1
1
2

58

108

120

49

11

1

26
2

7
26

6

10

14

6
3

1
11
2

37
1

.474
.508
.240
.411
.569
.347

1
1
22

8

1

1

■ 5
1

1

4

4

4

4

6

14

12

2

1

1

6

13

11
1
1
20

.429

2

Grand total...........

8

$0.411
.512
.458
.374
.398

6

5

6

7

26

28

42

44

53

47

58

11

1

.450

7

5

6

7

37

50

88

102

161

167

107

22

1

2

1
12
21

*6
18

1

2

STATISTICS.

Two weeks and one-half
month:
'
Illinois......................
I n d i a n a .....................
North Carolina.........
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania...........
Other States.............

1

LABOR

15
241
36
34

O
F

One week:
Connecticut..............
Massachusetts...........
New Hampshire.......

TH
E

Employees whose earnings per hour worked wereAver­
age
earn­
14
16
ings
25
18
20
35
30
40
50
60
70
per Un- and and and and and and and and and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ cts.
work­ 14 der der der der der der der der der der der and
cts. 16
25
18
35
ed.
20
30
40
50
60
70
80 over.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

O
F

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ N um ­ age
ber of ber of hours
!
Pay-roll period and lo­ estab­ em­ work­
4
5
6
7
8
10
11
.
cality.
lish­ ploy­ ed per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
6.
7.
10.
11 .
5.
8.
12.
9.

BULLETIN

MALES.

CUTTERS, HAN D (UNDERWE AR).
One week:
New York
North Carolina
Tennessee
Virginia
Other States.

2

__

Total
Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States

5
20
g
16
9
8
12

9.8
7. 6
9.0
9.4
7.7
8.4
8.5

15

78

8.5

2
4 1
4
17

8

8.5

1
?

8.2

86

1

1

15

3
4
5
2

1

2

1
7
24

1

2

1

3

16

1
1

3

17

31

1
1
11

3

1

2

1 SO 418
.
.371
.369
.314
.276
.417
.428

7

2

2
5
1
4

15

15

1

1

15

15

1

1

1

3
6
4
2

2

4
1

2
2

4
1
3
2
2
1
13

2
1
5
6

1
4
1
2

3
1

2
3

2
3

1

13

9

2

3

1

5

16

19

1

3

3

1

.365

5

16

20

16

16

9

.412
.369

1

____

1

HOSIERY

flrand total

2
2
2
2
2
3

K N IT T E R S , F O O TE R S , O R T O P P E R S , (H O SIE R Y ).

2
3

24
46

7.2
8.0

1
1

3

1

2
2

4

1
8

6
9

5
7

3
6

4
6

2
3

1

4

4

9 ■ 15

12

9

10

5

.263
.272

1

4

3
2

2
12

4
10

3
4

1
1

2
3

.269

1

4

5

14

14

7

2

5

2

8

9 | 23

29

19

11

15

5

3

4

6

13

9

8

1

57
12

61
14

34
36

36
25

10
1

1
4

2
28

7
6

3

10.330
.312

1

11

5

30

13

3

.318

1

3

3
4

9
8

2
10

2

1

7

17

12

2

1

12 | 47

25

5 1

1

5

70

7.7

2

3

3

Two weeks and one-half
month:
n^Afin A O O
CD
A » <Q
4-Vam i

2
3

20
32

7.3
8.1

2
1

1
2

4

Total......................

5

52

7.8

3

3

4

3

Grand t o t B i .. . .........

10

122

7/8

5

6

7

14

.297

1

--------

--------

UNDERWEAR.

3

AN
D

One week:
Vi rofinifl

K N IT TE R S, F U L L -F A S H IO N E D (H O S IE R Y ).

2

44

9.1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
TnrHgrm.......................
Other States..............

2
1

224
109

8.0
8.6

Total......................

3

333

Grand total............

5

377




1

12

22

33
2

178
10

91

2
1

4
3

8.2

3

7

2

7

35

188

3

7

2

7

36

200

113

1

2

7

$0.571

1

3
1

3
7

4
7

25
7

.649

91

8.3

8

1

4

10

11

32

69

75

70

61

.640

1

4

13

15

38

82

84

78

m

.640
.668

8

1

261

One week:
A ll States..................

262

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

earnings per hour worked were—

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

10
11
6
5
8

1
9
7
1
6
44

1
22

40

68

25

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and 80
un­ cts.
der and
80 over.
cts.

THE

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

O
F

Employees whose
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
14
16
18
20
per Un­ and and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­
work­ 14 der der der der
cts. 16
18
20
25
ed.
cts. cts. cts. cts.

BULLETIN

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
N um ­ Num­ hours
ber of
Pay-roll period and lo­ ber of em­ work­
estab­
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
ed
cality.
lish­ ployper Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
week 4.
der der der der der der der der over.
day.
10. 11. 12.
6.
7.
8.
5.
9.

K N IT T E R S , W EB OR T U B E (U N D E R W EA R ).

8.3
8.7
9.1
8.3
8.6
8.1

3

Total......................

17

195

8.4

5

1

1
1
1

2

5

7.2

200

8.4

6

1
25

1

63

7

2

4

25

70

57

31

2

2

2

4

25

72

59

1

4
1

1

18

2

11
21
6
12

1

$0.327
.381
.377
.315
.422
.465

1
3
3

2
1
7
5
1

12
5
8
6
1
5

.406

7

16

37

2

2

7

16

38

40

1

1

.460
31

1

.407

2

1

1

1

1

70

27

1

1

1

K N IT T E R S, O T H ER (H O S IE R Y ).

One week:
Massachusetts..........
New Hampshire.......
Virginia....................
Other States.............

2
2
2
4

195
31
14
36

6.5
8.4
8.3
8.1

6

T o t a l ... ... ...........

10

276

6. 7

15




8
1

14

1
14

85
1

3
1
3
2

26
1
2
2

59
4
2
10

22
7
5

87

9

31

75

34

10

$0.454
.393
.329
.313

11

.422

1

2

2
9

4
3
4
3

41
20
5
7

92
7
1
4

56
1

2
9

1

1

2

11

12

14

73

104

58

2

STATISTICS,

1

Grand total............

1
4

6
9
7

1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States..................

3

LABOR

16
30
35
21
13
80

O
F

2
3
2
2
2
6

BUEEAU

One week:
New Hampshire.......
New York.................
North Carolina.........
Tennessee.................
Virginia....................
Other States.............




2

11

5

7 .0

1

4
9
4

2

2

12

13
60

7

18

29

94

27

60

1
1
2

11
n

5

18

7-7
84

5

4

%
2

7 .0

5

75

26

.4 5 3

150

60

11
10

11

.434

!

6

.3 2 5
.3 3 0
.37 4
.5 4 7

2

1

2
2

6

5

5
4

10
8
2

2
11

2

13
3
4

i

1
68

10

1
2

4

17

26

25

14

69

10

1

15

29

40

98

118

127

12

1

2

1

K N IT T E R S, O T H E R (U N D E R W E A R ).
1

$ 0 .4 30

1

1

.391

7

1

3

2

12

2

3

.401

8

1

4

4

13

4 I
i

2

1

2

1

1

5

I

2

1

1

19

6 !.........
--------

10 |

M A C H IN E F IX E R S .
I
3
3

9
75

4

20

3
2
2

5
24
3

3
4
3
3

22
16
34
41

29

2
2
2
2
2
3
4

[7
16

8 .4

7 i
-2

6
14
3
33

5
4

171

$(#499

20

.544
.4 5 2
.464
.446
.578
.405
.504
.53 7
.54 5

9 -3
1L 6
I (f0
8 .3
9 .5
8 .9 j
9 .4
9 .2
8 .7

44
17

1

20

77

74

.5 0 9

8 .7
8 .4
9 .8

.459
•660
,4 3 2
. 476
.571
.58 2
.457

6.8
8 .7
9 .7
7-9
8 .5

8.6

65,

27

.504

57

.507

26

123

27

264

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Concluded.
earnings per hour worked were—
25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60,
cts.'

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
cts.
and
over.

THE

PR E S SE R S .

2

Total......................

20

78

7.8

3

2
2
5

5
5
26

5. 4
6.5
7.4

2

9

36

7.0

29

114

7.5

1

1

1
3
3

1

1
9

i

3

4

3

9

4

14

22

16

7

.387

1

5
2
1

5

2

2
12

4

.382
.331
.511

2

1

8

5

2

14

4

.468

1

5

4

17

9

16

36

20

.413

2 I
1

i

i

1
1

2

1
4
8

2
5
1
1
3

2

2

$0.342
.412
.482
.351
.321
.407
.558
.352

1
2
1

1
2
3
"h

1

i
5

1

3
3
4
1
1

3
1
1
1
1
7

2
8

3

2

2

2

3

3

2
2
3
1
2

6

15

17

20

4

2
1

2

2
5

4
1
2

12

4

1

3

2

7

7

12

4

8

9

17

24

27

16

7

2
1

1
3

1
1
2
7

____

Two weeks and one-half

month:
North Carolina. . . . .
Pennsylvania
Other States ..
T otal..
Grand total..

7
W IN D E R S .

One week:
New Y ork...
Other States

7.5

$0,310
.418

Total........

8.1

.395




1

7

4

STATISTICS.

7.4
>7
6.4
7.5
7.3
7.4
9.3
9.3

LABOR

9
12
5
8
15
13
6
10

O
F

2
2
2
2
2
4
2
4

BUREAU

One week:
Connecticut..............
Massachusetts..........
New Hampshire.......
New York.................
Tennessee.
Virginia...................
W isconsin.................
Other States..............

O
F

Employees whose
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
14
18
16
20
per Un­ and- and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­
work­ 14 der der der der
cts. 16
25
18
20
ed.
cts. cts. cts. cts.

BULLETIN

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
AverN um ­ Num­ age ber of ber of hours
Pay-roll period and lo­ estab­ em­ work­
4
5
6
11
7
8
9
10
cality.
lish­ ploy­ ed per Cin­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
5.
6.
9.
10. 11. 12.
7.
8.

f

Two weeks and one-half
month:
All S ta tes.................

4

23

7.0

3

2 1

2

2

1

6

7

Grand to ta l...........

9

46

7.5

4 j

2

3

2

12

10

10

.310

1

1

2

4

5

2

2

5

1

.352

3

1

1

3

9

7

4

6

6

G

$0,304
.263

12
2

9
1

6
2

9

2

.299

14

10

8

9

2

2
2

1
2

1
11

4

3

FEMALES.
B O A R D E R S.

38
5

8.4
7.8

Total......................

3

43

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois.......................
Other States.............

2
3

1

2

6
5

8.4

1

2

11

11
21

6.0
7.0

2
1

4
2

2
11

1

4

5

32

6.6

3

1

4

Grand total...........

8

75

7.6

4

1

j

4

6

24

1
....... 1........
1
18

2
3

13

8

11

18

23

2

1

....... 1........
1

4

.339

5
11

2

.390
.313

.....j.....

2

2

4

3

12

4

.316

2

2

18

13

20

13

2

4

1

2

1

1
1

2
5
4
7
1

2
6
3
7
4
2

2
8
2
8
2

13
2
5
1

1

4

1

10

BU T T O N H O L E M A K E R S (U N D E R W E A R ).

One week:
Connecticut..............
Massachusetts...........
New Hampshire.......
N ew York.................
Ohio..........................
.................
Virginia.....................
W isconsin.................
Other States.............

3
2
2
3
2
2
2
2
3

7
37
11
26
12
15
5
11
20

8.3
7.9
8.6
7.7
7.5
7.6
8.4
7.3
7.5

2

Total......................

21

144

7.8

3

2
34
5
10
8

2

4
1

3
2
1
4
2
3
3
2
4

5
8

7

13

24

72

1
2

2
3
1 Tennessee

Two weeks and one-half
month:
A ll States..................

3

59

7.5

4

Grand total...........

24

203

7.7

7

2

3

$0,256
.367
.275
.296
.264
.208
.278
.361
.280

2

23

.301

3

5
3
8
2

1

1

1
1

3
1

4
1

3
3
7

4
2

1

1

7

3

2
5

25

31

35

27

11

1

7

8

11

17

12

3

7

32

39

46

44

23

4

'
10
2

7

9

32

4

.357

23

33

104

27

.317

1
3

1

4

265




7

2

1

UNDERWEAR.

Total......................

11

AN
D

2
1

HOSIERY

One week:
Wisconsin.................
Other States..............

26
&

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES— Continued.

Payroll period and
locality.

11.

12,

age

earn*-

ings
per
hour

Un­
der
work­ 14
ed.
cts.

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

18
and
un­
der
20
cts.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
ctg.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
50
60
70
and and and and 80
un^ un­ un­ un­ Ct8.
der der der der and
80 over.
70
60
50
cts. cts. cts. cts.

THE

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

O
F

Num­ Num­
ber of ber of
estab­ em­
lish­ ploy*
ments ees.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were-

Aver­

BULLETIN

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
age
hours
worfe>
4
5
6
'7
8
9
11
10
ed
Un-* and and and and and and and and 12
per
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
week 4.
der der der der der der der der over.
day.
5.
6.
7.
8.
IQ.
9.

Aver­

B U T T O N S E W E R S (U N P E R W E A & ),

Total......................

22

175

8.0

1

4

67

7.7

2

26

242

7.9

3

Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States.
...
Grand total . .




1
1
2

1
1
3
1
2

1
2
2
4
12
2
1 .....

1

1
31
2
5
2
7
1

1
2
3
1

2Q

13
2

1
1

4
4

7
3
4

4

10

14

39

63

2

9

14

32

8

4

12

23

53

95

32

4
10

2
24

$0,280
.309
.208
.239
.330
.252
.189
.235
.289
.278

20

.269

20

.276

1

1
10

3

2
7

1

1

1

1

2
9
5
3 .....
11
3
2
3
2
1
8
5
3
5
3
10
3

7

10

7

a

47

38

i

12

25

16

7

5

7

11

7

59

63

46

31

11

2
3

1
2

2

6

2
1
1

1

.296

1

7

2

8
2
2
13
2
1
2

3
1

2

30

24

6

STATISTICS.

7.1
7.7
7.5
7-3
9.5
8.0
8.3
8.1
7.2
7.9

LABOR

4
36
8
29
26
8
22
9
12
21

O
F

3
2
2
3
2
2
2
2
2
2

1

New Hampshire......
New York...............
Nprth Carolina. . . . . .
O fio ..........................
Tennessee.
Virginia..................
Wisconsin...............
Other States.. ........

M

BUBEAU

One week;
Connecticut............

CUTTERS, HAND (UNDERWEAR).
One week:
Connecticut..............
Massachusetts..........
New Hampshire.......
N ew York.................
Ohio..........................
Tftnrfp^ee,r. . ...
V irgm fa,,........ ., .
W
iacoTKfijn
Othfer States..............

3
2
2
2
2
2
2
o
1

10
164
18
20
15
30
5
34
18

8.6
7.5
7.4
8.3
6.8
8.0
7.0
7.3
8.6

Total......................

19

314

7.6

2

1
3

3
1
1
1

1

13

5

11

3
3
2
1

1
89
6
12
8
3

8

8

53
5
2
?
7
1
8

12

14
2
2
16

18

21

78

131

$0.239
.354
.287
.273
256
.220
.235
.274
.259

48

1
1
1
2
2

A

2
4

____ .____

.308

1

2

2

2

1

1

4
1

1
7
24
18
5
6
6
10
7
3
18
6
4
9 " ’5
6
11

2

3

4

9

84

1
2
1

62

1
40
3
2
3
1
1
4
55

43
1

26
2
2

3

35

1

12

1

5

47

12

272

6.9

8

10

22

52

163

13

4

.319

1

3

6

3

18

73

87

53

24

3

1

22

586

7.3

21

15

40

73

241

144

52

.313

3

6

10

12

102

135

142

100

59

15

2

5
13
9
8
4
6
38
7
8
7

35
57
16
41
20
33
94
36
23
49

23
96
26
45
26
31
40
22
43
64

U
100
17
35
53
16
12
6
24
42

4

89
9
20
25
8
3
10
9
15

1
140
5
5
12
2
3
2
3
10

16
9
1
2

1

105

404

416

316

192

183

AND

3

Grand total...........

1
,

HOSIBEY

Two weeks and one-half
month:
All S ta te s.. „............

F IN IS H E R S (U N D E R W E A R ).

3
2
2
3
2
2
3
2
2
3

88
515
109
164
146
101
237
113
124
201

Total......................

24

1,798

8.3
4
9
7.6
7.9
4
5
8.0
9.1
6
7.4
3
8.5
2
8.2
7.3 "~2
8.0
7

1
2
4
3
2
6
1
3
3
3

2
23
2
5
2
9
13
2
16
8

2
30
10
17
3
4
7
9
21
10

12
’ 56
20
23
6
32
36
48
22
28

20
395
28
41
4
47
9
4
60
112

8.0

42

28

82

113

283

720

172

500

52

455 1220

516

Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States..................

4

917

7.6

33

29

56

75

Grand total...........

28

2 , 715

7.9

75

57

138

188




3
1

7
1

66

$0.248
.348
.283
.280
.316
.267
.218
.233
.264
.279

1
12
9
2
5

2
7
12
4
2

6
3
8
7
4
2
28
9
8
5

66

.288

36

85

80

47
41
70
57
169
47
33
464

____

3

UNDERWEAR,

One Week:
Connecticut..............
Massachusetts...........
New Hampshire.......
New York.................
North Carolina.........
Ohio..........................
Tennessee..................
Virginia.....................
Wisconsin.................
Other States............ *

2
30

1

.315
66

7

8

13

45

130

228

182

155

127

17

3

1

1

.297

43

43

93

150

534

644

498

347

310

47

4

1

1

to

0}

,

FEMALES— Continued.

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

Un­
der
14
cts.

14
and
un­
der
16
ets.

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

3
5
12
3
6
25
12
6
6

72
57
18
20
24
35
15
23
29
38
13

29
110
7
28
18
17
4
13
11
31
14

2
117
2
25
8
21
8
1
7
27
16

18
and
un­
der
20
cts.

20

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

94

124

11

9
3
7
1

4
5

2
10

1
8
3

1
1

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der and
80 over.
cts.

THE

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

IN SP EC TO R S, M E N D E R S, A N D F O L D E R S .

6
11
3
9
2
6
5
7
4
2

7
2

Total......................

32

1,406

7.5

55

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois......................
Indiana.....................
Michigan...................
North Caroliiia.........
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania............
Other States.............

2
2
2
2
2
3
4

145
175
99
112
31
218
475

7 .2
7.3
7.0
5.6
7.7
8.0
7.3

14
10
20
12
2
7
26

1
7
5
7
1
6

18
28
6
19
22
2
9
34
29
18
5

21
286

125

9
154
3
8
3
5
1
7
1
6
1

19
31
9
27
11
3

36

198

6
8
9
16
1
8
10

7
3
*29*
1
3
35

48

1
8
$0.227
1
3
.343
1
1
6
.217
1
6
2
.277
4
5
6
.245
1 ......
.266
2
.227
22
25 " i7
.182
26
7
8
.198
1
.282 . . . . .
2
.262
3
4

10

17
20
5
33
29
6
64
25

12
13
26
11

48

42
43
22
16

2
13

190

506

233

63

.277

57

59

58

88

344

282

234

126

145

13

11
28
2
43
3
15
66

50
54
7
12
7
28
116

44
72
13

12

1

48

8
11
6
10
4
24
8

5
11
23
13
2
8
23

6
12
37
20
9
25
17

29
56
14
28
11
73
94

15
42
7
20
4
44
132

21
22
1
5

21
1

6
1

6
89
16

5
6
11
15
1
1
16

28
13

9
68
206

.309
.247
.187
.205
.201
.239
.281

30
113

7
36

4
35

2
1

9
10
6

2

1

Total......................

17

1,255

7.2

91

58

78

168

274

412

171

3

.256

55

71

85

126

305

264

192

85

61

10

Grand total............

49

2,661

7.4

146

94

276

293

464

918

404

66

.267

112

130

143

214

649

546

426

211

206

23




1

1 ____
1

STATISTICS,

7.7
7.0
6.7
6.7
7.8
8.5
8.0
7.8
7.7
8.0
8.7

LABOR

122
517
38
100
85
86
43
126
103
124
62

O
F

3
3
2
4
3
2
2
3
4
4
2

BUEEAU

One week:
Connecticut..............
Massachusetts...........
Michigan...................
New Hampshire.......
New York.................
N orth Carolina.........
Ohio...........................
Tennessee..................
Virginia.....................
Wisconsin.................
Other States..............

O
F

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em­
4
6
11
5
7
8
9
10
ed
lish­ ploy­ per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
4. der der der der der der der der over.
day.
5.
6.
7.
8.
10. 11. 12.
9.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

268

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

KNITTERS, FOOTERS, AND TOPPERS (HOSIERY).
One week:
Connecticut..............
Virginia
W isconsin.................
Other States..............

3
2
2
5

89
78
132
240

7.6
7.6
8.6
7.9

5
3
2
11

5

9
5

2

Total......................

12

539

8.0

21

Two weeks and one-half
month:
North Carolina
Ohio..........................
Tennessee.................
Other States..............

2
2
2
3

64
45
107
340

5.7
7.1
7.1
7.5

11
7
11
14

4
6

4

17
22
6
24

13
6
12
35

5
4
40
102

40
33
72
54

7

18

69

66

151

199

4

6
1
5
8

20
4
18
46

23*
10
19
128

19
38
83

2
5
1
16

5
3
2
12

7
1
7
12

5
5
8
8

31
14
40
44

28
15
30
37

8
16
17
41

3
15
17
42

3
9
26

1
1
2

8

.277

24

22

27

26

129

110

82

77

38

4

.199
.230
.267
.285

12
1
4
3

9
4
3

6
4
12
4

7
15
7
19

18
12
24
87

7
8
26
93

3
3
15
79

2
2
10
41

3
9

1
2

1

.267

20

16

26

48

141

134

100

55

12

3

1

.272

44

38

53

74

270

244

182

132

50

7

1

1

4

2

5

5

4
12
55

T o ta l.................

9

556

7.2

43

14

20

88

180

140

71

Grand total............

21

1095

7.6

64

21

38

157

246

291

270

8

H OSIERY

8

$0.240
.284
.276
.288

K N ITTER S, FU LL -F A SH IO N E D (H O S IE R Y ).

17

1

442

8.2

7

13

7

27

Total......................

2

459

8.2

7

14

7

27

1

8.6

I

1

12

f 0.298

50

205

133

.313

1

4

10

60

112

131

93

27

2

2

53

206

145

.312

1

4

11

64

114

136

98

27

2

2

1

14
2
6

10
7

1
9

1
16

2
2
13
15

1

14

2
1
8
15

3
13

1

43

46

42

34

10

3

K N IT T E R S , W E B O R T U B E (U N D E R W E A R ).

One week:
Connecticut..............
Massachusetts...........
New Hampshire.......
New York.................
Ohio...........................
W isconsin.................
Other States..............
Total...................

1

3
2
2
2
2
2
6

27
41
10
6
10
24
60

8.2
7 .6
8.8
8.6
8.3
8.8
8.8

1

19

178

8.4

5

2

2
18
1

4
23

15

1
6

10
16
13

38

6
2

$0.244
.350
.270
333
.239
.316
.295

7

28

66

67

8

.299

.274

1

9

48

24

18

6

6

5

67

8

.289

3

10

91

70

60

40

16

5

1
1

3

117

13

5

13

3

8

23

65

Grand total...............

22

295

8.0

. 7

13

3

15

51

131

9
5

7
2
2

1

3

7
1
1

269

Two weeks and one-half
month:
A ll States..................




UNDERW EAR.

1

AND

One week:
All States..................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
A ll States..................

270

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES— Continued.
Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were-

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

‘40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

One week:
Connecticut..............
New Hampshire.......

6

Total.................... .

10

93

8.0

6

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Pennsylvania............
Other States.............

2
2

61
26

7.7
7.8

Total......................

4

87

7.7

Ofand totaL..........

14

180

7.9

2
1

8

1

4

1

2

3

2
1

3

3

1

9

1

4

4

1
4
3
8

1
6
30
12

7

12

16

49

4

■
7
1

6
13

18
10

21
1

4

8

19

28

31

44

6

15

4

$0.226
.349
.303
.240

1
4
7
6

3
10

11
8
1

1

5

9
11

5

24

18

13

20

5

.343
.318

2

2
2

13
9

9
8

23
4

12
3

22

.336

2

4

22

17

27

15

71

.309

7

28

40

30

47

20

—

2

4

2

.285

2

4

2

2

4

2

L O O PE R S.
One week:
Connecticut___
M assachusetts..
New Hampshire




100

6.4
5.9
7.7

$0,294
.361
.344

3

4
8
. . . I 42
3 J 10

22

4

STATISTICS,

7.3
8.0
9.0
7.2

LABOE

5
19
34
35

70
and 80
un­ cts.
der and
80 over.
cts.

O
F

Othfcr States.............

2
2
2
4

Wisconsin..............

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

BUBEAU

K N IT T E R S, O T H E R (H O S IE R Y ).

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

THE

14
16
18
Un- and and and
der un­ un­ un­
14 der der der
cts. 16
18
20
cts. cts. cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
4
11
5
6
7
8
9
10
per
and and and and and and and and 12 liour
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
work­
der der der der der der der der over,
ed.
6.
10. 11. 12.
5.
7.
8.
9.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em­ ed
lish­ ploy­ pet
ments ees. week
day.

56
108
101

Total......................

14

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Indiana...................
North Carolina........

Tennessee.................

Ohio.......................

Pennsylvania..........

Other States...........

Total....................

15

8.1

802

7.0

121
39
104
15
237
181

Virginia.....................
Wisconsin.................
Other States.............

7.7
5.9
7.5
6.9
8.1
7.7

.310
.289
.238

8.1

25

48

121 175

59

120 150

.228
.241
.231
.255
.301
.260

7.7

133

29

.263

7.3

140

.296

148

HOSIERY

697
1,499

Grand total............

157

PR ESSER S.

AN
D

2
2
7

2
71
41

8.3
7.3
7.3

1
1

1
2

g
1

2
12

1
16
10

46
5

10

10.217
.342
.230

10

3

1
1
5

7
8

1
11
7

13
4

25
4

12

2

Total......................

11

114

7.3

2

3

6

14

27

51

11

.299

10

3

7

15

19

17

29

12

2

Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States..................

4

74

7.5

4

1

2

6

23

36

2

.261

1

9

26

24

6

6

2

6

1

8

20

50

87

13

.284

10

4

16

41

43

23

35

14

2

$0.276

1

3

8

22

21

8

6

6

I

2

2

1

1

8

24

23

9

7

6

1

Grand total............

15

188

7.4

1

tTNDERWEAR,

One week:
Connecticut..............
Massachusetts .......
Other States..............

P R E S S H A N D S.
One week:
All States..................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States..................
T o ta l....... ............




7

76

8.1

1

6
82

8.1

1

3

7 5

8

1

2

62

1
1

1

3

3

2

1

5

64

7

i

.280
7 | ................
i

.276

1

3

t>o
-3

272

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER TOUR WORKED. BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES— C o n c lu d e d .

O
F
THE

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
14
16
18
25
20
35
30
40
50
60
70
per Un­ and and and and and and and and and and and 80
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ cts.
work­ 14 der der der der der der der der der der der and
cts. 16
25
ed.
18
20
35
30
40
50
60
70
80 over.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em­
4
5
6
8
9
11
7
10
ed
lish­ ploy­ per Cin­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
4. der der der der der der der der over.
day.
6.
5.
7.
8.
9.
10. n. 12.

SEAM ERS.

Grand to ta l............




7.5
5.8
8.3
7.5
7.5

1,562

7.6

28

21
47

383

37

151

.282

13

279

707

255

” 5*
4

1
2
2
15

.287

18

1
3
5
19

15
10
19
100

23
2
18
135

20

.220
.305
.295
64

76
64

191

2
55
1
1
20

28

144

178

58

19
3
24
113

1
9
13

11
79

159
314

24
1
5
6

14
31
48

200

STATISTICS.

Total......................

75

145

21

23

1

5
75
5
7
22
9
3
1
19
9

10
44
45
13
39
14
31
16
17
13

LABOR

97
497

1
1
1
4
6
1
15

$0,253
.319
.242
.272
.276
.269
.206
.244
.298
.295

7.7

Total......................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Indiana.....................
North Carolina.........
Pennsylvania...........
Other States.............

7.8
7.7
8.5
6.9
8.2
6.1
8.1
7.8
7.3
7.8

O
F

30
287
71
54
135
47
81
29
77
63

BUREAU

One week:
Connecticut..............
Massachusetts...........
Michigan...................
New Hampshire.......
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Tennessee.................
Virginia....................
W isconsin.................
Other S ta te s............

WELTERS.

124793

One week:
Massachusetts...........
Other States..............

7

154
69

7.1
8.1

1
3

3

55

1
8

3
13

91
10

27

8

$0,330
.277

1

1
4

2

1
6

29
19

32
13

29
23
12 • 5

38
4

1
3

Total......................

9

223

7.4

4

3

55

9

16

101

27

8

.314

1

5

2

7

48

45

41

28

42

4

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois.......................
Pennsylvania...........
Other States..............

2
2
4

32
47
32

7.6
8.1
7.9

2
1
1

1
1

2
1
1

3
2
1

12
15
10

3
4
8

10
23
10

.270
.243
.222

4

2
5

4
5
1

8
5
8

6
17
5

1
12
1

4
2
3

6
2
4

3
2
1

8

111

7.9

4

2

4

6

37

15

43

Grand total............

17

334

7.6

8

5

59

15

53

116

70

.245
8

4

7

10

21

28

14

9

12

6

.291

5

12

12

28

76

59

50

40

48

1

4
2
11
2
5
1
9
6

3
7
7

17
49
14
9
22
6
9
1
17
29

11
118
2
5
27
3
2
1
12
41

5
114
6
6
22

42

18

4

3
9

1
2

1

4
6
11

2
5
5

3
1

3

222

174

66

25

8

HOSIERY

Total......................

4

W IN D E R S.

41
355
40
29
96
12
38
14
47
121

7.8
7.4
7.2
8.0
8.2
7.8
7.6
7.8
7.9
8.6

1
10
5

1
4

4
32

8
5
10
74
3
2
2
5 ’ "*6
1
4
5
6
1
8
6
5
6
16

4
225
30
14
43
7
11
27
9

9
4
6
4

73

$0,240
.306
.218
.273
.270
.224
.178
.253
.283
.256

73

.275

18

2

3
3

4
1
1
7

2
3

3

16

44

47

126

370

86

6

2
3

10
35

1
1

1
4

7

5

4
2
6

5

14

3
12

9

16

54

44 • 173

29

793

7.8

31

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Indiana.....................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania...........
Other States..............

2
2
3
5

68
5
151
181

7.7
8.1
8.1
7.6

1

2

78
3

1
3

1
5
1

1
1
7
3

6
2
16
10

48
40

66
43

6
24

27

28

12

405

7.8

13

9

13

19

106

164

81

.270

4

7

12

34

122

129

36

28

28

5

Grand total...........

41

1,198

7.8

44

25

57

66

232

534

167

.274

13

23

66

78

295

351

210

94

53

13

2

5

Total......................

1

1

3
10

.248
.166
.237
.310

6

2
11

32
4
23
105

20

5
2

27
1
35
43

34

5
7

1
UNDERW EAR.

3
3
2
3
3
2
3
3
4
3

AND

One week:
Connecticut. . . .
Massachusetts...........
Michigan.................
New Hampshire.......
New York.................
Ohio.........................
Tennessee..................
Virginia.....................
W isconsin.................
Other States..............
Total.....................

2

273




73

24
7

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

IRON AND STEEL: BLAST FURNACES.
BULLETIN' O
F

MALES.
[Pay-roll period: Two weeks and one-half month.]

District.

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were-

25

30

35

45

40

50

60

70

80

B L O W E R S.

52

Great Lakes and Middle
W est........................... .
Southern.........................

34

11.

12

12

118 ll.i

72

.750

17

32

Eastern..........................
Pittsburgh.....................
Great Lakes and M
iddle
West..........................
Southern.......................

3
8

8 13.3
54 12.0

5

1

1

6
6

62 9.8
21 11.9

3
2

6
1

2

Total-.................

23

145 11.1

10

8

3

4
1

2

4
1

1

6

6

1
2

1

8

5

1
1
1

20
10

.634
.467

9

2

8

8

1
3

82

.624

9

2

1

7 $0,517
39 .689

2

31

18

12
10
2

6
5

40

10

33 . 71

2$

STATISTICS,

BLOWING ENGINEERS.




31

.845
.602

10.5
12.7

Total...................

$0,517
.760

$1.25

LABOR

Pittsburgh...................

$1

and $1.25
un­ ejid
der over.

O
F

13.9

Eastern........................

90

and and and and and and and cts.
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
der der der der der der der un­
40 45 50 60 70 80 90 der
cts. cts. cts. ets. cts. cts. cts. $1

BUREAU

Un­ and and
der un­ un­
25 der der
cts. 30 35
cts. cts.

THE

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ how s
ber of ber of
estab­ em ­ work­
4
5
8
11
6
9
10
7
lish- ploy­ ed Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
per
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ tin­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
over.
day. 4. der der der der der der der der
5.
6.
9.
10. 11. 12.
8.
7.

BLOWING ENGINEERS’ ASSISTANTS.
8

4

1
2

1

6.9
13.3

14

2

4

5

9.6

22

6

7

FittSblifgh.......................
G m tL a k esa n d Middle
W est.*..... > ,.* .* * ........
Southern.*......................

3
7

5
68

11.1
11.0

4
2

47
6

Total......................

16

126

6

1
2
1

13

42

$0,462
.575

2
1

2

10

1

2

5

9
5

.566
.461

2

8

59

.562

2

3

2

2

2

3
1

47

20

9
4

27

11

2

17

74

31

10

25

12

10

25

12

Great Lakes and Middle
W est..
Southern..........................

47
25

13.5
11.2

2

2

2

1
1

2
1

1
4

43 $0,487
13
.340

4

21

4I

Total

2
2

72

12.7

2

2

2

2

3

5

56

4

21

.436

IR N A D STEEL: B A T FU ACES.
O
N
LS
RN

B O T T O M F IL L E R S *

C IN D E R M E N .

Total.

2
7

9 $0.440
48
.500

7
1

6
66

58

22
3

9
2

29
26

.490
.342

14

1

24

2

65

47

33

30

112

.473

14

1

24

10

137

103

2

10

2

10

5

6
39

56

52

9

97

65

2
7

13
125

12.8
9.4

15

5

7

13

5

11

a
6

8

6
5

114
39

10.0
11.9

2
1

4
1

1
2

5
i

6

11

25
3

20

Eastern.»4. *.
Pittsburgh.
Great Lakes and Middle
W o t ..
S o u th e r n «
* *

291

10.1

18

10

10

19

11

22

36

IRON HA&DLERS AND L O A D E R S.
Great Lakes and Middle
West
Southern. . .
....

1
3

12
82

12.6
8.8

9

5

6

3

8

3

10

2
9

12

10 $0.493
.342
17

61

9

22

.......

4

94

9.3

9

5

6

3

8

3

10

11

12

27

61

9

22

T otal..

,361

K EEPERS.
3
8

11
95

12.2
11.7

1
7

2

1

3

1

2

1

9

9

10 $0,487
.605
60

6
6

61
28

10.5
11.9

3
2

1
1

3

2

3

3

10

3
3

3
3

30
19

.572
.389

11

2

11

4

Total......................

23

195

11.4

13

4

4

5

4

5

11

15

15

119

.557

11

2

11

9




275

Eastern
Pittsburgh.
Great Lakes and Middle
W e st.............................
Southern........................

276

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
H A L E S— Continued.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked i

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

23
26

254

90

82

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1.

$1
and $1.25
un­ and
der over.
$1.25

THE

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

10

U n­
der
25
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

District.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Average
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
' A
estab­ em5
6
7
8
9
10
11
ed
lish­ ploy12
per U n­ and and and and and and and and and
ments
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
week 4. der der der
der der der der over.
der
day.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.

K E E PE R S’ H E L P E R S .
3
8

33
280

12.9
10.6

21

8

5

19

1
8

1
16

1
23

30

21

6
6

172
137

8.8
8.4

25
33

9
8

8
2

10
8

14
8

7
5

24
12

13
5

10
13

52
43

.502
.328

70

16

28

23

Total......................

23

622

9.7

79[

25

15

37

31

29

60

48

44

254

.470

70

16

28

33

139

336

28

4
58
66 1123

61

30 $0.457
129
.521

BUREAU

Eastern .........................
Pittsburgh
Great Lakes and Middle
West
.
..............
Southern ••••
............

O
F

LA BO R E R S.
90
1250

8.8
9.1

5
189

60

7
78

4
77

8
67

9
70

27
86

25
100

2 $0.423 1
3I
96 427,
.483

6
6

490
301

7.9
7.1

86
79

37
26

22
19

24
16

29
20

46
27

58
21

107
30

21
28

60
35

.465
.330

28

15

120

1
138

23

2131

8.5

359

123

126

121

124

152

192

262

148

524

.455

28

15

120

167

11

477

1

135 1604
i

62

2

7
151

5

92

7

250

LARRY M E N .
Eastern............................
Pittsburgh . .................
Great Lakes and Middle
West
..................
Southern
..............




3
8

11
157

5
4
20

13.4
12.2

4

2

2

8

3

2

97
41

9.5
9.9

5
2

3

4
4

12
3

9
3

306

11.1

11

5

10

23

15

11 $0.482
113
. 544

2

4

11

8

5
2

12
6

7
2

11
3

29
16

.553
.330

2

21.

3

3

12

9

22

20

22

169

'.5 1 6

2

21

3

3

14

6

6

STATISTICS.

Total

3
8

LABOR

Eastern
...................
Pittsburgh
Great Lakes and Middle
"West
............
Southern

LARRY MEN’ S HELPERS.
Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Southern........................

3
8

17
173

13.2
10.4

?1

5

4

9

11

7

5

13

13

16 $0,466
85
.504

4

4
2

92
17

8.4
8.3

11
3

5
1

6
?

q
l

5

q

13
2

8
1

10
3

16
4

.491
.394

17

T o ta l...:...............

17

299

9.8

35

11

12

19 . 16

16

20

22

27

121

.491

17

3

13
46

125

59

33

4

118

158

2

30

14
75

3
119

3

56

25

145

147

3

6
88

5

2

IRON

P IG -M A C H IN E M E N .

50
197

12.2
9.6

1
36

7

1
9

8

3
7

i
q

3
11

4
16

1
8

36 $0.436
86
.505

5
3

81
44

8.5
11.8

12
4

5

1
1

3

5
2

12
l

18
2

3
3

7
2

15
29

.483
.380

8

29

7

Total......................

18

372

10.0

53

12

12

11

17

23

34

26

18

166

.476

8

32

37

1

|

STEEL

3
7

AND

Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
West............................
Southern..........................

S K IP O P E R A T O R S.

10
93

13.5
12.3

3
4

35
19

Total......................

18

157

4

1

9.9
12.0

2

11.8

6

1

4

1

2

2

5

2

2

9

10 $0.468
65
.565

3

2
1

1

4

3

2

9

3

3
1

10
15

.558
.379

3

4

2

10

5

5

7

11

5

13

100

.535

3

4

2

14

27

41
7

35
FURNACES.

3
8

I BLAST

Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Southern..........................

129

5

18
334

114

8

2

3

150

136
14

51

502

264

8

2

ST O C K E R S .

Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Southern.........................

3
6

86
465

9.3
11.4

9
29

3
8

3
6

4
12

5
19

8
26

11
24

9
33

7
34

5
6

289
148

8.9
8.5

37
31

5
5

14
7

23
6

14
9

39
8

31
11

23
14

30
25

73
32

.495
.349

15

38

24

57

Total......................

20

988

10.1

106

21

30

45

47

81

77

79

96

406

.464

15

38

24

84

277




27 $0.422
274
.489

BY SEX AND

278

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED;
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
M A L E S —Concluded.

THE

ST O VE TE N D E R S.
10
99

13.7
11.3

a

3

1

6
6

56
27

11.2
10.9

2
3

1

2
2

23

192

Ihi

11

4

5

1

4

2

4
99
8

4

2
12

46

2
2

8

16

149

8

10 $0,473
.549
57

5

7

10

1
1

6
1

6
3

2
2

34
15

.544
.405

4

5

7

12

16

14

116

.523

4

5

6 $0,644
7
.336

10

6

.468

10

6

6

LABOK

5

2
1

4

O
F

Total.......................

3
8

BUBEAU

Eastern............ .................
Pittsburgh.........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West................................
Southern............................

TOP F IL L E R S .

2
2

12
16

11.5
9.2

1

2

2

2
1

4

2

Total.......................

4

28 . 10.2

2

1

2

2

3

5




I

13

6

6

6

6

STATISTICS.

Great I^akes and Middle
West...............................
Southern...........................

Q
F

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
90
45
50
60
80
25
70
80
35
40
ings
$1
per Un­ and and and and and and and and and cts. and $1.25
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and un­ and
work­ 25 der der der der der der der der der un­ der over.
60
70
80
90 der
35
45
50
40
cts. 30
ed.
$1.25
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1.

BULLETIN

District.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roJI period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em­
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
lish­ ploy- ed
Un­ and and and $nd and and and and 12
P«r
ments
week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
der der der der der der der der over.
day. 4.
8.
5.
6.
7.
9.
10. 11. 12.

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OP EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

IRON AND STEEL: BESSEMER CONVERTERS.
MALES.
[Pay-roll period: Two weeks and one-half month.]
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts. $ d
and un­ 11.25
and
un­ der over.
der $1.25
$1

STEEL:

Un­
der
25
cts.

AKD

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

IRO
N

District.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
N um ­ Num­ age
hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em ­
4
10
11
5
6
7
8
9
ed
lish­ ploy­ per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees.
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
week 4. der der der der
der der der der over.
day.
7.
10. 11. 12.
5.
6.
8.
9.

BOTTOM M AKERS.

6
4

11

7.9

2

2

Total......................

10

21

9.5

2

3

10

1

11.4

1

1

1

2

1

2

1

2

4

2

2

4

6

e

2

5

8

8

1

1

4

8

9

16

1

1

2

.619

3

2

7

.730

3

2

B O T T O M M A K E R S ’ H E LP ER S.

Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

6

29

7.4

4

14

8.7

Total......................

10

43

7.8

9

3

3

1

1

2

1

4

8 $0,620

1

9

1

7

2

2

1

.543

2

2

7

4

3

5

8

.595

2

2

4
2]

8

61

CONVERTERS.

4

5 $0,853

1

2

4

2

BESSEMER

Pittsburgh.......................
Gr®at Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

C INDER P IT M E N .

T o ta l.......................

7.8




$0,502
.541

10

.581

279

7.5

5
5

Pittsburgh......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

280

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OP EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
M A L E S —Continued.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were-

Un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

3

4

4

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
SI
cts. and $1.25
and un­ and
un­ der over.
der $1.25
$1.

THE

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

5

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

IN G O T S T R IP PER S.

6

23

9.1

3

3

9

10,1

1

Total......................

9

32

9.4

4

3

1

2

4

1

3

2

1

2

4

5

9 $0.722

1
1
1

3

.772

1

12

.736

5
5

3

9

6
1

4

1

1

3
9

1

BUEEAU

Pittsburgh......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

District.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day lor the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num ­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
5
6
4
7
8
9
10
11
lish­ ploy­ ed per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.

O
F

LABO R ER S.

4

120

6.5

25

11

Total......................

10

638

7.6

181

34

518

7.8

156

23

32

30

25

42

23

17

9

21

16

14

12

6

1

5

.506

36

44

33

46

42

31

43

148

.489

27

143 $0.485

1

35

385
74

45

1

35

459

143

1

1

13

20

3

24

4

16

44

4

98>

LADLE LINERS* H ELPER S.

Pittsburgh......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

6

42

7.8

10

4

2

4

2

3

5

4

8 $0,570

4

31

7.8

6

1

4

2

2

2

4

5

1

4

.525

Total......................

10

73

7.8

16

1

8

4

7

10

5

12

.551




1

4

. ' . I
1

5

,

1

1

*' 1
5

1

1

1

STATISTICS,

6

LABOR

Pittsburgh......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

REGULATORS, FIRST.
Pittsburgh......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Total......................

G

IS

7.6

3

5

9.5

9

23

8.0

3* ‘ 2

5

5

1

!

3

2

1

5 $0.8G9

4

4

1

1

2

1

.742

1

4

3

2

2

.842

5

8

2

5

5

4

1

5

4

1

IRO
N

R E G U L A T O R S , SECO N D .
17

7.8

5

1

1

3

,1

4 $0,768

t

16

7.9

2

1

2

1

4

2

3

i|

.695

|
i

Total......................

9

33

7.8

7

1

3

2

7

2

3

4

4

1

s'

5

1

3

10

10

10

13

1

10

10

10

13

1

5

1

9

1

4

4

.733

5

2

14

6

*90

17

90

17

ST O C K E R S .

Pittsburgh......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

4

163

6.0

71

7

1

18

6.4

4

1

Total......................

5

181

6.1

75

8

9

5

7

4
9

10

1

8

14

6

15

7

11

20

16 $0,655

1

7

20

.636

1

3 $0. 633

11

16

11
18

.460

1

29

STEEL! BESSEMER

5
*4

AN
D

Pittsburgh.........
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

ST O P P E R M A K E R S .

6

8

9.5

4

6

Total......................

10

14

9.6

1

9.7

2

1
2

3
1

1

5

1

1

2

4

.628

1

5

1

1

1

.622

5
.. . .
6

1

6

281




1

CONVERTERS.

Pittsburgh. . . ................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

282

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
M A L E S —Concluded.

O
F

Employees whose earnings per hour worked wereAver­
age
earn­
50
60
70
80
90
40
ings
SI SI. 25 $1.50 $1.75 $2
per Un- and and and and and cts. and
and and
$2.25
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and un­ and un­ un­ and and
un­
un­
der der der un­
work- 40 der der
der der der der der over.
cts. 50
60
70
80
90 der
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1. SI. 25 SI. 50 SI. 75 «2, $2.25

BULLETIN

District.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of
estab­ em­ work­
4
5
8
9
10
11
6
7
lish­ ploy­ ed Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
per
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
5.
7.
8.
9.
6.
10. 11. 12.

THE

BL O W E R S.

9.9

$1,218

8.0

Total......................

18

9.6

BUREAU

Pittsburgh.....................
Great Lakfes and Middle
West.............................

1.518
6

1

1.268

O
F

Pittsburgh.......................

3

7

7. s|

1

3

3 $1.013

........ J
......... |

2J
......... J
.........

........ |

3

J

2J
......... |
.........J
.........|.........

Pittsburgh......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

3
1

3

8.0

Total......................

4

26

6.2




23

5.9

13

13

1

1

1
1

2

2

5 SO 804
.

1

1

2

5

2

1

I

" 1

7

.665

10

5

3

5

... ”

8

8

3

.788

3

----_
)

STATISTICS,

CUPOLA T A P P E R S .

LABOR

CUPOLA M E L T E R S .

LADLE LINERS.

4

9
26

10.3

Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

6

37

7.4

9

2

12

5.3

4

1

Total......................

8

49

6.9

13

2

1

2

1

4

6

3

2

4

5

4

2

8

7

8.6

10

1

4

4

11.2

2

1

17

2
2

6

Pittsburgh
Great Lakes and Middle
West
. .
. .
Total

1

„3

7 80.732

4

.801

3

.756

8

4

4

7

9
3
3

1

3

4

3

4

3

9

1

9

3

4

2

9

3

4

»

3

6

4

1

6

4

1

1
4

1

1

4

6 $0,669

1
4

2

1

4

6

.671

1

16

6

7

1

1

.679

6

5

17

12

12

ait?

2

1

Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W «st...............
Total............ .........

Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est...........................
Total......................

1

2

2

2

12

8.4

1

2

2

2

12

35

6.1

10

2

2

3

5

4

10

7.5

1

1

1

2

10

45

6,4

11

3

3

5

21

8.0

3

5

9.8

9

26

6

6

1
3

1
1

2

.688

1

3

1 $1.175

1

2

3

1.082

2

3

3

1

4

11

:*iaais

S T E E L PO U R E R S,

ST O P P E R S E T T E R S .

1 11.154

2

1

.905

13

2

2

1

1.098

3

3
1

3

7

2
4

11

3

4

5

3

2

•gsaxasAiioo

1

2
5

11

VESSEL MEN.
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

6

18

9.1

3

5

Total......................

9

23

9 .5

1

1

3

3

2

2

1

4

4

1

1

5 $1,113

2

14

1

10.8

aaisassana

1

son

M O L D C AP P E R S.

2

1

3

1.053

2

3

2

1

4

1.100

4

17

2

4

2

4

2

1

5

V E SSE L M E N ’ S H E L P E R S.

6

48

7.0

4

17

9.1

Total......................

10

65

7.6




7

4

6

1
7

5

5

6

8

2

16

3

3

2 $0.' 881

11

13

9

5

4

4

2

3

5

4

.789

2

4

3

1

5

2

20

8

7

.857

2

15

16

10

10

6

2

ggg

Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

284

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

IRON AND STEEL: OPEN-HEARTH FURNACES.

.....

1
1

$0,296
.290

6
13
1

81
25
10

9.3
9.1
7.2

8
1

3
3
1

.349
.250
.313

U6

174

9.4

13

9

18

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

18
and
un­
der
20
cts.

20
and
un­
der
22
cts.

22
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and 50
un­ cts.
der and
50 over.
cts.

STATISTICS,




.8.3
10.5

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

LABOR

Total.................... .

11
47

2
4l

12
and
un­
der
14
cts.

O
F

Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Southern.........................
Pacific Coast....................

Un­
der
12
cts.

BUBEAU

DOOR O P ER AT O R S.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

THE

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

O
F

District.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver
age
N um ­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
9
10
8
11
7
estab­ em4
5
6
ed
lish­ ploy- per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments.
week der der der der der der der der der over.
day.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.
5.
6.
7.

BULLETIN

MALES.
[Pay-roll period: Two weeks and one-half month.]

District.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1

$1
and $1.25
un­ and
der over.
$1.25

AN
D

C H A R G IN G -M A C H IN E O P E R A T O R S.

12
39

12.3
11.8

6
*3
2

37
11
8

1 19

107

3

1

9.6
11.4
7.8

3

2

10.7

6

4

1

2
4

1
3

9

3

1
1

9 $0,715
26
.741

2

4
12

8
17

6

2

3
4

3
2

10
5

.784
.691
.950

1
2

5
5

21
2

7
2
4

3 .......

1

3

9

5

14

7

11

50

.763

5

26

48

19

11

7

5
18

40

5

9
7

17
6

7
5

34

46

52

4
7

1
E N G IN EER S, L O C O M O T IV E .

T^acfpxri

Pittsburgh
Great Lakes and Middle
West .
Southern..
Pacific Coast ..
Total

14
74

8.4
9.5

3
13

5
*3

33

2

2

20
10

11.5
11 8
8.0

*18

151

10.0

18

1
2

1
2

1

3
2

1

4

1

2

4

5

6

6

2

4 $0,585
.694
33

1
1

1

4

1

4
1

2

5

4

1
2

3

3

20
12

4

10

14

10

13

69

1

2

.638
.612
.904

2

.675

2

1 Including 1 ten-day pay-roll period.

2

5

4

1

10

4

1

.285




3

5

2

FURNACES.

2
4

2

OPEN-HEARTH

T otal....................

3
5

STEEL:

Eastern
...................
Pittsburgh
...............
Great Lakes and Middle
West
......................
Southern ........................
Pacific Coast....................

IRO
N

Employees whose average hours worked per
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Aver­
age
age
Num­ Num ­ hours
earn­
ber of ber of
ings
estab­ em­ work­
11
4
5
6
8
9
10
7
per Unlish­ ploy­ ed Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
hour
per
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and work- der
25
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
cts.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.
5.
6.
7.

286

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORRED PER.WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, SEX, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
H A L E S—Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were-

Aver­

age

w ­
arn

25

ings

30

35

40

45

70

70
cts.

80
90
cts. cts.

80

90

$1

ed.

cts.

80
35
45
40
50
60
Cts. Cts. cts. cts* cts. cts.

der
der $1.25 over.
•1.

O
F

60

50

per Un- and and and and and and and and and cts.
hour def un­ tin­ un­ un* un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and and 81.25
work­ 25 der der der der der der der der der un­ un­ and

BULLETIN

District.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
AverageNum­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of
estab­ etn- work­
5
6
8
9
4
7
10
11
lish­ ploy- ed U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
per
ments
un­ un­
un­ un­ un­ and
week der
der der der a s der der der over.
day. 4.
6.
8.
9.
5.
7.
10. 11, 12.

THE

IN G O T S T R IP P E R S .

10.780.
.831 .

1 3 .0 .
10.9

Pittsburgh.................. .

Great Lakes and Middle

10.1

Total......................

*17

.6 9 9 .

1 0 .8 .
9 .5 .
56

.

m .

*804 .

10.5

22

.7 2 9 .

11

LABO R E R S.

Total.....................




3
5

37

6
13
2

375
277
242

*10 1,763

8*4

4
196

9.5
9.1

8.7
8.0

m

313

85

133

114

164

145

13

.m

19
161

2 .
270

11$

25.
350
4.
'l23 *

120
46
2

28

7*0

2 10*408

lao

.486
.388
.490

21

404

*464

22 214 341

201

754

422

STATISTICS,

Eastern...........................
Pittsburgh......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Southern..........................
Pacific Coast..............

10

LABOR

*8
2

O
F

West............................. .
Southern*................... .
Pacific Coast................

BUREAU

Eastern............................

IADLE CRANEMEN.
16 10.1
4 11.2
1

Southern.............. ........
Pacific Coast..................

6
*3
2

41 10.1
2 12.1
1
10 8.6

3

Total,...,.............

*19

129 10.6

10

1

2
5
2

2

2
1

1

1

1

1

2
2

2

5

4

2

2
1

4
1
4

6
1

10

13

4
2

2
15

10
18

1

3

10
5

28
11

1

9

32

67

25
2

34
12 133

2
16

13

12

85 143
36
1

1
39

9

39

97 347

60

31

2

9 $0.707

1

28

.711

4
3

4

15
16

.744
.684
.962,

1

10

5

68

.736

1

4

6
3
7
6

3

7

6

IRO
N

3
5

Eastern........... ........
Pittsburgh...................
Great Lakes and Middle
West...............................

Total.....................

119

Ifl
26

3
7

4
8

f
t
9

239 9.3
57 9.4
49 10.0

16
6
5

1
1
1

10
3
4

582

65

22

29

9.2

10

3
1
1

6
10

1
26

5
15

20 $0,523
54 .560

19
2
2

6
3

26
4
12

26
4
19

23
11

14
1

68
10

.530
.494
.668

2

1
5

37

47

56

65

65

35 161

.546

2

6

4

2

9

OPEN-HEARTH

6
13
2

8.3
9.3

61
176

STEEL:

3
5

Eastern.........................
Pittsburgh.....................
Great Lakes and Middle
West...........................
Southern........................
Pacific Coast..................

AN
D

M E L T E R S * H E L P E R S , T H IR D .

MOLD C A P P E R S ,
5

52 10.5

7

1

5
12

35 10.4
5 6.9

2

1

1
3

Total....................

U2

92 10.2

9

2

4

3

2

2

2

7

28 $0,599

4

20

25

2

3

5

4
1

1
1

5

14

.578
.624

11

17
3

4

1

4

7

7

2

12

42

.592

15

40

29

4

1

3

1
8

5
R

5
8

1

4
a
5

3

25

17

3

2

FURNACES.

Pittsburgh.....................
Greet Lakes and Middle
West...........................
Southern........................

S T E E L PO U RERS.

Eastern..........................
Pittsburgh.....................
Great Lakes and Middle
West...........................
Southern........................
Pacific Coast..................

3
5

11 10.5
23 10.9

6
13
2

27 9.8
10 11.6
7 7.4

3
1

1

Total.....................

119

78 10.2

5

3




1

1
1

1

2
1

3
3
1

9
5

.791
.774
.812

3
2

12

2

6
1
2

7

12

7

31

.781

5

21

3

3
1

2

2

5

6 $0,769
11 .768

1 Including i ten-day pay-roll period.

1
3
2
1

1
1

2

7

2
00

288

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
M A L E S—Continued.

Num­ Num­
ber of ber of
estab­ em­
lish­ ploy­
ments ees.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

Un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

45
and
undjer
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

4
2

8
34

4
6

36
3

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

4

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1.

ST O C K CR ANEM EN.

11.2
11.3

1
4

1

5
12
2

43
10
16

9.7
10.7
8.7

3

4

T otal......................

U7

129

10.4

8

Eastern
. ...................
Pittsburgh . ...............
Great Lakes and Middle
West .........................
Southern ......................
Pacific Coast...................

3
5

49
178

10.6
10.4

3
30

3

6
13
1

190
48
4

10.5
11.6
7.2

10
1

T otal......................

U8

469

10.6

44

Pittsburgh.........
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Southern.....................
Pacific Coast-.................

4

22

9.3

7

4
11
1

19
3
4

8.6
5.0
6.4

4

UO

48

8.5

12

2

1

2
2

1
1

1
3

3
4

8 $0.537
26
.543
16
4

.583
.463
.746

2

2

3

54

.574

2

4

9

14 $0.473!
107
.518

1

26
2

14
46

8
128

2

59

19

1

1

1

1

1

6
3
5

9
1
6

1
2
2

1

1
2

4

3

18

18

9

8

3

1

2
5

3
4

4
1

3

5

5
1
1

8

8

6

14

5

81

3
16

14

3

16

1
1

6
7

9l
5

12
13

20
1
2

29
4

18
10

37
3

79
26

.514
.422
.500

1

29

5

112
13

30

46

42

45

226

.501

1

30

33

185

169

LABOR

ST O CK ER S.

4

21

STOPPER S E T T E R S .

Total

...............




2
1

1
1

3
3

2

2

2

2

7

10

2

5

.523
.575
.911

8

1

2

17

.663

8

14

•7

1

4

1

3

10

7

2

7

11
3

2

1
1

12 $0,750

1

3

STATISTICS.

16
44

O
F

3
5

BUBEAU

Eastern............................
P ittsburgh......................
Great Lakes and Middle
West ..........................
Southern ......................
Pacific Coast....................

$1
and $1.25
un­ and
der over.
$1.25

THE

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

2

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

District.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
hours
work­
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
4
ed
12
per U n­ and and and and and and and and and
week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ over.
4. der der der der der der der der
day.
6.
5.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.

SWITCHMEN.

Total......................

3
5

14
81

8.4
9.3

3
18

1
1

5
i3
2

41
28
12

11.7
11.6
7.3

1

1

*18

176

10.0

1
5
1

3

1

5

3

1
?
1

1
1
3

3
1
3

10

9

7

6

2
8

4 $0,519
.542
35

6
1
3

2
4

5
3

22
16

.565
.522
.712

13

12

18

77

.554

3

1

3
11

3
7

28
15

9
2
7

1

6

16

115

32

6

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1

$1
and
un­
der
$1.25

$1.25
and
un­
der
$1.50
i

$1.50
and
un­
der
$1.75

8

24
22

15
29

3
17

5

9

3
8

4
13

4
13

10
26

50

16

5

9
2
1

6
1
1

14
1
1

9
1
3

19
4
6

28
2
13

9
5
4

9
2

42
14

.967
.934
1.098

3
1

7
4

30
3

30
10

21
4

47
9
32

16
3
2

1

14

17

23

22

40

60

35

47

127

.969

4

19

79

84

45

138

37

6

11
3

1
23

13
63

11
40

3
21

6

3

42
147

11.0
10.5

2
8

2

6
13
2

155
34
34

9.3
10.0
7.7

10
2
5

Total......................

U9

412

9.8

27

I

16 $0.797
55
.998

M E L T E R S’ H E L P E R S , SE C O N D
Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Southern..........................
Pacific C oast..................

3
5

39
159

9.5
9.4

3
24

1
3

4
5

2
5

3
16

3
7

2
14

2
11

6
13
2

158
42
32

9.0
9.3
8.1

12
2
1

6
2
2

13
2
2

19
3

13
6
3

17
3
10

Total......................

1 19

430

9.2

42

26

29

41

19
1
_8
o»
>
oo

46

12 $0.631
55
.703

8
12
3

10
5

41
9

.677
.726
.785

1

1
1

52
7

36
10
1

41
4
25

13
17
4

14
3

36

41

117

.695

1

16

83

123

121

58

23

1

1

4

1

1Including 1 ten-day pay-roll period.

289




“i

pj

19

FURNACES.

7

3
5

OPEN-HEARTH

3
6

Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Southern..........................
Pacific Coast....................

$2
and $2.25
un­ and
der over.
$2.25

STEEL:

M E L T E R S’ H E L P E R S , F IR S T .

$1.75
and
un­
der
$2

AN
D

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

6
66

1
40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

2
4

4

Un­
der
40
cts.

2

IRO
N

124793°— 20-

Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Southern..........................

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

IRON AND STEEL: PUDDLING MILLS.

Employees whose earrings per hqur worked were—

Un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
Utyder
60
cts.

§0
and
Wr
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
9Q
cts.

2
2

4

1

4

1

90 :
cts. $ d $1.25
m d un­ and
un­ der over.
der $1.25
tl

HLOOJYt B O Y S .

10
2

5.2
9.1

5

4
13

7
7

10.0
6.5

1

Total......................

U1

26

7.1

6

1

1

3

3
1

1

3

2

3
1

2
3

|

$0.795
.716

2
4

6

4

.520
.367

2

1

2

2

]

1

3
3

I

1

2

.600

2

6

1

,4

3

4

so

3
1

aofm

Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est......................
Southern..........................

BU SH ELE RS’ H E LP ER S.

Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Southern..........................

4
2

56
26

6.2
3.6

5
12

Total......................

6

82

5.4

17

Eastern............................
JPitjtsburgh.......................
Great lwa,kes and Middle
W est............................
Southjern. . . ; ...................

3
2

9
7

6.1
7.5

3
1

4
13

13
5

9.1
7.5

Total......................

i 12

34

7. 7

11
1

3
7

15
5

13
1

9

$0.667
. 539

1

4

7
7

21
8

1
3

25

12

10

20

14

9

.626

]

4i

14

29

4

27

1

1

3
3

1

2

6
1

•1

2

H O O K -U P S .




2
1

4

2
3

1
1

3

F
)

3

1
2

$0 7I 3
>
.907

2

2

7

1.01Q
.586

2

6

7

.859

4

1

4

3

1
2

2

2
1
6

tnw
rnsfte jtjii

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

1

2

10

2

11

1

8
1

sonsiiwxs

District.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em­
4
5
6
8
9
10
11
7
lish­ ploy­ ed U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
per
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
der
over.
day. 4. der der 7. der der der der der
10. 11. 12.
5.
6.
8.
9.

.smrarcraria

MALES.
[Pay-roll period: Two weeks and one-half month.]

HOT-BED MEN.
Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Southern..........................
Total......................

3
2

20
13

5.0
8.1

12
1

3
13

11
12

8.3
6.0

1
2

’ 11

56

6.6

16

2

2

1

2
2

3

4

5

4

1
5

1

$0 653
.653

2
8

2

1
3

1
1

1

5
1

.626
.526

5

2

6

11

7

7

.620

5

9
1

8
3

2

2
2

2

12

15

2

41

1

81

9

2
1

1

3
1

1

3

1

14

2

10

1

5
6

1

1

2

1

L A B O R E R S.

4

1

2

4

1

4
3

162
29

9.4
7.5

11
6

8
1

5
2

3
4

9
2

11

214

9.0

21

10

9

11

12

1
1

4
2

1
3

1

13
4

34
6

26
1

25
1

. 28
2

.464
.309

9

11

10
8

12
1

135

5

17

46

31

27

30

.434

9

13

28

24

135

5

$0,374
.410

PU D D L E R S’ H ELPER S,

20

14

4

1S
1

19

31

5

1
4

5
4

5
1

1

5.0

72

25

19

13

25

20

8
4

8.3
9.0

2

4
2

7
3

11.6
11.1

11

22

9.9

Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
West.............................
Southern..........................

3
1

131
1

5.7
7.6

2
2

12
45

7.0
2.5

Total......................

8

189

Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Southern..........................

3
2

Total......................

41

15

$0.726
.962
9

4
18

1
9

4

3

9

22

51

85

2

3

.833
.558

1

3

.694

15

1
1

1

3

R O LL E N G IN EE R S.

1

3
1

2

3

1

4

2 $0.422
. 618

1
1

3
1

3
1

.604
.353

2

2

4

6

.506

2

3

3

4
4

1
3

5

11

1

5

MILLS.

3

1

2

ST E E L: PUDDLING

6.4
10.0

AN
D

Total......................

17
6

IR N
O

2
2

Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Southern........................

3

4

7

1

1

2

1

1

2

ROLL H A N D S, OTHER.

1
1

4

Total......................

2

9




1.9
4.5

4
3

1

3.3

7

1

-----

1

_—

$0,649
.259

5

.447

5

1

1Including 1 weekly pay roll-

291

Eastern............................
Southern..........................

292

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
M A L E S— Continued.
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

2

1

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

2

3

2
2

7
5

5.2
6.5

4
13

7
8

10.5
8.5

Total......................

i 11

27

7.8

3
1

2

1

1

2

1

2
1

$0.459
.718

2
5

1

3

4

1

1

1

4
1

1

.530
41Q

2
5

10

5

1

.514

7

4

$0.417
.604

1

12

4

3

2
1

4

4

5

17

2

1
11

2

4.1
8.4

6

1

3

3
12

24
9

9.0
7.4

1
2

2

2

Total......................

19

56

7.5

9'

3

5

1
2
2
5

|

2

1

2
4

1

1

1
2

4
2

8
1

4

* 1

.476
.299

5

2

4

12

10

4

1

.457

5

2

O
5

4

3

2

10

5

14

17

2

3

2
9

16
6

4

38

46

60

51

ST O C K E R S.
Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Southern.........................

3
2

25
15

4.5
9.5

14

2
1

1
1

1

3

2
1

3

4
i2

88
12

8.8
8.7

2

2

9
1

8

8
2

12
3

14
4

16
2

13

4

.490
.303

1

7

Total......................

i 11

140

8.1

16

5

12

9

13

18

21

25

17

4

.460

1

7




$0.447
.438

1Including 1 weekly pay roll.

4
c

2
13

S T A T IS T IC S ,

13
10

LABOR

2
2

3

O
F

SH E A R M E N ’S H E L P E R S .
Eastern............................
Pittsburgh......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Southern.........................

$1
and $1.25
un­ and
der over.
$1.25

BUREAU

Eastern............................
Pittsburgh......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Southern.........................

90
cts.
and
un­
der
SI.

THE

SH E A R M E N .

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

O
F

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

4

Un­
der
25
ets.

B U L L E T IN

District.

Aver­ Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
5
7
8
9
10
estab­ em­ ed
4
6
11
12
lish­ ploy­
per U n­ and and and and and and and and
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
4. der der der der der der der der over.
day.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.
5.
6.
7.

District.

Num­ Num­
ber of ber of
estab­ em­
lish­ ploy­
ments ees.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
hours
work­
9
10
11
5
6
8
ed Un­ 4 and and 7
and and and 12
per der and un­ un­ and and un­ un­ un­ and
un­ un­
un­
week
der der der der der der der over.
day. 4. der 6.
9.
10. 11. 12.
7.
8.
5.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
90
40
80
50
60
70
per Un­ and and and and and cts. SI $1.25 $1.50 $1.75 $2
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and and and and and and $2.25
work­ 40 der der der der der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ed. c t s . 50
60
90 der der der der der der over.
70
80
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1. $1.25 $1.50 $1.75 $2. $2.25

B U SH ELER S.

W

o

tzj

Great Lakes and Middle
W est............................
Southern

2
2

16
25

7.1
3.7

1
10

4

41

5.0

11

3

1
7

3
4

3

8

7

3
1
4

8

$0.957
1.005

1

.987

1

1

12
1

1
4

8

1

13

5

8

3

8

8

1

Total

l

1

1

3

8

>

c

1

U
l

P

H

B U S H E L E R S , L E V E L -H A N D E D .
1

5.3

2

2

4

166
23

4.6
2.0

48
1?

33
3

27
1

48
2

10

1.667
.644

1
3

6

Total

8

4
1

Pittsburgh
Great Lakes and Middle
W est............................
Southern.........................

1

19:

4.4

67

36

30

54

10

1.573

4

1

3

9

36

39

49

25

2

3

9

36

40

50

25

g

$2,303
4

1
6

1
4

6

4

7

5

6

6

l|

24

5.8

1

3

20

|

$1.54?|

1

d
d

£

3

o

B U SH E L E R S, LEV E L -H A N D E D (W IT H H E L P E R S ).
Great Lakes and Middle
W est..............

►d
d

1

9
12

....... i........

1
1

F
F

ui

B U SH E L E R S, T H R E E -H A N D E D .
Great Lakes and Middle
West




|
l

3

20

6.1

2

1

1

11

5
1

$1,283

3

5

8

4
1

to
SO
oo

294

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES— Concluded.

THE

t C
o O

6.1
8.7

3

1

13
7

6.2
6.5

1
1

2

5
3

5
2

12

34

6.7

5

3

8

7

4
4

2

$1,037
1.392

2
1

1
8

1

6

1.547
.768

2

1
3

2
2

3

1.239

3

7

4

4
5

1

9

6

4
4

BUREAU

Total......................

8
6

C4
O *.

C A T CH E R S.

Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.......................
Gr^at Lakes and Middle
W est........................... :
Southern..........................

1

O
F

H EA TE R S.

2
2

8.7
11.1

2

Total......................

12

4

9.9

2

2!

8 .8 |....... 1___ 1 . I .. 1 .. .
1
1
J
1
I

2

SI. 165
1.791

2

2

1.478

2

l

1

1

1

1

1

H EA TER S’ H EL P E R S.

Pittsburgh.......................

l|
1

1

2J....... | ....... | ........| ........J $0. 577j........ |___ |

2|.............

....... 1........ 1........ 1........ | ........ 1........ ....... I........
1

1

1

PU D D LER S.

Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
West.............................
Southern..........................

Total..




ISO

1

5.9
7.6

32

7.0
3.5

19

5.5

15

2S

SI. 146
1.444

10

102

1.217
1.018
32

23

16

1.128

16 "*118

1

1

1

STATISTICS.

1
11

LABOR

Pittsburgh.......................
Southern..........................

O
F

Employees whose earnings per hour worked wereAver­
age
earn­
ings
60
80
40
90
70
50
per Un­ and and and and and cts. $1 SI. 25 $1.50 $1.75 $2
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and and and and and and S2.25
Work- 40 der der der der der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
der
cts. 50
60
70
80
90 der der der der der $2.25 over.
$2.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. SI. $1.25 $1.50 $1.75

BULLETIN

District.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
Averday for the pay-roll period were—
age
Num­ N um ­ hours
ber of ber of
estab­ em- work­
4
5
6
7
8
9
11
10
ed
lish­ ployper Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
week 4. der der der der
der der der der over,
5.
8.
6.
9.
7.
10. 11. 12.

PUDDLERS, LEVEL-HANDED.
3
2

Total......................

63
209

3.5
5.2

46
63

9
25

23

1
39

1
32

2
26

50
92

5.3
6.3

13
22

4
12

4
2

17
8

12
11

17

4

414

5.2

144

50

29

65

56

45

9

$1.141
1.087

2

1

2
22

10
49

39
100

11
34

1

1

1.281
1.053

3

4

14

13

2
2

20
35

23
17

4
4

1

16
16

1.111

4

6

15

37

63

194

85

9

1

48

60 J

6

6

2

4
X

1

2

6

1

4
1

1
13

Eastern.. .
Pittsburgh
Great Lakes and Middle
W est..............................
Southern..........................

19

-----

Pittsburgh

2

121

4.3

54

18

15

19

loj

4

I
I

1

$0.632

IRO
N

P U D D L E R S , T H R E E -H A N D E D .
1

AN
D

R O U G H E R S.
1

3

4
*3

15
6

6.3
6.2

1
1

2

Total......................

18

24

6.6

2

2

1

8.5
1
1

.

1

7
2

4
1

1

9

6

2

1

1

$1.247

1

1.513
.757

1

1

1
1

2

1.291

1

1

2

STEEL : PUDDLING

Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est..........................
Southern___

2
5

2

2

2

5

2

$1.75 $2 $2.25 $2.50
and and and and
un­ un­ u n ­ un­
der der der der
$2. $2.25 $2.50 $2.75

$2.75
iand
un­
der
S3.

$3
and
un­
der
$3.25

R O L L E R S.

Un­
der
75
cts.

Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Southern..........................
Total......................




3
2

4.9
9.2

4
1 3
1

14
6
11
9

6.2

4.6

6

12

40

5.8

15

7

4
1

3
2
5

4

3
1

1
1

3

2

8

5

2
1

4

$1.129
1.935

1

1

75
cts.
and
un­
der
SI.

s i ;SI .25 $1.50
and and and
un­ un­ un­
der der der
$1.25 $1.50 $i.75

2

7

5

1
1

1.801

2

4

8

1

1

1
1

1

8

5

3

1

1

2

1Including 1 weekly pay roll.

1

4

3

2.945
1.358

13.50
w
un­ and
over.
der
$3.50

1
l!
1

1

2

4

2

2

4

MILLS.

2

296

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

IRON AND STEEL: BLOOMING MILLS.
B U L L E T IN

MALES.
[Pay-roll period: Two weeks and one-half month.]

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were-

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

8
2

2

12

14

9

4
1

2

2

19

7

14

16

17

6

15

8

2

15

8

2

$1
and $1.25
un­ and
der over.
SI. 25

BOTTOM M A K E R S.

Eastern.. .....................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
West .........................
Southern
............

2
6

10
44

10.2
7.5

1
9

2

1
1

6

4

4

5

4

8
7

2

$0.589
.973

5
13

35
8

10.2
9.5

2

1

2
1

1
1

2

4
1

3

2
1

2
3

16
1

.749
.729

Total......................

1 16

97

8.9

12

3

5

8

6

9

8

7

20

19

.833

2

2
2

12
1

2

13

,

7
10

B O T T O M M A K E R S ’ H E L P E R S.

Pittsburgh.............
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Southern.........................
Total




6

49

7.4

10

3

4

4

3

6

5

3

6

4
13

40
22

8.3
9.6

7
1

2

1
1

3

5
2

5
6

2
1

3
2

1
6

11
3

.535
.550

4

1 13

111

8.2

18

5

6

7

10

17

8

8

13

19

.645

4

5 $0.778

3

2

10

26
12

6

13

<0

19

13

4
10

7

S T A T IS T IC S .

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1.

LABOR

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

O
F

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

BUREAU

Un­
der
25
cts.

THE

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

O
F

District.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of
estab­ em ­ work­
4
5
7
8
9
10
11
6
ed
lish­ ploy- per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week 4.- der der der der der der der der over.
day.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.
5.
6.
7.

HEATERS’ HELPERS.
Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Southern..........................
Total......................

3
4
i1
i 13

10
35

12.1
7.4

17
3

7.1
8.6

65

8.1

8

1

1

2

2

5

10

1
1

3

1

2

1

1

3
3

4

2

11

2

3

3

3

14

4

11

3
2

6 $0.593
.884
3

4
1

3
1

11

4

3
10

1

2

6

8

13

10

21

.761
.406
5

9

3

.785

3

5

5

6
5

12
141

2

6

2

6

33

19
179

4

5

1
5

1
8

2
9

1
14

1
16

12
23

1 SO.437
80
.489

9.7
9. 8

18
9

12
1

8

15
2

15
5

23
4

10
5

18
8

28
12

82
22

.480
.386

2

22

28

9

199
6

17
1

13

10.0

42

17

13

23

29

38

30

43

75

185

.469

2

23

28

20

358

51

13

10.8
10.5

15

6
13

229
68

1 19

495

1

STEEL:

Total .................

3

AN
D

Eastern................ 1..........
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Southern..........................

IRON

L A B O R E R S.

M A N IPU L A T O R S .

Total....................

3

4
27

11.2
7.2

6

1

6
13

27
5

8.2
9.7

4

1 19

63

8.1

10

2

1

2

3

5

1
3

1

2
2

1 SO 746
.
3 1.029

1

1

3

1

1

1
3

1

2
1

5
1

5

1
1

1
1

5
1

.868
.816

3
1

6
2

4

3

3

8
2

5

6

11

9

3

6

10

.925

5

9

4

7

11

27

6

4
11

17

12

11

2

9
4

8

17

14
6

1

11

19

23

34

32

12

17

MILLS.

P IT C R A N EM E N .
Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Southern..........................
Total....................




3

8
57

11.7
8.1

14

1

3

6
i3

56
12

8.3
9.9

10

4
1

3

1 19

133

8.6

24

6

6

2

4

3

9

3

2

8
3

3
1

5
4

3

6

14

13

18

4
p
.

BLOOMING

Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.....................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Southern..........................

2 SO.628
9
.866

1

13
2

.790
.784

17

26

.812

2

1 Including 1 ten-day pay-roll period.

2

2

to
CD
-a

§g<g

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Concluded.
M A L E S — Concluded.
Employees whose earnings per hpur workecl were—
25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

2

1
5

1
1

1

fi

3

.915
.834

1

6

1

7
3

21

.934

3

16

3

7

3
1

6

$0,691
80

4

11

1

4
1

.832
.634

1

3

11

.790

1

8

6

16

1

m

$

s
15

a
3

25

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
an$
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

Un­
der
25
cts.

90
ct§. $1 $1.25
ana and and
un­ un- over.
der
der <*1

SEELHTXaa

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

jtQ

District

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ N um ­ hours
ber of ber of
estab­ em­ work­
4
5
7
8
9
10
11
6
lish­ ploy­ ed Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
per
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ an#
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
5.
12.
8.
6.
9.
11 .
7.
10.

3
7

6
30

11.9
8.3

6
13

26
6

Total......................

1 19

68

6

3

9.6
9.2

3
1

1

9.2

10

4

4

ri
,
1!

5
1

2

2

5

2

8

6

2

11

2

2

1
1

2

4

1 $0.771
io J.Q04

2
1?

1

5

3
1

4
1

10

23

6

SH E ARM EN .
3I

11.0
8.2

Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lanes and Middle
W est................. , .........
Southern......................

13

6.7
9.5

Total......................

1 19

8.0

f5

r
}

2
12

V

3

2

2
2

4.

2

1

2
1

2
2

3

4

7

6

6

2

2
1
1
3

2
i

2

2

5

2

14

SH E A R M E N ’S H E L P E R S.

West................ : .........

Southern..........................

Total.




3
7
6

13
1 19

62

46
150

16

2

3

1

1
6

4
1

1
1

2
i

8

4

8 .0

23

2

3

8.9

21

4

6

6

14

11 %
7.8
9.7

4

r
}

*
16

1
4
3

6
4

13
3
2

2

2
2

10

14

20

<
3

2 *0.Jff3
.6*8
19

i

1

7
.471

2

10

34
3

2
1

597

3

18

63

26

18
39

7

1

7

6

%

1

Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle

5

4

6

8

8

SOIISKEFIS

Eastern...........................
m s b u r g h ........... :.........
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Southern..........................

a ifrySHJfca
©

ROLL EN G IN EER S.

TABLE MEN.
Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Southern..........................

2
5

4
31

5.5

14

2

4
13

15
6

7.9
9.5

3

Total......................

1 14

56

6.9

17

3

1
3

1

9.8

2
2

4

2

2

2

1
1

4

4

1
1

3

2
2

2

$0.553
.694

3

1
1

3
1

1
1

.628
.526

5

5

8

4

2

.648

1

1

10
3

1

5
3

2

2

9

13

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
ets.
and
un­
der
$1.

3
2
5

2
9

2

4

5

1

1

16

3

5

1

1

H E A TE R S.

Un­
der
40
cts.

Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes gud Middle
W est.............................
Southern..........................
Total......................

3

12.5
9.0

6

5

41
11

8.5
10.1

10

13
1

8
33

18

93

9.2

16

4

3
3
3

2

8

2

2
1

5
1

2
2

6

6

8

12

8

7
7

18

4 $0.947
5 1.290

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.
4

2

12
1

1.134
1.162

22

1.177

4

1

1 $1.178
3 1.492

1

1

1

5

IX U>& f t .® $1,75
and and and and and 12.25
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
der der der der der over.
$1.25 $1.50 $1.75 $2. |2 .2 5

15

4
11

3
1
2

1

1

1

3
5

1

29
1

6
3

3

3

45

24

6

I

1

4

9

9

1!

,

2

1
2

12

5

R O LL ER S.

4!
25 ;

Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Southern..........................

13

15
6

Total......................

1 18

50




3
7

5*

I

1 1 .2
8 .1

1

2

9 .5
1 0 .6

1

2

9 .1

6

2

2

4

4

1

1
2

3
2

2

1

3

9

6

2

2
5
2

4
3

1.215
1,236

9

11

1.353

1
1

Including 1 ten-day pay-roll period.

1

1

1
2

9
1

1

2

4

14

10

1

1

1

300

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

IRON AND STEEL: PLATE MILLS.

[Pay-roll period: Two weeks and one-half month.]

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

135

14
19

246

37

119

5

34

365

42

L A B O R E R S.
Eastern............................
Pittsburgh...................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est...........................

157
302

5.8
7.6

60
74

n

4

19

14
13

13
18

8

10
26

21
34

12
36

39

3 SO 368
.
.484
36

3

121

7.9

24

5

5

12

18

8

10

16

11

16

.469

Total......................

9

584

7.2

158

35

32

43

33

44

65

64

55

55

.449

8

135

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1.

SI
and $1.25
un­ and
der over.
SI. 25

STATISTICS,




8

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

LABOR

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

O
F

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

1

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

BUREAU

U n­
der
25
cts.

THE

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per •
hour
work­
ed.

O
F

District.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num ­ hours
ber of ber of
4
5
7
10
estab­ em ­ work­
6
8
9
11
ed
lish­ ploy­ per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
4. der der der der der der der der over.
day.
10. 11. 12.
6.
7.
8.
9.
5.

BULLETIN

MALES.

District.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
N um ­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em ­
4
10
9
5
6
7
8
11
ed
lish­ ploy­ per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un * un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
4. der der der der der der der der over.
day.
5.
6.
7.
10. 11. 12.
8.
9.

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

Un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1 .

$1
and
un­
der
$3.25

$1.25
and
un­
der
$1.50

11

11

1

11

2

$1.50
and
un­
der
$1.75

$1.75
and
un­
der
$2.

$2
and $2.25
un­ and
der
$2.25

l9
41

10.1
8. 7

3

12

11. ^

Total......................

10

71

9.5

1

2

3

2

2

3

2

1

2
4

c
,
3

*2
9

3

15

1 $0.499
.911
10

0

1

6

*

4
4

11

18

, 786

4

3

1

4

1

8

12

14

12

5

11

2

10

2

$0,922
1.559

1

1

4

3

5

6
8

2

HEATERS.

3

11

24
27

Total......................

10

62

10.7

1

11.6

2

10.1
10.9

1

1

1

4

10
3

8

1
1

1

1

1

1

2

6

2

10

14

17

10

9
2

3.239

1

1

4

3

5

23

38
2

22
1

10

13

*!

8

Total.................... ,

8.9
9.1

4

2

9

9.0

3

1

9

125

9.0

12

5

4

3

4
1

3

8

1
5

3
2

11
12

11

24
7

3

1
5

23

17

] $0.46fi
10
.801

33

. 599

17

4

8

2

6

-

4
12

7

1

.667

14

12

40

27

10

8

301




72
4-1

2

6

7

4

H EATERS’ HELPERS.

Eastern............................
Pittsburgh......................
Great Lakes and Middie
W est.............................

2

n

MILLS.

E astern...........................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

PLATE

1

790

3

8

4

STEEL:

2
-

AN
D

Eastern............................
Pittsburgh......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

IRO
N

C H AR GIN G -CR AN E AN D C H A R G IN G -M A C H IN E O P E R A T O R S .

302

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
H A L E S— Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1.

$1
and
un­
der
$1.25

1

7

6
4

8

8

9

1

7

3

4

11

4

1

7

10:

1!

12

9

12

11

1

1

2

$1.25 $1.50 $1.75
and and and
un­ un­ un­
der der der
$1.50 $1.75 $2.‘

$2
and $2.25
un­ and
der over.
$2.25

THE

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

U n­
der
40
cts.

H O O K M EN , SH E A R E D -P L A T E M IL L S .

14
43

9.4
9.1

6

2

22

8.3

3

1

Total......................

9

79

8.9

9

1

3

1
4
3

9

2

6

8

17

14

2
6

7

1
7

U
2

.883

8

13

.811

$0,486
.879

BUREAU

2
5

1
3
2

2
1

Eastern..........
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

1
6

6

OS’ LABOR

ROLL EN G IN E E R S.

Total......................

$0.634
. 785

11.1
10.3
12.7
10

STATISTICS,

Eastern............................
Pittsburgh......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

. 845

11.0

5

23

20

.753

ROLLERS, SHE AR ED -PLATE M IL L S .

E astern........................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

2
5

Total......................

9




19
15

9.6
11.0

6

10.2

1

10.1

40

1

1
1

5
3

8
4

2
2

4
1

1

2

12

1 $0.761
5 1.764
2

12

4

1.291

3

3

6

3

3

3

6

1

1

2

2

8

2

2

2

2

1.788

8

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

District.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ N um ­ hours
ber of ber of
estab­ em­
4
5
7
8
9
10
11
6
lish­ ploy­ ed U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
per
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day, 4. der der der der der der der der over.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.

4

6

4

4
4

ROLLERS, UNIVERSAL MILLS.
Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

2
1

4
2

10.2
11.9

1

2

12.0

Total......................

4

8

11.1

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

1

$1,045
2.199

2

1

1.310

3

1.400

1

1

1

1

2

2
1

1

1

2

]

4

1

4

2

3

ROLL H AN D S, O T U P R , S H E A R E D -P L A T E M IL L S .

21

9.3
6.8

1

2

8

30

7.5

..... .....

8.5

7

2
2

1
1
1

7

1

1

2

1

4

4
2

$0,478
.725 .......

3

1
4

5

6
1

1
6

7

2

.722
6

3

.667

7

7

7

4

AN
D

Total......................

2

IRO
N

Efisterp .............
Pittsburgh ..................
Grpat Lakes and Middle
W est...........................

.......

R O LL H A N D S, O TH E R , U N IV E R S A L M IL L S .

10
3

10.5

8.0

1

1

1

9

6.9

2

1

22

8.7

3

1

1
1

1

3

4

2

3

1

3

5

1
1

$0.506
. 700

1

1

3

5

.615

3

.577,

1

1

2
^

2
2

1

2
5

6

1

5

6

5

1

1

2

2

I

PLATE

Total ......................

2
1

STEEL:

Eastern....
Pittsburgh .
Gre^t Lakes and Middle
W est........................

.
SC R EW M E N , SEfEA R ED -PfcA TE M IL L S 1

Total.....................

2
5

10
18

9.2
9. li

2

6

9

34

9.1

1
2

2

1
1

2

2

3

1

3
4

2
2

3

9.1

2

2
9

5

1 80. 776
5 1.250

1

4

1
1

2

3
2

6

1
2

4

5

1

1

1

4

4

2

4

1

2

1

2

2

1.120

2

2

9

2

1.301

2

1
1

MILLS.

Eastern.........................
Pittsburgh.........
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

SC R E W M EN , U N IV E R S A L M IL L S , M A IN R O LL S .

Eastern....................
Pittsburgh .
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Total

4
2

9.9
11.9

1

3

8.1

1

4

9

9.7J

1

1

1

2

1
1

1

1

1

2

1

1.185

2

I

80.709
1.469

1

1

1.037

'

.

2

2
i

i

1

2

i

3
1

303




2
1

304

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
M A L E S — C o n c lu d e d .

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

U n­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

'60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1.

$1
and
un­
der
$1.25

$1.25*1.50
and and
—J
un­ un­
der der
$1.50 $1.75

$1.75
and
un­
der
$2.

$2
and $2. 25
un­ and
der
$2.25

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

B U L L E T IN

District.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ N um ­ hours
ber of ber of
estab­ em­ work­
4
5
6
9
11
7
8
10
ed
lish­ ploy­ per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees.
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
5
6.
7
8.
9.
10. 11. 12

THE

SCR E W M EN , U N IVER SA L M IL L S , SID E R O L L S .

6
2

10.5
11.7

1

1

7.4

1

Total......................

4

9

10.4

1

2

1
1

3

1

2

$0.619
1.034

4

.787
2

2

3

1

2
1

1

2

4

1

5

6
5

5
4

2
4

7

19

1

.730

1

2

2

14

12

10

8

9

33

2

O
F

2
1

BUREAU

Eastern............................
Pittsburgh......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

I

LABOR

S H E AR M E N .

2
5

23
54

10.2
9.3

7

3

20

9.8

1

Total......................

10

97

9.6

8

1
1




i
1

2

1
1

2

2

2

3

1
2

1
10

10
5

8
10

1

3

1 $0.623
14 1.137

7

2

5

3

.976

4

18

17

23

18

.982

5

5

5

5

7

3

5

7

3

1

S T A T IS T IC *

Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

SHEARMEN’ S HELPERS.
118
339

9.2
8.6

6
52

4
13

7
16

3
6

20

10
19

14
65

32
34

35
50

1 $0,452
64
.729

3

170

8.4

9

12

10

9

10

24

59

12

10

15

.555

Total......................

10

627

8.7

67

29

33

18

36

53

138

78

95

80

.630

31

51
24

33
72

3
95

38

37

48

23

83

31

74

3

2

1

1

6

158

179

101

40

38

49

29

2

5
1

3
4

1
3

1
2

3

2

2

2

TABLE O PER A T O R S, SH E A R E D - P L A T E M IL L S
2
5

14
19

8.5
9.4

2

12

8.4

Total......................

9

45

8.9

1
2

4^
4

2
2

1
4

2

1

3

3

2

4

6

11

5

7

4

$0.562
.954

1

1

1

3
4

.833

2

.957

5

2

5
2

2

6

7

4

8

2

2

7
3

9

2
:

STEEL:
PLATE
MILLS*

305




2
1

2
2

AN
D

Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

IRO
N

124708°— 20----------- 20

2
5
Great Lakes and Middle
West ..........................

306

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

IRON AND STEEL: STANDARD RAIL MILLS.
BULLETIN

MALES.
[Pay-roll period:

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

whose earnings per hour worked were—

U n­
der
25
cts.

30
and
un-'
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
60
and and
u n ­ un­
der der
60
70
cts. cts.

70
and
un ­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
SI.

SI
and $1.25
un­ and
der over.
SI. 25

C H A R G IN G -M A C H IN E O P E R A T O R S.

2

19

9.1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2J

7

5

4 SO 512
.

14

O
F

Pittsburgh................

..............

8.9

3

37

7.0

5

5

78

8.0

10

4

2

7

3

1

7

7

3

5

5

4

4

8

4

5

6

13

8

9

2

5

1

3

17

8

3

4

6

2

11

11

2

1

5

9

2

28

19

5

6

3 SO 507
.

1

6

4^0

4

5

1

6

7

4

10 SO 765
.
.726

5

10

.747

4

COLD-SAW M EN .
Pittsburgh .....................
Great Lakes and Middle
West
...................
Total

.................




2

7

9.0

1

1

2

6

5.6

1

1

1

2

1

4

13

7.4

2

2

1

3

1

1

1

1

3

499

I
1

5

STATISTICS.

Total

41

2

LABOE

C H IP P E R S.
Pittsburgh......... .
.
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

BUEEAU

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

THE

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
N um ­ Num ­ hours
ber of ber of
4
5
6
8
10
11
estab­ em­ work­
7
9
ed
lish­ ploy­ per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
4.
der der der der der der der der over.
day.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.

O
F

District.

Two weeks and one-half month.]

COLD-SAW MEN’ S HELPERS.
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

2I

40

6 .5

14

3

4

8

12

5 .3

4

1

2

2

Total......................

oj

52

6 .3

18

1

5

6

3

2

2

7 SO. 484

2

39

.46 6

3

11

1

.4 7 9

50

2

3
3

5

2

3

2

7

1

69

8 .4

12

5

1

4

2

7

11

S

7

12 SO. 711

32

3

17

7

5

3

72

6 .6

7

18

3

11

8

5

11

8

1

.63 3

30

3

7

26

5

1

Totftl......................

5

141

7 .5

19

23

4

15

10

12

22

16

8

.671

30

35

10

43

12

6

9

12

H O T -B E D LE V E R M E N .

13

9.2

]

2

3

1

3

16

6.8

5

2

1

2

1

1

Total....... ..............

5

29

7.9

6

2

1

4

4

2

2

4

.579

5

5

2

4

7

.549

9

14

2

4

5

1

1

H O T -B E D M E N .
2

9

9 .0

1

2

13

8 .9

1

1

1

Total......................

4

22

8 .9

2

1

1

1

1

2

1

1

2

2

1

4

3

1

1

1

2 $ 0.483

2

3

.514

3

5

.50 2

4
4 9
9 1
3

H O T -S A W M E N ’ S H EL P E R S.

Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W e st............. ..........

2

23

3.8

15

3

24

8.8

Total......................

5

47

6.4

26

2

1

1

1

$0.476

20

1

1

1

8

.494

15

3
9

3

2

2

1

10

.485

35

12

307




2

1

1
2

U

MILLS.

Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

BAIL

.
3 SO 512
4

2

5

STANDARD

Pittsburgh.............
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

5

STEEL,:

2

AN
D

Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
Weat.............................

IBO
N

D R ILLER S AN D P U N C H E R S.

308

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

U n­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

5

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts. $1
and and $1.25
un­ un­ and
der
der $1.25 over.
$1.

THE

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

9

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

O
E

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

District.

ses
Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
em­
7
8
9
10
11
4
5
6
lish- ploy- ed Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
per der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.

IN SP E C TO R S.

2

15

9.7

1

1

3

3

1

5 $0.677

3

44

7.9

6

5

2

3

5

5

3

5

5

5

.547

5

36

3

Total......................

5

59

8.4

7

6

2

4

5

5

6

8,

6

10

.580

5

37

12

BUKEAU

Pittsburgh......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

1

5

O
F

206

97

7

6

6

9

12

7

49 $0,484

3

219

4.7

122

10

13

16

10

23

8

5

5

7

.472

Total......................

5

425

5.5

219

17

19

22

19

29

15

17

12

56

.478

172

20

1

196

22

15

368

42

14

STATISTICS.

2

6.3

6

7

Pittsburgh
Great Lakes and Middle
West .........................

LABOR

L ABO R ER S.

R EH E ATER S.

Pittsburgh.




17

6.6

1

1

2

1

2

1

2 $0,843

2

11

3

1
1

REHEATERS’ HELPERS.
Pittsburgh.......................

2

14

1

8.4

3

1

2

3

1

3

11

.
7 SO 557

8

22

.477

4

24

.527

32

22

14

1

2

6

1

2

3

2

1

5

2

11

6

2

7

5

13

6

2

1

2

1

2 $0.517

ST R A IG H T EN E R S* H EL P ER S.

2

43

7.8

10

2

1

3

3

26

4.7

7

11

2

2

Total......................

5

69

6.6

17

13

3

5

2

4

7

1

6

4
2

8

7

1

6

7

12

1

IKOir

Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

2

AN
D

T A B L E L EVE R M E N .

16

7.7

2

i

25

4.1

17

Total......................

5

41

5.5

19

2

O

1

1

3
3

3

1

6

2

4

1

1 $0.666
3

4

1

3

.912
1

.816

2

6

1
TABLE M E N .

1

3

4.9

2

1

4

6.6

2

T otal......................

2

7

5.9

4

$0. 771

•

1
1

1

.482

4

1

1

.606

4

m ills .

309




1

r a il

Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

sta n d a rd

2
3

s te e l:

Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

310

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Concluded.
H ALE S—Continued.

THE

GUIDE SE T T E R S .
2

18

6.9

5

3

11

7.9

5

29

7.3

8

!

3

Total........................

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

4

1
2

3

1
2

1

1 $0,701

2

1

3

1.050

6

2

4

.834

7

4

7

4

1

3

i

3

4

2

6

5

2

2

3
2
3

2

BUBEAU

Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West...............................

O
F

Employees whose earnings per hour worked wereAver­
age
earn­
70
90
50
40
60
ings
$ SI. 25 SI. 50 SI. 75 $
1
2
per Un- and and and and and cts. and and and and and $2.25
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and un­ un­
un­ un­ un­ and
work- 40 der der der der der un­ der der der der
der over.
70
90 der
cts. 50
60
' ed.
80
2
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. * . $1.25 SI. 50 SI. 75 $ , $2.25
1

BULLETIN

District.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber
ber hours
of
of work­
9
5
6
11
7
10
8
estab­ em­
ed Un­ 4
and and and and and and and and 1
2
lish­ ploy­
per
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments ees. week
over.
der der der der der der der der
4.
day.
7.
9.
10. 11. 12.
5.
6.
8.

O
F

Total........

1

2

5

8.8

1

2

6

4.3

4

1

1

4

1
1

6.3

5

1

2

2 SO.545

1

2

2

.610

1

2

.580

2

4

3

6

STATISTICS,

Pittsburgh.....................
Great Lakes and Middle
West...............................

LABOK

H O T -SA W M EN.

R OLL ENGINEERS.
Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West...............................

Total......................




1
2

12

11. 8j

2

1

9 $0.708

4

8

3

14

7.7

4

2

4

4

.974

5

2

3

4

S

26

9.6

6

2

5

13

.852

9

10

3

4

,

ROLLERS.
Pittsburgh
Great Lakes and Middle
W e s t .........................
Total.........

2

4

1

11.0

2

4

7.3

1

1

8

9.1

1

1

1

1

2

1

4

1

2

1

2
3

1

2

2

3

1

1

2 $0.984

1

1.400
2

1.192

IK N
O

R O LLE R S’ HELPERS.
4

9.5

1

2

10.8

3

6

9.9

i
1'

1

1
1

11 ftO O
.Q O

1
1

2

1
2

1
•

1.008

2

1

1

2

2

2

19

6

1

6

5

5

3

25

11

5

1.224
2

STRAIGH TEN ERS, G A G P R E S S.
Pittsburgh...................
Great Lakes and Middle
West...............................

2

40

9.3

2

3

3

2

17

3.9

8

2

Total.............

4

57

7.7

lO
j

5

10

9 $1,036

7

1

6

4

3

8

1

8

4

1.291
1

1

6

4

3

8

9

1.112

1

8

4

KAIL
MILLS,




1

STEEL". STANDARD

Total

2

AN
D

Pittsburgh
Great Lakes and Middle
West ............... •

05

i—
I

312

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX ANL
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

IRON AND STEEL: BAR MILLS.
BULLETIN

MALES.
[Pay-roll period: Two weeks and one-half month.]

were—

n
and *1.25
un­ and
der over.
$1.25

BUNDLERS.
9.4
6.6

1
13
2

26
10
14

8.4
10.1
6.7

Total.......................

i 10

143

7.3

34

2

5

2

3

2

2

1

2

4

2

3
1
1

40

6

10

4

1
5

1
5

3
5

3
7

3
2
1

6

-1
4
4

1

12

14

19

14

4

11

1

5
3

.459
.326
.453

8

.508

8

2

18

2
34

2

19

1
5
27

8

$0.479
.555

12

12
24

14

6

1

14

6

1

2
50

38

CHARGERS AND HELPERS.
6
4

4
3

3
3

1
6

1
9

2
6

3

10

7

8

2

6

10

22
10

3

28

3

11
1

23
2

1

14

12

54

12

21

23

24

Eastern..............................
Pittsburgh..........! ............
Great Lakes and Middle
West...............................
Southern...........................
Pacific Coast.....................

2
3

21
49

6.1
9.0

2
3

2
2

9
13
3

113
13
58

7.8
11.4
4.4

21

Total.......................

i 20

254

7.3




17

22

33

35

13

1

5
22

1
14

8
6

12
25
3
1" ” 2

57
7
17

54

96

$0,642
.574
.541
.464
.654

1

.577

1

2
3
3

2

16

6
4

1

1
2

6

1

4

2

27

4

4

1

2

47

15

9

6

5

3

STATISTICS,

7
86

LABOR

3

O
F

Eastern..............................
Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West...............................
Southern...........................
Pacific Coast.....................

BUREAU

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1.

THE

Employees whose earnings per hour worked
Aver­
age
earn­
45
50
80
ings
60
70
25
30
35
40
per Un­ and and and and and and and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
work­ 25 der der der der der der der der der
35
40
45
50
60
70
80
90
ed.
cts. 30
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

O
F

District.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­
hours
ber of ber of
estab­ em­ work­
4
5
6
7
8
10
11
9
ed Un­ and and and and and and and and 1
2
lish­ ploy*
per der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week 4.
der der der der der der der der over.
day.
9.
6.
7.
8.
10. 11. 12.
5.

DRAG-DOWNS.
3

8

8 .2

2

28

8.9

1
6

8

Pittsburgh.........................
Great Lakes and Middle

7.7
9.7
5.0

1

1
1

4
1

3

3

10

10

17

1

1

1

1

10
2
8

1

5

2
1

4

1

3

3

2

8 .0

27

2

7

6

9

17

1

1

2
2

4

2
8

5
7

5
9

1
1
8

2
6

6
2
1

10
6

10
1

19

28

Pacific Coast.....................

26
3

60
29
17

Total........................

2 22

142

Eastern..............................
Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est...............................
Southern..........................
Pacific Coast.....................

4
3

17
40

8 .1

1

9.1

3

60

1

3

5

8

12

3

$0,466
.632
.901
.452

9

2

2

2

8

1

1
2

8
11

2

29

12

.745

1

6

22

1

1
6

8

9

7

4

4

20

13

15

11

2
6

2

3

1
1

2
1

2

2

11

4

21

23

9

2

$0. 714
.838

13

G

3

1 .0 1 2
20

3

2

16

1

6
2

2

1

4

11

11

2

15

6

5

FIN ISH E RS

126

157

8 .8

10

5

2

14

19

Eastern..............................
Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West...............................
Southern...........................
Pacific Coast.....................

4

13
14

5
4

11
2

8

6
6

4

14

2

1

25

5
28

.810
.560
1.130

2

.816

2

3

4

7

8

4

3

7

7

1
2

3

8
1
2

3

2

25

29

20

24

13

26
26

7
20

19
26

12

6

4

10
1

14

11

17

18

4

14

3

2

9

14

27

101

52

64

28

32

36

31

5

1

2

7

3

7

1
1

9

18

9

2

2
1

5

28

16

12
2

2

5

4

17
4

5

1
1

8
1

14

6

.....

16

H E A T E R S’ H ELPERS.
3

78 '7 .0
94 8.3

7

2

10

13

13

23
15

7

13

17
5

22

24

16

6

10

1
1

8 .0

19

7
3

132
38
77

9.3
4.8

1

3
4

32

2

8

1
22

12
1
11

Total........................

i 28

419

7.4

79

18

27

52

36

39

Eastern...........................

4
3

22

4

2
1

5

2

1

30

6.3
7.6

1
2

92
31
43

7.0
7.2
4.4

8

3

8
20

4
3

6
1

27

218

6.5

54

18

11
1

7

2

52

68

33

15

$0,568
.715

1

.737
.414
1.164

2

.750

2

$0.504
.667

2

1

2

10

18

10

14

4
3

19
3

10

29

2

8

35
6
8

3

2

M IL L S .

Total........................

1

BAR

3

1

STEEL!

2

AND

9.7
8.3
6.4

IRON

7

20
20

3

3

10
16

13

H O O K -U P S.
Pittsburgh........................

Great Lakes and Middle
West...............................
Southern...........................
Pacific Coast.....................
Total.......................

2

16

8

20

6

18

” 5

1
12

5
3

13

32

17

2
1

i Including 2 weekly pay rolls.

5
4
17

6

2

10

28

8
6
10

16

2

10

12

.725
.535
.935
.709

1

1

2

1
2

4
3

2

1

3

3

17

9

20

11

2

4

13
4

4

23

54

24

8

a Including 1 weekly pay roll.

1

5
21

5

.....

10

6

" * io
16

313




11
26

6

814

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

h rs
ou
w
ork­
ed
per
w eek

day.

E m p lo y e e s w h o s e e a r n in g s p e r h o u r w o r k e d w e r e -

A ver­
age

earn­
U n­
der
4.

4
and
un­
der
5,

5
and
un­
der
6.

6
and
un­
der
7

7
and
un­
der
8,

8
and
un*
der
9.

9
and
un­
der
10,

in g s
11
per
and
hour
u n ­ an d
w ork ­
d e r over.
e d.
12,

10
and
un­
der
11,

1
2

Under
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts .

35
and
un­
der
4Q
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts .

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
$1
cts .
a n d $ 1.25
and
u n ­ and
un­
d e r o v er.
der
$1.33
$1

O
P

m ent?

E m p lo y e e s w h o s e a v e r a g e h o u r s w o r k e d p e r w e e k
d a y fo r t h e p a y -r o ll p e r io d w ere—

BULLETIN

D istrict.

Num ­ Num ­
ber of ber of
esta b ­ e m lis h ­ p lo y *

A v e r*
age

THE

HOTBED MEN.
71
163

11
16
3

208
73
118
633

7 .5
7 .1
3 .4
6 .1

20 !
62 I
!
34
22
78
216

'

6
13

11
14

11
12

8
6

1
7

7
13

6
19

19
2
5

14
3
2

19
7

17
2
14

20
3
4

20
10

24'

47

35

50

45

44

15
64

1

,1
3

14

34
21

7
1

59

6

22

.592

9

109

1

9

5
7

7

$0. 409
.4 8 2

21

8

15

3
9

6
31

33

14
42

11
12

11
6

87
14
2

55
17
20

28

29

140

125

45

3

.5 2 2
.41 5
.7 9 2

2I
i
51

$0.551
.6 3 6

5

ia
29

6
9

2
2

15
3
58

11

11

2

a

4

4

16

11

132

59

30

10

24

11

1
38

57
356

22

242

27

655

91

8

LABORERS.

10
16
a

T o t a l .............................

125




3
3

6 .2
8 .7

84
85

8
18

4
12

4
21

4
18

11
18

12
19

25
47

1
69

545
7 .7
124
8 .0
61 • 6 .1

72
14
13

28
7
10

49
5
3

27
9
6

53
8
12

101
23
8

76
24
5

89
25
2

33
4
2

17
5

.448
.281
.5 0 0

69

6
46

26
6

243

3

218

71

73

67

95

161

136

188

109

131

.44 2

3

69

52

77

301

109
416

1,249

7 .9

19

STATISTICS,

E a s t e r n .....................................
P it t s b u r g h ..............................
G re a t L a k e s a n d M id d le
W e s t ......................................
S o u t h e r n .................................
P a c ific C o a s t..........................

LABOE

127

• 5 .6
6 .0

O
F

T o t a l .............................

4
3

BUKEAU

E a s t e r n .....................................
P it t s b u r g h .............................
G re a t L a k e s a n d M id d le
W e s t ......................................
S o u t h e r n .................................
P a c ific C o a s t..........................

!

1

42
1
j

BOLL ENGINEERS.
Eastern
Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West
.........................
Southern..........................
Pacific Coast.....................
Total .

3
3

13
29

10.7
9.3

11
^6
3

45
15
24

11.0
11.8
8.6

2

126

126

10.2

11

8

2
1

2
4

x

2
1

6

9
13

8

1
4

4
3
1

14
1
3

18
9
2

.585
.406
,729 .......

11

23

47

.577

1
6

2

3

2

1

j
1

4 $0- 475
14

2

4

2

2

5
4

2
15

2
10

1

2
5

3
3

21
1

19

5

12

11

1

5

3

9

15

39

43

11

1

1

2
1

4
2

13

11

18
1

10
5

R O LL H A N D S , O T H E R .
8.7
7.2

8

8
3
3

70
20
44

8.9
8.9
6.6

10
3
4

2

2
1
1

Total.......................

21

205

7.9

25

12

10

,1
7
2

6

1
8

2
5

7

2
2
1
22 ' " l 2

7
1
3

7
6

18

20

34

19

4!
14

1

2

9

24
8

5

27

33

7

$0,526
.825
.663
1i
.449
1.172 ........ I
.796

7!

11
3

7

14

2

3

1

28

14

25

2

22
1

4
4

3
9:

4
2

36
1

8
21
5

29

45

1
17

6
53

1

8

1

2

7

3

1

6

24

12

30

14

3

18

9j - s

SHEARM EN.
4
3

37
31

11
2

2
1

Eastern................
Pittsburgh........ 01............
Great Lakes and Middle
West.............................
Southern...............
Pacific Coast.........

11
i6
3

70
18
29

9. 4
10.8
5.3

5

1

8

1

1

Total........................

i 27

185

8.2

26 •

5

2

6.3
8.8

1

1
5
2
1
1
12
1
19
1

6
3
5
1
3

1
4

14
1
4

24

1
7!
8

4
1

8: 14
5 ' 4
28|

23

I
3
23

! $0.509
.789
'

2

2

2

5

2
2

2

2

2

7

6

$0.416
,631

4

4

3

.484
.343
.618

2
7

4

3

.673
.392
1.256

30

10

.724

4
5
*
1

3

3

5

1

8

1

6

3

1

4

6

12

27

12

12

8

17

16

18

MILLS.

4

12

2
3
1

BR
A

2

2

1:

1
23

STEELt

8
63

AN
D

4
3

IRO
N

Eastern.
Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West......... . ...................
Southern.
Pacific Coast.....................

SH E AR M EN ’ S H ELPER S.
2
3

18
128

8.3
5.6

10

219
43'
42i
450

Eastern..............................
Pittsburgh......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Southern........................
Pacific Coast...................

24
3

Total.......................

2 22

2
1

5

5

4

8.2
9.0
3.4

61
19
3
26

6

10
13

2
19

2
5

14
2
1

11
1
1

12
2
4

15
2
9

50
8
1

35
7

27
7

32
11

4

7.1

111

23

16

23

31

63

65

55

50

13

9

10
!

.522

13
10i

1 Including 2 weekly pay rolls.

1
1

24

13

10

13
10

18
3

as

72
7
28

35

5

4
7

2

26

25

86

166

64

18

21

2

4
2
6

12

2 Including 1 weekly pay roll.

5

7

71
t

315




2

316

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

.

Ill A L E S—Continued.

O
F
THE

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
25
30
35
40
45
80
90
ings
50
60
70
per Un­ and and and and and and and and and cts. $1 $1.23
and
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and un­ and
work­ 25 der der der der der der der der der un­ der
over.
40
45
50
cts. 30
60
35
70
80
90 der
ed.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1 $1.25

BULLETIN

District.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Average
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of
4
5
estab­ em- work­
6
7
8
9
10
11
ed
2
lish­ pi°y- per Un­ and and and and and and and and 1
ments
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
week der der der der der der der der der over.
4.
day.
6.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.
> 5.
7.

ST O C K E R S .

BUBEAU

------------------------ ------------44
66

8.0
8.6

6
11

9
i2
1

200
13
4

7.6
10.5
7.2

28

1 17

327

7.9

13
1
16

18

21

2
2

2
4

4
8

12
7

15
16

15

14

28
2

28
1

35
1

21

1
45

3
2

3

20

23

67

29

42

48

18
1

8

.501
.369
.523

4

16

.524

4

13

12
32

1
12

6

3

9

1
9

73

53

31

33

4

2

3

10

92

66

79

46

10

5

12

$0.461
.662

8

8

3

4
3

LABOR

Total.......................

3
2

O
F

Eastern..............................
Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West...............................
Southern...........................
Pacific Coast.....................

STR A N D E R S.
4
3

67
99

7.6
8.2

8
5

2
9

11
26
3

183
34
73

7.9
8.9
5.0

23
3
28

7
2

.552
1.129

Total.......................

2 27

456

7.5

67

20

.806




2
0

$0.581
.846

16
4

19

2
1
31
4

2.
28

1

25
4

15

4

80

45

1 1
2 1

25

1
1

*i9

STATISTICS.

Eastern.............................
Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West...............................
Southern...........................
Pacific Coast.....................

District.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­
hours
ber of ber of
em­ work­
4
6
10
5
7
9
11
8
ed U
lish- ploy­
n­ and
and
1
2
per der un­ and un­ and and and and and and
un­
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
ments ees.
week 4. der der der der der der der der over.
day.
10. 11.
5.
6.
7.
12.
8.
9.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
90
40
50
60
ings
70
SI
$2
U n ­ and and and and and cts. and SI. 25 SI. 50 SI. 75 and $2.25
per
and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
work- 40 der der der der der un­
der der der der der over.
60
70
80
cts. 50
90 der
cts. c t s . cts. cts. cts. SI. SI. 25 SI. 50 SI. 75 $2. $2.25

C A T C H E R S.
3
4

?

11
26
3

91
32
30

8.1
9.1
6.1

7
3
6

5

Total........................

2 27

226

8.1

23

7

?
4

3
1

2
9

8
4

7
4

1

14

4

8
3
9

17
2
9

9
4
2

18
8

17
2

4
8

2
2

13

26

32

26

38

30

13

SO 797
.
.922

9

2

3
19

6
9

4
3

5
9

1.047
.741
1.694

5
6

11
6

8
9

20
2
2

23
1
10

12

2

4
3

1

6
1
7

3

18

1.033

2

14

5

5

S . 909
O
1.121

2
2

16

4
2

13

39

32

31

48

17

9
1

4
3

11
7

3
6

13
5

5
5

8

6
3

7

10
6

3

36
5
2

20
3
7

9
1
10

2

9
1
5

40

28

7

15

STEEL: B R
A

7.7
9.0

AD
N

29
44

IR N
O

4
3

?
3

4

Eastern..............................
Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est...............................
Southern...........................
Pacific Coast.....................

H EA TER S.
1

2

3

1

3

13

n
1
9

8

8

22

22

4
3

45
35

7.3
9.0

9
3

2
2

3

11
26
3

108
28
40

8.7
10.0
5.7

10

3

11

Total........................

2 27

256

8.2

33

7
6

14
10

4
1

8
7
3

26
9

28
5

16
6

25

48

7

57

27

1

1.299
1.137
2.167

2

6

1.324

2

2
1

5

3

19

14

34

12

61

S . 846
O
.947

4

3
2

8
9

10
15

1
4

8
10

1.045
.768
1.653

5
2

6
5

10
7

10
12

26
3

21
6
16

12

12

1

2

13

4

1

61

19

25

5

1
21
2

MILLS.

5
1

Eastern..............................
Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est...............................
Southern...........................
Pacific Coast.....................

1

ROUGHERS.
Eastern..............................
Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est...............................
Southern...........................
Pacific Coast.....................

4
3

34
45

7.7
9.9

4
1

3

11
26
3

103
41
44

8.3
8.6
5.9

5
3
12

Total........................

2 27

267

8.1

25

2

1

2
12

10
4

11
8

1

15

6
2
1

4
2
4

2
1
11

27
1
12

17
3
4

14
13

20
6

7
9

1
1

12

14

17

41

38

41

i Including 1 weekly pay roll.

45

17

2

*
1
17 1.061

2
2

%

4

11

16

34

47

Including 2 weekly pay rolls.

34

5

317




3
1

318

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
M A L E S —Concluded.

O
F
THE

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
75
ings
$1 $1.25 $1.50 $1. 75 $2 $2. 25 $2.50 $2. 75 $3 $3.25
per Un­ cts. and and and and
and and and and and ana $3.50
hour der
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
work­ 75 un­ der der der der der der der der
der der over.
cts. der
ed.
$1.25 $1.50 $1.75 $2. $2.25 $2.50 $2.75 $3. $3.25 $3.50
$1.

BULLETIN

District.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
hours
ber of ber of
estab­ em­ work­
4
5
6
7
8
10
9
11
ed Un­
lish­ ploy­
2
and and and and and and and and 1
per der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments ees.
week 4.
der der der der der der der der over.
day.
8.
5.
6.
7.
9.
10. 11. 12.

R O LLER S.
1
1

2

1
3

2.077
1.745
2.390

4
5
3

9
3
1

4
4
4

4

3

4

1

5

19

15

14

9

8

9.1

2
0

1
0

1.911

i Including 2 weekly pay rolls.

2
0

19

4

1
1
1

2

1

0

LABOR
STATISTICS,




138

1
6

9 .8 ..
9 .9 ..
6.2
127

$1,375
1.748

O
F

Total......................

1.
2.

BUREAU

8.9,
9. 7j

Eastern............................
Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................
Southern.........................
Pacific Coast................... .

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

IRON AND STEEL: SHEET MILLS.
MALES.
[Pay-roll period: Two weeks and one-half month.]

whose earnings per hour worked were—

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts. $1 $1.25
and and and.
un­ un­ over.
der
der
$1.25
SI.

STEEL:

L ABO R ER S.

8
1

7.9

17

9

West.........................

3

80

8.3

15

3

Total........................

6

161

8.1

32

12

3

r
!

Great Lakes and Middle

7

3

a

13

11

7
|
13

j

!

!
7

5

7

32

49

6[

12

14

10

Ifi SO 455
.
.466

8

70

2

11

19

21

26

.460

40

119

2

......

Pittsburgh...................... .
Great Lakes and Middle
West..............................

124

186

5.1

5
l

4.8

Total.......................

9
'

5.2

62

MILLS.

O PEN ERS.
18

$0.711 .

SHEET

^

Pittsburgh....................

|

AN
D

Employees
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
25
35
30
per Un­ and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­
work­ 25 der der der
cts. 30
35
ed.
40
cts. cts. cts.

IRON

District.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of
estab­ em­ work­
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
ed
2
lish­ ploy- per Un­ and and and and and and and and 1
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week 4.
der der der der der der der der over.
day.
12.
5.
6.
9.
11.
10.
7.
8.

*

.6321.
65

23

50

21
8

9.

.685,.

19

13

30

27

46

13

15

P IC K L E R S.
4

24

9.5

2

2

41

7.7

10

Total........................

6

65

8.4

1|
2




2

1

4

1

J

4

8 SO 662
.

1
2

1

5

5

3

8

3

5

1

6

5

7

10

7

13

.592

1
7

|

7

9

33

.550

2

1
1

6

2

40j

13

11

1

1

319

Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West..............................

320

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD AND LOCALITY—Continued.
M A LE S—Continued.

whose earnings per hour worked were—

40
45
50
60
70
and and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der der
45
50
60
70
80
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

80
90
and cts. $1
un­ and and $1.25
der un­ un­ and
der over.
90 der
cts. $1. $1.25

THE

SHE ARM EN ’ S H E L PER S.

171

Total......................

5.5

1
2

$0,632

7.1
4.6
56

2
2
2
2

.745
18

40

24

36

.705
70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

1
0

90
1 1 11.50 $1.75
cts. $ $ .25$]
and
and and un­ and and
un­ un­
un­
un­ der der der der
der
2
$ .25$:11.50 $1.75 $ .
1

$1
.

Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West..............................

5

124

5.0

48

5

15

30

21

5

$1,314

2

3

1

4

41

44

24

3

227

5.0

73

26

11

66

45

6

1.110

1

1

3

3

7

19

22

115

54

2

Total.......................

8

351

5.0

121

31

26

96

66

11

1.182

. 1

1

3

5

10

20

156

98

26

25

5

5

STATISTICS,

CATCH ER S.

$
2

and $2.25
un­ and
der over.
$2.25

LABOR

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

45

O
F

40
50
Un­ and and
der un­ un­
40 der der
cts. 50
60
cts. cts.




BUREAU

60

11
1

Pittsburgh......................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est.............................

O
F

Employees
Aver­
age
earn­
25
30
ings
35
per Un­ and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­
work­ 25 der der der
cts. 30
35
40
ed.
cts. cts. cts.

BULLETIN

District.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em­
4
5
7
9
1 1
0 1
ed Un­ and and and and and and and and 1
2
lish­ ploy­
per
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
der der der der der der der der over.
day.
7.
1 . 1. 1 .
0 1 2
5.

S S L fZ l

DOUBLERS.
Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West...............................

5

155

4.4

76

3

16

34

24

2

$1,019

2

5

9

25

31

66

16

3

210

3.9

105

20

15

53

16

1

.861

3

3

10

17

37

46

61

31

1

1

Total........................

8

365

4.1

181

23

31

87

40

3 ........|
........

.928

3

3

12

22

46

71

92

97

17

2

|

1

M ATCHERS.
Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est...............................

5
|

130

4.9

54

5

12

36

18

5

$1,045

1

1

9

26

22

46

24

3

193

4.5

67

34

17

58

14

3

.937

1

6

6

15

46

57

60

2

Total........................

8
|

323

4.6

121

39

29

94

32 .

8

.980

1

7

7

24

72

79

106

26

Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est...............................

5

132

4.6

57

11

15

27

18

4

2

1

5

11

69

37

6

3

182

5.1

51

23

12

59

33

4

3

Total........................

8

314

4.9

108

34

27

86

51

8

Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est...............................

4

71

4.3

39

12

20

3

132

5.1

32

31

8

34

25

2

Total........................

7

203

4.8

71

31

20

54

25

2
I

Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West...................... .

5

55

6.0

12

1

6

18

15

4

3

119

5.5

33

12

7

27

28

8

1

Total........................

8

175

5.6

45

13

13

45

12

1

Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West...............................

5

68

4.4

3S

1

9

lfll

1

3

150

4.8

47

27

9

35

28

4

.865

1

1

Total........................

8

218

4.7

85

28

18

54

29

4

.955

1

1

1

IRO
N

1

AN
D

P A IR H E A T E R S .
$1.170

1

8

11

28

40

74

1.053

2

3

6

9

11

33

51

143

46

9

8

6

16

5

12

16

6

.972

1

5

25

30

25

29

14

2

1

1.075

1

5

33

36

41

34

26

18

7

$1,503

1

2

1.550

1

2
1.534
1
.
SH E E T H E A T E R S ’ H E L P E R S .

2

2

4

9

4

11

34

42

4

11

38

51

39

1

R O LLER S’ H EL PE R S O R F IN IS H E R S .
$1.266

1

1

1

1

SH E A R M E N .

2

$1,152

8

1

6

21

16

1

3

4

23

30

29

9

8

12

11

5

23

36

50

25

9

12

7

24

17

6

1

32

23

2

47

19

6

1

321




43

1

MILLS.

4

9

SHEET

3

STEEL:

.968

2

322

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOUBS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
H A L E S—Concluded.

40

2

21

32

19l

5

82.60S

3

153

6.0

21

15

9

63

38|

7

2.550

8

272

5.7

61

17

30

95

57

12

2.575

1

5

128

5.1

50

4

14

28

25

7

$1.476

3

171

5.6

33

21

15

56

42

.4

1.180

5

8

299

5.4

83

25

29

84

67

11 ........|.—

1.307

5

24

111

Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West...............................

5

125

4.9

53

8

15

26

16

7

$1,979

3

138

6.1

21

13

4

57

36

7

1.786

Total........................

8

263

5,5

74

21

19

83

52

14

1,878

8

5.3

2

4

2

2

1

2

5

13

26

20

23

16

8

6

21

41

43

24

3

3

8

34

67

63

47

19

U

10

1

2

6

11

5

19

44

44

13

19

92
90

52

13

2

5

20

29

48

20

1

4

12

48

49

15

7

2

1

6

17

68

78

63

27

3

1

4

4

O
F

Total..................

1

BUREAU

5.3

THE

119

3
3

5

O
F

RO LLER S.
Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
W e s t .,, ,.. ....................

BULLETIN

District.

Employees whose average hourg worked per week
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
day for the pay-roll period were-^
Aver­
Aver­
age
age
Num­ Num­
earn
­
ber of ber of hours
75
ings
11
5
9
4
6
estab­ em­ work­
8
$1 $1.25 $1.50 $1.75 $2 $2.25 $2.50 $2.75 $3 $3.25
7
10
per Un­ cts. and and and and and and and and and and $3.50
ed Un­ and and and and
2 hour der and
lish­ ployand and and and 1
per der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
ments
un­ un­ un­ un­ Un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
un­ un­ and
w eek
4.
der der der der der der der der over. work­ 75 un­ der der der der der der der der der der o v e r .
day.
cts, der $1.25 $1.50 $1.75 *2. $2.25 $2.50 $2.75 13. $3.25 $3.50
ed.
5.
6.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.
7.
H.

R O U G H E R S.

SH E ET H E A T E R S .

SHE]ET HEAT ERS, L E 1
FEL-H AN D ED ,
Pittsburgh........................




2J

$1,851

STATISTICS,

T o ta l,.,,,,

LABOR

Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West.
.........

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

IRON AND STEEL: TIN-PLATE MILLS.
MALES.
[Pay-roll period: Two weeks and one-half month.]
Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—

Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
• W e s t .,. ..,....................

2

9

6.9

1

16

6.5

1

Total........................

3

25

6.7

1

3

3

5

1

1

14
14

$0,607

1
1

1
5

2

2
1

1

4

12

2

2

3

12

2

1

1.145
4

.951

1

1

s t e e l : t i n - plate

ASSO R TEB3,

AN
D

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
Num­ hours
earn­
ber of
80
25
35
40
45
60
70
90
ings
50
80
em­ work­
4
5
6
8
9
11
7
cts. $1
un­
per
ed U n ­ and and and and and and 10
ploy­
2 hour der ana and and and and and and and and and and $1.25
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
per der un- un­ un* nn. un* uni and and 1
ees.
un­ and
un­ un­ and
week 4. ■der der der der der der der der over. work­ 25 der der der der der der der der der un­ der over.
45
70
80
90 der $1.25
cts. 30
35
60
day.
40
50
ed.
6.
5.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
7.
cts. cts. ets. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1.

IRO
N

District.

Num­
ber of
3Stablishments

Aver­
age

BR A N N E R S.
2

18

6.2

1

7

10.1

Total. , ....................

3

25

7.3

7

2

1

1

4 $0,373

3
2

7

2

1

1

3

4

1

2

4

1

4

14
7

.472
4

.401

m il l s .

Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West...............................

14

7

4

L A B O R E R S.
2

235

8.2

41

2

117

8.4

13

Total........................

4

352

8.3

54




12

8

18

20

33

20

27

15

8

12

7

16

10

30

8

16

9

.440

10

25

3cj

43

50

35

31

50

,460

41 $0,470

7
60

51

6
1

209

6

67

260

19

19

|
I

323

Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West...............................

324

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
M A LE S—Continued.
whose earnings per hour worked were—

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
50
60
70
80
and and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der der
50
60
70
80
90
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1.

$1
and $1.25
un­ and
der over.
$1.25

THE

OPENERS.
3

96

1

44

4.6
6.8

2

Total.......................

4

140

5.3

17

15

53

13

14

$0,776

1

4
53

15

19

17

29

20

.802

1

1

4

4

1

36

34

5

3

6

16

16

2

5

1

12

1

.857

4

15

42

50

21

5

7

6

4

2

70

25

3

2

26

5.4

8

1

3

4

6

$0,581

4

3

4

LABOR

Pittsburgh........................

O
F

R IS E R S .

S C R EW BOIr s .
225

5.5

Total.......................

332

5.1

$0,862

4.

107

118

66

.840
SH E ARM EN ’ S H ELPE R S.

Pittsburgh.......................
Great Lakes and Middle
West..............................

5.3

$0,476

7.2

.566

Total....................

6.4




38

.793
35

6
6

124

STATISTICS.

Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West..............................

BUREAU

Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West...............................

O
F

Employees
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
30
25
35
per Un­ and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­
work­ 25 der der der
ed.
cts. 30
35
40
cts. cts. cts.

BULLETIN

District.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—>
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of
work­
11
estab­ em­
9
4
5
6
10
7
8
ed Un­
lish­ ploy­
2
and and and and and and and and 1
per der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments ees.
week
der der der der der der der der over.
4.
day.
6.
9.
10. 11. 12.
5.
7.
8.

District.

Num­ Num­
ber of ber of
estab­ emlish­ ploy*
ments

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
hours
work­
9
10
11
5
6
7
8
4
ed Un­ and and
1
2
per der un­ un­ and and and and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
week
4. der der der der der der der der over
day.
5.
9.
10. 11. 12.
7.
6.
8.

Employees
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
40
50
60
per Un­ and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­
work­ 40 der der der
ed.
cts. 50
60
70
cts. cts. cts.

whose earnings per hour worked were—

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

90
$ $1.25 $1.50 $1.75
1
and cts. and and and and
un­ and un­ un­
un­
der un­ der der
as? der
90 der $1.25 $1.50 $1.75 $ .
2
cts. $ .
1

$
2

and $2.25
un­ and
der over.
$2.25

IK N
O

CATCH ERS.
302

4*8

84

29

51

113

3

105

5 .9
|

ll|

10

11

49

24

Total........................

7

407

5.1

95

39

62

162

1

25

49

-------

6

1.066
1.005

7

33

54

37

94

46

7

15

54

25

1

34

61

52

148

71

1

2

1

33

32
2

1

2

D O U B L E R S.
Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West...............................

3

99

5.6

19

4

6

48

22

$1,567

3

86

6.3

6

2

4

43

31

1.452

Total........................

6

185

5.9

25

6

10

91

53

..................
1

1.514

1

1

2

41

28

35

‘3

12

2

19
41
60

76

31

5

-------

D O U B L E R S ’ H E L P E R S.
Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est...............................

4

191

4.5

59

24

39

58

11

$0,839

13

22

23

10

34

53

31

3

93

6,1

9

2

2

48

32

.796

1

5

10

27

38

9

3

Total........................

7

284

5.1

68

26

41

106

43

.825

14

27

33

37

72

62

34

5

1

1

8

13

37

65

13

2

3

6

2

15

40

71

15

MILLS.

6
6

1

TIN-PLATE

$0,983

STEEL:

4

AN
D

Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
W est...............................

-------

D O U BLER S, L E V E L -H A N D E D .
139

5.2

29

14

44

52

1

13

6.0

1

2

1

7

2

1.030

Total........................

4

152

5.3

30

1
G

45

59

2

1.039




$1,040

|
1

1

8

1

1

325

Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West...............................

326

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION CF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY— Continue^
M A L E S— Continued.

Aver­

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

age

earn*

4
5
7
11
8
9
6
10
per
and 1
2 H r Un­
ou
per Un­ and and and and and and and
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and work­ der
week 4.
40
der der der der der der der der over.
day.
ed.
5.
8.
6.
7.
9.
10. 1 1 . 12 .

ed

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

HEATERS.

BUBEAU

76

6.0

$1,698

5.9

Pittsburgh....................
Great 3^kes and Middle

THE

60
70
80
90
50
$ $1.25 $1.50] $1.75
1
and and and and cts. and and and and
and $2.25
un­ un­ un­ un­ and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
der der der der un­
der der der der der over.
6 70 80 90 der
Q
$1.50 $1.75 $ . $2.25
2
cts. cts. cts. cts. $ . •1.25]
1

O
F

Num- Num­
berof ber of
estabr em­
lish* ploy*
ments

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—

BULLETIN

District.

Aver­
age
hours
work­

1.542

Total..

O
F

Pittsburgh. , .................
Great Lakes and Middle
W e s t..,..................

82

5.0

20

10

7

35

3

41

5.6

5

5

2

19

5

123

5.2

25

15

9

54

19

|

4

5

42

i

3

3

5

7

22

1-112

1

1

.957

10 .......

9

i

3

4

9

12

64

28j

1

1

9

17

93

49

1

53

54

8

1

9

17

146

103

$1.190

1

28

,
1
1

HEATERS , LE V E L-H A N D E D .
Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West...............................
Total........................




4

170

2
a

27

16

53

I

74

5

115
m

5.2

5,7

4

3
___ 1

63

40

32

20

56j

137

f 1.1§3

1

40

1 WO
hm

I

I

I

9
^
1

1

STATISTICS,

Total........................

2

LABOE

HEATERS’ HELPERS.

REDIPPERS.
Pittsburgh........................

1

13

6.1

2

5

3

3

1

4

5

3

8

$1,309

49

56

R O L L E R S, L E V E L -H A N D E D .
3

Total........................

121

4.9

2

21

5.2

6

2

5

142

4.9

20

55

14

53

$1,505

I

8

1
9

4

1.381

2

5

7

5

2

53

10

4

1.487

2

13

56

61

10

14

AN
D

53

IRO
N

Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West...............................

R O U G H E R S.
4

272

4.9

76

36

50

86

3

99

6.0

11

4

9

44

31

Total........................

7

371

5,1

87

40

59

130

1

24

21

28

80

104

3

12

62

1$

4

13

24

40

143J 12^

18

1

12

$1,163

1

13

1.15$
1.162

|

1

12

STEEL.: TIN-PLATE

Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West...............................

SHEARM EN.
3

53
24

4,1
6.3 1

22

2

Total........................

5

77

4.8

26

1

22

$1,376

22

6

1

5

4

7

1.412

a

11

0

7

1.388

1

3 $1,001

5

14

16

18

2

J

2

4

4

7

10

s
21

1

I

2

21

26

30

37

45

75

23

6

15

42

43

60

117

1

1

1

1

2

TINNERS
Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West...............................

3

255

6 .2

37

44

8

22

86

49

2

76

5.8

20

10

2

3

28

13

Total........................

5

331

6.1

57

54

10

25

114

62

1




1

4

8

16

1.119
1

1

4

3

1.028

5

8

16

30

-

9

9

2

2

32

9.

11

2

M II^ S ,

Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West...............................

328

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
M A L E S—Concluded.

8
.

1.
1

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

7 1
5
5 l.S .7 2 2 5$ .5 2 5 3 3 5
O$
cts. $ Sl.2 L d 1 5 $d $ .2 2 0$ .7 $ $ .2 .5
d
an and an an and an and and and and an­ $3 0
d un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ u d and
n
un­ der
der der
der
der $ .2 der der der $2 5$2 der der $3 der over.
1 0$ .7 2
1 5$ .5 1 5 $ . .2 .50$ .7 $ . .25$ .5
25 3
30
$.
1

THE

R O LL E R S.
3

157

5.7

23

14

17

82

20

3

88

6.3

4

4

4

54

22

Total........................

6

245

5.9

27

18

21

136

42

$2,355

1

2.264
1

2.322

4

1

6

7

5

12

18

44

47

14

3

1

7

2

11

23

32

15

3

1

6

23

41

76

62

17

4

2

2

O
F
LABOR
STATISTICS.




1

BUREAU

Pittsburgh........................
Great Lakes and Middle
West...............................

O
F

7
.

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per Un­
hour der
work­ 7
5
ed.
cts.

BULLETIN

District.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
estab­ em­
4 5 6 7 8 9 1 1
0 1
lish­ ploy- ed
Un­ and and an an an an
1
2
d d d d d
per der u ­ u ­ u ­ u ­ u ­ u ­ an and and
n n n n n n u ­ un­
n
ments
week
er
er
4 der der der d der der d der over.
.
day.
1.
2
5 6
. .
9 1.
. 0

FEMALES.

District.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
hours
ber of ber of
estab­ em­ work­
10
4
7
8
9
5
11
6
ed
lish­ ploy­
and and and and and and and and 1
2
per Un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments ees.
der
week 4.
der der der der der der der der over.
day.
10. 11. 12.
7.
8.
9.
5.
6.

Employees
Aver­
age
earn­
30
35
ings
25
per Un­ and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­
work­ 25 der der der
35
40
ed.
cts. 30
cts. cts. cts.

whose earnings per hour worked were—

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and.
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1.

$1
and $1.25
un­ and
der over.
$1.25

W
0

ASSOBTEBS.
>

Sj
z

Pittsburgh .....................

4

148

6.2

19

7J

8

53

60

1

$0,409

4

5

3l| 103

2

3
ui

H
a
H
F

O P EN ER S.
Pittsburgh......................




2

11

4.3

2

7

I

1

$0,552

3

2

2

2

1

1

H
ii
—
1

h
j
£
g

Co

K
>
S
0

330

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

LEATHER: HEAVY UPPER.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

19

16
9
4

11
1

2
2

2

12

4

2

4

8

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
$
1
and and
un­
over.
der
n.

BXTBEAU

BEAM H A N P S.

35
8.9
23
6.9
11 : 9.7
10
9.3
9
9.3

1
2

3

88

8.6

Two weeks:
Wisconsin..................
Other States.............

3
1

15
4

4

19

1

8.9

Grand total............




15

107

8.0

4

6
3
6

5
5

26

30

14

3
3

7

7

3

15
9

2

9.3
7.6

Total........................

2

2

2

9

a
i
1
3

1

3

3

4

a
9

7
37

17

1

.542

’

i

4

,584

5

i

29

34

8

6

.495
1

” 2’
4

6

.471
.588

3

32

1

$0.501
.625
.665
.390
,511

‘

2

4
3

1
%

8
e

8

7

2

9

31

41

14

STATISTICS,

11

Total.. . .

2

15

2

1

LABOE

2
2
2
2
3

O
F

One week:
Illinois........................
Massachusetts
New Jersey.................
New Y ork.-- Other States.

THE

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
20
per Un­ and
hour der un­
work­ 2
0 der
cts. 25
ed.
cts.

O
F

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber hours
ber
of work­
of
Pay-roll period and lo­
11
5
6
7
9
4
8
10
ed
estab­ em­
cality.
Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
lish­ ploy­ per der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments ees. week
4.
der der der der der der der der over.
day.
9.
10. 11. 12.
5.
6.
7.
8.

BULLETIN

MALES.

BUFFERS.
3ne week:
I M ........................
Massachusetts. . .
New Y o r k .............
Other (States
.. .
Y o ta l..................
rwo weeks:
All States
Grand total...........

2
2
2
1

23
6
7
2

7

38
91

8.6
8.3

10

129

16

2

2

3
2

11

6

' .582

3

3

21

25

11

32

17

32

2

1

1

5
5
1

1

17

3

4

9

4

4

4

IQ

21

7

7.6

3

<0-590
.9.48
.489
.513

1

4
2

16

7.1
7.8
8.2
9.8

1

36

2

1

3

.515

2

5
2

1

.535

1

2

1

5

2

1

2

5

2

1

2

10

3

78

13

99

1

8
5
4
5 "Y

23
1
21

26

2

31

1

2

31

1

3

FIN ISH E RS.
One week:
tfew York..................
Othjer States....... .......
TotaJ. ......................

2
2
4
8 ;

38
10
91

9.7
9.2
7.0

8

13

17

139

7.9

8

13

17

1

1

1
i
12

13
1
41

4
6

10
J

5

14

55

10

11

5

4 $0.505
1
,414
.668
5

f

2

62

10.4

1

Grand total...........

10

201

8.6

9

1
13

17

1

3

10

25

21

2

15

58

20

36

26

8

17

8

45

?7

25

24

12

18

33

69

39

2

1

2
2
41

4

2

2

10

24

1

26

3

26

3

=====

=

.536
5

1

1

.605
=

Two weeks:
AIJ States..................

1
5
2

.584

8

=====

F LE SH ER S A N D U N H A IR E R S.
!

One week:
Illinois........................
New Jersey................
New York..................
Other States..............

2
2
2
4

26
10
7
80

8.7
9.7
9.6
6.9

Total.......................

10

123

7.7

Two weeks:
Wisconsin..................
Other States..............

3
1

36
1

9.1
8.0

Total.......................

4

37

14

100

8.0




12

12
6
5
7

4
1
2

5

5

6

18

14

23

5

5

6

18

16

35

30

7

2
1

18

10.476
.601
,442
1
........ .621

13

2

9.1

Grand total...........

2

1

2
5

7

1
6

19

3
16

18
48

20

.579

1*

.563

1

32

45

14

15

16
1

2

3

.509
1

3
3

3

2

.508
.556

13

38

1

26
2

2

15

17

2

4

47

62

16

332

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALE S—Continued,

whose earnings per hour worked were—

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

5
6

8

4

2

2

1

1

5

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
1
and $
un­ and
der over.
$1.

4

2
22

4
2

1

6

24

6

1

6

1

THE

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

O
F

Employees
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
20
25
30
per Un­ and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­
work­ 2
0 der der der
ed. cts. 25
30
35
cts. cts. cts.

BULLETIN

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber hours
ber
work­
of
of
Pay-roll period and lo­
9
7
10
11
5
6
8
4
estab­ em­
ed Un­ and and and and and and and and
cality.
1
2
lish­ ploy­ per der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments ees. week
der der der der der der der der over.
4.
day.
9.
10. 11. 12.
5.
6.
7.
8.

GLAZER S.

12
7
4

6
2
2

$0.445
.587
.717

2

4

7

23

10

.607

2

11

9

5

7

2

5

6

13
1

4

.430
.633

1

1

8

11

6

6

1

2 .......

5

6

14

4

.436

1

1

8

11

6

6

1

2

2

12

29

24

4

.552

1

3

19

20

11

13

7

24

1

15

29

108

106

24
1
30

22
16
64

29
42
27

7
5
4

1

4

75

46

22

3

1

84

210

173

62

23

3

5

...........

8

71

5.7

26

1

Two weeks:
Wisconsin
. .
Other States..............

2
1

33
1

8.2
9.7

2

1

Total.......................

3

34

8.3

2

11

105

6.5

28

Grand total

4

1

L ABO R ER S, ALL D E P A R T M E N T S .
One week:
.......
Illinois
Massachusetts
New Jersey................
New York.
. .
Other States..............
Total

..................




2
2
2
2
3
11

296 . 8.0
25
7.9 . . . . .
51
88
9.9
64
9.5
12
293
8.5
792

8.5

39

9
1
1

3
1

30
4

2

3

1
13

13

7

48

15
18
1
6
19

109
22
17
4
137

88
5
11
23
92

59

289

219

11
32
24
12

6
10
5
3

79 I 24

$0,437
.614
14
.441
1
.368
.513

3

7
37
26

.472

8

85

15

io*
23
139

4

STATISTICS.

23

LABOE

1
2
4

7.8
8.1
3.6

O
F

1
3

23
12
36

Total

3

1

2
2
4

BTJBEAU

One week:
...........
Illinois
New York..................
Other States..............

Two weeks:
Wisconsin..................
Other States..............

3
1

504
39

9.3
6.6

27
6

12
1

3
3

8
5

Total........................

4

543

9.1

33

13

6

Grand total............

15

1,335

8.7

72

26

13

54
17

164

221

7

1

.412
.585

7

35

134
2

119
1

146

61
23

2
11

1

1

13

14 ) 71

164

221

7

1

.424

7

35

136

120

146

84

13

1

1

61

73

383

300

31

16

.452

15

120

220

330

285

257

75

24

4

4

1

20

4

1

20

7
7

360

5

P U T T E R S -O U T , H AN D .
1
4

40

7.3

3

40

8.6

1

Total.......................

7

80

7.9

1

20

14

3

5

6

4

13

5

9

10

.492

4

2

15

19

22

2

1

2

2

14

19

12

10

.579

4

7

21

23

$0.666

P U T T E R S -O U T , M A CH IN E.
One week:
New York..................
Other States..............

2
4

11
15

8.2
7.5

1

1
1

1
3

2
1

2
4

3
4

2

1

Total........................

6

26

7.8

1

1

2

4

3

6

7

2

2

7

6

8

.411

1

1

2

4

5

13

13

10

Two weeks:
All States..

23

9.2

9

49

8.4

1

1
3

3
1

3'
1

2

4
3

4

.462

1

4

4

4

2

7

4

8

4

1

9

1

.438

1

12

8

5

11

8

4

$0,601
.672
.305
.392
.532

31
22
2

6
32

4

18

.502

55

38

4

38

4

upper.

3

Grand total............

$0.433
.484

SEASONERS.

2
2
2
2
3

57
66
72
29
18

8.3
7.0
9.1
8.0
8.6

2
5
2

2

Total........................

11

242

8.2

9

2

9

3

49

8.3

1

1

1

14

291

8.2

10

2

10

21

Two weeks:
All States ..

. . .

Grand to t a l..........




2
2
5

4

44
3
5
9
9

3
13
9

70

29

9

27

'5 |

59

97

34

3
14
2
1

3
43

20

50

4

1
........
50

51

1

1

1

1

5
56

7
15
1

1

1

1

4
13
1 .....

30
13

3
5

1
3
3

2

7
13

18

23

44

9

8

7

36

3

5

9

31

1

18

23

44

12

13

16

67

56

.506
1

1

.503

333

One week:
Illinois........................
Massachusetts .........
New Jersey................
New York.......
Other States.............

l e a t h e r : heavy

One week:
All States...................
Two weeks:
All States..................

34
3

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERJOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts*

90
cts.
I
and S
un­ and
over.
der
$1.

7.7
7.1
8.8
8.3
8.0

2

Total........................

11

120

7.9

2

3

4

Two weeks:
Wisconsin....... .
Other States. . . . ___

3
1

70
2

8.4
8.6

3

3

2

Total.......................

4

72

8.4

3

Grand total...........

15

192

8.1

5

1
1
i

2
1
1

3
4
1

26
2
1
5

15
4
21
3
3

4
2

8

34

46

13

1

4

14
2

43

16

43

62

56

.
3

2

1

4

6

6

9

38

7

2

10

4
2

1
1
3
1

6
1
8

.....

15
1
1
3
4

2
15

1
4

2

1
5

1

29
1

8

$0,564
.958
.673
1
.476
.573 ...... i.......
1
.713

10

6

6

21

24

17

5

3

30

6

3

13

46

3

30

.506
.651
.510

2

6

8

13

46

2

.686

10

2

2

14

9

19

67

26

17

5

2

S O R T E R S AND M E A S U R E R S .
One week:
Massachusetts...........
Other States..............
T o ta l.....................




2
3

66
9

8.2
9-1

4

5 j

75

8.3

4

16
1

39
4

5
2

29
2

5
4

10
1

17
1

2
1

2

I

1 $0.454
.462

1

1

17

43

7

X

2

1

31

9

11

18

3

1

i

1

•455

STATISTICS.

28
37
36
9
10

LABOR

2
2
2
2
3

O
F

One week:
Illinois......................
Massachusetts. . . . . . .
New Jersey................
New York..................
Other States.............

BUBEAU

SH A V E R S.

THE

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
20
per Un- and
hour der un­
work- 2 der
0
cts. 25
cts.

BULLETIN

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
AyerNum­ Num­ age
ber hours
ber
of
of work­
Pay-roll period and lo­
11
4
5
9
7
10
8
estab­ em­
ed Un­ and and 6
cality.
and
2
lish­ ploy­ per der un­ un­ and and and un­ and and 1
un­ un­ un­
un­ un­ and
ments ees. week
der der der der der der der der over.
4.
day.
9.
5.
6.
7.
8.
10. 11. 12.

Two weeks:
1

3
1

19
11

10,1
5.9

3

2

Total.......................

4

30

8.5

3

2

3

Grand total............

9

105

8.4

3

2

7

1

2

7

18

45

14

5

1
4

2

4

5

5

2

13

16

23

5

1

1
1

5

2

6
10
1
3 ” 2*
2

15

2
2
1
1

5

16

8

2

20

6

•537
.710

6
i

10

2

3

i

0

U

36

10
1

1

•543

1

9

11

3$

11

1

•§43

1

6

22

19

38

31

7

6
7
1

24
4
3
1

3

1
2
2

U

3
89

1
11

2

.397
.525

1

13

4

10

2

.444

1

13

11

4

.452

1

44

1

2

SPUTTERS.

2
2
2
4

27
6
7
20

7.3
8.0
8.5
8.6

a

Total*..................

10

60

8.0

5

Two weeks:
W isconsin...............
Other States.............

3
1

64
2

8-6
8.0

Total. ......................

4

66

Grand total............

14

126

1

2

%

1

11
1
§
14

1
2

29

6
3

3

1

i

i
l

3

2

%

4

i

8

3
1

8.6

i

8

4

n

29

1

8.3

a

10

8

m

58

$0,491
.701

4

3

2

1

3

22
1

3
1

.591

1

*541

20

2

2

2

july&h

One week:
Illinois
.,
New Jersey .............
New York............
Other States *.

S T A K E R S , T A C K E R S , AN D ST R E T C H E R S , H A N D .
One week:
Illinois........................
New Jersey................
New York..................
other States..............

2
2
2
4

32
29
22
73

6.5
8.9
7.4
9.2

2

Total........................

10

156

8.4

4

9

Two weeks:
Wisconsin................
Other States..............

3
1

153
11

7.7
7.8

27

Grand total




.........

$0.663
.577

3
1
2
1

21
2
11
5

15
1
28

98

9

.472

1

fl
18

1

7

39

44

34

18

.535

1

94

42

5

37

32

15

3

7

7
1

11
1

23
9

29

43

3

.483
.695

18

15

6

13

19

54

23
4

5
7

6
1
2

1

1
5

9

.503

4

164

7.7

27

B

7

8

12

32

29

43

3

.497

18

16

6

13

19

H

37

12

14

320

8.0

31

12

8

15

51

76 ~63

61

3

.516

18

16

30

55

24

91

59

27

£gg

Total:......................

2

336

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Concluded.

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
20
per Un­ and
hour der un­
work­ 2
0 der
ed. cts. 25
cts.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

$0.513
.741
.436
.537

1
1
1
3

4

34
1
2
16

2

4
3

4

1

1

.566

7

5

5

53

6

23

1

4

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
1
and $
un­ and
over.
der
*11.

THE

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

O
F

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

BULLETIN

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber hours
ber
of work­
Pay-roll period and lo­
of
9
11
4
5
6
7
8
10
estab­ em­
ed Un­ and
cality.
and and and and and and and 1
2
lish­ ploy­ per
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments ees. week
der der der der der der der der over.
4.
day.
9.
5.
6.
7.
8.
10. 11. 12.

S T A K E R S , M A C H IN E .

6.6
6.2
8.6
8,4

6

T o ta l.....................

10

100

7.3

6

Two weeks:
Wisconsin ................
Other States ...........

3
1

41
9

8.6
7.1

Total.......................

4

50

Grand total............

14

150

2
1

10

3
11

12
"Y

13
2
1
16

7
9

1

11

16

15

32

16

2
1

1
1

3

7
1

20
6

8

.542
.691

1

2

4

31
1

3
4

8.4

3

2

3

8

26

8

.568

1

2

4

32

7

4

7.6

9

13

19

23

58

24

.567

8

7

9

85

13

27

$0,417

2

3

____
3

1

1

FEMALES.




........

2

3

8.8

1

2

1

LABOR

2

F IN ISH ER S.

One week:
All States

22

1

1

STATISTICS,

37
24
11
28

O
F

2
2
2
4

BUREAU

One week:
Illinois........................
Massachusetts...........
New Y o r k ................
Other States..............

GLAZERS.

Total

.................

8

7.7

1

2

1

56

7.6

2

5

8

17

1

3

64

7,6

3

5

8

18

$0.378

1

2

2

23

1

.303

26

21

9

29

1

.312

27

23

6

2

1

11

2

1

L AB O R ER S.

2
4

37
20

7.5
6.8

3
3

1

T o ta l......................

6

57

7.2

6

Two weeks:
All States .................

1

109

7.8

Grand total

7

166

7.6

....

2
2

2
3

7
5

15

1

4

5

12

15

4

6

4

6

17

69

10

7

8

11

29

84

7
7

$0.299
.243

1

1
2

14

.279

1

12

36

3

1

3

1

3

.268

4

18

67

6

9

4

1

17

.272

5

30

103 ,

9

10

7

I

1

12

31
5

3

1

2

1

h eavy

One week:
Illinois
..................
Other States.............

SEASO N ERS.

2
2

34
2

7.9
8.3

2

1

2

6
1

5

18
1

$0,381
.445

9
1

1

13

6

1

4

Total.......................

4

3S

7.9

2

1

2

7

5

19

.384

10

1

13

6

1

4

.329

17

8

15

4

19

.354

27

9

28

10

1

5

7

1

2

45

7.4

3

3

1

5

6

27

Grand total............

6

81

7.6

5

3

2

7

13

32

1
1

u p p er.

One week:
Illinois........................
Other States..............

Two weeks:
All States ................

le a th e r :

124793°— 20----------22

One week:
All States...................
Two weeks:
All States ................

1
1

SETTLERS.
Two weeks:
All States

1

8

8.2 j

1

6

1

$0,312

1
1

1

|
'

l

337




...........

338

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES— Concluded.

whose earnings per hour worked were—

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
9Q
cts.

90
cts.
$
1
and and
un­
aver.
der
$1.

TKE

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

O
F

Employees
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
20
30
25
per Un­ and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­
work­ •0 der der der
2
ed. cts. 25
B
O 35
cts. cts. cts.

BULLETIN

Employees whose average hours wor^ecj. pep week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber
ber hours
Payroll period and lo­
of
Qf work­
5
9
6
8
7
11
10
estab­ em­
ed Un­ 4 and
cality.
and
2
lish­ ploy­
per der un­ un­ arjd and and and and and 1
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments ees. week 4.
der der der der der der der der over.
day.
5.
8.
9.
6. '7.
JO 11. 12.
.

SO R TE RS ANJ> M E A S U R E R S .

BtJBfiAU

.1

2

8.8

.-$0,283

2

2

5

6.6

1

1

2

1

.266

4

1

Total.......................

3

7

7.3

1

1

4

1

.271

6

1

$0,329

7

1
1

2

*

STAKERS.

One week:
' All States




.............

2

25

8.1

1

1

1

3

14

6

5

2

OS’ LABOR- STATISTICS.

One week:
All States...................
Two weeks:
All States..................

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY-Continued.

LEATHER? LIGHT UPPER.
MALES.
[Pay-roll period: One week.]

Locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber
ber hours
of
of
work­
7
9
5
6
8
11
IQ
4
estab­ em­
ed Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
lish­ ploy­
per
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments ees. week
der der der der der der der de? over.
day. 4.
7.
8.
9.
5.
6.
10. 11. 12.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
80
70
ings
20
25
60
30
35
90
40
45
50
per Un­ and and and and and and and and and and Cts. $
1
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and and
work­ 2
0 der der der der der der der der der der un­ over.
35
45
50
70
80
90 der
30
40
60
ots. 25
ed.
cts. cts. cts. cts, cts. cts, cts. cts, cts, Cts, *1.

LIGHT

BUFFERS,

Total......................

2
1

4
3

6.2
7.8

3

7

6.9

1

1
1

1
1

1

[

2
2
4

I

!
$Q,S16
Other States
.575

1

I
1

1

1
1

1

2

1

2

4
33
29
6

1
25
1

72

27

1
1

.598

UPPER.

Massachusetts..................
....................

F LESH ER S A N D U N H A IR E R S.
Massachusetts..................
New Jersey.. , , ................
Pennsylvania...................
Other States......................
Total.......................

9
34
54
27

6,9
7.7
8.4
6.1

4

8

1

1

10

124

7.6

6

16

3

2

1
1

8

1
1

.....

2
2

5
11
53
13

4

82

2

9

2

9

$0,675
.540
,618
.457
.566 j

6

6

8

6

6

8

3

2

3

2

339




2
2
4
2

340

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Concluded.

Locality.

whose earnings per hour worked were—

35
40
45
50
60
70
80
90
and and and and and and and cts.
1
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and $ '
der der der der der der der un­ and
over.
40
50
45
60
70
80
90 der
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. *1.

GLAZEBS.
Delaware
Massachusetts..
New Jersey

__-

Total.......................

23

2
2
2
4

32
17
50
172

6.3.
7.4
8.3
8.1

1
1

10

271

7.9

2

2

4

1
2
8

2

27

11

2
3
3
7

7
12
24
151

15

194

$0.750
.605
.768
.808
Pennsylvania

20
20

.781

1
1

1

1

1
5

1

1

6

8
9
2
33

11
1
33
42

15
62

33

2

52

87

86

35

2

9

2

O L B R STATISTICS,
F AO

LABO R ER S, ALL D E P A R T M E N T S .
Delaware...........................
Massachusetts. . .
__
New Jersey ..................
Pennsylvania
Other States..................
Total

.............

2
3
2
4
1

77
189
143
306
36

7.8
7.7
7.4
8.1
8.0

5
8
13
3

4
5

2
4
4
1

4
6
17
4

2
7
16
18
1

54
156
55
270
35

9
2
23
5

1
5
6

1
5

12

751

7.9

29

9

11

31

.44

570

39

12

6

$0,521
.483
.472
.566
.458

5
2
1

1
4
15
3

6
15
4
10

16
20
18
23
4

1
29
42
22
25

26
113
57
192
7

24
1
2
3
20 *"*8

2
27

.517

8

23

35

81

119

395

48

10

32

4

2

2
7

2

3

9

2

3

P U T TE B S-O U T, M A C H IN E .
Delaware
..................
Massachusetts..................
New Jersey
Pennsylvania...................

2
3
2
3

53
19
19
32

5.9
7.7
6.7
8.2

3
1
2

Total.......................

10

123

7.5

6




3

10

1

1
1

4

12

2
1
1
4

7
2
10
19

26
14
4
31

2
1

75

3

$0.407
.538
.625
.451

1

.472

1

18

17

1
2

3

1
10

11
3
3
9

1
14
3
8

7

21

28

26

26

O. T E B B A
F H
UEU

Employees
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
20
25
30
per Un­ and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­
work- 2
0 der der der
30
cts. 25
35
cts. cts. cts.

B JIiL T
X E IN

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of
work­
4
5
6
estab­ em­
10
11
7
8
9
ed Un­ and and and and and and and and 1
lish­ ploy­
2
per der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments ees.
week 4.
der der der der der der der der over,
day.
5.
6.
8.
9.
10. 11.
12.
7.

1

i

SEASONERS.
Massachusetts
Pennsylvania.
Other States..

2
2
2

12
27
20

4.6
8.2
7.4 .

Total.. .

6

59

7.2

$0.778
.539
.378

2
2

.533
S H A V E R S.

2
2
2
4

22
6
14
17

7.1
8.0
3.8
8.2

Total...

10

59

6.7

3

1

1
3

7
2
5
13

4
2
1

1

4
3

27

7

1

7

42

9

2

5

9

.648

35

4
1

$0.508
.722
.749
.721

34

S T A K E R S , H AN D A N D K N E E .
Delaware.......
Massachusetts
Pennsylvania.
Other States..

3.0
7.2

$0,673
.632
.678
.456

8.1
8.0
11
0

Total.. -

2
1

6
6

.658

S T A K E R S , M A C H IN E .
Delaware.......
Massachusetts.
New Jersey. . .
Pennsylvania.
Other States.

2
3
2
3
1

16
22
43
94
14

5.9
7.4
7.5
8.0
8.0

T otal...

11

189

7.6

6
1 .
3 .
5

$0,750
.606
.675
.675
.499

15

151

16

.660

LEATHER: LIG T UPPER.
H

Delaware.......
Massachusetts
New Jersey...
Pennsylvania.

84

T R IM M E R S .
2
2
2
2

31
9
25
10

8.0
8.5
8.3
7.4

1
2

25

$0,518

1

25
8

.705
.501

T otal...

8

75

8.1

4

58




16

19

14
2
6

1
2
19

3

22

22

3

341

Delaware........
New Jersey.. Pennsylvania.
Other States. -

342

AYERAGE a n d CLASSIFIED HOURS w o r k e d PER w e e k p a y AND EARNINGS p e r HOUR WORKED, BY SEX ANP
OCCUPATION OP EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, ANP LOCALITY—Contipued.
FEMALES.

Locality.

G L A ZE R S.
...........
.........
......

Total

2
2
2

108
12
9

................

Delaware ..
fjpw .Tarsfiv
Other States

6

129 ~ 8

5.6
6.8
8.0

4
1
5

14

82

1
6

7

5
82

5

7

$0,381
.414
.466

16

^,390

9

15

9

14

15

15

28
6

16
2

11
3

2
1
7

12

34

18

14

10

12

1

1

I

1

2
9

17

IR O N ER S.
Delaware
Massachusetts
...........
New Jersey..
...........
Ot^er States,....................
r
Ppt^,l

....................

2
2
2
1

10
8
18
8

3.8
7,4
7.3
8-3

8

1

1

1

7

44

6.7

9

1

2

2
3

1
r
j
13
8

$0.347
,349
.310
.323

5

1

5

27

.328

5

3
6

1

6
11
8

2

9

25

2

1

L AB O R E R S, ALL D E P A R T M E N T S .
Delaware...........................
New Jejs^y.......................
Pennsyl vania...................
Other States.....................

2
3
3
2

12
55
31
5Q

6.6
6. 7
8.4
7.9

3
7

Total.......................

10

*48

7.4

1!




1
3
1
1__

1
3

3

8
20
29
46

11

J 1
103

1

16
2

1 “

*1

1

$0,333
.269
.297
.329

1

32
1
1

3
3
13
5

2
18
15
29

7
2
1
14

1

.299

1

34

24

64

24

1

O T E B -R A
F H
U E U 0 L B E STATISTICS.
5 AO

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
60
ings
45
50
70
80
90
30
40
20
25
35
per Un­ and and and and and and and and and and qts.
1
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ unT un­ and $ ,
and
0 der der der der der der der der der der un­ over.
work­ 2
cts. 25
50
60
40
45
30
35
go
90 der
70
ed.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. 11.

BU
LLETIN

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber
ber of
work­
of
9
10
11
8
4
estab* em­
5
6
7
ed Un­ and and and and and and and and 1%
lishploy­ per der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments ees. week
der der der der der der der der over.
4.
day.
10. 11.
5.
6.
7.
12.
8.
9.

T O T T E R S -O U T , ]MACJMNE.

2
1

New Jersey,.
Other States.

29

Total..

6-7

5

8.0

1

18
4

2
4 |

7.0

5

1

1
1

2

22

2
2
2
1

104
94
24
21

5.5
7.1
7.6
7.8

21
6
3

16
2

Total...................

7

243

6.5

30

18

9
14

1

24

25
52
20
19

20

116

1

35

7
12
1

------- ------- -------

$0 267
.319
.302
.269

9

.234

9

53

16
2
20

63

38

12
3

6

122

15

6

M3




26
8

UEATHE&: LIG T UPPER.
H

Delaware......................
New Jersey...................
Pennsylvania................
Other States..................

t so
o
t l O
o —O

SEASONERS.

344

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

LEATHER: SOLE.
MALES.
whose earnings per hour worked were—

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

B A R K G R IN D ER S.

2
2
3
1

4
4
13
3

6.8
8.1
8.4
9.1

1

..............

8

24

8.2

1

Two weeks:
............
Michigan
Pennsylvania...........
Other States . .......

0
3
1

20
9
1

9.1
6.3
10.0

1
2

9

30

8.6

3

17

54

8.4

4

Total

Total
Grand total

.......

1

11

8

.425

1

1

4.
4

3

.347
.498
.330

1

2

7

3

1

3
1

8

3
1
1 ""2

1

3

4

8

2

5

1

7

12
3

$0,348
.453
.418
.524

1

1
2

1

1

5
2

2

1

2

1
4
5
1

1

4

1

1

1

1

3
1

2

8

3

8

3

.391

1

8

12

3

4

1

5

3

19

11

8

3

.406

2

11

16

11

6

6

1

3
1
2

3
.1
1

1
8
13

5
8

7

5
5

6

5

22

13

7

1
1

BEA M H A N D S .
One week:
New YnfTr .
Pennsylvania
Wisconsin

2
3
4

7
26
29

9.0
8.2
7.5

1

6

2
1
10

25
10

2

Total

9

62

8.0

1

6

13

35

5




3

2

2

$0.461
.568
.551

4

.548

4

O L B B STATISTICS,
F AO

One week:
New York
Pennsylvania...........
Wisconsin
Other States.. ...........

90
cts.
1
and $
un­ and
der over.
*1.

O TE BEA
F H
UEU

Employees
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
25
30
20
per Un­ and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­
work­ 2 der der der
0
30
35
ed. cts. 25
cts. cts. cts.

BU
LLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber hours
ber
work­
of
of
7
9
10
11
5
6
8
4
estab­ em­
ed Un­ and and and and and and and and
1
2
lish­ ploy­ per
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
week
ments ees.
der der der der der der der der over.
4.
day.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.

Two weeks:
8
G
1

48
43
10

9.3
7.4
7.4

1
4

1

7

18
2

2

16
1
6

3
11

28
1

15

101

8.3

5

2

1

7

20

23

14

29

163

8.2

6

2

1

13

33

58

19

31

13
17

5
7
2

17
8

1

14

17

30

14

25

1

23

35

36

38

8

|
I
i j

1

2
8
2

9

4
5

4

2

1

2

1

12

9

9

4

7
1

21

1

.518

19

24
4

2
3

4

.500

24

17

13
1

.432
.550
.610

4

FLESH ER S A N D U N H A IR E R S.
1
2
3
4

2
22
21

9.8
7.9
6.4

4

Total........................

9

45

7.3

4

Two weeks:
Michigan....................
Pennsylvania............
Other States..............

8
6
1

33
36
7

9.0
6.9
6.9

4
1

1
2
11

18
1

5

13

19

2

1

2
1

2

2
12
1

3
5

7
2

5
4
4

16
4

1

.598

1

1

|

SO.560
.588
.612

1

1
4

1

1

1

6

.408
.493
.586

Total........................

15

76

7.8

5

3

2

15

8

9

13

20

1

.464

Grand total............

24

121

7.6

9

3

3

20

21

28

15

21

1

.514

6

5
8

1

8

21

13

28

5

1

7

9

23

14

40

14

9

LEATHER: SO
LE.

One week:
New York..................
Pennsylvania............
Wisconsin..................

L ABO R ER S, A L L D E P A R T M E N T S .

2
3
4
2

56
305
259
220

8.4
7.9
7.8
7.4

3
7
12
14

1
5
9
5

6
5
13

6
20
43
37

:6
13
50
76

1
221
60
53

23
19
58
3

16
7
13
11

7
4
3

5
5

$0,449
.546
.507
.579

41
2

18
10

10
6
32
1

29
8
67
1

9
58
38
34

4
60
53
103

3
44
39
69

1
40
15
12

17
1

13
2

Total........................

11

840

7.8

36

20

24

106

145

335

103

47

14

10

.536

43

28

49

105

139

220

155

68

18

15

Two weeks:
Michigan....................
Pennsylvania............
Other States..............

6
1

464
503
152

9.2
7.3
7.9

21
35
15

9
18
9

8
40
10

27
93
13

26
73
8

74
179
60

75
52
26

197
6
9

24
5
2

3
2

.357
.460
.536

10
6

168
9

174
23

45
103

35
259
66

24
64
82

7
19
4

1
13

5

2

Total........................

15

1,119

8.2

71

36

58

133

107

313

153

212

31

5

.428

16

177

197

148

360

170

30

14

5

2

Grand total............

26

1,959

8.0

107

56

82

239

252

648

256

259

45

15

.474

59

205

246

253

499

390

185

82

23

17




>

345

One week:
New York..................
Pennsylvania............
Wisconsin..................
Other States..............

346

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MAXES—Concluded.

|q | .
o ^ ity

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and

O
F
THE

Employees whose average fyonrs worked per week
Employees whose earnings per hour -spQrked were—
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Aver­
age
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ea rn *
ber of ber of work­
45
€0 70
20
ings
25
35
40
50
30
80
90
11
5
6
7
9
10
estab­ em­
4
8
per Un­ and and and and anti and and and and and cts. 1
ed Un­ and and and and and and and and
lish' ploy*
13 hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un- un­ un­ and $
per der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
0 der der der der der der der dsr der der un­ and
work­ 2
week
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over. ed. ets. 25 30 35 40 45 5Q 60 70 80 90 der over.
9.
5.
7.
8.'
10. 11. 12.
6.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1.

U Q U Q R RUNNERS'

.542

.444

8-7

.501

O
F

23

LABOR

10.1

8.6

Pennsylvania.
Other States...

.456
.635

7-9
27

2
2

50

.440
9.2

STATISTICS,

Tot*?..........
Grand total.

$0,420

9.3
79

10.3

Tote!..,....
T o^ eejcs;
ww

BUREAU

One wf gfe:
New York........
Pennsylvania.
Wiseonsin.......

1 ii
0

.480

ROLLING MACHINE O P E R A T O R S.
One w#ek?
New York..................
Pennsylvania............
Wisconsin..................

%
3
3

10
60
23

8.2
7-6
8.7

%
1

1

Tptal.......................

S

S3

8.1

3

1 |
.......




1
3
4

1

8

1

2

0

|

4

44
2

5

$0,504
.669
.611

4

n

46

J3 1 11

.63?

4

1
L
3

4
25
3

1
5
9

4
o

2

2

7

4

3

32

15

10

2

2

7

4
4

Two weeks:
9.3

81
81

1

6 .8

9

5

1

20

6.4

6

'Pptftl........................

14

182

7.9

16

Q ^ d total...........

22

265

7.9

19

3

1

$

8

OttlftF StfttM - .......

8
1

6
2

7

9

8

9

3
24

*>
1

18
4

23
3

5

6

.440
.500

1

P

11

28

52

22

26

6

5

•528

19

29

98

35

37

6

5

2
2

.561

50
3

.6 6 6

1

20
1
6

39

6

?

2

2

4

36

41

33

12

57

39

73

48

22

4

I

2

y

4

53

1
2

8

SETTEJfcS-OUT.

One w#ek:
New York...............
Pennsylvania...........
W isconsin___

2
2

11

9.6

2

3

7

3

17

8 .6

22

8.3

1

5

1

0

5

8

1

3

Total......................

7

50

8.7

Two weeks:
Mia&igan..................
Pennsylvania.............

8

23
15

1 0 .0

Total......................

11

1

3

Or^nd total...... ... ~ l 8 ~

1

3
7

|

9
3

i

6

1

10

18

1

3

5

11

3

8

1

l_ L
I 1
I
]

$0.449
.493
.497

|

.380
.460

1

38

9.0

1

1

1

3

11

6

11

3

1

8 .8

2

1

7

8

19

16

29

4

2

.454

1

1

6

4

4

16

7

5

4

8

5

4

8

1

8

1

14

3

2

1

|

1

4

8

.413

88

1

8
8

.485

7.5

l
8

2

12

4
8

15

5

14

5

16

21

21

FEMALES.

$

LABORERS, ALL I>K RTMENTS.
J?A
One week:
All States.................
Two weeks:
All States.................
Total.




2

49

7.7

2

12
61

7.6

2

4

9

7.3

4

4

5

36 1

5

41

5 1

7

$0,372

2

------2

12

2

5

4

1

6

6

36

'

7

12

,389

.375

29

1

------1
1

s

-I*

348

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

LOGGING.

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of
work­
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 : 11
estab­ em­
ed
lish­ ployper Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week
4.
der der der der der der der der over.
day.
6.
7.
8.
5.
9.
10. 11. 12.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
50
16
18
20
30
35
40
60
ings
14
25
70
per Un­ and and and and and and and and and and and 80
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ cts.
work­ 14 der der der der der der der der der der der and
cts. 16
18
20
25
30
35
40
50
60
70
80 over.
ed.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

D R IVE R S.

Total.....................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Georgia..................... .
Mississippi...............
Pennsylvania...........
Other States..............

7.3

One month:
Alabama....................
California..................
Idaho........................ .
Michigan.................. .
Minnesota................ .
Montana....................
Texas.........................




26

13

30

6

1
1
1

.275

65

44

19

.220

6.6
8.2

7.1

6.5

6.2

4.2
5.5
7.3
6.5
5.4

29

14

.227
.488
.504
.315
.346
.492

1
0
5

31

17

7

31

.309
.435
.348

5.5

Total.....................

13

$0,345
.244

9.7

191

3
54
5
3

25

.235

5.3
7.7

6.2

O L B R STATISTICS.
F AO

One week:
North Carolina.........
South Carolina.........
Virginia.....................
Other States..............

1
1

15

87
15
41
25

4

55
26

27

17

” i‘

BULLETIN" O T E B R A
F H
UEU

MALES.

13

West Virginia...........
Wisconsin..................
Other States..............

3
4
6

Total........................
Grand total............

12
3
8

3
5
3

6
2
9

92
45
88

6.3
7.4
6.4

24
6
22

32

573

6.2

150

46

52

52

53

874

6.5

193

72

90

87

12
6
12

10
5
14

13
3
5

11
15
12

57

69

65

73

.351

81

108

84

145

”7328

92

.445
.327
.293

44
13
30

"21

146

94

70
”70"

237

EN G IN E E R S.
One week:
North Carolina..
Virginia......................
Other States...............
Total

...............

11
21
4
18
5
6

9. 6
10.9
6.3
8. 8
9.2
11.3

1
2

1

13

65

9.7

3

2
2
2
3
4
1

3
28
6
11
13
1

8. 9
7.0
7.8
9.8
9. 8
10.0

1
1
2

1
1
3
?,
3

?,

1

1

8
8
12

1

2

1

2

1

10

2

1

3

16

4

1
2
4
2

28

14

1
2

1

2
3

S . 340
O
.516
.352
.354
1
.352
3
.346

1

4

.403

1

1

12

.501
.579
.288
.418
.488
.423

1
3
4
1

1
2
1

2

4

3

14

62

8.3

4

2

1

4

21

4

9

10

One month:
California...................
Florida........................
Idaho..........................
Montana.....................
Oregon........................
Texas. . .
___
Washington
West Virginia .
Wisconsin..................
Other States..............

6
2
3
3
3
2
8
3
3
5

43
7
30
17
28
8
84
6
3
14

8.3
6.4
4. 6
8.7
6.5
7.5
6.4
7.0
10.4
10.7

4
2
13
1
6

1

2

1
1
3
2
4
2

1

5
2
4

15
1
1
10
5

2
1

3
2
14

7
1
4
3
7

9
1

6

Total.......................

38

240

7.0

49

12

14

6

Grand total. .

65

367

7.7

56

14

16

12

Total................

3

54

41

24

9

1

52

62

27

8

.567

32

4
2

1
1
8

2
6

8
2
5 .

3

2

18

12

13

10

1
1
1

1
2

2
22
1
4
8

3

9

37

4

1

8
1

26

3

4

.630

68

30

2
1
1
3
1
3
3

10
3
3
3
1

9
2
25
8
4

4

.556
.430
.617
.648
.712
.434
.720
.614
.410
.428

3

22
1

3

2

4

6

3

3
1

1
2

1

3
2
1

1
7
5

2
1
2

3

2

3

2

3

1

1

34
4

1

4
1
21

1
3

39

10

1
2

6

1

4
5

2
11

4

27

40

86

65

14

26

19

49

87

93

65

17

52

349




.497

3

LOGGING.

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Arkansas....................
California...
Georgia..
Louisiana. .
Mississippi.................
Other States..............

2
2
2
2
4
1

350

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

FILERS OR S A W F IT T E R S .

10.4

8.2

7.6
9.5

$0,481
.339
.385
.432

Total...................

8.7

Two weeks and one-half
month:
California................
Mississippi..............
Other States............

7.6

8.2
6.8

.643
.395
.415

Total...................

7.7

.524

9.5
6.9
5.0

.551
.260
.570
.333
.320
.627
.767
.726
.583
.360

O L B R STATISTICS,
F AO

One week:
Louisiana................
South Carolina.......
Virginia..................
Other States...........

Ooe month:
California................
Florida...................
Idaho.....................
Michigan................
Minnesota...............
Montana.................
Oregon...................
Washington............
West Virginia.........
Wisconsin...............




10.0
10.5
4.6

6.1
6.0
1 .1
0
9.8

O TE BBA
F H
UEU

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were*—
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
16
18
20
25
30
35
14
40
60
70
50
Un­ and and and and and and and and and and and 80
per
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ Cts,
work­ 14 der der der der der der der der der der der and
cts.
16
18
20
25
30
35
40
50
60
ed.
70
80 oyer.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

BU
LLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num N uijj- hours
ber of ber of
work­
4
6
estab­ em­
5
8
10
11
7
9
ed
lish­ ploy* per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
week
der der der der der der der der over,
4.
day.
5.
6.
8,
10. 11. 12.
7.
9.

1

5

14

1
Other States.............. '

5 1

10 l 7.7
1

1

T o t a l , , ....................

37

74

7.2

14

4

3

4

!
'3 |
10 |

Gr/an<Jtot$l.

53

100

7.5

16

4

3

9

11

4

1

.450

1

1

2

1

5

1

8

5

3

84

9

30

13

9

15

13

2

.557

3

2

15

16

22

4

.524

3

4

9

14

10

3
2
8
6

6
6
16
8
20

12
3
2
4

19

56

21

16

i

14

m

i

H O O K E R S.
One week:
Lf>niSj}fl.n^T . . l - - r„r- r
Virginia,....................
Othjejr @ta£es............
Total........... .
Two wee&s and one-half
month:
Arkansas....................
Georgia.......................
Louisiana................
Mississippi.............. .
Other States.........

18

1

12

1

$0,388
.326
.305
.312
.295
4

2

39

2

4

.339

2

1
1
3

1

6

1
2
1
1
1

6

13

6

5

10
2
4
8
2
6

15
1

9
2

1
3

5
8
1

26

2
2
2
4
2

32
12
24
20
26

9.3
4.5
8.5
6.6
8.2

6
1
2
4

3

12

114

7.9

13

3

3
2
2
2
2

12
9
18
14
22

6.2
5.2
6.4
4.6
5.8

4
4
6
9
5

1
3

3

2

1
2

28

4

3

7

1

12
2
2
10
3

2

29

2

2
2
1 ......

3
1
2

2
2
2
4

2
1
2

7

10

5

1
1
3

11

75

5.7

One month:
California..., . . . . . . . .
Florida...................
Idaho......................
Minnesota...............
Montana.................
Oregon....................
Texas.....................
West Virginia.........
Washington............
w S m SS ht! , ; ......... '
Other States..............

6
3
3
3
3
3
2
4
8
3
5

68
12
57
69
34
51
18
34
202
25
26

6.1
7.5
3.6
6.7
6.2
4.9
4.2
7.5
5.7

17
5
3
8
2
2
......
35 " v i
2
21
1
4
4
10
3
2
18 " i i ‘
4
14
l
1
2
2
3
6
106
12
9 “ is'
2
3
6
2
10
5

Total........................

43

596

5.2

245

47

40

37

82

............

66

785

5.7

286

54

50

54

93

Tptal...................




l i

3
47

2
7
9
7
12

9

2

8

1

57

34

51

3

99

42

95

6

1

3

6

.480

12
1
1
1

1

7

18

15

6

.328

.527

7
5
12
1

3

=35=3?

10
2
2
6 j 14

2

18

16
12
1

32

37
17
U
.3

7
15

38

16

2

55

.546
.269
.506
.375
.523
.659
.375
.509
,635
.317
.392

13

4

2
1
1
5

2

.313
.217
.340
.275
.407

2

1

1

13

4
47

3

1

JS3

3

2
1

15
H

7

Grand total
1

23
9

3

1

13

.

2
6
11

66

16

90

137

251

8

4

22

48

137

55

122

137

251

8

4

352

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

were—

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and 80
un­ cts.
der and
80 over.
cts.

HO O K T E N D E R S .

2

11

5.6

4

One month:
California....................
Idaho..........................
Montana.....................
Oregon........................
Washington...............

2
3
2
3
7

6
15
2
11
49

6.5
3.8
9.2
7.6
5.2

1
8

Total.......................

17

83

5.4

25

Grand total............

19

94

5.4

29

16

1
1
3

2

3

1
1

2

2
1

1

$0,622

1
2
1
1

.752
.702
.696
1.000
.881

2
6

2
6

8

10

8

16

11

5

11

8

18

14

6

14

6
2

Total...........




2
2
2
2
2
1

55
76
15
149
9
36

8.1
7
8.0
10
4
6.0
7.7
24
6.9
6.8 " i i '

11

340

7.6

56

1
2

.....
1
5

2
5
2
15
1
8

12
6
1
24
2

1
7
2

.....

7
14
1
10
5

33

45

13

37

1
2

24
32

4

1

71

1

3

2

6

7

129

11

1 $0,263
.338
.348
.236
.379
3
.241
4

.272

5
6
6
1
1
6

10
43

10

.824

4

1

20

53

11

25

53

9
1

2

L ABO R ER S.
One week:
Georgia.............
Louisiana.........
North Carolina
South Carolina.
Virginia...........
Other States...

3

1 .851

8

2

1

2

18

19

6

1
17

4

8

6

1
8

10

8
8
*84*

1

11
35

124

36
11
1
9

4

57

4

24

12

28
28
2
17

75

3

O L B R STATISTICS,
F AO

rwo weeks and one-half
month:
California....................

O TE BRA
F H
UEU

Employees whose earnings per hour worked
Aver­
age
earn­
18
20
25
30
35
40
16
50
14
ings
Un­ and and and and and and and and and
per
hour der un­ un- un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
work­ 14 der •der der der der der der der der
20
25
30
cts. 16
ed.
35
40
50
60
18
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

BU
LLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of
work­
4
estab­ em­
6
7
8
9
10
5
11
ed
lish­ ploy­
Un­
2
per der and and and and and and and and 1
ments ees.
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
week 4.
der der der der der der der der over.
day.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Arkansas.......
California...........

124793

17
92
39
68
91
10
14

6.0
6.1
7.6
4.2
5.9
6.2
6.7

7
17
8
38
28
2
2

1
11
2
7
8
1

Other States..............

3
2
3
2
4
2
1

Total........................

17

331

5.9

102

2
6
3
3
5
3
3
3
2
8
4
5
4

62
262
42
226
132
105
283
57
24
215
205
171
50

3.2
6.5
7.3
4.0
4.3
6.0
5.7
5.9
3.8
4.8
4.6
5.1
3-5

41
63
8
123
72
40
94
19
15
95
103
77
33

Mississippi..................
Pennsylvania_______

1
5
2
8
8

2
28
2
2
9
3

1

1
13
4
1
12
2
6

30

25

39

46

8
12
2
28
7
8
16

4
20
3
17
14
1
1
94
5
4
21
11
19
3

9
19
3
15
7
3
?,4
3

1
14
5
21
7
8
?1
6

2

3
3
12

4
40

11

20

4
57
9
7
15
3
55
8

2
6
9
1
6
22
2

1

2

1
3
2
2
1

18
9
3
6

4
1
5

4
2
1

10

8

2

1

.322
.416
.278
.206
.290
.405
.336

1

.313

1

.199
.461
.264
.486
.288
.309
.495
-561
.274
.537
.420
.303
.287

7

2
64
2

1
3

6
1
26
2
31

4
16
10
51

5
12

2
4

68

6
18
1

1
53

4

4
5

68

81

42

63

4

2
24

1
8

16

197
1
121

105

One month:
Alabama____ _
California...............

Florida........................
Tdaho,, .
Michigan.....................
Minnesota..................
Montana.....................
Oregon........................
Texas..........................
Washington...............
West Virginia............
Wisconsin..................
Other States...............

1
9
19
15
6

11
17
4
2

44
11
5
1

68
3
13
4
1
47
15
3
32
18
13
4

3
10
3
1

Total........................

51

1,834

5.1

783

131

156

110

144

221

175

Grand total.............

79

2,505

5-6

941

166

214

194

203

298

193

1
9
1
1

12
33
93 .
242

4
2

2

3

3

47
9
1
1

109
5

22
97

9

1

1

12

1

1
80
16

2

1
192

90
31

44

3i
1
1

2
3
169

88
45

3
11

1

181
4

30

1

1

19

2

.420

7

2

3

4

68

262

237

50

686

467

46

2

40

14

.386

16

21

13

16

171

454

393

149

753

471

46

2

3
2 *24*
3

7
14
8

5

27

29

7

2

2
1

1

8

7

2
1
3

7
19

1
4
1

7

6

28

9

15

LO AD ER M E N .
One week:
Georgia.......................
South Carolina..........
Virginia.........................

Other States...............

2
2
3
1

13
43
12
3

8.1
7.9
5-9
12.0

5
3
8

1

11

3

2

1
1

Total........................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Arkansas....................
California....................
Georgia.......................
Louisiana...................
Mississippi.. . .........
Other States...............

8

71

7.8

3
2
2
2
3
1

5
16
3
9
33
1

9.3
5.9
10.2
6.4
7.0
9.2

Total........................

13

67

7.0




1

4
5
2

2
7
1

1
4
5

10

2

9

1
4

3

6
17

SO.259
.284
.309
1
.364

1

2

1
1

5

1

.287

1

1

.389
.489
.242
.314
.353
.350

3

1

23

1
1
1
3
1

1
1
1

1

7

5

1

2

2
4

3

1
2

1
5

2
7

1
7

9

5

5

11

12

10

1
2

.378

2

2

1

3
1
3

7

1

1

354

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALE S—Continued.

LOADER M EN — Concluded.

6
3
3
2
2
3
8
3
3
4

31
5
16
20
7
18
141
6
6
7

7.3
8.8
5.6
9.3
4.7
6.3
4.8
8.4
6.7
7.5

2
3
63
1
2
1

Total........................

37

257

5.9

83*

Grand total.............

58

395

6.4

6
5

100

3
1
2
3
2
5

1

1
1
10
1
1

2
9
1

3
7
1
1
7
2
1
2
1
3 ” "6*
30
20
2

10
2

1’
1

1
1
1
4
1
1
3

13

1

2
2

1

13

17

13

48 1 38_
___

24

19

2

19

33

34

62 p r

32

47

8

3
12

.513

1

7
2

Total




...........

2
4
4

5
4
10

9.5
7. 7
8.9

10

19

8.8
---

1

1
1
1

3
1

6

1

1

3

4

10

1

3
8
94
2

4
10
1

5
33

2

20
1

2

9

21

41

113

15

38

33

77

25

36

48

114

15

38

2

1
6

1
2

2

6

$0.465
.383
.309
.366

4

2
1
4
3

3
3

7

3

LOG S C A L E R S .

One week:
Louisiana
.............
Virginia
.............
Other States.............

1
5

2

3
2

.611
3

20
11

10

$0,519
.330
.557
.372
.559
.716
.694
.594
.350
.369

1
-------

5
2
7

O L B R STATISTICS,
F AO

One month:
California....................
Florida......................
Idaho
. __
Minnesota
Montana
__
Oregon..
.............
Washington.............
West Virginia
Wisconsin................
Other States . .

O TE BRA
F H
UEU

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
20
60
14
16
18
25
30
35
70
40
50
per
Un­ and and and and and and and and and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ cts.
work­ 14 der der der der der der der der der der der and
ed.
cts. 16
50
20
25
30
35
40
60
80 over.
18
70
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

BU
LLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of
work­
10
5
6
8
9
11
estab­ em­
4
7
ed Un­ and and and and and
lish­ ploy2
and and and 1
per der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week
der der der der der der der der over.
4.
day.
10. 11. 12.
8.
5.
6.
7.
9.

Two weeks and one-half
month:

One month:
Florida......................
Michigan...................
Minnesota............. ...
Montana .
Other States,

2
2

3
2

10 0
10.8

3
1

1

.384
.416

2
1

1
1

4

Other States..............

5

10.3

4

1

.397

3

2

2
5
2
2
4
7

4
5
6
5
8
10

9.6
10.0
8.6
8.8
8.2
6.2

1
5
1

2

.297
.391
.389
.585
.415
.440

1

3

1
1

1
1

3

1
1

4

2
2

2

5
2

2

1
3

1

2
5
1

I

1

5
I

3
3

4

2

2

Total....... ...............

22

38

8.2

4

?,

3

1

3

6

14

5

.424

2

1

3

10

13

3

6

Grand total

36

62

8.6

5

2

3

4

7

6

28

7

, 404

2

3

10

16

22

3

6

2

3

14

11

58
58
8
1
12

1
6
49

9
10

16

137

60

19

9

19

151

60

19

9

Two weeks and one-half
month:
California....................

2

19

3.7

5

2

1

3

7

1

One month:
California....................
Idaho..........................
Montana.....................
Oregon........................
Washington...............

6
3
3
3
8

73
58
14
17
79

6.2
4.3
7.4
5.8
4.8

21
26
2
7
31

6
13

3
3
1

7
3
1
10

7
6
1
3
18

11
7
7
4
8

Total........................

23

241

5.3

87

22

16

21

35

Grand total............

25

260

5.2

92

24

17

24

42

3

9

$0.506
16

2

.514
.543
.520
.717
.671

3
1

1

37

20

3

.587

38

20

3

5

.581

2

•o.KiQoo'i

R IG G E R S •

4
1
8

SAW YE RS AND CH OPPERS.

2
2
1

23
16
109

4.6
5.9
8.7

9
3
10

Total...............

5

148

7.7

22




2
4
1

3
1
11

5

5

1
46

8

7

10.358
.290
.252

1

7

15

9

5

47

8

7

.273

1

—■
—

4

1
7
101

7
8
2

15

5
5

109

17

15

1
1

5 g
5

One week:
North Carolina.
Virginia.............
Other States....

356

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Concluded.

79
37
31

6.2
7.0
5.9

11
6
8

5

7
3
5

11
4
7

42
8
3

3
4
5

11
3

$0,461
. 475
.322

1

>3

19

7

66
17
1

9
20

1
1

3

19

11

84

29
113

7

8

97

1

103
1

88
225

6.3

25

5

15

22

53

12

14

1

.435

6
2
3
2
5
3
3
3
7
4
5

210
50
77
6
193
227
52
81
439
53
205

7.4
4.8
3.9
3.2
5.7
6.2
4.9
5.4
5.1
6.1
5.8

25
22
38
4
71
81
23
29
151
19
67

7
7
9
1
7
22
4
5
57
2
10

9
1
11

17
4
4

22
7
9

53
4

1
2

26
11
6
5
22
7
14

17
7
1
2
37
2
16

14
4
2
10
130
4
31

76
3
6
1
6
14
8
23
41
3
24

25
16
8
7
1
1
17

24
71

15
23

.493
.201
.504
.205
.299
3
.316
1
.507
.070
.652
.321
Other States.408

Total.......................

43

1,593

5.8

530

131

112

107

236

205

132

136

4

Grand total............

56

1,888

5.9

577

143

142

138

297

237

151

184

IS




1

33

7

77

6
2
1
26
Washington

1

33

1

34

2

1

8
26

43
10

15

1

.453

26
60
394

20
38

1
3

221

454

58

4

250

454

58

4

4
9

.471

—

145

374

20

257

410

1

2
158

1

4

283

30

367

STATISTICS,

147

Total

LABOR

8

One month:
California ..
.....
Florida.......................
Idaho
..............
Alabama
.....
Michigan ................
Minnesota..................
Montana .
.........
Oregon........................
...............
Wisconsin..................
..............

4

O
F

2
2
4-

BUREAU

Two weeks and one-half
month:
California .
.....
Pennsylvania
...
Other States

THE

S A W Y E R S AN D C H O P P E R S — Concluded.

O
F

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
20
25
30
35
40
50
60
14
16
18
70
per Un­ and and and and and and and and and and and 80
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ wil­ els.
work­ 14 der der der der der der der der der der der and
ed.
30
35
40
50
60
70
cts. 16
18
20
25
80 over.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ age
Num­ ber
hours
ber of
of
estab­ em­ work­
4
6
7
8
9
10
5
11
ed
lish­
2
ploy­ per Un­ and and and and and and and and 1
ments
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ees. week der
der der der der der der der der over.
4.
day.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.
6.
7.
5.

LUMBER.
MALES.
D O G G E R S.
A
3
3
7
6
2
6
6
7
7
3

15
20
6
28
10
8
15
28
16
33
14

8. 4
7.9
10.1
9.1
9. 6
7.7
8.5
8.9
8.5
8. 4
9.6

1
2

Total........................

54

193

8.7

5

4

8

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Arkansas....................
California...................
Georgia.......................
Michigan....................
Minnesota..................
Mississippi.................
Oregon........................
Pennsylvania............
Texas..........................
Washington...............
Wisconsin..................
Other States.............

5
2
3
5
2
3
4
4
3
2
5
4

15
5
7
14
5
15
12
7
20
9
12
9

8.6
9.5
6.4
8.3
7.9
6.6
7.0
8.8
7.8
5.3
9.0
8.7

1
2
1
3
1

2

2

2
4
1

1

1
1
1

1
1

1

1
1
1
1
11

1
1
2
3
5
1
1 .....
?
8
8
4
6
4
12
1
1
R
fi

1
2
1
3
?
1

c
2
4
13
G
3
5
7
2
2
11

2
3

3
1
1
1
1

?,3

10

36

39

61

1

6
1

1
1

3
1

2
2

1
5

$0.250
.288
.210
.326
1
.344
.326
.286
.303
.314
.30?
1
.395

4
2

1
2
1
1
3
1

2

2

2
3
1
1
4
1
2

1
5
3
7

4
3
3
1

5
1
1

2

1
4

4

6
2

4
1

1

3

22

24

1
1
2

2
2
2
1
3
1
8
5
2

1
6
4

2
3

1

7

1
5
1
2

2
1
3
2
1
1
5
7
1
10

3

14

14

26

33

19

8

1

11

29

46

58

93

83

92

9

130

7.8

13

4

2
4
3
2
2
3
2
7
8
7

8
11
10
4
13
3
19
31
18
31

7.2
7.1
7.5
7.6
4.9
9.4
4. 6
6.0
8.2
7.3

1
3
1

1

9
7
1
3

1

Total........................

40

148

6.6

30

Grand total............

136

471

7.8

48

7

1
1
1

5
1

1
3

25

23

.364

1

2

1
1

.358

1
5
1
11
4
5
6
14
13
15
7

1

1
9
11
1
17
56

82

11

1
2
12
6
1

4

1

2

18

3

3

1

2
2
2

5

26

3

5

1

4

2

1

10

3

1
3

12

1

2
12

10

8

7
2

8
5

2

2

2
1

1

15

49

18

17

24

3

5
5

5

1

1

3
13

9

3

3

1

2

8
1
10

8

2
1

3

7

9
8

9
8

5

14

23

30

26

53

85 154

74

46

82

31

2

.421
2

5
8
4
9
2 .....
2

1

.281
.413
.260
.497
.529
.381
.337
.545
.399
.401

4
2
1
1

1

4

5

21

1
r

357

9

42

.307

.277
.369
.185
.332
.477
.316
.542
.438
.340
.519
.352
.331

2

1

Total........................
One month:
Alabama....................
California...................
Florida........................
Idaho..........................
Oregon........................
Pennsylvania............
Texas..........................
Washington...............
West Virginia...........
Other States..............




1
5

LUMBER.

One week:
Alabama....................
Florida........................
Georgia.......................
Louisiana...........,
Maine t ^.....................
Mississippi.................
North Carolina.
South Carolina. . . .
Tennessee...................
Virginia
.....
Other States.............

358

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

7,0
and 80
un­ cts.
der and
80 over.
cts.

EDGJERMEN.
4
3
4
7
7
2
6
6
6
7
3

7
8
4
16
8
3
10
12
11
15
16

8.6
8.1
9.8
9.6
9.6
7. 5
8.7
8.5
9.1
9.5
10.4

Total.......................

55

110

9.1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Arkansas....................
California...................
Georgia.......................
Michigan....................
Minnesota..................
Mississippi.................
Oregon........................
Pennsylvania............
Texas..........................
Washington...............
Wisconsin..................
Other States.............

5
2
3
5
2
3
4
4
3
2
5
4

10
7
4
11
8
7
6
8
11
4
13
12

9.0
8.3
9.0
8.2
8.4
8.3
7.9
9.4
7.4
6.9
9.9
8.0

Total........................

42

101

8.5




1

1
1

1

1
2

1
1
1
1

1

1

1

1

5 1

1
1;

5

1

2
1

1
1

5

6

1
3
14

2

1

1
2

1
1
2
4
2

2
2
2
7
5

3
2
5
6

5
4
3
4
13

1 $0.293
.354
.267
1
.427
.439
“ T
.360
.313
.358
.379
.344
2
.449

26

47

2

3
1
1
3
1
2

2

8

3

2

2
1

3i
1
5
5

1
5
1
1
2

2
3

4

1
5 1

4

1
2
2

1
1
1
1
1

3
1
1

1

1

1

1
1
4

4
2

12

18

33

1

1

8
1

14

1
1

3

1

2
1

.458

1
4

1
1

1
3
1
10
7

1
1

2

3

4

V
7
6
4
4

''*2
2
3
2
6
2

7

29

22

1

6

3
3

4
5

7
4
2

1

7
10

1

2

7
2

6
5

4

1

25

47

14

3

1
1
i
1
1

.376

.381
.499
.190
.401 !
.499
.379
.802
.462
.433
.705
.405
.480

2

2

2

5

1
5
1
6

1
8

35 | 11

_____

4

....... .........
!

2

|

i
2 ........I........
1

2

1

4
2

1

4
1

2

5

O L B R STATISTICS.
F AO

One week:
AJabama....................
Florida.......................
Georgia.......................
Louisiana...................
Mauje.........................
Mississippi.................
North Carolina.........
South Carolina..........
Tennessee..................
Virginia......................
Other States.............

O TE BBA
F H
UEU

Employees whose earnings per hour worked wereAver­
age
earn­
ings
40
50
20
18
25
30 . 35
16
60
14
per
Un- and and and and and and, and and and an<J
hour der un­ un­ un­ Uh-. un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ Un­
work­ 14 der der der der der der der der der der
ed.
30
40
cts. 16 i 18
50
20
25
35
70
60
c ts .; cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

BU
LLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Num­
ber of
estab­
lish­
ments

Employees whose average hours worked per week
Aver­
day for the pay-roll period were—
age
Num­ hours
ber of work­
em­
4
6
9
10
5
8
11
7
ed Un­ and
ploy­
and 12
per der un­ and and and and and and un­ and
ees.
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
week 4.
der der der der der der der der over.
day.
6.
5.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.
7.

Pne month:
Alabama...... .
California...... .
Flqrida......... .
Idaho........... .
Montana........
Oregon......... .
Pennsylvania.
Texas............
Washington...
West Virginia.
Other States..,

6
1
1

4

.360
.564
.328
.572
.573
.771
.438
.412
.706
.473
.430

1
'*2
5
1
1

4
9

1
0
6
4
6
1
2

'T

1

16
19

4

Total..........

43

103

Grand total.

140

314

8.4

2
2

7.6

2
1

1
0

23

1
6

5

1
2
7

42

1
2

.493

14

26

92

17

.440"

61

108

13
17

13

63

1
2

LABORERS.
373
533
238
940
366
273
459
788
273
603
660

Total........................

5506

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Arkansas....................
California....................
Georgia.................. .
Michigan....................
Minnesota..................
Mississippi.................
Oregon........................
Pennsylvania.............
Texas..........................
Washington...............
Wisconsin..................
Other States...............

261
217
371
160
598
493
206
444
352
404
394




42

4596

SO 232
.
.253
.218
.295
.346
.205
.260
.257
.294
.295
.335

8.7
9.0

8.1
8.0
8.1
7.4
8.1
8.4

130

315

434

319

1831

7.0
7.8

7.9
5.9
6.9
8.5
6.5
6.9

8.1
7.1

352

648

.347

17
33
19
7

’Y

42
23
31

21
1
21
0
113
183

39
152
58
161

2 1
2
6
8

24

15

168
266

15

*2
1

61

48

125

21

15

.357
.175
.315
.401
.295
.525
.389
.317
.501
.325
.329

6.2
8.2

7.1

156

1
0
3
2

1
2

136
326

24

227*

.....
63

2

7
55

93

402 *157*
2
175 1 1
24
150
18
91
1
1
125
16
155
49
188
309 164

1363 1726

1 1 1 431
1
3
0
'so 2 1
1 10
0

55

30

38

18
54
3

1

33

590

225

27
57
39

12
0

159
72

45

131
91
224

1

1
296

” 57" 248
147

3Q 1373
197 1Q

2

62

19

1
2

1
436

27 |

131
33
72

205

'U

29

" ’ 7*

484

678

48

2

359

Total........................

7.8
7.8

8.8

LUMBER.

One weefc:
Al^toma....................
Florida.......................
Georgia.......................
Louisiana...................
Maine.........................
Mississippi.................
North Carolina.........
South Carolina.........
Tennessee..................
Virginia......................
Other States..............

360

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

BUREAU

i
497
537
326
129
388
674
77
254
1195
556
807

5.5
6.7
5.9
6.3
6.5
5.1
7.8
4.9
5.5
6.6
6.2

148
45
114
33
105
18
26
6
87
20
248
60
11
106 *'i9
393
57
153
36
256
26

46
60
28
5
25
60
5
26
125
33
41

105
91
42
43
73
176
8
31
237
42
62

58
113
36
32
114
56
9
23
277
63
123

30
68
36
2
39
8
26
11
31
123
146

4
20
18
2
5
4
14
12
7
54
91

454

910

904

520

2
7
6
2
1
6
1
9
7

1 $0.250
7
.412
2
.242
1
.481
2
.472
1
.513
.361
.303
.517
6
.391
1
.323

1

7

6

1

130

11

1

218

298
4
77

43

5440

5.9 1647

320

392

231

41

21

.407

1

9

6

Grand total...........

141

15542

7.1 2955

689

984 1240 1905 2566 2066 2697

295

145

.345

21

112

224

12

4
321
3
65
338
22
17
9
375
291
59

17
64
36
641

4
96

1
1
32
27
3
186
187

624

684

626 1504 1516

5
140

4
11

Total.......................

11
177
1

20
68
3
68
453

3
8
1

39
18
15

374

2
753
3

226 1815 3017 3783 1795 2213 2203

M ACH IN E F E E D E R S .
One week:
Alabama
Florida..
Georgia..




7.8
8.7

C . 247
O
.301

.2 0
1

1

7
G
7

3
5
I

3
.4
3

1

1
4 ....... j

13
10
59

2

82 _ 2 _ !
130

3 !
1

S T A T IS T IC S ,

58
24
35
12
21
60
4
20
67
37
54

LABOR

2
5
3
2
3
2
3
2
7
8
6

O
F

One month:
Alabama....................
California....................
Florida.......................
Idaho..........................
Montana.....................
Oregon.......................
Pennsylvania............
Texas..........................
Washington..............
West Virginia...........
Other States..............

THE

LABORERS—Concluded.

O
F

Employees whose eamincs per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
20
18
25
30
35
40
16
50
60
70
ings
14
Un­ and and and and and and and and and and and 80
per
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ cts.
work­ 14 der der der der der der der der der der der and
20
cts. 16
25
30
40
50
ed.
18
35
60
70
80 over.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

B U L L E T IN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of
work­
4
6
estab­ em­
5
9
10
11
7 i 8
lish- ploy- ed
Un­ and
2
per der un­ and and and and and and and 1
ments
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
week
4.
der der der der der der der der over.
'day.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.

3

7
7
2
4
5
2
5
3

37
15
7
26
32
9
25
17

8.9
9.2
9.5
9.5
9.8
9.7
9.2
8.2

2

Total.......................

45

213

9.0

9

3

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Arkansas^..................
California....................
Georgia.......................
Michigan...................
Minnesota.................
Mississippi................
Oregon.......................
Pennsylvania..........
Texas..........................
Washington...
Wisconsin........
Other States...

5
2
3
3
2
3
4
4
3
2
5
4

35
13
17
8
11
13
33
9
28
16
24
23

8.1
9.0
5.9
8.8
8.4
7.0
7.1
9.6
7.1
7.1
9.1
7.4

3
1
5

3
2

4
2

Total.............

40

230

7.7

One month:
Alabama..........
California.........
Florida.............
Montana..........
Oregon.............
Texas...............
Washington...
West Virginia..
Other States...

2
4
3
3
2
2
7
6
6

15
23
7
18
19
10
73
18
42

Total.............

35

225

6.8

Grand total.

120

668

7.8

3
1

4
5

10

13

27

41

94

6

1

1
2

1
?
?

9
?
9
3
5

9
1
2
1

6
6

1
1

.....

2
1
1

1
2
5

1
1

1

2

9
2
2
2
2

1

4
2
3

2

2
1
1
2

6

1

22

14

10

6
4.9
3
7.8
8.6
2
6.8
6. 8 . 2
4
4.8
6.4
16
1
8.1
7.5
6

3

2
7
5

1

3
2
1
2

10
12
2
7

12

27
1
5
3
8
10

2

2
2
2

1

5

1
2

1

2

.294
.405
.177
.335
.413
.334
.595
.417
.354
.571
.340
.355

3

.386

1

3
5

4

2
2

15
3

1

73

25

39

5

1
4
1
4
3

1
4
2

3
1

2

2
2
2
12 *’ i6’ * 20
1
1
2
4
6

1
2
4
17

1

4
1
1
6

1
1
2
4
6

9

1

29

40

78

28

27

9

40

14

11

28

45

38

31

16

2

71

31

26

50

85

138

97

149

13

3

16
1

4
5

7

6

2
3

5
21

6

11
1

3
13

6
4

1

8

i

3

5

6

33

15

i

i

4

i

i

15
5

1
1

6
7

1

3

26

58

36

42

6

2
1

1
4
1

6

6
38

.390

4

11

2
8

5

1

2

12

3

10

8
16

3

60

12

8
21

1

3

6

7

l

11

1

.456

6
5

3

1

.256
.470
.291
.486
.573
.309
.556
.396
.371

1

2
4
3
2

2

2
7

11

.324

10
5

5

5

17
3
5
6
20
3
4
10

15

1

4
1
4
7
3
11
1

1

1
1
1

3
1
2
3

.317
.377
.296
.408
.298
.333
.335
.352

21

3

3

18
8
4
16
20
1
9
1

9
10

1
9
6

13

32

25

38

92

19

79

168

89

107

125

C
3

5

361




1
1

1

2
1

1

2
3
1
5
5
7
5
6

1

LUMBER.

Louisiana...................
Maine..........................
Mississippi.................
North Carolina..........
South Carolina..........
Tennessee..................
Virginia......................
Other States...............

362

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

S A W Y E R S , BAN D .

2
3
5
5
5
6
7
7
5

3
7
13
7
8
13
10
13
14

10.0
9.6
9.7
9.7
9.9
8.7
9.1
9.7
9.9

Total...................

45

88

9.6

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Arkansas................
California................
Michigan.................
Minnesota...............
Mississippi..............
Oregon....................
Pennsylvania..........
Texas.....................
Washington............
Wisconsin...............
Other States............

5
2
4
2
2
3
4
3
2
5
4

8
6
8
3
5
6
7
10
3
10
6

9.4
9.1
8.4
9.9
6.6
8.1
10.2
7.9
5.5
10.1
9.1

36

72

8.8

Total....................




1
1
2
1
5
3
6

3
5
10
5
7
5
6
6
13

$0,767
.790
.950
.632
.613
.701
.638
.607
.822

1

1

4

19

60

.732

2

2

1
3
1

2
1
1
1

3
2
4
2

.757
.741
.608
.872
.83Q
1.125
.611
.827
1.229
.639
.719

1

1

1
1

2

1

I
1
1

2

2

1

ji

1

2

6
1

1
1

1

2
2

1

5
2

2
4

___

1

9

4
2

6
2

14

17

2
(>

1

1

.773

1
2
2
2
3
5
14

1
1,

2
1
4
2
3
2
8
3

2
1
1
1
3
6
5

1
3
11
2
11

25

19

28

1
1
7

2
1

* 4
3
3
5

1

9
3
6
2

2

2
5

24

5

2
.......

3

6

7

'* "2

35

O L B K STATISTICS,
F AO

One week:
Alabama............... .
Florida...................
Louisiana.............. .
Maine.................... .
North Carolina........
South Carolina........
Tennessee.............. .
Virginia................. .
Other States............

O TE B KA
F H
UEU

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
18
20
25
35
16
30
40
50
60
70
14
ings
per Un­ and and and and and and and and and and and 80
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ cts.
work­ 14 der der der der der der der der der der der and
30
60
cts. 16
18
20
25
35
40
50
80 over.
70
ed,
ets. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

BU
LLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of
work­
4
6
8
9
10
11
estab­ em­
5
7
ed
lish- ploy1
2
and
and
per Un­ and and un­ and and and un­ and and
der un­ un­
un­
un­ un­ un­
ments
week
4.
der der der der der der der der over.
day.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.

One month:
Alabama..........
California.........
Idaho................
Montana.........
Oregon.............
Pennsylvania..
Washington...
West Virginia.
Other States...

.790
.798
.873
.942
1.2i2
.633
.962
.645
.735

5.3
7.3
7.0
8.3
7.7
9.2
7.8

8.0
8.1

Total.............

39

Grand total..

10
2

.799

. 8.7

16

40

27

17

43

.768

7.7
249

76

41

106

S A W Y E R S , CIR C U LA R .
One week:
Alabama..
Georgia___
Louisiana..
Maine.

3
3
2
2
2
1

8.9
9.6
10.0
10.0
11.3
9.8

1

Other States..............

2
3
2
2
2
1

Total.......................

12

13

9.8

1

2
2
4

2
2
5

7.4
8.0
9.5

1

Other States.. ■
Total........... .

8

9

8.9

1

One month:
Florida........... .
Washington...
Other States...

2
4
5

4
7
5

9.4
7.8
7.5

11

16

8.1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Georgia.

Total............
Grand total..




31

38

8.9

$0,557
.730
.848
.600
1
.625
.487

1

1

2

1
1

1
1
1
2
2

2

7

1

9

1
1

1

2
2
2
2
1

1

1

.653

1
1

2
_ ___
_

1

1
3

.563
.763
.792

2

1

1

1
2

1
2

1

1

2

4

.735

3

3

3

1

1
4
2

1
3
1

1

1

7

5

1

1

1

1

1

8

7

1

4

1
14

1

1

1

.740

2
2
1

1
5
3

1

.814

1
1

1

.673
.887
.825

1
i

'

1
I ‘

1

5

I

3

6

12

4

1
13

CO

O

O
O

364

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED , BY SEX AND
.OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

THE

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
18
20
25
30
35
14
16
40
ings
50
60
70
Un­ and and and and and and and and and and and 80
per
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ cts.
work­ 14 der der der der der der der der der der der and
cts. 16
20
ed.
18
25
30
35
40
50
60
70
80 over.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

O
F

Employees whose average hours worked per week
pay for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num­ hours
ber of
6
em­ work­
9
10
4
5
8
11
7
ed
2
ploy- per Un­ and and and and and and and and 1
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
week 4.
der der der der der der der der over.
day.
10. 11. 12.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

B U L L E T IN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Num­
ber of
estab­
lish­
ments

SAW YERS, GANG.

1

Total........................

14

18

9.2

1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Georgia ....................
Minnesota..................
Oregon........................
Wisconsin..................
Other States..............

2
2
3
2
3

2
2
5
2
4

11.0
10.3
6.8
8.6
6.5

1
1

1

1
1

2
1
1

1

2

5

1

6

2

3

1
2

1

1

1
1
1
3

3

1

4

1

Total........................

12

15

8.0

2

1

One month:
Alabama....................
Florida.......................
Other States..............

2
2
3

3
2
7

6.6
8.5
3.8

1

Total.......................

7

12

5.3

Grand to t a l..___

33

45

7.2

1

1

1

5

1

2

3

8

2

6

10

4

.466

11

3

1

1

2

1
3

1
1
1
1

4

3

5

1

1

4

1

1

1

1

1
4

1

2

1
2

1

,
1
1

1

3

1

1

7

1

1

2
1
3

1
2

1
4

.......

4

1

.557 ____ _____

____

1

1

.557

1
1
1

1

1
2

.507
.393
.626

5

2

1

SO.357
.387
.753
.472
.422

.324
.568
.674
.425
.590

1
1

1

4




1

1

6

6

4

7

11

12

2

1

S T A T IS T IC S ,

9.8
10.6
9.2
8.0
8.6

LABOR

3
3
3
2
7

O
F

3
2
2
2
5

BUREAU

One week:
Alabama ..................
Florida........................
Louisiana ................
Mississippi..................
Other States..............

SAWYERS, RESAW.

A
3
3
2
4

Total........................

24

33

9.3

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Arkansas....................
Michigan....................
Minnesota..................
Oregon........................
Pennsylvania.............
Washington...............
Wisconsin..................
Other States...............

3
5
2
4
2
2
4
4

3
7
2
11
2
6
7
5

11.0
8.2
10.5
6. 5
9.6
8.0
10.1
7.9

Total........................

26

43

8.4

One month:
California....................
Oregon........................
Washington...............
Other States...............

2
2
7
6

5
5
10
9

7.3
7.9
7.3
7.2

17

35

7.4

2

8.3

5

Total

..................

Grand total.. . .

67

3
6
5
7
3
4

111

9.4
8.4
9.2
9.2
8.0
10.5

1
1

1
1
1
1
1

ft
1

2

5

3

1

2

2
3
2

1

2
3
2
2
1
4
14

1

2
3

7

1

2

1

4

1

2

1

2

2

” ‘i‘
l
3
1
3

3

4

8

1
3
1

3
2
3
1

1
2
8
4

1
2

9

.367

1

1

1
1
1
3

1

10

3

.484

5

9

15

10

18

26

17

4

1

.471

3
1
2
1
2

2

8

9

7

1
3

5

i

2
3
1

2
2

1

l

2

1

1
3

8

1

2
6

1

3
1

1
2

1

4

8

11

4

3

____ ____

3
1

2

1
5

5
2

1

1

15

5
9

1

1

.552
24

1
1
1
2
3
1

.488
.654
.611
.428

1

5

1
3
1

.383
.419
.467
.606
.468
.636
.360
.373

1

3
1

1

2

1
3

$0,300
.420
.300
.360
.477
.339
1
.374

1

1
2

1

1

6

1

9

9

14

1

13

18

27

15

30

1

365




3

LUMBER.

One week:
Louisiana...................
Maine..........................
North Carolina..........
South Carolina..........
Tennessee...................
Virginia......................
OtlTer States...............

366

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

Pay-roll period and
locality.

S E T T E R S.

4
3
4
7
7
2
6
6
7
7
3

7
5
4
14
12
5
11
11
10
15
11

9.5
9.2
9.5
9.2
9.2
9.9
8.2
9.8
8.4
8.2
9.8

Total...................

56

105

9.1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Arkansas................
California................
Georgia...................
Michigan.................
Minnesota...............
Mississippi..............
Oregon....................
Pennsylvania..........

5
2
3
5
2
3
4
4

8
5
3
10
4
6
6
8

8.8
9.7
9.0 ;
8.7
9.5
7.4
8.0
8.2




1
1
1
1
2

1
1
1
1

1
1

1
2

«
2
3
9
7
2
3
5:
2
2
9

11

23

50

1

2

2
2

2
5

6

1

1

1
1

3

1

1

1

2

1

2

.358
.413
.249
.413
.530
.386
.596
.493

1

1
2|

1
1

4
1
1
5

1
2
2

4
1

2 .......

2
2

3

1
3

3
1

1
1
12
6
1

1
3
3
5
8

1
5
2
6
7
2
4

.....
2

25

31

30

3

2
2

3
3

I

9

4

2

1
1

1
1

1

1
3

6

.372

2

1
1

$0.300
.372
.277
.409
.404
1
.349
.325
.366
.365
.358
.464

2
2

1

1

4

1
1

5
4
3
7
1

1

!

1
1

1

O L B R STATISTICS,
F AO

One week:
Alabama.................
Florida...... ............
Georgia...................
Louisiana...............
Maine................
Mississippi..............
North Carolina........
South Carolina........
Tennessee...............
Virginia..................
Otner States............

7

1

3

1

9

1
4
4

2
4

O TE BRA
F H
UEU

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
14
16
18
20
25
30
35
40
50
60
70
per
Un­ and and and and and and and and and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ cts.
work­ 14 der der der der der der der der der der der and
ed.
cts. 16
60
20
30
50
70
18
40
80 over.
25
35
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. .cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

BU
LLETIN

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
hours
work­
4
5
6
7
8
10
11
9
ed Un­
2
per der and and and and and and and and 1
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
4.
der der der der der der der der over.
day.
9.
10. 11. 12.
5.
6.
7.
8.

4

Texas............
V/ashington...
Wisconsin......
Other States...

3
2
5
4

7
3
12
7

9.0
7.3
9.1
9.0

Total..........

42

79

8.7

2

2

3

5

One month:
Alabama........
California.......
Florida..........
Idaho.............
Montana........
Oregon...........
Pennsylvania..
Texas............
Washington...
West Virginia.
Other States...

2
5
3
2
3
2
3
2
7
8
6

5
18
5
11
19
6
3
4
21
19
16

5.9
6.8
8.2
7.4
7.5
6.2
9.6
4.9
6.9
8.6
8.0

1
2

1
3

1

1
1
1

2
2
2
1

1

2

1

Total...........

43

127

7.4

13

6

5

Grand total..

141 j

311

8.3

19 j 10

9

1

2

2

3

1

4'
2

6
2

9

16

19

19

2
5
1
8
4
1

1
2
1
1
11
2

2
2

2

2
2

2

2
1

1
1
1

.424
.600
.396
.457
2

2

.436

7
2

1
5
2
2

1
8
8

5
1

30

28

24

9

45

55

66

78

1

1
2

1
6

1

4

3

.446

2
1

7
2

3

1

8

12

37

13

3

2
11

X

1

.514

22

3

.375
.499
.336
.557
.602
.602
.467
.361
.590
.464
.467

12

7
3
1

2

7

2
1

1

7

1
2

10
6

13
6

2

2
1
1

7

1
2
15
8

3

10

40

42

30

1

5

36

53

107

64

37

1

15

37

16 I 18

7
4
6

11

1

T R IM M E R O P E R A T O R S .
One week:
Alabama........
Florida..........
Georgia.........
Louisiana.......
Maine............
North Carolina
South Carolina
Tennessee......
Virginia.........
Other States...
Total.............




IS . 275
O
.279
.269
.331
.355
.297
.320
.330
.345
.383
9.4

2
1

43

.333

CO

368

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Concluded.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
16
20
30
14
18
25
35
40
50
60
70
ings
Un­ and and and and and and and and and and and 80
per
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ cts.
work­ 14 der der der der der der der der der der der and
18
30
cts. 16
20
25
35
40
50
60
70
80 over.
ed.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
Aver­
day for the pay-roll period were—
age
Num­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of
work­
6
4
7
5
8
9
10
11
estab­ em­
ed
Un­ and and and and and and and and 1
2
lish­ ployper der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week 4.
der der der der der der der der over.
day.
8.
5.
6.
7.
9.
10. 11. 12.

O
F

T R IM M E R O PE R AT O R S—Concluded.
i

42

82

8.6

3

2

4
15
5
8
5
8
3
5
12
11
24

8.7
8.0
6.6
7.9
8.0
5.9
8.5
5.8
7.9
9 6
7.8

1
1
1

1
2
1
1
1

1
1

1

1
2
1
12

23

1
1

1
4
i

5

10

15

1

1
3
1
8

2
4

1
1

3
2 1

1

2
1

5

4
2

1

4
5
1
2

1
1
1

7

5

1

3
1

4
3

5
1
1
1
1
2

1

2
1

1
5

1

1
2

1
2

1
1
2

1
2

3
1

3
1
4
2
5

2

5

$0,308
.429
.176
.351
.454
.315
.653
2
.413
.372
.650
.378
.427
2

!
1
I
........1
........
j

i
2 ■ . . j ____ i____
1
4
3
1 1
8
3

.423

1
1

2

43

100

7.8

10

2

2

6

25

24

17

12

1 j

1

1

139

273

8.6

14

4

8

14

38

52

50

78

10 |

5

.405




2

1
8

2
I
I

1

2

2

2

2

1
___ 1
I

1
4

11
1

5
1

16

14

29

1
3

1

6

2 1

8

1

2

i

1
1

9

3

1

2

8 ....... j........
3
4
3 1 1

..

3

5

2
7

8
11

2

[
4
1

7

1

2
1

1
1

3

1
2

1

1
3 1 2
1
____ 1
____
........
1
5 1

2

1

..

i
i

1
!

3

.3

1

1
2
2

.457

Grand total............

..

5

.325
.458
.266
.514
.507
.643
.389
.330
.644
.432
.378

Total........................

1

4

___ i

5
1

STATISTICS,

1

3
2
3
2
3
2
7
8
6

2

3

12

16

32

23

10

2

7

20

65

46

79

29

18

4

LABOR

6
9.0
5 10.0
4
6.9
8
8.3
8
9.3
3
8.0
7
7.7
12
9.6
G 7.6
7
7.9
10
9.9
6
6.8

O
F

5
2
3
5
2
3
4
4
3
2
5
4

BUREAU

Total........................
One month:
Alabama........
California .
Florida........................
Idaho........................ l
Montana. .
Oregon ...................... I
Pennsylvania.............. 1
Texas..............
W ashington...............
West Virginia............
Other States..............

THE

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Arkansas....................
California.........
Georgia.......................
Michigan....................
Minnesota.............
Mississippi.................
Oregon........................
Pennsylvania............
Texas.
................
Washington...............
Wisconsin..................
Other States..............

1

MACHINERY.
,26lfZl

MALES.

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­
age
ber Num­ hours
of ber of work­
4
5
6
8
7
9
10
11
estab­ em­
ed
2
lish­ ploy- per Un­ and and and and and and and and 1
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week 4. der der der der der der
der der over.
day.
5.
7.
8.
9.
6.
10. 11. 12.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked wereAver­
age
earn­
65
55
70
80
60
ings
30 35 40 45 50
90
$1
per Un- and and and and and and and and and and cts. and SI. 25
hour der- un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and un­ and
der der der der der der der der der der un­
work­ 30
der
65
70
80
90 der $1.25 over.
60
cts. 35 40 45 50 55
ed.
cts. Cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. SI.

ASSEM BLERS.

2
2
2
2
6
5
9

37
14
7
48
63
29
56

8.1
8.1
9.1
7.6
8.0
7.5
8.2

18
4
17
17

1
25
18
7
12

32
1
10

9

1
1

1
3
2
2

11

62

92

61

3
1

12
4
3
20

29
15
6
40

7
33
8
4

3
12
1

52

16

28

254

8.0

6

3

8

3
2
2
5

58
76
19
71

7.9
8.7
8.5
7.8

2
2

3

2

1

1
4
1
1

Total......................

12

224

8.2

6

4

7

7

39

90

40

478

8.1

12

7

15

18

101

182

.....

113

26

1

2

.648
.720
.838
.800

1

.737

1

2

1
2

.650

40

23

22

2
1

4

3
7
8 21 18
5
2
4 ‘n ’ 7

.574

15

15

39

40

21

10
2

1

1

2

1
3
3
4
11
1

5

1

7

3

3

3

14

11

2

1

2
14

18

1
1

2

4

18

6

16

22

4

50

15

2

3
5

6
2

24
8

6
8

9

8

3

3

3

14
26
3
8

3
13
7
8

6
8
2

2
1
18

4

9

12

16

11

35

17

51

31

16

21

4

49

35

38

17

51

39

55

81

31

23

4

369




SO 905
.
.551
.416
.584
.458
.462
1
.559

10

1
4

.................

Grand total...........

1

29

1
3
2
1
4

Two weeks and one-half
month:
California...................
Illinois............. .........
Washington..............
Other States............

Total

1
12
5

6
2

MACHINEBY.

One week:
California...................
Illinois........................
Iowa...........................
Massachusetts...........
Missouri .................
New York.................
Other States............

370

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

BL ACK SM IT H S*
One week:
Alabama and Georgia
Connecticut.............
Delaware and Mary­
land *......................

7.0
7.7
7.8
8.7
8.3
8.4

Indiana.............

Illinois........................
Iowa...........................
Kentucky and West
Virginia.................
Maine, New Hamp­
shire, Vermont___
Massachusetts..........
Michigan...................
Missouri.....................
New Jersey............I
New York.................
Oregon.......................
Pennsylvania........
Rhode Island...........
Other States............
Total.......................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
California..................
Colorado....................
Illinois........................
Michigan....................
Minnesota................
Ohio...........................




$0,854
.665

2
2
2

1

5

8.5

1

7.3

.790
*810

2
1
1
1

8.7
9.1

.643
.610

8.0
7.6

6
6

179

7.6
6.5

8.9
7.2

8.2
10.0

1

.m

39

44

.685
.659
.655
.554
.560
.604
.617

4

3

1

2

7

1

1
2
3
1 *****
1
2
2
2
2
3

2
1

8

2

2
1

9

1
1
1

14

23

14

13

26

28

1

2
3

1
2

2
1
2

3
3

1
1

1

1

.597
.615
.475
.654
.591

7.8
7.5
6.7
6.5

5

1
1
3
1

1

1

1
1
2

.549

2
1

1
2

1
1
1

.506
.677

1
1

1

1

1

2
2
3
4

I
1

1

1

2

3

1

4

2

1

1

" -ii
1
3
4

1
1

2

2
1

2
1
4
2
5

1
i
13
14
3

1

40

6

2
1
1
1

1

O TE BEA
F H
U E U O L B R STATISTICS,
F AO

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
55
ings
65
70
60
80
90
30 35 40 45 50
per Un­ and and and and and and and and and and ets. $1
$1.25
hovtf der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un* un­ un* un­ and and
der der der der der der der der def der un­ def and
wop>
over*
cts. 35 40 45 50 55
60
65
80
90 der
70
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1. $1,25

BU
LLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
hours
ber
of ber of work­
8
9
em­
4
5
11
7
10
6
estab­
ed
2
lish­ ploy- per Un­ and and and and and and and and 1
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ unj un-' and
week 4.
ments
der der der der der der der der over.
day.
11. 12.
5.
6.
9.
10.
7.
8.

Other States............

i4
3
4
5

Total.......................

132

107

Grand total

1 98

286

........

34
5
12
18

8.2
7.3
8.1
7.5

1
?
5
9

6

6

.697
.923
. 561
.631

9

1
1

3

4

2
1
2
6

10
1

3

3
1

1
1

4

2

8.0

10

1

1

8.1

10
3
9
3

13
1
1
6
23

34

28

7

4

.649

1

3

5

17

12

20

21

16

4

4

a

1

13

62

102

72

10

4

.671

3

10

19

40

26

33

47

44

44

10

7

3

2

2
3

3

2
1
3

12

1

8

2
3

2

1
2

2
1

5
1

1

1

B L A C K S M IT H S ’ H E L P E R S .
i
One week:
Alabama and Georgia

3
3

9
8

10.2
6.9

3
2
6

14
4
11

7.7
9.4
7.9

4

4

8.6

4
3
4
5
10
2
3
2
5

24
11
9
18
50
30
5
2
16

7.7
7.5
7.8
7.9
7.8
7.3
8.9
9.1
7.6

1

1

3

6

5

3
2
1

.............

59

215

7.9

1

8

13

14

49

90

34

Two weeks and one-half
month:
California...............
Colorado....................
Illinois.................
Michigan..
Minnesota. . . .
Ohio...........................
Pennsylvania........
Washington...........
Wisconsin..........
Other States. .

2
3
2
2
2
3
14
'2
4
4

28
6
2
9
12
16
39
5
23
20

6.9
6.5
7.4
7.7
8.1
9.6
8.1
7.4
8.6
8.4

2
1

3
1

1
1
1

3

9

9
2

2
1

1

1
1
1
3
1
11
9

Delaware and Mary­
land

1

1

2
5

8
1
1

3 SO.491
.483

1

2

1
1
1
2
1
1

8

2

2
7

6

1
4
1
6
2
16

3
4

1
1
1

8
1

1

6

2
1

3
3

1

1
2

2
2

3

1

.526
.409
.456

1

.387

1

1

8
5
6
4
35
6
2

4
1
1
6
6

2

12
4

1

2

1
7
1
18
3
14
5

2

2

.445
.457
.516
.445
.557
.620
.491
.390
.558

1

3

3

1
2

1
2

2
2

2
4

2

160

8.0

9

7

4

8

27

60

29

7

8

1

7.9

10

15

17

22

76

150

63

10

8

4

36

8
5
1
2

1

.494

375

38

.507

5

1
13
24

1

4

1

5

2

44

25

40

6

7

1

2

1

5

7

1

1

1

6

‘ io’
33
2
3
11
9
3
6

1

13
1
2

2

16

1

1
7
5
3
2
3

-

1
8

1
2

- i

* Includes 1 establishment with monthly pay roll.

3

65

43

21

12

4

5

7

1

1

17 103

79

65

37

44

11

14

1

1

371

128
187

i
i
i

2
1
1
6
5

3

i

1
1

.620
.449
.461
.446
.487
.499
.449
.504
.445
.503

Grand total........

*16’

1

8
2
4
3
1 .....
4
3
17

3

.515

Total.....................




2
1

.

Total

1

3

MAOHIKfiSY.

Illinois........................
Kentucky and West
Virginia............. .
Maine, New Hamp­
shire, Vermont. . . .
Massachusetts
Missouri
........
New Jersey
.....
New York
........
Oregon
.....
Pennsylvania
. .
Rhode Island
....
Other States

1

3
3

372

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES— Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

55
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

2

3
1

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1.

$1
and $1.25
nn- and
der over.
$1.25

THE

30 35 40 45 50
U n­ and and and and and
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
30 der der der der der
cts. 35 40 45 50 55
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber ber o f 1tours
of
11
5
6
7
8
9
10
em­ work­
4
estab­
ed
12
lish­ ploy- per U n­ and and and and and and and and and
un­
der un­ un­ un­ un­
week 4. der der der der un­ un­ un­ der over.
ments
der der der
day.
5.
6.
7.
9.
8.
10. 11. 12.

BORING M IL L M E N .

3
1

276

2

8
14

2

3

8.4

7

3

8.5
8.2
7.9
9.8
7.8

1

2

3
1

4

9

11

30

111

71

1
1

3
7
1
14

5

2
1
3

1
2

1

6
2
1
9
1

3

3
2

2 $0.537
.544

1
1

.573

1

1

1

7
5

2

7
29
8
29
1
2
15

3
1

2
5

7

1
1

3

9.2
48

10
11

4
2
20

1
12
21

1
3

.621

1

4
12

.443
.601
.747
.668
.643
.750
.546
.659

l |

3

7

.740
.598
.612
.673
.628

5
5

2
8

2

1

1

1

8

9

1
2
3
9

1
6

3
8

2
4

3

4

32

32

31

28

29

18

1

1

2
3

1
2
3
1
3

1
1
3
1
3

7
5

8
5

2

1

2

4
1
6

1
3
4

8
5

2 ___

3

5

2
1

2
1
2
9

9
10
5
20
1

14

2

4

7
1
1
10

4

55

36

6

3

2

1
2
1

4

2

1

2

STATISTICS.




8.0
7.4
8.1
8.4
7.9
7.7

5

1

8.9

2

LABOR

Two weeks and one-half
month:
California............
Colorado...................
Illinois......................
Michigan..................
Minnesota................

1

3
1

O
F

Total.....................

8.5

BUREAU

One week:
Indiana....................
Illinois......................
Kentucky and West
V irginia...............
Maine, New Hamp­
shire, V erm o n t...
Massachusetts........ .
Missouri...................
New Jersey..............
New York.............. .
Oregon.................... .
Rhode Island..........
Other States............

Wisconsin.................
Other States............

3
17

18
96

9 .3
8.4

2

1

1
4

5

6

1
16

5
29

Total.....................

121

164

8.4

3

8

5

7

22

64

Grand total...........

169

440

8.4

10

11

14

18

52

178

5
16

4
11

1
6

1
1

1

.576
.824

1

5
4

3
6

1
7

3
8

2
8

2
16

11

18

7

2

.741

1

4

10

12

21

18

19

25

18

99 ~~39

14

5

.666

5

36

42

46

49

47

37

80

54

14

4

5

2

1

1

15

8

5

2

19

13
19

19
21

4

1

21

1 |
12

28

4
4

CH IPPE R S.

One week:
All States.................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States.................
T o ta l..... ..............

11

28

7.6

5

54

8.6

16

82

8.1

1

3
1

1

1

7

1

9

4

2

1

$0,429

3

7

13

9

8

9

4

.507

11

5

6

14

14

1 18

12

14

25

20

1

.480

2

*0

6

1

1
3 I

1

1

1

i

1

1

1

1

1

CRANE O PERATO RS.

2
2

5
3

11.1
8.7

3
3
3
2
6
2
8

12
7
5
5
17
10
47

7.8
11.6
8.6
8.7
7.8
9.6
8.5

3

1
1

1

1

8

1
1

1
1

2

1
1
3

3
2
5

1

15

4

i

2

1

1

3

2

6

8

57

10

1
1

1

2
3
6
5
31

2
1

2

Total..................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
California..............
Colorado....
Illinois......................
Michigan...................
Minnesota................
Ohio.........................
Pennsylvania...........
Wisconsin................
Other S ta tes.. . .

31

111

8.8

2
2
3
2
2
2
i3
3
3

6
2
9
2
9
14
66
13
11

9.1
7.9
9.9
9.9
8.8
8.0
9.5
9.9
10.8

Total.....................

122

132

9.4

3

1

1

4

Grand total.......

153

243

9.1

4

3

1

10




3

2

1

2
1

1

1

4

3

1 $0.525
.677

1
•3

.549
.442
.440
.486
.516
.577
.574

8

.545

3

1
4
1
1

1

6
4
12
5
1

4
1
1
7
15
2
1

10
4
3

11
7
2
3 ***3

.506
.425
.500
.529
.487
.525
.551
.410
.560

8

31

33

23

17

11

.523

16

88

43

38

21

19

.533

1
1
4

1 Includes 1 establishment with monthly pay roll.

1
5

7
2
4
14

3
2
8

3

1
1
1

3

2

28

15

4

4

4

2

1

1
3
1
5

"6

2

3

3

2

1
1
3
6

2

6

14

16

16

1
4

1

2

1

4
2

2

MACHINERY.

One week:
Alabama and Geor­
gia .........................
California..................
Delaware and Mary­
land.......................
Indiana.....................
I llin o is .................
New Jersey..............
New Y o r k ..
. .
Pennsylvania..........
Other States.........

3

2
2

’T
6
4
13
6
7
2
2

2
1
7
11
2
2

2
9

1
1
1
16

4

3

26

22

28

19

2 ~12 ~40~ 38

44

47

1

1

3
2
6

1

4

22

5

3

37

9

7

1

3

1
4

3

1

374

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALE S—Continued.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

30 35 40 45 50
U n­ and and and and and
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
.30 der der der der der
cts. 35 40 45 50 55
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

55
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
ahd
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1.

$1
and #1.25
Ud­ ahd
der over.
$1.25

THE

D IE SIN K E R S A N D T O O L M A K E R S.

TFot&l
• ••«•••
Two weeks and one-half
month:
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flAlnrftrin
Tllinrnd
pftnn BvlvnTiift




8.7
8.1
7.5

2
5
4
2

2
44
8
13

7.7
8.7
9.2
8.8

2

4

8.9

2
2
3
2
7
2
3
3

17
19
19
5
36
19
15
16

7.1
7.9
7.7
8.7
7.6
9.2
8.8
8 .2

2

45

241

8.2

7

3
2
2
3
12
3 ,

14
7
7
19
56
10

7 .8
7.1
8.9
8.2
9.7
8.4

1
1

1

1

1
3

1

1
1
3
1

3
11
5
1
27
1

4

1

1
3

1
4

1

12

j

18

3
3

1

4
3

1
2

2
5
1

2

45

2
4

1
20
1

3
8
3
| ..... .....

1
1
4

4
1
5

1

3
4
4
9
5

10
2

1

113
4

5
2
1

,56'4
.667
.708
.694
.777
.842
.579
.691

25

3
3
7
10
2

§

3

11

6
1

1
5

.582

1

1

8
2

2

4
2
4
2
12
2

Q

1

3

2
2
4

8
9
10
3
20
6
1
8

3
3

%

1

.775
.675
.024
.517

x

8

3
2

$0,781
.897
.727

7
2
1

5

1

1
1
1

3
11

1

1

1

1
13
1

11

5

1

.696
.759
,659
.611
.754
.771
. 565

1

1
1

1

2
3
8

5
g

19

31

1
1
1
5

4

2
1
1
3

I
s

4
3
3
1
2
2 .....
5
1

8
2
15
4
1
5

1
3
16
7

21

26

72

42

10
2
2
10
21

4

3
4

3
2
1
7
1

i
5

1

4

6
16

14

1

4

1

STATISTICS,

OthAt fttafpQ

4
12
8

O LABOR
S'

T DT
flfO T
. .
*N Vrrrtr
f
__
Ohio * . *<♦

2
2

2

BUREAU

One week:
Alabama and Geor­
gia
............
California
........
Cojtuiecticut..............
Delaware and Mary­
land
..
T w atW
tH
....
Tllfrtfrio
....
Iowa................. .
Kentucky and West
Virginia.................
Maine, New Hamp­
shire, V erm ont....
Massachusetts.. . . . . .

O
F

Avferago
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
lcKJality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period Were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber ber of hdurs
work­
of
em­
4
6
8
9
10. 11
estab­ ploy­ ed Un­ and 5 and 7
and
and and and and and 12
lish­
per
ees. week der un­ tm- un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ uti- ahd
ments
day. 4. der der der der der der der der ov6r.
5.
7.
8.
9
6.
10. 11. 12.

.......

4

19

8.0

2

Total.....................

i 19

132

8; 8

7

1

1

Grand to ta l..........

i 64

373

8.4

14

5

13

Other States

1
.......1 1
1
14
7
18

39

8

8

37

38

16

11

150

78

34

16

1

,720 S il. , iis
<70$

1

1

8

4

6

4

11

11

20

49

20

4

1

28

42

38

46

121

68

18

2

58

1

4

9

.648
5

55

20

57

22

D U IL L -P R E S S M EN *
Orte ^efek:
Alabama and Geor­
gia .. ...................
California. . .
Connecticut.

0.3
7.7
8.9

$0.429
702
51 *

12
38
69
16

8.9
8.7
8.5
9.2

564
43$
461

6

Oregofi.....................
Petihsylvania..........
Khode Island..........
Washington.............
Other States. . .......

18
18
18

2
5
6
2

Jhirfc* V erm ont.. . .
Massachusetts..........
Misjsburi...................

3
3
2

12

8.6

42?

4
2
8
3
10
2
2
3
2
3

90
35
53
19
65
31
15
26
15
23

8.1
7.3
8.1
8.0
8.0
t.8
8.6
8.2
7.1
7.2

Total.....................

Total.....................
Grand total..........




12

573

Two weeks and one-half
month:
California.................
Colorado...................
Illindis.. ...................
Michigan.................
Minnesota................
Oregon......................
Pennsylvania..........
Washington.............
Wisconsin................
Other States.......... .

40

m

40

203

172

25

.493

6.8
6.5
9.0
9 3
7*4
8.1
8.3
9.1
8.9
9.3

116

.523
490

i 542

.511
.637
1706
. 626
.744
.448

i 30
36

35

62

126

336

17

.560

133
995

10

285

57

21

8

.522

20
10

27

1 Includes 1 establishment with monthly pay roll.

17

30

61

94 177 188

151

124

85

17

11

376

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALE S—Continued.

were—

90
cts. $1
and and $1.25
un­ and
un­ der
der $1.25 over.
$1.

Two weeks and one-half
month:
California.................
Colorado..................
Illinois.....................
Michigan..................
Minnesota................




2
3
1

1
2
8
0
6
8
5
8.9
7.8

1
2
2

1
5
1
2

1

1

9

1
1
5
1

2
1
8
1

1
2
4

2

20
44
72
14
431
65
13
76
54

8.3
9.3
8.5
10.1

1
11
1

9.2
7.5
10.0
8.0

16
38
38

17
28
31
7

4
19
3
7

14
3

$0,609
.503
.547
1
.528

3

15

2

18

3

2

18
5
3
47
9

7
6
6
40
12
6
1

4
14

78

41
1
1
4

13

2
17
52
9
272
10
5
44

30

62

121

518

163

1
3

1
5
10

5

9

29
1
49 1 2

3
2
2

1

2
3
11

9
36

5
1

.563
.493
.495
.705
.643
.668
.645
.556
.705

29

.618

4

.663
.630
.564
.667
.682

6
32
21
4

14
18
23
1

13
4
11

5
1
3

7
3
3

13

6

8

7

5

5

8
20
2

9
2
5

2
5

1

14
4
4

22
12
2
1

1
4
3
6
35
18
1
16

*6
32
8
1
11

49
2
267
19
2
19

20

62 116

107

108

119

77

376

7

2
5

1
7

7

14

4
2
1
11

4
6
5
2
11

7
4
1

37
2
9

44
13
5

1

2

3

20

1

8
1

2

2

1
15

2

1

4
14
5

1

4
25

1,077

6

2
8

1
1

3

1
1

15

16

3
7

5

2

1
1

8
4

1

85

4

3

1
6

2

1

2

13

11

1

2

53
2

2
2

STATISTICS,

Total.....................

45
149
81
19

O LBR
F AO

One week:
Connecticut.............
Indiana....................
Illinois......................
Iowa.........................
Kentucky and West
Virginia.................
Maine, New Hamp­
shire, V erm ont..
Massachusetts..........
Missouri..................
N ew Jersey............
New Y ork..............
Pennsylvania.........
Rhode Island.........
Other States.......... .

BUREAU

FITT E R S.

O TE
F H

Em ployees whose earnings per hour worked
Aver­
age
earn­
55
60
65
70
80
ings
30 35 40 45 50
per U n­ and and and and and and and and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un* un­ un­ un­ un­ u n ­
work­ 30 der der der der der der der der der der
60
65
ed. cts, 35 40 45 50 55
80
90
70
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber ber of hours
work­
of
4
8
9
5
11
7
estab­ em­ ed Un­ and and 6 and and and 10
ploy­ per
and
and and' 12
lish­ ees.
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
week 4. der der der der der der der der over.
ments
day.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.

Pennsylvania
Wisconsin.............
Other States............

12
4
5

202
57
45

8.3
8.7
9.0

12
3
1

Total..................

122

448

8.4

22

Grand total..........

176

1525

8.4

47

9
3

13
28

8
x

29
3
8

46
14
7

40
12
20

35
18
5

10
3
4

3

11

16

58

132

106

66

17

41

78

179

650

269

144

53

10

.614
.564
.731

4
2

22
4
1

47
18
3

33
15
6

38
14
5

20
3
7

13
1
3

16

4

7

.626

22

34

82

76

75

58

40

46

11

4

36

.623

189

184

194

135

416

131

15

7

2

1

1

14

15
1

2

4

2

3

15

84 150

2
3
3

9
6
6

11
14
4

1
14
6

1

17

5

F I T T E R S , SE C O N D C L A S S .
One week:
Indians*,

24
41
20

8.3
8-8
9-3

3

13

8.4

1
1

1
2
1
2

1

3
2
1

8
9
2

3
21
12

3
3
3

2
2
1

1 $0,387
.441
.406

1

4

2

2

1

.461

1

5

3

4

3
7

22
7
.18
1
2
3
5

16
5
3

16
12
11

1
2
7

1
3

2

3
11

14

1

1
1

1
2
8

1

7
3
12

1
1
3
1
7

8

.407
.413
.458
.534
.573
.434
.487

15

6

4

7

5

.458

2

11

48

87

56

33

18

19

6

2

3

1
3

.474
.682
.658
.455
.529

2

3
2
7
38
28

1
5
3
8
25

1
7
4
8
20

3
2

1

12
6

2
1
6
28
19

11

6

4

3

21

56

78

42

40

16

7

18

19

2

4

2

69 143 134

75

58

35

13

19

19

2

4

2

2
2
7
2
4
2
6

34
20
28
3
39
7
52

8.3
7.6
8.4
8-5
7.4
9-5
7.7

2

2
1
1

1

1

2

7

5

8

1

3

2

1

5
3
6
2
21
3
20

Total.....................

40

281

8.2

15

4

10

19

23

83

96

19

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Colorado...................
Illinois......................
Minnesota................
Wisconsin................
Other States............

2
3
2
4
14

7
54
30
96
122

6.6
8.9
7.5
8.5
8.2

1
1
3
2
13

1
5
7

1
2
4
4
7

4
2
3
4
15

1
10
15
38
21

35
4
27
24

4
13
21

Total.....................

U5

309

8.3

20

13

2

18

28

85

90

38

11

4

155

590

8.3

35

17

12

37

51

168

186

57

18

9

.503

1

.544

Grand total...........




1
2
1

1
1

2

2

11

1

4
2

15

1

1

MACHINERY,

Iowa.........................
Kentucky and West
Virginia.................
Maine, New Hamp­
shire, Vermont___
Massachusetts..........
Missouri...................
New Jersey..............
New York................
Rhode Island...........
Other States.........

5
5
2

2
3

1

iIncludes 1 establishment with monthly pay roll.

CO

-a

878

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES— C o n tin u e d .

6
7
12

8.0
7.5
8.9

1

3

1

3
7

2

1
1

21

$0,572
.579
.480

1

9
3

2

2

1

1

3

4

12

1

1

1
3

5
2

3

2

1

.431
.719
.54g

1

4

17

30

2

2

.522

2
1
2
4

3
2
4

1
5

1

1
I

6

Total.....................

19

64

8.2

Two w s ahd one-half
efek
m ohth:
Q&Hftjftlia.................
IlM s is......................
Minnesota................
Other States.............

2
2
2
M

2
5
8
22

8.2
9.4
8.3
9.4

i

i

1

2
1

3

2

Total.....................

no

37

9.1

1

1

1

1

3

9

4

6

4

i

.& i

Grand total..........

129

101

8.5

4

4

3

2

7

26

39

8

G

2

. 5G2




1

2

1
1
8

3

1
2
1

1

1
2

1

1

1

4
2

2
1

12

4

6

2

6

3

1
1

4
1

2
2
3

2

1

2

3

7

4

2

1589
.626
.517
.678

3

11

3

5

7

4

4

8

14

15

17

ii

10 ,

6

14

STATISTICS,

2
4
6

1
2

LABOR

6.5
8.5
8.3

O
F

2
3
34

B-UREAV

2
2
3

THE

One week:
Connecticut;............
..............
Illitidis..:.................
M&ine; New Hamp­
shire, Vermont. .. .
New r o t k . i . ; .........
other states.. : .......

O
F

GEAR C U T T E R S .

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
Totality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Aver­
age
Num- Num­ age
bef
eartihours
of ber of work
60. 65
70
80, 90
30 35 40 45 80, 55
9
4
5
ii
7. 8
10
estab­ em­
and and c t s .
pbf Wil­ and ahd ahd ahd and and arid and v
ed
12
lish­ ploy­ per Uii- and and and and and and arid and and hour der Un­ un­ un­ un­ un- un- UIl- un- 'un­ un­ and and $1.25
ees*
un­ and
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ bvei\ w o r k ­
ments
week 4. der der der der der der de? der
30 der de* der der d ^f def dej* def der der Ud­ der O ver;
65
70
90 der $1.25
ed. ets. 35 40 45 50 55
60
80
dayi
7.
6.
8.
9.
5.
id. U. 12.
ets. e ts . cts. cts. CtSi cts* CtSi CtSi cts, CtS; $1.
)

1
12

1

3

4

1

4 .......
7 j-

GRINDERS.
j
One week:

:

New York .
Rhorfe T^Mnd

, ,

8
6
25
16

8 .5
8 .2
8 .9
9 .2

1

4
4
3
6
2
3

20
8
13
28
12
24

8 .3
8 .2
7 .6
7.1
8 .8
8 .0

4
1
1

160

8 .2

2

2
2
2
3

13
4
22
16
71

8 .1
8 .0
9 .1
8 .5
8 .0

3

1
2

4

5

4

4

5

7

6

15

1 ;

Colorado
Illinois........
Wisconsin.................
Other States

15

Total.....................

*1 4

126

147

286

8 .2

2

10

1

8 .3

Grand total. .

4
1

1

1

G

4

1

13
12

3

9
,
9

10
4
8

$0,5 47
.4 5 0
.4 7 2
.4 5 5

1

3

1

.4 4 6
.5 2 5
.4 2 6
.6 6 7
. 446
.4 7 9

7

3

.5 0 2

7
3
5

1

2

26

15

1

2

85

22

4

2

.5 3 3

3

1
7

8
2
5
2
35

8
8
7

10

52

13 | 39

94

6 | 29

1
2
!

j

2
1

8
2
2
1
2
2

1

.571

59

1 14

1
3

.5 4 2
.4 8 0
.5 1 2
.4 5 1
.6 2 7

42

1

8

!

7

2

]

1
5
R
9

14
3
3

3

Two weeks and one-half
month:
California.

1
1

1
1
1

1
1
3
1

2
2
6
5

1
2
7
3

2
1
6
5

1
1
10

3

4

2

1
2
1

2

1

1

1

3
1
1

%

....

2

1
8

1

1

1

40

29

28

9

5

4

16

3
1
3
3
13

2
1
7
2
8

2
2
8
3
11

1

3

2
1
5

1
6

1
6

7

7

5

3

6

23

20

26

9

10

7

10

7

5 !

3

27

63

49

54

18

15

11

26

12

5

3

1

1

1

1

4

2

8

1
5
2
2

2
2

7
2

4
2

1

10

6

8

21

6

1

2

.....

1

14

3

5

2

MACHINERY,

3
2
3
3

33

Tmlifwa . .........
Illinois . . .
Iowa .
Maine, New Hamp­
shire, Vermont___
Missouri....................

1

H A M M E R S M IT H S (B R A D L E Y ), S T E A M A N D DROP

One week:
Illinois......................
Maine, New Hamp­
shire, V ermont___
New Y ork..
Oregon......................
Other States............

2

6

8 .7

2
2
2
2

27
16
4
2

8 .5
7 .9
7 .6
7 .8

I
1

Total.....................

10

55

8 .3

2

i

2
3

1

4
20
14

4
1

35

.6 2 4
.6 2 8
.9 6 0
.8 5 9

1

11

$0-732

3

7

4

5

29

8 .2

3

4

18

4

15

84

8 .2

5

15

53

11

.7 9 6




!

2
2

1

1

2
1
4

1

6

2

7

3

.

1

1

4

5

I

4

2

1

4

2

3

4

8

4

4

6

14

8

9

10

4

10

7

8

1.034

Grand total..........

6

4

.6 7 0

Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States.................

1

1
1

1 Includes 1 establishment with monthly pay roll.

380

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY ANP EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALE S—Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
55
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1.

$1
and $1.25
un­ and
der over.
$1.25

THE

30 35 40 45 50
U n­ and and and and and
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un ­
30 der der der der der
cts. 35 40 45 50 55
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
AverNum­ Num­ age
ber ber of hours
of
em- work­
4
5
6
7
8
9
11
10
estab­
ed
lish­ ploy- per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments
week 4. der der der der der der der der over.
day.
9.
8.
10. 11. 12.
5.
6.
7.

H AN D YM E N , H O O K E R S-O N , A N D P A IN T E R S.

1
8

3

21
27
47
14

6.8
9.6
8.0
9.3

1
6
14
9

14

9.5

567

3 $0,373
.647
.476

7
3
2

8
2

1

4

1

2

1

3

***9 *'*1
16
1
13
5
3
5
1
13
2
2
8.3

16

48

1

1
1

3

24

9

8

122

1
3

.530
.415
.448
.390
.415
.448
.469
.500
.469
.510
.641
.518
.441
.569
.509
.490

STATISTICS.

64

5
1

23

45
33
45
44
108
41
18
22
15
35

6

LABOR




10.7
8.6
9.2

O
F

T o ta l.................

17
7
14

BUREAU

One week:
Alabama and Georgia
California.................
Connecticut.............
Delaware and Mary­
land ......................
Indiana....................
Illinois......................
Iowa.........................
Kentucky and West
Virginia................
Maine, New Hamp­
shire, Vermont—
Massachusetts—
Missouri..............
New Jersey.........
New Y ork...........
Oregon.................
Pennsylvania —
Rhode Island--W ashington........
Other States.......

13

32 123 148

133

31

Two weeks and one-hali
month:
California. . .
Colorado.................
Illinois...............
Michigan.,.......
Minnesota ___
Ohio.. .

1
3
21

1
3

3

1
1

10

9

?1

5
10

1
1

3

1
1

18

6
22
6
6
27
16
64
5
16
6

8.1

44

18

19

33

84

174

8.2

60

33

33

79

158

373

3
3
3
2
2
2
i4
3
4
5

22
43
27
10
55
57
256
17
42
64

7.9
7.v
4
9.2
8.3
8.0
8.5
8.0
8.1
8.4
8.1

Total.....................

131

593

Grand to ta l..........

i 95

1,160

Pennsylvania.. .
Washinpftnn _____

Wisconsin
Other States___

1
3

1
1

1
1
2

2

5
15
2
4
2
35
3

2
1
11

2

2

2
2
1
3
25

2

12

7

3
2

2
11

1
6

.462
.445
.483
.526
.514
.506
.538
.620
.449
.484

136

40

29

16

258

88

53

25

.500

1

11

13
2
68

12
20
4
2
13
25
58

5
9

18
3

12
11

3
3
5
7
12
23
57
4
3
14

10

32 135 157

131

67

24

6

16

8

23

64 258 305

264

126~

55

13

24

12

2

1

2

1

1

1

2

1

2

1

1

1 I

1

2

.510

*i5
30
52
6
13
6

2

2

4

3

3

2

1

1 '

1

1

7

1

3

2

1

1

2

3

3

1

3

1

1

1

1

8

3

6

5

2

3

1

1

1

•

6

1

9

3

6
18
7

2
1
1
10
6
27
4
2
9

1
2
1
10
3
"j-

3
1

4

3
1
1

2
5

8

1

7

4

1

7

4

1

8

4

2

HARDENERS.

3

10

9.3

1

Total.....................

10

19

9.0

1

7

9

8.6

2

2

5
6

3

.753

2

2

11

3

1

.673

Iso. 584

2

MACHINERY.

One week:
All States.................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States.................

H EATERS.

One week:
All States.................
Two weeks and one-half,
month:
All States.................
Total....................

18

9.7

4

17

9.0

10

35

9.4

1
1
3 |

3

10

4

6

5

1

4

9

15

4

i

1 $0,495
1

.668

1

2

.579

1

1

2

1

3

1

i Includes 1 establishment with monthly pay roll.

381




6

382

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

30 35 40 45 50
Un­ and and and and and
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
30 der der der der der
cts. 35 40 45 50 55
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

55
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

65
and
un*
der
70
cts.

$1
70
80
90
and and cts. and $1.25
un* un* and un­
and
der der u n ­ der o v e r .
80
90 der Si. 25
cts. cts. 11.

THE

IN SPEC TO R S AN D T E S T E R S .

9.1
8.3

2
2
3
4
2
8

25
7
11
9
25

8.7
6.3
9.6
7.8
9.0
8.6

9

11
3

1
1

4

1
1
2

1

1
1

4

1

2
1

3
1
2

11

12
4

9
17

9
1
1
3

14

10
2

11

2

1

1

2

9

41

64

14

14

16

4

1
12
3
9
44

2
5
1
2
15

1
2
7

1
4

1

22
5

11
1

14

14
1

4

13
1

6
3
1

1

1
5
22

1
1
i

1
1

1
3
1
2

15

1
6
1

T

4

3

2
2

22

47

30

28

2

5

*3
1

4
1

4
5
5
15

1
10
1
23

1
1
39

4

7
1

2

2

1

1
3

i

1

1

4

3

11

3

9

3

1

1
1
2

2
4
2

1
3
1

2

2

Total.....................

28

191

8.7

16

Two weeks and one-half
month:
California. . .
Illinois.
. .
Ohio
. .
Wisconsin. . . .
Other States............

3
2
3
2
13

5
26
22
14
168

9.9
9.6
9.3
8.9
8.2

4

1
12

2

5

15

17

1
2
48

31

26

12

14

2

4

T otal .................

1 13

235

8.5

17

2

5

15

22

55

69

25

16

9

*557

1

6

10

29

35

41

34

30

20

19

4

6

Grand to ta l..........

141

426

8.6

33

4

9

26

31

96

133

39

30

25

,526

1

21

32

76

65

69

56

41

23

28

7

7




4

..... .....

.486

<659
.571
.505
,391
.573

1

STATISTICS,

1

11

8
1
8
7

5
9
1

.474
.512
<488
.540
.438
.569

1
2
2

1

1
11

16 10,499
.385

LABOE

76
29

O
F

3
4

BUEEAU

Onfe week:
Indiana....................
Illinois......................
Maine* New Hamp­
shire, Vermont___
Michigan.. . . . . . . . . .
Missouri...................
ItfteW York................
Rhode Island. . . . __
Other States............

O
F

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
hours
work­
4
5
6
7
11
8
9
10
ed
12
per Un* and and and and and and and and and
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
week 4.
der der der der der der der der over,
day.
5.
6.
7.
8*
9.
10, 11* 12.

BULLETIN

r-foil period and
locality.

Num­ Num­
ber ber of
of
estab­ em­
lis h ­ ploy*
ments

LABORERS.

3
4
3

44
75
44

9.6
7.7
8.2

4

1

2
2
1

2
15
4

12
1

2
5
8
4

17
145
172
38

7.6
9.0
8.7
8.4

1
8
4
1

1
m
4
i

4
1

2
6
1

4
i3
20
6

7

49

8.6

2

1

2

4

4
3
9
5

8.6
7.1
7.6
8.7
7.6
7.1
8.9
9.0
7.9

1
11
9
6
17
1
3
2
i

2
9
3
i
1
1

?
5
3
3
10
1
i

9
,
n

3
3
4

59
126
127
91
285
27
05
79
46

16
7
2
1
6

4
55
8
4
51
10
3
4
7

81

1,489

8.5

7i

36

88

Two Weeks ahd one-haif
itiafith:
California
Colorado.. .
Illinois
Michigan..
Minnesota
Oregon..
Pennsylvania. . .
Washington__
W isconsin.. . .
Othef States.............

3
2
3
2
3
2
14
3
4
5

28
23
45
21
111
9
207
30
77
164

6-9
7.2
9.7
8.4
7.6
5.0
8.2
7; 5
8.8
9.4

6
3

2

1
7
5
13
3
3
5

5

Total.....................

131

115

8.4

Grand to ta l.......... 1 112

2,204

8.5

Cels ware and Mary­
land ....... i .............
Illinois
Iowa
Kentucky and West
Virginia
Maitie, N&w fianipsnite, Vermont___
MisSofctfi ..
N&W J # sey
Ybtk ................
Ofegbja
Islatid
Othef* States..
to ta l. .




n
2

i
i

41

10

3
44
13

7
1
9

26
1
11

2

10
28

1
29
62
26

21
14

16
11

15
2

17

i5

6

1

1

9,0

138
8
21
11
21

28
10
29
3?
35

3
1
5

9
3

14
50
3

6
4
7

8
5

6
1
2
4
1

206

495

356

ioS

57

34

4
14
1
1
16
1
45
6
3
10

7
5
9
8
68
2
43
14
27
31

8
1
83
7
8
1
45
3
23
48

8
2
1

3

4

20

9

14

9

a?
64

23

9

9

1

9

1
20

11
14

5

.451
.369 ” 9 ’ 32
.392
ii
3
.361 " 3

65

9
37
60
13

7
2
7

1

6
11
7
18
45

1
1
3
4
4
15
8

2 $0,274

.5$?

2

l

.320

.4dl

3
1

11
2
i
4

.....

n

3
29

10

46

14

22

21

101

214

164

68

45

20

.435

117

50

63

109

307

709

520

173

102

54

.412

4

1
4
10
2

1
6

11

26

fl

11

12
1
6

55 16$ 498 496 14?

1

9

2
2

2
10
5

1

3

1
1
4
4

25
4
45
6

1

9

25

23

1

1

i

1

3

1

1

.396
2
5 26 19
.406
41 72
.389 ” 2 ’ 9 57 49
2
4 17 46
.417
12 110 114
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.959
.431
7 32
4
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4
18' io

.403
.392
.414
.445
.419
.556
.453
»510
.383
.445

1
2

26

.419

20
13
34
8
84

2
13
18

87
5
19
66

60
1
3
74

1

8
4

i

4

3

ii

43

28

9

5

3

1
2

3
20
7

2
5
10
7

1
1
8
3

1
j

1

13

15 100 |336 174

45

24

8

3

1

64 181 598 ,832 321

87

67

36

12

6

'a a a jiT H O ^ K

One wfeek:
Aiabania and Geor­
gia.........................
Cautoi'fiia..................

384

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were-

55
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1.

$1
and $1.25
un­ and
der over.
$1.25

THE

30 35 40 45 50
and and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der der
35 40 45 50 55
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per Unhour der
work­
ed. cts.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber ber of hours
work­
of
11
7
5
10
4
estab­ em­
ed
12
lish­ ploy* per Un­ and and and and and and and and and
un­
ments
week der un­ un­ der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ over.
4. der der
der der der der der
day.
7.
5.
10. 11. 12.

LATH E M EN , EN G IN E.

9.2
8.4
8.2

1
1
2

1
1

2
1

2
3

1
6
9

8
27
35

11
12
35

11
5
1

2

$0.542
.575
1
.530

7

1

2

51

8.5

2

1

2

1

7

18

10

201
57
8
91
44
170
4
31
69
57

8.5
7.4
7.7
8. 2
8. 2
7.7
7.6
8.4
8. 6
10.0

3

3
1

15
4

3
34
1

147

4

2
16

1
1
2

4
3
2

4

1

60

961

8.3

29

3
3
3
2
2

46
10
50
17
129

2
7.9
6.8
8.2 ' " 4
1
8.4
7.4
6

5
1
19

7
1

8

8
3

9
13

3

1

7

11

350

314

55

20

16

.570

20
3
15
6
50

7

2

1

21
5

6
3

.698
.549
.564
.630
.662

39

90

2
1

3
1
1

2

9

4

6

2
13 ” 4 9 '

12
67
15

7
13
10

29

2

4
45
3

3
26
12

1
1

4

1

1

4

1
17
1
1
2
3

1
1
5

1

1

5
9
9

3
2

23
11
24

4

6
11
1

1
4
3

.515
.452
.532
.504
.672
.614
.709
.686
.713
.482
.565

25
15
5
58
21
90
2
11
22
12

2
4-

1
2
3

15

79 147 113

2
1

2
2
5
8

22

94

114

77

84

1
6
5
18

159

STATISTICS,

6
a
2
2
10
4
8
2
2
3
5

3

LABOR




32
58
88

O
F

Total....................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
California............... .
Colorado..................
Illinois.....................
Michigan..................
Minnesota................

2
4
7

BUKEAU

One week:
Connecticut.............
Indiana....................
Illinois......................
Kentucky and West
Virginia.................
Maine, New Hamp­
shire, Vermont—
Massachusetts........
Michigan.................
Missouri..................
New Jersey............
New York..............
Oregon....................
Pennsylvania.........
Rhode Island.........
Other States...........

66

1
4
12 1

7

11

Pennsylvania...........
Wisconsin.................
Other States............

i2
3
7

147
76
71

S. 2
9.0
8.3

4
2
7

6
1

4
2

17
4

2Q
2
8

4(3
39
21

3j
10
20

11
14
5

2
2
5

1
4
1

.719
.517
.673

124793

Total......................

i 25

546

8.1

25

14

17

38

94

200

99

41

9

8

.650

Grand total..........

i 85

1,507

8.2

45

43

43

77

184

550

413

96

2.)

24

.599

2
3
1
3

10

11
3

9
25
10

7

31

71

50

70

81

61

So 178 184

144

1S4

158

145

7

b

1
7

F)
12

23
10
10

12
12
6

14
2
9

15

10

6

12

6

1

85

44

22

18

5

244

110

28

10

8

.1

1

1

1

38
2
11

4

LATHE M EN, TU RR E T .

3

3

7.8

1

3
2
3
2
5
7

41
8
5
5

6

33

8 .4
7.2
7.4
7.8
7. 4
8.3

2
1

3

Total......................

34

213

8.2

4

4

Two weeks and one-half
month:
California.................
Pennsylvania...........
Washington..............
Wisconsin.................
Other States............

3
13
2
2
6

16
38
3
7
51

7. 7
8. 5
7.1
10. 1
7 .4

2

8.0

2

Total..................
Grand total...........

i 16
1 50

13
54
6

45

115
328

8. 6
8. 5
10.3

8.1

1

1
2

3
19

G
25
3

1
2
1

28

6

4

69

5

1
1

1

30. 657
.509
.458

2
1

1
1
1
6
2

5
11

6
4
1
4
24
8

10

15

29

69

2
3

1

5
3
1

7
22

1

2

7

20

2
15

"3

3
1

2

7

8

29

46

14

4

3

83

9

10

1

1

6

2

17

23

58

115

10
1

7

1
7
4

1
19

22
1
1

1
2
1

2

1

1
1

.554

2

14

.677
.742
.791
.547
.521

1

1

2

2
2

.624

3

.579

5

1

1

3
1
1

2
10

.432
.511
.513
.540
.666
.625

1
3

2
1

.567

2

1

6

1
8

1
1

1
1

2
2
1
2
2
2

2
1
2
7
7

14

4

25
1

3

23

23

33

31

16

26

3

1
2 *T

2
2

2
5

1

2
5

9

2
10

5

2
3

6
2

10

8

4
10
1
1
1

5

13

10

16

12

6

15

19

50

36

39

45

37

31

1

37

3
1
1
4

5

2

3
4

17

9

2

7

43

12

2

8

1

1

1 Includes 1 establishm ent w ith m onthly pay roll.

385




2
5
2

MACHINERY.

One week:
Indiana.....................
Illinois, ............... .
Iowa..........................
Kentucky and West
Virginia.................
Maine, New Hamp­
shire, V erm ont....
Massachuse tts..........
Missour;....................
New Jersey..............
New Y ork.............
Other States.............

888

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

THE

L A Y O U T M EN A N D M A R K E R S .

28

8.3

2

3

16

5

2

10.709

1

4

1

8

56

8.6

2

1

1

2

4

18

20

6

2

.690

1

1

5

7

12

20

84

8.5

2

1

1

4

7

34

25

8

2

.697

1

1

6

11

13

4
7
n

14

4

12

4

6

1

26

8

6

1

LABOE

M ACH IN E S E T T E R .

Total.....................




8.3
35

9.3

1

....

$0,545

9 |

5

.667

10 I

5

.657

10

STATISTICS,

One week:
All Stages...............
Two wee&s a4d one-half
mofith:
All States.................

O
F

Total.....................

12

BUEEAU

One week:
All States.................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States.................

O
F

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
30 35 40 45 50
55
65
70
60
90
80
per U n­ and and and and and and and and and and cts. $1 11.26
and
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and un­ and
work- 30 der der der der der der der der der der un­
der over.
cts. 35 40 45 50 55
65
60
70
80
90 der
cts, cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. 11. $1.25

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber ber of hours
work­
of
7
4
5
6
8
9
10
11
estab­ em­
ed
U n­ and and
12
lish­ ploy* per der un­ un­ and and and and and and and
un­ unments
week 4. der der un­ der .der un­ un­ un­ over.
der
der der der
day.
8.
9. 10.
5.
6.
7.
11. 12.

MACHINISTS.

M A C H IN E R Y ,

One week:
Alabama and Geor­
gia........................
California................
Cosmeetieut............
Delaware and Mary­
land..
Indiana
Illinois
Iowa...........
Kentucky and West
Virginia.................
Maine, N ew Hamp­
shire, Verm ont_
_
Massachusetts.
Michigan.
Missouri.
New Jersey
New Y ork.
Oregon.
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island

Washington,
Other States

Two weeks and one-half
month:
California
Colorado
Michigan
Minnesota
Ohio
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Washington
Wisconsin
Other States




includes 1 establishment with monthly pay roll.
0®
00
-a

$88

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were-

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

2
2
7

1
1
2

1
1
5

1
2

2

1

30 35 40 45 50
and and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der der
35 40 45 50 55
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

70
80
90
$1
and p..ud cts. and SI. 25
un­ \>n- and un­
and
der der un­ der over80
90 der $1.25
cts. cts. $1.

THE

M ILLIN G M A C H IN E M E N .

2
4
4

1

4

10.7

2
2
5
2
4
3
6

42
24
15
2
61
24
lo

8.7
7.4
7. 7
8. 2
7. 9
9.1
8.5

1

Total.....................

37

243

8.4

3

Two weeks and one-half
month:
California..................
Colorado...................
Illinois....................
Minnesota.................
Wisconsin.................
Other States............

3
2
3
2

6
6
28
36
21
88

8.3
7.G
9.2
6.9
8.6
7.8

4

15

3
1

1
1

8
11

4
3
5

1
5
5

1
1

1

4
12
4

5
2

70

18

3

13

4

1

4
26

4
5

1

1

16
1

4
2

1

3
2

1

1

7
2
3

15

31

95

3

1
4
11

1
5

1
1
3

1
1
5
4
2

2
4
i
12
10

2

35

5
5
9
2
44
5
5

1
8
13
8
22

2

1 19

185

7 9

15

6

6

13

29

52

46

13

1 5G

428

8.2

18

7

9

28

co~j 147

116

31

.469
.512

2

i

9 "Y
i
6

1

.472

15
7

1

1

4

.541

2

2

3

.672
.535
.610
.632
.484
.623

3

Grand total...........

1
3
2

$0.516

.422
.439
.692
.590
.704
. 465
.529

2

Total.....................




1
2

1

3

.C06

7

J
.5C9 5 2

16
12

8
1
1

3

4
2

2

1
1
1
1
2
2

2

1

1
3
1
1

3
2

2

15

9

51

2
1

2
]
6
3

5
6

2

3

4

11

7

6

1

5

4
5

1
9
1

S3

53

29

24

13

1
1
2
1

2
1
4
5
12

i
4
6
11

1
2
6
4
7

1
5
2
2
17

5

24

22

2 ~sl~| ~ T ~51~
1

n
4
2

11

4
45

5

1

I
4
1
1 ___ i____
11

S T A T IS T IC S ,

3

1

LABOR

8.5
9.1
9.1

O
F

6
24
25

BUREAU

One week:
Connecticut..............
Indiana....................
Illinois......................
Kentucky and West
Virginia.................
Maine, New Hamp­
shire, V ermont. . . .
Massachusetts..........
Missouri .................
N ew Jersey............
N ew Y o r k ...........
Rhode Island...........
Other States...........

O
F

55
and
un ­
der
60
cts.

B U L L E T IN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
da}' lor the pay-roll period were—
AverAver­
age
Num­
Num­ hours
ber
ber of work­
of
9
11
7
8
10
4
5
6
em­
per
ed
estab­
and and and and and and and and 12 hour U n ­
lish­ ploy­ per Un­ un­ un­
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and work- der
ees. week der
30
ments
4. der der der der der der der der over.
cts.
day.
7.
8.
9.
5.
10. 11. 12.
6.

i |

2
1

20

27

27

16

24

9

1

1

44

40

42

25

75 | 20 | 10

1

1

9

MILLWRIGHTS.
One week:

3
2
2

7.9

6
6

3

1

2

1 0 .8

3
9

13
19
28

9.3
9.1
7.8

3

1

Total.....................

27

75

8 .8

4

1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Pennsylvania
Wisconsin
Other States

12

8 .0

1
1
2

4
4

1

11.9

Illinois......................
Maine, New Hamp­
shire, Vermont___
New York
Other States

8

1

1

9
35

9.0
9.0

8

1

UO

52

8 .8

137

127

8 .8

8

2

4

22

22

2

1
2
2

"v £

2

3

1

7

7

3

1

4

6

4
10

3

1
10

1

2

3
7

3

.596

4

15

.652
.467
.598

1

2

1

2
2

2
1

3

1
2

1

3

1

9

.588
.533

.482
.682
.606

3

1

1

1
1
1
1
2

1

1
1

1
1

5

4

2

3

14

10

9

5

1

6

1

3
7

9

7

8

4

5
2

9

2

7

2

1
2

2

5

4

Grand total

1
8
12

12
2

2

..... ...... SO.559

2

5

15

14

6

1

.587

1

2

4

10

10

13

9

2

1

6

27

37

23

12

4

.592

1

6

19

24

20

22

14

11

8

2

1

1

3

4

2

11

6

16

1

2

2

1

2

3

1

6

3

5

5

4

14

7

22

PA T T ER N M A K E R S , W OOD A N D M ET A L .
One week:
All States.................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States...............
Total.. .

45

7.8

2

5

17

8 .2

4

1

7.9

6 i

3

21

62

2

1

6

1

1

$0.713

3

1

4

3

.644

24

7

5

4

.694

21

1

1

11

12

1

|

1

i Includes 1 establishment with monthly pay roll.

389




16

MACHINERY.

Total ..................

2

1
1

1
2
1

390

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES — C o n tin u e d .

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were55
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

1

90
cts. 11
and and SI. 25
un­ d6t and
der $1.25 over.

$1.

THE

30 35 40 1 45 50
Un- and and and and and
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
S der der der der der
O
cts. 35 40 45 50 55
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

B U L L E T IN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber ber of hours
of
em­ work­
4
5
11
7
8
9
10
estab­ ploy­ ed Un­ and and 6
12
lish­ ees.
per der un­ un­ and and and and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
ments
4. der der der der der der der der over.
day.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.

PLANER AND SH A P E R M E N .

1

.494
.584
.749
.627
.679
.690
.561
.718

2

311

32

8.3
7.7
8.0
9.2
7.9

.630

.751
,524
.587
.638
.664

6

2
4
4
1

2
1

4
1

1
1

4

2
7
4

3

5

2
2
3

2
1
1

1

2

1

8

1

6

4

4

2

1
2

3
3

2
1

1
5
1
6
4
1
7
5

8

3

17

33

27

29

39

37

75

32

7

1
1

1
1

11

4

1

4

2
1
2
3
6

1
2
2

2

1
4
1
6

1
2
7

3

1

1

4
2
3

3
1
” 3

3

1

10

1

13

1
2
2

1
4
1
11
7
4
39
10
1 .....
2
3
7

9

17

3

1

5
1

S T A T IS T IC S ,




.616

8.6
7.7
7.5
7.8
7.8
7.1
9.0
9.1

1.
1
5
1

LABOR

Two weeks and one-half
month:
California.................
Colorado...................
Illinois......................
Michigan..................
M innesota..............

2

10.0

53

0.609
.486
.528
.400

O
F

Total.....................

8.4
9.2
8.2
8.6

BUEEAU

One week:
Connecticut............
Indiana...................
Illinois....................
Iowa........................
Kentucky and West
Virginia.................
Maine, New Hamp­
shire, Vermont___
Massachusetts..........
Missouri...................
New Jersey..............
New Y ork................
Oregon......................
Rhode Island..........
Other States............

2

4

1

2
3

W isconsin...............
Other States.............

3
i8

34 [ 8.7
86 | 9.0

Total.....................

122

220 | 8.4

3

5

Grand t o t a l.........

1 75

531 J 8.4

10

12

1 1

6

1
7

18
24

6 1
21

10

2 1

36

93

36

5
(
8
15

68

238

92

45

3 1
24
10

8 j

1
7

.497
.785

2

3

5
2

8

.684

3

3

.653 . . . .

6

13

U 1
19 | 13

10
3

5
4

6
11

1
8

11

19

23

29

23

28

52

50

58

62

2

1

1 2
5 1 15

8

11

16

3

19 | 38 j 15
i
56 113
47

13

20

4

20

22

4

P U N C H -P R E S S M E N .

One week:
Iowa.........................
Maine, New Hamp­
shire , Verm ont___
Oregon......................
Other States............

2

4

8.7

2
2
6

3
2
15

7.0
7.0
8.5

1

Total.....................

12

24

8.2

1

Two weeks and one-half
month?
Illinois......................
Minnesota,................
Other States............

2
2
17

3
2
24

9.4
7.1
8.3

2

3

1

$0,487

1

1
3

2

5

1

.508
.725
.480

1

6

1

1

2

2

3

3

4

7

8

1

.505

1

1

3

2

4

7

1

1

1

1
1

1
1
9

1

1

1

11

.540
.64*
.569

1

3

4

1
1
6

2

1

2

3

1

11

12

1

.571

1

4

4

&

2

1

3

4

2

5

18

20

2

.541

4

6

8

15

3

2

4

6

3

3

to

1

Total.....................

m

29

8.4

2

123

53

8.3

2

3

3

2

GFand to ta l...........

1
1

3

1

1

1

1

1

1

2
2

1
1

1
I

2

S CR A PER M E N .

Grand to ta l........... ~




12
8

8.7
6.9

5 |

20

7.9

1

12
32

8.4

2

4
4

2

4

$0,580
.522

1

1

1

3

8

2 i

4

.557

1

1

1

3

1

2

8

1

.817

3

4

10

10

5

.654

~T

4

9.1

6

1
2 1.......
3

1

1Includes 1 establishment with monthly pay roll.

__
1

7
2

5

9

1

1

8

1

5

10

1

8

1

1

I6 €

Total.....................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States.................

2
3

0
0

One week:
Connecticut..............
Other States............

392;/

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
M A L E S— Concluded.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were55
and
un­
der
60
cts.

2

3

2
1

4
2

3
2
4
2

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1

$1

and
un­ $1.25
der and
$1.25 over.

THE

50
and
un­
der
55
cts.

30 35 40 45
and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der
35 40 45 50
cts. cts. cts. cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per Unhour der
work- 30
cts.

B U L L E T IN

Pay-roll period and
■locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­
age
Num­ hours
ber
ber work­
of
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
estab­ of em­ ed U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ploy­ per
lish­
ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un- un­ un­ and
ments
day. 4. der der der der der dor der der over.
5.
6.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.
7.

SC R E W -M A C H IN E M E N .

1

2
2
3
6
3
7

10
15
6
15
11
12

7.7
7.6
8.2
8.1
8.4
8.4

1

1

Total ..................

?8

97

8.3

1

1
3 j
i

Two weeks and one-half
month:
California.................
Illinois ..................
Pennsylvania..........
Wisconsin................
Other States............

3
2
i2
3
3

10
6
66
25
8

7.9
9.3
8.4
9.2
7.8

2

3

1

1

1
I

T o ta l...................

i 13

115

8.5

3

4

4 | 6

Grand to ta l . . . . . . .

i 41

212

8.4

4

4




2

2
2

5

1
3

5
2

6
12

1 $0,524
.483 " 2

6
5
3
11
6
2

2
1
3
2

4

.470
.549
.514
.644
.462
.542

17 | 40

26

4

1
5
36
12
1

3
2
2

1

1

5
1
9
10
2

7

27

55

8
12

1

8
1
3
2
2

2
6

7 I
1 11 1

4

24

67
" *1

1

1

3
1

4
2

*i

1

2
4

1

1

1

1

i

3
4
1
1
2
2

2

1
2
1
2

.529

2 1 3 1 5

19

16

16

9

10

4

.469
.652
.585
.461
.525

1

4
4

10
6

1
2
8
4
1

19

1
1
17
2
1

1
1
2
1
2

1 1

.547

7

3

2

3

1 1
1

1 I .539
I

11

12

4

4

1

1

2

2
3
1

4

1

4

6

3

7
111

5
2

4
2

1

1
2
1

2

1

11

20

16

20 | 22

30

36

32

29 j 32

7

1

9

2

1

2
1

2

3

1

1

S T A T IS T IC S .

8.8
8.9

LABOR

14
14

O
F

2
3

BUREAU

One week:
Indiana....................
Illinois
...............
Maine, New Hamp­
shire, Vermont —
Massachusetts..........
M issouri..................
New York................
Rhode Island...........
Other States............

1

SHEET METAL WORKERS.
One week:
Iowa
.........
Massachusetts..........
New York................
Other States............

i

2
5
9

15
36
20
37

8'. 2
7.7
5.7
8.7

1
1
3

Total.....................

20

108

7.7

5

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Pennsylvania..........
Wisconsin..
___
Other S t a t e s ...........

i 2
2
6

23
5
22

9.0
9.2
7.5

3

Total.....................

1 10

50

8.4

3

Grand total...........

130

158

7.9

8

7

5
1
6 j

1

1
3
2
1

1
14
8
1

2

7

24 | 37

1

2
12
2
21

4

3
4
1

1
1
2

4

14

10

28

13

7

8

4

4 .......i........1........

5

3

3

20 j

1

1 !

5

.514 |. . . .

9 |

2

i

1

.603
.470
.537

1
3 "3’

2
3
3

2
1
4

8
1

1

7

4

3

8

7

9

6

10

3

23

17

18

35

22 |

13

18

7

4

1

5

10

7

6

5

2

4

2
3

4

4

5

4

1

7 |

1

4 | 21

16 |

3

i

1

36

4

2

6

.529

1

1

.561

58

1
1
2
3

1

1

28

1
4
1
7

1

9
3
9

7

3
3
5
17

5 1

2
1
1

2

|

2
2
3
3

$0,447
.462
.621
.535
5

!
5 j.......

id

1

2
17

19

5
5

1
1

|
i

One week:
All States.................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States.................
Total .................

42

7.6

1

11

42

8.8

84

8.2

6

1

13
1

4

14

2

5

6

5

.602

1

1

14

11

22

11

7

6

5

.576

5

32

1

7

8

9

2

$0,550

3
1

10

9

6

3

4

8

20

16

12

8

6

'Includes 1 establishment with monthly pay roll.

393




21

MACHINERY.

"WELDERS.

394

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

MACHINE TOOLS.

Pay-roll period and locality.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were-

30 35 40 45 50
and and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der der
35 40 45 50 55
ets. ets. ets. ets. ets.

55
and
un­
der
60
ets.

60
and
un­
der
65
ets.

65
and
un­
der
70
ets.

70
and
un­
der
80
ets.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1.

T otal......................................
Four weeks:
Connecticut,
Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island:............... .
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania.........................

7.6

6
3

9.1
7.4

2

4

9.2

15

32

8.1.

2

4

9.1

2

3

10.0

4

7

9.5

3

11

7.7

6

9.1

3

3

1

3

10

3 *

5

3

1

2

1

1 ....
2

1

1

2

1

1

1

6

5

3

4

3

.645

1

1

1

.632

1

1

2

2

$0,537

2

1

1

1

.553

1

5

1

1

1

3

6
1

1

3

1

5

6

17

8.2

1

25

56

8.3

4

2

3

2

1

2

2

.714

5

6

1

6

12

28

1

1

.690

1

3

1

Grand total.........................

3

1

.583

17

4

1

1

.639

1
4

3

2

.619
.484

2

‘ 1

T otal......................................




2

_____
2

.706
.610

6

1
___
2

1

1

1

1
1

1

2

2

2

1

2

1

1

1

2

1

I
2

2

3

1

3

1

3

2

7

9

8

8

6

8

3

3
3~

STATISTICS,

Two weeks:
Indiana and Ohio....................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin ..........................................

19

LABOR

Total......................................

6
4
3

O
F

One weeks
Connecticut,
Massachusetts,
Rhode Island.................
New York, New Jersey, and
Penn sylvan ia........................
Indiana and Ohio....................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin .......................................... .

BUREAU

B L A C K S M IT H S .

$1
and $1.25
un­ and
der over.
$1.25

THE

Employees whose average hours worked
per week day for the pay-roll period were— Aver­
age
earn­
ings
4
9 10 11
5
6
7
8
per
and and and and and and and and 12 hour
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
der der der der der der der der over work­
ed.
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

O
P

Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
lish­ ploy­ ed per
ments ees. week
day.

BULLETIN

MALES.

BLACKSMITHS ’HELPERS.
One week:
Connecticut,
Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island...................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania -.......
Indiana and Ohio......................

3

12

7.9

4
2

6
2

8.9
8.3

1

1

1

20

8.2

2

4

8.8

1

5

7.7

1

Total........................................

3

9-

8.2

1

1

Four weeks:
Connecticut,
Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island...................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania..........................

3

30

8.5

1

3

2

3

5.9

1

Total........................................

5

33

8.3

2

1

Grand to ta l.............................

17

62

8.3

4

1

.429
.367

1
1

8

2

.416

2

2

.433

1

1

1

2

1

2

1

$0.419

1

1

1

3

1

1

.464

18

3

1

2

2

1

10

3

2

1

1

3

2

1

3

3

3

33

1

1

.561

1

2

2

1

1

1

1

1

.506

1
2

1

1

1

.488

2

3

2

5

18

3

6

25

14

4

2

1

3

1

.556

2

.497

*

3

2

1

1

1
3

3

4

4

14

3

2

1

1

4

15

10

8

15

3

2

1

1

4

BORING M IL L H AN D S A N D O PE R AT O R S.

One week:
Connecticut,
Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island...................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania..........................
Indiana and Ohio......................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin............................................
Total.....................................

4

7

8.2

1

2

2

2

5
2

36
8

9.0
9.9

1

3

4
1

27
2

2

6

7

34

1

3

5

8.0

1

14

56

8.9

2

2

19

9.0

2

9

9.8

T otal........................................

4

28

9.3




1

1

2

1

2

2

1

3

.627
.432

1

1

8

3

6

.608

2

3

4

6

10

.614

3
7

9

4
1

1

1

7

12

5

5

4
1

2

3

5

3

12

1

3

4

1

4

1

4

1

3

2

2

5

4

6

3

5

3

1

1

1

.627

10

8
1

3

.626
.586

2
1
2

1

3

1

395

Two weeks:
Indiana and Ohio......................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin............................................

1

2

$0- 521
1
]

TOOLS.

9

2

MACHINE

T otal.......................................
Two weeks:
Indiana and Ohio......................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin ............................................

2
1

5

1

5

1

6
3
1

3

4

2

1

396

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued
MALES—Continued.

O
F
THE

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
65' 70
90
60
ings
30 35 40 45 50 55
80
per Un­ and and and and and and and and and and cis. $1
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and and $1.25
and
work- 30 der der der der der der der der der der un­ un­ over.
65
70
cts. 35 40 45 50 55 60
80
90 der der
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1. $1.25

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and locality.

Employees whose average hours worked
per week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11
lish­ ploy­ ed per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

B O R IN G M ILL H A N D S A N D O P E R A T O R S—Concluded.

7.9

16

8.7

T otal........................................

5

50

8.2

Grand to ta l.............................

23

134

8.7

1

2

....

2

2

8

13

6

1

2

1

1

11

1

3

4

9

14

17

2

1

5

6

16

31

57

14

1

1

$0,543

10

12

4

2

6
1

2

4

2

1
2

1

2

.581

1

1

6

12

14

8

2

3

1

2

.590

4

7

12

29

25

26

10

13

6

2

18

•14

4

1

7

8

7

5

3

5

2

1

1

11

10

2

1

1

.663

2

1

LABOR

34

3

O
F

2

BUREAU

Four weeks:
Connecticut,
Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island...................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania..........................

C H IP P E R S.

T o ta l.......................................




6

43

8.9

1

1

4

1

27

8.5

3

1

4

5

22

8.2

1

1

1

12

92

8.6

5

3

9

2

4

10

21

4

3

4

3

6

9

5

14

22

$0,395

.517

9

.454

6

.498

1
25

8

2
6

8

20

29

12

STATISTICS,

One week:
All States..
..
...
Two weeks:
A ll States...................................
Four weeks:
A ll States............................

CRANE OPERATORS.
One week:
Connecticut, Massachusetts,
and Rhode Isla n d .................
New York and New Jersey.......
Indiana and Otrio......................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin............................................

3
3

5

8.8
8.8

1

8
2

8 .4

1

1

1

3

9 .1

1
1 ....

1

5

8.8

2

7

9 .0

1

Total........................................

3

12

8 .9

1

1

4 .5

8.8

9

10

8.6

Grand to ta l.............................

14

38

8.8

2

4

4

2

2

1

1

2

1

1

.4 0 8

2

6

3

7

2

1

1

2

1

2

.5 1 3

1

3

2

2

.4 9 2

4

1

1

2

.4 6 3

1

1

1

1

1

5

1

.4 8 4

5

1
1

3

1

.450

.4 3 9

1

1
"i*

1 ....

9 .0

3

9

1
2
1

1

1

5

1

1

.4 8 0

6

1

2

6

17

5

3

.4 5 4

2

1

4

4
4

1
1

TOOLS.

2

Total........................................

1

1

1
2
1

$0.407
.4 2 4
.3 2 9

MACHINE

Two weeks:
Indiana and Ohio......................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
s in ............................................

3

1

8

Four weeks:
Connecticut, Massachusetts,
and Rhode Isla n d .................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania..........................

1

1

Total........................................

16

1
7

5

9

5

4

14

27

25

26

23

7

9
3

4

10

5

4

2

13

4

2
1

DRILL P R E S S H A N D S AN D O P E R A T O R S.

One week:
Connecticut, Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island..................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania..........................
Indiana and Ohio......................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin ............................................

6

122

9 .1

4
3

34

8 .5
8 .9

20

2
1
2

3

4

7

13

62

1

1

1

2
1

3

25
13

14

8 .5

1

1

16

190

8 .9

4

4

Two weeks:
Indiana and O hio.....................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin ............................................

2

54

8.1

7

1

1

3

63

9 .3

2

1

1

Total........................................

5

117

8 .7

9

2

2




1
4

1

2

6
106

33

$0,489

1

.5 6 4
.381
.45 7

1

1

3

.4 8 9

3

5

3

6 10 20

2

2

7

9

15

2

27

25

14

5

32

23

5

.52 6

4

1

.54 9

42

2

.499

9

2

2

5

25

30

42

5

1
1

15

1
1

1

6

6 1
1
17

26

1
31

8

1

1
34

1

4

7

2

13

13

12

7

2
1

17

19

9

1

1

397

3

Total........................................

2

29

398

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS. PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

45 50
and and
un­ un­
der der
50 55
cts. cts.

55
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1.

$1
and $1.25
un­ and
der over.
$1.25

THE

30 85 40
Un­ and and and
der un­ un­ un30 der der 'der
cts. 35 40 45
cts. cts. cts.

40

7.9

3

1

2

14

14

5

3

2

2

2

6

13

5

16

20

18

8

7

28

82 156

64

5

1

3

10

6

7

3

9

.502

3 ,4

10
9

20

11

8

6

56

88

63

59

38

$0,704

4

Total........................................

7

77

7.9

3

5

Grand total.............................

28

384

8.7

16

11

12

.607
8

.524

3

6

31

5

6

9

1

2

5

6

9

1

15

8

7

9

1

2

LABOR

1

8.0

37

O
P

3
4

BXJEEAU

DRILL P R E S S H AN D S AN D O P E R A T O R S— Concluded.

Four weeks:
Connecticut, Massachusetts,
and Rhode Isla n d ..................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania..........................

Total........................................




1
6

247

8.8

7

4

8

6

14

3

116
101

8.6
8.7

3
3

2
2

5
3

4
3

7
8

16
13

71
60

8
4

3

37

9.2

1

1

5

23

7

17

501

8.8

73 272

61

14

8

16

13

30

39 118

42

9

$0.482

14

42

44

51

34

29

18

6

2

2

.586
.483

1
11

2
12

7
17

20
28

20
17

20
4

5
3

19
2

19
3

3
1

.565

1

5

2

10

5

1

4

6

2

.512

27

61

81

58

27

32

34

8

11

3

3

68 101

2

1
1

2

2

STATISTICS.

ENGINE L ATH E H AN D S A N D O PE R AT O R S.

One week:
Connecticut, Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island...................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania....... .................
Indiana and Ohio......................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin ............................................

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and locality.

Employees whose average hours worked
per week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
5
6
9 10 11
4
7
8
lish­ ploy­ ed per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4, der der der der der der der der over
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Two weeks:
TTidfftna and Ohio _, .,,
....
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin ............................................

2

87

8.8

3

4

3

51

13

12

1

.515

3

113

8.2

10

4

4

6

3

45

18

20

3

.589

Total........................................

5

200

8.5

10

4

7

10

6

96

31

32

4 -----

.557 ------

Four weeks:
Connecticut, Massachusetts,
and. Rhode Island...................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania..........................

3

135

7.9

7

3

5

11

26

54

16

10

3

.630 ___

4

77

8.3

4

3

3

4

12

11

31

9

.626

65

47

.628

3

Total........................................

7

212

8.1

11

6

8

15

38

19

3

Grand to ta l.............. ..............

29

913

8.5

35

18

31

38

74 234 350 112
1

18

3

1 ........ 1.........! . . . . .

14

13

19

13

4

6

5

7

32

14

11

13

<
7

29

7

21

45

33 . 24

17

1

5

8

30

19

15

16

5

9

10

6

10

2

4

5

5

12

10

9

5

10

10

4

1

9

13

35

31

5

5

.549 . . . . 35

7

77 102 181 145

13

34

1

--------

1

25 ; 25 , 10

19

20

10

11

1

107

69

87

29

12

11

3

83

9

55

F IT T E R S , F IR S T C L A S S .

Two weeks:
Indiana and Ohio.
....
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin ................. ..........................

2
3

Total........................................
Four weeks:
Connecticut, Massachusetts,
and Rhode Isla n d .................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania..........................

1

6

13

40

19

$0,543

2
1

4

5
1

17
1

75
33

19

.684
.492

3

2

2

2

4

46

2

5

9

7

14

35 194

40

84

8.8

1

5
3

128
40

8.9
9.3

4
1

2

3

62

8.5

1

16

314

8.8

7

209

8.6

9

2

127

9.5

2

5

336

8.9

11

2

3

223

8.7

3

4

4

71

8.5

3

20

27

13

2

3

15

2
10

6
3

16
1

63
1

38

3

2

.544

6

8

11

12

6

8

5

2

4

1

2

.594

6

21

42

44

42

38

71

43

7

....

.606

7

22

37

43

35

27

30

8

5

21

31

33

17

9

8

3

27

58

74

68

44

39

16

3

1

3

20

29

7

5

6

17

43

5

9

4

5

13

9

21

2

1

12

24

34

20

14

27

19

44

83

9

81 126

150

126

129

109

42

47

83

9

6

6

17

94

52

20

a

6

3

6

23

29

30

28

12

9

23 117

81

50

31

5

7

21

68 100

14

1

.897

4

3

10

15

24

10

2

.626

83 124

10

16

1

.625

....

7

.613

Total........................................

7

294

8.6

6

4

9

10

31

24

3

....

.832

Grand total.............................

28

944

8.7

24

11

30

26

68 235 399 114

35

2

.675

2

....

__

2

....

6

2

6

34

399




3

TOOLS.

Total.........................................

4

5

MACHINE

One week:
Connecticut, Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island
....
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania
Indiana and Ohio
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin ....................................... .

400

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

Under
30
cts,

55
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
SI.

16

13

$1
and 11.25
un­ and
der over.
$1.25

THE

30 35 40 45 50
and and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der der
35 40 45 50 55
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and locality.

Employees whose average hours worked
per week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ N um ­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
4
5
6
8
9 10 11
7
lish­ ploy­ ed per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments ees.
day. 4'. der der der der der der der der over
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

F IT T E R S , SE CO N D C L A S S .

15
15

8.8
9.8
8.7

381

9.0

1

8.3

Total........................................

133

121

8.1

Total........................................

17

177

49 1S8

89

35

10

13
13

8.3

Four weeks:
Connecticut, ’ Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island...................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania.........................

60
12

.491

87

55

12

.518

18

48

12

.516

18

48

27

29

19

15

29

19

12

9.3

132

19

.542
.421

Grand total...........................




10

39

.654

13

24

13

56

19
8.7

24

56

12

50 19

140 277 121

.602

2
1

.524

33

18

10 43 1141 177 103

16
83

51

26

16

13

20

16

13

STATISTICS,

Two weeks:
Indiana and Ohio......................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin ............................................

$0.456

LABOB

170
35

24

9.0

O
F

Total........................................

161

BUBEAU

One week:
Connecticut, Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island...................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania.........................
Indiana and Ohio......................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
s in ............................................

GEAR CUTTER HANDS AND OPERATORS.
124793

One week:
Connecticut, Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island...................
N ew York, N ew Jersey, and
P e n n sy lv a n ia ........................
Indiana and Ohio......................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin............................................
Total..

$0.515

3

.573
.469

10

10

.545

25
9.3
8.4

14

17

7.9
13

85

Two weeks:
to
Indiana and Ohio....................
^
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon-

9 .0

11

63

8.6

Total..

.425

9.5

13

.530

9.2

9.2

.587

7.6

MACHINE

Four
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania.........................
Connecticut, Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island..................

.735
1

Total............
83

16

17

.563

16

30

10

12

10

10

GRINDER H A N D S A N D O P E R A T O R S .

Total......................................
Two weeks:
Indiana and O h io....................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin .........................................




SO 536
.

8.4
9.8

52

25

.547
.445

9.1

55

7

10.0
15

.533

95

9.0

10

17

20

.549

107

8.9

33

28

19

4

.533

29

32

12

.537

17

18

16

10

401

Total.....................................

120

1

One week:
Connecticut, Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island................. .
New York, “ ew Jersey, and
N
Penn sylvan ia.......................
Indiana and O h io ...................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin .........................................

TOOLS.

39

Grand total.

402

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY-—
Continued.
MALES— Continued.

7.7

$0,683

10

8 .2

.568

O
F

40
15

Grand total.............................

131

22

64

11

15

.548

39

74

40

48

LABOR

Total........................................

BUREAU

Four
Connecticut, Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island...................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania..........................

10

2

5

1

7.7

3

1

1

$0. 755

1

1

HANDYM EN.

One week:
Connecticut, M assachusetts,
and Rhode Island...................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania.........................




5

130

8.7

6

5

8

0

6

14

46

27

12

$0.423

i

8

45

33

17

20

5

1

5

117

8.6

7

2

2

4

5

10

83

3

1

.496

1

3

5

17

41

26

15

5

4

1

1

STATISTICS,

H A M M E R S M IT H S , BR AD LEY H A M M E R S AN D S T E A M H A M M E R S .

Four weeks:
All States....................................

THE

G RIN D ER H A N D S A N D O P E R A T O R S —Concluded.

'O
F

Employees whose earnings per hour worked wereAver­
age
earn­
65
60
70
80
90
30 35 40 45 50 55
ings
$1
per Un­ and and and and and and and and and and cts. and $1.25
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and un­ and
work- 30 der der der der der der der der der der un­ der over.
65
cts. 35 40 45 50 55 60
70
80
90 der $1.25
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and locality.

Employees whose average hours worked
per week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11
lish­ ploy­ ed per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

9.3

Indiana and Ohio.......................

.381

Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin .......................................

Total..................................

.421
17

300

Two weeks:
Indiana and Ohio......................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin ............................................

157

8.7

38

17

8.0

.480

8.7

Total........................................

170

105

13

18

46

7.8

41

37

8.4

Pennsylvania,.........................

7.9

50

30

20

.489
. 475

11

30

29

39
233

.485
76

13

47

Id

162 166

26

17

92

44

MACHINE

Total........................................

22

. 455

9.3

Pour weeks:
Connecticut, Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island...................
New York, New Jersey, and

Grand total................... .........

.447

H A R D EN ER S.

Total........................................

5

63

9.0

1

2

3

55

5

11

8.1

1

1

1

3

2

1

2

2

2

1

3

7

59

4

2

5

9.4

12

79

8.9

TOOLS.

One week:
All States............... ...................
Two weeks:
All States.
Four weeks:
All States. .

1

2 . . . . t o . 578

2

1

1

4

3

28

15

10

I

,532

1

1

2

2

2

2

1
1

1

3

3

.586

2

2

6

5

30

17

12

2

3

3

8

21

23

8

9

1

1

4
1

15

7
1

3
1

2

3
1

1

4

13

36

31

13

11

5

3

.805

IN S P E C T O R S .
One week:
Connecticut, M assachusetts,
and Rhode Island..................
New Jersey, New York, and
Pennsylvania.........................
Indiana and Ohio......................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin............................................




74

9.4

1

37
3

8.8
8.7

I

1

1

2

3

7.4

10

117

9.1

2

1

3

8

34

23

2

1

8
1

23
2

1

3

5

17

60

1
1

1

4

$0.507

1

.525
.500

1

1

.633
24

4

.510

1

2

403

Total.....................................

2
4
2

404

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OP EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALE S— Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were-

Under
30
cts.

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

2

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

5

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1.

$1
and $1.25
un­ and
der over.
$1.25

THE

30 35 40 45 50 55
and and and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der der der
35 40 45 50 55 60
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
"per
hcur
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and locality.

Employees whose average hours, worked
per week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
4
5
6
9 10 11
7
8
lish­ ploy­ ed per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.' 11. 12.

IN S P E C T O R S —Concluded.

8.6

7

9.0

Total........................................

3

56

8.7

2

Four weeks:
Connecticut, M assachusetts,
and Rhode Island...................
New Jersey, New York, and
Pennsylvania..........................

3

34

8.5

1

2

9

9.4

2

1

2

18

21

1

2 $0,539

3

2

3

1

.655

Total........................................

5

43

8.6

1

18

216

8.9

5

3

21

24

2

---

....

1

5

9

12

3

1

1

5

2

10

17

5

1

---

31

5

2

4

.574

1
3

6

5

13

2

....

11

10

1

.758

48 101

2

Grand total.............................

2

1

2

1

1

.553

2

1

5

11

11

.804

5




148

5
3

162
42

O
O
O
O

5

9

1

2

4

10

8.4
8.9

11
4

7

5
1

10
2

2
2

26

62

20

10

14 94
5. 17

17
4

2
3

2

2

*4’

10

4

2

1

4

7

1

3

11

7

4

1
4

1

7

5

1

1

4

3

11

7

4

54

47

24

16

13

13

12

7

4

3

5

18

7

41

70

16

.432
5
9 117
.350 **8' 12. 12
9

29
1

4 $0,413

4

2

3

.584

L A B O R E R S.
One week:
Connecticut, M assachusetts,
and Rhode Island...................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania.........................
Indiana and Ohio......................

10

1

3

.

=

STATISTICS,

2

2

LABOR

49

1

O
F

2

BUREAU

Two weeks:
Indiana and Ohio......................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin............................................

Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon-

3

80

8.4

6

2

5

2

5

40

6

4

1

.405

1

9

61

5

2

Total........................................

16

432

8.6

30

10

13

18

19

54 213

47

19

9

.413

12

33

64 257

51

11

Two weeks:
Indiana and Ohio......................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon-

2

216

8.7

12

3

4

12

10

68

43

44

18

2

.419

19

55

79

52

10

117

9.3

5

4

2

5

4

19

20

23

32

3

.444

1

15

43

45

9

4

333

8.9

17

7

6

17

14

87

63

67

50

5

.428

1

19

70 122

97

19

4

1

3

157

8.3

7

5

6

12

19

41

41

16

7

3

.452

1

8

33

40

23

40

5

3

4

99

7.1

16

5

10

10

8

20

21

6

3

.423

1

19

54

19

1

5

7

256

7.8

23

10

16

22

27

61

62

22

10

52

94

45

41

10

3

1

28

1,021

8.5

70

27

35

57

60 202 338 136

79

60 186 473 193

71

17

4

2

3

3
•
Four weeks:
Connecticut, M assachusetts,
and Rhode Island...................
New York, New Jersey, and

9

.441

2

17

.425

15

8

3

1
1

1

MACHINE

3

2

M A C H IN IS T S .

1

13

9.0

2

1

9

1

SO.568

4

6

4
2

20
9

9.4
9.1

1

1
1

1
1

9
5

7
1

1
1

.797
.594

2

4

42

9.2

1

4

3

23

9

2

.683

6

10

3

1

2

3
3

8

5

3

1

6

8

5

3

TOOLS.

One week:
Connecticut, M assachusetts,
and Rhode Island..................
New York, N ew Jersey, and
Pennsylvania..........................
Indiana and Ohio.....................

1

Total........................................

7

Two weeks:
Ohio and Indiana......................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin ............................................

1

3

8.8

3

.601

1

18

8.1

1

1

2

14

.736

Total........................................

2

21

8.2

1

1

2

17

.717

1

2

Four weeks:
Connecticut, Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island...................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania..........................

2

18

7.9

1

2

4

7

4

.740

1

2

1

11

3

12

8.8

2

3

3

5

3

3

1

Total........................................

5

30

8.3

1

3

1

7

4

14

3

1

Grand total.............................

14

93

8.6

2

5 ■12

12

12

10

40

8

4

C 10
30

2

1

.695

7

2

1

.722

30

11

3

.703

6

18

3

1

405




1

18

406

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

65

70

80

der
65
cts.

der
70
cts.

der
80
cts.

der
90
cts.

90

$1
Un­ and and and and and and and and and and cts. and SI. 25
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
30 der der der der der der
cts. 35 40 45 50 55 60
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

M IL L IN G -M A C H IN E H AN D S A N D O P E R A T O R S .

85

8.8

3

39
13

8.8
9.4

3

1

I

1

.577
.422

12

1

1

.488
.507

5

7

6

45

29

20

13

.498

6

6

27

9

1

9

4

4

5

14

5

1

.497

10

10

32

23

6

1

17

24

96 149

38

15

9

4

Four weeks:
Connecticut, M assachusetts,
and Rhode Island...................
New York, New Jersey, and
P e n n s y lv a n ia ..................

3

50

8.0

4

46

7.7

7

96

7-8

4

1

9

26

381

8.5

19

5

17

1

.485

14

4

4

1

1

1

3

3
1

1

4

1

8

4

4

4

4

13

13

6

4

12

25

14

15

3

16

1

8

1

20

38

27

21

7

3

5

9

6

1

8

4

10

11

9

5

4

1

2

1
2

2

2

,597
.531

1

15

.689

1

21

4

3

10

16

18

U

5

9

6

8

5

25

49

80

89

53

26

16

14

10

5 - 5

STATISTICS,

3
10

8.5.

44

1

3
17

138

1

3

8

5

1

26

21

Total........................................

3
1

4

19

3

4

2

19

26

2

2

2

5

2

3

2

6

9

6

6

3

3

8.5

15

15

3

4

8.4

29

6
4

3

3

66
72

13

.518

7
97

2

11

1

1

3

3

1

19

Two weeks:
Indiana and Ohio......................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin............ ...............................

4

2

2

1

8.9

6

1

LABOR

$0.509

8

8.4

147




9
1
2

1

10

14

Grand total............

53
31
6

3

2

Total........................................

Total........................................

7

12
4
2

1

O
F

5
4
3

BUREAU

One week;
Connecticut, M assachusetts,
and Rhode Island...................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania..........................
Indiana and Ohio......................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin ............................................

THE

un­ and
un­ der over.
der
$1.25
$1.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and locality.
y-ro2

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
4
5
8
9 10 11
estab­ em­ work­
6
7
lish­ ploy­ ed per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
<
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

MILLWRIGHTS.
One week:
Connecticut,
Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island...................
New York, New Jersey, and

j

[

1

3

1

3
5

1

2

2

2

2

2

16

4

6

1

3

8.7

1

Total
...............................
Two weeks:
Indiana and Ohio
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin
. .
............

7

9.5

1

1

1

8.8

6

10.0

Total
.............................
Four weeks:
Connecticut,
Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island..................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania ........................

3

7

9.8

3

45

8.0

3

9

9.0

Total ......................................

6

54

8.1

Grand total.............................

16

74

8.5

3 ....

7

1

5

1 |

1

5

1

1

2

3
4 1
I

1

4

1

.571

1

2

2

1

.568

1

6
13

1

1

5

1
4

2

1

•1

1

3

1
4 ---

10.2

1

.624

1

.591

1

1

7

1

1

1

5

17

7

6

7

2

1

1

5

21

14

12

.738

2

7

12

4

1

.589

4

2

1

1

8

1

.713

6

9

13

5

4

9

2

.684

12

15

15

7

8

6
2

10

1

6

10

1

6

10

1

5

MACHINE

2

1 $0.590
.664

1

7

1

One week:
Connecticut,
Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island...................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania ........................
Indiana and O h io .....................

1
4

60

8.6

18
2

9.0
6.3

1

Total........................................
Two weeks:
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin ...........................................
Four weeks:
Connecticut,
Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island...................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania..........................

11

80

8.6

1

3

12

5.4

4

3

3

25

7.8

3

1

1

2

6

6.5

1

2

1

1

Total........................................

5

31

7.5

4

1

3

3

Grand total............................. ~ 19

123

8.0

9

4 j 7

6

3

9

10

27

6

3
4

3

2

10
1

3

12

12

38

9

1

$0.479

1

12
1

1

1

12

9

11

6

9

1

1

9

2

3

2

13

13

18

if

9

11

2

....

.484

1

5
2

1

.500
.507

3

2

6

4

2

.576
1

....

3

10

5

1

.520

1

2

10

5

2

1

.525

3

2

6

6

14

27

43

11

2

.503

4

15

j 21

| 27

1

3

2

2

1
1

1

.526

2

1

4

1

1

3

4

4

1

1

4

17

16

12

1

5 1
i

•

1

4

407

6
3
2




TOOLS.

O THER M A C H IN E H A N D S A N D O P E R A T O R S .

408

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

35 40 45 50
and and and and
un­ un­ un­ under der der
40 45 50 I f
cts. cts. cts. cts.

55
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

THE

PA T T ER N M A K E R S .

28

8.5

4
3

9
4

1
1

4

20

$0.572

3

1

5
2

1

.701
.507

5

30

1

.594

5

1

2

3

4

3

5

6

1

2

13

11

2

1

8.6

1

Two weeks:
Indiana and Ohio......................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin ..........................................

2

14

9.1

1

2

6

2

6

7.7

1

1

4

Total........................................

4

20

8.7

2

3

10

Four weeks:
Connecticut,
Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania..........................

2

9

8.9

1

6

1

1

.645

4

16

8.0

1

1

1

2

3

7

1

.668

1

1

...............................

6

25

8.3

1

1

1

3

9

8

2

.660

1

2

Grand total.............................

23

91

8.5

4

1

1

10

17

48

8

.636

15

2

.595
1

.•714

1

2

1

1

1

1

1

.702

1

2

1

4

.674

4

1

6

2

3

3

1

3

1

2

5

7

1

5

6

10

15

22

10

16

10

STATISTICS.

8.5

2

1

1

1

5
46

5

1

1

11

3

3

8

1

1

13




1
7

10

1
1

Total........................................

Total

1
2

8
1

LABOR

3

8.8
8.9

O
F

3

BUREAU

One week:
Connecticut,
Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island...................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania............... . . . .
Indiana and Ohio......................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin ...........................................

90
cts. $1
and and $1.25
and
un­ un­ over.
der
der $1.25
$1.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
30
per U n­ and
hour der uhwork­ 30 der
ed. cts. 35
cts.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and locality.

Employees whose average hours worked
per week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num ­ N um ­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
4
6
7
5
8
9 10 11
lish­ ploy­ ed per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Total........................................
Two weeks:
Indiana and Ohio......................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin............................................

0

2°>

8.8

3

20

8.8

2

1

Totai........................................

5

48

8.8

2

1

Four weeks:
Connecticut, Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island...................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania..........................

3

44

8.4

4

4

23

9.1

1

6

79

5
3

29
16

3

19

9.0

17

143

8.8

4

1

9.1
9.8

8.5

3

16
9

1
?

36

9

4

20
10

2

3
2

1

.639
.449

4

2

7

67

8.6

5

Grand total.............................

29

258

8.8

11

3

3

2

1

2

13

22

79

14

19

3

3

1

5

5

5

1

14

11

16

6

2

5

3

1

2

1
2

1
2

2
4

2
2

3
2

7
1

2

8

3

1

5

1

1

4

1

12

15

20

18

25

12

11

11

1

3

5

2

5

4

8

1

1

8

2

8

3

6

3

13

6

16

5

3

10

3

1

2

4

2

1

4

4

2

.672

4

24

8

8

1

.643

5

5

12

12

1

.690

2

10

6

7

22

18

1

53 109

40

6

3
1

12

2

9

9

6

21

. 625
2

.524
. 623

1

2

3

3

.673
.684
2

2

.588

3

3
12

3

9

5

18

24

30

36

26

11 '

3
2

11

1

1

5

1

1

1

1

G

4

4

2

7

5

4

5

3

6

4

3!

22

31

10

4

7

4

SCRAPER H AN D S.

!

One week:
Connecticut,
Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island...........
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania.................... .
Indiana and Ohio......................

G

78

8.5

1

4
2

64
6

8.9
9.4

1

8.7

2

5

5

1

1

12

148

1

98

8.6

3

47

9.3

3

2

T o t a l . . . . . . . ...........................

4

145

8.8

3

3

7

10

33

14

$0. 471

7

33

16

8

11

1

1

4
1

5

49
5

3

.546
.463

2
1

2
2

10
1

20
2

16

9

3

1

1

5

12

15

87

17

.503

10

37

27

30

27

10

4

1

1

16

31

20

15

3

4

5

17

11

7

5

2

1

36

37

26

10

9

2
—
i

2

9

70

13

1

i

.450

2

1

12

4

4

19

.522

4

10

82

17

5

20

.473

8

8

16

1

1

1

1

409

Total ......................................

5

3
2

5

Two weeks:
Indiana and Ohio..... ...............
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin ...........................................




TOOLS.

Total*.......................................

6

1

4

1

8
3

4

10

$0.473

MACHINE

One week:
Connecticut, Massachusetts;
and Rhode Island...................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania..........................
Indiana and Ohio......................
Illinois, Michigan, and W isconsin............................................

410

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

Pay-roll period and locality.

BULLETIN
O
F
THE

Employees whose average hours worked
Employees whose earnings per hour worked wbre—
per week day for the pay-roll period were— Aver­
age
earn­
ings
30 35 40 45 50 55 60
65
70
80
90
4
5
9 10 11
6 7
8
$1
per
U n­and and and and and and and and 12 hour Un­ and and and and and and and and and and cts. and SI. 25
der un­ un­ un­ un-f un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and work­ 30 der der der der der der der der der der
un­ and
un­ der over.
4. der der der der der der der der over ed. cts. 35 40
70
45 50 55 60 65
80
90 der
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. A . 11. 12.
U
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1. $1.25
SCRAPER H AN D S— Concluded.

58

8.2

2

16

8. 8

2

3

5

14

15

9

3

2

3

5

8

16

18

30 113 122

Total........................................

5

74

8.3

2

4

2

9

Grand total.............................

21

367

8. 7

7

12

8

18

1

$0.551
1

3

13

18

8

6

1

1

1

6

4

2

2

4

14

24

12

8

2

7

28

77

78

80

49

27

8

9

1

16

27

7

4
3

1
4

1

2

1

2

1

1

.524

14

1

.545

1

36

21

.500

9

7
1
2

2

7

LABOR

8
1

2

1

O
F

3

BUREAU

Pour weeks:
Connecticut,
Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island...................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania .......

1

One week:
Connecticut,
Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island...................
New York and New Jersey
Indiana and O h io.....................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin ...........................................
Total....................................




4
2
2

65
12
4

9.1
7. 7
10.0

1

1

1
2

1
1

7.5

9

82

8.9

6

5
2

39
6
3

13
1

1

1
3

2

7

$0.457
.631
.380

1

2
1

1

1

.650
7

48

14

1

.481

STATISTICS,

SCR E W M ACH IN E H AN D S AN D O P E R A T O R S •

1

3

10

16

28

7

7

5

2

— ■■

Two weeks:
Indiana and Ohio......................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin............................................

1

17

7.7

3

25

8.9

4

1

Total........................................

4

42

8.4

4

3

2

3

40

8.6

3

7

7.7

Four weeks;
Connecticut,
Massachusetts,
an4 Rhode I s l a n d .........
New York, New Jersey, and

2

.423

5

2

5

2

5

5

8

2

.492

2

2

1

14

1

3

3

2

15

5

8

2

.464

7

4

6

16

1

3

13

18

1

.794

4

5

1

1

.459

1

2

3

1

2

4

1

1

1

10

3

Total........................................

6

47

8.5

1

2

3

7

13

19

2

Grand total.............................

19

171

8.7

4

5

5

17

35

72

24

2
2

.744
3

.549

1

1

12

2

1

2

1

2

2

1

9

6

2

1
14

5

7

1

7

1

1

5

7

1

2

1

9

6

23

49

15

11

9

4

13

1
1

5

1

5

1

5
_____

7~

7~

SHAPER H A N D S AN D O P E R A T O R S .

......................

1

1

3
22

.526
.361

2

8.7

SO 377
.

8
4
1

.493

2

15

1

.477

10.2

7

1

8.2
8.8

2

9.7

13
5

3

•3

1

1

1
1 ► 1

1

4
1
1

1

1

2

6

3

1

Two weeks:
Indiana and Ohio .
Illinois, Michigan, and Wis­
consin.......................................

1

2

8.8

2

2

3

9.6

1

1

1

.597

Total........................................

3

5

9.2

3

1

1

.542

1

13

36

8.7

1

1

Four weeks:
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania..........................
Grand total.............................




3.
1

3

1

9
1

10

.459

2
8.3
18

1
2

1

2

2

,590 1 1 5
.514

2

TOOLS,

Total

1
2
3

MACHINE

One week:
Connecticut, Massachusetts,
and Rhode Islan d.........
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania ........................
Indiana and O h io ..........
Illinois, Michigan, and Wiscon­
sin ....
...................

2

1

2

8

1

2

1
1

1

1

2

5

2

1

7

4

2

2
3

2

412

AVERAGE AN D CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Concluded.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were-

30 35 40 45 50 55
and and and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der der der
35 40 45 50 55 60
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts. $1
and and $1.25
un­ un­ and
der der over.
$1. $1.25

THE

T O O L M A K E R S (INCLUDING DIE, G A U G E AN D JIG F IX T U R E M A K E R S ).

46

8.2
9. 5

1

9.0

20
4

1

9.5

76

8.9

2

1

1

Two weeks:
Indiana and O h io .....................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wis­
consin......................................

2

59

8. 4

1

1

2

5

2

10

7.9

1

1

1

4

69

8. 4

2

1

3

6

Four weeks:
Connecticut, Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island..................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania........................

3

61

8.0

6

1

1

4

20

8.6

Total........................................

7

81

8.1

14
2

Total......................................

Grand total.............................




26

226

8.5

8

$0,588

1

10

3

1
5

21

11

5

2

3
1

2
1

4

6

4

i

1
1

8

4

1

3

2

1

i

9

28

16

9

4

.548

4

9

13

20

11

2

1

.770

1

1

1

7

5

.580

21

12

3

7

5

4

14

45

9

3

26

17

5

1

3

31

18

3

6

15

29

3
1

6

.617

1

6

1

.710
.533

5

2

6

3

i

.707

6

11

17

35

3

i

.714

98 i r

i

.640

12 l 8 ~ ~62

.576

.716

4

9

13

4

9

10

14

8

1

3

3

12

1

8

5

12

13

26

iT 10 1*0

54

40

25^

34

8

7

1

9

7

1

20

7

1

STATISTICS,

6

15

24

....

LABOB

2

Total........................................

12

3

1

2

O
F

5
5
3

BUREAU

One week:
Connecticut,
Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island...................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania..........................
Indiana and Ohio......................
Illinois, Michigan, and Wis­
consin......................................

O
P

Employees whose average hours worked
per week day for the pay-roll period were— Aver­
age
earn­
ings
4
8
9 10 11
5
6 7
per
and and and and and and and and 12 hour Unun­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­and work­ der
30
der der der der der der der der over ed. cts.
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and locality.

A ver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
lish­ ploy­ ed per
ments ees. week
day.

TURRET LATHE HANDS AND OPERATORS.
One week:
Connecticut,
Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island..................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania..........................
Indiana and Ohio. r___

Illinois, Michigan, and W is­
consin......................................
Total..........

.....

3

4

35

8.1

4
2

28
11

2

23

8.5

1

8.7

4

1
2

1

?

9.0
10.5

2

71

9.3

1

2

19

9.6

1

90

9.3

2

2

1

2

Total........................................

4

Four weeks:
Connecticut,
Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island..................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania..........................

2

18

8.5

4

31

8.5

2
3

7

6

1

2

4

4

15

52

11

2

1

1

5

21

11

16

2

4

5

23

15

21

1
2

1

5

2

2

9

7

3

5

2
3

3

5

1

.492

2

10

2

.593
.387

5

3

$0.440

21
3

6

3

6

1

.491

6

21

17

16

13

.567

2

5

6

9

6

.659

19

.587

1

5

5

5

2

2

6

17

2

2

49

8.5

1

2

2

22

236

8.9

7

5

6

7
5

16

11 ; 22
49

89

2

1

1

2

2

1

9

5

5

10

6

2

11

1
1

7

2

3

5

6

9

1

3
7

4

9
1

12

10

17

14

12

3

1

1

1

3

3

1

7

7

1

1

1

3

1

9

G

2

.585

4
36

8

21

2

1

2

10

7

1

8

8

2

4

4

2

.546

9

28

33

32

22

23

30

26

22

9

2

3

2

TOOLS.

6

Grand total.............................

1

5

1

.536

Total........................................

2

3

3

.669

1

1
4
1

MACHINE

97

21

9

1

12

Two weeks:
Indiana and Ohio
Illinois, Michigan, and Wis­
consin.......................................

3

2
7
1

1

FEMALES.
DRILL P R E S S H A N D S A N D O P E R A T O R S .

One week:
Connecticut, Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island..................
Indiana and Ohio.................. .

2

14

7.5

1

6

8.6

Total........................................

3

20

7.8-

1

8

5.0

3

2

4

28

7.0

4

3




.........................

2

.252

5

5

11

2

.312

7

7

6

2

11

2

.316

7.

13

6

7

1

1

....

3

....

8

.325

1
4

2

2

413

Grand total

2

3

4

1

'

Four weeks:
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania........................

$0.338

1

1

414

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES— Concluded.

were—

SI
and $1. 25
un­ and
der over.
$1.25

THE

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1.

O
F

Employees whose earnings per hour worked
Aver­
age
earn
ings65
70
80
30 35 40 45 50 55
60
per U n­and and and and and and and and and and
hour der un­ an- un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
work­ 30 der der der der der der der der der der
80
90
65
70
ed. cts. 35 40 •45 50 55 60
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and locality.

Employees whose average hoars worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
9 10 11
6
7
8
estab­ em­ work­
4
5
lish­ ploy­ ed per Un­and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

ENGINE LATH E H AN D S AN D O P E R A T O R S.

8.9
9.0

Total........................................

4

39

8.1

1

5

6.9

1

3

5

44

7.9

1

7

Four weeks:
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania.........................
Grand total

..........................

4

7

26

4

$0.347

4

19
1

5

7

27

1

.343

1

.245

27

2

.332

10

5

1

1

20

7

5

1

1

20

7

5

1

1

2

3

1

1

2

3

1

5

7

7

1

1

.336
.230 " i *

1

G EAR C U T T E R H AN D S AN D O P E R A T O R S .

One week:
Connecticut, Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island..................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania.........................
Indiana and Ohio......................

1

7

7.1

1
1

6
1

7.8
8.5

Total........................................

3

14

7.5




1

5
2

1

2

1

$0,501

4
1
5

.350
.230 ' T

3

3

6

.416

3

3

i

STATISTICS,

8.0

1
1

LABOR

37

1
1

O
F

2

BUREAU

One week:
Connecticut, Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island..................
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania,.......................
Indiana and O h io ....................

INSPECTORS.
One week:
Connecticut, Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island

2

23

8.0

2

4

17

14

10.334

9
1

1

M IL L IN G -M A C H IN E H A N D S A N D OPERATORS*

One weak:
Connecticut,
Massachusetts,
and Rhode Island .
Four weeks:
New York, New Jersey, and
Pennsylvania .
.
...

2

12

7.3

3

35

7.8

---

L

4

18

SO.375

1

....

10

3

1

3

1

4

2

.350

1

4

5

22

2

.366

7

1

* 8

4

1

3

4

10

11

2

1

TOOLS.
415




................................

8. i

MACHINE

Total

23

1

416

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

MILLWORK.
BULLETIN

MALES.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

18
and
un­
der
20
cts.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

14

2
2

4

3

2
14

2
2
14
11

36
2
13
17
8
1
1

46

1

1
37
8
22
20
8
19
12

24
18
67
2
39

10

1
28
29
48
16
5
98
3
51
34
15
18
11

11

9

1
7
6
17

3

32

57

158

357

228

74

57

3

1
5

4
7

1
10
17
4

9
7
15
8
4

6
3
3

4

6
3

3

2

70
and 80
un­ cts.
der and
80 over.
cts.

BUREAU

BEN C H H A N D S .

7.0
8.6
7.6
9.0
7.8
8.8
8.0
8.9
8.1
8.5
7.7
9.6
9.1

Total......................

76

966

8.2

22

Two weeks and one-half
month:
California..................
Illinois.......................
Michigan...................
Minnesota.................
Ohio..........................

2
2
5
3
2

20
20
46
30
9

8.0
6.9
8.0
8.6
7.1

3
5
2
2




2

.....

3
2

3 * ’ *3
1

3
1
2
3 ‘ 3
1
2

10

1
2
3
3

18

2 ’ 74
1
4
4
66
1
3
2
12
2
6
51
1
1
2
""2
3
1
3
2
1
1
28

217

1

1
10
4
1

1
1
1

4

3
14
8
53
135
83
10
19
7

1
36
14
65
2
5
33
1
2
48
6
51
33

336

297

16

2
3
18
22
1

4

14
5
5

1
7
5
1
2
9
1
9
29 *

2

6

1

$0.669
.438
.481
1
.390
.531
.386
.481
.399
.431
2
.441
.420
.342
.365
3

.465

.610
.492
.443
.382
.613

2

•

53

17
2
2

STATISTICS,

90
55
102
90
72
8
231
13
91
75
35
69
35

LABOR

3
2
3
1
2

10
7
7
5
8
3
13 i
2
6
7
4
3
1

O
F

One week:
California..................
Georgia.....................
Illinois.......................
Iowa..........................
Massachusetts..........
Michigan...............
New York.................
North Carolina.........
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania...........
Tennessee.................
Wisconsin.................
Other States.............

THE

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per U n­
hour der
work­ 14
ed.
cts.

O
F

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­
ber Num­ age
of
of ber of hours
em­
9
10
11
es6
8
4
5
7
tab- ploy­ work­ U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
lish- ees. ed per der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
week 4.
der der der der der der der der over.
ments
day.
9.
10. 11. 12.
5.
6.
7.
8.

,2 6 L fZ I

Pennsylvania.
W isconsin___
Other S ta te s..

7
3
2

68
127
66

7.9
8.6
8.5

4
2
4

2
2

1
8
3

3
3

15
21
7

18
22
18

20
24
19

Total...........

26

386

8.2

22

6

13

7

59

102

109

67

2

22

7.7

2

1

1

4

10

.481
.344
.375

4

One month:
California___
Grand total.

104

1,374

8.2

44

18

32

36

280

448

410

1

2
1

1
17
5

5
54
18

7
29
14

20
24
26

22
1
2

12

1

.416

5
45
15

6

32

83

61

102

68

27

7

96

7

3

64

15

1

.461
9

.451

6

474

302

101

17

64

114

219

19
3
10
35
6
5
29
6
10
10
20
9
11

43

44

17

19
18
8
8
18

2
6
2

1

L A B O R E R S.

11
7
7
5
7
3
13
2
6
6
4
2
1

146
113
45
127
26
16
100
12
78
47
42
67
24

7.0
7.4
7.9
8.7
7.8
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.3
8.2
8.3
9.6
8.8

9
19
3
5

Total......................

74

843

8.1

52

Two weeks and one-half
month:
California..................
Illinois.......................
Michigan...................
Minnesota.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania...........
W isconsin.................
Other States.............

2
2
5
3
2
7
3
2

204
9
134
27
5
73
193
129

6.9
25
4
5.8
9
7.8
1
9.0
7.9
8.0 " *6*
8.2
13
14
8.1

Total......................

26

774

7.7

3
5
1
5
1
1

72

6
4
3

5
3
1
4

9
6
1
3
1
1

4

5
1

4

1

1

1

22

21

26

12

4

i

73
8
12
3
8

40
15
•n
6
16

8
1
1

35
2
76
8
31

4
52
6
103
1
6
37
4

6
4

1

38

117

255

284

60

14
2
13
1

30
1
25
1

117

4
4

1
6
3

6
11
6

24

18

53

*Y " ' 4 '
1

1
2

4

1
3

3

1

3

23
8
22
18

1
2
1

$0,429
.245
.306
.289
.325
.329
1
.296
.257
.295
2
.320
.283
.234
.289

6
1

2

1

2

8
28
11

41
3
2
18
25
22

2
34
19
2
32
52
16

1
53
53

1

104

228

157

116

1

1

4

4

5
2

One month:
California..................

2

139

7.7

32

3

3

7

29

55

7

3

Grand total...........

102

1,756

7.9

156

49

42

86

250

538

448

179

1

8

7
25
4

6
77
'4
36
6
2
32
2
40
15
9
20
7

2

14

13

137

256

173

149

62

18

4

3

2

20
5
10
1

1
2

5

6
58
18

11
70
75

9
1
3
7

1

3

3
42
2
2
34
43
36

71

24
6

1
48
11

109

1
1

6

5

7

112

216

166

61

129

72

8

24

106

1

8

19

20

249

472

347

234

297

91

2

2
3

2

2

.437
.322
.286
.247
.385
.321
.266
.270
.321

4

1

29
8
25
3
1
17
2
16

.400

.321

2

8
21
4

3
4
1

2

13
12

17

17

417




.308

2
5

2

HILL WORK.

One week:.
California..................
Georgia......................
Illinois . ____
Iowa..........................
Massachusetts...........
Michigan...................
New York.................
North Carolina.........
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania............
Tennessee..................
W isconsin................
Other States.............

418

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Concluded.

77

1,260

8.1

32

2
2
5
3
2
7
3
2

73
10
80
49
10
118
233
114

6.4
5.7
8.5
9.0
8. 4
8.0
8.0
8.5

Total.................
One month;
California..................

26

687
77

Grand total............

105




2

2,024

3
4
1
1
1

4

20 123
B
7
6
59
4
1
3
9
1

23
29
1

38
9
22
18
1
72
115
1
123
13
23
2
2

54
3
5
46
IS
43
38

57
15
§3
9

9
2
2
1
8
7

3

2

5

37
1

1

69

10

1

2
5
4
2

1
1

3
1
1

15

23

45

251

434

376

12
3
3
1

6

5
1
2

3
1
3

4

6
5

3
5
3

3
4
4

6
11
3

10
2
6
2
3
23
36
10

34
1
25
4
5
31
26
24

3
2
31
39
2
45
79
20

2
65
45

1

8.2

34

18

19

27

92

150

221

124

1

7.7

5

2

4

16

37

10

3

71

33

44

76

359

621

80,622
.408
.485
.878
.089
.504
.46 1
.306
.421
4
.465
.391
1
.314
.376

8.2

3

1

1

607

5

10
2

196

1
1

41
12
65
6

62

29
28

28
32

9

1
6
22
1

27
2
2
10
5
14
3
4
28
8

14
43
39
48
7
39
114
53
47
17
8
20

26
25
3

2
2
1

11

57

130

184

449

235

129

61

4

2

4

1

6

20
7

5

3
72
14

12
75
21

11
44
32

27
6
14
7
3
19
1
5

1

22
10

25
4
19
8
1
69
36
42

13

3
11

204

82

24
Wj. -T
M i

2

1

37

31

690

348

153

63

5

2

.513
.490
.397
.346
.585
.439
.329
.373
== sfe

fa=*=

11

.469
11

6

.435

17

1

4

.46&

.390

4

8
20
&
25
2
8
26
4
3?
6
11
21
13

1

22

IS

103 142 118
.p
t,
±n-a^
5
4
160

277

306

58

2
2
1

2
5
4

1

STATISTICS,

YotaL....................
Two Weeks and one-half
month:
California.. .
Illinois.....................
Michigan...................
Minnesota.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania..........
W isco n sin ..........
Other States.............

7
5
1
1
3

2
2
3
1

LABOR

6
3
3
2

O
F

7.1
8.6
7.5
9.1
9.1
7.5
7.8
8.8
8.2
8.7
8.3
9.7
9.1

BUEEAU

187
94
109
125
12
108
224
13
132
84
42
88
42

.

THE

11
7
7
5
3
8
13
2
6
7
4
3
1

Georgia
Illinois
Iowa
•. .
Michigan •.
...
Massachusetts .......
NeW York
North Carolina
OhiO - . k;
P enn sylvan ia ..........
Tennessee
Wisconsin .
Other States.............

h ands

over.

O
F

M ACH IN E

One week:

80
cts.
and

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
Employees Whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
day for the pay-roll period were—
"
N um ­
Aver­
age
ber Num­ age
earn­
of ber of hours
35
14
16
60
70
30
40
60
18
20
25
ings
6
11
7
4
5
8
9
10
em­ Work­
esper Un­ and and and and and and and and and and and
tab- ploy­ ed per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
Un­
un* un*
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and hour der un­ der un­ un­ der der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
lish- ees. Week der
der der
der der der der der
Work* 14 der
ments
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over, ed.
80
cts. 16
18
20
25
30
35
40
50
60
70
7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.
5.
6.
cts. cts. cts. cts. ctss. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

OVERALLS.
MALES.
Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em ­ work­ Un­
lish­ ploy­ ed per der
ments ees. week
day. 4.

4
5
6
8
9
10
7
and and and and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der der der der
5.
6.
7.
9.
10.
8.
11.

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
11
per
arid 12
un­ and hour
der over. work­
12.
ed.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
20

U n­
der
20
cts.

and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

3
1
3
3
3

21
2
5
4
3
1
$
1

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
$1
and and
un­ over.
der
$1 .

CUTTERS.

Total......................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Minnesota.................
North Carolina.........
Pennsylvania............
W isconsin.................
Other States..............
Total............... .




24
7
9
17
13
16
12
21
6
11
12
29
12

5
1

9
12
4
5
1

7.8
6.8
7.5
7.8
7.9
7.6
7.4
6.5
7.8
7.3
6.0
6.5
8.0
7.8
7.7
7.2
7.6
7.1
8.0

100

226

7.3

3
5
5

4
5
3
7
9

7.9
9.1
7.9
8.4

17

28

117

254

7.4

6

5
6

7
5

5
8
2

2
2

6

1
1

1

1
1

1
3
1

1
5

1

3

5

2

1
8
18
1
1

1
..............
4
7

9

37

6
3
5
8
2
3
10
11
2
9
1
3
9
3
6
11
3
3

18
3
3
1
10
8
2

98

61

6
1

4
1
3
1
1
3

1

1

1
1
1
7

1

1

3
B

2

8 .0

3

1

2

8.3

6

17

1

4

104

78

8

5

1

1

7
3

1

10.633
.513
.566
.530
.526
.451
.727
,836
.547
.654
.614
.628
1
.586
.787
.585
.646
.528
.660
.573

4

7

9

37

.619

1

J
4

3

1

.607

3
1
2

1

1

2

1

1

8

1

1
8

1

13

18

1
1
1
2

1
1

.....

3
1
1
1
3
2
1
1
32

1
2
3
2

2
16

8

1
1

1
1

3

1

1
1

1

2

7 . 3
4
2
25 . . . . .
6

2
2
7

1
1

96

1
2
1

1
1
1

1
18

21

7

5

7

5

1

2
1

1

1

2

3

2
1

1

4

.511
1

1
1
1 **’i ‘
2
2
1
6
6
3
3
1

.557
.632
.458
.502
.447

2

1

9

5

5

2

2

1

12

2?

23

37

98

20

22

419

Grand total............

4
5
6
9
7
4
7
3
5

OVERALLS.

One week:
California.
Georgia......................
Illinois.......................
Indiana..........
Iowa..........................
Maryland..................
Massachusetts...........
Michigan__ _
Minnesota.................
Missouri.....................
New Jersey..............
New York.................
Ohio...........................
P ennsylvania..........
Tennessee.............
Texas........................
Virginia.....................
W isconsin.................
Other States..............

420

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Concluded.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

U n­
der
20
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

3
1
3
5

1
3
1
2

1
5
5

2
6
7
1

1
1
4
7
5
1

1
2
6
3

12

7

11

16

19

12

6

5

3

12

6

5

3

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
$1
and and
un­ over.
der
$1.

THE

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num ­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em ­ work­
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
lish­ ploy­ ed per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
8.
9.
5.
6.
7.
10. 11. 12.

O P ER AT O R S.

Total......................

20

103

6.3

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Pennsylvania............
Other States..............

2
2

4
2

8.o
8.1

Total......................

4

6

24

109

6.4

7

1
21

3
1
5
9




3
4
7
11
11

7
9
3

36

19

.567

3
1

.475
.245

2

8.4

Grand total............

11

4
15

10.812
.794
.568
.642
.552
.349

1
1

1
5
4
2
3 '**i*
1
2

11

7

21

9

4
23

.551

1

1

5

2
2

1

1

6

4

1
1

1

2

1

1

7-

5

.398

38

1

1

3

2
1
2
1

1
1
3

3

2

1

2
12

7

11

16

21

STATISTICS.

6.8
7.3
4.5
6.3
6.8
6.7

LABOE

4
4
16
32
29
18

O
F

2
2
3
3
3
7

BUBEAU

One week:
Illinois.......................
Massachusetts...........
New Jersey...............
New York.................
Pennsylvania............
Other States.............

FEMALES.

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
Aver­
day for the pay-roll period were—
age
Num­ Num­ dum­
ber of ber of ber of
11
estab­ em ­ hours
8
9
10
4
5
6
7
lish­ ploy­ work­ Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. ed per der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
week 4. der der der der der der der der over.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.
5.
day.

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

Un­
der
12
cts.

12
and
un­
der
14
cts.

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

18
and
un­
der
20
cts.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
cts.
and
over.

CUTTERS.

One week:
All States

2

4

4

8.0

10.576

3

1

OVERALLS.

E X A M IN E R S .

One week:
California.......
Georgia..........
Illinois...........
Indiana..........
Iowa...............
Maryland.......
Massachusetts
Michigan.......
Minnesota___
Missouri.........
New Jersey...
New York___
Ohio...............
Pennsylvania.
Tennessee___

2

3

10

3

1

2

1

2
1

2
2
3
1

7
14
7
2
1

1

Wisconsin___
Other States..

91

6.9

4

7
2
2

1
2
6
12
3
11
3
10
3
6

21
10
5
6
10

2
8
1
2

76

1

1
1

2

3
12
4
9
10
2
13

15

37

51

110

1

6

5
1

1
4
6

SO 304
.
.232
.280
.259
.290
.227
.312
.334
.248
.306
.309
.324
.268
.244
.272
.268
.266
.394
.292

1

1
1
5

1

1
1
1
4

1

1

1

9

8

2
1

1
1
2
1

13
7
7
5
7
6
2
7
4
6
7
3
9
5
6
5
2
1

16

53

102

2
1
1
2
1

2
2
18
1
5

1
5

5
4
1
3
4
3

6

4
1
2

1

3

4
4
3
2
1
5
6
5
2
9

1
1
1

1
4

2

3
3
2

1

1

2
1

2

1

1

1
2
1
4

3

6

1

2

3

55

27

13

6

5

4

1

1

421




.....

4

Texas...........

Total........

3
3
1
10

1

1
1

422

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES— Concluded.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

12

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

18
20
30
25
and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der
20
25
30
35
cts. cts. cts. cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and 60
un­ cts.
der and
60 over.
cts.

Grand total

2

4
5

5
4
9
17

7.8

3

8 .0
6 .0

7.6

4

2

1

2

1
1
6

1

$0.234
.274
.304
.199

2

3
2

7

14

35

7.3

1

4

2

2

11

14

1

105

7.0

5

19

39

53

121

90

7

.286

1

1

7

3

2
2
1
1

2
1

4
3

1
1
1

3

1

7

4

6

10

3

3

1

10

15

20

59

112

58

30

13

6

5

4

1

4
5
5
13

10

4
9
52

12
22
12

32
4

14

11

11

12

1
1
6

21

68

4

9

10

7

10
20
22

8
12

7

9

1

1

32
13
33
9

73
39
15
80
53
35
35
70
25

42
15

2

93
57
30
117
65
32
28
52
25

73
34

33

62
57
30
97

2

16
3
7
38
14

91
9

67
6

OPER ATO R S.

One week:
California.......
Georgia..........
Illinois...........
Indiana..........
Iowa...............
Maryland.......
Massachusetts
Michigan.......
Minnesota___




5
li
9
8

5
7
3
r
j

433
245
168
545
269
204
147
494
88

7.1
6 .8

7.2
6.7
7.2
5.7
6.7
6 .0

7.3

11

13

26

10

21
20

9
4
34

4
43

10

8

7
5
25

13
4
71
1

37
31
66
12

136
9

53
79
21

123
17
23
50
132
5

2 12

62
52
157
114
95
76
130
40

118
64
67
151
84

33

5

.......

$0,318
.282
.321
.258
.277
.313
.357
.381
.325

4
1

27
1
2

2
1

3
.......

49
27
33
23
107
12

24

7
4

19
8
2

7

5

10

2

45

9

STATISTICS,

1
1

.240

334

1

LABOR

Total

3

O
F

Two Weeks and one-half
month:
Minnesota..............
Ohio.................
Wisconsin.
Other States...

BUREAU

E X A M IN E R S —Concluded.

THE

and
un­
der
14
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per U n­
hour der
work­ 1 2
ed.
cts.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
N um ­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
9
10
11
4
7
5
6
lish­ ploy­ ed per Un- and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week dfer un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
10. 11. 12.
6.
7.
5.

310
26o
346
421
137
296
359
444
126
20

6.5
5.8
6.5
6.8
6.7
7.0
6.3
7.1
6.5
7.8

12
22
7
12
11
12
21

65
171
62
82
55

Missouri....................
New Jersey...............
New York; ...............
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania...........
Tennessee.................
T ex a s.......................
Virginia....................
W iseoiisin.................
Oth^r States.............

6.8
8 ,5

10

11
30
15
13
11
15
19

23

119
141
199
87
43
40
128
49
14

132
20
26
171
34
160
157
345
45

18
18
1
20
6
16
27

20
52
62
46
14
13

35
62
2
45
31
22
61

.340
.331
4&13
<325
<290
* 2^4
,296
.848
.295
»192

16
*37*
92
24
56
12
26
24
18

1
2
11
11
8
17
5
12
1
1

.289
.262
.214
.243
,214
.287
.227

2
8

5
6
13
5
9
12
14
3
2

3
11
7
19
19

34
43
24
66
25
5

78
42
75
69
26
75
30

61
53
60
104
15
48
65
68
34
1

46
31
46

m

25
25

35
26
18
48
8
16
27

15

28
16
21
2?
4
3
7
39

12
14
13
9
4
4
11
24
1

1
1
1
20

tf*otaL....... * ...........
Two weeks and one-half
mdiith:
M in n e so ta .....*.......
ISforth Carolina.........
Ohio.

Penn
Tfciin----Wis&5hsin
O t t a Stat
f a t a l...
Grand total.......




1A

m

1*79

3
10

7.0
6.7

6.9

20

743

128

6,060

34
277

106

337

672 1429 2276

1
46
m

28

15
9

u

60
214

28

4
1
1
2
15

*251

24
75

89

91

197

4

16
9
6
7

4
7
12

11

m

21
16

42

5

18

19
37

21
60

49

11
21
1

4
1
14

27

2

175

54

26

800

514

285 1036 1231 1022

3
305

424

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

PAPER AND PULP.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

14
16
18
Un­ and and and
der un­ un­ un­
14 der der der
20
cts. 16
18
cts. cts. cts.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

BUKEAU

A C ID M A K E R S (P U L P ).

.507

9.0
9.9
10.0
8.2

.476
.546

Total......................

24

9.4

Grand total..........

106

9.4




13

36

.473
41

19

17

15

.500

48

36

STATISTICS.

9.5

28

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Oregon......................
W ashington..............
W isconsin.................
Other States.............

SO 575
.
.479
.499
.579
.584
.473
.450
.453
.436
.469

LABOR

T otal......................

9.4
9.6
9.2
8.0
9.0
9.1
9.6
12.7
9.2
9.7

O
F

One week:
M aine........................
Massachusetts..........
Michigan...................
Minnesota.................
New Hampshire.......
N ew York.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania...........
W isconsin.................
Other States.............

70
and
un­ cts.
der and
80 over.
ctg.

THE

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

O
F

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
A ver­
N um ­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
lish­ ploy­ ed per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
4. der der der der der der der der over.
day.
5.
6.
7.
8.
10. 11. 12.
9.

BULLETIN

MALES.

BACK TENDERS (PAPER).
One week:
C!ojiTip.otiont - __
Maine........................
Michigan . . . . . . .
Minnpsnfa . ............
New TTfvmpphirPi,
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania............
Vermont..................
Wisconsin..........
Other States.............
Total

..........

9.2
8.6
8.5
8.2
8.0
9.3
9.2
9.0
9.8
7.9
9.0
8.6

69

597

8. 8

2
2
2
3
2
2

16
20
34
49
34
12

7.8
10.0
7.2
7.6
8.5
7.8

5

1
1

1
1

3

1
1
1
1

7

4

10

1
3
2
5

1
3

1
3
2
1
2

4
2
3
2
2
2
2
1
4
2
1
1

1
3
6
4
1

26

1
1
1
3

10
60
62
26
20
14
47
16
31
16
22
3

1
20
9
7

26

327

68

5
1
2
2
5
2

7

2

19
26
15
7

4
8
6
1

3
2

1
5

2
3
9
2
1
1
3
1
6

2
7
5
9
4
3 * * ‘4'
1
1
33

3
1
2

4
3
1
3
8
1
6
1
3

4 $0,412
5
.533
9
.491
.538
.667
5
.509
14
.514
3
.511
21
.523
1
.485
4
.471
.586

30

66

3

11

1
1

1

.511

2

_ _ _ _____ _____ _____

1
6

6

2
4

8
35
7
4
17
28

9

7

14

6

221

262

8

8

165

8.2

11

4

9

6

17

74

21

6

5

12

.528

82

762

8.7

18

8

19

32

43

401

89

39

35

78

.515

18

* 3 0 " '4 '
14
19
7
13
1
11

1

9

17

6

19
5

4
1

1

3

10

2
47

20

11

5
3

4

2
11
7

18
9

7

75

40

20

8

4

14

24

296

302

67

28

15

1

13
9
3

2
4
12

4
1
5

15
12
6
15
23
14
2
7

2

19

35

94

3

PULP.

13

Grand total

3
45
46
36
3
20
20
13
48
9
15
4

7

.500
.404
.522
.552
.604
.470

Total

15
40
61
6

8

AN
D

New Jersey...............
Ohio..........................
Oregon.....................
W ashington.......
W isconsin.................

26
94
109
42
26
28
86
28
80
29
43
6

PAPER

Two weeks and one-half
month:

6
5
12
5
4
4
11
4
9
3
5
1

B A R K E R M E N (P U L P ).
One week:
Maine........................
Michigan .................
Minnesota ...............
New Hampshire.......
New York.................

Verm ont.......................

Wisconsin.................
Other States.............
Total

28
23
9
15
31
19
19
7

9 .2
8 .9
8 .9
8 .8
7.7
8.9
10.0
11.1

1

26

151

8.9

2

1

1

2

1
1

1

3

3

1

1
1

5
1
6

3

10
9
.4
12
17
1

1
13
3
2
5
15
4

8

2

1
2
7
5

4

53

43

23

7

1

3 $0,413
.405
.448
1
.428
.421
.406
2
.332
2
.462
8

.408

1

425




..............

3
5
3
2
5
3
4
1

426

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOUES WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour Worked were—

U n­
der
14
cts.

10
and
un­
der
18
cts.

18
and
un­
der
20
cts.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
cts.
and
over.

BUKEAU

B A R K E R M EN (P U L P )—Concluded.

50
and
un­
der
60
Ctf5.

THE

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
A ver­
N um ­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
10
4
8
11
5
6
9
7
lish­ ploy­ ed per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
10. 11. 12.
6.
7.
8.
9.
5.

O
F
LABOR




6
5
12
5
4
4
11
4
9
2

15
43
69
26
12
22
35
18
54
7

9.2
8.5
8.8
8.0
8.8
8.8
9.2
10.1
10.2
10.3

1
2
1
2

1
1
1
1

1
2
1
2
2
1

2
4
5
3
1
2
5
5

1
1
3
1
2
1
3
3
10

2
1
5
1
2
4
13

3 $0,462
3
.022
5
.617
.524
.636
2
.569
5
.527
2
.477
12
.601
4 \5 6 1

• 3

6

10
4
4
2

3
6

5
2
15
1

STATISTICS.

ie week:
Connecticut..............
Maine.............. . . . . . .
Massachusetts..........
Michigan...................
Minnesota.................
New Hampshire.......
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania...........
Vermont...................

W isconsin___
Other States..
Total.
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
New Jersey...............
Ohio...........................
Oregon.......................
W ashington..............
Wisconsin.................

5
1

16
6

9.1
7.6

68

323

9.1

2
2
2
3
2
2

8
6
15
63
35
6

8.9
8.5
8.1
8.4
8.8
8.3

2

1
10

179

27

1

3

1

2

1

Total......................

13

133

8.5

1

Grand total............

81

456

8.9

4

2

1

1

1
4
6

4
4
13
48
12
5

2
1
9
10
1

8

25

.516
.572

30

38

.573

.589
.578
.554
.462
.485
.540

2

3

2
1

2

2

10
3

1

3

2

12

86

23

3

4

10

22

265

50

28

4
30

2

10

16

5
6

48

143

72

3
2
8
12
8
6

5
3
7

1
51
21

.550

2

10

16

22

10

22

10

6

73

.495

42

3 .......I........
.......| ........

8

21

182

93

20
5
6
6
6
6
3
7

5
1

PAPER

39

121

BLOW-PIT MEN (PULP).

25
6
8
6
6
8
5
10
11
3

8.7
8.8
9.3
8.3
10.6
7.9
9.6
10.2
8.5
7.5

1

Total......................

25

88

9.0

2

Two weeks and one-half
month:
O reg o n ....................
Washington..............
Wisconsin.................
Other States.............

3
2
2
1

16
12
6
3

8.2
9.0
8.4
8.0

1

Total......................

8

37

8.5

1

Grand total............

33

8.7

1

1

1

1
1
1

14
2
3
5
2
3
3
2
6
1

4
2
1
1
1
1

1
2

1
1
1
1

1
1

2

6

5

41

13

4

1

11
4
6
3

3
5

24

8

65

21

3 ___ _
6
7

1
2

2 $0,462
.446
1
.418
.468
3
.417
.425
1
.392
3
.475
1
.368
.430

1
2

•6

6

2

1

2

1

6

2
2

2
9

.436

4

13

.434
.451
.365
.420

11

2

3

.427
11

.433

____

.

_
_

3 __
7
13

3

3
9

62

16
12
3
3
34
96

____ ____ „_____

—
9

427




125

3

PTJLP.

5
2
3
2
2
3
2
2
3
1

AN
D

One week:
Maine........................
Massachusetts...........
Michigan...................
Minnesota.................
New Hampshire.......
New York.................
Ohio...........................
Pennsylvania............
Wisconsin.................
Other States.............

428

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALE S—Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
4
U n­
der
14
cts.

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

18
and
un­
der
20
cts.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

53
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
cts.
and
over.

THE

CALENDER M E N (PAP ER ).

102
66
29
7
27

8.2
8.4
8.7
8.3
8.6

1

1
1

1

1

T otal......................

24

231

8.4

1

2

2

17

12

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Ohio..........................
Other S tates............

2
3

61
13

7.8
8.6

1

1

2

3

9
2

2

2
6
8

3
3
5

5

74

7.9

1

1

2

3

11

Grand total...........

29

305

8.3

2

3

4

20

23

7
2
3

6
8
1
2
4

1

1

148

21

13

3

39
4

3
7

1 $0,562
3
.478
.471
7
.457
1
.498

3

43 1 10
191

31

2

12

2
3
2

9
44
17
3
12

78
18
4
2
14

15
1
2

3

7

85

116

18

2

48
7

13
6

2

.462
.486

3
16

.516

3

.466
3

12

.504

1

55
3

7

1

19

140

135

18

3

2

1
3

2

4

STATISTICS.

Total......................

81
41
3
5
18 ,

O LABOR
F

2
9
6
2
5

BUREAU

One week:
Maine........................
Massachusetts..........
Pennsylvania...........
W isconsin.................
Other States.............

CALENDER M E N , B O S S (PAPER ).

One week:
Massachusetts...........
..............

3
2

6
3

7.9
9.1

1

4
2

1

$0.527
1 Other States
.613

T otal......................

5

9

8.3

1

6

1

1




.556

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
N um ­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
4
6
7
8
10
11
5
9
lish­ ploy­ ed per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un- un­ un- un- un­ un- un­ un­ and
day. 4. dsr der dsr dor der dar der der over.
7.
6.
10. 11. 12.
8.
5.
9.

3
==1

=====

Two weeks and one-half
month:
A ll States...................
Grand total....

1

3

8.0

6

12

8.2

3
1

3

1.354
1

9

1

3

.755

2

18

6

3
5
2
5
13
8

4

3

1
2

C H IP P E R M E N (P U L P ).
One week:
Mainfi
Massachusetts__
Michigan__

1
1
7
3
1
1
3
1

8.7
9.7
8.3
8.1
9.0
8.6
9.2
11.2
10.1
9.0

Total......................

28

93

9.2

2

2

2

4

5

22

20

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Oregon___
Washington........
Wisconsin
. .
Other States.

3
2
2
1

29
20
3
2

6.2
8.7
8.8
9 .0

5
1

3

5
3

1
1

5
1
1

8
3

8

54

7.4

6

3

8

2

7

36

147

8.5

8

5~

10

~6

12~

1

1

1

2
1

10
3
2
2
4

2
2
1
1
2
4
3

4
1

1 $0,459
.378
.'405
.464

1

3
9
1

.420
.403
.431
.344
.430

4

.424

4

2

2
1
2

2
8

15

10

11

2
5
1
2

1
1

5

.443
.459
.393
.390

1

11

10

2

5

.444

1

2

51

33

30

17

15

6

18

107

12

8
6

6
2
6

2

5
3
2
5

1
3
2
3
3
3

2

29

29

1

2

.431

4

2

5

16

2

3

2
56

12

29
20
2

PULP.

11

4

AN
D

Grand total............

1

PAPER

T otal.. .

1

1

2

24
3
13
7
4
6
13
15
6
2

New York.
Ohio...

1

2

5
2
4
2
2
3
2
4
3
1

C O O K S (P U L P ).
5
2
5
2
2
3
2
4

9.2
8.8
7.7
8.6
10.2
9.1
9.8
12.3
9.2
8.0

1
1

1

1

1

3
1

18
11
16
6
5
8
5
11
8
3

Total......................

29

91

9.3

3




1
1

10
5
11
1
3

1
2

1

2
3

2

2

35

2
5
1
1
2

5
1
1
3
2
2

2
2
15

2
1
1

14

2.

1 $0,627
.481
.535
.670
2
.623
2
.504
1
.477
.580
9
1
. 4S8
16

.555

8
1
4
4
4

4

2

21

2

8

2

429

One week:
Maine........
Massachusetts...........
Michigan...................
Minnesota...............
N ew Hampshire.
New York.
Ohio...........................
Pennsylvania..........
Wisconsin.................
Other States...........

430

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued
MALES—Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

Un­
der
14
cts.

16
and
un­
der
18
cts,

18
and
un­
der
20
Cts.

20
25
and and
un­ un­
der der
30
25
c t s ., cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and 80
un­ cts.
der and
80 over.
cts.

THE

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
A ver­
N um ­ Num ­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
4
5
6
7
8
10
11
9
lish­ ploy­ ed per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
6.
10. 11. 12.
7.
8.
9.
5.

CO O K S (PULP)—Concluded.

13
6
6
3

8.5
9.1
8.2
8.2

1

6
1
3
3

1

8

28

8.5

2

Grand total............

37

119

9.1

5

1

13
2

2

2

$0,607
.591
Washington
.456
.476

2

10

3

48

25

17

6
3

16

.555

9
3

9
2

7

12

38

.557
2

4
3

36

33

7

8

2

LABOR

T otal......................

5
5

O
F

3
2
2
1

BUKEAU

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Oregon......................
__
W isconsin................
Other States..............

CO U N TER S (PAPER).

21
2
8

8.9
9.4
8.8

1

T otal......................

31

8.9

1

12

Two weeks and one-half
month:
A ll S tates..............

3

12

7.1

1

1

15

43

8.4

1

1

2




11
1
5

1

1
2

17

1

1

Grand total............

1

8

3

8

3

1
1

25

$0,483
.383
.410

1
2
5

13

1

.458

8

16

.431

12

1

.450

8

28

1

8

1

7

3
7

7

STATISTICS.

One week:
Massachusetts...........
7
2
Vermont....................
Other States 3
..............

CUTTERS (PAPER).
One wefck:

N p.w Hampshire
Ohio**.
Pennsylvania
Vermont..
W isconsin..
Other States*

5
8
5
3
3
5
3
5
2
5
1

18
27
11
5
15
11
15
27
7
11
1

8.9
9.1
9.1
8.9
9.0
9.2
9.5
9.1
8.1
9.7
9.2

7
3
6
6
14
2

8.9
10.3
9.2
7.6
8.5
9.5

Total.....................

12

38

8.7

Grand total..........

57

186

9.0

fo ta l.

1

4

11
6
11
18
1
6
1

1
1
2

2

3
4
3

1
1

2
5
1

7

26

88

17

5
1
2
1
5
1

2

3

1

1

1
1

2
1
2
3
6

1

1

1

2

14

15

3

2

1

5

9

40

103

20

2

1

$0.468
.436
.416
.443
.437
.450
.375
.412
.404
1
.390
.450

7
6
4

2

3

.424

8
5
1
1

3
16
6
4
14
5
7
13
5
5
1

3

2
1

10

39

79

18

6
1

1

3
2
11
2
4

1
2
4
6
13
1

1

2

6
2

1

.395
.406
.469
.445
.466
.380

1

1

.441

1

7

27

3

4

.428

11

46

106

21

1

15

10

10

6

*500

18

28

.526

33

38

10

6

1

1

2

1

1

PULP.

9.1

2
2
2
2
2
2

3

15
11
8

AD
N

148

1

2
6
2
3
4
1

PAPER

45

Two weeks and one-half
month;
Michigan.................
New Jersey.
Ohio........ ...............
Oregon___ .
W ashington............
Wisconsin...............

1
4

1

ENAMELERS (PAPER).
One week:
All States..................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States.................
Total......................

41

9.2

2

46

8.0

1

8.5

1

7

1

2

17

1

7

34

3

2

9

51

12

9

3

3

2 $0,556

7

2

431




5

432

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

Un­
der
14
cts.

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

18
and
un­
der
20
cts.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

28
39
37
1

3
1

4

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

THE

GR INDER M E N (PU LP).

4
5
2
1

1

Total......................

22

382

8.8

12

16

13

19

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Oregon......................
W ashington..............
Wisconsin.................
Other States.............

2
2
2
1

117
40
10
6

6.8
8.1
8.0
8.0

28
3
1

5
2

6
2

4

1
10
5

1
7
4
1

3
1
13
1

1
10
3
9

3
14
5
13

$0,500
.482
.471
.443
.366
.389

6
13
5

......

8

2
16
14
4
13
6

9
57
84
32
26
1
22

76

55

23

35

.455

24

18

230

106

43
3

2
7
1

2
2

3

90
34
7
6

27
6

3

137

10
24
27
7

1

21
37
34
12
8
12

9

124

1

15
4
1

16
17
4
6

2
5
1

Total......................

7

173

7.2

30

7

8

5

20

43

46

10

4

Grand total............

29

555

8.3

42

23

21

24

29

167

122

65

27

.402
.473
.409
.430
.420
35

12

.445

24

21

2 $0.429

3

15

33
139

L O FTM EN (PAPER).

One week:
Massachusetts and
Connecticut...........




i7

65

8.3

1

5

17

27

8

5

42

5

4

STATISTICS.

8.3
8.2
8.6
8.9
10.9
8.9

LABOR

37
99
134
39
45
28

O
F

2
4
7
3
4
2

BUREAU

One week:
Maine........................
Minnesota.................
New York.................
Verm ont...................
Wisconsin.................
Other States.............

70
and 80
un­ cts.
der and
80 over
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
N um ­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
4
5
G
7
estab­ em­ work­
11
8
9
10
lish­ ploy­ ed per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4.
der der der der der der der der over.
6.
8.
10. 11. 12.
5.
7.
9.

MACHINE TENDERS (PAPER).
23
90
110
39
28
27
77
28
62
28
39

9.5
8.5
8.5
8.8
8.2
9.6
9.2
9.1
9.9
8.3
9.4
7.8

Total......................

557

8.9

17

329

60

.700
.600
.709
.694
.715
.655

707

12

10

17

27

24
418

83

10
7

12
29

32

17

79




67

480

8.7

5
12
10
4
1
12
•20
2
4
6
22

$0,361
.461
.447
.424
.446
.424
.402
.397
.508
.400
.372

8.3
8.8
12.0
10

21

23

147

170
74
=1=

14

.430

i Includes 1 establishment in Connecticut close to Massachusetts.

20
1

209

171

6
7
17
13
12
12

15
9
5

67

37

25

3
‘ io

22

3

40

40
19
28
20
59
5
20
29
11
260

1
13
9
2
5
7
28

70

433

Total...............

7.6
9.3
8.8
8.3
8.1
8.1
9.0

13
9
18
12
24
13
5

13
9

105

.691

P A C K E R S (P A P E R ).
One week:
Connecticut.......
Maine................ .
Massachusetts...
Michigan............
Minnesota..........
New Hampshire
New York..........
Ohio...................
Pennsylvania__
Vermont............
Wisconsin..........
Other States.......

1
35
38
20
13
14
23

PULP.

1

150

Grand total............

21
2

.692

67

9.1
12.4
8.6
8.4
8.8
8.2

Total......................

2
15

AN
D

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
New Jersey................
Ohio...........................
Oregon......................
Washington..............
Wisconsin.................

$0,567
722
695
695
805
698
662
661
724
614
658

PAPER

124793°— 20----------- 28

One week:
Connecticut..............
Maine........................
Massachusetts..........
Michigan...................
Minnesota.................
New Hampshire.......
New York.................
Ohio...........................
Pennsylvania............
Vermont...................
Wisconsin.................
Other States..............

434

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

Aver-

14
16
18
U n­ and and and
der un­ un­ un­
14 der der der
20
cts. 16
18
cts. cts. cts.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
cts.
and
over.

THE

PACK ER S (PAPER)—Concluded.

7.0
8.8
24

102
17

24

30

45

171

215

11

.412
79

14

9

.427

54

77

109

337

70

8

16
2
3

4

1 1 1
1 |
1 I.......

21

7

3 j

LABOR

13

Grand total......... .

O
F

Total......................

4
3
25
25
9
11

0.387
.347
.417
.438
.442

8.3
8 .4

BUREAU

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan................. .
New Jersey..............
Ohio..........................
Oregon......................
W ashington............ .
W isconsin.................

7
2
3

29
5
8

8.4
8.9
8 .2

1

1

Total......................

12

42

8.4

Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States.................

1

6

8.8

Grand total...........

13

48

8.5




2

1

2

23
3
2

•2
2
2

1

$0,462
.438
.518

2

2

2

28

6

3

.469

2

.......I........I........
1
2
2

2

4

30

10

1

8

4

.462
3

.469

2

8

25

3

1

I
2 ....... .........
9

3 !

STATISTICS.

PLATER M E N (P A PER ).

One week:
Massachusetts .........
Pennsylvania............
Other States..............

O
F

earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whoss average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
N um ­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
10
4
6
7
8
estab­ em­ work­
11
5
9
lish­ ploy­ ed per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
7.
8.
10. 11. 12.
5.
6.
9.

=r==

1 i

PRESSMEN (PULP).
One week:
Maine.........................

77
49
65
34
107
21
43
55
6

8.3
8.1
8.4
9.3
8.1
11.0
8.5
9.4
8.3

1
1
8
1
2

T otal......................

35

457

8.6

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Oregon..................
W ashington............
W isconsin.................
Other States..............

8
2
2
1

148
63
6
3

8

220

43

677

.....

5
2
2
4
1
4
1
5 *’i 6 ‘

2
6
1
1
5

52
10
21
5
31
16
15
6
10
33
1
1
1
17
3
4 Wisconsin
10
6
2
2

2
1
1

2
1

3
8

13

11

14

40

20

182

59

49

32

7.3
8.6
8 .2
8.0

29
4

11

7
1

6
4

7
5

13
15
6
3

69
19

6
12

3

7.7

33

11

8

10

12

37

88

18

3

50

32

219

147

67

35

8.3

46

22

22

37

16
6
10
4

18

20

.444

11

45

,458
.459
430
.450
.457
37

53
33
51
34
75
9
33
32
5

24

325

57

143
55
0
3

3
1
2 SO.468
.407
7
2
6
.478
1
2
.427
4 ......
6
10
.438
11
.576
9
3
6
7
.406
3
3
.402
10
8
7
1 Other States .455

5
8

10
31
13
11

8.5
8.4
8.6
8.7

1

1

Total, ................... .

17

65

8.5

1

1

2

1

6

1

1

14

2

1

2

1

7

24

38

8

TWO Weeks and one-half
month:
All States.................

2

19

9.0

19

84

8.6

2

1

2
18
3

5
10
1
8

23

24

8

2

8

2

207

13

45

532

70

5
4

2
12

1
15

14

22

$0,360
.391
.277
.370

13

1

.360

15

14

2

10

7

1

.359

15

16

24

29

...... ..... .......
6

2

2

.357

5

6

435




2
1
3

1

Grand total...........

2

7

1
1

PULP.

2
9
3
3

1

15
3

20

.448

R A G W O R K E R S (PAPER).

One week:
CofiifectiSiit..............
Massachusetts...........
Pennsylvania............
Other States..............

13

AD
N

Grand total...........

2
2

PAPER

New York.................
Pennsylvania............
Vermont....................
.................
.............

5
4
4
3
8
2
3
4
2

BY SEX AND

436

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES— Continued.

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

14
18
16
U n­ and and and
der un­ un­ un­
14 der der der
20
18
cts. 16
cts. cts. cts.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

24
11
11
9
15
16

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­ cts.
der and
80 over.
cts.

THE

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

3
4
12

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

or

Aver­
age'
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
A ver­
N um ­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
4
estab­ em­ work­
10
5
6
7
8
11
9
lish­ ploy­ ed per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments ees.
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over,
6.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.
5.
7.

SCREEN M E N (PU LP).

...

26

138

8.8

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Oregon
..
___
Washington
Other States..............

2
2
2

18
17
7

8.9
6.8
7.0

1

Total

2
2

64

31

12

2
1

9
4
4

7
1
1

2

1
1
3

2

6

1

6

42

8.6

1

4

1

Grand total............

32

180

8.8

1

5

4




7

1

Total......................

1
3
3
2
1
1

.....

1

1 • 3

10
4
2
5

13
5
8
11
13
1
8
5

1

1

1

4
1

1
2

1

3
6

17

9

81

40

14

3
1

2 $0,460
.448
.428
1
.396
.439
4
.442
.363
1
.428
1
9

.427

5

5

2

10

1

9

5
2

4

9

26

.466
.456
.420

5
5

2
2

.433

6

6

7
93

18
17
7
42

.454

14

2
1
3

STATISTICS.

9.1
8.8
8.2
8.7
8.1
10.0
8.3
9.2

LABOR

26
15
18
21
15
18
16
9

O
F

4
2
4
3
3
4
3
3

4

9

26

135

BUBEAU

One week:
.................
Maine
Massachusetts..
Michigan...................
New Hampshire.
New York
Pennsylvania............
Wisconsin
Other States..............

SIZE MAKERS (PAPER).
One week:
Maine....... .......... .
Massachusetts..........
Michigan
New Hampshire__
New York.................
Pennsylvania............
W isconsin.................
Other States..............

2
10
5
4
3
3
4
4

4
15
5
4
4
5
4
6

8.1
9.1
9.5
7.5
9.7
10.3
10.1
9.9

1

Total......................

35

47

9.3

1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Oregon......................
Washington..............

4
7
1
1
1
1
1

_

1

^

Total......................

5

6

10.7

Grand total............

40

53

1

1
2
2
3

1
1
1

14

4

1

.440

1

1
2

.435
.469
.434

1

11

.....

$0.438
.448
.401
.418
.471
.503
1
.376
.438

3

.446

5

4

.445

5

2

9.5

2

_
1

17~ ~ n

14

1

3
2
1
1
3

1

10

4
9
2
4
2
3
1
6
31

3
1

4

1

4

1

2
2
2
6
1

37

8
2
7

6
1
3

AN
D

10

SP L IT T E R M E N (PULP).

4
2
2
3
2

14
3
10
6
9

9.7
9 .8
8.2
9.9
8.7

1

Total......................

13

42

9.1

1

1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Oregon......................
Washington..............
W isconsin.................
Other States..............

2
2
2
1

22
14
3
2

8.1
9.8
9.3
9.0

2

1
1

3

1

3

1

2

6
2
6
3
6

2

7

23

5

1

2

.393

2
2

2
1

6
3
3
2

2
2

3
4

1

.497
.462
.393
.420

3

14

4

7

1

.474

1

6

10

37

9

8

3

.433

7

1
1

1

3

2 SO 413
.
.384
.395
.339
.397

6
6

5

4

22

14

■
>
1

7

41

8.8

2

2

3

1

Grand total............

20

83

9.0

2

3

4

1

4

19
14
2
2

1

3

37
22

3

51

3

437

Total......................




2

1

PULP.

One week:
Maine........................
Massachusetts..........
New Hampshire.......
Wisconsin.................
Other States.........

1

PAPER

2
2
8.0
2
2 11.6
Other States..............
2 12.5
1

15

3
3
1
1
1
1
1

438

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Concluded.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
14
16
18
Un­ and and and
der un­ un­ un­
14 der der der
18
20
cts. 16
cts. cts. cts.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

12
12

2
17

3
58
53
30
3
18
45
10
30
20
26

81

296

68

13

15
33
35
18
12

9
9

1
3

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

TH IR D H AND S (P A P E R ).
One week:
Connecticut..............
Maine........................
Massachusetts..........
Michigan...................
Minnesota.................
New Hampshire.......
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania............
Vermont...................
W isconsin.................

5
5
9
5
4
4
10
3
5
3
5

23
71
71
42
29
29
78
29
40
23
43

9.1
8.3
8.7
8.3
8.0
9.1
8.8
8.8
10.4
8.3
9.1

2
1
1
1

1

2
2
1

1
1

2
2
1
1
2
1

7
2
1
2

1
5
3
3
5

12
6
7
1
1
6
3
7
4
7

2
4
2
1

3

11
39
40
24
19
17
44
11
6
12
17

29

240

54

22

6
11
35
10
7
2

1
4

2
1

8

4
2

2

.422
.406
.472
.500
.420
.583

..... ......
2
2
1
3

3

......

4
1
4
1

5
1
6
4
2
3
5
3
2 " '6 '

Total......................

58

478

8.8

6

7

9

26

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan...................
Ohio..........................
Oregon......................
Washington..............
Wisconsin.................
Other States.............

2
2
3
2
2
1

15
34
45
30
12
3

7.6
6.9
7.9
9.0
8.3
8.7

2
6
2

1
1

1
1
3

4

Total......................

12

139

7.9

10

2

5

7

19

71

14

9

2

Grand to ta l...........

70

€17

8.6

16

9

14

33

48

311

68

31

36

.447

8

8

2

16

4

.454




*2
1

3
6
4*
4
2

1

34

5 $0,351
2
.485
7
.425
2
.466
.531
4
.430
10
.471
2
.389
15
.431
.442
" * 4 ‘ .403
51

51

.445

11
8
19

1

1
16

4

82

4
4
12
26

9

21

4

1

3

113

21

4

409

89

17

70
and 80
un­ cts.
der and
80 over.
cts.

STATISTICS,

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

O LA O
F
BR

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

BUREAU

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

2

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

O T E
F H

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num ­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
4
6
7
8
10
5
9
11
lish­ ploy­ ed per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
6.
5.
7.
10. 11. 12.
8.
9.

TRIMMERS (PAPER).
•
3
10
3
2
2
2
5
3
1

11
22
9
3
5
6
13
6
2

8.9
8.9
9.5
8.4
8.9
9.2
8.5
9.2
7.9

1

Total......................

. 31

77

8.9

1

Other States___

2
2
2
1

7
2
3
11

8.7
8.4
9.0
8.0

Total.........

7

23

8.4

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan................

38

100

1

7
7
5

2
3

1

4
5
3
5

1
3
1
10

4
1
6

4
2
1
10

3

1

1

1

17

5

38

41

1
3
1
1
1
3

.502

10

.494

___ _
10

1

1

10
5
8
2
4
4
3
3
1
40

7
1
3

.445
.486
.459
.536

2

1

.
1

36

7

___ _

8.8

21

1

1

1

1

1 $0.436
.510
.461
.460
.449
.440
.676
.412
.495

___ _

11
„ __ „
10
51

_ . _____

.500

11
1
1
1
1

7
2
4

26
5
12

Total..............

13

43

Two weeks and one-half
month:
All States................
Grand to ta l..

8.3
12.7
7.8
8.7

3

12
65

8.5

10

2 SO 511
.
.299
5
.464

1

4

27

1

3

.473

1

4

1

24

17

2
2

3

1

3

4

3

35

1

8

2

8.0

10

2

3

1

7

3

1

7 ! .473
1

3

11

2

1

3

4

2

5

4

...... . .....
2
5

4

1
16

1
11
12
28

W A SH E R M EN (P A P E R ).
One week:
Massachusetts..........
Pennsylvania...........
Other States.............

1

12

11

1

3

22

13

4

3

34

12

3

3

A D PULP.
K

Grand total............

1

2
12
1

PAPER

One week:
Mai Tift....
.........
Massachusetts...........
Michigan...
New Hampshire.......
New" York.................
O h io .........................
PprmsylvaTria..
WiswTisiTi.................
Other States.. .

12

.471

13

FEMALES.
CA LEN D ER G IR L S (P A P E R ).




4

43

8.3

1

i

7

23

12

$0.303

1

1

439

One week:
Massachusetts..........

440

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES— Continued.

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

I4.
and
un­
der
16
cts.

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

18
and
un­
der
20
cts.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

3
1

2
8
4

12
4
3
3
13
5

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

1

2

12

1

13

3

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­ cts.
der and
80 over.
cts.

Grand to ta l..




.

8.3
8.1
8.5
8.2
7.8
8.7
8.4

138

8.1

2
2
2
2
1

13
8
26
8
3

9
34

1

1
1

2

3

2

2

2

2
7

4

9

8.1
9.0
8.2
8.6
7.8

2

1

58

8.3

2

196

8.2

6

1
3
1
8
3
2

4

......
36
2

10
8
4
9
10
10
3

3

3

2

45

54

1
1
2

3

18

4
2
25
3
1

4

35

16

10

22

80

70

.305

10
9 "is"
2
8
4

1

34

40

11

2

1

22
1

4
6
2

7

34

14

3

.297

42

68

54

16

.258
.259
.283
.291
.330

4

3

35

12

.278

6
6

1

$0,304
.335
.291
.249
.324
.268
.251

6

13

2
1
----13

3

STATISTICS.

Total...................

17
16
7
13
65
15
5

25

Total.................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Michigan................
New Jersey..........
Ohio..................
Wisconsin............
Other States..........

3
7
2
2
5
4
2

O LBR
F AO

One week:
Maine..
Massachusetts..........
New Hampshire.......
Ohio..........................
Pennsylvania__ .
Wisconsin..............
Other States.............

BUREAU

C O U N T ER S (P A P E R ).

O T E
P H

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per U n­
hour der
work­ 14
ed.
cts.

BULLETIN

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
N um ­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
6
4
5
estab­ em­ work­
7
8
9
10
11
lish­ ploy­ ed per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
6.
10. 11. 12.
7.
8.
5.
9.

CUTTER GIRLS (PAPER).
One week:
Maine........................
Massachusetts...........
Michigan...................
Minnesota, ...........
N ew Hampshire.......
New York.................
Ohio..........................

94
87
38
6
33
24
19
62
11
25

8.2
8.2
8.2
9.1
7.5
9.0
7.8
8.5
7.3
8.2

1
2
3

Vermont...................
Wisconsin.................

5
8
5
2
4
5
2
5
2
4

1

1

Total......................

42

402

8.2

9

9

4
1
1

1

2

4
2
2

4
9

3

1

2
2

9

1

1
1
7
3

8

29

6
1
5
3
1
2

30
34
11
2
4
10
10
25
3
3

49
37
17
2
10
13
2
31
2
15

31

132

178

3
2

5

1

1

$0.311
.272
.241
.260
.293
.292
.200
.270
.330
.243

4

.278

4

2

40
17
4

8

2
11
14

29
22
11
"20’
13
48

8
10

13

96

156

G
3
25
8
2
13
9

2

14
134

2
=

2
5

32
46

7.9
7.6

2

2
3

4

5
8

25
13

16

.246
.283

20
3

12
21

Total......................

7

78

7.7

2

5

4

13

38

16

.268

23

33

22

Grand total............

49

480

8.1

11

14

33

44

170

194

119

189

156

5

1

.276

4

10

22

2

1

7
2
2

201
39
34

7.8
8.0
7.8

6

Total......................

11

277

7.8

Two weeks and one-half
month:
A ll States................ .

1

8

12

235

7.8

4
2

21
1
1

20
6
23

151
29

6

4

6

23

49

180

1

7

6

4

6

23

50

187

8.2

Grand total............

2
1
1




PULP.

PLATER G IRLS (PA PER ).
One week:
Massachusetts..........
Pennsylvania...........
Other States.............

9

$0.288
.234
.306

15

1

178
18
16

20
3
12

9

.282

15

1

212

35

12 j

2

9

.282

15

1

35

12

2

.254

4

216

6

.....

2

4

4

=

AND

8

=

PAPER

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Ohio..........................
Other States..............

442

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES— Concluded.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

Aver­
age
earn­
ings

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

2

1
15

2
1

2

16

3

2

16

18
and
un­
der
ao
cts.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
ahd
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and 80
un­ cts.
der and
80 over.
cts.

THE

R A G WORKE&S (fcAPEIt).
2
10
2
2

8
293
25
43

8.1
7.6
8.6
8.4

16

Total...................

16

369

7.7

16

9

Two weeks and one-half
month t
A ll States...............

2

31

7.6

1

18

400

7.7

17

2

1
134
23
1

31

$0.252
.281
.166
.266

10

33

61

159

81

.271

6

2

1

20

1

15

10

82

.272

2

4
46

•

.287

35

10

1
5

2

85

6

2

25

i

i

3

194

86

7

5

6
70
4

1
128 **85*

6

80

169

1

3

6

81

3
3

40

O
F

62 ~179

LABOR

Grand total..........

2
29

1
51
2
7

7

BUBEAU

Oiie #eek:
Connecticut.........
Massachusetts.........
Pennsylvania..........
Other States............

SO R TE RS (PAPER ).

Total...................

2
2
8
3
4

3
4
7

6
19
7
0
7

2
16
90
21
1

11
110
20
10
22

$0.267
.286
.278
.293
.239

1

3
7

9
1
16

30
5

25
118
66
15
22

24
13
1

8
10
4

1
4
2

4

12

14

45

130

173

.278

1

10

26

35

246

38

22

7

4

12

13

35

99

124

13

12

4

13

4

26 ~ 20

8

STATISTICS.

One week:
Oohn&ftictit.............
Mdine,...................
Massachusetts.........
Pennsylvania. . .
other States............

25 • 7.9
151
8.6
136
7.9
39
8.3
38
7.8

4

1
2
2

1

5

0
2
2

19

389

8.2

5

10

3

170

7.5

o

7

2

Two Wefeks &nd one-half

months
A ll States..................
Grand total..........




O
F

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

U n­
per
hour der
work­ 14
ed.
cts.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Num­
ber of
estab­
lish­
ments

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ age
ber of hours
4
5
8
em­ work­
6
7
9
10
11
ploy­ ed per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
der der der der der der der der over.
day. 4.
5.
6.
8.
7.
9.
10. 11. 12.

22

559

8.0 |

8

17

24

27

80

229

1
173

1 .......i........

.268
.275

-----

1

10

26

159

259

50

~1

POTTERY.
MALES.

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked
per week day for pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
4
5
6
7
8
9
lish­ ploy­ ed per Un­ and and and and and and 10
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der over.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
5.

Employees whose
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
50
55
30 35 40 45
per U n­ and and and and and and
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
work­ 30 der der der der der der
ed. cts. 35 40 45 50
55
60
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

earnings per hour worked were—

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
$1.25
cts. $1 $1.10 and $1.50
and
and and un­ un­ and
un­
un­ der der der over.
der $1.10 $1.25 $1.50
$1.

C A STER S AND PR E SS E R S.
One week:
New York..............
New Jersey.............

2
4

8
26

8.8
7.5

1

2

3

5

5
14

3
1

$0,770
.719

1

1
1

1

1
2

1
3

2
5

7

1
2

1
1

2

1

Total....................

6

34

7.8

1

2

3

5

19

4

.731

1

2

1

3

4

7

7

3

2

2

1

1

Two weeks:
West Virginia.........
Ohio........................

4
5

31
41

6.9
7.8

2
2

3
4

4
2

10
5

1
3

3
11

6
11

4
4

3
5

3
3

1
9

5
5

6
7

4
2

1
1

2

1

1

.633
.617

2
1

2
4

Total...................

9

72

7.4

4

7

6

15

4

14

17

5

.624

3

6

8

8

6

10

10

13

6

2

Grand total.........

15

106

7.5

5

9

9 ! 15
1

9

33

21

5

.658

3

7

10

9

9

14

17

20

9

4

POTTERY.

2
3

1

D ECO RA T IN G -K IL N M EN .

2

5

1 $0,495
.501
1

5

1
1

1
1
1
2 ....... 1........

2

2

5

2

.496

5

2

3

3

2
3

1
3

3
5

.747
.703

3

1

1

1

3

3

5

4

8

.720

3

1

1

3

5

7

9

10

.654

3

6

3

1
1
.......L. ..
i
|

2
2

8
3

9.2
9.5

Total...................

4

11

9.3

Two weeks:
West Virginia.........
Ohio........................

4
5

10
16

8.7
8.6

1
1

1

3

Total...................

9

26

8.6

2

1

Grand total.........

13

37

8.8

2




.......I

1

2

!
.. ..I.

1

!

_

1

1

1
2

1

1 |

3

2

4

1

3

2

2

1
2

4
1

i

4

3

5

i

i

4

4

5

i !

1

4

i
=== „

443

One week:
New York..............
New Jersey.............

444

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OP EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES —Continued.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

35 40 45
and and and
un­ un­ un­
der der der
40 45 50
cts. cts. cts.

50
and
un­
der
55
cts.

55
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

C
O
$1
cts. and $1.10 $1.25 $1.50
and un­ and and and
un­
un­ der der der
der $1.10 $1.25 $1.50 over.
$1.

THE

D IP P E R S .

T otal............

Grand total..

2

1

13

3

2

9

3
4

7.3
6.9

1

5
3

3
6

2

5

23

7.1

1

8

9

2

8
3

1.020
.986

3

1.001

3

.850

1

——
4
5

14
18

6.7
6.3

1

1

5
13

9

32

6.5

1

1

1

18-

11

14

52

6.7

1

2

1

26

20

1

I
1

=

= = ==
==

.943

2

3~

1

6
2
8

9
1

7

22

10

2

2 ,
3
5

8

5

LABOR

Total. . .

3

1

10
10

O
F

Two weeks:
West Virginia.........
Ohio........................

1

2
3

2
4

Total...................

6

Two weeks:
West Virginia.........
Ohio........................
Total....................
Grand total.........




7.7
7,2

1
1

2

1
1

3
3

2

1 $0. 877
.720

2

1

1
3

3
2

1

1

15

7.4

2

2

2

6

2

1

.783

2

1

4

5

1

1

1

4
5

13
18

6.6
8.0

1

1
1

5
1

2
2

2

3
7

4

2

.671
.641

1
1

2
1

2
4

3

9

31

7.4

1

2

6

4

2

10

4

2

.653

2

3

6

6

3

.696

2

3

8

1

1

15

G
9

46

7.4

3

2

8

6

2 ~ 16

1

2
1

2
6

2

3

1

4

1

3

8

2

3

7

8

7

4

1

3

STATISTICS,

D IS H M A K E R S .
One week:
New York..............
New Jersey.............

BUREAU

/

1

$0.792
.907

C
O

One week:
New Y ork .. . .
New Jersey............

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
30
per U n­ and
hour der U n ­
work­ 30 der
ed. cts. 35
cts.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked
per week day for pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
4
6
8
5
7
9
estab­ em­ work­
lish­ ploy­ ed per U n­ and and and and and and 10
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un- un­ un­ un- a n d
day.
4. der der dor der der dor over.
6.
7.
8.
5.
9. 10.

HANDLERS.
One week:
New Y o rk ..
New Jersey.

8.6
7.8

Total.

23

Two weeks:
West Virginia..
Ohio.................

8.0
7.8
8.1

Total...........
Grand total.

$0. 773
.637

37
15

. 904

7.9

60

.961
.855

8.0

10

22

.817
J IG G E R S .

2
4

34
33

7.4
7.3

1

Total....................

6

67

7.3

1

rwo weeks:
West Virginia.........
Ohio........................

4
5

58
73

6.5
6.8

3
3

3
6

3
6

11
9

10
5

4
5

1

3

9

9

20

15

9

1

3
8

13
5

17
21

12
23

10
6

7

3

Total...................

9

131

6.6

6

11

18

38

35

16

15

198

6.9

7

14

27

47

55

31

16

2
1

1

.772
.802

3

.812
.721

7

Grand total.........

$0.830

1

1
2

1
3

1
3

5
4

5
7

8
6

5
4

2
1

1

3
1

1

3

4

4

9

12

14

9

3

1

4

i

1
5

1
2

7
6

10

3
8

15
20

11
11

15
6

2
2

1
1

1

.761
1

1

1

i

6

3

13

10

11

35

22

21

4

2

.775

1

1

4

7

6

17

14

20

47

36

30

7

3

1

POTTERY.

One week:
New York..............
New Jersey.............

1
4

1

K IL N P L A C E R S .

One week:
New Y o rk ..
New Jersey.

2
4

61
58

6.2
6.4

1
2

4
6

17
7

32
15

7
28

$0,809
.844

2

16
1

2

12
30

13
9

4
1

10
16

2
1

T otal.

6

119

6.3

3

10

24

47

35

.826

2

17

2

42

22

5

26

3

4
5

72
81

5.6
6.4

9
8

8
3

21
11

17
17

15
31

2
11

.870
.800

1

3

2
10

2
2

18
14

17
43

25
3

5
2

3
2

1

Total...........

9

153

6.1

17

11

32

34

46

13

.833

1

3

12

4

32

60

28

7

5

1

Grand total.

15

272

6.2

20

21

56

81

81

13

.830

1

5

29

6

74

82

33

33

8

1

Two weeks:
West Virginia..
Ohio............... .




rf*
071

446

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
M A L E S— C o n tin u e d .

earnings per hour worked were—

65
arid
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts. i i $1.10 li. 25 11.50
and and and and and
un­
un­
un­ der un­ der
der
der $1.10 $1.25 $1.50 over.
*1.

2
4

312
161

7.6
7.5

12
10

7
7

32
17

51
12

61
25

87
60

43
22

19 $0,448
8
.463

36
10

33
8

47
22

56
26

55
35

29
20

16
25

13
14

10
1

8

4

5

t o t a l...................

6

473

7.5

22

14

49

63

86

147

65

27

.453

46

41

69

82

90

49

41

27

11

8

4

5

Two weeks:
West Virginia.........
Ohio........................

4
5

277
259

6.6
6.8

36
29

22
20

31
29

54
44

41
46

60
59

25
21

8
11

.469
.536

27
14

15
14

42
31

55
28

22
39

44
55

30
24

7
21

6
13

12
18

14
2

3

73

-----

----- :
.

LABOR

9

536

6.7

65

42

60

98

87

119

46

19

.502

41

29

83

61

99

54

28

19

30

16

3

Grand total.........

15

1,009

7.1

87

56

109

161

173

266

111

46

.479

87

70 142 165

151

148

95

55

30

38

20

8

$0,901
752

2
1

1

4
3

4

8

5

3

1

3

.848

3

4

f

7

5

3

i

LIN E R S A ND G ILD E R S*

total




2
2

24
13

7.9
7.2

1

4

37

7.7

1

STATISTICS.

Total....................

One week:
New York
N e# '

O
F

One week:
New York..............
New Jersey.............

BCMAU

LABO URS.

THE

60
arid
un­
der
65
cts.

O
F

Employees whose
Avfel**
age
earn­
ings
30 35 40 45
50
55
per U n­ and and and and and arid
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
work­ 30 der der der der der der
ed. ets. 35 40 45 50
55
60
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

BULLETIN

Employees whose average hours wbrked
per week day for pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num ­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
Pay-roll b.Sfiod and estab­ em­ work­
4
5
6
8
9
•7
Ideality.
lish­ ploy­ ed per Un­ and and and and and and 10
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
4. der der der der der der over.
da^
6.
7.
9. 10.
5.
8.

Two weeks:
West Virginia
Ohio. .

4
4

28
25

8.3
7.3

1

1

2

3
5

8
6

14
9

Total....................

S

53

7.8

1

1

14

23

Grand to ta l.........

12

90

7.7

2

1

2 1 8
1
2
F

31

36~

[

3

i
1 1
4 |

.753
.688

iL J

1 ....
1

1
3

2
4

2

1

13
9

4
3

4

2
1

3
3

.723

1

2

4

6

2

1

22

7

4

3

1

7774

1

3

r

8 ~~~5

2

3

26

8

4

1

1
1

14 ~T T

1

1

M O LD M A K E R S .
One week:
New Y o r k ..
New Jersey.........

5
8

9.0
8.1

3

2
5

3

$0.923
.732

1

3

1
1

2
2

1

Total....................

6

13

8.4

3

7

3

.805

1

3

2

4

1

1

Two weeks:
West Virginia.........
Ohio........................

4
5

11
13

7.8
8.3

1

5

9
4

1
3

1

1
5

4
3

1
3

2

.940
.791

1

1

1

Total....................

9

24

8.1

1

5

13

4

1

.859

1

1

1

6

7

4

2

Grand total.........

15

37

8.2

1

8

20

7

1

.840

1

1

1

1

3

8

11

5

3

4

1

1
3

1
1

1

2
2
1

2

POTTEKT.

2
4

PA C K E R S.
One week:
New York..............
New Jersey.............

2
4

8
7

7.9
7.7

1

Total....................

6

15

7.8

4
5

14
19

7.0
6.5

Two weeks:
West Virginia..
Ohio....................

5
2

3
2

2
4

2

0.642
.708

2

1

3

1
1

5

6

2

.673

2

4

1

4

2

1

1
1

1
1

2
10

2
1

1
1

2
2

6

1
2

4

5
1

5
2

2

.715
.621

1
2

Total....................

9

33

6.7

3

7

2

2

12

3

2

2

.661

3

4

6

3

4

6

15

48

7.0

3

7

3

3

17

9

4

2

.665

3

6

10

4

8

8

8

1

7

Grand total.........

1

447




1

448

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Concluded.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

50
and
un­
der
55
cts.

55
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
65
cts.

65
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
*1.

$1 $1.10 $1.25
and and and $1.50
un­ un­ un­ and
der der der over
$1.10 $1.25 $1.50

THE

35 40 45
and and and
un­ un­ un­
der der der
40 45 50
cts. cts. cts.

O
F

Avarage
earn­
ings
30
per Un-and
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked
per week day for pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
9
6
7
4
5
8
lish­ p loy­ ed per Un­ and and and and and and 10
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der over.
10.
6.
8.
9.
5.
7

S AG G E R M A K E R S .

1

Total....................

5

15

7.7

1

Two weeks:
West Virginia.........
Ohio......................

4
5

15
19

7.5
7.4

9

34

14

49

7.4 _____
7.5
1

Total..................
Grand total -.

1

1

3

2
6

1

$1,058
.838

1

1

1
4

3
2

1

1

1

1

1

3

8

1

.941

1

1

5

5

1

1

1

1

2
1

2
3

6
7

4
7

1

.857
.701

1

3

5

13

11

1

1

4

6

16

19

2

_

.770

1
----

.822

=

=

.

2

1
4

2
2

4
6

3
3

2
1

1

1

1

1

2

5

4

10

6

3

1

1

1

5

4 ~ l T ~~n

8

2

2

1

1

1

____
2
1

-----

S E T T E R S -O U T .

One week:
New York
New Jersey.........
T otal............




2
4

11
10

6.2
6.7

1
2

3
1

5
1

2
6

SI. 119
1.031

2

4
3

1
2

4
2

1
1

1

6

21

6.4

3

4

6

8

1.078

2

7

3

6

2

1

STATISTICS.

7.4
8.0

LABOE

7
8

O
F

2
3

BUEEAU

One week:
New Y ork..............
New Jersey.............

Two weeks:
West V irginia..
Ohio.................

14
18

6.3
6.8

1
2

3
2

7
4

Total.............
to

4
5
9

32

6.6

3

5

Grand to t a l..

15

53

6.5

6

9

1
1

11

9

2

2

14

15

4

3

4
7

3

5

5

12

1

3
2

1

1
1

3

1.122
1.070

3

11

10

3

1.093

17

18

3

1.087

CO

CO

T U R N E R S.
to
o
One week:
N ew Y ork. . . . ____
New Jersey.............

2
4

10
21

8.1
6.9

2

2
8

1
10

5
1

2

Total....................

6

31

7.3

2

10

11

6

Two weeks:
West Virginia.........
Ohio........................

4
5

26
28

6.9
6.7

1
1

4

2
3

12
7

6
5

Total....................

9

54

6.8

2

4

5

19

Grand total.........

15

85

7.0

2

4

7

29




1

$0.860
.636

1

2

T

4

3
2

3

2

.709

1

2

8

4

5

3

1

5

1

3
6

2
2

.845
.807

1

2

5

1
2

2
4

6
3

10
4

1
2

1
4

11

9

4

.825

22

15

6

.783

1

1
1

5
4

3
2

3
7

1

2
1

1

1

1

3

1

2

5

3

6

9

14

3

5

1

1

2

3

3

10

9

8

9

10

19

4

5

2

450

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES.

90
cts.
and
un­
der
$1.

$1
and $1.10
un­ and
der over.
$1.10

O
F

Employees whose earnings per hour worked wer<
Aver­
age
earn­
80
50
60 65
70
20 25 30 35
40
45
55
ings
per U n­and and and and and and and and and and cts. and
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and un­
work­ 20 der der der der der der der der der der der der
70
55
60
80
90
45
50
65
cts. 25 30 35 40
ed.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked
per week day for pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num ­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
4
5
6
estab­ em­ work­
8
7
9
lish­ ploy­ ed per Un­ and and and and and and 10
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der over.
6.
9. 10.
5.
7.
8.

THE

LABO R ER S.

13
5

4

25
22

65
11

30
30

15
1

$0.252
.298

32
4

31
20

52
19

25
19

10
5

10
6

1
2

1
2

1

£40

7 .0

14

18

9

47

76

60

16

.267

36

51

71

44

15

16

3

3

i

4
5

189
252

6.4
6.1

23
29

12
25

21
31

38
86

50
44

40
36

5
1

.313
3 .313

18
22

60
48

40
73

18
43

11
20

8
20

9
11

19
4

4
5

9

441

6.3

62

37

52

124

94

76

6

.313

40 108 113

61

31

28

20

23

9

15

681

6.5

66

55

61

171

170

J36

22

.297

76 159 184 105

46

44

23

26

10

5

LINERS AND G IL D E R S.

One week:
New Y o rk .,
New Jersey.

Total.......




8.1
5.6

$0,441
553
.508

|
!

.......1........
....... l . 4.
1
2

1

3

3

1

1

3

3

1

i

1

STATISTICS.

Grand total

9
5

LABOR

..............

7*1
7.0

(X
F

Total

162
78

6

Total.
Two weeks:
WfiSt Vir&lhkL.
Ohio t w n ' «

2
4

BUHEAU

One week:
New York
New Jersey

Two weeks:
West Virginia.........
O h io ....................

_ -

3
4

9
28

7.0

1

Total....................

7

37

7.1

1

Grand total. . . . .

13

62

6.9

2

10

11

1

1

2
12

1
5

2

.606
.480

1

1

1
3

8

4 !

3

3
1

1

1
1

3
1

2 l.......

1
1

1

14

fi

2

.511

1

1

4

8

4

3

4

1

2

4

2 | .......

2

1

20

9

2

.509

2

|
2 1 6

11

7

5

8

4

2

7

5

2

1

4

——

TR A N S FE R E R S.

POTTERY.

451




4 1

1
3
4 >
7
7

452

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

RUBBER.

BUREAU

CALENDER M E N .

1

9

31

35

10

1

2

28

3

1

11
1

23
1

38
5

4
5

2

12

48

54

68

40

11

11

13
2

10
12

10

1

1

11

15

22

10

1

1

1

6

3

1

64

82

9.6

38

9.3

3
2

86
14

7.5
9.0

2

4

4

6

4

Total............................................

19

257

8.8

3

Two weeks and one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania..............................
Illinois and Wisconsin...................

2
2

34
27

7.4
8.6

1

Total.............................................

4

61

8.0

1

One month:
Delaware, New Jersey, and eastern
Pennsylvania..............................

1

12

8.3

1

Grand total..................................




24

330

8.7

5
A
.

6

4

23

81

42

9 $0,491

4

90

7

9

4

6

13

12

5

1

1

1

10
10

26
2

11

104

39

.680
.654

1
3

.668

2

4

.491
.789
.531

11

.593

1

.748
12

11

.613

1

11

108

2

3

11

17

10

7

4

1

42

16

19

13

7

4

1

7
7

15
7

6
6

2
3

2
1

1

14

22

12

5

3

1

1

1

5

1

2

3

54

69

29

26

19

7

5

STATISTICS,

23

1

119

7

LABOR

1

7

O
F

One week:
Massachusetts and Connecticut___
Delaware, New Jersey, and east­
ern Pennsylvania........................
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania...............................
Illinois and Wisconsin...................

THE

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
25 30 35 40 50 60 70
ings
per U n­ and and and and and and and and cts, $1 «1.10 $1.25
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and and and and $1.50
and
work­ 25 der der der der der der der der un­ un­ un­ un­ over.
der
ed. cts. 30 35 40 50 60 70 80 90 der der der $1.50
$1.10 $1.25
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1.

O
F

Tay-roll period and locality.

Employees whose, average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
9 10 11
6
8
4
7
5
lish­ ploy­ ed per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un - un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over
9. 10. 11. 12.
5. 6. 7. 8.

BULLETIN

MALES.

1

COMPOUNDERS.
One week:
Massachusetts and Connecticut__
Delaware. New Jersey, and eastern
Pennsylvania...............................
Ohio, Michigan, and western Penn­
sylvania........................................
Illinois and Wisconsin.............
Total...

7

70
48

8.7

3

92
5

8 .1

2

9

9.5

8

4

9.3

6

14

14

11

21

9

49

3

13

1

1

2

38

9 $0,454

9

6

8

7

26

71

39

7 4
8.3

2
2

2

13

1

1
6

35

7.8

1

4

2

15

7

8.6

7

12

9

41

78

45

215

8.7

2
2

18
17

Total.............................................

4

Grand total..................................

24

3

2

3

1

7

1

10

60

2

20

6

5

2

58
3

16

5

2

95

69

21

12

3
14

1

14

13

.468

6

250

6

6

20

Two weeks and one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western Pennsvl vania........................................
Illinois and Wisconsin................

3

6

10

2

1
2

14

1

3

1

8

6

3

.537
.490
.494

1

17

.636
.471

7

10

4

8

6

17

112

73

29

18

1

80

171

53

2

3

1

.502

11

95

22
100
12

21

RUBBER.

17
1

.556
38

5

M IL LM E N .

One week:
Massachusetts and Connecticut__
Delaware.New Jersey, and eastern
Penns vlvania...............................
Ohio and Michigan.........................
Illinois and Wisconsin....................
Total.............................................
Two weeks and one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western Penn­
sylvania........................................
Illinois and Wisconsin....................
Total.............................................
One month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western Penn­
sylvania........................................
Grand total..................................

313

9.2

3

7
3

9.0
7.6
8.7

4
4

2

152
308
19

8

19

792

8 .6

11

2
2

91
100

7.9
8.5

3

4

191

8 .2

1

38

5.8

24

1 ,0 2 1

8.4

3

12

90

30

42

61

30

2

5
44

5
39

29
95
9

63
46

29
18

7

1

6

21
2

36

26

46

1

4

1

61 135

163 152 114

2

39

37 $0,445
5
3
45

.523

1

.482
.625
.504

10

7
1

2

91

7

33
7

23
27

45

8
2

4

.532
.596

4

10

18

40

50

55

10

4

.565

1

11

2

2

5

7

6

4

1

22

32

58

84 182

219

211

125

.596
43

45

.534

42*

283 187 165

45

1

7

4

2

1

10

5

2

1

40
28

19
30

10
20

12

2

1

12
6

1

6

10

142

2
1

14

4

2

1

8

68

49

30

26

6

2

1

7

5

11

9

2

358 241 206

80

18

4

2

2
1

2

5

101

5

453




7

454

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED* PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Concluded.
Employees whose average hours worked per
Week day for the pay-roll period were—

O
F
THE

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
25 30 35 40 50 60 70 80 90
4
7
8
9 10 11
5
6
$1 $1.10 $1.25
per
- and and and and and and and and 12 hour U n­ and and and and and and and and cts. and and and $1.50
un­ un­ un­
un­ un­ Un­ un­and
: un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and work­ der der der der un­ der der der der
un­ un­ un­ and
der
25
un­ der der der over.
der der der der der der der der over ed.
cts. 30 35 40 50 60 70 80 90 der $1.10 $1.25 $1.50
.
9. 10. 11. 12.
5. G 7. 8.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and locality.

Aver­
Num­N um­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
lish­ ploy­ ed per
ments ees. week
day.

REFINERS, SCREENERS, AND G R IN D ER S.

9.1

BUREAU

$0,425

9.2

.448

7.6
8.6

.614
.383
.509

18

14

13

Two waeks and one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western Penn­

T otal*.,........ *..............................
One motlth:
Ohio, Michigan, and western Penn­

8.3

STATISTICS.

s y lv a n ia ..* .....................

Illinois and Wisconsin...................

.671
16

sylvania..................................

.500

G n total.........................
ra d

.562




LABOR

'Total......................................

O
F

One Week;
_
Massachusetts and Connecticut_
Delaware, New Jersey, and eastern
Pennsylvania...............................
Ohio, Michigan, and western Penn­
sylvania........................................
Illinois and Wisconsin...... * ...........

39

RUBBER: FOOTWEAR.
MALES.
[Pay-roll period: One week.]

Locality.

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per Unhour der
work­ 25
ed. cts.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were-

25 30 35
and and and
un­ un­ un­
der der der
30 35 40
cts. cts. cts.

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50 60 70 80 90 $1
and and and and cts, and
un­ un­ un­ un­ and un­
der der der der un­ der
60 70 80 90 der. $1.10
cts. cts. cts. cts. $1.

BO OTM AKERS.

Massachusetts and Connecticut..

74

$0.575

67

$1.25
and $1.50
un­ and
der over.
$1.50

12

fo o tw e a r .

C U T T E R S AND CO VE R E R S.

Massachusetts and Connecticut..

$1.10
and
un ­
der
$1.25

ru bber:

Employees whose average hours worked
per week day for the pay-roll period were—
AverNum­Num- age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em- work*
6
7
8
4
5
9 10 11
lish­ ploy- ed per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over
9. 10. 11. 12.
5. 6. 7. 8.

$0.491
C U T T E R S , H AN D .

Massachusetts and Connecticut...........

5

307

9.1

4

1

6

19

31

67

81

74

13

11 $0.568

5

22

68

96

76

24

13

3

5

11

23

16

21

12

4

1

2

3

4

1

2

C U T T E R S , M A C H IN E .

Massachusetts and Connecticut............

P
j

98

8.6

1

3

1

fj

12

24

44

8

$0.597

....

$0.407

2

4

1

F IT T E R S .




2

14

8.5

!
i

4

j

1

3

3

3

1

1

455

rlassachusetts and Connecticut...........

456

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Concluded.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
25 30 35 40 50 60 70 80 90
U n­ and and and and and and and and cts. 11 $1.10 $1.25
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and and and and S1.5C
25 der der der der der der der der un­ un­ un­ un­ and
cts. 30 35 40 50 60 70 80 90 der der der der over.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. #1. $1.10 $1.25 $1.50

THE

LABORERS AN D H ELPE R S.

5 1,579

8.4

18

14

27

50

84

269 566 344 104

103 $0,386

59 272 724 420

31

49

20

4

BUREAU

Massachusetts and Connecticut...........

LU M B ER M AN M A K E R S .

Massachusetts and Connecticut...........

5

353

8.2

4

2

7

94

28

120

73

23

2

$0.480

3

31

57 112

87

43

10

3

2

7

24 113

75

17

2

1

11

11

O
F

7

SHOE (G U M ) M A K E R S .

4

241

3

8.7

39

6

87 | 90

16

$0,483

• • • • |.......

LABOR

Massachusetts and Connecticut...........

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Locality.

Employees whose average hours worked
per week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num ­Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
4
6
7
8
9 10 11
5
estab­ em­ work­ U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
lish­ ploy­ ed per der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments ees. week 4. der der der der der der der der over
day.
9. 10. 11. 12.
5. 6. 7. 8.

TUBE RO LLERS, W R APP ER S, AN D STR IP P E R S.

2

42

9.2

1 | 27

1

1

13

$0,496

11

4

5

8 | $0,422

1

9

33

STATISTICS.

Massachusetts and Connecticut...........

VULC A N IZE R S.

Massachusetts and Connecticut............

4

43

10.4

2

2

1

9

5

16

1

W R APPERS, M A C H IN E .

Massachusetts and Connecticut




1

2

11.3

1

1

1

1

1

$0.398

1
1

2

1

FEMALES.

Locality.

Num­ Num
ber of ber of
estab- em­
lish- ploy
ments ees.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
hours
work­
4
5
6
9 10 11
7
8
ed per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over
5. 6. 7.
8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

E mployees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
90
18 20 25 30 35 40 50 60 70 80
ings
$1
per Un­ and and and and and and and and and and cts.
$1.10
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and un­ and
w ork­ 18 der der der der der der der der der der un­ der over.
cts. 20 25 30 35 40 50 60 70 80 90 der $1.10
ed.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1.

CU T T E R S , H A N D .

2

8

|l

8.3

5

2

$0,328

J

2

4

1

1
1

1

C U T T E R S , M A C H IN E .

Massachusetts and Connecticut-.

6.4

12

. SO.231

F IT T E R S.

Massachusetts and Connecticut -.

209

7.2

12

37

53

$0.338

RUBBER I FOOTWEAR.

Massachusetts and Connecticut........ .

L ABO R ER S.

Massachusetts and Connecticut..

669

8.3

77

202

21

$0,260

LUMBERMAN M AKERS.

Massachusetts and Connecticut..

11.7

7.4

25

. $0,390

SHOE (G U M ) M A K E R S .
Massachusetts and C onnecticut..

7.4

21

23

85 236 406

368

60 ..............'....$ 0 ,3 2 9

33

26 122 153

385 337 130

13

457




5 1,199

458

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD. AND LOCALITY—Continued.

RUBBER: HOSE.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were-

25 30 35 40
and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der
30 35 40 50
cts. cts. cts. cts.

50 G 70 80 90 $1
O
and and and and cts. and $1.10 $1.25 $1. 50
un­ un­ un­ un­and u n ­ and and and
der der der der un­ der u n ­ un­ over.
der der
60 70 80 90 der $1.10 $1.25 $1.50
cts. cts. cts. cts. *1.

BUREAU

BRAIDERS.

9.5

1

1

2 , 13

14

6.4

6

4

2

2

Total.............................................

4

41

8.5

6

5

3

4

13

7

3

.475

6

5

4

13

7

3

.472

Two weeks and one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania........................

1

2

7.6

Grand total........................

5

43

8.4

3

5

5

6

11

5

5

6

11

1

1

5

5

7

12

2

3

6

9

4

.660

2
5

$0,379

.425

5

4

1

4

5

4

1

4

5

4

1

STATISTICS.

27

1

LABOR

3

O
F

One week:
Delaware, New Jersey, and eastern
Pennsylvania...............................
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania...............................

7

C U TT E R S, H A N D OR K N IFE .
One week:
Massachusetts and Connecticut—
Delaware, New Jersey, and eastern
Pennsylvania. . . .
.................
Ohio, Michigan, and western
1
Pennsylvania.

•1

15

7.9

Total............................................

6

51

8.5




1
4

5
31

5

7.5
9.0

1

2

5

$0,407
5

6
1

2

14

7

9

16

10

1

2

.545
.655

10

1

THE

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per Unhour der
work­ 25
ed. cts.

O
F

Pay-roll period and locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
7
6
8
9 10 11
4
5
lish­ ploy­ed per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over
9. 10. 11. 12.
5. 6. 7. 8.

BULLETIN

MALES.

7

.564

1
.___

2

8

13

6

1

1

10

3

7 •11

3

1

5

1

1

5

1

____ ____ ____

Two weeks and one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania...............................
Illinois and Wisconsin....................

1
1

15
2

7.9
7.8

1

(j
1

1

Total.............................................

2

17

7.9

1

7

8

One month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania...............................

1

2

6.9

Grand total..................................

9

70

8.3

1
1

1

24

.469
.738

2

1

1

4
1

6

1

1

.501

2

1

1

5

6

1

3

9

18

15

1

3

1

. 566
22

10

2

7

.549

2

1
2

1
1

12

3

1

6

1

C U T T E R S* M A C H IN E .

21

6.9

2

9.5

Total.............................................

3

23

7.1

Pennsylvania.. . *
..........
Illinois and W isconsin..................

1
1

16
5

8.1
9.6

Total.......................................

2

21

Grand total..............................

5

44

Two waeka and one-half month:
Ohio* Michigan* and western

7

14

21

$0,420
1

1

.489

2

1

1

..

.426

23

5

1
5

3

1

7

14

1

2

3

8.5

1

2

3

5

6

3

7.8

1

9

17

5

1

4

____

.- .

.445
.536

4

1

.467

1

.445

. . _, . .
.

8
2

3
2

1
1

4

10

5

2

4

33

5

2

$0,435

2
3

7

18

11

. .. L

11

5

.

11

.489

____ ____

h ose.

1
2

eubbbb:

Ono week:
_
Massachusetts and Connecticut_
Pfclawarfc, New Jersey, and eastern
Pennsylvania . . . . . . . . . . ............

M A K E R S , HAND.

One week:
Massachusetts and Connecticut....
Delaware, New Jersey, and eastern
Pennsylvania...............................
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania...............................

1

13

7.3

4

21

9.1

1

10

7.0

Grand total...............................

6

44

8.1

1

10

1
3

2
1

1

2

5

3 | 15

5

1

4

1

2

12

2

.780
12
1

4

.539

4

3

1

2

4

3

1

459




1
1

460

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES— Concluded.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
90
50 60 70
and and and and cts. $1 $1.10 $1.25
u n ­ un­ un­ un­and and and and 11.50
un­
and
der der der der un­ der un­ un­ over.
der der
60 70 80 90 der $1.10 $1.25 $1.50
cts, cts. cts. cts. $1.

THE

25 30 35 40
U n­and and and and
der un ­ un­ un­ un­
25 der der der der
cts. 30 35 40 50
cts. cts. cts. cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
6
7
8
4
9 10 11
5
lish­ ploy­ ed per U n­and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over
9. 10. 11. 12.
5. 6. 7. 8.

M A K E R S , M A C H IN E .

2

8.2

1

Total.................................

5

24

7.0

3

Two weeks and one-half month:
vOhio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania ___
Illinois and Wisconsin.

1
1

2
10

7.2
7.5

2

12

7.5

7

36

7.2

TotaL. . .
f
Grand total .




6

1

.503

1

4

4

2

2

16

4

2

.472
.497

1

1
5

1
3

1

2

.493

1

6

4

1

8

.475

3

22

8

3

1

3

6

6

6

3

6

1

3

2
4

2

1
3

12

$0. 435

5

3

6

1

9

12

3

----

.466

—

----

—

STATISTICS.

5.9

11

LABOR

13

4

O
F

1

BUREAU

One week:
Massachusetts and Connecticut_
_
Delaware, New Jersey, and east­
ern Pennsylvania. . . .

FEMALES.

Pay-roll period and locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
N um ­Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
4
6
7
8
9 10 11
5
lish­ ploy­ ed per Un­and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ u n ­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over
5. 6. 7. 8.
9. 10. 11. 12.

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per Unhour der
work­ 18
ed. cts.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were18 20 25 30
and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der
20 25 30 35
cts. cts. cts. cts.

35 40 50 60 70 80
and and and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ u n ­
der der der der der der
40 50 60 70 80 90
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

90
cts.
and
un ­
der
$1.

$1
and $1.10
u n ­ and
der over.
$1.10

B R A ID E R S.

Total...........................................

5.1

6.4
78

12

7.3

6.7
84

.277
.583

7.3

34

12

40

.250
14

.310

19

461




41

8.1

Two weeks and one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania..............................
Grand total................................ .

RUBBER : HOSE.

One week:
Massachusetts and Connecticut__
Delaware, New Jersey, and east­
ern Pennsylvania...................... .
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania..............................

462

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

RUBBER: MECHANICAL GOODS.

One week:

7.6

$0,450
.399

6.3

.730

Total......................................

8.3

.507

Two weeks and one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania..............................

7.1

.417

HAND M A K E R S O R H AN D W O R K E R S .

One week:
Delaware, New Jersey, and east­
ern Pennsylvania...................... .
Two weeks and one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania..............................
T o ta l............................................. .




9.3
7.3

$0.400
.504
.473

S T A T IS T IC S ,

Grand total.................................

LABOE

10.1

O
F

Massachusetts and Connecticut....
Delaware, New Jersey, and east­
ern Pennsylvania............... .
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania.........................

BUKEAU

BELT M A K E R S .

THE

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
25 30 35 40 50 60 70 80 90
per U n­ and and and and and and and and cts $1 $1.10 $1.25
hour der un­ un­ un­ u n ­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and and and and $1.50
and
work­ 25 der der der der der der der der u n ­ u n ­ un ­ u n ­ over.
der der der
ed. cts. 30 35 40 50 60 70 80 90 der $1.10 $1.25 $1.50
cts. cts. cts. cts cts. cts. cts. cts. $1.

O
F

Pay-roll period and locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
4
6
7
8
9 10 11
5
lish­ ploy­ ed per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over
9. 10. 11. 12.
5. 6. 7. 8.

B U L L E T IN

MALES.

RUBBER: MECHANICAL GOODS AND HOSE.
MALES.

L A B O R E R S AN D H ELPER S.

One tyMkt
_
Massachusetts and Connecticut_

Pennsylvania...............................
Illinois and W isco n sin .............. *

184
57

7.1
8.4

Total.. * .......................................

705

Two weeks and one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania..............................
Illinois and W isconsin...................

253
120

8.4

Total............................................

373

7.8

Grand to ta l.................................

1,078

12

15

14

14

195

14
5

7.1

25
34

15

81
35

17

.417

15
44

44

19

12

19

95

116

33

26

53 119 271

238

.357
.494

230

119
35

70

25

11

10
2

23

.401

19
63

35
SO

12

52 154

109

27

.411

34 178 384

312

84

12
20

463




.527
.405

47
24

93

'io‘

14

179

45

104

92

HOSE.

7.1
8.9

AND

150
314

Delaware, New Jersey, and east­
ern Pennsylvania......................
Ohio, Michigan, and W
estern

: M E C H A N IC A L , <KX)DS

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
25 30 35 40 50 60 70 80 90
per U n­ and and and and and and and and cts. $1 $1.10 $1.25 $1.50
hour der un­ un­ un­ u n ­ un­ un­ un­ un­and and and and and
un ­
work* 25 der der der der der der der der un­ un­ un- der over.
der
cts. 30 35 40 50 60 70 80 90 der der $1.25 $1.50
cts. cts. cts. cts* cts. cts. cts. cts. $1. 91.10

RUBBER

Pay-roll period and locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
N um ­Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em ­ work­
6
7
4
8
5
9 10 11
lish ­ ploy­ ed per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over
9. 10. 11. 12*
5. 6. 7. 8.

464

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX ANL
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

THE

LATH E M E N , BU F F E R S , AND C U T T E R S .

1

3

9.2

1
1

1
2

7.8
10.4
9.4

1

34

8.1

Grand to ta l..................................

4

40

Total............................................

8.3

3
3

1

4
4

7
8

2

1

1

.565
.388

1

1

.415

*3

2

8

8

2

5

3

10

9

2

5

1

4

1

1

$0,383

8

2

8

6

1

8
8

— -

2

.482

1
2 ---

.472

....

9

2

9

1
1

LABOR

6

3
1

O
F

3

Two weeks and one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania..............................

BUREAU

One week:
Delaware, New Jersey, and east­
ern Pennsylvania........................
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania..............................
Illinois and W isconsin....................

S T A T IS T IC S ,

OPER ATO RS—T U B IN G M A C H IN E —JA C K E T AN D C O VE R .

One week:
Massachusetts and Connecticut___
Delaware, New Jersey, and eastern
Pennsylvania...............................
Ohio, Michigan, and western Penn­
sylvania........................................
Illinois and Wisconsin....................
Total.............................................




1

20

7.1

4

55

9.6

1
1

2
2

8.0
9.3

7

79

9.0

2

4

2

‘4

1

1

1

14

7

1

1
2

1

16

9

8

$0,396
15

17

9

3

1

12

10

37

.7401
.436

2
17

.442

17

9

3

.438

O
F

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
25 30 35 40 50 60 70
90
per U n­and and and and and and and and cts. SI SI. 10 $1.25
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and and and and $1.50
work­ 25 der der der der der der der der un­ un­ un­ un­ and
der der der
ed. cts. 30 35 40 50 60 70 80 90 der $1.10 SI. 25 SI. 50 over.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. Cts. cts. $1.

B U L L E T IN

Pay-roll period and locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
4
estab­ em­ work­
5 6
7
8
9 10 11
lish­ ploy­ed per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
der der der der der der der der over
day.
5. 6. 7. 8.
9. 10. 11. 12.

6

2
1

18

51

1
1

6

2

1
■ ■ -I

124793

Two weeks and one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania..............................
Illinois and W isconsin...................

1
1

3
1

Total.............................................

2

4

8.0

Grand total..................................

9

83

8.9

7.5
9.3

3
2

2

4

19

18

17

9

3

1

2

.464

1
9

2
1

.471
.444

1

1

.439

18

1

54

7

_
2

TUBE R O LLER S, W R A P P E R S, AND ST R IP P E R S.

One week:
Delaware, New Jersey, and eastern
Pennsylvania...............................
Illinois and Wisconsin....................

1
1

5
6

10.0
8.1

1

2
5

3

SO.694
.397

3

1

2

Total.............................................

2

11

9.0

1

7

3

.532

3

1

2

4

5

7

3

.517

3

1

4

7

$0. 431

2

6

37

1

.397

5

22

35

6

9

6

7

37

8
1

9
7

__ _

1

r u b b e r : m e c h a n ic a l

g

3

Two weeks and one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania...............................

1

9

7.6

Grand total..................................

3

20

8.4

7

2

.499

2

7

1

4

1

4

1

4

1

6
10

21
3

14
3

12
2

8
8

4
1

78

23

24

17

14

16

5

25
23

29
8

12
3

1
3

14

16

5

46

7.1

3

68

9.6

2

1
2

65
42

7.1
8.9

1

8
2

3
1

8
1

16
1

17

1

17
4

26

15

17

15
1

20
20

3
11

5

2

7

221

8.2

5

5

11

26

33

61

40

20

19

1
1

84
46

8.0
8.2

3
1

1
3

4

10
4

15
8

29
14

14
11

7
4

1
1

Total.............................................

2

130

8.1

4

4

4

14

23

43

25

11

2

Grand total..................................

9

351

8.2

9

9

15

40

56 | 104

65

31

21

.753
.605




1

.549

.492
.476
.486
1

1
1

9

16

48

37

15

4

.525

1

16

53

126

60

39

21

465

Total.............................................
Two weeks and one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania...............................
Illinois and Wisconsin....................

1

hose.

1
3

and

One week:
Massachusetts and Connecticut_
_
Delaware, New Jersey, and eastern
Pennsylvania..............................
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania..............................
Illinois and Wisconsin....................

goods

VULCAN IZER S.

466

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES— Concluded.

15

$0,419

52

.483
.735
.651

7.5

.552

7.5
8.9

.497
.569

15

Total.............................................
Grand total..................................




7.6

19

S T A T IS T I C S ,

6.0

LABOE

8.7

O
F

Total.............................................
Two weeks and one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western Penn­
sylvania. . . . ..... ..........................
Illinois and Wisconsin....................

7.5

BUBEAU

One week:
Massachusetts and Connecticut....
Delaware, New Jersey, and eastern
Pennsylvania..............................
Ohio, Michigan, and western Penn­
s y l v a n i a , . . . ..... ........................
Illinois and Wisconsin....................

THE

W B A P P E B S , M A C H IN E .

O
F

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
25 30 35 40 50 60 70 80 90
ings
$1 $1.10 81.25
per U n­and and and and and and and and cts. and and and $1,50
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un- un. un­ un­ and un­ un­ un­
hour
and
work- 25 der der der der der der der der un­ der der der over.
cts. 30 35 40 50 60 70 80 90 der $1.10 $1.25 $1.50
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. •1.

BU LLETIN

Pay-roll period and locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num- age
ber Q ber of hours
j
)i
4
10 11
estab­ em­ work­
6 7
8
9
5
lish­ ploy- ed per U n­and nd and and and and and and 12
ments
week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un* un­ un­ un­ and
der der der der der der der der over
day.
9. 10. 11. 12.
5. 6. 7. 8.

FEMALES.

Pay-roll period and locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11
per
and and and and and and and and 12 hour Un­
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and work­ der
18
der der der der der der der der over
ed. cts.
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

laborers

6.5

1

2

9

61

22

96

8.9

1

1

2

1

1

9

1
2

89
26

6.7
8,6

5

6

9

17
1

36
4

16
21

8

306

7.5

7

9

20

80

1
1

122
71

7.1
7.2

4
1

4
2

5
7

39
12

Total.............................................

2

193

7.1

5

6

12

51

Grand total..................................

10

499

7.3

12

15

Total............

........................

8

10

3

4

1

45

24

.251

13

80

.389
.242

1
14

21
8

8
2

18
2

30

8

2

1

73 133

13

24

34

8

2

1

6
2

8

2

1

3

46

81

.289

8

10

37
32

28
17

5

,303
.267

1

2
2

22
26

29
28

43
11

19
2

69

45

5

.290

1

4

48

57

54

21

S

32 131 132

91

86

.289

9

14 121 190

67

45

42

467




90
$1
cts. and $1.10
and un- and
un^
over.
der $1.10
SI.

.

$0,237
81

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

and

Two weeks and one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western Penn­
sylvania........................................
Illinois and Wisconsin....................

35 40 50 60 70
and and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der der
40 50 60 70 80
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

h ose.

95

4

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

goods

1

18 20 25
and and and
un­ un­ un­
der der der
20 25 30
ctg. cts. cts.

m e c h a n ic a l

One week:
Massachusetts and Connecticut....
Delaware, New Jersey, and eastern
Pennsylvania. „...........................
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania............................. .
Illinois and Wisconsin,

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

ru bber:

AverNum­Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em- work­
lish­ ploy- ed per
ments
week
day,

468

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY.—Continued.

RUBBER: TIRES.
B U L L E T IN

M A L E S.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were-

25 30 35
and and and
un­ un­ un­
der der der
30 35 40
cts. cts. cts.

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50 60 70 80 90
$1
and and and and cts. and
un­ un­ un­ un­ and un­
der der der der un­ der
60 70 80 90 der
cts. cts. cts. cts. *1. $1.10

$1.10 $1.25
and and $1.50
un­ un­ and
der der over.
$1.25 $1.50

BUEEAU

BEAD M A K E R S .

Grand total..................................




8.1

28

8.4

3

3

8

2

31

7

5

1

1

1

5

6

9

4

3
1

53
13

7.5
9.1

7

6

21
1*

12
3

7
8

11

155

8.0

1

11

15

29

52

31

9

1
2

16
37

6.3
8.9

1
1

1
1

14

10

5

13

3

53

8.1

2

2

14

10

5

1

2

7.3

15

210

8.1

1

1

13

30

40

57

1

3

4

4

1

1 $0,599
.581

15
2

9

8

7

11

9

2

2

13

5

1

2

4

18

.816
.411

1

2

9

4
1

1

.654

3

19

20

26

16

30

4

3

1.273
.531

3

11

11

10

4

3

.755

3

11

11

10

13

4

.680

31

37

26

34

16

5

3

2

1

27

6

4

3

1

8

8

8

8

11

9

1

2

44

1

2

13

1

1
2

.732
2

2
6

19

27

6

4

S T A T IS T IC S ,

T o ta l...,.......................................
One month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western Penn­
sylvania........................................

61

5

LABOE

Total.............................................
Two weeks and one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western Penn­
sylvania........................................
Illinois and Wisconsin....................

2

O
F

One week:
Massachusetts and Connecticut....
Delaware, New Jersey, and eastern
Pennsylvania...............................
Ohio, Michigan, and western Penn­
sylvania........................................
Illinois and Wisconsin....................

THE

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per Unhour der
work­ 25
ed. cts.

O
F

Pay-roll period and locality.

Employees whose average hours worked
per week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­N um ­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
6
4
5
7
8
9 10 11
lish­ ploy­ed per Un­and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

BIAS-CUTTER OPERATORS.
One week:
Massachusetts and Connecticut_
_
Delaware, New Jersey, and east-

2

3

10.0

Michigan,

and

western

Two weeks and one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western

Total

.

.

Grand total...........

9

9.0

3
1

12
4

8.3
8.2

1

32

9.0

1

1
2

6
6

7.6
8.9

1

3

12

8.3

1

2

1

8
52

7

2

3

$0,642
1

2

2

5
2
2

.566

1
1
1

7
1

9

6

10

2

2

2

7
3

2

1

1

.636
.544

3

13

9

3

3

.606

1

1

3
3

1

.838
.552

1

1
2 ”2

1

1

3

9

1

1

6

1

.695

1

1

3

2

1

3

3

8.8

1

5

5

3

2

4

17

20

1

10

9

17

6

8.9

14

2

1

.686
4

3

1

.639

2
2

1
1

____

1

2

5

K U B B E R : T IR E S.

One month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania...................

4

10

Ohio,

2

B U IL D E R S O R M A K E R S , H A N D .
One week:
Massachusetts and Connecticut_
_
Delaware, New Jersey, and east­
ern Pennsylvania
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania.............................
Illinois and Wisconsin
Total

.........................................

Two weeks and one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western Penn­
sylvania........................................
Illinois and W isconsin.................
Total.........................
One month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western Penn­
sylvania.......................................




5

8.9

61

7.3

4

3
1

199
3

7.4
8.6

1

9

268

7-4

5

1
2

7
125

6.6
8.7

2

3

132

8.6

1

19
419

7.8

2

$0,528

2

2

1

14

.750

3

5

17

17

7

10

2

1

.824
.622

3

11
1

21
2

93

19

17

15

10

9

1

28

1

.799

8

19

41 110

26

27

17

10

9

1

2
44

59

4

1

.819
.586

2

1

1
21

54

26

1
15

2
6

3

46

59

4

1

.599

2

1

22

54

26

16

8

3

.690

1

2

4

2

87

5

1

.731

1

2

2

30

80

69 126

36

34

19

10

9

1

9

30

6

16

37

38

88
3

12

6

20

46

68

94

1

1

5

3
10

2

1

1

5

13

1

17

1

7

7

21

52

98

141

7.2

13

3
4

1

7

2

469

Grand total..................................

2
3

470

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
HALES— Continued.

Total.............................................
One month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western Penn­
sylvania........................................
Grand to ta l..................................




18
5

41

43 105
4
2

43
U

5
2

5

9

42

71 155

127

30

6

6.3
8.5

4

11
2

29
1

8
5

1
25

109

7.4

4

13

30

13

1

29

6.3

1

19

6

14

591

7.1

7.3

6

1

1

1

248
28

6.9
7.8

4
2

6
2

10

453

7.3

12

1
2

53
56

3

2

1
14

24

56 120 174

4

12

27

18

13

2

2

5

6

11

16

13

21

16

10

1

40
4

34
4

39
5

40
2

38

17

25

2

$0,690
.846

1
1

.803
.560

1

13
12

1

.779

3

34

62

76

78

68

61

33

35

3

.791
.670

1

10
6

5
12

6
15

3
10

7
6

11
5

6
1

4

1

23

26

23

.729

1

16

17

21

13

13

16

7

4

1

2

11

10

3

1

1

153

53

4

50

80

99 102

91

80

41

40

1

.813
6

1

.771

4

_____

S T A T IS T I C S ,

Two weeks and one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western Penn­
sylvania........................................
Illinois and W isconsin...................

48
25

8.7

LABOE

....................

10
38

76
101

O
F

Total .........

2

BUEEAU

One week:
_
Massachusetts and Connecticut_
Delaware, New Jersey, and eastern
Pennsylvania...............................
Ohio, Michigan, and western Penn­
sylvania........................................
Illinois and W isconsin...................

THE

B U IL D E R S O R M A K E R S , M A C H IN E .

O
F

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
60 70 80 90 $1
40
ings
25 30 35
per Un­ and and and and and and and and cts. and $1.10 $1.25 $1.50
and and
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­un­ and un­ un­ un­ and
work­ 25 der der de der der der der der un­ der der der over.
ed. cts. 30 35 40 50 60 70 80 90 der $1.10 $1.25 $1.50
cts. cts. cts cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1.

BU L L E T IN

Pay-roll period and locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day ior the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­N um ­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
4
7
8
5
6
9 10 11
lish­ ploy­ ed per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over
9. 10. 11. 12.
5. 6. 7. 8.

FINISHERS AND TREADERS.
One week:
Massafthnsp.f-ts and Cnrmpnticnt _ T
Delaware, N ew Jersey, and eastern
Pennsylvania...............................
Ohio, Michigan, and western Penn­
sylvania........................................
Illinois and Wisconsin

1
1

11

80

30

$0.591

14

22

35

28

10

10

6

1?

51

40

53

11

.739

8

17

29

27

34

22

23

10

8

1

31
2

73
2

97 159
5
3

144
33

3
3

.803
.500

1
1

3
2

15
30

63
8

88 108
8
3

84
1

75

44

26

12

90 154 213

310

47

.741

2

27

84 135 151 155 117 104

54

34

13

125

8.6

4

180

7.2

1ft

3

o
1

519
53

6.9
7.5

12
5

10

877

7.3

27

36

2
2

60
120

6.2
8.6

3

3

9
1

36
9

9
11

47

49

.803
.631

1

2

3

8
16

6
34

7
26

8
23

8
9

11
6

8

3

1

3

Total.............................................

4

180

7.8

3

3

10

45

20

47

49

3

.688

1

2

3

24

40

33

31

17

17

8

3

1

1

60

6.3

1

5

5

38

11

1

3

5

2

9

14

22

4

15 1,117

7.3

31

357

96

3

.743

1

4

30

109 178 189 188 143 135

84

41

1
____

One month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western Penn­
sylvania, ......................................
Grand to ta l..................................

44 105 237 244

.922

One week:
Massachusetts and Connecticut___
Delaware, New Jersey, and eastern
Pennsylvania............................. .
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania.............................,
Total.............................................
Two weeks and one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania...............................
Illinois and Wisconsin...................
Total.............................................

2

402

9.4

4

9

5

390

8.6

18

8

3 2,190

7.5

54

10 2,982

7.9

76 113 155 350 534

993 446 201

308
795

6.8
8.9

36
9

9
11

20
24

81
76

3 1,103

8,3

45

20

44 102 157

133

6.1

24

4

1
2

1

Grand total..........................

11




19

101 124

72

43

19

104 164

44

10

4

.446

96 148 335 496

788 158

85

17

13

.581

70

44

. 545

66 17
1
164 289 173

24

1

230 306 174

24

1

13

78
24

30

37

16

9

2

27 $0.446
3

22

9 104
42

78

221

26

25

8

7

171

22

20

12

13

1

6

583 524 518 213

85

62

31

5

63

37

5

6

7 156

3

30

58 338

975 572 563 233 105

.515
.570

4

6

13
61 140

180 46
265 140

38
58

17
45

9
20

1
39

3
17

1

.554

4

6

61 153

445 186

96

62

29

40

20

1

1

20

17

13

4

2
57

6

.518

3

145 137 212 482 723 1239 761 375 4,218 45 8,0.547
94
'

10

5

36

32

37 139 496 1456 790 676 308 138 105

471

One month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania...............................

3
12

7

____ _
1

tir e s .

LABO R E R S A N D H ELPER S.

14

ru bber:

T o ta l,...........................................
Two weeks and one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western Penn­
sylvania.......................................
Illinois and Wisconsin....................

1

472

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES. PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—-Continued.
MALE S— Continued.

O
F
THE

Employees whose earnings per hour worked wereAver­
age
earn­
ings
25 30 35 40 50 60 70 80 90
per Un- and and and and and and and and cts. $1 $1.10 $1.25 $1.50
hour
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­and and and and
work­
der der der der der der der der un­ un­ un­ un­ and
der der der
ed.
30 35 40 50 60 70 80 90 der $1.10 $1.25 $1.50 over.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1.

BU LL E TIN

Pay-roll period and locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­N um ­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em ­ work­
5
6
7
8
9 10 11
4
lish­ ploy­ ed per Un­and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der 0961
9. 10. 11. 12.
5. 6. 7. 8.

LATH E M E N , BUFFERS, AND C U T T E R S .

$0,858

7.4
21

O
F

Total............................................

8.4

BUREAU

One week:
Delaware, New Jersey, and eastern
Pennsylvania..............................
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania..............................

.716

.715
.551
.592

Total............................................

9.4

One month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania..............................

6.2

Grand to ta l.................................. .

7.4




12
12

S T A T IS T IC S ,

7.5
10.0

LABOR

7.8

Two weeks and one-half month: ___
Ohio, Michigan, and western
. Pennsylvania..............................
Illinois and W isconsin...................

OPERATORS, TUBING MACHINE—
JACKET AND COVER.
One week:
Massachusetts and Connecticut_
_
Delaware, New Jersey, and eastern
Pennsylvania..............................
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania...............................

$0.469

9.0
8.7
7.9

.708

Total.............................................

8.3

.612

Two weeks aud one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania...............................
One month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania...............................

8.3

.605

6.8

.573

Grand total..................................

7.9

.601

10

kubbee:

P LY CUTTERS, TREAD C U T T E R S , SP L IC E R S, AN D P R EPAR ER S.

5

Total.............................................
Two weeks and one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania...........................
Illinois and W isconsin.............
Total..................

1

7.4

1

2

4

9

13

57

8.4

1

1

6

5

18

22

3
1

70
10

7.7
8.6

10

167

7.9

2

1
1

6
12

8. 0
7.5

2

18

30

1

4

10
1

12

40
7

4

4

21

26

78

27

1

2
1

1

4

2

1

1

7.6

1

1

3

5

6

1

$0,651

1

1

3

5

11

4

2

3

4

.573

4

8

12

10

9

6

3

2

1

3
4

24
3

25
2

10

5

3

20

10

10

3
2

One month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania.............................

1

22

6.7

4

Grand total..................................

13

207

7.8

7

4

1
4

1

9

5

25

40

89

30

5

.620

5

10

22

42

47

1

.522
.467

2

2

2
2

3
6

1

.485

2

2

4

9

.612

1

3

5

6

8

12

29

56

54

27

2

1

8

2

1

7

.607

8

1

6

1

1

2

6

.653
.565

2

473




1

tib e s ,

One week:
Massachusetts and Connecticut___
Delaware, New Jersey, and eastern
Pennsylvania...........................
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania...............................
Illinois and W isconsin...................

474

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Concluded.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked were-

Under
25
cts.

25 30 35 40 50 60 70 80 90
and and and and and and and and cts.
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
der der der der der der der der un­
30 35 40 50 60 70 80 90 der
cts, cts. cts. cts. cts. cts, Cts. cts. n .

$i
and
un­
der
$1.10

$1.10
and
un­
der
$1.25

THE

TUBE ROLLERS, W R AP PER S, AN D S T R IP P E R S .

40

6.7

10

7.2

$0.707
17

696

20

.743

30

.652

773
12

12

29

79

37

28

20

10

10

LABOK

Two weeks and one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
P ennsylvania.............................
Illinois and W isconsin...........
8.2

Total............................................

.662

12
356

Grand total..................................

7.4

18

14

19

STATISTICS.

One month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania..............................

105

60

.713

50

46

88

15

23 113

22

7

6

10

39

12

98

60

10

55

11

17

11

6

VU LCAN IZER S.

One week:
Massachusetts and Connecticut... „
Delaware, New Jersey, and east­
ern Pennsylvania........................




O
F

T otal............................................

7.7

139

Pennsylvania................... -.......

8.4

57

BUBEAU

One week:
Massachusetts and Connecticut.,.,
Delaware, New Jersey, and east­
ern Pennsylvania...................... .
Ohio, Michigan, and western

$1.25
and $1.50
un- and
dei over.
$1.50

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num- age
ber of ber of hours
if
5
4
estab­ em ­ work­
6
7
8
9 10 11
lish­ ploy­ ed per Un­and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over
5. 6. 7. 8.
9. 10. 11. 12.

2
5

186
273

1

9.3
8.4

5

4

2

4

58

50

67

3

1 $0,559

3

57

28

66

66

27

14

3 1 ,698

1

34

2

Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania................ ....... .
Total.............................................
Two weeks and one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania
Total.............................................
One month:
Ohio, Michigan,

and

western

Grand to ta l............................

3

560

10 1,019

7.6

4

25

8.1

9

29

33 113 111
37 172 143

1
2

64
25

6.4
9.4

5

5

o

3

89

7.2

5

5

1

102

6.8

4

1

14 1,210

7.9

18

35

207

41

11 4 3

331 157 105

20

12
16

1

.775
.715

1

26

24 119 146 117

63

40

10

2

100 171 153 251 183

74

46

12

2 ____ .

38

46

o

1
2

5

6

3

1,071
.632

1

1

3
1

2
5

3
9

2
8

3

10

34

12

7

9

48

3

11

3

12

.948

1

1

4

7

12

10

3

10

34

7

11

41

36

1

4

4

6

8

21

63

1

3

2

27

110 186 186 324 187

77

56

46

9

50 261 182

343 164 121

.705
20

16

.731

____

W R A P P E R S, M A CH IN E.

6

8.3

26

9.9

1

7

5.7

1

2

3

Grand total..................................

4

8.9

1

3

3

39

1

2

3

1

8

17

11

17

1
1

2

$0.766

1

7
1

1

1

8

13

7

.683
3

1

5

1

.542

.602

12

3

4

1

6

4

____

: t ir e s .

2
1

r u b b e r

One week:
Delaware, New Jersey, and south­
eastern Pennsylvania..................
Two weeks and one-half month:
Illinois and Wisconsin .................
One montjj:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania...............................

FEM A LES.
BEA D M A K E R S .
One week:
Delaware, New Jersey, and east­
ern Penns vl vania........................
Illinois and Wisconsin .................

3
1

26
3

8.1
9.1

1

3

5

9

8
3

$0.389
.286

2

1
1

4
2

10

5

2

2

Total.............................................

4

29

8.2

1

3

5

9

11

.378

2

2

6

20

5

2

2

2

5

8.3

2

1

2

6

34

8.2

1

3

2

2

8

11

7

2

2

Two weeks and one-half month:
TlHnmsymd Wisconsin...
,,, , ,
Grand total. .

2

1

.368

7

11

12

.376

475




2

476

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES— Continued.

O
F

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
25 30 35 40 50 60 70 80 90
per U n­and and and and and and and and cts. $1 $1.1011.25
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and and and and $1.50
un­ and
work­ 25 der der der der der der der der un­ un- un- der. over.
der der
ed. cts. 30 35 40 50 60 70 80 90 der $1.10 $1.25 $1.50
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. $1

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per
week day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num ­Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
4
9 10 11
5
8
6
7
lish­ ploy­ ed per Un­and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

THE

B IA S -C U T T E R O PER A T O R S.

1
1

9
3

8.3
8.8

3

6
3

$0.511
.356

1

2

Total.............................................

2

12

8.4

3

9

.472

1

2

5

2

2

5

2

BUREAU

One week:
Massachusetts and Connecticut___
Illinois and Wisconsin...................

2

O
F

BUILDERS OR M A K E R S , H AN D .

$0,484

7.5

.555

7

.528

21

72

Two weeks and one-half month:
Illinois and W isconsin...................
One month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania............................. .

Grand total..............................




14

8 6

13
28

13

30

13

.413
.376

90

36

39

.503

STATISTICS,

T otal...........................................

LABOR

One week:
Massachusetts and Connecticut...
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pem isylvania.............................

FINISHERS AND TREADERS.
One week:
Massachusetts and Connecticut___
Delaware, New Jersey, and east­
ern Pennsylvania........................
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania...............................

western

10

8.8

7

6.0

1

57

6.7

1

3
One month:
Ohio, Michigan, and

1
1

74

6.9

1

$0,427

2

3

5

3

3

1

.390

4

1

1

1

1

8

14

33

.543

5

4

11

20

11

4

2

1

11

17

34

10

.513

9

8

17

23

11

4

2

.354

2

2

1

12

17

36

10

.505

11

10

17

23

11

4

2

3

6

10

1

4

5.4

1

4

78

6.9

2

1

2

.......................................

One month:
Ohio, Michigan, and
Pennsylvania

western

Grand to tal..................................

8.3

5

68

8.0

2

108

1

7.4

1

10.444

12

5

1
2

6

7

25

22

7

16

44

37

2

2

4

.447

1

34

17

4

1

3

12

37

12

16

26

13

1

17

20

32

13

1

.386

12

37

58

29

.376
.309

1
i6* 37

7
23

1
*7

5
8

2
3

29

.318

16

30

8

13

5

190

7.7

1

3

12

22

52

74

24

1
2

16
94

7.3
8.0

2

2

3
2

2
12

5
17

6
30

3

110

7.9

2

2

5

14

22

36

1

17

6.4

4

6

4

12

317

7.7

7

5

20

36

80

114

3

.277

2

38

.324
53

2

6

2

2

3

2

34

77

90

28

35

39

-----

2

.359

-----

13

1

477




14

8

Total
Two weeks and one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania
Illinois and W isconsin...................
Total

1

: t ir e s .

One week:
_
Massachusetts and Connecticut_
Delaware, New Jersey, and east­
ern Pennsylvania
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania .......... .................

e u b b e r

L A B O R E R S.

478

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES— Concluded.
Employees whose earnings per hour worked wereAver­
age
earn­
25 30 35 40 50 60 70 80 90
ings U n­and and and and and and and and cts. $1 $1.10 $1.25
per der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and and and and $1.50
hour 25 der der der der der der der der un­ un­ un­ un­ and
work­ cts. 30 35 40 50 60 70 80 90 der der der der over.
ed.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. *1. $1.10 $1.25 $1.50

O
F

P L Y CU TTER S, TREAD CU TTERS, SP L IC E R S, AND PR EPAR ER S.

$0,562

8.0

.457
7.8

.417
9

18

6

.448

10

12

LABOR

7.8

O
F

40

.595

31

Grand to ta l................................ .

.347

6.6

BUBEAU

8.0

T o ta l......................................... .
One month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania..............................

THE

One week:
Massachusetts and Connecticut....
Delaware, New Jersey, and east­
ern Pennsylvania...................... .
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania..............................

TUBE RO LLERS, W R A PPE R S, AND ST R IP P E R S.

Total............................................
Two weeks and one-half month:
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania..................
Illinois and Wisconsin.............

1

1

8.8

1

3

6.3

1

29

7.2

3

33

7.2

1
1

2
5

7.4
8.8

T otal.............................................

2

7

5

40

7.4




$0,442

1

.385

1
1

1111

10

9

.477

3

7

11

11

.468

i

1

7

1
2

2

i

3

2

.455

1

8 j 12

14

2 1
i

.465

1

1
1
1

1

3

___ ___

.509
433

1

1

1111

1

2

3

8 4

Grand total..................................

1
1

1

20

7

3

22

7

1

1

_
. ___ ___ ___ ____, .r . ____
1

2
1
1

___

2

1

5

2
2
22

1

9

1

==

STATISTICS.

One week?
_
Massachusetts and Connecticut_
Delaware, New Jersey, and east­
ern Pennsylvania— .................
Ohio, Michigan, and western
Pennsylvania..............................

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and locality.

Employees whose average hours worked
Aver­ per week day for the pay-roll period were—
Num­Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
5
4
8
9 10 11
6
7
estab­ em ­ work­U n­and and and and and and and and 12
lish­ ploy­ ed per der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments ees. week 4, der der der der der der der der over
day.
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

SILK.
M A LES.

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
N um ­ Num ­ age
ber of ber of hours
8
10
11
5
4
6
7
9
estab­ en> work­ Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
lish­ ploy- ed per der un­ un­ un­ Un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
ments "ees. week 4. der der
der der der der der der over.
day.
8.
10. 11. 12.
5.
6.
7.
9.

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were-

U n­
der
14
cts.

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

18
and
un­
der
20
cts.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

60
50
and and
un­ un­
der der
70
60
cts. j cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

77

116
843
305
17

3
2
2

70
and 80
un­ cts.
der and
80 over.
cts.

1

13

16
and
un­
der
IS
cts.

L A B O R E R S , D Y E H O U SE .

Total......................
Grand total............

4

219

8.1

18

4

3

7

12

101

43

30

2
2
2

859
307
26

8.0
7.8
8.0

63
26
1

23
5

38
17

52
16
2

115
36
2

352
128
20

99
64
1

102
4

12
2

3
9

.419
.412
.409

1192

7.9

90

28

55
70 153 500 164 106
E=—
58
i s r "601 T o T 136

14

12

.417

G
10

1411 | 8.0

108 = 32~

1 $0.395

14 ~13~

.414

2

17

6-

4
4
____ s
____ _____ _
17 T o
2

3

16 1165

7

93 1281

8

16

54

35

s ilk .

One week:
All States..................
Two weeks:
New Jersey
Pennsylvania...........
Othef S ta tes.,..........

103

L O O M F IX E R S .

One week:
Connecticut..
New York_
_
Other States..

P . 587

7,9

.558
.530

I?
64

8.3

Total.
Two weeks:
New Jersey___
New York.......
Pennsylvania..
Rhode Island..
Other States...




8.4

19
23

7

146

.537
.546

157

61

479

73
27

.564
.582
.491
.501
.556
.537

8.1
8.7
9.0
9.0

Total............
Grand total.,

25

480

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Concluded.

O
F

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—
Aver­
age
earn­
20
30
14
16
18
25
35
40
50
60
70
ings
per Un­ and and and and and and and and and and and 80
hour der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ cts.
work­ 14 der der der der der der der der der der der and
18
20
25
30
35
40
50
60
70
80 over.
cts. 16
ed.
cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. cts.

B U L L E T IN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
N um ­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
10
estab­ em­ work­
5
6
8
9
11
4
7
lish­ ploy ed per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. • der der der der der der der der over.
8.
10. 11. 12.
5.
6.
7.
9.

THE

BEELERSa

3
2
1

17
2
1

6.7
7.7
15.1

3

2

2
1

3

4

2
1

1 $0,279
.252
1
.296

1

1

3
1

3
1
1

8

1

T otal............

6

20

7.3

3

2

3

3

4

3

2

1

1

4

5

8

BUREAU

i
1

Two weeks:
New Jersey...............
Pennsylvania...........
Other States..............

1

.277

O
F

SPIN N ER S.

17
35
25
1

7.3
9.2
6.2
12.5

2
3
6

1

T otal............

7

78

7.9

11

1

2
3

1
1
3

7

3
2

4
5
5

6
6

5

5

12

14

12

6
1

3

7

$0,285
.476
.206
1
.329

2

4

6

2

2

4

5

4

2

6

1
1

7

3

8

2

4

5

6

6

12

2

3

2

3

.355

3

3
15
1

8

9

4

3

19

8

9

3

4

3
2

7
2
8

8
1

6

3

4

5

17

9

6

T W IS T E R S -IN .

One week:
Connecticut .
New York..........
Other States.. ..
T otal......................




2
3
2

31
5
14

7.6
8 7
8.3

2

7

50

7.9

2

=====

2

2

2

2

2

2

21
3
2

2
2
8

4

4

26

12

$0,462
.427
.317
k h;s=
gs

SS
K .53:

1

.418

1

=====

S T A T IS T I C S ,

2
2
2
1

LABOR

Two weeks:
Massachusetts..........
New Jersey...............
Pennsylvania............
Other S t a t e s ...........

124793°— 20---------- SI

Two weeks:
Massachusetts...........
N ew Jersey...............
N ew York.................
PpjrpsyTvania...........
Rhode Island............
Other States.............

2
5
2
3
3
2

38
30
11
10
12
10

8.4
7.9
9.9
7.5
6.9
8.4

1

1
1

1
3

?,

1

1

1

?,

Total......................

17

111

8.2

4

6

5

7

Grand total............

24

161

8.1

6

6

7

11

1
4
?,

1

?
2
1

90

2
1
8

16
2

13
1
3

3

3
5

3
3
2
3

46

24

3

4

72

36

3

4

3

.458
.622
.477
.436
.542
.503

1

4

.515

1

4

.485

3

4

3
1

7

18

1

1
2

6
4
2
2

9
19
3
3
9
4

1
4
1
1

1

6

10

32

47

7

5

3

10

15

49

56~

13

5

3

3

3
1

6
4

12
1

28

7

3

4

10

13

28

7

124

176

425

361

169

34

2

1

2

4

3

1 12
W A R PER S.
Two weeks:
New Jersey...............
Other States.............

4
3

59
9

8.0
7.8

2

Total......................

7

68

8.0

2

9

2

48
4

3

$0,590
.386

2

1

9

2

52

3

.563

2

1

W E A V E R S, B R O A D SIL K .
Two weeks:
Connecticut. . .
Massachusetts-.
New Jersey___
New Y ork.......
Pennsylvania..
Rhode Island..
Virginia...........
Total.........

327
218
348
92
43
358
23
24

7.5
8.1
7.9
8.2
8.5
8.3
7.9
8.0

$0.481
.439
.492
.460
.467
.476
.413
20

57

156

650

.473

28

17

W E A V E R S, R IB B O N .
Two weeks:
New Jersey...
New York___
Other States.
Total.......

7.4
8.3
7.2
7.6

$0,517
.451
85

166

18

.498

481




211
78
34

482

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
FEMALES.

Num­ Num­
ber of ber of
estab­ em­

lish­ ploy­

ments ees.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

Aver­
age
earn­
ings

14

16

18

20

25

30

35

40

50

60

70

cts.

cts.

cts.

Cts.

cts,

cts.

cts.

Cts.

cts.

cts.

C
ts.

4

3
29

11
1

1

1

U n­ and and and and and and and and and and and
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ cts.
14 der der der der der der der der der der der and
cts. 16 18 20 25 30 35 40 50 60 70 80 over.

THE

D OUBLERS, S IL K T H R O W IN G .

New Jersey___

2
4
3

7
33
106

6.6
0.0
7.5

1
2
3

2

2
26

4
2
18

17
53

1
1
4

$0,248

Pennsylvania..

1

.284
.205

*7 4 '

Total.............

9

146

7.8

6

3

28

24

70

6

.225

78

BUREAU

Two Weeks;
Massachusetts.

O
F

per
hour
work­
ed.

BU L L E T IN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
hours
11
to
work­
4
5
6
8
9
7
ed per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un- un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over,
5.
6.
7.
8,
9.
10. 11. 12.

43

11

-F
O

PICKERS, CLO TH .

Connecticut............
New York,..............
Other States...........

Two weeks:

30

6.6

20

6

55

7.5

2
5

7.5
7.6
$.0
7.2
7.6
7.8
7.5

Massachusetts,. . . . . .
New Jersey.............
New York*....
Pennsylvania.
Rhode Island........
Other States............

3
1

74
87
19
57
29
14

Total,,,..............

18

280

Grand total...........




1

8.9

a

3
4

24

7.6

335 ^ 7 7 5

5

1

1

6

4

2
1
3
3

5
2
11

10

3
1

3

11
1

$0,302
.225
.235

1

2
1
1

1
3
14

9
1
3

6

2

2
17

12

1

1

4

18

13

12

6

1

1
10
7
23
28
6

2
34
2
13

9
20
2
7

16
5

33
2

7

1

7

4

4

14

19

.271

3

13
4
1
13

44
23

5
50

9
1

3

9

2
1

12
3
4

5

11

.431
.279
.261
.247
.215
.253

34

89

94

3
*‘2

1

16
I 12

7

8
15

38

11
8

93 108

11
8
34
53

1
2

1

1
1
2
1

4
3
5

1
S T A T IS T I C S .

Total....................

2
2
2

LABOR

One week:

4

4

.303

2

2

5

12

84

58

39

29

35

12

1

1

.298

3

2

9

12 102

71

51

35

36

12

1

1

____

QUILLERS.
One week:
Connecticut..............
New York.................
Other States.............

3
2

40
27
20

7.9
7.2
8.8

1
4

1
2

2

Total......................

7

87

7.9

5

3

Two weeks:
Massachusetts..........
Netv Jersey...............
New York.................
Pennsylvania...........
Other States.............

2
7
3
4
3

83
129
27
85
30

7.8
7.7
7.7
7.6
8.2

1
4
1
5

4
4
1
2
1

Total......................

19

354

7.7

11

Grand total...........

26

441

7.8

16

4
3
1

5
1
1

22
9
1

5
8
17

$0.267
.172
.248

11

2
5
2

21
7
3

6

3
1

3

1

13

1

2

8

7

32

30

.233

1

11

4

9

31

16

7

8

1
2
3

6
12
1
15
3

10
34
8
9
6

57
73
5
25
14

3
1
9
26
6

.260
.251
.207
.212
.226

2
1

7

22
49
1
17
12

5
1

4

12
2

30
68
17
17
13

9
6

14

4
4
9
9
3

4

1

2

12

8

37

67

174

45

.238

9

17

21

29

145

101

19

7

6

15

10

45

74~ 206

75

.237

10

28

25

38

176

117

26

15

6

5

2
3

5

2

9

8
-----

R EE L ER S.

2
1

14
5

6.9
9.1

2

3

1

6

2
5

$0,279
.239

2

Total......................

3

19

7.5

2

3

1

6

7

.268

2

5

5

5

2

1

3
5
4

7
1

4
28
2

3
2
2

16

11

Two weeks J
Massachusetts...........
Pennsylvania...........
Other States.............

2
3
4

43
42
12

7.1
7.8
8.0

Total......................

9

97

7.5

i|
2

Grand total............

12

116

7.5

4 j

3

_____ ____

*27*
3

2
1
7

• 319
.200
.238

1

2

1

36

30

10

.257

1

12

8

34

7

18

12

5

37

36

17

.259

1

12

10

39

12

23

14

5

16

43

50

4

4
7

33
3

4

4

11

4

7

11

1

SILK.

One week:
CafrneCticut..............
Other States.............

5

S P IN N E R S *
One week:
Connecticut..............

2

109

7.5

6

2

4

10

15

70

2

Two weeks:
New Jersey...............
Pennsylvania...........
Other States.............

2
3
2

20
122
123

8.6
7.4
7.4

7
1

6

7
3

13
7

2
16
104

11
54
2

7
19
5

1

.316
.216
.318

1

3

15
1

18
3

61
9

3
17
44

16
7
38

16

8

Total......................

7

265

7.5

8

6

10

20

122

67

31

1

.271

1

3

16

21

70

64

61

17

8

4

Grand total...........

9

374

7.5

14

8

14

30

137

137

33

1

.275

1

3

16

21

86

107

111

17

8

4

i

!

....... I........

1
4

483




$0,285

484

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
F E M A L E S — C o n c lu d e d .

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

14
and
un­
der
16
cts.

16
and
un­
der
18
cts.

18
and
un­
der
20
cts.

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­ cts.
der and
80 over.
cts.

THE

T W IS T E R S -IN .

2
2

3
55

7.8
8.3

2

1
5

3

2
19

26

$0,368
.291

14

22

1
11

1
3

1
5

6

3

21

26

.295

14

22

12

4

6

1

3

.477
.307
.277
.190

1

2

1
1

2
3

1
1
7

3
2
4

4
2
3

1

58

8.3

2

3
2
3
1

23
7
22
1

7.5
8.3
73
8.8

2

Total......................

9

53

7.6

13

111

7.9

Grand to ta l...........

5

5

6

5

13

11

6

5

2

2

4

6
1
9

14
6
3
1

2

1

2

5

16

24

3

.366

1

2

2

5

9

9

9

4

1

2

11

19

45

29

.329

1

2

2

19

31

21

4

S T A T IS T I C S .

6

1

LABOR

4

O
F

...................

Two weeks:
New Jersey..............
New York.................
Pennsylvania...........
Other States.............

Total

BUREAU

One week:
New York
Other States.............

W A R P ERS.

I
2
a
l

43
20
43

Total......................

6

106

Two weeks:
Massachusetts..........
New Jersey...............
New York.................

2
5
2

92
131




21

7.8
8.8
9 .0

3

8.5 i

3

7.9
7.6

7.6

3
5
1

5

1

2
5

2
3

|

19
7

10
13
43

j
|
i

5

1

1

5

5

26

66

1
6

24
24
6

50
88

10

2

6

5

10.360
.278
.361

2
6
1

8
10
1

12
1
19

7
3
6

12

5

4

7

C
O

One week:
Connecticut..............
New York.................
Other States.............

O
F

earn­
ings
per U n­
hour der
work- 14
cts.

B U L L E T IN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ N um ­ age
1
ber of ber of hours
4
5
8
9
10
11
estab­ em­ work­
6
7
lish­ ploy­ ed per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.
6.
7.
5.

5

9

19

32

16

16

9

6
2

11
22
2

17
26
5

21
21

35
48
4

1
7

1

.368
.385
.371

1

7

2

4

1

Rhode Island............
Other States..............

4
2
1

110
47
23

8.1
8.3
7.8

4
1
1

3
2

3

9
4
2

7
3
5

39
10
15

Total......................

16

424

8.1

15

13

8

24

69

?08

Grand total............

22

530

8.1

18

14

8

29

74

234

1 |

1

.301
.420
.292
____

1

1

2

4

37

.362

87 ___ _
153

1

.366

45
27

3

1

1

7

4

46

2
1

i

23
5

33
1
5

26
4
6

8
16
6

10
18

4
8

74

84

79

115

22

4

1

93

116

95

131

31

4

1

25
58
16
21
91
21
9

31
115
27
25
119
33
10

61
89
53
17
49
60
3

68
139
105
26
26
168
12

18
89
77
8
3
123
1

8
49
26
4

1
16
2
3

1
5
2

19

2

1

W E A V E R S, B R O A D SIL K .
Two weeks:
C,nnnfiP.timit., T T
, ___
Massachusetts...........
New Jersey...............

3
2
4
5
4
4
2

225
577
312
116
464
441
54

7.4
7.8
7.8
7.9
8.2
8.4
7.8

20
8
6
2
9
9
6

11
13
7
4
10
22
2

8
?1
7

24

2,189

8.0

60

69

46

?,

4
4

1
23

13
49
14
5
38
9
5

36
Q
3
70
17
48
22
5

136
370
?08
69
143
54
3

17
212
321
33

$0.396
.434
.454
.374
.278
.453
.307

133

291

983

607

.398

1

9

22

13

3
40

9
16
4
8
92
14
19

10

22

14

46

162

241

360

332

544

319

106

24

9

1

1
1

8
15

19
22

19
21

50
43

52
14

16
3

1

1

5

2

5

23

41

40

93

66

19

1

1

1
13

19
9
32

42
1
50

45

12

2

1

W E A V E R S , R IB B O N .
3
3

168
125

6 7
7.3

21
11

4
9

Total......................

6

293

7.0

32

13

8
5
13

20
8

72
19

43
59

$0.469
.386

1

14

28

91

102

14

.433

1

1

silk.

Two weeks:
New Jersey.......... .....
Other States. .. .

W IN D E R S.
One week:
Connecticut...............
New York.................
Other States..............

2
3
2

121
30
83

7.3
8.2
8.6

8
7
1 .....

5
1
1

13
2
4

13
3
2

75
10
5

13
68

SO.295
.196
.251

2

3

2
1

7

234

7.9

9

10

7

19

18

90

81

.267

2

3

3

14

60

93

45

12

2

2
8
3
4
3
2

218
208
37
231
82
49

8
7.6
13
7.7
8.1 . . . . .
7 7
7.5
12
4
7.6

1
1
1
5
4
4

1
4

26
11
7
23

59
109
21
44' 96
8
23
27
10

30
1
8
43
35
3

.273
.310
.282
.228
.249
.228

1
3

1

7

30
20
7
127
15
23

43
74
12
33
65
14

86
61
11
17

24
37
2
3

11
12
1
1

5

15
1
3
22
2
6

Total......................

22

825

Grand total............

29~ ~M>59~

Total
Two weeks:
Massachusetts
New Jersey...............
New York ............
Pennsylvania ..
Rhode Island............
Other States..............

1

4

5

1

1
7 " 20’

1

7.7

44

16

18

68

215

335

120

4

5

.265

5

9

32

49

222

241

176 | 66

25

7.7

53

26

25

87

233

425

201

4

5

.265

7

12

35

63

282

334

221

27

78

485




13

93
60

T Y P E W R IT E R S , A D D IN G

AND

C O M P U T IN G

M A C H IN E S , A N D

C A SH

R E G IS T E R S .

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

Un­
der
20
cts.

20
and
un­
der*
25
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
Un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
Cts.
$1
and and
un­ over.
der
$1.

BUREAU

AL IG N E R S.

9.6
9.7
8.5

1

Total......................

8

173

9.6

1

1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois......... ............
Pennsylvania.
Other States.............

3
2
1

71
6
15

9.3
10.5
9.5

5

1

Total................. .
Grand total...........

1
1
1

1
3

1
2

4
22
9

48
17
2

8
50
1

2 .......

4

3

35

67

59

1

4

16
1
13

3

2

6

92

9.3

5

265

9.5

6

2

3

2
7
2

3
9
3

7
4
1

12
6
4

35
11
2

4
18
1

31

4

4

2

.647

3

11

15

12

22

48

23

31

4

4

37
3

4
2

.388
.501
.442

1

24

7
1
1

20
1

15

2
4
9

48

23

31

4

4

2

5

3

1

14

$0,599
.698
.504

1

3

4

30

40

6

.404

1

2

29

S

21

15

15

7

G

39

97

99

8

.563

1

2

32

20

36

27

37

ASSEM BLER S (FINAL AN D SEC T IO N A L ).

One week:
Connecticut
Indiana.
M ichigan..,




236
42
276

$0.488
.495
.625

1
113

S T A T IS T I C S ,

63
97
13

LABOR

2
2
4

O
F

One week:
Connecticut..............
New York.................
Other States.............

THE

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
11
per
and 12 hour
un­ and work­
der over. ed.
12.

O
F

Pay-roll period and
locality.

per week

BU LL E TIN

MALES.
Employees whose average hours worked
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num* N um ­ age
her of ber of hours
8
9
10
4
6
7
5
estab­ em­ work­
lish­ ploy­ ed per U n­ and and and and and and and
ments ees. Week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
day. 4. der der der der der der der
10. 11.
8.
9.
6.
5.
7.

486

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.

2
2
4
2
2
2

53
99
258
195
15
95

9.0
8.1
8.9
8.4
7.7
8.0

Total......................

21

1,269

8 .5

23

16

27

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois......................
Pennsylvania...........
Other States.............

3
3
1

142
136
44

9.1
7.7
9.4

13
9
1

4

12
1

1

1
5

d

1
3

1
5
10
3

1
14
11

7
49

6

38
25
95
121

31

.419
.492
.567
.471
.386
.437

4

1
3

9
2
2

.524

5

23

3

4

49
12
83

52

85

489

452

114

11

1
31

9
15
4

15
21

33
22
38

63
12

5
4

3
6

.368
.431
.365

2
2

G
4
1

1 ' 14
1
12
17
13
7
13
2
1
16
8

19
22
20
78
1
14

17
15
23
38
2
38

2
29
44
37

272

66

92

218

187

32
19
24

53
38
9

33
22
5

8
13
3

4

15
79
15

5
50
5

2

230

173

3

2
11

2

19

G
25
2

8.6

23

4

13

32

28

36

93

75

9

9

.395

4

11

75

100

60

24

33

13

2

1,591

8.5

46

20

40

84

113

525

545

189

20

9

.498

9

34

141

192

278

211

305

243

175

11
2
1
1
1
6
4

11

32
1
3
20
7
11
17
4
1

7
13

9
5
2

11

3

3
13
9
8

1
3
7
2
12
4
7
1

14
11
3

3
4

14

18

17

18

17

ASSEM BLE R S (PART) AND W ELD ER S.

One week:
Connecticut. . . . . . . . .
Tnriifl.fin......................
Michigan...................
Missouri....................
New Jersey.. . . . . . . . .
New York.................
O h io ........................
Wisconsin.................
Other States.............

3
2
2
2
2
4
2
2
2

71
24
36
29
38
69
72
11
24

8.4
8.2
8.4
8.7
7.8
8.8
8.6
8.6
8.3

1
1
1

Total......................

21

374

8.5

4

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois.......................
Pennsylvania...........
Other States..............

3
3
1

101
23
5

9.5
7.6
9.9

7
1

1
1

1
2
1
2
1
2

1

2

4
4
1
3
4
7
5
1
3

3

11

52

174

140

5

3

1
1

1
4

2
5

4
6

16
5
5

50
1

14

6

.355
.338
.351

1
1

1
1

Total....................

7

129

9.2

28

503

8.6

12

2

8

Grand total...........

35
5
20
4
30
30
21
10
19

27
13
10
20
1
26
43

$0,361
.432
.524
.362
.398
.485
.410
.387
.291

1
3

2

1

1
2
1
3

10

.414

1

4
3
5
6
19
2
10

1

7

36

60

96

58

37

44

6

7
7

23
4
1

38
8
4

21
2

4

1
1

2
2

5

7

10

26

51

14

6

.352

2

6

14

28

50

23

4

2

5

16

39

184

166

56

17

6

.398

3

13

50

88

146

81

41

46

487




1
1

3

REGISTERS.

322

28

C
ASH

7

Grand total...........

MACHINES, AN
D

Total......................

TYPEWRITERS, ADDING

.......i
2
3
3
4
2
2

Missouri....................
New Jersey...............
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Wisconsin.................
Other States.............

488

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

U n­
der
20
cts.

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

15
3
5
4
10
33

12
4
1
7
11
21

14
3
2
4
9
21

26
16
3

1
32

2

19
16

24
2

8

5

2

10

5

2

10

5

2

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
$1
and and
un­ over.
der
$1.

THE

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

B U L L E T IN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
Num­ Num­ age
ber of ber of hours
10
8
9
estab­ em­ work­
4
s
6
7
11
lish­ ploy­ ed per Un­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
10. 11. 12.
6.
7.
8.
5.
9.

D R ILL-PR ESS MEN., HANDS., AND OPERATORS,

5

1

2

1
1

19

439

8.4

3
3

1

58
41
8

Total............

7

Grand total..

26

Total...................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois................
Pennsylvania...
Other States....




2
6

3
7
1

1

2

6

1

2

.486

5

25

62

73

62

54

82

59

3

.396
.373
.420

1

2
9

7
5

22
11
2

21
6
2

3
6
2

2
3
1

1

1

2

1

5

22

29

178

9.3
7.2
9.4

1
3

1

1

3
4

2
16

4
8

107

8.5

4

2

7

18

13

5

15

38

2

3

.389

1

11

13

35

29

11

6

1

546

8.4

1
1
13l

6

12

40

42

183

193

43

11

3

.467

6

36

75

108

91

65

88

60

3
1

34
3

4
6
2
4

4

1

9

1
1

9

1

' l

14
5
5
1
17
14
3
3

9

1

5

3
2
4

1

12
5

178

1
1

*’ *2
6
1
4

1
1

42
2
17
3
13
93

SO.432
• 558
.442
.404
.524
.422
.295
.383

39
44
1
10
63
9
6
6

2
1

1
4

9

8

5

1

1

1

1

____

S T A T IS T IC S .

8.6
7.6
8 .7
7.9
8.5
8.6
8.0
8.3

LABOR

86
68
20
16
110
114
7
18

O
F

3
2
2
2
4
2
2
2

BUREAU

One week:
Connecticut..............
Michigan...................
Missouri....................
New Jersey..........
New York..............
Ohio......................
W isconsin..........
Other States.............

FITTERS, STRAIGHTENERS, AND FILERS.

Total......................

3

59
9

8. 2
8. 2

1

2
1
2
2

5
5
9

9
4

18

1

6

2

12

26

66

45

33

31
5
1

4

1

1

5

8

15

95

26

6

1

8.5

3

2

9

15

19

186

121

9

6

.526

3

69

3

1

2

19

32

7

8

5

3
1

10
4

2

.394
.457
.343

11

18
3
2

4

25

23

37

16

51

89

1
1

8 .8
8 .6

2

22

15

9. 5
8.7
8.5

Total......................

6

106

9.2

5

8.6

8

476

2

1
1
1

1

I9
9fi

1

10

2
10
2

13
49

3

5

1

1

3
5

9
9
9

11

1

1

3

8

6

38

37

7

.400

3

10

18

27

192

159

46

13

.498

1

2

12
2

2
8
6

15

18

3

6

7

4

3

6

28

89

3

49

38

93

6

93

6

1
2
2

3
13

19

1

6

3

4

9

4

82

37

58

42

1
1
3
2
1
9

.....

2
5

2
1
2
1
9

32

G EA R C U T T ER , LA T H E, AND P L A N E R H A N D S AND O P ER A T O R S.

8.5
8.6
8.6
8.9
7.8
9.8
8 .9
8 .5

Total......................

15

118

8.8

Two weeks and one-ha,lf
month:
Illinois.......................
Pennsylvania............

3
3

12
6

9.3
8.0

1

Total...............

6

18

8.8

Grand total__

21

136

8.8




2

1
2

1

3

2
i
3
1
1

3

2
2
4
11
10
2
9
7
2
3
3 "'39'
4

4

2

2

1

$0,583
.603
.615
.409
.425
.538
.499
.367

2
1

2

.515

3

5

13

15

17

1
2

5

2

1
4
2
17
1

1

2

4

15
i

3

3
3

1

27

6

67

4

1
1

6
3

5
1

.396
.473

2

4
3

5

1

1

2

1

2

9

6

.422

2

7

5

1

1

2

1

5

76

10

7

20

20

18

33

29

3

8 | 31

8

31

2

.503

3

6

489

6
5
26
11
13
10
43
4

R E G IS T E R S .

2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1

CASH

One week:
Connecticut..............
Indiana....................
Michigan...................
Missouri....................
New Jersey...............
New York..............
Ohio...........................
Other States..............

AND

2

1

M A C H IN E S ,

1
26

1

ADDING

8.4

370

1

G

11
4

1
1
11
1
1
4

3

1

19

7

20

9.0
7.9
8.7

31
7

5

16
52
61
5
158

4
2
2

10

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois.......................
Pennsylvania.
Other States..............

Grand total............

4

$0.435
.392
.381
.391
.48?
. 453
.309
.641

2
2
2

T Y P E W R IT E R S ,

One week:
Connecticut..............
Indiana___ r„____
Missouri.....................
N ew Jersey...............
N ew York.................
Ohio...........................
Wisconsin.................
Other States..............

490

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES— Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

$0,450
.512
.598
.431
.597
.500
.817

1

3

3
1
1
2
2
1

4
2
1
2

G
1
1
2
2
6

3
4
1
6
6

14
4
20
1
10
12

2
1
37
2i
5

.544

1

4

10

16

18

28

61

66

13

1

14

9
4
1

G

4
1

1
1

2

66

13

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

9
1
3

2

90
cts.
SI
and and
un­
der over.
$1.

THE

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

U n­
der
20
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

B U L L E T IN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
N um ­ Num ­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
4
6
7
8
10
5
9
11
lish­ ploy­ ed per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
10. 11. 12.
5.
8.
9.
6.
7.

GRINDER HANDS AND O P ER ATO R S.

3
3
1

l

1

221

8.4

6

l

3

35
5
7

8.1
7.2
10.0

5

l

2

2
1

3

9
1

12
2
5
2

13
2
31
4
21
3

25
6
19
3
19
26
1

11

24

74

99

3

3

4
1

6

g
1
5

6

2

1.

1

3

1

1

.364
.408
.375

Total......................

7

47

8.3

5

l

2

3

5

6

14

7

3

1

.370

Grand total............

22

268

8.4

n

2

5

14

29

£0

113

10

3

1

.514

3




1
1

17

14

8

5

27

30

2G

33

63

3

1

3

1

2

5

1

1

S T A T IS T I C S ,

15

1
2
3

LABOE

Total......................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois.......................
Pennsylvania............
Other States.............

8.4
7.5
8.1
8.1
8.8
8.8
9.0

44
10
76
9
49
32
1.

O
F

3
2
2
2
3
2
1

BUBEAU

One week:
Connecticut..............
Indiana.....................
Michigan...................
New Jersey...............
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Other States..............

HANDYMEN.
8.5
9.0
8.8
9S1
8.P
9* 1
8.9
8*2

4 -.- 4 . 4 *.

18

314

8.8

3

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois 4 4 . 4 ...* .. .. *
Pennsylvania.........
Other States*

3

36
27
12

9.4
7.9
10.0

2

3

Total. 4 .

3

1

1

1
2

4

6

3
1
5

15
2

19

26
3
36

2
7

2
1
3

4

6.0

4

S. 8

8

5

1

6
4
4

1
16
11

7
5

19
1

1

9

20

56

120

57 * 25

25

2

3
3

18
5
9

14
17
1

1
1
2

1
1

2
6

1
25
7
7

3
16
62
2

18
8

3

4

12

17

76

152

35

9

2

*435

5

1
8

3

22
2
3

2

1

*33i
.344
*340

1

6

32

32

4

15

52

88

124

G
3
9

2

5

389

1
1
11

4

6

9

3

18

27

5

1

1

G

17

26

79

170

62

14

3

*416

1

___ _

____
57

25

2

3

1

6

5
3
1 ......
3

25

2

HARDENERS (CASE) AND AN N EA LE R S.

8.6
8.5
8.6
8.5
9.7
8.0
8.0

4

8.6

3
2
1

3
2
1

10.0
7. 9
11.3

Total......................

6

6

9.5

Grand total...........

24

53

8.7

I

1




1

1

1
4

1
10
1
2
1

3
1
1
L
1

$0*452
.679
.510
.545
.520
.428
.391

2
3

3
1

3

.490

5

12

1

.448
.418
.510

1
1

2
1

1
2

.449

2

3

1

5

.485

14

12

2

i

2

2

4

4

2

22

2 I
.......1........
f
____ __ 2 j
4
22
4

11

4

2

2
13

4

____ ,

7

____
12

1
11

11

1
4
1

1

1
7

1

7

____
1

____

1
.... —

4 9 1

47

1

R E G IS T E R S .

18

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois......................
Pennsylvania............
Other States..............

3

CASH

T o ta l. . . .

2
3

6
2
18
2
8
6
5

3

2
2
2

AND

One week:
Connecticut..............
Indiana.....................
Michigan . .
New Jersey
New York.
Ohio..........................
Other States..........

M A C H IN E S ,

75

25

2
3
24

2
1

C
O
C
O

7

Grand to ta l*,.*___

21
27
1
2
11 * 24
3
1
2
U
6
9
56
2

3

1

. ’ *i'

2

Total. ..*4 .4 .4 ****.

1
1
4

3

1
1

i
2

1 $0*386
.440
.455
.353
.411
.489
1
.425
*307

ADDING

2
2
2
3
2
2

57
7
78
4
4
G
7
87
10

2

T Y P E W R IT E R S ,

One week:
fInrmAp.tioiit..........
Indiana......................
Michigan...................
Missouri.
New Jersey...............
New York. . 4*4 . . , *.
Ohio...........................
Other States* .*.*« *.*

492

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALE S— Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

26
5
96
2
1
12
26
22

4
3
68

14

2

1

190

118

29

27

29

27

S T A T IS T IC S ,

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

3
2
2
2
2
4
2
3

47
8
194
5
5
109
41
27

9.5
8.9
7.8
9.5
8.9
9.5
8.8
8.1

T otal......................

20

436

8.6

3

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois.......................
Pennsylvania...........
Other States.............

3
3
1

60
15
14

10.6
7.7
9.9

T otal......................

7

89

Grand total............

27

525




1

1
21

21

7
2
124

1
3

2
3
3

2
32
6
21

25

30

194

1

1
3

3

10.0

1

4

8.8

4

30

3

6

8

1

1

7

9

7

9

23
1
5
4
3
29
31

10
4
6
1

$0,593
.569
.558
.498
.737
.651
.491
.513

2

1

10

20
3

1
40

1

2
1
2

5

4
5

8
8

.578

1

5

5

21

40

3

.474
.501
.500

1

1

15
1
o

5
39
2 . 10
2
10

22

3

.483

1

1

18

9

59

3

.562

2

6

39

49

249

119

3
24

1

29

14

1

37

7

96

64

7

5

19
2
13

15
1
1

22

3

5

34

17

33

199

130

81

5

O
F

One week:
Connecticut..............
Indiana......................
Michigan...................
Missouri....................
New Jersey...............
New York.................
Ohio...........................
Other States.............

BUREAU

IN SPE C T O R S, FIN A L.

90
cts.
$1
and and
un­ over.
der
$1.

THE

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

LABOR

U n­
der
20
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BU L L E T IN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
age
Num ­ Num­ hours
ber of ber of work­
8
10
9
11
4
5
7
6
estab­ em­
ed
lish­ ploy- per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
week 4. der der der der der der der der over.
day.
9.
10. 11. 12.
5.
6.
7.
8.

INSPECTORS, PART.
1

2
2
2
2
3
2
2

59
6
134
10
8
53
72
21

8.4
8.3
8.3
8.7
8.0
9.3
8.7
8.3

2
7

1

1

2

2

5

4
1

5

1

2

2

2
4
1
3

27
4
63
2
5
19
12
17

24
2
45
7
1
20
57

1

2
2

1

4

$0.483
.442
.451
398
.388
.483
.453
.354

3

2

2

2

23
1
5
2
3
4
18
1

18
2
65
3
3
8
18
1

11
2
30
3
1
17
9
1

17
25
4

2

1

1

8

3
2
1
1
2
6

4

1

1

1

1

3
1
28

2

1

12

17

57

118

74

78

3

.401
.344
.368

1
2

1
9
1

3
12
8

5
9

6
6
4

11
3
1

1

9

3

.367

3

11

23

14

16

15

1

13

3

.437

4

23

40

71

134

89

79

4

1

5

18

363

8.6

9

4

8

8

17

149

156

8

4

3
1

27
41
15

10.3
7.6
10.2

2

1
2

1
2

6

13

3

5
7
9

10
6
4

2

Total......................

6

83

8.9

2

3

3

6

13

3

21

20

Grand to t a l...........

24

446

8.6

ll'

7

11

14

30

152

177

28

7

JAPANNERS AN D E N A M E L E R S , F IR S T C L A S S .

8.4
7.9
9.0
8.9

1

9

1
7

1
35
1
2

2
1
2
5

29
4
12
10

10
20

1

4
1

$0,470
.674
.560
.473

Total......................

15

172

8:4

1

9

8

39

10

55

44

1

5

.556

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois.......................
Other States.............

2
2

7
7

9.2
9.3

Total......................

4

14

9.3

Grand total............

19

186

8.5

1

9

8

40

1

12
10

55

1

56

2

.361
.458

1

14
1
3
11

10
3
3
11

16
3
8
12

2
17
10
1

33
3

1

1

2
3
10

29

27

39

30

30

3
1

2

30

36

.409
5

1
2

4

1

4

2

4

.545

1

5

12

33

3
27

42

493




7

1
1

14

R E G IS T E R S.

47
57
30
38

CASH

3
2
4
6

AND

One week:
Connecticut...............
Michigan....................
New York.................
Other States.............

M A C H IN E S ,

Total......................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois.......................
Pennsylvania............
Other States.............

ADDING

.453

T Y P E W R IT E E S ,

One week:
Connecticut..............
Indiana.....................
Michigan...................
Missouri....................
New Jersey...............
New York.................
Ohio...........................
Other States.............

494

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES— Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

1
1
1
2

4
10

6
3

8
1

2

6
2
1

6
5

3
3
5

2
2
3
2
21
14

7

23

20

20

44

7
7

1
1

1

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

3

21
17
5
22
36
28

7.9
8.0
8.4
8.8
6.9
7.7

1
2

Total......................

17

129

7.7

4

Two Weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois.......................
Pennsylvania...........
Other States..............

3
3
1

11
17
10

9.7
7.3
9.3

7

38

8.5

24

167

Total......................
Grand total..




1

5

17
3

1
1
2

7
4
3
10
7
19

7

23

11

50

29

3

1

.468

1
2
1

7

3

1
1

5
4
8

2

3

.359
.384
.312

2

3

1

1

3
4

6
7
2
7
5
2

3

1

$0* 440
.391
.451
.509
.510
.472

1
1

4
4

1

7

3

2

17

2

3

30

14

52

46

5

4

.443

1
2

18

.358

11

1

1

1

2

14

2

1

37

22

21

47

12

3

25

9
3

LABOE

3
2
2
4
2
4

90
cts. $1
and and
un­ over.
der
$1.

O
F

One week:
Connecticut...............
Indiana......................
New Jersey*.*..........
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Other States..............

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

BUEEAU

JAPANNERS AND EN AM ELERS, SECO N D C L A S S .

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

12

S T A T IS T I C S ,

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

THE

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

3
5
10

20
and
un­
der
25
cts.

O
F

U n­
der
20
cts.

B U LL E TIN

P&y-toll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week j
day for the pay-roll period were—
| AverAver­
Num ­ N um ­ age
! earn­
ber of ber of hours
ings
estab­ em­ work­
10
4
5
6
8
9
7
11
per
lish­ ploy­ ed per Un- and and and and and and and and 12 hour
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and work­
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over. ed.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.
5.

LABO R ER S.

One week:

Total
Two weeks and one-half
mqnth:
IfflfidS___
Pennsylvania........
Other States .
Total

2

1,

1

4

2

2

5

2

62
15
70
5
12
48
134
8

8.6
8.5
8.1
9.0
8.4
8.9
9.0
9.0

19

354

8.7

7

3
3
1

36
23
2

9.9
7.9
7.9

1

7

61

9.0

1

1

1

4

26

415

8.8

8

6

5

13

1
1

1
5

1

1

1
2

4 « 9

1

1
3

2

17
10
29
7
26
9
3

28
4
22
5
3
12
109
5

1
5

1

1 SO
.352
.379
.433
.306
.365
2 .380
2 .382
.352

2
2
1

35
0
G

5
■
3
37

1
1
21

6
10
91
4

4
13
27
2

10
1

41 163

91

34

3
1

1

2
1

16
1

2

1
2
11
9
1

5
3

3

19

4

5

.384

6

14

12
1

5

4

.330
.323
.300

1
1

3
4

20
9
2

8
8

15

13

5

4

.327

2

7

31

23 107 203

32

9

9

.370

8

21

4

12 101 188
1
9
1

5
1

1
1

6

11
4

1

3
0

j
3

1

4

1

_„__ j_

16

4

1

72 179

95

35

4

1

1

2

7
3

2
2
11
5
16

11
6

2

17

2

17

2

M A C H IN E S E T T E R S .

8.3
8.8
9.0
8 .7
8 .8
8 .8
9 .2

2

Total......................

18

213

8.9

3

Two weeks and one*half
month:
Illinois......................
Pennsylvania............
Other States..............

3
3
1

21
15
6

10.2
9 .9
10.7

7

42

25~

255

oTi




2

1
2
2

4

6

1
1

i

1

1

10.2

Grand total............

11
5

i

1
24
8
26

5
9
3
2
15
53
16

10

4

75

103

10

o

6
3
2

6
9
2

'*2*

$0,498
.539
.427
.455
.552
.550
1
.572

10

1

.548

5

1
1

5

2
3

1

2

1
1
3

6
7

8
15
2

6
11
1
1
27
27
23

2

8

17

35

96

36

4
3
1

7
4
2

6
1

4
5
3

2

8

13

7

12

2

16

30

42

108

38

.434
.481
.472

1

1

2

11

17

7

2

.457

(3

7

77

114

27

17

3

.533

2

2

2

495

Total.........*...........

1

2

KEGISTERS.

18
16
3
3
47
65
61

CASH

3
2
2
2
3
2
4

AN
D

One week:
Connecticut..............
Indiana.....................
Missouri....................
New Jersey............ *,
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Other States.............

____

MACHINES,

Grand tdtal. .

2
3

o
2
2
2
4
2
2

TYPEWEIIEES, ADDING

Indiana.......
Michigan..
M
issouri.
New Jersey
New York
O in ...
h
other States .

496

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALE S—ContiD ued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were—

20

25
and
un­
der
30
cts.

30
and
un­
der
35
cts.

35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts. $1
and and
un­ over.
der
$1 .

THE

and
un­
der
25
cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per U n­
hour der
work­ 2 0
cts.
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
A ver­
Num­ N um ­ age
ber of ber of hours
4
10
estab­ em­ work­
6
9
11
7
8
5
lish­ ploy­ ed per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un ­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
12.
10.
6.
7.
5.
8.
9.
11 .

M A C H IN IS T S .

3
2
2

8 .6

8.5
8.9
9 .0
8 .7

2
1
1
2

6

1

3
7
10

$0,597
.670
.680
.545
.567
.592

8
2
11

5
69

4

1

Total......................

17

152

8.7

1

1

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois......................
P ennsylvania..........
Other States..........

3
3

10
11

1

3

9.9
7.4
9.3

1

1

Total......................

7

24

8.7

1

1

*1

2

4

11

2

1

1

.490

Grand total...........

24

176

8.7

2

2

5

7

44

107

6

2

1

.574




1

1

1
1

7
7

4

5

40

1

2

3

8 .2

1

1

96

4

6

1
1

1

2

1

3

.514
.460
.519

4

35

2

3

18

54

59

15

2
2
1

4
3

1

1
1

9

5

7

2

2

14

23

61

61

10

6
1

4

8

1

.587

1

2

4
14
4
33

1

5

3
5

1

3

1
6
1

1

15

STATISTICS.

81
9

9

LABOR

4

2

1

O
F

4

16
5
20
21

BUEEAU

One week:
Connecticut..............
Indiana.....................
Michigan...................
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Other States.............

One week:
Connecticut..............
Michigan...................
Missouri....................
New Jersey...............
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Wisconsin.................
Other States..............
Total....................
Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois.................
Pennsylvania............
Other States..............

3
2
2
2

4
2
2

C4
73
18
20

78
108

8.4
7.9
8.7
7.7
8.5

1
2

1
2
1

1

1

4

1
1

8 .8

46
52
1

3
1

4
8

1
2

2

3

9
1

3
43
14

40
3
16
11
8

91

2

7

$0.439
.584
.398
.406
.501
5
.453
.294
.400
1 ----

3

32

8.7
8.3

1

1

1

2

14

12

20

425

8.4

8

6

4

17

19

175

181

9

6

.472

3
3

58
38

8.9

2
2

3

3
14

3
7

2

16
4
6

19
3
3

7

11

9.8

3
3

1

1

25

8

207

14

.454

6 .8

2

2

3

1

7

107

8.3

6

4

Grand total............

27

532

8.4

14

10

5 . 18

10

5

9

29

180

35

18
3

21

13

5
4

2
2
2
10

12

25

29

11

7
19

29
16
1

3

3
18
27

1

42
3

3

12
2

6

1

9

1

9

1

1

1
6
1

6

3

5

8

3

1

16

36

71

59

73

97

61

3
3

1

11

16

14
2

22

2

5

5
3

3

10

4
2

1

1

31

30

6

6

1

63

102

89

79

103

62

$0,525
.595
.551
.541

1
1

1

.562

2

1

1
1

.422
.535
.627

1

2
1

1

2

.484

1

3

1

2

.545

3

4

1

PLATER S, E L E C T R O AND N IC K EL .

One week:
Connecticut..............
New York.................
Ohio..........................
Other States.............

3

4

2
6

12
8

8.7
9.2
7.7
8.5

Total......................

13

26

8.3

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois.......................
Pennsvlvanla...........
Other States..............

3

4

8 .0

2
1

2
1

10.9
9.9

2

2

1

1
2

6

7

9.1

1

1

1

19

33

8.5

1

9

12

1
1
1

1

1

Total......................

10
1

1

1

Grand total...........

1
1

1

1

3

10

15

2

2

2

3
8

1

5

2
2

18

4

1

1
1
2

18

6

1

497




1
1

7

1

REGISTERS.

27

1

C SH
A

6
22

1

MACHINES, AN
D

Total......................

7

3 * ‘ *9*
5

1

.385

34

2

7
2

1
1

.390
.376
.388

26

5

TYPEWRITERS, ADDING

,S6LfZT

MILLING-MACHINE HANDS AND OPERATORS.

498

AVERAGE AND CLASSIFIED HOURS WORKED PER WEEK DAY AND EARNINGS PER HOUR WORKED, BY SEX AND
OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEES, PAY-ROLL PERIOD, AND LOCALITY—Continued.
MALES—Continued.

Employees whose earnings per hour worked were35
and
un­
der
40
cts.

40
and
un­
der
45
cts.

45
and
un­
der
50
cts.

50
and
un­
der
60 .
cts.

60
and
un­
der
70
cts.

70
and
un­
der
80
cts.

80
and
un­
der
90
cts.

90
cts.
$1
and and
un­
over.
der
*1.

3
2
2

66
20
10

8 .2

1

8.5

1
1

2

1

5
1

40

16

6

12

7
I
16

1

2
1

11

8 .6
8 .0

1
1

2

1

4

5

2

82

Total......................

17

277

8 .1

5

4

8

9

19

180

3
3

42
13
4

9.9
7.0
9-5

1
1

1
1

5

1
2

1

1

8
2

2

1

11

23

7
1

4

1

.594

52

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois.......................
Pennsylvania............
Other States.............

4

1

8
1

7

59

9.2

2

1

2

5

3

1

14

23

7 .

1

24

336

8.3

7

5

10

14

22

181

66

£3

7

1

.566




55
7
17
15
33

1

2

16

9

129

6

12
1

14
9
3

7
29
5
U
27 * 3 2 ’

5

76

37

6

76

37

6

1

4
3

7
1

2

2
2
1

2

1

.437

Grand total...........

1

5

6

.424
.479
.436

Total......................

7

1

6

13

26

7

8

8

29

35

136

-----

STATISTICS.

2

$0,539
.554
.444
.647
.593
.625

Indiana

LABOR

7.7

4

56
29
96

3
38

8 .8

O
F

One week:
Connecticut..............
.....................
New Jersey...............
New Y ork.,..............
Ohio..........................
Other States.............

BUREAU

POLISHERS (FINE) AND BU FFERS.

THE

30
20
25
Un- and and and
un­ un­
der un­
20 der der der
cts. 25
30
35
cts. cts. cts.

O
F

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour
work­
ed.

BULLETIN

Pay-roll period and
locality.

Employees whose average hours worked per week
day for the pay-roll period were—
Aver­
N um ­ N um ­ age
ber of ber of hours
estab­ em­ work­
8
9
10
4
5
6
7
11
lish­ ploy­ ed per U n­ and and and and and and and and 12
ments ees. week der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
day. 4. der der der der der der der der over.
10.
6.
8.
9.
12.
11 .
7.
5.

POLISHERS (ROUGH).
One week:

18

8.7
8.7

New York
Other States.
Total

. . .

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois.......................
Pennsylvania . . . .
Other States * .. .
Total

...............

Grand total#. . . . . .

6

4
7

31
28

8.3

16

83

8.3

1

3

31

9.2
6.5
9.4

3

3

6

46

8.5

3

4

22

129

8.4

4

4

12

1

12

1

3
3

1

7

52

7

19

.534

23

8

1

3

7
5

18

9

2

8 .1

$0.419
.460
.589
.562

11
1

2

8

6

9

8

1

13

58

f

5

32

_

3

1

7

2

~ 3

9

1

.484’

9
2

4

1

2

1

7

4

6

22

5

6

7

G

13

20

9

2

1

29

3

1

3

10

1

r

1

14

4

1

1

12

21

20

11

23

30

3~

r

7

9

6

4

4

2

19

9

1

.

PU N CH -PR ESS H A N D S AND O P ER ATO R S.

i
3
2
2
2
2

34
4
67
5
4

18

16

1

1

1

7

41

8 .6

9.4
7.4
9.0
8.3

5

7

6

2
2
2

41
3
35

8.5
7.9

1

1

2

1

Total......................

21

261

8 .1

7

7

3

9

18

154

62

Two weeks and one-half
month:
Illinois.......................

3

3

2
2
1

3

1

3

3

1
2

1
8

6

6 .6
8 .1

1
1

2

2
1

23
17
9

8.7

Other States..............

2

1
2

4

.452

5

13

2

.372
.331
.364

1

1

Pp.nnsylvfl.nifl.............

Total...................
Grand total........

8 .1
8 .8

1

1

2
1

8
1

1

4

3

5

25
1

15

1
2
10

12

7

2
2

1

9

23

10

1

23

10

1

19
7
5

23

22

46

60

32

49

6
2

1

4

4
3

2

3

1

7
3

11

2
1
2

9

6

49

7.8

6

1

2

9

6

5

8

6

4

2

.356

1

1

23

12

27

310

8 .1

13

8

5

18

24

159

70

6

4

3

.437

6

14

45

58

12
1

2

9

2

1

69 ~~34

50

499




68

1
1

1

REGISTERS.

3

1

2

5
x
5
32

3
51
7
3
30

4

4

$0,385
.373
.582
.388
.369
.429
.442
.330
.365

1

CASH

One week:
Connecticut .
Indiana .
Michigan.................
Missouri
New Jersey
N ew York
. ...
Ohio....................