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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1919
 

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Distribution by specialization and sex of persons registered in zoology
7
OCCUPATIONS
9
III
13
PRICES
30
TABLES
40
SHIRT PRODUCTIVITY
43
HOURS Page
50
TABLES
67
Prewar employment of 110 women graduated with bachelors degree
8
WOMENS BUREAU
19
Women Living With Family and Women Living Apart 20
20
Wage Earning Responsibilities of Women Living With Family 21
21
Occupations in Three Periods 22
22
Changes in Weekly Earnings Since the War Period 23
23
Percent of Changes in Earnings Since the War Period 24
24
Comparison of Usual Weekly Earnings in the War Period and in February 1946 25
25
Letter of Transmittal iii
League Committee of Experts on Status of Women 1937 11
Activity of Womens Organizations in the United States 19
THE UNITED NATIONS SUBCOMMISSION ON
APPENDIX A INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTS CONCERNING
Number of power laundries visited and their employment by locality
1
Gainfully employed persons by industry and sex Peru 1940 4
4
Total employment and number and percent of women in service indus
5
Letter of transmittal 1111
111
Foreword
1
rence of injuries to women in manufacturing and in nonmanufactur
Letter of Transmittal
1
Intracity differences between plants in average hourly earnings
2
Age of gainfully employed persons by industry and sex Peru 1940 6
6
Training and Employment Problems 8
8
Lack of Legal Safeguards 15
15
Letter of Transmittal V
General Conditions Tending to Decrease Labor Supply 4
4
Suggestions for Household Employment Programs 28
28
Appendixes 40
40
CONTENTS
Products or service and number of employees in establishments
v
Employment in the sciences
1-1
Intracity differences between plants in average hourly earnings
1-3
Letter of transmittal 5III
1-5
visited Peru 1943 9
1-9
women flatworkers by city 17
1-17
The supply of scientific personnel 125
1-25
Organizations of scientific personnel 137
1-37
The outlook for women in each of the principal scientific fields 146
1-46
Variations in the outlook for women in science 152
1-52
in selected occupations by city 24
2-24
Introduction 31
3-1
Estimated distribution of active engineers by place of employment
3-4
Earnings of women productive workers and productive labor costs
3-7
Injecting a chicken egg with typhus rickettsia 332
3-32
The outlook for women in bacteriology 333
3-33
Bacteriologists testing the potency of streptomycin 312
3-42
Students in a zoology laboratory 316
3-51
The outlook for women in general biology 364
3-64
Technician using microbiological procedure in an industrial laboratory 370
3-70
Index 385
3-85
Retail prices of selected laundry services by city 36
4-36
ILLUSTRATIONS
4-39
The outlook for women in architecture and landscape architecture
5-1
Women sorting potatoes for size 3
5-3
The outlook for women in engineering 512
5-12
Student in metallurgical engineering testing a metal sample
5-43
The outlook for women as engineering aids 552
5-52
The outlook for women as draftsmen 564
5-64
4
5-66
The outlook for women as surveyors 574
5-74
TABLES
5-81
Letter of transmittal 411
5-99
Distribution of employment by sex in 9154 manufacturing establish
6-1
Comparison of average hourly earnings of women shirtline operatives
6-10
Distribution of employment and injuries by sex in 9154 manufac
6-11
Woman glove worker 13
6-13
for women in chemistry which has been prepared as a part of a study
iii
Distribution of employment and injuries by sex in 10665 nonmanu
iv
The outlook for women in geology
7-1
The outlook for women in geography 714
7-14
facturing establishments classified by industry 1945
7-19
The outlook for women in meteorology 728
7-28
Members of the Society of Women Commercial Employees 30
7-30
11
7-34
Sources to which reference is made in the text 420
7-45
Shirt production per operatorhour by locality 46
7-46
mation here assembled and synthesized The study was planned
7-59
Geologist examining sandstone outcrop 7IV
8-7
13
8-14
III
8-32
Welcome IX
8-45
hourly earnings of shirtline operatives hy region 49
8-49
Balcony view of most of the finishing departments in a laundry VII
10
GAINS AND GOALS OF WOMEN WORKERS Gladys Dickason 19
THE ROLE OF WOMENS LEGISLATION IN MEETING BASIC
Evening Session
working WOMEN THEIR

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