1911 Census of England and Wales, Census Returns of England and Wales, 1911, giving details of Areas, Houses, Families or separate occupiers, and Population:- Occupations and Industries, Part I, Table 15 B : " Grouped occupations of Males and Females aged 10 years and upwards, in Administrative Counties, County Boroughs, Metropolitan Boroughs, Urban Districts of which the population exceeded 5,000 persons, aggregates of other Urban Districts, and aggregates of Rural Districts; also proportion per 1,000 of unmarried, married, widowed, and of married and widowed women engaged in occupations, and proportion of female domestic servants to separate occupiers or families, 1911 - Females".

List Wales Dep Glamorgan AdmC
Occupation Females
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Total Occupied and Unoccupied: Unmarried. 171,980 Show data context
Total Occupied and Unoccupied: Married. 199,661 Show data context
Total Occupied and Unoccupied: Widowed. 30,766 Show data context
Retired or Unoccupied. 320,998 Show data context
Engaged in Occupations (Orders I.-XXII.): Unmarried. 65,567 Show data context
Engaged in Occupations (Orders I.-XXII.): Married. 8,822 Show data context
Engaged in Occupations (Orders I.-XXII.): Widowed. 7,020 Show data context
I. 1. Civil Service. VI. 5. Telegraph, Telephone - Service. 943 Show data context
I. 2. Municipal, Parish, etc. Officers. IV. 3. Hospital and Institution Service. 918 Show data context
III. 3. Midwives, Sick Nurses, Invalid Attendants. 1,370 Show data context
III. 4. Teaching. 5,550 Show data context
III. 5. Literary, Scientific, and Political. 7. Art, Music, Drama. 980 Show data context
IV. 1. Domestic Indoor Service: In Hotels, Lodging, and Eating Houses. 1,135 Show data context
IV. 1. Domestic Indoor Service: Other Domestic Indoor Servants. 26,234 Show data context
IV. 3. Charwomen, Day Girls, Day Servants. 2,372 Show data context
IV. 3. Laundry and Washing Service. 1,977 Show data context
IV. 2, 3. Others engaged in Service. 780 Show data context
V. 2, 3, 4. Commercial, Bank, and Insurance Clerks. III. 2. Law Clerks. 1,347 Show data context
VII. Agriculture - On Farms, Woods, and Gardens. 1,579 Show data context
X. 1-10. Metals, Machines, Implements, and Conveyances (including Electrical Apparatus). 2,052 Show data context
XI. 1 - 4. Makers of Jewellery, Watches, Instruments, and Tackle for Sports and Games. 22 Show data context
XIII. Wood, Furniture, Fittings, and Decorations. 281 Show data context
XV. Chemicals, Explosives, Oil, Grease, Soap, etc. 221 Show data context
XVI. 1, 2. Skins, Leather, Saddlery, and Harness. 12 Show data context
XVI. 3. Hair and Feathers. 16 Show data context
XVII. 1, 2. Paper, Prints, Books, and Stationery (excluding Stationers, Booksellers, Publishers, Newspaper Agents, and other Dealers). 482 Show data context
XVIII. 1 - 6. Textile Manufactures (including Dyeing, etc.). 369 Show data context
XVIII. 7. Drapers, Linen Drapers, Mercers. XIX. 1. Dealers in Dress. 3,391 Show data context
XIX. 1. Tailoresses. 1,421 Show data context
XIX. 1. Milliners. 1,878 Show data context
XIX. 1. Dressmakers. 10,848 Show data context
XIX. 1. Staymakers, Shirtmakers, Seamstresses. 364 Show data context
XIX. 1. Boot, Shoe, Slipper, Patten, Clog - Makers. 63 Show data context
XIX. 1. Other Workers in Dress. 137 Show data context
XX. 1. Food - Workers. 514 Show data context
XX. 1. Food - Dealers. XXII. 4. General Shopkeepers, Dealers. 6,568 Show data context
XX. 4. Board, Lodging, and Dealing in Spirituous Drinks: Coffee, Eating, Lodging - House Keepers. 1,578 Show data context
XX. 4. Board, Lodging, and Dealing in Spirituous Drinks: Others. 3,179 Show data context
All Other Occupations. 2,828 Show data context
Proportion per 1000 of Unmarried, Married, Widowed, and of Married and Widowed engaged in Occupations: Unmarried. 381 Show data context
Proportion per 1000 of Unmarried, Married, Widowed, and of Married and Widowed engaged in Occupations: Married. 44 Show data context
Proportion per 1000 of Unmarried, Married, Widowed, and of Married and Widowed engaged in Occupations: Widowed. 228 Show data context
Proportion per 1000 of Unmarried, Married, Widowed, and of Married and Widowed engaged in Occupations: Married and Widowed. 69 Show data context

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