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Wages and hours in American manufacturing industries July, 1914-January, 1922.

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Published by The Century co. in New York .
Written in English

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  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Wages -- United States,
    • Hours of labor

    • Edition Notes

      A digital reproduction is available from the Open Collections Program at Harvard University, Women and work collection.

      StatementNational industrial conference board.
      SeriesIts Research report,, no. 52
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD4975 .N3 1922a
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 235 p.
      Number of Pages235
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6647044M
      LC Control Number22017764
      OCLC/WorldCa5018638

      A free inside look at salary trends based on 10 salaries wages for 10 jobs at Salaries posted anonymously by employees.


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Get this from a library. Wages and hours in American manufacturing industries July, January, [National Industrial Conference Board.]. Wages and hours in American manufacturing industries July, January, A digital reproduction is available from the Open Collections Program at Harvard University, Women and work collection.

Also available in digital form. Contributor: National Industrial Conference Board Date: Average weekly earnings of all wage earners on January 1,stood at $ or 65% above the July, level of 3.

Wage reductions from the peak, of % in hourly earnings and % in weekly earnings, were far above the average found in other industries. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library.

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Series Title. National Industrial Conference Board: Wages and hours in American manufacturing industries July, January, (New York, The Century co., [c]) (page images at HathiTrust) National Industrial Conference Board: Wages and hours in anthracite mining, June, October,inclusive / (New York: Century Co., c) (page images at.

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Book titled Wartime Changes in Wages reports wages, hours and earnings by occupation and gender for each year from in the metal, cotton, wool, silk, boot and shoe, paper, rubber, and chemical manufacturing industries. Published by the National Industrial Conference Board, a group of industry Author: Marie Concannon.

Wages, hours and employment in American manufacturing industries July, January, New York: National Industrial Conference Board, © (OCoLC) Jump directly to years:, and Occupations are organized under industries, such as bakery trades, building trades, etc.

The wage tables continue for more than a hundred pages in each of these volumes. Wages and Hours in American Manufacturing Industries July, January, /5(1).

WAGES AND HOURS OF LABOR SERIES WAGES AND HOURS OF LABOR IN WOOLEN AND WORSTED GOODS MANUFACTURING, JULY UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE WASHINGTON: For sale by th* Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D.C* - - Price 10 cents years from to industry averages are for the wage earners.

cent in July,to 90 per cent in April,and per cent in July, In Austria, no general average figures are available and the movement differs somewhat from one industry to another; but in every industry, however, real wages in were higher than those inalthough in some industries wages rose much sooner than in others.

This volume presents a comprehensive analysis of Wages, Hours of Work and Employment in industry and in agriculture. The findings of recent years are related to pre-war conditions and thus a view is given of the development of wages and hours of work during the entire period from July, to.

WAGES IN MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES. rates, and real wages. This article presents the latest available in­ formation on the movement of factory wages from Januaryin the light of the factors affecting the trends in the various measures of wages.

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During the s, wages for American workers. generally ran well below the growth of the economy as a whole. Wages and hours in American manufacturing industries July, January, A digital reproduction is available from the Open Collections Program at Harvard University, Women and work collection.

Also available in digital form. Contributor: National Industrial Conference Board. WAGES OF AGRICULTURAL LABOR IN THE UNITED STATES «J The heavy out-migration of farm people and farm workers after in response to the opportunities for nonfarm jobs was a natural result of the depressed conditions these people experi- enced for many years before this war.

Similarly, some of. Wages and hours in American industry, July July Creator/Contributor: creator National Industrial Conference Board Creation Date: c Place Of Origin: New York (State) New York Publisher: The Century Co. Wages, hours and employment in American manufacturing industries July, January, Creator/Contributor.

The 10 Biggest Strikes in American History. July to October, > Affected area: nationwide Inthe railroad labor board announced that wages for railroad shop workers would be cut by 7. King () also reports that factory wages declined by % over the same period, with wages in Metals and Metal Products falling %.

Other figures are available from the NICB report; Wages and hours in American industry, July July The nominal wage declines did not occur before the beginning of Wages and Hours of Labor in Woolen and Worsted Goods Manufacturing, Bulletin of the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, No.

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Wages in Manufacturing Industries. Other editions - View all. Wages in the United States, National Industrial Conference Board Snippet view - Second Quarter Third Table Tf Tf Tf Third Quarter trend of wages wage earners wage levels wage scales Wages and Hours week per wage Weekly Earnings Average workers.

BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS WASHINGTON n o. S7i N o v e m b e r, WAGES AND HOURS OF LABOR IN THE FURNITURE INDUSTRY, TO This report presents the results of the study made in by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics of hours and earnings and other wage conditions in the furniture industry in the United States.

WAGES AND HOURS OF LABOR IN MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES, TO In Bulletin No. 53 of this Bureau, published in July,an article was presented entitled “ Wages and cost of living.7’ That part of the article relating to cost of living was a summary of the data since published in full in the Eighteenth Annual Report of the.

"My Life and Work" is the autobiography of Henry Ford. Written in conjunction with Samuel Crowther, "My Life and Work" chronicles the rise and success of one of the greatest American entrepreneurs and businessmen.

Henry Ford and the Ford Motor Company will forever be identified with early 20th century American industrialism/5. Nationwide from to the unionized wages in manufacturing rose from $ a week to $, and the average work week fell from to hours a week. The pay for all factory workers was $ and $ because unions reached only the more skilled factory workers.

Wages and hours of labor in the iron and steel industry: bNational Industrial Conference Board, Wages andHours in American Industry, New York,pp.,and ; data are for July.

See also Leo Wolman, The Growth of American Trade Unions, —, New York, NBER,p. C Called "lumber manufacturing and mill work" by NICB, but excludes sawmills. Hours and Earnings, to Table 2 shows for, and the average number of days and hours worked and average earnings made in a half-month pay period by miners and miners' laborers, as a group.

This group includes contract miners, consideration miners, company miners, and their respective laborers. They mine the coal and load. Skip to main content. FRED ® Economic Data; My Account; Information Services; Publications; Working Papers; Filters Close. Sort by: Relevance Back; Popularity.

U.S. Estimated Per Capita Money Earnings of Wage Earners in Manufacturing Industries 01// db: dat: doc: m U.S. Average Absolute Annual Earnings of Employees Or Wage Earners in All Manufacturing Industries 01// db: dat: doc: m U.S. Average Weekly Earnings in Twelve Manufacturing Industries 01// db.

The Oliver Farm Equipment Company was an American farm equipment manufacturer from the 20th century. It was formed as a result of a merger of four companies:: 5 the American Seeding Machine Company of Richmond, Indiana; Oliver Chilled Plow Works of South Bend, Indiana; Hart-Parr Tractor Company of Charles City, Iowa; and Nichols and Shepard Company of Battle Creek, Michigan.

Chapter pages in book: (p. 13 - 38) Daily Wages in Manufacturing and Building The average daily wage made an estimated net over-all advance between and of roughly 50 percent for manufacturing and 60 percent for building trades workers (Tables 1 and 2).

wage for all manufacturing industries. This was done for the Aldrich. In the first commercial broadcsting stations was created., The first commercial radio station set up by Frank Conrad, set up in his Pittsburgh garage in His slight amount of advertising, which was an occasional mention of Westinghouse, spurred large growth in sales, and, byAmerican.

The Railroad Labor Board (RLB) was an institution established in the United States of America by the Transportation Act of This nine-member panel was designed as means of settling wage disputes between railway companies and their employees.

The Board's approval of wage reductions for railroad shopmen was instrumental in triggering the Great Railroad Strike of Manufacturing industries - Wages and hours, Bulletin of the U. Bureau of Labor, No. 77, Volume XVII. Published July Wages in cotton, woolen, and silk industries, These workers engaged in spinning, weaving, printing, dyeing and otherwise performing tasks for the manufacture of : Marie Concannon.

In the s and 30s, the Women's Bureau focused on women's working conditions in industries including manufacturing, household employment and clothing industry. 21% of American's employed at this time were women, who worked long hours with little wages. Inthe WB began investigating the conditions facing 'negro women in industry.'Headquarters: Frances Perkins Building, Washington, D.C.A minimum wage is the lowest remuneration that employers can legally pay their workers—the price floor below which workers may not sell their labor.

Most countries had introduced minimum wage legislation by the end of the 20th century. Supply and demand models suggest that there may be welfare and employment losses from minimum wages. However, if the labor market is in a state of monopsony.Wages and hours in American manufacturing industries: July, - January, Creator/Contributor: National Industrial Conference Board, creator Creation Date: c Place Of Origin: New York (State) New York Publisher: Century Co.