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accidents Aggregate April May June August September October Average Number buildings Buttons causes cent Children Receiving 16 Children Total 16 City Classification of Weekly Company compared cost December Men Women decreases Earnings of Wage-Earners Electrical employers Ending ESTABLISHMENTS factories and workshops February March April five force groups hand included increase industries injuries January February March Jersey July August September June July August labor machinery machinists manufacturing material Men Women Children Metal mill Months Newark Number Men Women Number of Days Number of Persons occurred October November December operation Paid in Wages Persons Employed Persons Receiving Specified places plants Pound presented Railroad ranges Receiving Specified Total reported resulted September October November shown Silk Specified Total Amounts Steel and iron strike TABLE Trenton union Wage Earners wage loss week Weekly Earnings wire Women Children Receiving Women Children Total workmen
Page 4 - Meat packing, wholesale' — without disclosing the data reported by individual establishments; and those industries for which it would be possible to publish separate figures without disclosing data for individual establishments reported less than 50 per cent of the total number of wage earners employed in all industries.
Page 19 - Similarly use 75 per cent, 10 per cent, 20 per cent, 30 per cent, 40 per cent, 60 per cent, 70 per cent.
Page 226 - New Year's Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day...
Page 226 - There may be one apprentice for the shop, and in addition not more than one apprentice to every five machinists. It is understood that in shops where the ratio is more than the above, that no change shall take place until the ratio has reduced itself to the proper number, by lapse or by the expiration of existing contracts.
Page 26 - ... per cent. of the men, and 2.9 per cent. of the women are in the two groups whose earnings are from $15 to under $25 per week, Classification of Weekly Earnings.
Page 87 - Men, 16 years and over .... Women, 16 years and over . Children under 16 years...
Page 124 - Number of Days in Operation, Number of Hours Worked per Day, Number of Hours Worked per Week and Overtime, 1915.
Page 27 - ... operation for each of the eighty-nine general industries and the general average for all industries. The average number of hours worked per day and per week, and the number of establishments in each industry that found it necessary to resort to overtime in order to meet the demand for their products, are also shown on this table. The aggregate average number of days in operation for all industries is, as shown by the table, 283.98. In 1912 the average was 287.67. The year 1913 has therefore witnessed...