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NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION 
DIVISION OF REVIEW 



EMPLOYMENT, PAYROLLS, HOURS AND WAGES 

in 
115 SELECTED CODE INDUSTRIES, 
1933-1935 



prepared by 

THE STATISTICS SECTION 

W. J. MAGUIRE, CHIEF 

as a report of 

THE INDUSTRY STATISTICS UNIT 

MARTIN TAITEL. CHIEF 



WORK MATERIALS NO. TWELVE 



Washington, D. C. 
December, 1935 



■y 



(jTTlCE OF HATIONAL RECOVERY ADM IHI STRATI OK 
DIVISION OF REVIEW 



EMPL0Y14EKT, PAYROLLS, HOURS AND ".TAaES 
in 
115 SELECTED CODE INDUSTRIES,'/ 
1933-19S5 



prepared by 
THE STATISTICS SECTION 
W.J, MAGUIRE, CHIEF 
as a report of 
TEE INDUSTRY STATISTICS TJITIT 
MARTIN TAITEL, , CHIEF 



IVashington, D. C. 
March, 1936 



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Fore'Tord 

This study of Employment, Payrolls, Hours and Wages 
in 115 Selected Code Industries was prepared "by Mr, Martin Taitel 
of the Statistics Section, Mr, W. J, Maguire in charge. Further 
acknowledgements are embodied in the text. 

The purpose of this report is to present as complete a 
summary picture as possible of the movements in emiDloyment, payrolls, 
hours and wages in coded industries during 1933, 1934, and 1935, The 
data include not only such regularly published material as is appro- 
priate for this purpose but also the resiilts of a srrvey made in co- 
operation with the Bureau of Labor Statistics, The term "Wages" as 
used in this report is equivalent to the Bureau of Labor Sta'jistios 
term "Earnings", 

The continuation, at least through March 1936, of tabula- 
tions covering nineteen of the major coded industries included in the 
report has been recommended by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, The 
nineteen coded industries selected represent more significant economic 
entities than the corresponding industries by which the reports are at 
present classified and tabulated. 

At the back of the report will be found a brief statement 
of the studies undertaken by the Division of Review, 



L, C, Marshall 
December 27, 1935 Director, Division of Review 



\ 



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EMPLGYlffilO, PAYHOLLS, HOURS IKD WAGES IN 
115 SELECTED CODE INDUSTRIES, 1933-1935 



Table of Contpnts 

Page 

Purpose of the Report 1 

The Data 1 

Limited Available Data 1 

Special Survey of Manufacturing Industries 
(Bureau of Labor Statistics in Cooperation 

with MA) 2 

Acknowledgements S 

The Schedule 3 

Method of Tabulation 3 

Technical Methods 4 

Number of Codes per Establishments 5 

Non-Mfin\:if acturing Industries P 

Size of Samples 6 

Chart Markings 7 

Tables and Charts 8 - 239 

Appendices 

I - Average and Minimum Size of Samples, 

1933 and 1934 240 

II - Number of Codes per Establishment 244 

III - Bureau of Labor Statistics Schedule 789A . . 245 



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Table of Contents 

for 
Tables and Charts 



Industry 



Table and 
Chart Kumber 



Code 
Number 



Name 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 

8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 

21 
22 
23 
24 

25 
26 

27 
28 
29 
30 

31 

32 



None Aircraft Manufacturing 

215 American Glassware 

85 American Petroleum Equipment 

None Antracite Coal Minings 

138 Anti-Priction Bearing 

17 Automobile Man'of acturing 

105 Automobile Pa,rts and Equip- 
ment Manufacturing 

445 Baking 

L.P. 1 Beet Sugar 

24 Bituminous Coal Mining 

44 Boot and Shoe Manufacturing 

459 Bottled Soft Drink 

L.P. 10 Brewing 

88 Business Furniture 

None Butter Manufacturing 

152 Can Manufacturing 

463 Candy Manufacturing 

44S Canning 

202 Carpet and Rug Manufacturing 

258 Cast Iron Boiler md Cast 

Iron Radiator 

192 Cast Iron Pressure Pipe 

123 Cement (Portland) 

275 Chemical Manufacturing 

126 Chinaware and Porcelain 

Manufacturing 

467 Cigar 

549 Cigarette, Snuff, Chewing 

and Smoking Tobacco 

101 Cleaning and Sycing Trade 

5 Coat and Suit Manufacturing 

486 Commercial Vehicle Body 

236 Cooking and Heating Appli- 
ance Manufacturing 

401 Copper 

81 Copper and Brass Mill Product 



10 
12 
14 . 

16 
18 

20 
22 
24 
26 
28 
30 
32 
34 
36 
38 
40 
42 
44 

46 
48 
50 
52 

54 
56 

58 
60 
62 

64 

66 

68 

s 70 



Page 

9 
11 
13 
15 
17 
19 

21 
23 
;25 
27 
29 
31 
33 
35 
37 
39 
41 
43 
45 

47 
49 
51 
53 

55 
57 

59 
61 

63 
65 

67 
69 
71 



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Industry 



Table and Code 
Chart Number Number Name Page 



34 


7 


55 


118 


36 


1 


37 


None 


38 


288 


39 


323 


40 


64 


41 


423 


42 


4 


43 


40 



45 


39 


46 


67 


47 


541 


48 


92 


49 


193 


50 


145 


51 


134 


52 


36 


53 


287 


54 


277 


55 


259 


56 


16 


57 


121 


56 


None 


59 


373 


60 


11 


61 


164 


62 


281 


63 


442 


64 


21 


65 


9 


66 


103 


67 


347 


68 


132 


69 


None 


70 


175 



72 


— 


73 


74 


— 


75 


76 


— 


77 


78 


- 


79 


80 


- 


81 


82 


_ 


83 


84 


- 


85 


86 


- 


87 


88 


— 


89 


90 


« 


91 



33 245 Corrugated and Solid Fibre 

Shipping Container 
Corcet and Brassiere 
Cotton Garment 
Cotton Textile 
Cottonseed Oil Refining 
Daily Newspaper Publishing 

Business 
Die Casting Manufacturing 
Dress Manufacturing 
Drop Forging 
Electrical Manufacturing 
Electric Storage and V/et 

Primary Battery 92 - 93 

44 84 Fabricated Metal Products 

Mfg« and Metal Finishing 

and Metal Coating 94 - 95 

Farm Equipment 96 - 97 

Fertilizer 98 - 99 

Plat Glass Manufacturing 100 - 101 
Floor and Wall Clay Tile 

Manufacturing 102 - 103 

Folding Paper Box 104 - 105 

Furniture Manufacturing 106 - 107 
Gas Appliances and Apparatus 108 - 109 
Glass Container 110 - 111 

Graphic Arts 112 - 113 

Gray Iron Foundry 114 - 115 

Hat Manufacturing 116 - 117 

Hosiery Manufactiiring 118 - 119 

Hrtel 120 - 121 

Ice Cream Manuf a.cturing 122 - 123 
Infants' a^id Children's Wear 124 - 125 
Iron and Steel 126 - 127 

Knitted Outerwear 128 - 129 

Lai-mdry Trade 130 - 131 

Lead 132 - 133 

Leather 134 - 135 

Lumber and Timber Products 136 - 137 
Machine Tool .and Forging 

Machinery 138 - 139 

Machinery and A-llied Products 140 - 141 
Malleable Iron 142 - 143 

Meat Packing 144 - 145 

Medium and Low Priced 

Jewelry Manufacturing 146 - 147 

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Indactry 








Table and 


CodG 






Chart Nurn'oer 


N-umter 


Name 


Pa 


ge 


71 


15 


Men's Clothing 


148 




149 


72 


363 


Men's Neckwear 


150 


- 


151 


73 


151 


Millinery 


152 


- 


153 


74 


312 


Narrow Fahrics 


154 


— 


155 


75 


119 


Newsprint 


156 


- 


157 


76 


165 


Non-Forrous Foundry 


158 


- 


159 


77 


89 


Office Equipment Manufac- 












turing 


160 


— 


161 


78 


71 


Paint, Varnish and Lacquer 












Man-afacturing 


162 


~ 


163 


79 


120 


Paper and Pulp 


164 


- 


165 


80 


ion 


Paperboard 


166 


- 


167 


81- A 


10 


Petroleum Producing, Crude 


168 


- 


169 


81-B 


10 


Petrole^om Refining 


170 


- 


171 


82 


529 


Pharmaceutical aid Biological 


172 


- 


173 


83 


204 


Plorabing Fixtures 


174 


- 


175 


84 


257 


Printing Equipment Industry 








■^^' *C: 




and Trade 


176 


- 


177 


85 


285 


Railway C^ir Building 


178 


- 


179 


86 


198 


Railway Safety Appliaice 


180 


- 


181 


87 


172 


Rayon and Silk Dyeing and 












Printing 


182- 


— 


1^3 


88 


14 


Rayon and Synthetic Yarn 












Producing 


184 


- 


185 


89 


163 


Refractories 


186 


- 


187 


9r> 


60 


Retail Trade 


188 


— 


189 


91 


156 


Rubber Manufacturing 


190 


— 


191 


92 


174 


Rubber Tire Manufacturing 


192 


— 


193 


93 


114 


Scientific Apparatus 


194 


— 


195 


94 


167 


Set-iJp Paper Box Manufac- 












turing 


196 


— 


197 


95 


2 


Shipbuilding and Ship Repair 


198 


~ 


199 


96 


102 


Shovel, Dragline .and Crane 


20n 


^ 


201 


97 


4S 


Silk Textile 


202 


- 


203 


98 


177 


Silverware Manufacturing 


204 


— 


205 


99 


83 


Soap and Glycerine Manufac- 












turing 


206 


- 


207 


100 


122 


Special Tool, Die and 












Machine Shop 


208 


- 


209 


101 


82 


Steel Casting 


210 


— 


211 


102 


123 


Structural Clay Products 


212 


— 


213 


103 


480 


Structural Steel and Iron 












Fabricating 


214 


~ 


215 



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Industry 






Tatle 


Code 






Chart Number 


Number 


Name 


Page 




104 


None 


Sugar Refining, Cane 


216 


- 217 


105 


35 


Textile Machinery Manufac- 










turing 


218 


- 219 


106 


235 


Textile Processing 


220 


- 221 


107 


54 


Throwing 


222 


- 223 


108 


28 


Transit 


224 


- 225 


109 


408 


Undergarment and Negligee 


226 


- 227 


110 


23 


Underwear and Allief Products 










Manuf a c t ur i ng 


228 


- 229 


111 


153 


Valve and Fittings Manufac- 










turing 


230 


- 231 


112 


136 


Vitrified Clay Cewer Pipe 










Manufacturing 


232 


- 233 


113 


L.P. 17 


Wheat Flour Milling 


234 


- 235 


114 


533 


Window Glass Manufacturing 


236 


- 237 


115 


3 


Wool Textile 


238 


-- 239 



oooOooo 



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-1- 

Ei.IPLOYI.ffil'T , PAYROLLS, HOTjUS A'T3 '..'AGES li' 
115 SELLCTED CO^L liiDiTSTRIES, 13o5-1935 

PLTRFOSE OF ?I]FQR T 

The 'iiip.terial in t>:is re-oort is -oreseiited to give as 
corvolete a s-oi.inary oict\i.re as possible of the novenents in em- 
■Dloynont, -or7rolls, hours and rro.jes in coded industries during 
19G3, 1954 and 1955. The c.ata include not only such regularly 
■ouhlished material as is ao-oropriate for this pu.rp03e out also 
the results of a. surve-r made in coo^3er.-~.tion v;ith the Bureaju of 
Lahor Statistics. 
TI3] DA TA 
Limited Availahle Data 

The project of conroilin,r this inateri,al was started in 
the sumner of 1954, It soon became evident that the amount of 
monthl-- data re.j^larly collected vrhich covered fields con-nara.hle 
to those covered hy Code definitions Tzas extremely limited. In 
the first -olace, only a limited amount of monthly laoor statistics, 
classified hy industries, ras hein-i; collected currently hy govern- 
ment agencies. Ap;oro::iraatel:' one half of the factory em-oloyees in 
mantifacturing industries -..'ere hein^j covered rhile a considerably 
smaller portion of the employees in non-manufacturing industries 
Tias being covered. Practically all of this material was being col- 



9853 



-2- 

lected 'by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. In the second place, 
classifications of industries used by the Bi-xreau of Labor Statis- 
tics and other G-overn:nenfc agencies rrere based u"on criteria con- 
sidera.bly different from those used by industries in a">^pl;"ing for 
HEA Codes. This eliinina,ted the possibility of Lising a large portion 
of the material regi-ila^rly published. 



Specia.l Survey of M anufacturing Industries (Bvireau 
of Labor Statistics in Cooperation vdth ITIIA.) . 



Achno^rledgenents - In order to obtain data iThose coverage uas 
approisimatelv identical Trith industries as defined 'by the various Codes, 
a special sc.rve^'- of manufacturing establishir.ents xias nade early in 1955, 
This survey T^as cs.rried on by the Coded Indiistries Section organized 
for this i3ur-opse rithin the Bureau of Labor Statistics under the di- 
rection of Mr. Bernard Ba.rton, ]?unds for the project v/ere supplied by 
the rational Hecovery Aciministration, \7hich, in addition, cooperated 
activel;^ in the development of the stud;^', Ilr, I?, C, Reich and lir, F,VJ, 
Clark of the Statistics Section of IliA, besides constracting a manuaJ 
for editing schedules, rendered considerable a.ssistance in the editing 
itself. (l?or this '-'ork they became suorn em'oloyees of . the Btireau of 
Labor Statistics, hereinafter abbreviated BeL. S.) . Mr. Liartin Taitel, 
Statistics Section of >CA, the lIj.tional Recovery Administration repre- 
sentative for the. survey, directed the fina„l organisPotion of the mat- 
erial. Hiss E, L. G-reenbanlc of the Statistics Section a.ssisted in the 
preparation and presentation of the re-oort. The Central Sta.tistical 
Boe.rd cooperated in initiating the project. 



9853 



The Schecliile - EataDlisliinents re-^ortiru" to B.L.S* \7fire re- 
quested to re lort their figures on en-^-ilojTnent , payrolls, and nan- 
hoti.rs for Decenher, 1934 hrohen do'7n h;- Coded Industries* In ad- 
dition, the;' -^.fere requested to reioort their enployraent for June and 
Deceraher, l'^53 and 1934 h"^ Coded Indii-stries- , These reports and care- 
ful checking of code definitions against D.LoS. classifications served 
as the hasis for tabulating h;," codes the data 3.L. S. collected. The 
schedu.le and the letter of trpjisnittal are shou:! in Appendix III. 
This schedule as viell as those regula,rl:" used h" B.L.S, requests data 
for the pa;" period ending nearest the fifteenth of the month. 'Tnere 
the pa7 period covers more than one veeh, figui-es re'oorted uere re— 
diaced to a T/eehl;^ oasis. 

liethod of Tabulation - In tp,hulating the naterial, those BoL, S. 
classifications ^7hich conformed, approximatel;'- to code definitions v;ere 
used. It rrr.s found that 43 B.L.S, classifica,tions, corresponding to 37. 
codes, (*) couild be used as i^reviousl"- tabulated. The remaining B.L.S. 
classif iactions rrere tabulated for such codes as the sain"oles seened to 
warrant. In general, establishnents operating under. npre than one code 
T'ere classified according to their princi-oal code, i.e., the code cover- 
ing at least t^r^o-thirds of their erT-loyees. In sor.ie cases figures for 

(*) In five cases figurGS for tvo B.L.S, classifications '"ere conbined 
07 ITEA to represent a single code; in one case (Transit Indiistr;^) 
a non-aanufact\iring classif ica,tion '.:as combined rith a raaauifactur- 
ing classification, ?or the Petroleuii Industry a non-manufacturing 
classification r.'as iised to suo-ole'iont the manufacturing classifica- 
tion, but the t'.70 v.fere not conbined. 



9853 



-4" 

individual establishiaents were allocated to two or more coded indus- 
tries. 

The tabulations were based not uuon a rigorous standard of 
purity of sample for each cede, but UTDon an approximation to purity 
of sample sufficient to present a rather accurate picture of labor 
conditions in the coded industries. It is believed that such an ap- 
proxiraarion was achived fcr the data included in this report. In 
.every case mere than 75 rer cent of the employees in the sample were 
covered by the code definition in question; in most cases, more than 
90 per cent. 

T echnical Methods - Indexes of employment and payrolls were 
constructed by MA from all classifications that were retabulated. 
The method used was that of chaining together percentage changes based 
upon data from idential establishments, for each pair of adjacent 
months. This is the same method as that used by the Bureau cf Labor 
Statistics in constructing its reguarly published indexes. Fcr in- 
dustries for which no retabulation cf the data was necessary the regu- 
larly published B.L.S. indexes were used. Most of these had previously 
been adjusted to 1933 Census totals by NBA. These are presented as ad- 
justed. The differences between these indexes and thos?; which wculd 
have been obtained had no adjustments tfl the 1933 Census figures b^en 
made are negligible so far as comparisons between 1933, 1934, and 1935 
are concerned. ■ 

Fcr the series on average hours worked per week, average 
hourly wpges and average weekly wages, the Bureau of La>or Statistics 



obtr.ined results for ideatical estaulislxneiitr, in er.cii ;oair of adjacent 
months — for examole, .J-one rnd Julv', ISoC- and Jul;^ and August, 1033, 
In this report onl"- fic;ares for the "current month" or the later of 
the tv.'o adjacent months are shoi.Tn, Thus, figures for no tno months 
of tho -period covered for a -oarticnlar industry may cover er.actly the 
savie estahlislments, althoxy^h p. large part of the sample ma"^ "be iden- 
tical througliout the entire -period. It 'jould have "been possihle to 
construct "chain indexes" for each of the series of averages, out this 
was deemed to give less reliable results, hocause of the accumulation 
of samrjling errors as o. result of the chaining process, Hor:ever, in 
most ca.ses, either technioue v.'onld heave given su'bstnntially the same 
results. 

In all cases vrhere raa,n-hour indexes are shor/n, they have been 
constructec. "by multiplying average hours worked per r;eek "by the index 
of emplo;Tient, In this the^/- differ from • man-hour indexes published 
"by r.L.S, nhich v/ere constructed by iraltiplying "chain indexesl' for 
average hourn worked -oer week by "chain indexes" of emplojTaent, 

iJunber of Codes Under TTnich Estpblisiinents Onerated - An 
interesting by-product of the survey v/as a tabulation of establish- 
ments and eCTplo""ees in those establisments by the niimber of codes 
UJider which the estr.blishrient operated. It showed thpt approximately 
S4 per cent of the reporting est-blisbuents operated u:ider one code 
and en-olo3'"ed approximately 05 -ocr ccit of the cmnloyces reported. 
This indicr^tes that the larger cstabllslments were more likely to be 
su.bjcct to more th,?ji one code than were the smaller establishments. 



9853 



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The complete table is shov.Ti in Appendix II, 
ITon-i ianuf ac tiirinf : I ndus tri es 

The material on the coded non-raanufactixring industries is 
e::trcr.iel7 limited since regularl;' collected data on these industries 
are meager and since the special survey vras confinod to the manufac- 
turing industries. Data on the eight 3,1,3, classifications (*) that 
cover major ".->r,rta of or ao-oror.inately the same fields as the code 
definitions have heen included in this report. The technical methods 
used have "been the sane as for the manufacturing industries. 
Size of Samples 

Appendi:: I gives the average size of the sam-iles for each 
industr;'- during 1933 and during 1934 as nell as the minimum size 
during this period. Sample sizes are giveri in terms of establish- 
ments and er.plo;"ees, . In 1935 the sam^oles vere approximately of the 
ssjne size as in 1034, Ii^ instances vhere data are missing from the 
various taoles samples for the "oeriod ^7ere either inadequate or not 
avealahle. 

The samples from uhich average hours vrorkcd -oer neel: and 
'average hourly vages r/ere derived have, in most cases, been smaller 
than those from ^7hich a,verage \7eekly v/ages uere derived. Consequently, 
instances vfill ho found in rhich r.'eekl3- wages do not equal the pro~ 
duct of hoiirly uages and average hoii.rs i;orl;ed per ireel:. 



(*) Tv70 of these v;ere used to suoplenent data for mnxiufacturing 
classifications. 



9S53 



Chart iiarhiiit'^n 

In assembling- the material it TTas originally -Dlanned to in- 
dicate on the charts important events and developments within each in- 
dustry, Liraita,ticns of tine, and i^ersonnel have r^revented the complete 
materialization of this -plan, 

l.iarl:ings have been -nlpced uoon the charts indicating the 
date on \7hich the President's Reem-olo3n:ent Agreement T7as initiated, 
the date on i-iiich the Code became effective and the date of the 
Schechter decision. These marhings divide the period covered by the 
charts into tliree "o.arts, lore-code, code, and nost-code, thus serving 
as g-aide posts to such conclusions as ma;^ be dra'Tn vith respect to the 
effects of the Coc'es. 

The PEA marking is not shovm in charts for industries in 
TThich the code became effective -orior to Auf-ust 1, 1933. In all other 
cases the P?A narliing has been placed at Aufust 1, 1933. Uith reference 
to these markiiiL:s it should be reneraberec^ that the provisions of the 
President's P.eenTiloyment Agreement became effective v/hen signed by in- 
dividiial firms. A m.imber of firms never signed the Agreement. Purther- 
more, substitutions for PRA "orovisions vcve obtained by various indus- 
tries and these became effective for all firms who had signed the Agree- 
ment in these indiistries resoectively. For the most part these substi- 
tutions went into effect between Augixst 15 and September 15, 1933 al- 
though a few cases became effective as late as October, 1933, 



9853 



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FORM R-P 


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Table 1 








AIRCRAFT M/iMJFACTuRIiMG IlU}uSTRy 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, qnd Wqc 


es, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 

1933 = ICO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Gents) 


AVERAGE 
weCKLY 

(Dollars) 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933-JAN 


79.2 


84.1 


80.6 


42.5 


64.9 


29,32 


FEB 


80.6 


87.1 


85.5 


44.3 


64.3 


29.89 


MAR 


85.2 


91.5 


90.7 


44.5 


62.8 


29.17 


APR 


89.6 


95.5 


102.5 


47.8 


63.4 


29.52 


MAY 


106.1 


107.8 


114.0 


44.9 


61.3 


27.98 


J UIS 


109.0 


108.2 


109.6 


42.0 


63.4 


27.55 


JUL 


109.0 


103.7 


115.6 


44.3 


65.4 


25.16 


AUG 


104.9 


104.8 


101.9 


40.6 


64.5 


27.55 


SEP 


103.5 


96.2 


96.6 


39.0 


66.5 


25.86 


OCT- 


107.2 


103.3 


96.5 


37.6 


70.3 


27.09 


NOV 


113.0 


110.9 


102,8 


38.0 


65.0 


25.63 


DEC 


112.7 


107.0 


103.6 


38.4 


53.4 


24.76 


AVETRAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


42.0 


64.5 


27.55 


II 


1934 -JAN 


112.7 


106.5 


106.6 


39.5 


65.4 


24.67 


FEB 


116.3 


113.0 


108.8 


39.1 


65.0 


25.38 


MAR 


112.1 


106.9 


103.1 


38.4 


66.1 


24.56 


APR 


132.6 


123.1 


122.5 


38.5 


63.3 


24.25 


MAY 


124.4 


116.8 


118.8 


39.9 


62.5 


24.59 


J UN 


140.1 


135.9 


139.5 


41.6 


59.5 


24.92 


JUL. 


124.8 


120.5 


112.3 


37.6 


66.7 


25.26 


AUG 


111.7 


112.0 


112.0 


41.9 


61.2 


26.39 


SEP 


99.2 


94.8 


93.3 


39.3 


63.1 


24.69 


OCT 


88.8 


87.2 


81.8 


38.5 


66.6 


25.14 


NOV 


83.9 


79.6 


74.1 


35.9 


57.5 


24.08 


DEC 


90.3 


86.6 


79.3 


35.7 


71.9 


25.02 


AVERAGE 


111.4 


106.9 


104.3 


39.0 


54.9 


24.92 


II 


1935- JAN 


103.4 


93.2 


93.8 


37.9 


64.3 


22.78 


FEB 


108.5 


98.5 


101.0 


38.9 


64.3 


24.22 


MAR 


110.3 


103.0 


104.8 


39.7 


64.6 


25.61 


APR 


119.3 


108.2 


112.5 


39.4 


64.7 


24.86 


MAY 


131.3 


117.9 


122.6 


39.0 


53.9 


24.30 


JUN 


139.4 


126.3 


135.5 


40.9 


54.8 


25.15 


JUL 


144.9 


127.5 


137.7 


39.7 


52.7 


24.30 


AUG 


151.9 


140.4 


148.0 


40.7 


63.4 


25.52 


SEP 


148.4 


133.7 


143.5 


40.4 


65.3 


25.65 


OCT 


149.9 


137.4 


145.6 


41.3 


64.6 


26.28 


NOV 


150.0 


133.2 


149-4 


41.6 


65.3 


25.42 


DEC 


144.2 


133.9 


144.6 


41.9 


65.6 


26.66 


AVERAGE 


133.5 


121.1 


128.3 


40.1 


64.5 


25.06 


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Table 2 




Code No. 215 


AllEBICAN GLASSWABE IITDDSTRI 

Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wac 


es, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 

1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


i 

WAGES ! 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(nollars) 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933-JAN 


76.5 


69.6 


74.0 


35.0 


40.8 


15.06 


FEB 


65.4 


81.8 


83.6 


35.4 


42.1 


15.82 


MAR 


ftS^ft 


78.1 


62.1 


3&.& 


43.6 


15.43 


AI^R 


91■^fi 


fifi.7 


91.1 


36.0 


42.8 


15.65 


MAY 


9?ffi 


97^3 


104.6 


40.8 


42.8 


17.33 


JUN 


"101.9 


103.3 


116.6 


41.4 


42.4 


16.76 


JUL. 


94tR 


93.0 


101.7 


38.8 


44,7 


16.17 


AUG 


106t9 


109.6 


102.0 


34.5 


47.4 


16.89 


SEP 


110.4 


111.7 


102.3 


33.5 


&1.7 


16.72 


OCT- 


nfi.5 


120.7 


109.5 


34.0 


52.2 


17.50 


NOV 


117.0 


119.6 


Ug.2 


34.7 


49.0 


16.39 


DEC 


122.6 


128.4 


120.3 


35.5 


49.2 


17.31 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


lOQ.O 


36.3 


45.7 


16.42 


II 


1934 -JAN 


120.9 


124.1 


113,6 


24.0 


49.4 


16.96 


FEB 


126.7 


laa.B 


124.3 


35.5 


50.8 


18.12 


MAR 


122.fi 


144.8 


128.6 


35.1 


51.9 


18.12 


APR 


laa.a 


150,0 


1?2,? 


36.9 


S2,0 


18.71 


MAY 


13a,7 


i4?tf 


IPri^H 


35.5 


5?. 9 


17,73 


JUN 


1?4*A 


144tl 


124.& 


33.4 


PP. ft 


17,7fi 


JUL 


117,?! 


nAt4 


101.7 


31*4 


54,1 


16,83 


AUG 


1£4*6 


IS6.1 


109tS 


SI. 7 


53.9 


17,10 


SEP 


129*4 


1S9.3 


116.2 


32.6 


53.? 


17.11 


OCT 


lSft.4 


134.4 


115.3 


3S.0 


53.8 


17.67 


NOV^ 


19?«7 


14fr? 


l^f4 


3fi.O 


52.9 


18.38 


DEC 


1S*>^« 


^#fr4 


i2p.a 


34.3 


54.0 


18.48 


AVERAGE 


128-7 


1S7.A 


120.3 


33.8 


52.6 


17.75 


II 


1935- JAN 


12S.7 


ISO;? 


110.7 


31.6 


53.fi 


17.03 


FEB 


134.0 


14B.B 


125.2 


33.8 


53.1 


18.03 


MAR 


140. S 


151.1 


130.7 


33.7 


53.0 


17.88 


APR 


138.7 


155.1 


132.2 


34.5 


53.7 


18.57 


MAY 


lSfi.7 


154,4 


1550. A 


34-5 


54.4 


18.78 


JUN 


135.2 


147.9 


126.3 


23.8 


52.3 


18.01 


JUL 


120.9 


123,0 


107.0 


32.0 


53.6 


16.89 


AUG 


130.9 


138.6 


118.3 


32.7 


53.1 


17.42 


SEP 


135.7 


154.0 


129.4 


34.5 


54.4 


18.76 


OCT 


141.2 


169.2 


143.3 


36.7 


54.2 


19.80 


NOV 


142.9 


173.4 


142.2 


36. 


55.6 


20.03 


DEC 


142.6 


174.9 


144.6 


36.7 


54.9 


20.28 


AVERAGE 


19S.5 


151.4 


128.4 


M.2 


53.9 


18.46 


Scarcer Bureau of Lalsor Statistics in Reoperation vltl 
BeTlew, N.BJL. Daring June and December 1933 and 1934 
porting eBtabliahments were covered completely or (in i 
oompletely "by the coce definition. For explanation of 
•ome of which result In figures different from those oi 


1 the Division of 
activities of the re- 

a. few cases) almost 
the methods used, 

r B.L.S., see tezt. 



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MfflBTnATI PSTSOLEOIC SQUIPMEIT IIDlSniT AID BAK 
Fac+ory Employment, Rayrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 



MONTH 



EMPUDYMCNT PAYROLLS 



INDEXES 
1933 = 100 



MAN-HOURS 



AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 



WAGES 



AVERAGE 
HOURLY 



AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

tPnllan) 



933 -JAN 



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T9.a 



79.2 



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MAR 



ai.a 



77.4 



-ftx«a- 



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18,17 



APR 



77.9 



74.1 



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MAY 



76.6 



76.1 



78tC 



g8.6 



JB&JL 



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.££«£_ 



_ao^fi_ 



.M^t. 



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JUUfi- 



J^«14- 



JUL. 



Jft«fi- 



97.8 



iK.ft 



-4LJ. 



46.7 



20.81 



AUG 



jjQa«L. 



104.8 



122.0 



-40«1- 



61.6 



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SEP 



JJfi«4. 



_l£fi«2. 



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-S2.£- 



69.4 



19.86 



OCT 



NOV 



AHmI. 



148.7 



168.8 



.^6«4- 



JjOtMh- 



JJUUIL 



181.9 



..84«£. 



67.6 



69.2 



2fl.fi2 



20.26 



DEC 



laifl 



jjfi^fi. 



jjA^i. 



86.7 



.MaS- 



.20^94. 



AVERAGE 



JIQQ^SL 



ABSiMSL 



IQQ-Q 



_aa«4- 



..64«8- 



19.62 



19.14 -JAN 



FEB 



JJft.lL 



JASUL. 



JALmI- 



jja«0- 



162.9 



87.0 



-a&«9. 



.^8^ 



-69*8- 



.2U8&- 



21.78 



MAR 



JfifiU. 



181.8 



168.7 



-86«8- 



69.7 



.2L.28- 



APR 



AULmL. 



177.0 



166.1 



-26.^- 



61.1 



22.28 



MAY 



JJ]^4. 



jAi^a. 



JJEfi.8_ 



-84*9- 



_8Q«2- 



JUU4ft- 



JUN 



178.7 



.^QOlJL 



-194.8- 



87.9 



-60.8- 



22.87 



JUL 



AUG 



174.6 



-213L.4- 



212.2 



191.8 



-286.2- 



227.1 



41.2 
40.2 



60.9 



61.9 



26.29 



-24.68- 



SEP 



191.6 



220.6 



-208.4. 



-84.9- 



.£2.8- 



22.62 



OCT 



NOV 



-181.1. 



.2fii«2- 



-19&.Z- 



-86.6L. 



17fl.7 



JL94.0- 



176.4 



-84.8. 



-88.0. 



62.6 



22.86 



22.08 



DEC 



164. n 



194.7 



T79.fl 



.24.2- 



fiP.R 



ra.ia 



AVERAGE 



166.8 



192.1 



168.9 



87.8 



fil.l 



22.72 



1935- JAN 124^ 



-206.8- 



1B7.4 



.86L.4- 



_61.fi. 



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TEB 



MAR 



ABZaA- 



JZLMi_ 



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-28^6- 



jjfi.a. 



.211,1. 



JIZmZ- 



-8&.Z- 



_&Zm2. 



61.7 



-Siill. 



.^4.0fi_ 



APR 



-iifi«fi- 



.2a&.Z- 



?2tt,R 



40.1 



&o-y 



.^4.86- 



Aax.A 



.^88.7- 



288.4 



.^A.8- 



.60.2- 



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JUN 



AH&JOl 



JSLJL 



»»«-» 



.2£L.fi. 



.61a£. 



23.77 



JUL 



J^4aC_ 



287.4 



ppft.n 



siMZ. 



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.^8.Z&. 



AUG 



AajL»SL 



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jgao.!^ 



4Q.6 



jB1.£_ 



-24^84- 



SEP 



-121.A- 



.284.g- 



222.1 



Ji«4- 



i 



1.8- 



.24.49. 



OCT 



188.5 



232.2 



.21i^ 



39.5 



1.8 



24.42 



NOV 



JL88.9. 



_228.&. 



.214.2_ 



88.4 



62.9 



_2A«21L 



DEC 



191 .0 



.2iS^ 



240.1 



42.6 



62.5 



26.40 



AVERAGE 



IBfl.fl 



.2ai.fi. 



■^ia.8- 



.81.8. 



.61.£. 



J[A«£L 



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ooB^letely by the oo4e definition. 7or e^qplanation of the nethode uaed, 
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Table 4 



ANTHRACITE COAL MINING INDUSTRY 
Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 i/ 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollars) 


EMPU3YMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933 -JAN 


101.5 


94.3 


90.7 


28.1 


83.6 


23.94 


TEB 


11S.5 


124.0 


126.4 


35.0 


81.5 


28.11 


MAR 


105.5 


106.6 


103.8 


30.9 


83.0 


25.98 


APR 


99.7 


81.6 


79.7 


25.1 


81.4 


21.03 


MAY 


83.5 


65.5 


65.4 


24.6 


81.4 


20.20 


JUN 


76.4 


74.9 


75.8 


31.2 


81.7 


25.83 


JUi_ 


84.7 


83.4 


84.3 


31.3 


81.8 


25.34 


AUG 


92.2 


101.7 


100.1 


34.1 


83.8 


28.41 


SEP 


109.8 


132.5 


133.1 


38.1 


82.1 


31.09 


OCT 


110.0 


154.5 


135,4 


38.7 


81.3 


31.49 


NOV 


117.9 


104.3 


105.4 


28.1 


80.8 


22.80 


DEC 


105.3 


96.7 


99.9 


29.8 


80.1 


23.68 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


31.3 


81.9 


2S.60 


II 


1934 - JAN 


123.9 


159.8 


155.7 


39.5 


85.0 


33.27 


FEB 


122.2 


143.6 


146.1 


37 16 


61.2 


30.39 


MAR 


130.5 


179.9 


181.5 


43.7 


81.8 


35.57 


APR 


112.5 


112.9 


119.2 


33.3 


81.1 


25.85 


MAY 


123.S 


139.7 


135.8 


34.6 


83.2 


29.27 


JUN 


111.1 


116.4 


112.1 


31.7 


82.3 


26.98 


JUL. 


103.6 


92.3 


90.7 


27.5 


83.4 


22.97 


AUG 


95.7 


86.7 


. 84.9 


37,7 


83.0 


23.35 


SEP 


110.0 


102.6 


1Q2.$ 


?9.2 


83.3 


24.05 


OCT 


113.1 


105.4 


104.7 


29.1 


82.5 


24.04 


NOV 


117.5 


111.8 


109.8 


29.4 


82,8 


24,57 


DEC 


119.1 


114.2 


115.6 


30.5 


81.5 


24.78 


AVERAGE 


115.2 


122.1 


121.5 


32.8 


82.6 


27.09 


II 


1935- JAN 


121,6 


125.5 


127.7 


33.0 


82.1 


26.68 


FEB 


124.5 


140.4 


139.4 


35.2 


82.0 


29.11 


MAR 


99.4 


84.9 


86.0 


27.2 


81.4 


22.09 


APR 


101.7 


108.9 


110.0 


34.0 


82.5 


27.64 


MAY 


103.4 


108.1 


107.3 


32.6 


82.2 


26.94 


JUN 


109.8 


144.1 


143.6 


41.1 


82.8 


33.83 


JUI- 


95.5 


81.9 


83.0 


27.3 


82.3 


22.11 


AU6 


74.8 


61.8 


57.4 


24.1 


83.2 


21.28 


SEP 


88.9 


83.4 


83,2 


29.4 


82.6 


24.11 


OCT 


113.7 


122.0 


ia.2 


33.5 


82.5 


27.66 


NOV 


90.1 


62-9 


63.9 


22.3 


80.5 


17.69 


DEC 


110.8 


120.9 


118.1 


33.5 


83.1 


28.08 


AVERAGE 


102-9 


103.7 


103.4 


31.1 


82.3 


25.60 


Seweat Borwati of Labor Statlitlet. Ikta are for eleaalfleatlon "Coal illn- 
lag, Aathraoito* iriiloh It Draotloally oooxtenslTe with the dlfinitlon in fha 
proposed ooAi* for explanation of the laethoda used, aooe of idilch reetdt la 
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Table 5 




Cod* No. 138 


AMTI-PaiCTIOH BSABIBG IMBIBTHY 
Fac-t-ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wag 


GS, 1933-1935 


MONTH ♦ 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOUFIS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

( Dollars 1 


EMPUDYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933-JAN 


62.9 


66.8 


74.1 


34.2 


&9tf 


17t29 


FEB 


82.7 


72.6 


78.0 


ae.i 


52.2 


la.aa 


MAR 


fia.4 


40.2 


40.2 


26.4 


66. 


14.77 


APR 


72.4 


62.1 


62.8 


aa.2 


fia.2 


17.66 


MAY 


82.4 


SS.2 


&7.2 


40.fi 


fil.4 


20.61 


JUM 


91.6 


103.4 


106.1 


44.4 


52-4 


23.29 


JUL 


104.4 


111.0 


lia.9 


43.6 


RQ.S 


a. 90 


AUG 


ISOfS 


l?fi,7 


12«»» 


sa.9 


fifi.fl 


PI .71 


SEP 


lao.i 


1J>».R 


llQ-fl 


Sfl,» 


64.9 


21 .01 


OCT- 


124.2 


134,6 


12fl,4 


S9.fi 


fifi,4 


92-39 


NOV 


1M.2 


ISfi.q 


lao-a 


38.6 


63.8 


20.60 


DEC 


1S1.4 


139.9 


1S2.1 


38.6 


fi4.4 


20.92 ; 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


37.7 


&a.4 


20.n 1 


II 


1934 -JAN 


132.0 


13B.fi 


12fi.l 


36.6 


55.2 


20-18 


FEB 


142^8 


lfifi.fi 


lS7.fi 


37-0 


67.9 


21.46 


MAB 


149,6 


166,7 


lfil.2 


38.7 


B6.2 


21.76 


APR 


141.4 


163.7 


141.fl. 


38.4 


fi9.a 


22.73 


MAY 


142.8 


Ififi.O 


14B.7 


38.8 


68.2 


22.68 


J UN 


144.B 


166.1 


14fi.6 


38.6 


58.4 


22.B0 


JUl- 


92.2 


106.1 


90. B 


87.6 


fiO.l 


22-52 


AUG 


199,8 


T66t« 


ISA -4 


Sfi,« 


69.8 


21.96 


SEP 


l?fl.4 


lfi7,R 


lM,n 


SA-ft 


60.8 


22.aa 


OCT 


138.9 


160.1 


127.6 


35.7 


59.7 


21.30 


NOV 


199,9 


164.9 


140,8 


?8t4 


59.7 


22.90 


DEC 


14Pt^ 


•|7<l,n 




?9,S 


fil-1 


23.99 


AVERAGE 


137.1 


155. 6 


13B.2 


37.7 


68.9 


22.18 


II 


1935- JAN 


164,0 


190.6 


161.3 


40-1 


60.2 


24.04 


FEB 


166.7 


205.7 


176.7 


40.6 


69.fi 


24.14 


MAR 


173.0 


216.0 


186.2 


41-0 


69-6 


24.29 


APR 


179.3 


22A.4 


187-3 


40.0 


69.8 


23.66 


MAY 


" **fi •» 


214.0 


186.8 


39.6 


67.9 


22.91 


JUN 


181.0 


216.6 


186.7 


39.6 


68.9 


23.10 


JUL 


lfil.7 


2ia.fi 


182.2 


aa.6 


60.1 


23.23 


AUG 


189.3 


231.0 


197.7 


40.0 


68.9 


23.66 


SEP 


199.3 


246.9 


210.2 


40.4 


59.3 


23.93 


OCT 


204.0 


246.4 


212.5 


S9.9 


59.2 


23.63 


NOV 


?,f>8.a 


}>?i9,« 


??A,7 


41. *? 


K«T? 


24.56 


DEC 


911 -S 


!»fi7.4 


998-7 


41-4 


KQ.R 


9A-7S 


AVERAGE 


1RR.K 


997-fl 


iflfi.n 


40.2 


fi9.4 


9? -83 


Sovuroe: Bureau of Labor Statist 
Tlew, HBil. During Jxma and Doce 
Ing •stabllihnenta were covered 
pletely by the code definition. 
of iriileb result In figures diffe 


los in coop 
mber 1933 a 
cos^letely 
Tor explan 
rent from t 


eratlon wit] 
nd 1934 act 
or (in a fe 
ation of tb 
hose of B.L 


h the Division of Be- 
ivltles of the report- 
V oases) aimost cod- 
e methods used, some 
.8.* see text. 



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Table 6 




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AUTOMOBILE llANUFACTOaiNG UPCBTaT 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cent?) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(SolUri) 


EMPUOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


193:? -JAN 


96.2 


90.4 


98.6 


35.3 


55.2 


20.22 


FEB 


94.8 


60.S 


85.0 


30.9 


57.4 


ia.£2 


MAR 


64.1 


68.4 


71.0 


29.1 


66 .0 


17.42 


APR 


84.S 


80.4 


86.8 


36.1 


57.9 


20.66 


MAY 


90.5 


100.8 


107.3 


40.9 


57-8 


23.80 


JUM 


97.4 


107.1 


112.0 


40.0 


57-9 


23.23 


JUL. 


110.6 


114.2 


121.2 


37.8 


67.9 


21.96 


AUG 


114.7 


131.1 


ISfi.l 


S7.fl 


64.9 


24.27 


SEP 


119.5 


124.7 


115-0 


33.2 


6fi.a 


£2.14 


OCT" 


lOfi.2 


107-3 


100.7 


32.7 


fifi.4 


21.60 


NOV 


9S.7 


90.6 


fll.fl 


30.4 


ftfi.9 


20.28 


DEC 


109.1 


104.9 


94.6 


29.9 


65.3 


SOiOl 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


34.4 


61.1 


21.14 


II 


1934 -JAN 


133.4 


134.6 


_1£4.6 


32.2 


63.6 


20.79 


FEB 


161.1 


191-3 


176.2 


37-5 


64-9 


24.42 1 


MAR 


178.9 


228.3 


206.0 


39.7 


66.1 


26.30 


APR 


190.6 


262.0 


211.0 


38.1 


70.7 


27.04 


MAY 


191.9 


236.8 


193.7 


34-8 


71.6 


25.05 


J UN 


181-7 


204.5 


lfi9.7 


SS.2 


71.1 


P2.99 


JUI- 


167.2 


168.2 


134-3 


27-7 


72.6 


20.42 


AUG 


lfifi.6 


18P.-3 


144.9 


21.9 


72.9 


23.54 


SE.P 


112.4 


127.5 


• flP.fl 


J>fi.4 


74.6 


23.12 


OCT 


94.7 


120-1 


85-9 


31.3 


74.0 


23.03 


NOV 


92-0 


117-6 


82-2 


30.8 


74.2 


22.99 


DEC 


123.1 


177.0 


IP.4.7 


34.9 


7J>.fi 


2fi.32 


AVERAGE 


148 -fi 


178. S 


144.6 


33-0 


70.9 


23.76 


II 


1935- JAN 


150.7 


213-8 


153-8 


35.2 


72.3 


26.46 


FEB 


163.3 


257.0 


188.1 


39.7 


71.2 


28.29 


MAR 


165.8 


262.8 


191.4 


39.8 


72.2 


28.69 


APR 


168.1 


275.6 


197.9 


40.6 


73.1 


29.62 


MAY 


163.1 


247.3 


176.5 


37.3 


72.7 


27.11 


JUN 


150.8 


220.8 


150.9 


34.5 


76.9 


26.56 


JUL 


141.5 


202.1 


138.3 


33.7 


76.9 


25.93 


AUG 


133.9 


189.9 


129.0 


33.2 


77.4 


25.76 


SEP 


116,7 


165.0 


113.8 


33.9 


76.8 


25.93 


OCT 


146,6 


227.2 


158.7 


37.3 


76.4 


28.40 


NOV 


159-5 


275.9 


187.9 


40.6 


76.2 


31.57 


DEC 


163-5 


278-8 


186.3 


39.3 


76.4 


39.P5 


AVERAGE 


151-9 


•234-7 


164.4 


37.1 


74.9 


27.78 


8«uro«: Boreau of Latwr Statl sties in ooop< 
B«vl«v, HBA. During Ium and Oscsmber 1933 
of ths «aploj—t ooTortd by the UBitplos wsr 
idiosa aotirities were corered eonqpletely "by 
plttiatiAn of th« methods used, some of nhiel 
frosi those of B.L.S.. see text. 


•ration with the DiTision of 
and 1934 more than 95 per cent 

B es^loyed in eBtabllshments 
the code definltien. Tor ez- 

h result in figures different 



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Table 7 




Code lb* 105 


— — — 

Factory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH ( 


INDEXES 
1933 = ICO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(fiABta) 


AVERAGE 

WEEKLY 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933 -JAN 


92.8 


94^6 


lOR.ft 


43.2 


46,9 


20.38 


FEB 


91.2 


86.7 


M-a 


38.7 


4S.8 


18.98 


MAR 


81.4 


61.1 ■ 


63.4 


29.5 


49.9 


14.97 


APR 


78.8 


74.6 


77.8 


37.4 


49.9 


18.78 


MAY 


87.8 


94.1 


100.2 


43.3 


48.8 


n.8o 


JUM 


97.3 


106.1 


113.6 


44.2 


48.4 


Sl.fiO 


JUL 


1M.4 


116-1 


1J»,A 


42^8 


49-11 


9i,aa 


AUG 


115.1 


119.8 


113.7 


37.4 


64.1 


ao.a7 


SEP 


116.7 


112.8 


104.8 


33.9 


B6.4 


18.71 
17^66 


OCX 


106.6 


97.9 


90.8 


32.3 


66-5 


NOV 


104.1 


106.7 


97.3 


36.4 


66.4 


19.90 


DEC 


iao.2 


130.0 


117.1 


36.9 


56.4 


20.64 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


57.9 


51.8 


19.85 


1 


1934 -JAN 


141.0 


146.3 


128.6 


34.6 


67.1 


19.62 


FEB 


168-0 


186.6 


170.0 


38.3 


66.7 


21.60 


MAR 


194.4 


220.2 


199.3 




66.9 


23.08 


APR 


206.1 


235.6 


203.1 


»7.6 


59.7 


22.32 


MAY 


192.6 


204.6 


169.3 


33.3 


61.7 


20.69 


J UN 


1SZ.3 


163-6 


136-1 


32.0 


60-9 


19^34 


JUU 


149.9 


142-6 


116-2 


29.1 


63.8 


18,40 


AUO 


148.6 


147-3 


121.2 


30.9 


62.8 


19.42 


SEP 


129.1 


107-8 


91-0 


26-7 


62.8 


16.78 


OCT 


116.4 


107.4 


89.3 


29.3 


64.3 


18.81 


NOV 


117^4 


117-8 


99-9 


33.2 


62.8 


20.20 


DEC 


143.2 


160.8 


141-6 


37.4 


61.6 


28.96 


AVERAGE 


186.7 


161.6 


138.9 


33.3 


60.9 


20.17 


II 


1935- JAN 


166.8 


189.3 


162.7 


37.3 


61.9 


23.05 


FEB 


186.8 


222.5 


189.0 


36.7 


62.1 


24.00 


MAR 


191.3 


221.9 


188.0 


37.6 


61.3 


22.98 


APR 


182.3 


211.3 


178.7 


37.6 


63.0 


23.61 


MAY 


179.3 


301.1 


172.5 


36.8 


62.2 


22.87 


JUN 


165.4 


177.7 


148.7 


34.4 . 


62.8 


21.50 


JUL 


166.1 


161-4 


131.8 


32.3 


64.1 


20.72 


AUG 


146.8 


154.3 


137.4 


33.2 


63.9 


21.25 


SEP 


1^*7 


181.4 


W'^ 


36.0 


63.5 


22.86 


OCT 


175.5 


213.5 


lf$*S 


39.1 


62.6 


24.48 


NOV 


190,8 


241 -T 


20S.0 


40.7 


6S.8 


2B-8a 


DEC 


191-1 


9.64-6 


211.6 42-4 


64.2 


27-14 


AVERAGE 


1T4.1 


202.6 


170.1 87.2 


6S.0 


23. 36 


8o«re«} Bnrtaa of Labor StatiBtioi in oeopor&tion vith tha OlTitlon of 
Bevlev, HBA. Daring Jim* and £»o«Bber 1933 «ad 1934 aotlTlties of tlie r«- 
porting «BtablltbBent» mro oordrsd conpletaly or (in a few @aM»} alxMtt 
e<»9let«l7 Taj tha coda dafloltion. f@r 9:q»lanation of the nathoda x>a«d, 
aoma of idileh result in figoraa different from thoaa of B.I.S.t ••• text. 



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Table 8 



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lAEIHG IHDOSTBI 

Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, qnd Wgges, 1933-1935 



MONTH 



E:MPljOYMENTiLt>AYROLl_% (man-hours 



193::^ -JAN 



FEB 



MAR 



APR 



MAY 



JUN 



JUL 



AUG 



SEP 



OCT" 



NOV 



1934 -JAN 



DEC 



avetrage: 



INDEXES 
1933 = 100 



FEB 



MAR 



APR 



MAY 



JUN 



JUL- 



AUQ 



■SEP 



OCT 



NOV 



DEC 



AVERAGE 



1935- JAN 



FEB 



MAR 



APR 



MAY 



JUN 



JUL 



AUG 



SEP 



OCT 



NOV 



DEC 



AVERAGE 



98. 7 



9g.8 



SZm^ 



_8aj_ 



-Sfi«au 



97.Q 



98.7 



102.1 



jjaa*fi_ 



109.9 



109.0 



1Q7.7 



-100*0- 



-10&«A_ 



^108«^ 



oiiua- 






i i s.g 






iis.a 



-iift*&. 



-116*7- 



_1JAU_ 



_llfi-A. 



116.4 



lia.£ 



-106*7_ 



111.4 



.IIQ^A- 



m.8 



-11£*2_ 



-114.^ 



.111*6_ 



in .7 



-114*fi_ 



114.6 



J12*fi_ 



AlZjJSi. 



jhzmZ. 



J94*£- 



9g.7 



-SQ«a- 



-92«4. 



-94J. 



.M*£- 



99.1 



101.0 



-109*8- 



_110«4- 



110.4 



109.4 



100.0 



97>a 



_ia«L 



-9fi«L 



-99«fl- 



1 00^9 



log^e 



10 6 .4 



99.8 



ini.9 



1Q1.7 



98.7 



99.4 



100.0 



AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 



-4ft«4- 
-46*9- 



-^•6- 



.M*B- 



-460- 



-41*2- 



-4Z*0- 



41.6 



-40*9- 



40.0 



40.8 



-44*4- 



WAGES 



AVERAGE 
HOURLY 



AQAmA- 



-111*6- 



112.0 



111.6 



1 1 6.4 



117.8 



119.9 



119.6 



121.fi 



AZS^mQ- 



J^iMi. 



1??0.6 



-116*6- 



_2&*2_ 



99.8 



102.0 



-104*4. 



-I06*a^ 



108.1 



107.7 



104.8 



-106*0- 



-IQllJL 



JlQ&^Sl. 



108.7 



-LQ5*9- 



_4Q*B- 



40. 6 



40.9 



41.6 



41.4 



41.7 



40.9 



-^0*0- 



40.6 



89.4 



_S9*6- 



aq.7 



40.6 



109.4 



114.4 



J14*4_ 



116.8 



_llfl*a. 



AZUL- 



117.8 



116.8 



97.8 



101.0 



97.9 



101.0 



-102*6- 



104.7 



ing.6 



124.0 

125.0 



121.7 



_12L.a_ 



-Lia*S- 



100.3 
107.8 



106.8 



106.4 



104.6 



-102.6- 



^40*81- 



40.1 



89.0 



89.9 



40. 2 



40.S 



40.7 



89.7 



41.4 



41.2 



41.0 



41.1 



40.4 



-4SJL- 



.^t*&. 



-U^X- 



-4ta^ 



-42*ft- 



JUUZ- 



-48*r 



-47^ 



-60*8- 



-60*6. 



-61*8- 



60.7 



-^6^ 



-60*6- 



-62.4- 



61.8 



61.4 



B2.9 



62.0 



64.0 



f)4.8 



64.1 



B3.9 



JBa*6- 



-64*0. 



-62*9- 



-5a*flL 



f»2.4 



S1.8 



_6a*4- 



64.0 



68.7 



tia.6 



64.0 



68.6 



53.3 



58.9 



S4.2 



-53*4- 



AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(PoAlMTll 



-22*0S- 



-21 



21.18 



.2U8fr- 



21 .6 1 



21.1 7 



21.81 



-21*62. 



2 8. 01 



-21*18- 



21.70 



21.89 



21.62 



.21*91.. 



-2202- 



21.77 

21.46 



22.06 



21.89 
22.11 



21.88 



28,07 



-.■jX-mI.T. 



.21.48- 



2 1.4 8 



21.79 



21.81 



21.06 



-21*61 



21. 7T 



21.88 I 
21.86 



21.64 



-22.27- 



22.10 



22.07 



22.27 



21 .68 



SoTtree: Bureau of Labor Statistics. Data are for classiflcatioB ■Qaklng.'' 
During June and December 1933 and 1934, approximately 85 per cent of the 
employees reported under this classification were covered by the Coda d«flHi-j 
tion. for expUastion of the method* uaed, some of idiich result in f Igoro 
different from those of B.L.S., see text. 



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Tabic 9 



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BSEf SUOAH INIXBTRT 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 




Sonro*: Boreau of Labor Statistics. Data ars for classifioatioii "Sugar 
B«st** Dorixxg JMne and Bsoambsr 1933 and 1934 all of the siaploysss raportsd 
xQidsr this classification ««rs covered by the Code definition. Tor ex- 
planation of the methods used, some of idiioh revolt in figores different 
from those of B.L.S.* see text. 



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Table 10 



Coda No. 24 



BITUUINODS COAL MINIBG INIXJSTRT 
Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wac 


es, 1933-1935 a/ 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollars) 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


193:^ -JAN 


102.8 


95.6 


101.2 


29.0 


48.1 


13.59 


TEB 


102.1 


98.5 


106.1 


30.6 


46.4 


14.06 


MAR 


99.6 


81. S 


87.9 


26.0 


46.6 


11.73 


APR 


93.8 


70.4 


76.4 


24.0 


45.8 


10.82 


MAY 


90.1 


71.2 


79.9 


26.1 


45.2 


11.41 


J UN 


90. S 


77.3 


87.3 


28.5 


46.6 


12.46 


JUL. 


93.1 


88.9 


101.2 


32.0 


46.0 


13.85 


AUG 


101.0 


114.6 


120.2 


35.0 


48.4 


16.37 


SEP 


105.8 


116.7 


114.5 


31.9 


50.1 


15.78 


OCX 


100.2 


116.7 


101.7 


29.9 


66.5 


16.67 


NOV 


110.2 


134.2 


110.7 


29.6 


58.0 


17.39 


DEC 


111.1 


134.5 


112.8 


29.9 


58.9 


17.33 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


29.4 


49.6 


14.29 


II 


1934 -JAN 


111.6 


135.8 


114.9 


30.3 


58.9 


17.41 


FEB 


112.1 


144.5 


121.0 


31.8 


58.3 


18.37 


MAR 


114.6 


155.9 


132.4 


34.0 


67.5 


19.44 


APR 


106. S 


136.1 


97.8 


27.1 


68.5 


18.24 


MAY 


113.0 


144.0 


101.7 


26.5 


70.6 


18.27 


J UN 


IIS.O 


145.9 


100.5 


26.2 


71.3 


18.54 


JUI- 


113.4 


131.6 


89.3 


23.2 


71.7 


16.57 


AUS 


113.6 


133.4 


90.3 


23.4 


71.8 


16.75 


SEP 


llR.a 


136-1 


92.4 


23.6 


71.7 


17.02 


OCT 


116.8 


152.5 


104.0 


26.2 


71.4 


18.80 


NOV 


117.5 


154.3 


106.5 


26.7 


71.6 


19.14 


DEC 


117.4 


150.9 


105.8 


26.5 


70.9 


18.61 


AVERAGE 


113.7 


143.4 


104.7 


27.1 


67.8 


18.10 


II 


1935- JAN 


117.8 


157.8 


110.5 


27.6 


70.7 


19.30 


FEB 


119.5 


175.0 


120.9 


29.6 


72.0 


21.08 


MAR 


120.2 


178.7 


124.4 


30.5 


71.0 


21.32 


APR 


109.4 


119.1 


79.6 


21.4 


73.2 


15.58 


MAY 


110.9 


130.0 


86.9 


23.1 


73.6 


16.72 


JUN 


114.7 


171.3 


117.2 


30.1 


71.8 


21.43 


JUL 


lOS.l 


95.0 


64.0 


18.3 


73.7 


13.31 


AUG 


108.1 


121.2 


80.2 


21.8 


73.7 


15.97 


SEP 


113.4 


169.1 


104.3 


27.0 


73.7 


20.07 


OCT 


109,4 


184.8 


111.6 


30.0 


80.0 


24.19 


NOV 


112.1 


173.4 


103.9 


27-3 


82.2 


22.29 


DEC 


n«-«5 


IRA.O 


113.fi 


28-7 




22.75 


AVERAGE 


112.9 


154.1 


101.4 


26-3 


74.7 


19.50 


SowMS BoTMa Of Labor 8t«tlttlo«. Ikta t 
Mlalac, BltiMliM)xui<' ftoidx Is praotloally oo4 
tlea. Jot •^lanatloa of ttio ootiiods uaod, 
dlfforont fron thoM of B.L.8*» aoe text. 
§/ All anploToeot oxcopt forflum, ozooutiTi 


aro for clai 

ixtenalTo wj 

•on* of «hj 

IS and eoaopi 


istf loation "Coal 
Lth the oodo dofial- 
Loh rofolt ia figax«s 

my store vsploTsos. 





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Tabic 11 



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Boot AD aWM MUrUPlOTQBIia XHSUBllT 

Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 



MONTH t 



193.-^ -J AN 



FEB 



MAR 



APR 



MAY 



JUM 



JUL 



AUG 



SEP 



OCT 



NOV 



DEC 



AVERAGE 



INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 



EMPUOYMEyMT 



MEN! 



92,0 



-9a«i. 



97«9 



_aftjL 



W.1 



lOO.t 



108.0 



m.T 



JJffi^l. 



-lfl&^ 



-9£««- 



WtP 



lOC.Q 



PAYROLLS 



MAN-HOURS 



J2*4. 



91 .g 



-BA.«- 



-&A«Q- 



-91*9- 



-1Q£^ 



-U&^ 



-12&«fi. 



.Itt^ 



114.0 



.9fi.fi- 



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-lfi(ML 



.^a^t- 



JjQfi.fi_ 



-91.ft- 



90.T 



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lu.a 



-10&.&. 



-IQfiJL 



AVERAGE 
HOUFIS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 



88. 8 



-4U0- 



-a9«4 

37.4 



-4U£- 



^41*1. 



jlUl^ 



-89.2- 




WAGES 



AVERAGE 
HOURLY 




4fl«g>» 



88it& 



_S2.4 

82.0 

.88.7- 

88.8 

34.8 

84.9 

^48.8 

-47.8 



14.8&- 

18.fi&. 

18*67- 

18.7*-- 

18.68 

18.56 . 

17.4r 

-17.8^- 



JlZiiJl 



_AAJL 



U.96 

JA.88- 



fl9.A. 



-8aa- 



16.21 



1934 -JAN 



FEB 



MAR 



APR 



MAY 



97*t 



107.8 



-UAJL 



11ft. t 



109.8 



.1Q4.&. 
181.7 



086.9- 
-Ui8U^ 



126.8 



87.8 



1 06 .6 



-104a- 



-99a. 






-86a- 



_a9a. 



87.8 



-86a- 



JA^»_ 



48a-. 
46a- 
-46a. 



J1U4Z- 



AQJL 



16, OT 

-18aT- 
17. 



J UN 



JUL 



AUG 



.MLP. 



OCT 



NOV 



PEC 



JMU- 



107.0 



_iifia. 



102.8 



_9Aa- 



-96a- 



99.7 



114.8 



.isaL. 



a24a- 



-9aa- 



-i2aa- 



-980. 




1804- 



UO.i 



.46a- 



-saa- 



.6IO. 



Jiaa- 



-Z6a- 



-soa- 



.60a. 



-88a- 



70.6 



-29a- 



61.0 



-108a- 



-82a. 



-saa. 



.6Qa. 



.ifia9 _ 
i6a8 - 

14.61 
16.4 8 



AVERAGE 



104.T 



U6.7 



-9ia- 



..S4a- 



-^9a- 



17.22 



1935- JAN 



-104aL 



117.9 



94.0 



86.9 



-60a- 



oaao- 



FEB 



109.1 



128a 



-1020. 



sy.4 



-eiaL 



19.18 



MAR 



-iifia. 



181 .8 



100.8 



86.7 



Jia_ 



jja9- 



APR 



MAY 



JUN 



JUL 



AU<5 



SEP 



OCT 



NOV 



DEC 



jiiia. 



108.6 



96.9 



-losa. 



.IQZO. 



ine.o 



101.0 



98a 



99 a 



jL2ia. 

ooaa- 
-106a- 



98.7 



.64a- 



61.6 



17.94 



86.9 



-2sa- 



-fi£a. 



-i6a8- 



j^sa. 



.860- 



-S60- 



61.7 



jjaa. 



96.1 



-a7.a- 



60.7 



_X£6a- 



101.0 



87.7 



116.7 



-69a- 



.64.9- 



.fioa 



1 07, 2 



66.4 



34.2 



_9ia- 



7Ba 



82.4 



.604lL_ 



i9ai- 

17.76 

,17.12 



oflia- 



jii^ 



g$.6 



6Qt7 



17t64 



AVERAGE 



jjffia. 



_ii&a- 



-Sia. 



8B.6 



6l..i . J UtSflL 



Soxuraet Bar««a of Labor Statistloa. Data are for classification "Boots 
and thoei." Daring Jirnn and Oacembor 1933 and 1934, approzimataly 98 per 
cent of fba M^lejrees reported under thle classification were covered \j thfl| 
Coda definition, for explanation of the aethods used, some of lAiieh resrlt 

in figares different from those of B.L.S.. see text. 
I f/ Am adjusted to 1933 Censma total lor lBk,_ 



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BOTTLKD SOFT 13RINE JiUUsOBT 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(C«itii) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Sollara) 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


193--^ -JAN 














FEB 


79.7 


78.6 








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1 MAR 


88.2 


80.4 




43.3 


48.2 


20.89 


j APR 


79.7 


79.8 




43.9 


47.3 


22.88 


MAY 


90.6 


95.6 




44.8 


46.0 


23.06 


J UN 


^^•8 


109.7 




46.1 


48.8 


22.36 


JUl. 


lOft.S 


106.9 




44.9 


44.3 


22.09 


AUG 


lOfl.a 


10S.fi 




41.6 


BB.7 


88.14 


SEP 


1SA.S 


U7f2 




41^6 


S4.S 


21.00 


OCT 


11A.fi 


no.« 




sa.fi 


B4.X 


20.68 


II NOV 


97.7 


inn, 9^ 




K9.tl 


61. t 


so.as 


DEC 


1AA.* 


118-0 




39-2 


65.9 


23.20 


AVETRAQE 


IQO.Q 


lOO-O 




42.5 


52.6 


21.83 


II 


1934 -JAN 


108-7 


105.1 




39.3 


58.3 


21.00 


FEB 


104.B 


100.8 




38.6 


62.3 


a. 23 


MAR 


ioa-4 


105.8 




39.6 


59.1 


20.71 


APR 


108.6 


106.6 




38.3 


60.0 


21.46 


MAY 


116.1 


112.4 




41.6 


58.3 


21.71 


JUN 


lfi7.9 


126.2 




39.6 


51.9 . 


21.31 


JUU 


ISl .9 


isi.a 




39.6 


58.4 


22.15 


AUO 


iaR.8 


126-8 




39.8 


67.9 


80.95 


SEP 


ISfi.O 


129.6 


• 


38.9 


54.3 


21.67 


OCT 


ISfi.S 


127.7 




38.2 


51.6 


21.06 


NOV 


10«?.4 


lOfi.l 




37.7 


55.1 


80.98 


DEC 


101.5 


99.8 




37.3 


53.5 


flO.lS 


AVERAGE 


117.1 


1 114.5 




39.0 


56.7 


SL.SO 


II 


I93S- JAN 


98.0 


96.9 




38.0 


5S.£ 


2i;s?--^ 


FEB 


lOS.l 


103.6 




45.2 


49.1 


22.36 


MAR 


109.8 


109.11 




37,9 


53.9 


dd.60 


APR 


109.9 


111.2 




38.5 


52.7 


20.43 


MAY 


112.7 


114.4 




38.6 


51.0 


20.19 


JUN 


117.6 


lS2.e 




40.7 


50.8 


21.10 


JUL 


ias.8 


136.0 




43.6 


51.0 


22.63 


AUG 


128.9 


129.2 




41.9 


50.3 


21.49 


SEP 


129.9 


126.9 




42.4 


48.8 


20.92 


OCT 


119.0 


116.1 




40.6 


50.3 


20.73 


NOV 


98.8 


97.0 




S8.8 


B2.S 


J>0.79 


DEC 


98.0 


98.1 




40.B 


Bl.O 


ao.9fi 


AVEH^AGE 


lUf9 


Il5t4 




40.6 


51,4 


21.13 


8«iirMt BQDTMKa of Labor SUtlttlot in oooporatlon with BBi. Daring Jvom 
Kti V^omUx 1933 «Dd 1934 approzlmatoly 96 par oont of fhe vsployooB ro- 
portod QBdor this olasslflOAtlon wero ooTorod %7 tho Coda definition. ¥or 
•^laaatlon of tho aotbo^La VMdji mm* of tMoh rosolt in figoroa dlff oront 
frw «hoM of S.L.8., MO t«z%.' 
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.P. 10 


BBEfING IHDUSIEBI 
Fac+ory employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = ICO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(ContiJ 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollara) 


EMPUJYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


193:^ -JAN 














TEB 


94.2 


28.5 


31.4 


39.3 


65.6 


25.82 


MAR 


44.9 


37.0 


41.6 


39.6 


64.6 


26-47 


APR 


90.6 


97.1 


94.6 


44.6 


67.1 


31.87 


MAY 


105.7 


114.6 


123.6 


50.0 


62.6 


32.6fi 


juri 


123. 6 


130.8 


138.9 


48.1 


63.2 


31.24 


JUL. 


131.S 


136.9 


137.6 


44.8 


64.4 


M,9R 


AUG 


126.9 


129.0 


131.1 


44.2 


66.7 


29.76 


SCP 


120.6 


119 «1 


116.2 


41.2 


70.7 


29.1R 


OCT 


112.8 


106.6 


101.0 


38.3 


72.8 


28.40 


NOV 


Ids.? 


97.4 


90.2 


37.2 


75.6 


28.16 


DEC 


ioe.e 


104 JB 


94.0 


38.0 


78.8 


29.78 


avetrage: 


100.0* 


160.0* 


100.0» 


48.3* 


68, 4» 


29. 28* 


II 


1934 -JAN 


100.4 


103.2 


90.7 


36.8 


77,8 


29.17 


FEB 


106.8 


104.5 


95.1 


38.1 


75.5 


29.40 


MAR 


lll.T 


112.9 


100.6 


38.6 


76.4 


29.89 


APR 


119.9 


124.8 


109.0 


38.9 


77.3 


30.57 


MAY 


129.8 


139.3 


116.4 


39.0 


79.5 


31.64 


J UN 


140.0 


151.6 


131.3 


40.1 


78.6 


31.64 


JUL 


144.4 


161.1 


136.4 


40.1 


82.8 


33.12 


AU<3 


143. 1 


153.9 


133.6 


40.6 


79.2 


31.78 


SE.P 


131.8 


136.0 


117.1 


38.0 


80.2 


30.66 


OCT 


I2S.8 


126.8 


108.2 


37.4 


79,8 


30.01 


NOV 


116.3 


117.0 


99.6 


36.6 


79.8 


29.44 


DEC 


113.6 


110.6 


96.8 


36.6 


80.0 


28-72 


AVERAGE 


123.9 


128.5 


iu.r 


38 J^ 


79.0 


S0.4S 


II 


1935- JAN 


110.6 


109.6 


36.2 


37.2 


78.4 


29.47 


FEB 


110.5 


112.2 


92.6 


35.9 


83.5 


80-08 


MAR 


114.3 


120.2 


102.4 


36 .3 


80.6 


80.90 


APR 


118.6 


126.1 


107.0 


S8.fi 


80. fl 


SI^M 


MAY 


122.9 


133.8 


112.4 


39-1 


81.0 


SI .OR 


. II IN 


\»«-s 


142.7 


119.9 


89.6 


82-a 


SfiffiO 


JUL 


136.0 


168.5 


135 .6 


4«.0 


81 ^B 


M.<)Y 1 


AUG 


136.2 


166.8 


131.9 


41.4 


81.4 


sa^-m 


SEP 


128.7 


139.6 


117.1 


38.9 


81.8 


Sl,7fl 


OCT 


122.6 


128.8 


108.2 


87.7 


81.2 


sn.AT n 


NOV 


117.9 


126.8 


105.9 


S8.4 


81.6 


31-19 I 


DEC 


11S.4 


121-9 


101.4 


S7.6 


82.1 


30.74 n 


AVERAGE 


121i9 


191 tS 


IIP.T 


58.7 


81.4 


91.» il 


•owMt Boreca of Labor Statiatleo la eooperatlon wit 
fioTlow, nk» Daring Jtoao and Sooombor 1933 aad 1934 • 
protiag •etabllriiaanta woro oororod ooaq>lotol7 or (la 
seoplotolj- "by tho cod* daflaltlea. Tor esplaaatioa of 
■MM of lOddh rovolt ia figoros difforoat from thoM o 
* kr9vag» of 11 Bonfha onlT. 


b tha OlTlaloa of 
ctirltlaa of the re- 
a f aw eaaaa) » alnoat 

tha Bathoda aaad, 
f B.L.S.. aaa tazt. 



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- 34- 

Tabl* 14 



Coda Mtt. SB 



BOSinSS lUBHITOa inXBRT 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 



MONXH 



EMPLOYMENT PAYROLLS MAN-HOURS 



1933 -JAN 



FEB 



MAR 



APR 



MAY 



J UN 



JUt- 



AU6 



SEP 



OCT 



NOV 



.£§£. 



AVERAGE 



INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 



.SAmL. 



JImL. 



j&.i- 



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Jtt^ 



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JBUL 



OfiiJL 



na*9 



iia*g 



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jMmM. 



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FEB 



aA0Afi- 



OfiZ^fl- 



-Zi^ 



W.9 



.Jft^ 



7t.M 



_ix^ 



JLfilA. 



-Ift^ 



JittAi. 



ia»a 



OtfU. 



ng*9 



.iiiO. 



-lOtML 



.10^8- 



M.T 



_fi4^ 



_Zft^ 



9£»a_ 



JDA^ 



-iflua. 



1T1.B 



la.i 



rEi.i 



114.8 



J^AmL. 



JLfiftaCL 



AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 



Mm^ 



JUmL. 



8Q.Q 



.IKaI. 



.88^ 



_8ft^ 



_8fiA_ 



-8&.1. 



_8A.L. 



88.1 



_88a^ 



88«t 



WAGES 



AVERASE 
HOURLY 



-fi(L8- 



48.8 



JSLS- 



JAmI. 



48.9 

-44^ 
-4Z*1. 



-49^ 



49.T 



jii^B- 



-fiS^ 



«.l 



iifi.a 



-U8U. 



_lfl8«fi_ 



11T.4 



_8£^ 



.88^ 



_efi^ 



MmL. 



AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(BollTl) 



-lii 



-i&Afifl- 



Ig.OQ 



14.TQ 



-U^fii. 



JJMI. 



-1Ba9A. 



Jl«fi4- 



_IZ^Z8. 



OBaJQI. 



iy-T£ 



lft>64 



JAmSL. 



18.60 



MXXR 



APR 



ma 



aift«A. 



_128«A- 



JX8.A. 



87.4 



.fil^fl. 



AZAjA. 



AZImL. 



87.8 



84.0 



19tl9 



go.oe 



MAY 



ni.8 



J UN 



iia.o 



JUL 



118.1 



AUG 



110.1 



J^Z^ 



AtSUS- 



_88«i- 



_6fi«£. 



iaa.9 



Ufi.O 



Jl^L. 



jB4^ 



-124.1L 



llT.O 



JB4.9- 



84.T 



-118*9- 



-118JL. 



JB^L. 



.84^ 



JJjiL. 



.^]hL84- 



Jl«lfi- 



jy.gQ 



gCP 



-104«B- 



OCT 



109.7 



iifi.a 



-106.8. 



JS4.4- 



_8&*4. 



.Lii:*8- 



.118.8_ 



afi.T 



66.6 



JJLuBe. 



gO.oi 



NOV 



m^a 



PEC 



114.8 



laa.E 



122.2 



-88*2- 



.^8*8. 



iaa.9 



1g«.4 



JB8*^ 



_B8*8_ 



JJM8_ 



AVERAGE 



-118*4. 



_1£4*9- 



118.1 



88.0 



64.0 



19t46 



1935- JAN 



FEB 



MAR 



APR 



MAY 



JUN 



JUL 



AUG 



SEP 



OCT 



NOV 



PE^C 



AVERAGE 



11S.8 



_ILUA. 



_UZ*fi. 



JLii«iL 



JIMmL 



JMAl 



AIAmL. 



JIUmJL 



135.6 



JiQ*l. 



12i8.1 



-128*8- 



_I88A. 



JLIA^ 



-142^2- 



JJI*8- 



48Z*aL 



-144*8. 



JJIjA. 



189.9 



189.6 



188.8 



J^^ 



iift^i 



J^UL 



.iai*L. 



-181*4- 



-181*2- 



024*2. 



188.8 



048*4. 



048*1. 



170.4 



089*4. 



178.8 



0^^*4l, 



-8ft*L. 



?7t 4 



aT.T 



.88*6- 



-89*8. 



_89*4. 



-84*2- 



-40*0. 



^ 



JICL9. 



.42*0. 



89.2 



B6.2 



66.4 



.^4*2. 



_88*a- 



_88*4. 



.84*0. 



88.8 



Jb&MiL 



-64*0. 



56.2 



_6fi*4. 



S6.A 



fifi-fl 



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20.70 



_2fi*94. 



ja^fl2- 



..BI^fiL 



.22*29- 



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Ji2*42 



.22*20. 



23.92 



oa*QSL 



.28*82. 



21.91 



I BnrMBi •£ Wber Stetiatlea In eooparatlon with the Dlrltlon of 
B«Tl«w, ni. Sorliic JtM and DeoanlMr 1933 and 1934 aotlTltlas of the re- 
pertlas ••tabUetemtt wre eorered eoiqpletelj or (in a few dMOt) almoet 
eo^letaly \f the oode deflaltion. for e:q>lao*tloa of the methods used, 
of idileh result la flgares different fro«, those of B.L.8.« see text. 



DIVISION OF REVIEW, NRA 

Industry Statistics Unit, IdiiBDh 



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- 36 * 

Taljle 15 



BOTTBi lumrAcroiiio xidustrt 

Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935" 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollars) 


EMPLOYMtNT 


PAYROLUS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933 -JAN 


90.1 


96.6 








21.74 


FEB 


90.fi 


92.7, 








30.98 


MAR 


90^4 


99.1 








31.13 


APR 


9s.a 


93.7 








30.73 


MAY 


96.1 


96.6 








30.66 
30,51 
30.30 


JUM 


10S.6 


101.9 









JUL. 


104.6 


104.3 






AUG 


107.6 


104.6 








30.36 


SEP 


109.0 


107.1 








30.38 
30.88 
30.66 


OCT 


107.7 


108.6 








NOV 


10A.4 


108.7 








DEC 


102.8 


100.4 








19.40 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 








30.68 


II 


1934 -JAN 


100.6 


96.7 




- 




19.78 


FEB 


?7-4 


96.3 








a.08 


MAR 


100-9 


99-6 








30.39 


APR 


104.0 


106.6 








30.88 


MAY 


110.8 


110.3 








31.09 


J UN 


116.6 


116.9 








30.96 


JUL. 


114.1 


113.6 








a.43 


AUG 


113.3 


106.9 








30.47 


SEP 


106.5 


103.0 








30.36 


OCT 


103.0 


99.4 








30.34 


NOV 


99.8 


96.3 








30.07 


DEC 


96.0 


90-4 








19.40 


AVERAGE 


106-0 


103.8 








30.61 


|| 


1935- JAN 


89.7 


88.1 








19.70 


FEB 


88.8 


89.0 








30.33 


MAR 


89.0 


89.3 








30.38 


APR 


92.6 


93.3 








30.19 


MAY 


96.1 


97.9 








30.74 


JUN 


101.4 


103.7 








31.00 


JUL 


102.4 


104.7 








30.90 


AUG 


101.0 


103.0 








30.80 
21.13 


SEP 


98.4 


101.9 








OCT 


93.9 


94.6 








21.49 


NOV 


92.1 


92.7 








20.40 


DEC 


90.0 


92.8 








21.38 


AVERAGE 


94.6 


96.0 










BotDTMt Baar«aa of Labor Stati sties. Data art for classifioatlon "Buttor" 
daring Jtoio and Ssoambor ,.^^ and 1934, aotlyltloi of iho roportlng ••- 
tabUahaentt ware coTort-^ coispletely or (in a few oaMt) alaoet cogQ>l»tal7 
by the proposed code definition, for eiqplanatlon of the methods used, some 
of shich restdt In flgores different from those of B.L.S., see text. 



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Industry Statistics Unit, I&:mh 



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- 38 - 
Table 16 



Coda Mo. 162 



OAI XAID7ACTUBSBS IUXSfBT 

Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, qnd Wages, 1933-1935 



MONTH 



1933-JAN 



FEB 



MAR 



APR 



MAY 



JUN 



JUI_ 



AUG 



SEP 



OCT 



NOV 



DEC 



INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 



EMPUDYM 



MDMT 



-AA^ 



B9A 



M»L. 



-Bia. 



_UJL 



JSmL. 



JMmI. 



ua.i 



n%,i 



AiXUL. 



-I0&3- 



109.1 



PAYROLLS 



^ 



-8ft*9- 



M*7 



JUU&. 



-BLA- 






4140^ 






-10«U- 



Ji««t- 



^UJJL. 



MAN-HOURS 



.B&«fi- 



-Bia. 



aia 



-sau- 



10»,8 



-IKLA- 



UO.A 



_L21L4. 



m .i 



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AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 



WAGES 



AVERAGE AVERAGE 
HOURLY WEEKLY 



iQintAj [(DolIaTBl 



-«S*6. 



-az«i 



-iUZ 



-5S*1- 



-44U- 



-4QU- 



gft.T 



».g 



.^za. 



jaa- 



4U£- 

-47.A 
47.£ 




46«ft. 
-4fia 
-46.1- 

^M«4 

-46.4 

_49»8 

.61.9 
fif..O 



17 •68 

if.ie 

19^7— 
- KUOA - 

_ j.a*fa- 

a8.68 
lfi*76 

ia.70 - 
i9.ii 



AVERAGE 



JMJL 



-lOCUL 



100. 



■Zi^t- 



.44.4^ 



1934 -JAN 



FEB 



99.8 



ADSub- 



MAR 



APR 



MAY 



lOXidl- 



JLLLA^ 



JLLMmX. 



100«0 



-91JU 



JOl^ 



118.4 



-18I.JL 



-&&«£_ 



-86«6- 



-9A«Q- 



108.6 



107.6 



-S4^ 



88.8 



-840- 



8ft.9 



-870- 



_66*4.^.|- 
-64^_|_ 
_68U-.f- 



-68.6. 

-6£.4 



09*01 

18«78 

ld«86 

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O».40 — I 



JUN 



TCT.l 



JUU 



•.J 
lli6«4- 



Aue 



-12&JL 



$ep 



02Z.4- 



OCT 



-1IB«5- 



NOV 



J180. 



PEC 



OfiijEL 



1 8 <. f 



188.4 



-UftAi. 



-a&.fl- 



-61»4_ ^. 



JJJUl- 



87.0 



Jl£«6 



181.6 



JJJ^O- 



87.1 



61.8 



186.8 



1S1.4 



87.8 



61.7 



U6.0 



-lOAU- 



86 tQ 



j^ZmL. 



111.7 



.ii.4- 



.54.^ 



-68.4. 



111.9 



.SA.A. 



-84«8- 



68.1 



. 09*94 
19.64 

-JJ.64 I 

09*44 



lA.a6_ 



18*81 

19.86 



AVERAGE 



-114*4- 



118.6 



104.7 



86.8 



-44*1. 



_i9*ia 



1935- >^AN iOT^a 



Aisa- 



100.6 



j!7.»4- 



.fi4a_ 



J^*a4 



FEB 



MAR 



107.8 



109.1 



APR 



.111.4- 



MAY 



-114JL 



108*6 



J260. 



JSfi*4- 



117.8 



JL2Q*L. 



102.8 



-82*4- 



-64*0- 
-64*4- 



18.87 



go , OB 



-104*4- 



-81.8- 



-64*1- 



1«8.4 



-109*0- 



37.9 



-64*7- 



JSQ«lfl- 



JUN 



121.8 



JUL 



J46.4- 



132.0 



-119*0. 



_a9*fl. 



-4£*4. 



-14Z*4- 



186.8 



Jl*4^ 



.68*4. 



_40*49_- 
-20.69 



AUG 



-141*4. 



?PP 



JJ8.0. 



OCT 



126.9 



NOV 



180.8 



PK 



117>1 



AVERAGE 



JJAmSL 



044*1. 



jjBft*a- 



-40*4- 



-68*4. 



04a*4- 



-184*0. 



-40*8- 



02t*i. 



59.6 



128.7 



112.8 



-51*2- 



128.7 



ai£«2. 



38*2. 




£1*04 
21*49- 

- 21.Qfl^ 
-_JJfl*07 
20.66 



-124.Z- 



014*fi- 



-34*2. 



fiao 



20.88 I 



i«^aro«t BoTMn of X^ber Statistldt. Sata ar« for olMslfioatlon "Tin Cans 
■Ad 0th«r linvaro." Oorlnc Jvn* and Osoaabor 1933 nd 1934 all of the 
Mplajaaa reported tadsr thli olassifieation wera eorared "by tha Ooda daflni 
tloa. for a:qplaaatlon of tha mathodt uaad, sooa of i^ch raaolt in flguras 
dlffarant frea thosa of B.L.8.» ■•• taxt._. 
aJ Jlm adjnatad to 1933 Canaoa totals ly HB4. 



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Industry Statistics Unit, XOxmh 



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- 40 - 
Table 17 



C oA» lft . L. d 



CAHPI MANUFACTURIHG IHI>U8TRT 
Fac+ory Emptoynnent, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933- 



1935 



MONXH 



933 -JAN 



FEB 



MAR 



APR 



MAY 



J UN 



JUL 



AUG 



SEP 



OCX 



NOV 



DEC 



INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 



EMPUOYMENT PAYROLLS 






_a£.A_ 



-81*6- 



86.0 



JA«£_ 



90>4 



et.i 



JftJL 



Jil4^ 



-U&JL 



-l£fi«4- 



.1£(U^ 



1Q7.4 



^ 



.SQ*B- 



fla.6 



_ZtJL 



-81*2- 



-a&*0- 



80.1 



-1D<*1_ 



127.9 



186.4 



JL£4*a- 



J2QiJL 



MAN-HOURS 



J^^O^ 



-9e.«- 



-86*2- 



-90*a- 



96.a 



SAJL. 



99.9 



U6.6 



-120*9- 



ine.4 



JSiL.3- 



AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKtO 

PER 

WEEK 



T 



WAGES 



AVERAGE 
HOURU<- 



-- ..= (Oiiit*L^|tftlU»ra= 



40*6 
40«1 
37.4 
- 37,6 
-89*4 
86.0 
-87*0 

_a7*a- 



-^ 



-36«0 



-88.7 
87.1 



88*1 
32*9 
88*2 

32.9 
88.7 
84.8 

86.1 
87.8 
88*7 
39.8 
39»a 
-40*6- 



AVERACE 
VVEIEKLY 



18 

18.29 

11.90 

12.46 

12*96- 

12.46 

12.68 

16*94 

16.08 

14.77 

14.19 

16.29 



AVERAGE 



1934 -JAN 



FEB 



MAR 



APR 



MAY 



J UN 



JUL 



AUG 



SEP 



OCT 



NOV 



DEC 



lQO*fi 1 100*0- 



100.0 



87.6 



86*9 



94.0 



-94.«_ 



101 *2 



94.1 



90.1 



-86*6- 



88.6 



9Q.0 



JJJM. 



JL2I*6- 



Jlfi*2- 



114.9 



JSAmSL 



-118*4. 



_114*1_ 



J.04.A. 



J^22*2- 



97.6 



-98*6- 



JL02*6- 



-189*4- 



J^l*6_ 



129.1 



JL89*Z_ 



-98i*6- 



100.4 



JJiQ*0_ 



90.7 



JiB*6- 



-^4.6- 



-76*6- 



-82*4. 



H6.6 



121.8 



109.2 



nfi.6 



87.2 



-87.6- 



-86*9- 



-86*0- 



-86*6- 



-86.6- 



-24.£ 



-84*6- 



-66*6- 



-az*4- 



L*i 
-86*4- 



87.9 



40.7 

U0.9 

41.£ 

41.6 

41.8 

-41.0 

-48.1 

^4aa 

42.0 



T: 



42.4 



48.9 



16*6&- 
16.44 -J 

16.40 H 

-16.06 ^ 

16.28 t 

14.^ --J 

14.98 

16.10 

15.90-^ 

1604- 

16.06 

16.29 



AVERAGE 



100.7 



116.6 



-9B.6- 



-86*4- 



4 1.8 



16.48 



19 35- ^AN 



99.0 



_iia*i_ 



_92*2^ 



-84.6- 



44J>- 



FEB 



JLQLJ. 



U8.7 



96.8 



.^6*4- 



-44*2- 



-16.81 



MAR 



JXSOlmSl. 



-1£2*9- 



inn.o 



36.1 



-440- 



-1601^ 



APR 



MAY 



97.8 



-1D90. 



fl9.6 



98.6 



107.0 



87.2 



-64Jt- 

-J84.6- 



-44.2- 



ASuSiA. 



-44*7- 



-16*68- 



JUL 



AUG 



SEP 



OCT 



NOV 



DEC 



-106*8- 



86.6 



JS6U_ 



_afi*2- 



96.1 



77.6 



-87*9- 



101.9 



83.1 



-88*4- 



3&^i^ 



UO.T 



114.1 



146.2 



136.8 



1 2 8. 9 



j41*fi- 



117.3 



38.4 



107 .8 



_124.2- 



108.0 



87.6 



JQfi^ 



187.2 



_121*4_ 



41.8 



44.6 

42.7 

42.2 

.42.2 
41.6 



-16.86 
16.09 

16*68 

17*74 

16.17„ 

16.73 

17.06 



AVERAGE I 100.1 I 118.5 I 98.8 I 86.6 I _ _^A3jt6_ 18.^g4- 

8ourc«t Bare«u of Lalwr 8taiistlos. Data ar« for olasslflcation "Con- 
faotloiiMj." During Jvm and ]}«o«mb«r 1933 aod 1934 approximately 98 per 
cant of th« anqploTaas reported under thla olasalfieatlon were covered "tij 
the Ood« definition. Tor e:9laa»ti4n of the methods naad, some of whieh 
result in figures different from those of B.L.8., sse text. 
W Am ii4J^#t^a to 1933 CtniOi tptgi ly yak. 



DIVISION or REVIEW, NRA 

Industry Statiistics Unit, OFtrb 



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1934 -JAN 



- 42 - 

Table 18 



CAlOriHG UfSUBTBT 

Factory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, qnd Wages, IP3 -i-in-^'- 



MONXH 



1933-JAN 



FEB 



INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 



EMPLOYMENT PAYROLLS 



(YMEI 



JAsA- 



MAR 



APR 



MAY 



J UN 



JUL. 



AUG 



SEP 



OCT 



NOV 



DEC 



AVERAGE 



-4ft«L 



M«4 



MJL 



tut 



7<>i 



_lfiA^ 



157.9 



247.4 



-CQaA- 



-fitU- 



_ftZJL 



.fii«2- 



74.0 



-iSiAiL 



187tT 



-IZA^A- 



9fl.4 



7Q.8 



lOQ .Q 



_gfifi«A_ 



176.5 



JL01«Z_ 



JIA^ft. 



JJ2QJL 



MAN-HOURS 



-4a«a- 



-4S^ 



-4&.A. 



-zau- 



ja^t 



87.8 



no.a 



.lSi^8_ 



_£fi£«A_ 



JJjBi^ 



-a4.fi- 



AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 



aau-- 



42.9— 



-S9.0- 



JA*3L 



-a&.A. 



WA 

ave'RA'^^e: 

- 34.0 
36Jt 
36.2 

-34.^ 
- 8£.6 
31.£ 
31.3 

i 34.4 






Ji4^ 



-£!«&. 



-IQOJL 



.3AJ(. 



JUUZ. 



-sa^r. 



—33.8 
37«4 
89.3 



U)Qllarf)J| 
12.06 ]i 

12.18 .,: 

12.0& 
11.21 \ 
11.49 A 

11.46 -J| 

10.12 ; 

10.23 
12.00 
10.80 . 
U.6fi 



FEB 



MAR 



APR 



MAY 



J UN 



JUl. 



AUG 



ggP 



OCT 



NOV 



DEC 



-£1.8- 



_fil*l_ 



llk^k. 



81 ,4 



7i.t 



AOHJk. 



Aflft«A- 



.£It«Z- 



.£ai«i- 



JLfiAJL 



100.0 



7%;^ 



71.4 



_ZA^ 



JA«9- 



.i£«(L 



.lO^B- 



in.6 



187.a 



^2at.«- 



f64.0 



177.9 



AlhJL 



n%% 



JbZ^9- 



-fifiO. 



67.6 



.6Z.fi- 



66.8 



-84.3- 



-9T.fi- 



.2I6J9- 



-211.6- 



136.8 



-a4.A. 



6B.4 



82.9 



-34U- 



-33.2- 



31.1 



-32.4- 



-30.6- 



-26.6- 



-32.fl_ 



-S4.fi- 



-32.9- 



31.7 



.22^ 



40.2 

-39.9-- 



fia.7 



-36.7 



-3ajt 

37.0 



-36.3- 



J6.fi- 



^&^Z- 



~[ 



J9«8. 



11.60 . 

12.76 J 
13.63- -^ 
12.91 -J 
12.62. 
13a2-J 
ll.Sft— 

U.19 
13.62 
1£.66_ 

12.23 I 
12.68-4 

13.24 I 



AVERAGE 



nPtl 



-1SI.1- 



-IfiLJL 



-a2.fi- 



3a.fi 



4,2.67— 



1835- -JAN 



.^1^ 



.fift^r. 



-fifiu. 



31.4 



-41.4- 



-13.36- 



TE^ 



6fi«9 



flfi.fl 



-60J^ 



.31^ 



40.9 



-14.0fi- 



MAR 



6;t» 



aotO 



_fifi^r. 



-aau- 



-40.3- 



-13.61- 



APR 



79.9 



104.1 



70. 1 



-22^ 



-40.9- 



13.74 



MAY 



78.1 



JLfi4.1. 



71.0 



34.1 



^40.6- 



-14.18- 



JUN 



98.7 



127.7 



66.2 



-Sfi^A. 



-a9.&- 



JL4 



JUL 



JMa. 



£21.1 



166.6 



J9.6- 



37.0 



AUG 



£04.i 



.^fifi.1. 



-206.3- 



87.a 



JSLJi 



_§££_ 



.£41.2. 



OCT 



142.5 



.303.6- 



199.2 



230.3 



1.4 

IM.g 



.36.6- 



-36.1 



56.6 



NOV 



96. 1 



JLll^ 



77.g 



88.8 



DEC 



gfl-7 



86.fi 



fig-4 



86.7 



„56.9_ 

-J8^6__ 

38.6 



14^6- 
Jja.72 — I 
.lS.6r 

ia*37__ 

14.28 



AVERAGE I 112.6 



149.6 



107 *? 



56.1 



89.1 



JLi^fil. 



Srarmi Biir««a of Labor Statlitlco. Data are for claaslfioatlon "Oazmla^ 
md ProMrrlng." Oaring Jthm and D*o«nbor 1933 and 1934 ipproxlaatoly 76 
par oaat of tha eiq>loyMs raportad tmdar this clatsifleation wera oorarad 
\^ tha Coda dafl^tioa. Tor a^qplanatlon of tha inathodt uaod. aoma of ahleh 
ragalt la figarao dlffaraat frwi thoao of B.L.8., aaa taxt. 
I f/ Aa ad^ii iMt*^ tft laaa <w«h« tA Jal br IRA. 



DIVISION OF REVIEW, NRA 

Indofltry Statistics Unit, Qltivb 



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- 44 • 

Table 19 



20Z 



dssm ASD Bua iCAVuiAcroBiia issubcbt 

Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, qnd Wages, 1933- 



1935 



MONXH 



19 33 -JAN 



Ji&a. 



MAR 



APR 



MAY 



J UM 



JUL 



AUG 



SEIP 



OCT 



NOV 



DEC 



INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 



EMPLOYMENT 






ePtl 



7T.8 



-384^ 



-I4a- 



-80»!JL 



-85^- 



uo«t 



11T,9 



J^4JB- 



-UfUt. 



181. t 



iia.a 



PAYROLk-S 



5Lk.< 



aa 



-69«0- 



-«»,*- 



-6a«B- 



76.8 



-8a»«- 



U7.8 



138.7 



-14£JL 



16 g .B 



-l£ft*2_ 



na.n 



MAN-HOURS 



76.8 



-Ti^O- 



67.1 



.^4*£- 



-89*JL 



llg.6 



_13£a£. 



117.1 



IPS.i 



186. g 



-108^ 



9fl.7 



AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 



-S4.6 



-84«0 



-Z2*$ 



81.7 



-44^4 



WAGES 

AVERAGE ^ AVERAGE 
HOURLY I VVEIEKLY 



j4i.r 



-8e*6- 



37.1 



JWVt- 






38.0 



40*1^ 
S9«6 
41«8 
40^ _ 

se»» 

88,2 
87.7 

47^7 

—- 48.£ 
— .60.8 
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jDollaxLL 
JL8*11_ ^ 
U.87 
18«88^~ 
18«8a . 

_ 18.16 _ 

17.66- 
17.1f - 
_-18«£6- 
-18.88 

19.U 
17»tt - 

16.47- 



AVCBAGE 



|g34 -JAN 



FEB 



MAR 



APR 



MAY 



J UN 



JUi- 



AUQ 



SZP 



OCT 



NOV 



PEC 



100.0 



.llfi*t 



118.8 



_I20*i- 



118.4 



118.7 



-1X8«&- 



ui.a 



JLOAU. 



107.0 



Jitt«A- 



-38,1k 



lflB.7 



100.0 



100.0 



-36^ 



-48*9- 



16.36 



116*81 



118.8 



_I8a*8_ 



127.9 



a24.A. 



-182,8- 



-118.8 



112.1 



108.8 



-108,4. 



AQZJ^ 



-119,4- 



97.8 



-108*8. 



JJ£*1_ 



Jit6*fiL 



100.4 



106.7 



-88,8- 



87.9 



-88*8. 



-83,8- 



**4 

-aa*6L. 



-98,8- 



JS£*fl. 



.24,4- 



J6*l. 



ja*2_ 



32.7 



-84,6- 



-29,1- 



JA*1- 



..28*2- 



-29,1. 






3s.n 



49*7 P 
60,Q_ 1 
fifi.7 1 

jia.6. i 



ZJ 



17*88.. I| 

16*97_ J 

17*6a-_j 

-17*99- 



-66,4. 



-66,9 



-66,8- 



.fi6,J_ 



19,36- 

16,84 

1701- 



-68*6- 



-66,7- 



-66*6- 



68.9 



16a<l 



-12*48- 



AVERAGE 



110.8 



117.8 



-96*fiL 



-31*8- 



-64*8- 




8oturo»t BorMia of Labor Statlstloc. S&ta aro for olasslfloation "Caxpot* 
and Snss." Darlag Jtao aad S«o«mb«r 1933 and 1934 approadLaataly 98 per oont 
of the •oplejees reported Tmder fhie olAseif ioatlon vere oorered "by the Oode 
definition. 7or e^lanation of the methode used, sqibm of vbich result In 
figores different from those of B.L.S.« see text. 
1/ As adJTiated to 1933 Censaa totals ty VBk, __,,,^,,^,,^,^,^,,,,,^,^__. 



DIVISION OF REVIEW, NRA 

Industry Statistics Unit, IGtrb 



9853 



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CiSf IBCV lOIISEl AID CAST IBOH BADIAfGB HmsmT 
Factory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, qnd Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES ""YSu^^ 
1933 s lOO " HOURS 


WAGES 




WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Canta) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933-JAN 


MyA 


ST.I 


»0.A 


81.1 


Afi.9 


lA.fia 


FEB 


10I.C 


8C^ 


90.8 


81.1 


AA.9 


1A.9A 


MAR 


TO.t 


B4.A 


fi9.B 


ao.A 


Afiffi 


IS.AB 


APR 


M.V 


SSa9 


9S.fi 




4Atl 


IB.fiS 


MAY 


99.« 


lOA.O 


llS.ft 


AO^S 


^A-i? 


17.0* 


JUN 


104.S 


iOB.a 


llB.l 


aa.a 


AB.ft 


17. SB 


JUL 


112.0 


1191* 


1B0.9 


A1.7 


Afi.fi 


1A.OA 


AUG 


lU.ft 


iss.s 


i*r.i 


aB^7 


AO.A 




SEP 


1«1.A 


lB«.fl 


IBB.ft 


87^1 


59t9 


10. an 


OCT- 


•T-* 


1«Tt? 


9P^A 


?ftp 


(8.6 


-lo.aa 


NOV 


MfS 


OA^B 


iw^a 


88t6 


P8.0 


lA.OK 


DEC 


•t.l 


9S.S 


SA.fi 


Sfi.B 


fia.s 


17.87 


AVERAGE 


JISQ^Q 


100.0 


J.00.O 


8fi.8 


A7.7 


l&.OA 


II 


•934 -JAN 


91. B 


90.B 


TT.fi 


ao.i 


fiAfO 


1&.9S 
17.98 


FEB 


9£.9 


99«at 


BS.9 


82.2 


fiA.a 


MAR 


9d.O 


108. « 


aa.B 


aa.7 


fiA.a 


18 .Aa 


APR 


94.8 


110.9 


90.1 


aa.9 


68.1 


19.69 


MAY 


104.8 


1£T.9 


10fi.B 


aa.i 


B9.1 


21.11 


JUN 


10T.4 


184.A 


ioa.9 


BB.fi 


B7,fi 


n,ss 


JUl- 


99.0 


1 lfil.9 


92.2 


8fi.4 


fi7.B 


21^07 


AUG 


168-4 


IIB.T 




ai.i 


fiA.9 


18.69 


SEP 


104.B 


lM.fi 


100-0 


Sfi^B 


B7.1 




OCT 


llA^A 


184.1 


ni-B 


8A.7 


fia.7 


20.89 


NOV 


ll«;i 


iaB.1 


110.fi 


Bfi.l 




S0.A7 


DEC 


IflB^a 


llfl.a 


OB .a 


sfi.a 


fi9.fi 


19.11 


AVERAGE 


10fi.S 


llfi.A 


97.1 


38.6 


67.1 


19.fifi 


II 


1935- JAN 


lOB.fi 


lai.B 


101. T 


84.fi 


62.2 


21 .A7 


FEB 


li;-ft 


188.£ 


114.4 


86.6 


69.9 


21.88 


MAR 


119.1 


149.4 


124.1 


37.2 


69.8 


22.24 


APR 


119.T 


162.9 


124.1 


87.0 


69.6 


22.14 


MAY 


119.T 


1B1.2 


128.4 


86.8 


69.4 


21.88 


JUN 


iia.£ 


1B0.8 


128.6 


87.8 


69.7 


22.28 


JUL 


100.4 


128.2 


106.2 


87.4 


68.1 


21.76 


AUG 


188.£ 


169.6 


189.1 


88.7 


67.8 


22.36 


SEP 


189.4 


184.6 


H?*B 


40.0 


68.9 


28.90 


OCT 


140.V 


20T.1 


1%.S 


43.7 


57.3 


25.03 


NOV 


186.9 


168.8 


186.2 


S5.8 


69.0 


20.96 


DEC 


12S.1 


161.1 


127.6 


87 .0 


60.2 


22. 2S 


AVERAGE 


i?;t4 


UTt9 


\WA 


87.6 


69.5 


22.29 


9vaf%x SorMRL of labor ftatlstlss in eo«p«ra%ion with the DlTislon of 
B«n««, BUU Porlac Jom mA. B»Miib«r 1983 and 1934 aoUvitlaa of tha r*. 
portlac aatabllaTianta ^w oararad oooplatalj or (in « fav oaaaa) alnoat 
OM^latalj V ^^ ooda dafinltlea. Tor a:q>laaatlon of tha mathoda usad, 
w&mm of ibldi rasult In figaraa dlffarant froai thoaa In B*L.8., aae tazt. 



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Indnatry Statistics Unit, I0;nmli 



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Tablf 31 




Code No. 192 


- ■ ^=5= 

CAST IRON PRESSURE PIPE INDUS TOT 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, ond Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = ICO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 


AVERAGE 

WEEKLY 

(Dollars) 


EMPIjOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


193 .^ -JAN 


84-5 


83.4 


77.1 


27-B 


50.1 


13.42 


PES 


72.9 


69.9 


73.1 


30.2 


45.4 


13.03 


MAR 


76.8 


83.8 


81.1 


31.8 


49.5 


14.84 


APR 


85.7 


83.6 


76.9 


27.0 


50.4 


13.25 


MAY 


91.8 


90.1 


100.6 


33.0 


41.6 


13.29 


JUN 


101.6 


101.5 


117.1 


34.7 


40.0 


13.5a 


JUl_ 


106.0 


97.3 


110.5 


31.4 


41.9 


12-46 


AUG 


109.2 


109.2 


112.0 


30.9 


45-1 


13.47 


SEP 


113.8 


108.7 


103.2 


27.3 


49.0 


12.87 


OCT- 


114.5 


104.3 


95.0 


25.0 


50.6 


12.27 


NOV 


118.2 


119.6 


108.3 


27.6 


51.8 


13.79 


DEC 


125.2 


148.8 


145.1 


34.9 


47.8 


16.21 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


30.1 


46.9 


13.54 


II 


1934 -JAN 


134.2 


147.8 


139.5 


31.3 


47.7 


14.90 


FEB 


135.5 


145.9 


137.2 


30.5 


47.7 


14.57 


MAR 


125.7 


137.0 


132.8 


31.8 


46.5 


14.72 


APR 


130.9 


146.0 


134.3 


30.9 


49.2 


15.67 


MAY 


120.1 


160.4 


131.6 


33.0 


50.1 


18.03 


JUN 


133.3 


147.0 


132.8 


30.0 


50.3 


14.89 


JUU 


135.0 


147.5 


132.7 


29.6 


50.5 


14.76 


AU3 


138.9 


155.9 


139.3 


30.2 


48.4 


14.56 


SEP 


136.7 


149.3 


134.8 


29.7 


47.5 


14.14 


OCT 


131.2 


144.1 


130.3 


29.9 


48.1 


14.36 


NOV 


125.6 


137.3 


122.2 


29.3 


48.9 


14.30 


DEC 


127.0 


150.6 


134-5 


31.9 


50.4 


16.09 


AVERAGE 


131.2 


147.4 


133.5 


30.7 


48.8 


15.03 


II 


1935- JAN 


123.6 


138.3 


123.9 


30.2 


50.0 


15.10 


TEB 


120.3 


131.3 


119.8 


30.0 


50.3 


15.10 


MAR 


121.4 


129.3 


114.0 


28.3 


48.9 


13.82 


APR 


117.0 


137.3 


122.4 


31.5 


49.2 


15.47 


MAY 


118.6 


138.2 


123.6 


31.4 


49.0 


15.36 


JUN 


126.1 


146.5 


131.5 


31.4 


46.8 


15.32 


JUL 


126.9 


141.5 


126.8 


30.1 


48.9 


14.70 


AUG 


125.5 


144.2 


132.6 


31.8 


50.4 


16.04 


SEP 


128.2 


150.0 


136.7 


32.1 


48.3 


15.52 


OCT 


123.6 


140.5 


127.8 


31.0 


46.6 


15.66 


NOV 


126.2 


147-8 


183-3 


31-8 


48-9 


15.53 


DEC 


iso-a 


16B-1 


148-9 


34-4 


48-9 


16-81 


AVERAGE 


124.0 


14S.5 


XZSA 


31.2 


49.2 


15.32 


BctffMi 3ar«au of Later Statittiot in oooptratlon vlth tli* SlTltlon of 
BoTlow, IBi. Sorlos Juno and Otoanibar 1933 and 1934 aotlritlat of tha ra- 
porting aatabliihBantt vara oorarad conplataly or (in a fav eaaat) alaeat 
eomplataly "by tha ooda dafinitlon. Tor ajqplaaatioa of tha aathoda uaad, 
aou of Aloh raault in figorao dlffarant fr«m thooa of B.L.8., aaa taxt* 



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Industry Statistics Unit, Qlitb 



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Table 22 



Code Ho, 1£S 



CmSHT IHIXBTRT 

Fac+ory Employment, Ptiyrol Is, Hours, ond Wages, 1933-1935 




1935- v^AN 



>o.a 



97.a 



77.7 



89.8 



-6»»«- 



1 7 . 88 



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ASlMi- 



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MAR 



Ji2IaZ- 



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-ai«fi- 



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-10,08- 



APR 



18£.l 



lU.l 



la.s 



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MAY 



W.4 



I M. t 



-I41aA- 



3A.7 



.^ft*JL 



19 .81 



JUN 



-liA^ 



_lfi4.X. 



lCg.8 



-afiu- 



^4,8- 



19,70- 
ia.J8- 
-8000 



JUL 



Jlfi«4. 



JJULi. 



AUG 



iai.6 



164 . 1 



l»«4 



-iSO- 



JSfi^A. 



-640- 



JBA^CL 



SEP 



offtau 



OCT 



12*5.3 



161 .• 



160.9 



-130O- 



JEuSL 



126.7 



34.0 



-67^ 



NOV 



121.3 



152.9 



123.6 



34.8 



_57.7_ 
57.2 



76! 



19.63 



DEC 



109.9 



Ai&M&. 



llg«9 



36.0 



57.2 



19.88 
20.57 



AVERAGE I 121.1 



147«3 



18P«7 



g3«8 



S7.1 



19.28 



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Dorlag JxBio and Doe«Bb«r 1933 aad 1934 alaott all of fhe anqploTOOt reported 
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tlen of the nethode naedt eoae of itoXtSu result In figoree different from 



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Industry Statistics Unit, EO:ninh 



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276 


CHmiCAL MAIUrACTURIHa IKDUSfRT 

Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, qnd Wages, 1933-1935 


MONXH , 


INDEXES 
1933 = ICO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Ganta) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollari) 


EMPUOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


193--^ -JAN 


*»2,9 


81.9 


81-4 


39.8 


62.2 


|_ 32.7Q 
22.96._ 
22.27 
22.26 
23.41 
23.88 


FEB 


84.3 


83.4 


86.1 


41.4 


81,8 
55.2 

54.8 
. 64.9 

54,3 


MAR 


83,7 




83,3 


-_ 4Q.A 
40,3 


APR 


fla.l 


80,8 


82^6 


MAY 


86.7 


86.6 


91.6 


42.9 


JUH 


91.9 


94^3 


99.8 


44,0 


JUL. 


100^7 


103,4 


108,9 


43,9 


__ 54.3 M ^_ 2B'^SZ.J\ 


AUG 


110.8 


113,9 


111.9 


41,0 


57.0 

69.6 „ 


- 23.62__ 

22JSI 
23,71 


SEP 


116.9 


113,7 


109^ » 


37.9 


OCX 


119,3 


120,6 


114.8 


39.0 


60.7 


NOV 


iao,a 


119,R 


114.6 


38.7 


59,3 


ae*02 

23.20 


DEC 


119.6 


131.0 


115.7 


39.3 


60.1 


AVERAGE 


100.iJ 


100.0 


AQOmQ ^ 


40.7 


56.2 


23.18 


II 


1934 -JAN 


iao,« 


121.6 


115.8 


38.9 


60.1 


23.07 


FEB 


ija^« 


123.6 


116.2 


38.9 


59.6 


23.19 


MAR 


ia4-4 


12S.2 


117.9 


38.6 


60.6 


22.84 


APR 


128.2 


136.0 


122.9 


38.9 


60.3 


23.96 


MAY 


128.6 


132.9 


117.4 


37.1 


63.4 


23.62 


J UN 


128,8 


134.9 


121.S 


38.3 


62.1 


23,76 


JUU 


■139,0 


13fi,P 


122.9 


38.6 


61.6 


AUG 


1?7,B 


13K,a 


121 -a 


38.8 


61.9 


23.98 


SEP 


1S4,,{> 


1P9-0 


llB.l 


37.6 


63.0 


23,67 

23^91 

_ 34,01 

24.01 


OCT 


laSLfi 


129.8 


^7.4 


38.8 


61.9 


NOV 


1^.6 


lS7,fi 


113.6 


38.2 


62.2 


DEC 


IIQ.B 


lSfi-4 


113.S 


38.4 


62.4 


AVERAGE 


124.7 


129.7 


118,0 


38.4 


61.6 


23.67 


II 


1935- JAN 


118.7 


127.2 


114,0 


38.9 


62,3 


24,31 


FEB 


118.6 


128.3 


114.6 


39.2 


62.9 


24.68 


MAR 


119.2 


131.6 


116.8 


39.8 


62.8 


24.90 


APR 


122.6 


134.6 


118.6 


39,2 


63.2 


24.78 


MAY 


123.1 


137.3 


119.3 


39,3 


63.8 


25.07 


JUN 


124i>l 


137.1 


118.0 


38.6 


64.6 


24,96 


JUL 


196.0 


142.3 


121.8 


39.2 


66.3 


25.30 


AUG 


123.6 


141.4 


122.0 


40.0 


64.6 


25,91 
26.06 
25.^ 


SEP 


124.0 


137.9 


120.4 


39.4 


63,6 
63.5 


OCT 


125,3 


140.9 


122.3 


39.6 


NOV 


12B.8 


143.2 


124-1 


40.0 


69.8 


28.88 


DEC 


124.8 


143.0 


129. fl 


40.0 


64.4 


2fi.X9 


AVERAGE 


189,0 


197.1 


119.6 


59 .4 


63.8 


25.17 


tlotts "Gbi 
approzlBial 
tloM mrt 


3ar«aa of Labor Statlstlos. KUL coiqpoaltoi of data for classifies. 
HBleals* and "liqilosiTssi^. Daring Jons and Dsosmbsr 1933 and 1934 
b«l7 98 par cant of ^« sqployeas reportad tmdar thasa clasaiflea^ 

1 of «hieh rasult in figuras diffarant from thosa of B.L.S.. saa 
r As adJnatad tn fchair raapanttya 1933 -^nanj totaJ- kp^-KaA^ 



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Industry Statistics tJnlt, GP:rb 



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tablt 24 




C<i4a H«. 124 


CHIKtfiBS USD POBGEMIH Ufa. IBSQBfaT 

Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Ctntt) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(MJLan) 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


193--^ -JAN 


AS.O 


T0.8 


TT.O 


Sfi.O 


41. S 


18^82 


TEB 


MtJf 


AB.9 


aQ.B 


S9.a 


**t4 


16t47 


MAR 


as^B 


Af^4 


^•4 


sv.a 


A*.» 


lfi.49 


APR 


86.9 


T9.1 


68.0 


87.1 


41.8 


14,flO 


MAY 


90.a 


77.8 


74.8 


81.6 


44.4 


14.24 


J UN 


94.9 


67.8 


68.8 


86.1 


48.0 


lfi.4fi 


JUL. 


99.0 


68.8 


87^6 


84.4 


44.fi 


i4.as 


AUG 


lOA^t 


180.8 


lao.a 


4S.1 


44.4 


16*09 


SEP 


108.9 


119^ 


iiT.a 


41^8 


44.4 


^7*64 


OCT- 


114.S 


180.9 


189.6 


44.0 


44^8 


lAt$2 


NOV 


llft.C 


189.8 


IfiA-l 


41.8 


44.9 


^6tl'' 


DEC 


iio;o 


189.8 


181.9 


Sfl.4 


4S.S 


17.fi0 


average: 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


86.8 


48.4 


14.19 


ll 


1934 -JAN 


iir.4 


12^.8 


10S.fi 


84.1 


49.4 


16.77 


FEB 


1S4.8 


188.0 


lifi.O 


84.8 


61.1 


17.44 


MAR 


180.1 


148.1 


118.4 


88.8 


80.4 


17.^4 


APR 


182.9 


146.S 


126.4 


86.6 


eo.a 


18.14 


MAY 


180.7 


140.7 


119.8 


88.4 


80.0 


17.49 


JUN 


ii8i.r 


114.4 


98.1 


81.9 


fio.a 


14.07 


JUU 


lora 


94.8 


82.0 


29.7 


fiO.2 


14.4fi 


AUG 


loaj) 


98.t 


79.8 


29.4 


80.1 


14,74 


SEP 


118 aA 


111.0 


aa.s 


80.8 


62.2 


14,08 


OCT 


ISUA 


188.7 


101.9 


82.8 


52.7 


17.49 


NOV 


IMJI 


140.8 


107.0 


88.4 


88.2 


18.14 


DEC 


isA^a 


IKB.t 


iia.a 


88.2 


82.4 


18.97 


AVERAGE 


12L.0 


127.9 


104.2 


88.2 


51.1 


14.98 


II 


1935- JAN 


iea.8 


140.8 


lOfi.7 


81.8 . 


81.9 


17.84 


FEB 


18G.9 


168.4 


116.7 


S4.9 


68.8 


16.84 


MAR 


184.1 


161.7 


128.8 


88.7 


51. 8 


18.64 


APR 


188.4 


168.8 


127.8 


86.4 


Bl-9 


19.80 


KJI AN/ 


t a»:M 


148.8 


108.8 


81.7 


88.8 


16.02 


JUN 


118*0 


184.9 


98.6 


81.6 


88.8 


17.60 


JUU 


108.8 


108.8 


AO.S 


80.fi 


B2.B 


14.18 


AUG 


118.8 


118.0 


94.0 


82.4 


56.1 


17.86 


SEP 


IIT^ 


181.8 


10B.7 


Sfi.Q 


B8.fi 


lA.fifi 


OCT 


120.5 


149.7 


116.8 


W.% 


56.0 


58.?! 


NOV 


186.1 


160.6 


125.2 


88.8 


64.8 


21.01 


DEC 


iaB.9 


lSfi.8 


iao-« 


40.1 


B4.7 


21.84 


AVERAGE 


129t2 


143.1 


110. S 


S4.6 


63. » 


18.88 


ionrcmt Botmoi of X*ter Statlttist in eoop«ratlen with the Dirltlon of 
B«Tl«v, JBk, Doriac Joim and OaoMthar 1933 and 1934 aotlTltlot of tho r«- 
porting ••tabllthBMnts mv eoT«r«d ooa^lotaly or (in « fow easoa) almost 
ooaplotly \j tha ooda daflnitlon. Tor applanation of tha methoda usad, 
•OB* of tAieh rasoLt In figoras dlffarant fr«a thoaa of B.L.8., aaa text. 



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FORM R-P 


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Table 25 




Code No 


. 467 


CIOAS MANUPACTURINQ INDUSTRY 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


1 

MONTH ' 


INDEXES 
1933 = ICO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY, 

(Dollars) 


EMPU3YMENT 

a/ 


PAYROLL-S 
a/ 


MAN-HOURS 


1 3:^-JAN 


9S.S 


80.3 








9.92 


FEB 


102.1 


90.8 








10.68 


MAR 


90.7 


80.3 








10.67 


APR 


88.7 


78.5 








10.71 


MAY 


101.5 


97.7 








11.70 


JUM 


103.8 


101.3 








11.87 


JUL. 


102.4 


103.1 








12.12 


AUG 


104.1 


102.0 








11.83 


SEP 


100.4 


114.0 








13t71 


OCT 


106.9 


124.8 








14.09 


NOV 


107.6 


122.1 








13. §7 


DEC 


99.0 


105.3 








12.76 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 








11.96 


II 


1934 -JAN 


78.3 


78.9 








12.08 


FEB 


95.2 


100.4 








12.55 


MAR 


101.5 


102.9 








12.11 


APR 


107.0 


112.7 








12.74 


MAY 


102.7 


114.9 








13.31 


J UN 


107.2 


116.0 








12.67 


JUL. 


103.5 


115.8 








13.35 


AUG 


lOfi.4 


120.3 








13.46 


SEP 


106.3 


119.4 








13.39 


OCT 


108.3 


120.3 








13ol3 


NOV 


110.7 


122.3 








13.14 


DEC 


lOfi-1 


121.4 








13.66 


AVERAGE 


102,8 J 


112.1 








12.97 


II 


1935- JAN 


92.7 


94.6 








12.24 


FEB 


95.6 


93.5 








11.82 


MAR 


97.9 


102.2 








lS.7i 


APR 


96.9 


99.9 








12.56 


MAY 


97.6 


102.9 








12.73 


JUN 


10U.4 


110.7 








13.28 


JUL 


99 »8 


113.1 








13.70 


AUG 


100.9 


112.0 








19.39 


SEP 


102.9 


119.4 








13.95 


OCT 


100.8 


125.2 








14.99 


NOV 


100.0 


122.2 








14.0S 


DEC 


97-5 


120.1 








14.10 


AVERAGE 


98.6 


109.7 








13.23 


8«Tiro«t Bar«au of Labor Statlstloa In cooporation with Dlvlalon of fiorlow, 
SUL. Daring Jtuo and Ltcmab&r 1933 and 1934 aotlTltlea of raportin^ aa- 
tabllabnanta vara ooTarad ooiqplataly or (in a faw oaaaa) aLnoat oonplataly 
1)7 tlia ooda daflnltlon. Tor a:qplanatlon of tha matiioda naad, aoma of lAleh 
raatat In flgoraa different fr«B thoaa of B.L.S*, aaa text, 
ft/ Aa adJuatad to 1933 Canaoa totala fejJRi. 



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FORM R-P 


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Tabla 26 




Code No. 549 


CIGARETTE, SNUFF, CHiSWiNG AND SMOKING TOBACCO MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = too 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollars) 


EMPLOYMENT 

a/ 


PAYROLLS 

A/ 


MAN-HOURS 


193!^ -JAN 


89.5 


86.7 








13.08 


FEB 


85.5 


79.1 








12.45 


MAR 


82.7 


73.8 








11.87 


APR 


81.6 


76.7 








12.54 


MAY 


93.5 


102.4 








14.82 


JUN 


99.5 


107.1 








14.58 


JUL. 


99.2 


103.2 








14.20 


AUG 


105.4 


110.3 








14.31 


SEP 


111.4 


113-7 








13.91 


OCT- 


113.6 


114.5 








13.75 


NOV 


120.3 


113.4 








12.79 


DEC 


117.9 


119.1 








13.72 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 








13.50 


II 


1934 -JAN 


119.7 


120.0 








13.62 


FEB 


127.9 


123.4 








13.10 


MAR 


127.9 


122.0 








12.90 


APR 


121.6 


112.4 








12.49 


MAY 


112.4 


109.9 








13,16 


JUN 


110.0 


116.8 








14.28 


JUU 


110.5 


115.3 




, 




13.98 


AUG 


127.3 


121.8 








13.00 


SEP 


124.6 


129.6 








14.06 


OCT 


124.3 


120.5 








13.09 


NOV 


111.4 


115.8 








14.01 


DEC 


110.0 


124.3 








15.26 


AVERAGE 


119.0 


119.3 








13.58 


II 


1935- JAN 


109.0 


112.9 








14.08 


FEB 


106.0 


108.4 








13.89 


MAR 


103.5 


118.3 








15.67 


APR 


100.8 


114.5 








15.55 


MAY 


98.1 


115.0 








15.73 


JUN 


99.5 


121.4 








16.36 


JUL 


99.5 


122.5 








16.56 


AUG 


99.2 


118.2 








16.00 


SEP 


101.1 


• 125.0 








16.50 


OCT 


101.7 


123.4 








16.11 


NOV 


101.4 


117.8 








IB. 63 


DEC 


99.2 


132.7 








17.01 


AVERAGE 


101.6 


119,2 








;s.79 


Soure«i BoTMn of Labor Statiatlos in oooporatlon with tho BlTisloii of 
Barlow, IBi. Oorlo^ Jxm» and OooaalMr 19S3 and 1934 aotlTlilea of rapor«in< 
astabllahnanta vf corarod eoi^leWljr or (in a faw oasaa) almoat oon^lataly 
Vjr tha ooda daf Inltion. for a:q>lanation of tha mothoda uaad, aooa of vhloh 
raaolt in figuraa diffarant frm thoaa of B.L.8.* aaa tazt.' 
ft/ if ad,1iif^4 ^ 1933 otaaw total* I7 mA. 



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FORM R-P 


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f aDla a? 




Coda No. 101 


■ ■■ ' ■ ■ ■ ■ ■■ 

1 CLXANINa AND DYXINO TBADB 

Employment, Payrolls, Hours, qnd Wages, 1933-1935 a/ 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 X 100 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(C99t*} 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

( Dollars ) 


EMPLOYMENT 
b/ 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933 -JAN 


101 .a 


89.6 


92.1 


44.1 


37.4 


16.39 


FEB 


87.4 


81.6 


87.8 


43.2 


36.2 


16,35 


MAR 


87.6 


78.7 


86.5 


42.4 


36.0 


15.00 


APR 


09.8 


104.6 


m.o 


47.8 


57.5 


17.55 


MAY 


loo.e 


103.2 


109.8 


46.8 


36.9 


16.95 


J UN 


105. S 


108.5 


116.2 


47.4 


36.6 


17.12 


JUL. 


lOS.O 


100.9 


108.5 


45.7 


36.8 


16.57 


AUG 


102.3 


100.9 


96.4 


40.5 


41.4 


16.35 


SEP 


109.1 


115.1 


105.3 


41.5 


43.8 


17.68 


OCX 


108.7 


115.7 


104.5 


41.3 


43.3 


17^67 


NOV 


101.4 


105.9 


96.0 


40.7 


43.2 


17138 


DEC 


95.9 


95.3 


86.7 


39.2 


43.6 


16.79 


AVERAGE 


100 .0 


100.0 


100.0 


43.4 


39.4 


16.73 


II 


1934 -JAN 


90-7 


94.5 


82.8 


39.2 


45.1 


17.32 


FEB 


90.7 


93.5 


82.5 


39.1 


44.2 


17.07 


MAR 


96.4 


104.2 


89.8 


40.0 


44.3 


17.66 


APR 


106.4 


122.5 


102.3 


41.3 


43.9 


18.38 


MAY 


112.5 


131.2 


108.4 


41.5 


45.0 


18.70 


J UN 


115.1 


129.1 


107.9 


41.0 


44.6 


18.39 


JUl. 


107.2 


118.6 


100.3 


40.2 


44.4 


17.92 


AUG 


104.7 


114.3 


98.0 


40.2 


43.9 


17.67 


SEP 


106. S 


118.8 


101.2 


40.8 


44.5 


18.16 


OCT 


106.9 


119.0 


100.6 


40.4 


44.7 


18.11 


NOV 


101-0 


108.5 


93.0 


39.6 


43.6 


17.32 


DEC 


96.4 


103.0 


89.1 


39.7 


43.2 


17.17 


AVERAGE 


102.7 


113.1 


96.3 


40.3 


44.3 


17.82 


II 


1935- JAN 


93.6 


101.5 


87.4 


40.1 


43.5 


17.55 


FEB 


92.7 


100.3 


87.2 


40.4 


43.4 


17.42 


MAR 


96.6 


107.7 


92.1 


41.0 


43.8 


17.47 


APR 


106.4 


124.8 


104.8 


42.3 


44.5 


18.81 


MAY 


107.7 


124.4 


105.3 


42.0 


44.0 


18.49 


JUN 


111.3 


132.4 


111.4 


43.0 


44.3 


19.12 


JUL 


108.8 


124.0 


106.1 


41.9 


43.9 


18.46 


AUG 


105.7 


117.2 


101.9 


41.4 


43.1 


17.98 


SEP 


109.3 


127.1 


108.7 


42.7 


43.9 


18.82 


OCT 


107.1 


123.2 


105.2 


42.2 


44.1 


18.60 


NOV 


101.8 


111.6 


97.2 


41.1 


42.9 


17.90 


DEC 


97.8 


106.7 


9S.7 


41.2 


42.6 


17.74 


AVERAGE 


10?, 2 


116.7 


100.1 


41.6 


^3.7 


18.20 


Soureot Botmu of Later ttatlatlcs. Data 
•aA Olaaniag* whloh ooTart anly eatabllahM 
if !•■■ InelualT* than tha ooda daflnltloii. 

Ti«ad» nm» of whleh raaolt in figaraa dlffa 

taxt, 

A/ Aa ad.^t«ii I7 m^ to 1933 Canaua total 


are for ola 

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Tor a:qpla 

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aslfioation *D7aln£ 

nation eC tha methoAa 
liota of B.L«S*t M« 

vafiB aamara 01117} • 



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Industry Statistics Unit, BG:rb 



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- 62 - 
Table 28 



Code No, 5 



COAI AND SUIT INDUSTRY 
Fac+ory Employment, Pdyrolls, Hours, qnd Wages, 1933-1935 



MONXH 



INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 



EMPLOYMENT PAYROLLS MAN-HOURS 



AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 



WAGES 



AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Gflntml. 



AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(DnTTuri) 



1933 -JAN 



_9SLA. 



82.5 



jm*fi_ 



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fiK.1 






FEB 



1?!.? 



127,0 



-157J^ 



4U«0- 



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± 



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117.9- 



103.6 



120.7- 



-Jka 



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? f^.8k 



APR 



J2jX 



JL3SJL 



1^2.0 



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-SJ^ 



3fi.g4 



lysAV 



82,^ 



!)8t7 



68.7 



28.3 



83.** 



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45* 



± 



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26.7 



45^ 



-2206- 



JUL 



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31.6 



-65,^ 



29.25 



AUG 



71-7 



;^^ 



.^Ul. 



2 7 .a>t 



SEP 



135.0 



1S7.0 



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46.95 



OCX 



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JtZ 



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23.1 



2MJ- 



DEC 



76.9 



iLiL 



51.7 



2?. 8 



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AVERAGE 



_lQ£LiL 



100.0 



lon.o 



-33^ 



83.1 



29.13 



108.4 



iffiz: 



1934 -JAN 



87t3 



27.3 



JJJLSL 



28.59 



FEB 



132.2 



-169-5- 



1?f>.0 



-32^ 



-103^ 



4J*«6- 



MAR 



JL35^ 






18?. 



t 



1.27 .2 



Jl^ 



107-1 



-35-90- 



APR 



114.6 



JJiL 



82.8 



?U.5 



1.07 1 



-2^^ 



MAY 



80.0 



62.7 



51.5 



Jllfi 



21.8 



JLQL 



t 



P1.1Q 



J UN 



sn: 



58.5 



22.3 



.9k. 



.2lJil. 



JUL 



108.5 



12 3t$ 



Qo.q 



2g.U 



104.4 



-29-51- 



AUG 



154.9 



Ifil. 



J 



n?.? 



.2&.2- 



105.0 



31.19 



SEP 



136.Q 



.132. 



3£Li. 



??.5 



108.8 



.25.^ 



OCT 



136.1 



108.8 



-270. 



IIQ.O 



30.86 



NOV 



119.9 



121*1. 



« 



13- 



-23- 



-112- 



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DEC 



107»7 



240. 



JSL 



.Il^i 



AVERAGE 



115.4 



125.1 



89.4 



^5-^ 



106.5 



28.07 



ts ag- JAN 



126. "^ 



133.6 



Ji22J. 



27. 4 



1Q7.3 



.2^-92. 



FEB 



135.5 



17Q.4 



-125-a. 



-3^4- 



OIJ^T- 



45.W- 



MAR 



141.4 



182.7 



-I3fc^ 



-33-3- 



107-8 



-37-0^ 



APR 



JL2^ 



U 



l?4.2 



85.0 



?3-l 



JL13JJL 



^7^ 



MAY 



86. 



ilLfi. 



5Q.1 



.190- 



108.1 



.2L 



JUN 



JUL 



-7a-: 



JLQQ. 



60.3 



-95-9- 



48,3- 
-8k, 



-20, 



-2&. 



t 



105.1 



-^^^ 



21.94 



27.65 



AUG 



ng.Q 



-155^ 



122.3 



-31.»L 



107.4 



-^MT- 



SEP 



-103-0- 



-166. 



-122,6. 



h 



1,4- 



-uk. 



t- 



OCT 



136.9 



159.] 



124.8 



0.9 



111. 



?4.36 



NOV 



llOtS 



88.6 



g7tl 



20.6 



106.4 



.22it2fi- 



DEC 



IQ^.8 



89 jg 



74i8 



.2i«2. 



108.8 



.^fi^Sl. 



AVERAGE 



117.8 



_122^ 



96.8 



29.8 



lQ8a6 



28.67 



IflvrMt Boxvoa of Jjabor Statistics la eooparatlon vlth th« OItIsImi of 
BvTlov. 114* Dqrlas Jtao and Bo o — Wr 1933 and 1934 aotlTltlof of tha 
ropertln^ ••ta1>listaMixta vtro eoTorod eoiqplotaly or (in a faw oasat), al- 
■oit cooplatoly by tho eodo daflnltioa. for osqplanation of tlio snothodt nail 
of it^ch rosolt la figoros dlfforoat froa thosa of B.L.8., osa tazt. 



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FORM R-P 


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Ta^le 29 




nAdA Ha, AAB. 


CQHHflSBCIAL TBBICLB BOST IHSCBfBT 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONXH , 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollar.) 


EMPUOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


193 3 -JAN 


«6.7 


61. a 


66^4 


9Pt' 


PR.* 


16.08 


TEB 


£8.3 


64.7 


fil-fi 


54«9 


46.4 


16 £ J* 


MAR 


74.9 


7s.a 


A5.1 


??.l 


A6f6 


l^TftO 


APR 


85.0 


83.6 


87.9 


40.3 


39^9 


17, 2« 


MAY 


98.9 


104.7 


102.3 


39.6 


42.0 


18.27 


JUN 


104.6 


U6.4 


119.6 


43.6 


47.2 


lB.9f 


JUL. 


102.S 


104.0 


123.6 


46.0 


49^9 


17*44 


AUG 


111.1 


114.2 


126.7 


43.4 


fis,a 


17,41 j 


SEP 


132.9 


128.6 


122^9 


36.2 


67.2 


T6t99 


OCT 


129.4 


126.0 


119.0 


Sfi.O 


60,2 


16t60 1 


NOV 


113.9 


110.2 


lOfi.B 


3Bt6 


66.3 


lf?.70 j 


DEC 


116.7 


114.0 


110.6 


36.4 


62.1 


16-79 


AVERAGE 


100,0 


100.0 


100.0 


37.8 


61-1 


16.98 


II 


1934 -JAN 


106.8 


104.7 


91.0 


32.9 


61.6 


16.94 


FEB 


119.9 


125.3 


113-0 


36.9 


61-9 


la.ifi 


MAR 


126.8 


135.4 


116.7 


36.3 


BS.l 


la.40 


APR 


137.4 


154.7 


136.4 


37.8 


53-3 


19.67 


MAY 


144.1 


170.8 


146.2 


38.6 


62-6 


^.64 


J UN 


142.1 


167.6 


144.6 


38-7 


66-3 


20-62 


JUI- 


149.6 


170.9 


138.4 


36.2 


60.1 


i9.aa 


AUG 


162.7 


182^6 


160*6 


37,6 


B6,6 


20,31 


SEP 


161.6 


177-9 


167.6 


39-6 


64.0 


20^06 


OCT 


164.7 


186.0 


161.0 


39.6 


54.9 


20-32 


NOV 


149 .B 


178.4 


167.3 


40.1 


64.6 


20.28 


DEC 


IRO^A 


ia7-« 




Sf.K 


Rfi-S 


21 -«0 


AVERAGE 


140^ 


J161.6 


139.1 


37.6 


BA.B 


19.69 


II 


1935- JAN 


1^41 1-4 


147^7 


1^30^4 


36,0 


61 t8 


18,37 


FEB 


138.0 


163.1 


140.S 


38.7 


61.9 


20.08 


MAR 


162.4 


172.2 


lBO.fi 


87. B 


B4,A 


20,24 


APR 


lBO-1 


180. fi 


IBR^S 


3*tA 


6B.1 


21 .AS 


MAY 


142.6 


168.4 


134.6 


BB.Q 


60.6 


19.34 


JUN 


148.9 


191.8 


164,9 


39-6 


68,4 


22.63 


JUL 


149.4 


189^4 


168^9 


40,6 


e»t7 


PPrHf 


AUG 


139^7 


146.6 


136,0 


36.8 


6S.4 


fiO.BB 


SEP 


149.1 


20S.3 


166.7 


39.8 


67.2 


23.44 


OCT 


156.7 


217.9 


163.4 


39.7 


59.3 


23.94 


NOV 


169.6 


216-6 


166.1 


S9.4 


58-2 


23.18 


DEC 


150. S 


197.1 


1B0.6 


S8.1 


57.5 


22.64 


AVERAGE 


li9.3 


182.7 


149.6 


38.1 


e&.s 


2i.es 


Soore*: Boreau of Labor Statlsties in cooperation with the Dtvislon of 
IsTlev, KBA,. Dorlns Jnne aavl ]}eeam1)«r 1933 and 1934 aetlvltles of the re- 
porting establlahmentt were covered con9letel7 or (in a few cases) alaost 
coiq>letely >7 the code definition* Tor explanation of the methods nsed, 
some of wlhloh result la flgores different from those of B.L.8** see teit. 



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- 66 - 

Table 30 




Code He 


► . 236 


COOKINa ASS HEATING AFPLIAHCE MAITUFACTUBING 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wac 


MDUSTBI 

es, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 


AVERAGE 

WEEKLY 

(P9llftrf) 


EMPUOYME^IT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-MOURS 


1933 -JAN 


66.6 


46.9 


55.6 


27.9 


BQ-fl 


12^63 


FETB 


76.6 


68.2 


68.3 


29.8 


50-5 


Ifi.SS 


MAR 


70.6 


56.1 


65.1 


26.1 


fi2.9 


14.12 


APR 


76.0 


60.8 


fiS-4 


27-9 


fiS-A 


14.61 


MAY 


81.9 


71-4 


M-fi 


sa.o 


54. R 


lli^fll 


JUN 


86.9 


91.3 


91.3 


35-1 


50,5 


i«.1?? 


JUL. 


99.4 


102-6 


9fi.9 


SS^f 


fil.l 


Ifl.fln 


AUG 


116. S 


lfifi.2 


126t6 


36.1 


M.2 


19.56 


SEP 


126.6 


127.4 


134.9 


35.0 


52.1 


19.2fi 


OCX 


138.2 


163.5 


160.0 


38.7 


51-7 


21-29 


NOV 


136.0 


153.4 


149.5 


36.2 


60.3 


19. 9e 


DEC 


120.9 


124.2 


130.9 


36.2 


50.8 


18.48 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


32.5 


61.$ 


17.49 


II 


1934 -JAN 


84.1 


74-1 


82-8 


32.9 


48-0 


15-78 


FEB 


110.8 


116.6 


115.3 


34.8 


49.6 


19.07 


MAR 


121.0 


132.8 


134.3 


37.1 


49.4 


19.90 


APR 


134.1 


151.4 


147.2 


S6.7 


51.0 


20.66 


MAY 


139.7 


159.1 


152.5 


36.6 


62.6 


20.75 


J UN 


139.7 


153-9 


144.2 


24.fi 


53. S 


20.09 


JUl. 


108.2 


104.6 


99.8 


30.8 


B3-2 


17.64 


AUO 


125.6 


124.2 


120.6 


32-1 


52.9 


16.10 


SEP 


121.6 


149.2 


iaa.2 


35-1 


54-7 


20.66 


OCT 


139.0 


167.6 


154.7 


37.2 


55.3 


21.98 


NOV 


137.1 


157.7 


144-8 


36.3 


53-9 


20.95 


DEC 


125-0 


iao-7 


121-fl 


33 -1 


63-9 


19-30 


AVERAGE 


124.B . 


135.1 


129-7 


34.7 


&2.4 


19.57 


II 


1935- JAN 


lOP.O 


102.9 


fl9.4 


29.3 


S2-6 


16.42 


FEB 


106.6 


126.0 


103-6 


S2-5 


66.3 


18.87 


MAR 


11B.7 


133.6 


117-7 


34.0 


54.9 


16.70 


APR 


116.2 


137-9 


114-4 


33-2 


56.6 


19.49 


MAY 


llfi.2 


lSfi-8 


llA-l 


33.1 


&6.4 


19.11 


JUN 


111.9 


1S4.7 


ns-B 


33-3 


&6.2 


19.57 


JUL 


107.8 


119-4 


103-4 


a?..2 


B4.4 


18. oa 


AUG 


116.3 


164.6 


135-7 


39.0 


&2.1 


22.46 


SEP 


126.4 


179.6 


164-6 


41-2 


57-9 


24.17 


OCT 


132.8 


194-7 


174.8 


i4.0 


55,? 


24.82 


NOV 


127.8 


187-2 


lSfi-7 


SS-fi 


M.8 


f^?..15 


DEC 


114.1 


151.3 


12B-3 


36.7 


52.8 


22-42 


AVERAGE 


116.9 


144.7 


123.i 


36.3 


64.9 


20.62 


Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics in cooperation wl 
Bsvlev, BBA. Daring June and December 19S3 and 1934 i 
proting establishments were covered con^letely or (in 
oonpletely b7 the code definition. 7or e3q)lanation ol 
some of idiich result in figures different from those ( 


th the Divii 
EustlTltles < 
a few caset 
r the metho( 
3f B.L.8., 


slon of 
3f the re- 
b) almost 
is used, 
■ee text. 



DIVISION or REVIEW, NRA 

Industry. Statistics Unit, GPtnmh 



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Tatla 31 



Oada Wa. SOI 



CQREa USQBtBI 
(SmUlag A BaflBlog ObIj) 

Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 



MONTH 



INOEXCS 
1933 = too 



EMPU)YMO>fr PAYROLLS MAN-HOURS 



average: 

HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 



WAGES 



AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(C«ats) 



AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollars) 



J933-JAN 



flT.B 



JAmM^ 



.iHJL. 



JA»X. 



47.9 



a£«A&. 



TEB 



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M«l 



.UmT. 



J2A^4- 



-ta«r. 



87.T 



Jfi^C- 



4i.ft- 



.^iEul. 



.46U- 



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gO.18 



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APR 



J!1«A- 



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19.98 



MAY 



J UN 



JUL 



fl7>4 



JI«£_ 



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49.4 



67.8 



Jl.fi_ 



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47.7 



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AUG 



SEP 



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JIOSUA- 



JJZJL. 



114.9 



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fiO.g 



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OCT 



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-ua.2- 



t£6.a 



..89.4- 



B8.C 



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NOV 



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-180.9. 



;«ft.8 



aa.a 



B1.8 



19.41 



DEC 



188.1 



JA4.A. 



A2^mA. 



87.7 



fil.7 



19.49 



AVERAGE 



-IfilML 



JLfilML 



-1Q(ML 



.4£.i_ 



.4A.&. 



j2Q«fi£. 



1934 -JAN 



-IfiOUfi- 



Iftt.i 



jika.1. 



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JUi»i_ 



.2Qm2L. 



FEB 



MAR 



APR 



MAY 



J UN 



JUL 



AUG 



SEP 



OCT 



Ifig.B 



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-lfiQ.1- 



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JlQ.fi- 



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a. 89 



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JL9.fi8- 



19.86 



-80*90- 



-1A»80- 



19.88 



-80.48 



NOV 



DEC 



AVERAGE 



178.1 



178. 8 



JLfifiUA. 



-laou- 



InP.l- 



87.8 



JMiJL 



Jii&AL. 



JUmSl 



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I80t4 



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J13SJL 



-I«LS- 



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-izoa. 



88.T 



8?t» 



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88.0 



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a.M 



- tttie 



.^Q^U- 



APR 



MAY 



JUN 



JUL 



AUG 



SEP 



179,0 



190.9 



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19S.0 



JM^ 



gO l t ^ 



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89.6 



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MtiO 



.ifM.9 



J31*£- 



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g9t8 



881 .8 



JLfifiJL 



89.9 



-SSSjtfl- 



_lfi2«fi- 



89«8 



Jg8t8 



198.0 



JBSJL 



68.9 



JOiL. 



Wt6 



66.7 



66.0 



66t6 



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2oe»5 



849«6 



a06.2 



41..4 



55.5 



22.97 



NOV 



.216.fi_ 



S66.g 



2S0.2 



42.5 



55.5 



23.57 



DEC 



?.fi .fl 



JOftiJL 



.2l&a. 



4S.1 



55.4 



25.91 



AVERAGE 



-laaa- 



.222.i_ 



197.6 



40.2 



54.6 



22.09 



SoTzroe: Bureau of Labor Statistics In cooperation with the Dirislon of 
Berlew, IBfi. Daring Jttne and Decooiber 1933 and 1934 aetlTlties of the re- 
porting estahlishments «^re covered ooo|>letel7 or (in a few oases) almost 
completely by the oode definition. Vor es^lanatlon of the methods used, 
sons of lAilch result in figares different from those of B.L.8.* see text. 



DIVISION OF REVIEW, NRA 

Industry Statistics Unit, EOtnunh 



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T&bU 32 



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OOPPS AMD BBA8S MIU. PBOSD01S 
Factory Employment, Rayrolls, Hours, qnd Wages, 1933-1935 



MONTH 



EMPUOVMCNT PAYROLL.S MAN-HOURS 



1933 -JAN 



FES. 



MAR 



INDEXES 
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OlIJL 



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fia.2 



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liQtft 



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87.4 



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l»1>g 



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.112«Z_ 



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JSOmA. 



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ltt.6 



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87.1 



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19.14 



SEP 



Jiti«2_ 



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JLQi.O 



Jl£^ 



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19.12 



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lOli.7 



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Ji<U2A. 



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JLQB^ 



JJiA«A- 



llO.t 



_a4«fi_ 



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112.1 



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Jlfi.! 



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oiajL 



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U9t9 



OlilUL 



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87*0 



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-55.5- 



128.7 



112.5 



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150.7 



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145.A 



129.9 



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23.91 



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69«7 



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pertiac ••Wfelidnwata vara oovarad oaB^lataly or (In a few caaaa) alnoat 
eoaiplataljr 1>7 the oeda dofinition* lor asqplanatlon of the mathoda laaad, 
••m af ahldh raanlt in f Igorea different frtMs thoaa of B.L.S.* aae text* 



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Tabla 33 



Code Ho. ^3 



COBBUaATED MS SOLID TIBRB SHIPPING CONTAINER INTUSTEI 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933 



MONTH < 



INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 



EMPLOYMENT PAYROLLS MAN-HOURS 



AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 




1333 -JAN 



FEB 



MAR 



APR 



MAY 



JUIM 



JUL 



AUG 



SEP 



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DEC 



77.6 



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125.4 



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98.3 



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ment. were covered by the.coce definition. Bbr explanation of the methods 
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labU 34 




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COBSB AMD BBASSIEBE UDUSTIT 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


r '■ ■ " ■ ■ 
MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WASES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(DollarsJ^ 


EMPUOYMENT 

sJ 


PAYROLLS 

4/ 


MAN-HOURS 


1933 -JAN 


95.9 


89.7 








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MAR 


101,9 


89,3 








12,42 


APR 


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95,0 








1S,£1$ 


MAY 


100.3 


100. a 








14,18 


J UN 


100.6 


101.9 








14,37 


JU1_ 


99,4 


96,6 








13,78 


AUG 


ini.s 


110.6 








15.46 
15,46 


SEP 


lOB.a 


116,1 








OCT 


9B.7 


106^3 








15,43 


NOV 


98«B 


93,0 








19,36 


DEC 


97.6 


95.6 








13.84 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 








14.11 


II 


1934 -JAN 


96,1 


103,4 








15.13 


FEB 


103.3 


121.2 




34.7 


47.1 


16.29 


MAR 


107.4 


128.7 




35.7 


46.4 


16.71 


APR 


109.2 


13^.6 




36.1 


46.5 


16.74 


MAY 


107.1 


119.7 




35.4 


45.4 


15.49 


J UN 


98.8 


108.0 




33.1 


47.4 


14.84 


JUi. 


98.0 


97.9 




31.3 


4T.0 


13.94 


AUG 


99.1 


106.8 




30-9 


46.1 


14.79 


SEP 


100-1 


114.4 




32.6 


47.6 


15.79 


OCT 


100.7 


112.3 




31.0 


47.4 


15.43 


NOV 


3,00.8 


114.0 




31.6 


46.7 


14.99 


DEC 


inn.ft 


lan^a 




33.3 


45.8 


15.44 


AVERAGE 


101.8 


114.9 




33.2* 


46.7* 


15.47 


II 


1935- JAN 


102.5 


1Z1.4 




33.0 


46.1 


15.66 


FEB 


102.0 


127.9 




35.9 


45.0 


16,18 


MAR 


105-8 


129.1 




34.5 


46.2 


15.83 


APR 


105.9 


129.0 




35.2 


45.3 


16,19 


MAY 


102.9 


117.3 




33.1 


45.8 


15.11 


JUN 


98.8 


106.2 




31.8 


46.2 


14.13 


JUL 


96.5 


103.3 




30.8 


44.8 


13.95 


AUG 


96.4 


102.5 




28.8 


45.4 


13.77 


SEP 


98.9 


119.3 




34.1 


45.0 


16.62 


OCT 


98-2 


114.9 




31.4 


45.8 


15.19 


NOV 


96.1 


111.* 




31.4 


46.0 


15-01 


DEC 


94.1 


109.5 




31.7 


46.8 


15-09 


AVERAGE 


99.8 


116.0 




32.6 


45.5 


15.14 


Sotirce: Bax«au of Labor Statistics. Data are for classification "Corsets 
aad allied gannents". Daring June and Deoember 1933 and 1934 approximately 
98 per cent of the employees reported under this classification were covered! 
Igr the code definition, lor e^^lvution of the methods used, some of iriiieh 
resnlt in figures different from those of B.L.S., see text. > 



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Table 36 




ClnAm If A . 


TIA 


OOTTOB GABUOiT IlISUSfBI 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, qnd Wac 


es, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Don ATI) 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933-JAN 


86.2 


71.S 


87.6 


38.1 


28^1 


9.19 


FEB 


91.9 


79.8 


92.9 


87. B 


28-4 


9,54 


MAR 


90.4 


76.6 


92.S 


37-9 


2B-2 


9^20 


APR 


94.« 


82.7 


102-0 


40-0 


24^6 


9,40 


MAY 


96.6 


89.6 


iOfl.2 


40.7 


24-8 


9,79 


JUN 


106.4 


101.6 


121.6 


42.4 


24-9 


10.29 


JUL 


110.6 


104.2 


121. B 


40.8 


26-8 


10.11 


AUG 


106.4 


124.2 


107.B 


86.8 


34-2 


1S.C7 


SEP 


lOd.5 


l£fi.6 


99^1 


38^9 


3^,9 


1fi.3fi 


OCT 


109.1 


l«0-4 


lOft-1 


S4,7 


97 tl 


18.61 


NOV 


102-« 


11B.7 


89,1 


8S«1 


2AtP 


11. 9P 


DEC 


9S.6 


98.9 


76.4 


30.8 


88-2 


11.28 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


87.1 


29.6 


10.68 1 


II 


19.14 -JAN 


M.fl 


90.7 


70. S 


50.7 


38.2 


11.34 


FEB 


99-T 


118.8 


90-0 


88. B 


37.6 


12.49 


MAR 


106.2 


182.4 


101.6 


84.8 


87.8 


is.:^8 


APR 


11S.6 


140.6 


108.8 


36.4 


S6.9 


13.27 


MAY 


112.B 


189.8 


108 -8 


84-8 


38.1 


13-80 


J UN 


lOfi.fi 


iai.9 


9?t4 


S2t6 


38^7 


12r79 


JUU 


98.9 


107-4 


76.4 


30-2 


39-9 


11.90 


AUQ 


91.7 


181.9 


Sfi-fi 


32-2 


29-8 


12-74 


SEP 


104.0 


129.« 


90.0 


SP.l 


39«9 


1P.97 


OCT 


101.fi 


129.fi 


89.8 


32-8 


39-7 


1.3-20 


NOV 


100.4 


127^4 


88,2 


?2t6 


39,7 


1?.P* 


DEC 


n^A 


lOA.P 


71 ^7 


99^-\ 


41 .4 


1 P.ftP. 


AVERAGE 


101.4 


122.8 


89-3 


32-fi 


39.0 


12-69 


II 


1935- JAN 


QA.« 


inR.n 


79.7 


9A.K 


40.9 


11. AA 


FEB 


ioa.8 


1S2.0 


88-1 


30-8 


42.3 


11»-99 


MAR 


109.0 


141.0 


90.8 


30-9 


42.6 


18-20 


APR 


110.8 


141-8 


94-7 


31-7 


42-2 


13-00 


MAY 


111.4 


143.4 


9fi-a 


31.9 


42-3 


13.60 


JUN 


103. 1 


127.9 


8fi.8 


30-8 


42.2 


12.9B 


JUL 


99.0 


117-8 


82.B 


30.9 


40.6 


12.34 


AUG 


107.2 


1S&.2 


96.8 


38.6 


39.6 


13-07 


SEP 


111.6 


144.4 


104.4 


84.7 


39-2 


13-BB 


OCT 


113.9 


146.5 


108.4 


35.3 


38.5 


13.39 


NOV 


111.8 


141^9 


mx^o 


l'^**?r 


59.8 


13.18 


DEC 


108.4 


134.7 


97.9 


3S-5 


39.0 


13.03 


AVERAGE 


107.0 


W4.5 


93.2 


92.2 


40.7 


33.00 


Source t Bureau of Lalwr Statistics In eooperatlon id.^ 
SoTlsw, HEl. Daring Juns and SsoemlMr 1933 and 1934 i 
>»rliw4 sstablisbiDents were covered completely or (in 
ooopletely- "by the code definition. For explanation oi 
some of mhidh result in figures different from those < 


bh the Division of 
lotivities of the re- 
a fev cases) almost 
r the methods used, 
Df B.L.3., see text. 



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Table 36 




Code So. 


1 


COTTWI TTSXTILE THDUSTBr 
Fac+ory Employment, Pdyrolls, Hours, and Wac 


)es, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Oenti) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(DollaxB) 


EMPUDYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933-JAN 


8^.4 


74.8 


92.1 


4fi.S 


23^2 


10.61 


FEB 


84.1 


74.9 


92.8 


4fi.a 




10,73 


MAR 


81.5 


68.7 


87.0 


44.S 


ZZ*6 


10t-Jl4 


APR 


8S.1 


70.fi 


90.1 


48^0 


'r?.( 


10. P6 


MAY 


89.4 


81.0 


103.4 


4B.0 


22,a 


10.99 


JUN 


108.8 


99.1 


122.8 


49.fi 


23.7 


11,70 


JUL. 


iia.i 


111.4 


134.1 


49^2 


24,2 


11.98 


AUG 


llB.a 


ISO.S 


102.1 


38. ^ 


3'-rl 


13.56 


SEP 


iis.a 


ipfi,l 


97.7 


9fi.a 


37.4 


13r4S 


OCX 


114.fi 


187.9 


98.0 


88.8 


38.1 


13.47 


NOV 


110»» 




98.8 


34.a 


37.7 


13.01 


DEC 


ItftiM 


l^fiil 


87.6 


38.8 


36.0 


12.72 


AVERAGE 


im,Q 


100.0 


100.0 


42.0 


29.2 


11.86 


11 


1934 -JAN 


10814 


118.4 


89.S 


34^2 


38.6 


13.01 


FEB 


114.8 


189.8 


97-0 


Sfi.2 


38.8 


13.44 


MAR 


118.1 


lSfi.^9 


101.8 


3B.8 


36.4 


13.78 
13.78 


APR 


118.8 


1S6,7 


101.4 


36.6 


38.7 


MAY 


Ufi.9 


127.0 


89.1 


31.9 


40.fi 


13.03 


JUN 


107.8 


lOfi.S 


78.8 


29.1 


39.3 


11.61 


JUI- 


108.0 


lOfi.4 


76.7 


30.8 


38.8 


11.94 


AUG 


101. T 


102.8 


74.0 


80.2 


39.2 


11.96 


i SEP 


fil.ft 


88.1 


fiO.4 


33^9 


38.8 


13,20 


1 OCT 


108.1 


128.0 


91.2 


36.0 


39.0 


13.61 


NOV 


107.8 


121.1 


88.6 


8^.1 


39.0 


13.28 


DEC 


llfl.l 


IM.e 


94.7 


3B.7 


38.9 


13.88 


AVERAGE 


108.4 


ilf.1 


8B.8 


33.4 


39.0 


18.08 


II 


1935- JAN 


l)0t8 


18^,8 


94 ,» 


Sfii,4 


38.9 


18.79 


FEB 


lll.fr 


181.9 


96.fi 


36.9 


39.0 


14.00 


MAR 


110.8 


180.6 


98.8 


8fi.8 


89.2 


13.84 


APR 


106.2 


120^8 


86^8 


33.7 


39.8 


18.27 


MAY 


101^8 


llfi.2 


S2.7 


38.7 


39.4 


13.28 


JUN 


aa.^ 


107^2 


77.2 


82.8 


89.1 


12.70 


JUL 


96.8 


lOB.O 


76^8 


32.7 


89.0 


12.79 


AUG 


98.1 


10S.8 


77.2 


38.7 


88.6 


18.99 


SEP 


99.0 


112.7 


84.7 


36.6 


38.7 


13.76 


OCT 


102.5 


180.2 


90.4 


56.6 


36.4 


14.09 


NOV 


106.1 


121.8 


91.8 


36.2 


88.2 


IS. 86 


DEC 


107.8 


128.6 


S7-7 


S7.a 


S8.8 


14.4S 


AVERAGE 


10?,T 


119.2 


87. S 


S4.9 


38. 8 


IS. 66 


S«tare«t Bar««i ef Lab*r Stfttlitlet in cooperation «l«b 
B*Tl«w, ni. XhirlBS JtSM and SteenlMr 1933 and 1934 ac 
raportlns ••tabllabnenta vara oorarad oooplataly or (ix 
eoa^lotaly bgr tha eoda dafinitloB* lor aaqplantion of 1 
af Mileh rosnlt In flgorat different fr«B thoaa of B*I. 
. 


i the DlTlalon of 
tlTitlee of 'the 
L a few oaaes) almoat 
Job nethode nsed, aoiw 
8., oae text. ^ 



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Tabl« 37 



1 OOTfOI OB OIL B0XIIIO 

Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


: 


INDEXES 
1933 * 100 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(CfBtl) 


AVERAGE 

WEEKLY 

(Bollitfi) 


EMPtOYMCNT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


193 .-5 -JAN 


90.1 


88.6 


106.8 


66.2 


33.6 


11.63 


TEB 


100.0 


91.2 


U4.7 


58.1 


2L.6 


10.78 


MAR 


94.6 


88.2 


108.6 


86.2 


17.8 


9.49 


APR 


48.6 


62.4 


76.4 


83.6 


16.9 


8.76 


MAY 


87.0 


68.7 


61.9 


62.2 


32a3 


JLOmSSL 
10*79 
10,87 


JUN 


68.8 


74.2 


84.3 


68.9 


19.7 


JUI_ 


77. a 


62.4 


•7.0 


60.4 


19,3 


AUG 


92.0 


96.3 


74.8 


38.9 


28.6 


10^43 


SEP 


133.9 


133.2 


115.6 


4L.8 


26.3 


10.36 


OCX 


184.8 


161.5 


137.5 


42.7 


26.6 


10.T5L 


NOV 


134.4 


136.2 


116.2 


41.6 


38.9 


10.27 


DEC 


198.7 


127.0 


108.2 


40.4 


36.1 


9.94 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


49.7 


23.8 


10.86 


II 


1934 -JAN 


118.3 


117.0 


100.2 


41.8 


3S.1 


10.16 


FEB 


137.5 


131.9 


118.9 


43.7 


34.1 


10.34 


MAR 


1M.6 


114.4 


98.7 


42.0 


38.3 


10.46 


APR 


80.8 


84.2 


68.4 


40.7 


36.6 


10.67 


MAY 


64.8 


68.2 


60.2 


37.2 


36.6 


9.98 


J UN 


68.2 


64.7 


49.8 


40.9 


36.3 


10.89 


JUU 


62.9 


72.3 


53.8 


40.9 


38.3 


11.36 


AUO 


83.1 


92^1 


66.8 


38.8 


37.6 


10.61 


SEP 


112.6 


133.9 


103.0 


44.0 


34.3 


10.61 


OCT 


136.4 


186.0 


124.4 


47.7 


31.9 


10.88 


NOV 


103.8 


109.6 


94.2 


43.6 


33.6 


10.19 


DEC 


lft4-« 


117-0 


98.2 


45.0 


34.3 


10.80 


AVERAGE 


96.7 


102.6 


86.0 


43.2 


36.8 


10.48 


II 


1935- JAN 


87.2 


94.0 


73.1 


40.3 


36.3 


10.44 


FEB 


81.1 


92.8 


72.0 


42.7 


36.1 


U.18 


MAR 


86.9 


101.2 


79.7 


44.6 


33.8 


10.60 


APR 


61.6 


66.6 


61.3 


40.1 


34.0 


9.63 


MAY 


48.6 


61.6 


39.1 


38.7 


34.8 


9.44 


JUN 


49.7 


86.6 


40.8 


39.6 


28.9 


10.04 


JUU 


63.6 


66.1 


46.4 


40.7 


34.4 


9.8S 


AUG 


68.4 


84.2 


61.0 


43.9 


33^6 


10,03 


SEP 


98.8 


119.6 


98.8 


48.1 


2L.3 


10.13 


OCT- 


123.2 


151.4 


123.3 


48.7 


20.9 


10.16 


NOV 


llt.i 


14A.S 


112.1 


47.9 


81.S 


10.19 


DEC 


10S.A 


isa.o 


10B.4 


40.8 


21.8 


10.28 


AVERAGE 


•1.2 


96.3 


76.2 


49.6 


28.6 


10.19 


f«Tirc«t BarMca of In 
■Md oll» ealn and nu 
■aUlj th« MM* aotl^ 
TiMd.j»MW of lAleh : 


iber Statistics. Data ars for classification "Oottoa- 
tal," Dsfialtion in the proposed cods oorsrs approzl- 

result in flgorss different froa those of B.L.8*, tee 



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Tabla 38 




Coda Va- 


2afi 


nuur mspipxB posLiBBiia bibukss 

Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, qnd Wages, 1933-1935 


MONXH 


INDEXES 
1933 = too 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WA6ES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(C«ata) 


AVERAOe 
WEEKLY 


EMPUDYMENT 


PAYROUUS 




MAN-HOURS 


1933 -JAN 


99.0 


101.0 


102.1 


41.x 


77.1 


88.71 


FEB 


9a.i 


99.0 


100.7 


41.0 


78.4 


88-82 


MAR 


9C.f 


98.S 


M.7 


41^2 


78,.7 


82^13 


APR 


9T.A 


9fi.« 


100.8 


41-2 


78^8 


32.38 


MAY 


98.£ 


97.8 


102.0 


41.8 


78.9 


81.98 


J UN 


H^ 


97.8 


101.8 


41.8 


78.1 


82.01 


wfUU 


9T-T 


98.8 


101.2 


41-4 


78-1 


38.0a 


AUG 


ffi.O 


98.9 


98-8 


40-1 


77.1 


S?«09 


SEP 


Iflft-a 


102.8 


99-0 


88-7 


88.4 


?«it7» 


1 ocr 


ltt.9 


lOfi.a 


100-1 


sa-8 


83.8 


38^8^ 


NOV 


IM^l 


188.1 


98-9 


88-8 


87-0 


S8.3fi 


DEC 


10S.£ 


108.4 


98.4 


87.0 


87.7 


S2.92 


AVERAGE 


100«0 


100.0 


100.0 


40.0 


79.1 


S2.B1 


II 


1934 -JAN 


108.9 


102.8 


96.9 


88.9 


87.2 


32.82 


FEB 


10S.& 


los.a 


97-2 


37.8 


88-1 


82.88 


MAR 


10S.2 


10B.4 


9fi-a 


37.6 


86.8 


32^66 


APR 


104.8 


108.0 


97.9 


87.8 


88.8 


SS.28 


MAY 


108.7 


108.7 


98.8 


88.0 


87.8 


S8.98 


J UN 


108.8 


lOfi.4 


97-7 


87-7 


88.1 


38-99 


JUi- 


101.8 


104.fi 


98-8 


S4-8 


aa.i 


88-86 


AUQ 


101.8 


108.2 


98-1 


88.7 


88.8 


38.68 


SEP 


108.8 


108.7 


98-1 


88.8 


89.9 


34.17 


j OCT 


104.8 


nir? 


98.8 


87.1 


90.9 


84.78 


NOV 


lOfi.O 


112.8 


97.0 


S8-9 


91.1 


84-84 


DEC 


lOA.a 


11,»«8 


9Q.B 


8T.fi 


93.3 




AVERAGE 


108.8 


loa.r 


94-4 


ar.s 


88.6 


38-77 


II 


1935- JAN 


lOs^e 


109.8 


98.9 


84.7 


92.3 


34-89 


FEB 


lOl.T 


108.1 


98-7 


88.8 


92.4 


S8-88 


MAR 


lOfi.8 


^08.8 


94.2 


38.7 


92.8 


39.78 


APR 


iOB.a 


110.4 


9R-8 


S8.a 


93.0 


aa.97 


MAY 


10S.fi 


110-8 


9fi-9 


37.0 


9S-1 


84.17 


JUN 


10S.fi 


100.2 


94.8 


S8.fi 


93.8 


84.48 


JUL 


100.« 


M.S 


91 -a 


34.1 


9a.ft 


88.18 


AUG 


100.4 


fifi.4 


91-6 


Sfi-4 


94-0 


38-67 


SEP 


10S.4 


100-0 


98-7 


88.2 


9fi.B 


34.36 


OCT 


105.1 


102.5 


96.0 


86.8 


95.3 


34.45 


NOV 


10B.fi 


108-4 


B7.1 


sa.a 


0R.1 


.U.61 . 


DEC 


107.6 


109.0 


101-0 


S7-fi 


B8-8 


- as. 65 


AVERAGE 


lOS.S 


104.6 


84.8 


S6.7 


94.0 


X4.22 


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SIS CASTUO ICiVUFiCTUBUra mnBTRT 

Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wag 


es, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Ofinti) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollar* } 


EMPUOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933 -JAN 


£8.4 


62.6 


60.8 


41.5 


51.5 


20.58 


FEB 


£4.6 


63.8 


59.4 


39.8 


61.4 


20.66 


MAR 


62.7 


54.2 


54.6 


37.8 


4fi.e 


17.97 


APR 


6&.0 


68.0 


73.2 


46.0 


46.0 


21 .4£ 


MAY 


80.8 


82.4 


96.0 


61.8 


44.8 


a. 10 


JUN 


98.B 


99.8 


ue.8 


BS.O 


44.4 


20.97 


JUL. 


llfi.4 


118.9 


135, S 


50. a 


AA.% 


21.26 


AUG 


182.8 


128.9 


130.5 


42.7 


46. C 


20,28 


SEP 


1S&.7 


119.7 


114.3 


36.2 


60.2 


18.22 


OCT 


186.0 


1S4.S 


124.4 


39.6 


62.2 


20.76 


NOV 


119.7 


124.4 


111»7 


dO.4 


fi3,7 


21.84 


DEC 


128.4 


144.7 


121.4 


42.fi 


67.7 


24.61 


AVERACe 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0^ ^ 


48.6 


49.2 


20.79 


II 


1934 -JAN 


144.5 


148.0 


las.fl 


40-1 


53.6 


21.58 


FEB 


167. B 


160.1 


144.4 


39.7 


53.4 


21.46 


MAR 


174.8 


184.1 


168.4 


41.8 


53.1 


22.29 


APR 


188.6 


£06.4 


197.6 


96.6 


61.3 


22.88 


MAY 


170.9 


173.8 


140.9 


85.7 


ei.4 


£1.16 


JUN 


141.4 


149.8 


119.6 


Sfi.fi 


60.0 


£2.05 


JUU 


1S6.B 


143.8 


113.9 


36.4 


60.9 


22.19 


AUG 


137.4 


142.2 


113.4 


36.7 


60.9 


21.68 


j' SEP 


185.6 


143.8 


106.7 


34.1 


61.5 


20.63 


OCT 


132.9 


162.3 


113.9 


37.1 


64.6 


23.97 


! NOV 


1S4.6 


165.9 


123.0 


39.6 


61.0 


24.19 


DEC 


-|A7^^ 


190-0 


139.1 


40.8 


61.9 


26.24 


AVERAGE 


150.0 


164.2 


132.1 


88.0 


59.5 


22.46 


{| 


IS35- JAN 


164^6 


217.1 


155.1 


40.8 


63.9 


25.89 


FEB 


169.1 


215.9 


160.6 


41.1 


62.8 


25.68 


MAR 


169. a 


220.3 


157.7 


40.2 


66.6 


25.2£ 


APR 


176.8 


229.8 


166.6 


40.9 


66.4 


26.99 


MAY 


17B.4 


227.9 


167.3 


41.3 


66.9 


£7.&2 


1 1 IKl 


^ ^M ^ 


206.6 


147.8 


38.3 


68.4 


26.14 


JUL 


1$6;0 


2?ltl 


ie9r3 


41^8 


fifl.2 


28.36 


AUG 


162.1 


221,2 


161.1 


43.0 


67.3 


28.86 


SEP 


177.9 


280.2 


196.6 


47.8 


71.3 


99.91 


OCT 


202.2 


303.2 


222.4 


47.6 


67.4 


31.71 


NOV 


?4a.5 


Ml, 2 


266.7 


47.4 


63.7 


29.64 


DEC 


248.7 


350.7 


278.1 


48.4 


62.1 


29.84 


AVERAGE 


185.1 


252.9 


186.6 


43.2 


66.2 


28.12 


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Bevlev, HRl* Daring Jxme and Deoenber 1933 and 1934 ac 
porting eatablisbments were covered ooinpletelj or (in e 
cosqpletely "by the code definition. Tot es^lanation of 
•one of iriiioh result in flgares different from those oi 


i the Division of 
tlvlties of the re- 
i few cases) alnost 
the methods used, 
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Table 40 




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6A 


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SBESS lUIUFACTUaurO inXBIST 

Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXCS 
J933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Ceatt) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(TlBllare) 


EMPU3YMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933 -JAN 


9S.0 


90.2 


101.2 


37.1 


44-1 


19.88 


FEB 


10S.6 


9S.9 


118.4 


40.8 


41.0 


18.67 


MAR 


62.7 


6S.0 


61.6 


26.2 


64.9 


16.94 


APR 


108.7 


104.6 


129.7 


42.0 


48.4 


19.61 


MAY 


116.6 


112.4 


1S4.6 


40.6 


48.6 


19.54 


JUIM 


106.6 


98.4 


112.8 


37.2 


48.2 


18.20 


JUJ_ 


7S.0 


66.1 


70.6 


S4-0 


61.6 


Ifi.flfl 


AUG 


91.1 


88.1 


92.4 


55.7 


66.2 


17-40 


SEP 


116.5 


162.4 


121.5 


37.0 


61.4 


26.18 


ocr 


114.B 


132. 9 


104.4 


22.1 


64.9 


22t42 


NOV 


96'f 


94f6 


68,9 


26.1 


66.6 


18t7» 


DEC 


9&.0 


109.6 


84.4 


81.3 


76.4 




AVERAGE 


100*0 


J.00^ 


iOO*0 


34.9 


64.9 


19.51 


|| 


1934 -JAN 


110^0 


121.8 


96.fi 


30.6 


71.7 


21.40 


FEB 


llV.fl 


1A2-* 


98.7 


29.6 


67.6 


21.68 


MAR 


117.9 


148.9 


102.8 


30.7 


69.7 


22.33 


APR 


120.S 


164.2 


106.2 


51.6 


72.9 


28.49 


MAY 


122.4 


166.4 


102.9 


29.6 


75.7 


23.38 


J UN 


100.2 


107.4 


69.1 


S4.8 


72.4 


19.84 


JUL. 


76.2 


76.1 


49.8 


22.8 


76.8 


18.49 


AUQ 


114.fi 


182.6 


90.7 


£7.9 


78.2 


21.37 


SEP 


12S.6 


142.7 


96.6 


27.2 


70.7 


20.76 


OCT 


126.2 


164.6 


96.7 


27.2 


75.6 


22.17 


NOV 


107.1 


10fi.fi 


67.8 


22.8 


78.0 


17.99 


DEC 


lOQ^T 


Ifi^.O 


TB-¥ 


SA.S 


78.7 


20.14 


AVERAGE 


J112.1 


180.0 


87.8 


27.8 


72.8 


21.08 


II 


1935- JAN 


n«.i 


1^.1 


87.7 


26.6 


76.8 


20.94 


FEB 


ISlifi 


142.4 


96.8 


27.7 


69.4 


20.50 


MAR 


128.6 


14fi.fi 


101.1 


28.8 


69.1 


20.70 


APR 


12B.0 


162.1 


109.3 


80.8 


66.0 


21.68 


MAY 


121.1 


162.0 


102.6 


29.8 


70.2 


21.69 


.inN 


■im A 


106.8 


74.8 


26.0 


68.9 


18.46 


JUL 


£fl.6 


fiS.fi 


46.4 


23-B 


69.7 


17.44 


AUG 


117.0 


187«e 


97.7 


29.4 


72.0 


22.64 


SEP 


122.6 


150.7 


105.7 


29.8 


73.6 


23.89 


OCT 


122.0 


133.5 


93.2 


26.9 


72.1 


20.95 


NOV 


105.6 


98.4 


69.0 


23.0 


67.9 


17.92 


DEC 


106.7 


U6.2 


66.1 


28.4 


71.2 


21.70 


AVERAGE 


118.7 


128.6 


89.0 


27.6 


70.5 


ao.71 


SenrMi Bar«au of Labor Stall itloa in oooporatlon with the DItIi^ 
fiaglow, mi. Darl&s Jvi* aad Doe«m1>er 1933 and 1934 aotlrltlea o; 
porting ottabliiihnwnta varo coTorod oonpletaly or (in a fov easoa] 
eoqplotaljr bgr the coda daflnltlon. Tor aaqplanation of the mathodi 
aoBia of iribloh raault In flgaraa different froa thoaa of B*L«8»» m 


Lon of 
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WXS fOROIIO IlSOBSfil 

Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH < 




INDEXrs 
1933 = lOO 




AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(fiollari) 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


193^1 -JAN 


80.S 


66.7 


63.7 


27.6 


60.0 


14.40 


TEB 


77.8 


68.0 


66.5 


30.6 


53.4 


15.16 1 


- MAR 


78.0 


es.4 


59.7 


2fi.fi 


57,7 


14,08 


APR 


80.0 


65.1 


69*2 


i?6.7 


47.8 


19.89 


MAY 


87. 


92.6 


88.1 


36^2 


46.4 


18.46 


JUM 


97.8 


109.2 


109.7 


39.0 


46.8 


19.40 


JUL 


106.6 


112.2 


133.3 


43.9 


43.7 


18.21 


AUG 


123.7 


149.7 


144.1 


40.6 


49.5 


20.76 


SEP 


129.0 


116.2 


134.3 


36.2 


51.4 


15,32 


OCT- 


109.fi 


lOfi.a 


109.7 


84.8 


5A,2 


16t64 


NOV 


llB.l 


130.8 


123.7 


afi.4 


54,8 


18,96 j 


DEC 


118.1 


121.0 


106.1 


32.6 


63.6 


18.30 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


34.1 


60.6 


16.96 


II 


1934 -JAN 


llfi-e 


127.2 


109.9 


32.7 


54.6 


18.94 


FEB 


129-9 


lfie.6 


167.7 


42.2 


67.8 


24.11 


MAR 


140.9 


180.7 


169.1 


41.7 


56.2 


24.^6 


APR 


146.6 


199.4 


180.1 


42.7 


60.2 


26.49 


MAY 


161.1 


164.4 


163.0 


87.6 


60.6 


22.77 


J UN 


141.4 


IBS^a 


136.6 


SS.4 


60.6 


20.24 


JUL. 


106.4 


106.6 


97.0 


31.1 


61.0 


18.94 


AUG 


113.6 


108.0 


94^.0 


28.8 


62.6 


18.12 


i SEP 


100.8 


79.0 


68,4 


28.6 


62.8 


14.62 


OCT 


101.2 


87.8 


73.0 


26.1 


62.9 


16.82 


1 NOV 


102.8 


101.9 


85.8 


29.0 


62.9 


18.24 


DEC 


lia.R 


137.1 


llfi.B 


35.7 


63.1 


22.52 


AVERAGE 


128.2 


136.9 


120.8 


83.6 


60.6 


20.38 






II 


1935- JAN 


liB,a 


Iftfi.a 


138.0 


41,6 


66.0 


26.90 


FEB 


148.6 


197.6 


167.6 


40.6 


68.6 


26.77 


MAR 


164.6 


212.4 


188.1 


41.2 


66.6 


26.89 


APR 


162.4 


206. T 


177.1 


40.4 


66.8 


26.32 


MAY 


146.6 


186.4 


168.6 


37.fi 


64.7 


24.66 


JUN 


lSfi.fi 


147.6 


127.7 


32.6 


64.9 


21.13 


JUL 


las.a 


iao.7 


112.0 


29*3 


&a.2 


18,70 


AUG 


lS6iO 


146.0 


124.2 


32.0 


68.8 


20.50 


SEP 


ia7.fi 


152.1 


129.0 


S2.fi 


64.8 


21.64 


OCT 


136.9 


155.5 


146.1 


37.1 


65.0 


23.94 


NOV 


140.2 


165.7 


156.5 


36.8 


66,7 


25.81 


DEC 


1A4-0 


IftO.R 


169.4 


40.9 


67.6 


27.56 


AVERAGE 


139.6 


170.4 


149.1 


37.1 


65.0 


24.14 


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lilLECTBICAL VANUFACTUBIVO imXJSTRT 

Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 i 


MONTH 


INDEXrS 
1933 = !00 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


] 
WAGES '; 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cantel 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

.LDoUisiL 


EMPUJYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


I93T-JAN 


ai.7 


77.0 


71.8 


fi9,7 


68.9 


19*20 


FEB 


82.0 


78.9 


7fi.a 


SI .7 


56.4 


19.60 


MAR 


flO.» 


7R.« 


■n.* 


ao,o 


66*5 


18.72 


APR 


aSfO 


7?.0 


79*6 


32. (r' 


54.0 


18.97 


MAY 


a«.a 


84.1 


91,4 


35.6 


52.6 


19.48 


JUM 


91. ft 


98.S 


102,2 


87,6 


BO,a 


19,0? 


w»UL 


9fi.T 


9fi.9 


lOfi.O 


36.7 


51.4 


18.68 


AUG 


105-7 


107. » 


ni^s 


36.6 


54.8 


19.27 


SEP 


llft^ 


117t? 


n4,7 


33.3 


56.3 


19.85 


OCT 


1S4tA 


15P.1 


)«9.6 


34t7 


57.3 


20.77 


NOV 


l^AtO 


194tfi 


1S6.6 


34.0 




20.66 


DEC 


121.fi 




117.fi 


S2.7 


fifi.S 


19. ip 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


33.7 


fifi.l 


19.63 


II 


1934 -JAN 


115.9 


l]Rtl 


108.1 


32.1 


56.8 


18.34 


FEB 


II^tI 


119«4 


110,6 


32.8 


fi«,9 


^fi.&O 


MAR 


iia,& 


128,2 


117. B 


8S.fi 


fifi.a 


19.1^ 


APR 


12S.S 


13S.fi 


123.6 


SS.9 


B7.7 


>9.90 


MAY 


12fi.fi 


142.4 


I29.fi 


34,6 


^fl,7 


i>o,f9 


J UN 


129t2 


148fl 


193.0 


34.8 


59.5 


20.94 


JUL. 


lSAf9 


144^8 


138,4 


' 53.7 


R9,7 


90,87 


Aue 


ISO. 8 


147,8 


192.J? 


34,3 


fi9,a 


1 20,68 


SEP 


jsi^a 


l^ti 


129.0 


33.1 


59.0 


20.06 


OCT 


l?lt$ 


IfilfS 


13fi,8 


34,9 


59.2 


20,90 


NOV 


190«9 


148*1 


192.1 


34.3 


59*7 


20.60 


1 PEC 


1P9t? 


iPPtf 


\^9t7 


?<^rfi 


M,fl 


2^1.37 


AVERAGE 


ISll-T 


isa.7 


ISfi.l 


SS.9 


fi8.fi 


20.18 


II 


1935- JAN 


12$af 


147*0 


127.1 


38*9 


61.1 


21.19 


FEB 


ISfi.S 


lfi0,2 


lS9.fi 


34,2 


fil.O 


91.49 


MAR 


ISl.O 


lfi7.1 


13fi,4 


SR.2 


fiO.S 


81 -ai 


APR 


ISfi^l 


168.^ 


lSfi.fi 


Sfi.O 


fiO.7 


21.80 


MAY 


1SO.O 


ififi.a 


134,9 


fifi.l 


60,7 


91.81 


JUN 


Ifffr'' 


lfil*4 


1S1,4 


34.8 


61.1 


»l,fi2 


JUL 


%90*B 


l<>2tfi 


18S.3 


36.0 


fi9,A 


21.16 


AUG 


lSfi.7 


lfi4.fi 


148.8 


afi,s 


58.4 


21.77 


SEP 


147.1 


lB2.ft 


lfifi.fi 


38.3 


fi8.fi 


2».fi2 


OCT 


153.8 


194.8 


180.5 


39.7 


57.5 


23.03 


NOV 


152.« 


192.0 


174.1 


38.6 


58.6 


2P.R0 


DEC 


144.0 


ies.4 


161.3 


37.9 


fiO-1 


SP.Qfi 


AVERAGE 


136.7 


166.8 


146.9 


36.2 


.'J9.8 


pz.nn 


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portias ••tabUabaente vare eoTeflod eoBpletely or (in a few eaaee) alaoet 
eeqplatelj Ity the code definition, lor explanation of tiie nethods need, 
aoae of ifcieh result in figoxes different fxea those of B«L.S»» aeo text. 



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Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, ond Wages, I933-J935 . 




INDEXES 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


MONTH 


1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Oftati) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(DfilXara) 




MPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933 -JAN 


f0.ft 


7B.fi 


74-fi 


27.1 


Bl.fi 


1&.64 


FEB 


SS.l 


ftft.fi 


ftfi.a 


fift.l 


RSffi 


14.99 


MAR 


ai.9 


fififV 


64«7 


pfi^O 


91 14 


18. M 


APR 


fli.i 


ft4fC 


fit* 


2fi«l 


61.4 


14^«l — 


MAY 


ao.s 


7i.a 


7fi.« 


fifi.a 


R>r4 


16.41 


JUN 


•T.6 


sa.s 


92.B 


M.fl 


62.1 


18.49 


JUL 


9ft.fi 


111.9 


lfil.fi 


41 .a 


fi£.4 


1*1 T>4 


AUG 


114.1 


ifift.i 


lSft.4 


Sfi.4 


61.6 


£0,16 


SEP 


IM.l 


14ft.fi 


14K« 


S7.4 


60.7 


a.54 .. 


OCT 


lfift.fi 


14fi.« 


isa.fi 


M.B 


fie.B 


20.86 


NOV 


llfi^ft 


1S4.0 


l?0,fi 


fif.l 


AO^B 


20.69 


DEC 


114.7 


114.ft 


109.2 


81.4 


fifi.ft 


ia.s4 


AVERAGE 


160.0 


100.0 


100.0 


ftfi.S 


fi4.fi 


la.Ofi 


li 


1934 -JAN 


lOA^T 


I0fi.fi 


100.6 


81^7 


Ra,7 


19.27 


FEB 


lOVfS 


llfrA 


110,0 


ss^a 


Bfi.O 


19.91 


MAR 


llOfft 


}^^6 


Ifll ^0 


Sft^l 


69.4 


21.18 


APR 


110.0 


Ififi.S 


119.B 


sfi.e 


61. B 


21.66 


L MAY 


lll.fi 


iso.a 


116.0 


B4.4 


6S.6 


21.66 


JUN 


109.8 


IBOffi 


IIB^B 


84,7 


fi4,7 


21 .99 


JUL 


llfi.8 


ISfiffi 


IWti 




^tA 


22.4? 


AUG 


XlTtfl 


147^? 


1M^4 


S6*6 


6fi.2 


26.22 


■1 SEP 


lfifi^9 


lMt4 


199*8 


?7,6 


fPtl 


28.19 


' OCT 


IBA.a 


164.9 


141.fi 


87.4 


64.9 


fifi.9fi 


NOV 


IfilfA 


14Sffi 


ififl.ft 


SB.fi 


66.0 


22.00 


DEC 


11K.A 


7^f^rf 


Iffl t1 


9Pt1 


A* -A 


»»-10 


AVERAGE 


llAJ^ 


1S4.9 


122.fi 


Sfi.S 


6s.e 


21.79 


II 


1935- JAN 


109.1 


IBB.ft 


119.2 


36.0 


66.9 


28.37 


FEB 


106.8 


1S7.4 


119.2 


36.8 


67.0 


S4.S0 


MAR 


104.4 


1£B.7 


ioa.9 


34.4 


67.1 


££.&! 


APR 


lOfi.S 


1S3.1 


116.1 


36.4 


67.0 


28.76 


MAY 


lOfi.4 


131.6 


114.1 


SB.7 


67.1 


22.4B 


JUN 


104.7 


129.8 


IIS.S 


SB.7 


66.7 


28.40 


JUL 


10B.4 


128.0 


110-9 


34.7 


67.7 


2S.47 


AUG 


109. B 


1S9.7 


123.8 


S7.a 


67.2 


£4.SI 


SEP 


116.7 


1B7.6 


136.6 


BB.S 


67.1 


26.74 


OCT 


117.6 


161.6 


143.8 


40.3 


67.5 


26.23 


NOV 


115.4 


161.2 


144.9 


41.4 


1 m^ , 


86.67 


DEC 


110.1 


151.1 


13S.9 


40.1 


67.7 


26.31 


AVERAGE 


109.2 


141.0 


123.6 


57.3 


67.2 


24.46 


Sonrcet Botmu of Labor StatlBtlct in ooop«ratlon with the DItIbIoh of 
Beslew, VBJL» Daring Juno and Dooonbor 1933 and 1934 activities of the re- 
porting establiahmente were oovered oocpletely or (in a few o&eee) almoet 
oosqoletely bjr the code definition. Tor explanation of the mc^'ciodM uaed, 
eone of idiieh result in figures different fraa those of B«L.?.r see text. 
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Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, qnd Wages, 1933-1935 




IS ^73 I 

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22.09 



20.34 



Seiireet Bureau of Labor StatlsticB in cooperation with the Division of 
Barlew, IBA.. Oaring Jtmc and DecemlMr 1933 and 1934 activities of the re- 
porting ••ta'bliibmentB were covered completely or (in a few cases) almost 
completely \fj the code definition. Tor explanation of the methods used, 
soeie of which resnlt in flgtirea different from those of B.L.8., see text. 



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Factory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, qnd Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
t 1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(eeatal 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 


EMPtOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933 -JAN 


B^fi 


f4.0 


ra-a 


BO.B 


Aa.7 


lA.AO 


FEB 


«:.o 


•V.t 


aa.B 


a^.B 


47.0 


17,A4 


MAR 


sea 


ra.B 


71.9 


BB.a 


47^2 


lA-^A 


APR 


si:8 


ra.s 


71.1 


aa.a 


A4.2 


1A^>1 


MAY 


r«.a 


4a.a 


74.B 


SS^4 


48.7 


14*24 


JUN 


Afi.4 


•5.« 


9a-7 


87.4 


44.7 


17.aa 


JUL. 


fifl^S 


•9^ 


9B.9 


84.4 


AA.A 


1»T»A 


AUG 


lOliO 


100^1 


104.4 


8B.7 


BO.O 


i7.ai 


SEP 


lit'* 


llp^B 


iiB.a 


aa.fi 


ai.9 


Ifl^OA 


OCX 


^Ifl.fi 


l>4rB 


\**r^ 


M-7 


88*8 


16t8f 


NOV 


IM.l 


14A.« 


IM-A 


S&^A 


M^A 


l^ffA 


DEC 


14A41 


144.4 


IBB.l 


87.1 


B4.9 




AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


84.1 


49.0 


17-74 


^ . • • . II 


1934 -JAN 


IM.l 


i7a.4 


^BB.O 


84.9 


fi4.4 


19,92 


FEB 


TWit 


1M.« 


iae.7 


B7.4 


BAr2 


2fi.ia 


MAR 




P04.4 


ittB.a 


87.8 


84.0 


20.^ 


APR 


•Of.0 


Mf.T 


MS.ft 


88.0 


BB.2 


20.98 


MAY 


iftf^e 


eke.4 


cia.7 


87.2 


aa.i 


20-82 


JUN 


i«i.a 


Clf^S 


Ifa^a 


S7^A 


87 tO 


nti9 


JUU 


14d 


1M.8 


ito.o 


84^8 


BA.a 


fiO.Ol 1 


AUG 


i«4^« 


19«.f 


i7fi.a 


aa.a 


aa^a 


21.09 


SZP 


IM'f 


144.a 


i7a.a 


87.0 


41.1 


>fi.B9 


OCT 


^Wii 


C|1.A 


19B.7 


aa.o 


41.0 


28.14 


NOV 


Ift-i* 


use. a 


MA.a 


sa.a 


AS. A 


MfOA 


DEC 


H^i* 


•HO, A 


•«•.• 


sa.a 


Afi.B 


ftA-Sl 


AVERAGE 


1SQ.7 


aia.4 


194.2 


S7.4 


68.0 


21.52 


II 


1935- JAN 


ff"i^ 


•»»-« 


l>BO.A 


89.1 


48.8 


8A.47 


FEB 


ttirit 


^.a 


2a7.0 


aa.a 


48.2 


24.41 


MAR 


aM.a 


aaa.4 


299.0 


89.4 


48-1 


24.60 


APR 


Mf a 


848;4 


so7.a 


89.7 


48.2 


£4.96 


MAY 


fVi:t 


sa&.o 


ai4.s 


89.8 


64.8 


86.64 


JUN 


M^.« 


aaa.a 


287.7 


89.4 


4B.1 


26.67 


JUL 


•tr.T 


S94.A 


BAfi.a 


a9i.7 


4A.9 


26.71 


AU3 


£9a.« 


S98.0 


a4£.B 


89. B 


66.4 


26.78 


SEP 


tM.S 


S9a.r 


841.7 


89.8 


66.9 


26.76 


OCT 


S98.7 


998.5 


339.7 


S9.2 


65.2 


25.47 1 


NOV 


811. e 


418.6 


S5S.S 


S9.1 


65.4 


25.51 


DEC 


S24.0 


441.2 


574.2 


59.8 


66.6 


26.05 


AVERAGE 


281.8 


570.7 


522.6 


59.4 


64.8 


25.36 


le«rei»s Bsraaa of L&ber St&tistles In cooperation with tho Oiyi 
Mritm, tak, Itarlnc Jm» and Deoaubor 1933 and 1934 aotlvltloi 
pMTtlBS ••taikUihBonta voro ooTored ooaplotely or (in a fe? caao 
eo^ilotely by the oedo daflnitloa. ?er oiplanatlon of the oetho 
MM of idiioib refolt in figure* different fros those of B.L.S., 


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Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-19?? 



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MONTH 



19 33 -JAN 



FEB 



MAR 



APR 



MAY 



JUN 



JUl. 



AUG 



SEP 



OCT 



NOV 



DCC 



INDEXES 
1933 = ICO 



EMPUDYMENT 



77,6 



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.lOa^fi. 



67,7 



7Q,7 



77.0 



.^a^A. 



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jbA. 



87,6 



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J!fi,2- 



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.mfi«2- 



6B.§ 



72,7 



82>1 



_9&,2l 



106.4 



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AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK- 



WAGES 



J4,0. 



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41.4 
_4».B 

41,4 

_4QJL 
4a>7 

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40,8 



86,0 



MA. 



AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Owit«) 

18,4" 

36.7 

20,1 

_ 36.8 

28.6 

_a?*4 

a,4 

35,8 
_^36,5 



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I VVCETKLY 

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12,30_ 
10.93_ 
10,67_ 

9.95 
10.96 
13.39 
13,.44 
13ft68_ 

13,54 
13,90 

11*69 

12.43 



average: 



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100«Q 



41.6 



39.0 



11,79 



Ig34-JAN 



FEB 



MAR 



APR 



MAY 



JUN 



JUU 



AUG 



ggP 



OCT 



NOV 



DEC 



iafi.6 



JA4,2- 



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JL22,A_ 



Jfi,2_ 



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_112,fi. 



108.7 



.IOB^Sl 



JIAA. 



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_I41,2L 



185.8 



238.8 

.I45«7- 

f9,7 



98.4 



JL2fi^ 



.124,fi_ 
127,2 



JiCfi. 



iao.7 



100.6 



.Ulafe. 



149,8 



-IfiOaJL 



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87 ,0 



67.6 



67,2 



98.7 



88,6 



85,7 



96,a 



33,3 



33.4 



33.0 



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31.8 



33.7 



33.6 



34.7 



34.3 



33.1 



J4«3. 



36.1 
34.9 



33.3 



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38.5 



40.8 
41.2 



13.2L 

ii.n 

11.86 



13.44 



13,89 



39.9 



37.0 



36.3 



35,6 



35.0 



13,92_ 
i3jM^ 

13.04 



AVERAGE 



Jifi,2_ 



139,3 



100.8 



33.3 



36,8 



_I2.32. 



1335- JAN 



FEB 



MAR 



APR 



MAY 



181,9 



144,7 



.142,S_ 
JLSajL 



157,7 



180.7 



a,9L 
207,7 



158.7 



107,9 



133.1 



168,8 



146,» 
103.0 



84.4 
35»8 



34.5 



83.3 



83,7 



88.8 



33.6 



33,4 



3&.6 



86,4 



11.65 



13.07 



U.18 



U>17 



11. 91 



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6S.§ 



83,6 



83.9 



87,6 



12,58- 



40.0 13,56 



Jtajk. 



JLfiS.i_ 



88«Q 



84.5 



89,0 



.Sfi,L. 



138.1 



84.5 



86.8 



88,1 



12»43_ 
13,80 



lWi 5 



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90.1 



85.8 



J6;i. 



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Jiss^ 



99,7 



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jiSjJ. 



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JSSLS. 



JlSLI. 



■iZig.. 



86. 4 



..ggfO 



1S.09 



AVERAGE 



iao-8 



1 46. 4 



99.6 



84,7 



86.1 



12.60 



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- 100 - 

Tablt 47 




Ooda la. 841 


1 wua ouss MUorAOfouio inxBtsr 

Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, qnd Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH « 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Owito) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(DDllara). 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


IS33-JAN 


SS.B 


8^.8 


84.8 


29.0 


49-2 


18.11 


FEB 


nji 


74.4 


70.0 


27.2 


81 -a 


18,98 


MAR 


85 ^t 


89.1 


70.8 


26.4 


61,8 


16,99 


APR 


78.1 


62.9 


64.9 


28.8 


49.6 


16-97 


MAY 


as.o 


77.0 


88.4 


80.4 


49,4 


i7.aa 


J UN 


94.8 


104.1 


124.1 


40.7 


48-9 


22,:i6 


JUJ_ 


9T.4 


104.8 


119.7 


S8.0 


80,7 


21*19 


AUG 


114.4 


189.8 


188.2 


36-7 


64.7 


21,97 


SEP 


ISi.T 


•14r.7 


180.7 


31. 9 


64-2 


22.91^ 


OCT 


1SC.4 


187.9 


11S.O 


Sfi-fi 


61 .ft 


9n.R4 


NOV 


iia^a 


108,7 


94fO 


>6«e 


<>fft4 


la.itA 


DEC 


U4.£ 


107.8 


100.9 


27.8 


68.0 


18.00 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


30.8 


64.7^ 


19.48 




1934 -JAN 


laa-fl 


187.8 


116-9 


29.2 


61.6 


19.68 


FEB 


1AS.9 


184.8 


141.fi 


80.4 


68.8 


20.79 


MAR 


14S.S 


181.7 


166.2 


33.7 


60.2 


20.23 


APR 


149.8 


176.1 


164.2 


31.9 


70.8 


22.61 


MAY 


14«.4 


146.8 


138.2 


30.0 


66.2 


19.66 


J UN 


leo.i 


IIS-B 


m-9 


28,8 


62-4 


18.06 


JUU 


IfiOlfl 


1 11St« 


103-1 


26.4 


67-7 


17.92 


AUS 


iia^a 


lM-7 


118-6 


29,0 


66.6 


19.01 


i SEP 


iM.fi 


118.1 


108-9 


27.6 


66.9 


18.20 j 


: OCT 


11*^ 


IIS-B 


108.8 


29.0 


64.7 


16.79 ' 


;l NOV 


iT«t* 


lM-1 


IIB.S 


29,9 


64,9 


19,43 


DEC 


■•T*tP 


isR^a 


121 -A 


32.8 


64.0 


20.69 


1 AVERAGE 


ifia.8 


131-9 


184.8 


29.9 


66.1 


19.67 


II 


1935- JAN 


iftfi-a 


180.7 


144-8 


36.2 


64.4 


22.72 


FEB 


168.8 


177.8 


166.4 


32.2 


46.8 


£1.37 


MAR 


147.8 


280.8 


208.7 


37.9 


69.2 


26.22 


APR 


188.8 


280.8 


198.0 


36.4 


70.6 


26.66 


MAY 


188.1 


208.8 


176.7 


33.8 


70.7 


23.64 


JUN 


188-7 


204.4 


174.8 


34.0 


70.9 


24.12 


JUL 


184-1 


191.4 


148t^ 


S8r4 


70.9 


22.97 


AUG 


188-4 


804.8 


174.7 


84.1 


71.4 


84.87 1 


SEP 


181.8 


284.4 


192-6 


S6.9 


71.1 


£6.20 


OCT 


170.9 


849.9 


SIS. 4 


36.6 


70-5 


27.26 


^»ov 


lTO-4 


248-9 


210.6 


38.2 


71.0 


27.13 


DEC 


178-8 


288.7 


216.7 


SB. 6 


75.1 


29.00 


AVERAGE 


161.1 


215.8 


186.2 


35.7 


70.2 


25.05 


B«iBre«t BoTMa of Labor St&tlstiea la oo«p«ratlon with the BlTiaion of 
BoTlow, 1B4. Jtarlsc Jqm and Jhomibur 1933 mi 1^4 actlTltlei of the ro- 
portiae •■taiblishBWnts ««ro ooTorod coif>let«l7 or (in a f«« easoa) alBoat 
ooqplotely %gr ttia ooda daflnitloa. Wot Mqplanation of tha Esthoda tiaad, 
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- loe - 

Table 48 




— Code Bo. 


9£ 


FLOOR ASD WILL CLAI TILB MASUPACTOBIia lUUSfRT 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(QantB) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(nnllara) 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933 -JAN 


88.0 


76.4 


74.1 


se.6 


S7.6 


10.94 


FEB 


79.3 


64.6 


fifi.8 


28.1 


37.7 


lo.sa 


MAR 


70-7 


67.9 


69.9 


28.7 


86.6 


10.46 


APR 


78.7 


fis.a 


84.9 


27.9 


27.3 


11.06 


MAY 


92.7 


87.0 


98.3 


S4.1 


S6.2 


11.98 


J UN 


99.1 


101.8 


111.7 


S8.2 


54.1 


13. OS 


JUL 


114.8 


118.8 


18fi.l 


89.0 


84.1 


12.98 


AUG 


180.0 


141.8 


160.1 


89.1 


87.1 


13.89 


SEP 


130^7 


IBA.O 


lfiO.9 


89.1 


80.2 


1B.Q2 


OCT- 


1SS.9 


131.7 


llfi.l 


82.8 


41.1 


ia.B« 


NdV 


loa.e 


120. ft 


108.8 


84.0 


41.8 


la.BT 


DEC 




81.4 


70.8 


27.4 


46.0 


12.04 


ave:ra6C 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


aa.i 


sa.o 


12.48 


1 


1934 -JAN 


6A^A 


86.0 


67.8 


80.7 


42.8 


12.76 


FEB 


M.a 


87.7 


88^8 


28.6 


46.2 


12.99 


MAR 


«4.1 


88.9 


87^8 


29.4 


46.8 


18.84 


APR 


71 -• 


78.7 


88.8 


80.7 


44.4 


13.69 


MAY 


70.4 


78.9 


88^7 


82.1 


46.1 


14.47 


J UN 


ae.4 


98.S 


88.1 


86.4 


44.S 


16.47 


JUU 


78.8 


90.9 


79.8 


84.2 


44.9 


16.84 


AUG 


79^8 


9e,8 


8?tA 


86^0 


44^6 


1R.44 


SEP 


7a.A 


9^^ 


88,8 


88.8 


44.8 


16.74 


OCT 


79.8 


98. 8 


84.8 


S8.0 


44.6 


16.62 


NOV 


. 78.4 . 


88.7 


78.8 


S4.7 


44.7 


16.4ft 


DEC 


va.H 


OKfS 


fll^a 


8S.S 


46.8 


1R.7* 


AVERAGE 


7A^A 


88.8 


7S.a 


88.1 


44.8 


14.87 


II 


•935- JAN 


Tff«4 


90.0 


78.0 


88.0 


44.8 


16.88 


FEB 


80.1 


98.1 


86.6 


S6.2 


46.2 


16.88 


MAR 


sq;a 


108.1 


88.9 


87.8 


45.4 


17.07 


APR 


ao,8 


119^8 


108,9 


88.8 


44.7 


17.28 


MAY 


98^8 


1«7.8 


108.9 


88.2 


48.7 


18.71 


JUN 


IQl.B 


1S7^£ - 


118.7 


S9.8 


44.6 


17.61 


JUL 


107.8 


149.8 


181^1 


41.S 


4S.8 


18.06 


AUG 


117.4 


189.8 


180.1 


4S.8 


43.4 


18.75 


SEP 


IftA-ft 


188.8 


187.8 


44.9 


48.0 


19.Sfi 


OCT 


151.8 


197.f 


176.6 


45.1 


43.4 


19.56 


NOV 




197^0 


ITB-l 


AA^i 


4X^6 


10. M 


DEC 


1SS.4 


18T.1 


184.8 


41.7 


48.7 


18.80 


AVERAGE 


108.1 


148.9 


128.9 


40.6 


44.1 


17.88 


amoft BorMm of Later Statlttleg 1a oo«p«ratton «l«h th« filTlslon of 
B*Tl«w, lEUL* Oorliic Jom and SaoMter 1933 and 1934 aotlTltlaa of fha v- 
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e«9latal7 \j tha eoda dafl^tlo&« 7er a^laaatlon of tha Mthoda vaad, 
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- 104 - 
fable 49 




Code No. 193 


1 

lOLDING PAPIS. BOX IHDlBlSar 

Factory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONXH » 


INDEXES 
1933 » ICO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 1 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollars) 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLL.S 


MAN-HOURS 


193:^ -JAN 


89.6 


83.7 


87.4 


39.9 


48.1 


• 18.40 


FEB 


89.5 


86.4 


90.3 


41.2 


47.2 


19.01 


MAR 


9S.6 


85.6 


92.1 


40.2 


46.1 


17.73 


APR 


89.8 


84.8 


89.7 


41.1 


44.7 


18.45 


MAY 


90.1 


90.9 


97.6 


44.3 


44.6 


19.59 


JUN 


94.2 


98.9 


109.9 


47.7 


44.9 


20.40 


JUU 


98.6 


105.0 


116.8 


48.4 


44.4 


20.71 


AUG 


108.6 


110.8 


108.4 


40.8 


50.1 


19.89 


1 ®^*' 


114-4 


119.0 


107.2 


38.3 


51.7 


20.28 


1 OCT 


iis.a 


114.3 


101.6 


36.5 


52.6 


19.56 


NOV 


112.8 


na.Q 


101.1 


S6.8 


52.2 


19.35 


DEC 


106.1 


108.0 


97.9 


37.7 


51.9 


19.59 


average: 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


41.1 


48.2 


19.41 1 


II 


1934 -JAN 


103.1 


103.8 


92.4 


36.6 


53.1 


19.37 


FEB 


105-fl 


UO.O 


96.3 


37.2 


53.2 


19.90 


MAR 


109.6 


U7.6 


102.7 


38.3 


53.6 


20.51 


APR 


114.5 


123.6 


106.1 


38.6 


53.7 


20.66 


MAY 


115.9 


124.0 


109.4 


38.6 


53.1 


20.46 


JUN 


U5.1 


122.9 


107.6 


38.2 


53.5 


20.37 


JUU 


114.1 


122.4 


105.5 


37.8 


54.6 


20.52- 


AUG 


US. 5 


126.1 


105.2 


37.9 


55.5 


21.U 


SEP 


114.4 


127.9 


101.0 


36.1 


56.7 


20.17 


OCT 


117.2 


132.8 


106.4 


37.1 


54.8 


20.32 


NOV 


118.4 


129.8 


103.4 


36.7 


56.4 


20.03 


DEC 


116.0 


iai-9 


ioa.9 


37.3 


56.3 


20.79 


AVERAGE 


U5.1 


122.7 


103.7 


37.5 


54.5 


20.36 


II 


1935- JAN 


113.4 


125.8 


100.7 


36.3 


57.4 


20.81 


FEB 


117.3 


133.7 


108.5 


37.8 


55.7 


21.00 


MAR 


U9.6 


137i3 


112.6 


38.5 


57.2 


21.88 


APR 


119.2 


136.8 


U0.8 


36.0 


56.4 


21.36 


MAY 


U9.4 


133.8 


109.9 


37.6 


54.8 


20.57 


JUN 


118.6 


131.8 


U0.4 


36.0 


55.9 


a. 23 


JUU 


117.5 


131.3 


110.1 


36.3 


55.3 


21.32 


AUG 


117.3 


132.7 


110.4 


38.5 


56.0 


21.56 


SCP 


118.6 


138.6 


U6.4 


40.1 


53.4 


21.50 


OCT 


123.0 


149.6 


126.6 


42.1 


54.2 


22.84 


NOV 


121.9 


144.0 


122.9 


41.2 


63.7 


22.17 


DEC 


119-fl 


1S9.5 


118.8 


40.5 


54.0 


21.90 


/^y^RAGE 


118.8 


136. S 


11S.2 


38.9 


55.3 


21.51 


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Umpfi BorMm of Labor Statlttlet la cooperation vltti Hm Dlrislon of 
Barlaw, iBi« Dcorlac Job* and noeombor 1933 and 1934 aotlTltUs of the re- 
partlas ••tabllahaents vere oorered eonpleteljr or (la a fev cases) alnest 
•M^letsly "bj the oeds deflaltlon. Vor esqplsaatlen of the methods used, 
BMM of whloh result la flcores different fr^si those of B.L.8., see text* 



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FDBHITtBE lUIUFlCTUBIHG UClBfERI 

j Fac+ory Employment, Rayrolls, Hours, and Wag 


GS, 1933-1935 1 


i MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


il 

WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(oanlt) 


AVERAGE !' 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


WEEKLY j 

Ifiollara) ! 


1933-JAN 


64.6 


67.6 


69.2 


30.1 


32.fi 


10.73 


FEB 


64.5 


71.2 


76.9 


33.4 


30.8 


11.30 


MAR 


75.7 


BS.S 


61.2 


29.7 


30.1 


9.37 


APR 


77.7 


68.2 


71.7 


S3. 9 


30.5 


10.76 


MAY 


84.6 


74.0 


87.8 


88.1 


29.1 


11.66 


JUN 


99.4 


89.9 


106.1 


41.7 


29.2 


12.60 


JUL 


101.6 


98.5 


118.4 


42.8 


2a.« 


12.71 


AUG 


118.0 


126.5 


125,^ 


40.9 


a«-a 


14. «4 


SEP 


126.fi 


168.4 


1S2.1 


38. S 


41 -S 


lfi,92 


OCT 


ISO.O 


1S9.9 


13B.8 


39.2 


41.4 


1A,06 


NOV 


119.6 


130.0 


115.0 


SB. 6 


41.6 


14.00 


DEC 


106.6 


111.1 


96.0 


82.4 


42.6 


ia.2B 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


«6.8 


34.B 


12.77 


1. 


1934 -JAN 


97.6 


95.6 


78.6 


29.6 


43.8 


12.84 1, 


FEB 


101.9 


112.9 


96.5 


84.6 


41.1 


14.41 1 


Mf^ 


101.7 


111.7 


94.7 


84.2 


41.2 


14.22 


APR 


97.4 


107.7 


90.7 


84.2 


42.1 


14.88 


MAY 


97.7 


107.1 


89.1 


33.5 


42.8 


14. SB 


JUN 


100.2 


109.7 


91.7 


38.6 


42. B 


14.36 


JUL. 


lOO.B 


106.0 


87.6 


B2.0 


42.9 


13.86 


AUG 


108.4 


119.1 


97.7 


34.7 


48.0 


16.11 


SEP 


107.0 


126.8 


102.9 


SB .8 


43.3 


1B.1& 


OCT 


109 .5 


182.0 


109.2 


86.6 


42.7 


1B.7B 


! NOV 


107.6 


126.9 


108.4 


3B.2 


43.4 


16.40 


DEC 


107.0 


ifi«.a 


lOfi-e 


86.1 


4S.& 


IB.BB 


AVERAGE 


102.8 


115.8 


95.6 


84.1 


42.7 


14.62 


II 


1935- JAN 


lOB.ft 


122.2 


99.8 


84.T 


42.2 


14.72 


FEB 


109 .r 


182.r 


109^9 


87.0 


42.8 


16.78 


MAR 


111.8 


188.2 


iif.a 


87.T 


42.2 


16.01 


APR 


109.0 


188.8 


111.9 


87-7 


42.8 


16.02 


MAY 


lOB.a 


128.4 


104.6 


86. S 


42.8 


lfi.46 


JUN 


106.1 


188.6 


111.0 


87.7 


42.4 


16.04 


JUL 


110.4 


ISO.B 


109.2 


36.8 


42.1 


16.88 


AUG 


117.8 


158.6 


180^6 


40.7 


41.7 


17.14 1 


SEP 


122.0 


170.8 


140.5 


42.8 


42.8 


18.04 


OCT 


124.8 


180 .S 


14A.a 


4S.8 


42.1 


18.51 


NOV 


122. « 


IftT^O 


laS^A 


40.6 


42.1 


17.29 


DEC 


llft-S 


lfil-1 


131-3 


40.7 


41.1 


17.00 


AVERAGE 


1I3.B 


14S.7 


ISO. 6 


aa.a 


42.1 


16.44 


flnre*! Bar—nx of Labor Statlstiea In eooper&tion vlth tho SItIi 
BoTlow, IBA* Darius Jum and DsoMtbor 1933 asid 1934 aotlTltioa o 
partlac aatabllabaaata vara eoTarad ooaplataly or (in « fav aaaai 
M^plataly ^ tha eoda daf inltlon. for a^lanatlon of tha natbod 
aeaa of fblah raaalt la flcaraa dlffaraat from thoao of B.L.S** i 
t 


loa of 
f tha V- 
) «lw>at. 
La naad, 
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aiS AFPLXilflB lis tfPiSAHS UilUBfBI 

Factory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH f 


INDEXES 
1933 = too 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(OflBki) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Pollara) 1 


EMPUDYMCNT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


193 -T -JAN 


fil.l 


4A.fi 


44.a 


2fi.4 


B0.7 


i4.Ba 


rEB 


n.B 


68.9 


70.£ 


Sfi.O 


4a.a 


i7.aa 


MAR 


ra.s 


6fi.9 


74.0 


S4.& 


4fi.D 


17.04 


APR 


81.fi 


75.8 


74.a 


aa.B 


47.fi 


ifi.aa 


MAY 


ST.! 


9S.A 


94.2 


40.0 


AA.A 


n.oa 


J UN 


ts^s 


9«.2 


i02.a 


40.2 


AA.7 


18.71 


JUL. 


10S.2 


112.8 


ii4.a 


40.fi 


Ag-0 


19.42 


AUG 


jiia.B 


12fi.fi 


129.7 


40.0 


47.a 


18. 7a 


SEP 


187.0 


IBl.A 


lAfi.O 


Ba.9 


Bl-B 


19.BT 


OCT 


IM.T 


1AA.A 


1A1.1 


S^.B 


fti.a 


It.Bt 


NOV 


lai.A 


117^S 


"»Oft« 


SB.fl 


Kp.l 


17.06 


DEC 


Ipf.f 


102.1 


9fi.fi 


ai.7 


B2.a 


lfi-72 ! 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


afi.o 


49.1 


17.92 ! 


i ' 1! 


J1934 -JAN 


a>tf 


74^9 


75.0 


82^4 


62.9 


lfi.9B 


1 FEB 


104. A 


im.i 


100.4 


aa.i 


54-0 


18-9fi 


' MAR 


Ifift.ft 


IfiA.l 


12fl.9 


38. fi 


ai.i 


19.^7 


1 APR 


184.B 


128.1 


iai.2 


afi.fi 


fii.a 


18.40 i 


r -■ ■ - 

1 MAY 


lfil.4 


ififi.a 


ifia.o 


89.8 


fi2.S 


20-fifi i 


1 J UN 


1A&.2 


150.« 


iBi.a 


87.9 


fi4.0 


20.49 


1 JUU 


lfi9.9 


122-0 


119.fi 


aB.fi 


BB.B 


ia-«8- 


1^ AUG 


l^.ft 


llfi.O 


iia.fi 


34.1 


fifi.O 


19-08 


ii SEP 


lAl.fi 


lAfi.a 


144.fi 


87,4 


BB.7 


20-80 


i: -- OCT 


lAS.A 


lAs.a 


139.9 


Sfi.fi 


fi7.2 


20-34 1 


NOV 


l^Atfi 


lai^fi 


108. 1 


ea.i 


BB^fi 


ia.47 


DEC 


Ififi.A 


1S2.2 


12fi.8 


Sfi.4 


fifi.ft 


20.fifi 


; AVERAGE 


128.7 


127.8 


12B.0 


8fi.S 


54.4 


19.41 


;i ■ ;| 


■11335- JAN 


128^1 


Ifi&.O 


lfil.7 


afi.fi 


fifi.l 


19.fil 


i! FEB 


I2e.fi 


ISl.B 


12fi.S 


86.6 


66.9 


19.98 


MAR 


121.7 


isa.9 


180.0 


39.0 


67.5 


22.48 


APR 


isa.a 


lfi4.fi 


144.7 


88.2 


67.6 


21.94 


MAY 


IAS. 6 


lfi4.fi 


IBfi.fi 


89.8 


66-9 


22.62 i, 


JUN 


lAfi^7 


16fi.9 


168.0 


39.8 


fi&.fi 




JUL 


lAa.o 


Ififi.O 


14fi.2 


aa.a 


57-0 


20-43 


ll AUG 


ifio.a 


Ififi.fi 


167.4 


88.1 


fi7.8 


21.99 


SEP 


ifiA.a 


180.9 


166.4 


89.0 


57.2 


22.30 


! OCT 


163.9 


207.9 


189.1 


42.1 


57.9 


24.34 ' 


!■ NOV 


161.3 


187.9 


170.2 


a8.fi 


fi7.fi 


PR. IP 


ij DEC 


156.0 


190.2 


174.4 


40.8 


57.9 


23.59 


IJ AVERAGE 


144.9 


164.1 


158.5 


39.7 


55.8 


21,96 1 


Soforect Bureaa of Labor Statiatics in cooperation with 
B«Ti««, BRA.. Daring JtoM and Sscambor 1933 and 1934 ac 
porting •■tabliahments voro corerod ooqpletely or (in i 
ooiiq[>l«t«l7 \tj tho ooda definition. 7or explanation of 
■one of ttiieh reaolt in figarac different from those ol 


the Diviaion of 
stlvltiaa of the re- 
I few oaaaa) almoat 
the methoda uaed, 
' B.L.8., aae text. 



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Tablo 52 


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QLA8S OOHTilBSB UDOSSBT 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, qnd Wages, 1933-1935 | 




MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = too 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


1 

WAGES j 




AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Oeati) 


AVERAGE 

WEEKLY 

(Sallura) 1 




EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 




1933-JAN 


n.8 


71.7 


74.2 


42.0 


42.0 


I8.40 




FEB 


77.7 


74.7 


74.4 


98.7 


44.8 


17.fift 




MAR 


e2.f 


80.8 


84.8 


41.1 


44.8 


17.87 




APR 


89.« 


91.4 


96.7 


48.4 


48.8 


la.fifi 




MAY 


101.9 


107.8 


111.4 


44.4 


44.6 


i9-«a 




JUM 


108.6 


117.8 


128.8 


47.fi 


42.B 


19.84 




JUL 


114.8 


111.9 


124.8 


48.9 


41.2 


ia.04 




AUG 


118.8 


110.7 


11^8 


40.2 


4B.7 


17.97 




SEP 


U0.6 


lOB.O 


98.0 


88.8 


fiO^ 


17-69 




OCT- 


106.8 


108.8 


98.8 


37. 8 


4«.2 


la.aa 




NOV 


iie;4 


110.1 


98.S 


afi.8 


fii.a 


i7^«R 1 




DEC 


111.4 


118.6 


97.9 


S6.B 


64.4 


18.62 |l 




AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


40.B 


44.8 


18.89 




i: 




1934 -JAN 


iis.a 


llfi.fi 


98.8 


SB. 2 


B2.fi 


18.14 I 




FEB 


11 7- « 


ieo:A 


104.8 


SB. 9 


fi0'.7 


18.67 1 




MAR 


las.i 


IS8.8 


104.9 


84.B 


BO^ 


17.^9 




APR 


^28.9 


184.2 


112.8 


8B.7 


B2.4 


19.12 ! 




MAY 


iso;t 


188.fi 


114.2 


86.4 


62^ 


18.66 ! 




J UN 


18410 


lS4lfl 


117.B 


5R.4 


fifi.S 


la^fiS 




JUL. 


180.4 


18fi.7 


117.1 


8fi.2 


fie.fi 


18,99 




AUQ 


124.4 


124.0 


104.8 


•4.4 


B8.0 


la.Bfi 




SEP 


181.1 


120.8 


102.8 


S4.1 


B8.7 


ifl.ia 




OCT 


119.7 


127.8 


105.4 


SB.4 


B4.4 


19.86 




NOV 


ltSf3: 


lfi9r< 


ioa.fi 


SB.fi 


B4f2 


IQt^fi 


, 


DEC 


1 »i;-.« 


1M.A 


lftll.4 


SB. 7 


RA.l 


10.SO 


i 


AVERAGE 


124.0 


127-7 


108.6 


86.8 


B2-8 


18-69 J 


I 


II 


\ 


1935- JAN 


lffl«l 


\M>,^ 


'^P2t0 


S4.0 


M*^ 


Ifl.Bl 




FEB 


m-7 


l28rS 


10«.8 


SB.O 


BB.fi 


ia.»4 




MAR 


lltf.A 


122^7 


los.a 


86^2 


fi8.9 


ia.8fi 




APR 


ltt.fi 


122.7 


109.4 


84.0 


64.1 


19.24 




MAY 


114.2 


184.1 


112.B 


S4.0 


64.7 


19.87 




JUN 


1B2.B 


141.7 


120.8 


84.7 


68.7 


19.72 




JUL 


lAOfB 


IMfl 


^«9if» 


87r2 


fiSffi 


Ifi.Afi 




AUG 


I4I.8 


1B4.4 


188.4 


88.1 


68.0 


19.99 




SEP 




144.1 


128.2 


87.0 


64.0 


19.91 




OCT 


192.1 


147.9 


122.7 


57.5 


54.7 


£0.51 ; 




NOV 


lf4.8 


14»i>7 


122.1 


S7.fl 


68.2 


19.92 




DEC 


Mp^t 


iia.7 




82.4 


84.9 


21.10 




AVERAGE 


12«.7 


182.4 


nr.t 


3ft.4 


Ht8 


IU» 




fomrMt BorMta of Uber StakltUea im ooopttratlon wiVx tb« Mrltlon of 
B«Ti«v, m. .Oarlac Jom and SM«Bber 1933 and 1934 «otlylkl*t of «he r«- 
partiac Mtrtllah— nU «tr« MT«r«d oo^platolj or (la « fev ea«**) alaMtt 
•«a|pl«t«l7 >7 Hw Md» doflaltioa. Vsr •:qplanatlon of ttie motfaods usod, 
MM of ibieh rosolt la flcoroa dlfforoat froa thoso of B.L.S., mo Wxt. 



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Factorij Employment, Payrolls, Hours, qncj Wages, 1933-1935 



MONTH 



ia3j3j-_JAN 



FEB 



MAR 



INDEXES 
1933 = ICO 



EMPU3YMENT PAYPOLUS 



IQlti 



;oot» 



HtZ 



XOi.g 



iPOfg 



J&mL. 



MAN-HOURS 



104.7 



108.8 



96.» 



AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 



87.9 



87.7 



37.0 



WAGES 



AVERAGE 
HOURUY 



.AfiA^L. 



.^&«2_ 



.A&aA. 



AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 



_2&«A3L 



JSGuKL 



.^i^Ba_ 



APR 



»6.8 



?1.B 



98.» 



.2&^£. 



.M*8- 



JBiJit. 



MAY 



»6t0 



98.t 



9b«p 



37.8 



.fifths. 



.^4«fia_ 



JUM 



98.6 



JiO. 



97* 6 



37.8 



66.6 



.si^as. 



JUL 



94.9 



94.8 



96. E 



86.0 



64.9 



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99.8 



97.1 



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100.0 



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109.7 



107.8 



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70.8 



70.4 



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107.8 



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72.4 



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73.0 



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111.6 



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110.8 



87.8 



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8otiro«i Bureau of Labor Statlitlos i i ooopsration with thm Division of 
B«Tl««, KUL. Daring Jma and Dae«m^r 1933 and 1934 aotirltiei of tha re- 
porting attabllshoents were corered oonqpleteljr or (in a few catee) almost 
completely "bgr the oode definition. Tor explanation of the methoda used, 
•one of irtiieh result in figures different from those of B.L.S.* s«e text. 



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- 114 - 

Tabl» 54 



floda la«»yy ■■ 



08X1 Xa09 fOONIST hsobsbt 

Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 



MONTH 



INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 



EMPU^yMe:^n: payrolls 



MAN-HOURS 



AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 



WAGES 



AVERAGE 
HOURLY 



AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(DQllMfll 



193^^ -JAN 



JAmA. 



Tfi.t 



74.B 



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47.0 



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Tt.6 



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49.0 



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APR 



MAY 



JUN 



-i&a. 



JAmSL 



71«i4 



Ji&«fi_ 



JAalL 



TB.8 



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j[ft«a_ 



Jiifi«6- 



112.2 



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47.0 



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12.73 



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AUG 



SEP 



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-124«S- 



86.7 



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laa.a 



82.7 



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16.81 



17.08 



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OCT 



IBO.l 



188.1 



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17.66 



NOV 



111.9 



101.8 



120.9 



114.2 



81.9 



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DEC 



117.7 



111.8 



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FEB 



110.2 



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117.7 



188.1 



111.4 



127.8 



81.6 



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17.99 



MAR 



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N/IAY 



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JUL 



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NOV 



DEC 



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jjtiMi. 



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J.4Qm2- 



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128.0 



187.8 



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81.8 



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120.8 



181.7 



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120.9 



189.7 



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187.2 



124.4 



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186.6 



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186.7 



186.1 



181.6 



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187.1 



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Sotkroet Boreaa of Labor Statistics In cooperation with the Division of 
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eoBipletelj hj the code definition. Tor explanation of the methods used, 
some of idxioh resnlt in figures different from those of B.L.S., see text. 



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- 116 - 
Tftble 55 




Code No, 


259 


HIT MAHU7ACTUEING INDUSTHT 
TUB. PELT DIVISION 
Fac+ory Employment, Rayrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH , 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 


AVERAGE 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-MOURS 


1933 -JAM 


90.7 


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MAR 


QO.l 


75,0 








15.63 


APR 


93.5 


76.1 








15.40 


MAY 


94.6 


80.8 








16.17 


JUN 


96.3 


97.1 








19.24 


JUU 


99.2 


101.8 








19.74 


AUG 


116.5 


126. S 








20.83 


SEP 


119^5 


139^ fl 








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97.9 


99.0 








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100.0 








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FEB 


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107,1 


136.4 




3.7.3 


7P.P 


24^20 


SEP 


108.5 


118.4 




27.1 


72.7 


20.68 


OCT 


97.9 


90.8 




24.5 


70.1 


17.97 


NOV 


95.2 


93.1 




27.0 


72.0 


19.39 


DEC 


99.7 


107.1 




29.0 


73.7 


20.99 


AVERAGE 


103-7 


111.5 




29.6* 


70. 6* 


20.53 


II 


1935- JAN 


10S.fi 


104.1 




27.0 


71.8 


19.74 


FEB 


106.3 


121.8 




32.4 


71.1 


22.81 


MAR 


108.7 


124.6 




31.9 


70.6 


22.85 


APR 


109-9 


106.9 




27.2 


70.7 


19.74 


MAY 


104-4 


102.7 




29.2 


69.7 


20.51 


JUN 


96-7 


101.4 




31.2 


69.2 


21.59 


JUL 


105.0 


123.1 




36.3 


69.0 


24.68 


AUG 


117.2 


150.0 




38.8 


70.8 


27.43 


SEP 


114.8 


137.9 




' 36.0 


68.7 


25.33 


OCT 


109.8 


106.7 




27.5 


70.3 


20.87 


NOV 


107-1 


104.4 




2fl.4 


68.1 


19. RS 


DEC 


ina.? 


127. K 




SB. 7 


fifi.K 


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AVERAGE 


107.6 


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31.8 


59.9 


22.49 


Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics. Data are for classification ' 
felt". During June and December 1933 and 1934 approximately 95 |m 
1 the employees reported under this classification were covered by 
definition. For e:q>lanation of the methods used, some of which r* 
figures different from those of B.L.S., see text. 
* 10 month average 


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- 118 - 
fable 56 



Co4a 8(u- IIl 



I06ISBT IHSOBTai 

Factory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, ond Wages, 1933-1935 



MONTH 



INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 



EMPUDYM 



1933 -JAN 



TEB 



MAR 



APR 



MAY 



JUN 



JUL. 



AUG 



SEP 



OCX 



NOV 



VC£_ 



AVERAGE 



1934 -JAN 



FEB 



MAR 



APR 



MAY 



J UN 



JUL. 



AUG 



se;p 



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NOV 



DEC 



LOYMOMT 



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101. a 



110.9 



JU&J^ 



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97.7 



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HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 



' WAGES 

Have RAGE Taverage 



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86.0 ,1 



87.2 



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(Csota) 

1 a£.D. 
30.4 
81.1 
32.6 
£9.9 
30.7 
30.9 
M^5 

_-47.& 

-47«7 

48.1 

47.9 



A'EZEKLY 

(Dollart) 



^- 



11*78 
X£«8« 

11*98- J| 

18»06 ^j 

18,22 

12.64 

16.14 

1A«78 



14.16 



SU% 



6 7 .8 



jjj9a- 



-182*4. 



186.9 



-1S2*4. 



_I£ft«JL 



Jitt*6- 



107.6 



-10&«0- 



J^8«0_ 



127.7 



lap.i 



-66*8- 



-96*1. 



-100*6- 



102.1 



-100*8- 



_ai*6- 



78.1 



an. a 



-29*9- 



98.8 



96.7 



98.2 



26.9 



-34*6- 



-86*8- 



8B.7 



86.1 



-a£*i_ 



29.7 



32.4 



32.4 



?6«8 



86.8 



46*6 

48*8 

48*1 

-47*2 

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80.4 



16. 79 ! 
16.82 
14*39 
16.Q7 I 
16*90_J 
17.fift -J 

17.6a- 

17.89 



AVERAGE 



108.4 



120.7 



90.1 



88tg 



48t6 



Um 




17.2Z_ 



SeorMt Bar«aa of Lalior Statistios in oooperatlon with OlTliion of B«vlew, 
IBi. Sftta for gub-clMalfloation "Hbalory" of classifleatlon "Inlt Ctoodt." 
SarlaiC Jwm aaid Saoanbcr 1933 and 1934, approzlittatoly 95 p«r cent of the 
■qpleyeee mder thle ■id)-olaselfleatlon were oovered "by the Code definition^ 
Ver e3q>laaatien of the methode ueed, aoute of idiioh result in figores dif- 

I f erant fraa VMM of B«L«8«» ■»♦ tei^t . . . ■ ,,.,—. 

D^sToN OF Rrv"w, NRA iTli MJ^fcaa to 1333 cbuui iolai* Uj Hi. 

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Table 57 




Code No. 121 


'— ■ — 

BDTKL INIiaSTBY 

"5 Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wag 


es, 1933-1935 V 




INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 




AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES ^ 


MONTH 




AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 


AVERAGE 

WEEKLY 

(Dollars) 




EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 

i/c/ 


MAN-HOURS 


1933 -JAN 


98.2 


102.5 


99.7 


51.4 


24.3 


13.35 


FEB 


97,9 


102.1 


100.1 


51.8 


24.1 


13.36 


MAR 


95.9 


97.6 


96.4 


50.9 


23,8 


13,00 


APR 


95.9 


94.8 


96.4 


50.9 


23.1 


12.64 


MAY 


97.3 


96.2 


98.8 


51 ;4 


23.0 


12.61 


JUM 


99.2 


96.8 


98.9 


50.6 


23.1 


12.44 


JUL. 


99.3 


96.8 


99.6 


50.8 


22,9 


12.42 


AUG 


100.4 


97.2 


99.3 


50.1 


23.2 


12.35 


SEP 


103.3 


100.9 


102.4 


50.2 


S3. 7 


12.S0 


OCT- 


104.1 


104.6 


103.2 


50.2 


24.2 


12.81 


NOV 


103.2 


103.2 


101.5 


49.8 


24.7 


is.e$ 


DEC 


105.4 


107.6 


103.7 


49.8 


24.9 


13.10 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


50.7 


23.8 


12.79 


" 


1934 -JAN 


109.0 


112.1 


105.0 


48.8 


24.7 


12.35 


FEB 


112.6 


119.3 


106.7 


48.0 


26.2 


12.93 


MAR 


114.7 


121.9 


108.3 


47.8 


26.8 


13. a 


APR 


116.3 


122.8 


107.0 


46.6 


27.3 


13.li 


MAY 


116.7 


123.2 


109.2 


47.4 


27.2 


13.23 


J UN 


116.8 


123.2 


108.9 


47.2 


27.4 


13.25 


JUL. 


114.7 


120.5 


106.2 


46.9 


27.5 


13.22 • 


AUG 


114.1 


117.9 


105.0 


46.6 


27.3 


13.01 


SZP 


114.1 


119.5 


105.7 


46.9 


27.5 


13.13 


OCT 


115.4 


122.8 


107.3 


47.1 


27.8 


13,43 


NOV 


115.0 


122.3 


107.0 


47.1 


27.9 


13.40 


DEC 


114.1 


121.9 


106.6 


47.3 


27.9 


13.50 


AVERAGE 


114.5 


120.6 


106.9 


47.3 


27.1 


13.15 


II 


1935- JAN 


114.6 


121.9 


106.8 


47.2 


27.9 


13.48 


FEB 


115.7 


124.4 


108.8 


47.6 


28.0 


13.66 


MAR 


115.3 


125.2 


109.7 


48.2 


28.0 


13.81 


APR 


115.7 


124.6 


109.0 


47.7 


28.1 


13.67 


MAY 


116.4 


124.8 


110.1 


47.9 


28.0 


13.58 


JUN 


116.0 


124.4 


109.0 


47.6 


28.0 


13.57 


JUL 


114.6 


121.7 


108.2 


47.8 


27.4 


13.36 


AUG 


115.1 


121.5 


108.6 


47.8 


27.5 


13. 26 


SEP 


115.7 


123.6 


109.0 


47.7 


27.7 


13.40 


OCT 


116.4 


126.0 


110.2 


47.9 


27.9 


13.59 


NOV 


116.3 


127.0 


110.2 


48.0 


28.2 


13.71 


DEC 


115.3 


125.8 


110.0 


48.3 


28.2 


13.75 


AVER-AGE 


115.6 


124.2 


109,1 


47,8 


27.9 


13.57 


Source: Bureau of Lab 
payments only}' covei 
Code definition cover 
guest rooms. For ezpl 
figui^s different fro 
or wa^e basis, exceot 


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ing year-ro 
s both year 
anation of 
m those of 
salaried e 


cs. Data are for class 
und hotels with 25 gue 
-round and resort hote 
the methods used, some 
B.L.S., see text, a/ a: 
xeotlTes and managers. 


Ificatlon "] 
St rooms or 
Ls having 1( 

of which r( 
LI employee* 

b/ AS adjus 


flotels (cas k 
more. The 
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38Ult in 

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DIVISION OF REVIEW, NRA 

Industry Statistics Unit, 
ELOrmmh. 



to 1933 census totals (covering all salaried empi oy ee s 
and wage earners), c/ Cash payments only - value of 
board and room and "^ps is not included. 



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Tabl« 68 



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Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, qnd Wages, 1933-1935 j 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGETS 

AVERAGE AVERAGE 

HOURU.- WCEKLY 

(Cents) (Dollars) 


EMPtjOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 

A/ 


MAN-HOURS 


1933 -JAN 


86.8 


88^2 


89,5 


48^8 


^ Bl.0 36*74 _ 
80.1 ' 26.13 _ 


FEB 


87^2 


87.4 


89.3 


48,7 


MAR 


87,2 


86^3 


89^3 


48,7 


48.9 


24.71 Jl 


APR 


89^8 


88^4 


94,0 


50.1 


60,7 


i 34.94 _J 


MAY 


94,9 


95.7 


103.7 


52.0 


48.3 


26.48 


J UN 


109^8 


110,5 


" 12S.1 


53.1 


46.3 


26.36 


JUL 


lia^R 


119,R 


ija,B 


51.1 


_ 48.4 26.06 ]l 


AUG 


11R,« 


118,7 


114^1 


46,6 


64,0 


36.13 


SEP 


n«T,« 


■^iPaO 


109,3 


44.1 


54,4 


24.38 1 
36^06 j 


OCT 


107^8 


108.4 


98.9 


43.5 


57.6 


NOV 


98^0 


98,0 


85,1 


41.1 


63.2 


1 24.90 _ 
25.16 


DEC 


92.8 


93.8 


82.1 


43.1 


61.1 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


47.6 


62.8 


26.08 


II 


1934 -JAN 


91f8 


93.2 


79.2 


40.9 


63.9 


36.09 1 

_ 34,66^1^ 

. 34.56 J 

34.86 j 


FEB 


90,8 


91^1 


77.« 


40.7 


61.6 


MAR 


9X^8 


96.9 


82.6 


41.7 


68«5 


APR 


102.8 


106.1 


94.2 


43.4 


67.1 


MAY 


126.2 


lai.s 


119.4 


46.0 


69.1 j 26.33 1 


J UN 


lZT,fi 


141,9 


133.6 


. 46.0 


66.8 i 26.04 \ 


JUL 


1A»,9 


149, fi 


142,4 


46.9 


52.9 


34.81 J 


AUG 


14A.K 


141,7 


134,fi 


46,4 


52.9 


34.17 J 


SEP 


i?a.« 


124.fi 


llfi.fi 


44.8 


S3. 6 


24.31 


OCT 


llO,S 


113,8 


100.9 


43.3 


57-1 


36.16 


NOV 


100.6 


103.4 


89.3 


43.0 


68.2 


24.96 


DEC 


96-7 


im.i 


88.3 


43.3 


64.8 


35.34 i 


AVERAGE 


113.1 


U6.1 


104.8 


43.6 


67.0 


3*. 86 1 


II 


1935- JAN 


96.4 


100.1 


86.7 


43.5 


55.1 


25.38 


FEB 


97,2 


109,1 


88^2 


42.9 


68.3 


35.35 


MAR 


lftl,» 


108,0 


94.5 


44.1 


56.7 


35.63 


APR 


109.5 


114-4 


102,6 


44.6 


55.1 


26.42 


MAY 


1!«,1 


128.2 


115.3 


44.4 


66.2 


25.16 


JUN 


134.0 


140.8 


131.4 


46.4 


64.4 


26.69 


JUl. 


138.8 


147.9 


140.5 


47.9 


62.4 


26.70 


AU6 


136.2 


142.7 


135.4 


47.1 


63.3 


25.27 , 
25.44 


SEP 


116.8 


124.0 


114.9 


46.6 


53.9 


, OCT 


104.1 


lll.S 


99. S 


40.1 


66.9 


t6.95 


NOV 


97.4 


106.6 


9S.6 


45.6 


56.8 


26.14 


DEC 


94.T 


106.8 


92.7 


46.6 


66.7 


26.69 


/AVERAGE 


112.6 


119.2 


107.9 


46,5 


55.6 


26.64 


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Darias Jons and Dscsnber 1933 and 1934 almost all of the employees reported 
mder this classification were oorered by the pending Code definition. For 
e:q>lanation of the methods nsed, some of which result in figures different 
from those of B.L.S., see text. 
§/ AM adjusted to 1933 census totals by HRA> 



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Fac+ory Employment, PayroilSj Hours, qnd Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

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AVERAOE 
WEEKLY 


EMPUOVMENT 


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1933-JAN 


sa.8 


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FEB 


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MAR 


104.4 


88.8 




SI. 2 


as. 7 


10,63 


APR 


108.4 


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MAY 


110.4 


108.8 




S9,fi 


fH^P. 


lPt97 


JUhJ 


106.4 


104.4 




38.4 


24^7 


i»t?? 


JUL 


94.1 


89.8 




af.» 


26«3 


lfft<Vlf 


AUG 


110.9 


119.7 




' BT.8 


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SEP 


iia.o 


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37.4 


94(t4 


141.64 


OCT 


108.S * 


118.6 




86.8 


37^4 


14fQ6 


NOV 


89.8 


89.1 




ai.A 


44^4 


19.4A 


DEC 


78.4 


76.1 




34.8 


39.4 


12.68 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 




86. a* 


SBM* 


12.B6 




II 


1934 -JAN 


90.4 


los.a 




81.7 


41.2 


14^22 


FEB 


104.8 


120.8 




86.6 


87.4 


18.61 


MAR 


106.8 


126.6 




84.7 


87.7 


14.91 


APR 


111.1 


184.8 




36.8 


38.9 


14.42 


MAY 


112.S 


140.4 




87-0 


89.1 


14.66 


J UN 


104.0 


124.4 




84.8 


40.1 


14.26 


JUL. 


97.8 


102.0 




29.9 


41.0 


12.48. 


AUG 


104.2 


128.6 




88.6 


41.0 


14.18 


SEP 


9S.8 


109.6 




28.7 


46.6 


13-89 


' OCT 


102.« 


123.4 




80.8 


46.1 


14.18 


1 NOV 


99.6 


119.1 




81.4 


41.8 


18.66 


DEC 


98.9 


llfl.l 




88.8 


41.9 


14.38 


AVERAGE 


101.8 


120.4 




38.0 


40.9 


13.96 




II 


1935- JAN 


90.8 


106.8 




81.8 


S9.fi 


13.81 


FEB 


98.9 


129.9 




34.6 


46.6 


16.26 


MAR 


104.0 


140.6 




86.0 


41.1 


16.36 


APR 


106.S 


147.2 




37.3 


40.2 


16.68 


MAY 


98.S 


180.6 




36.5 


39.6 


14.77 


JUN 


86.4 


109.8 




34.3 


39.8 


14.27 


JUL 


92.6 


116.6 




3B.4 


37.9 


14.07 


AUG 


102.0 


132.7 




36.7 


88.7 


14.67 


SEP 


97.8 


128.1 




36.0 


39.3 


14.66 


OCT 


101.4 


134.8 




36.5 


39.3 


14. R9 


NOV 


108.8 


14«.2 




S7.« 


Sft.7 


18.0R 


DEC 


99.0 


152.7 




87.4 


39.2 


14.76 


AVERAGE 


96.e 


lJi9.S 




35.7 


40.0 


14.80 


SowMt BoTMU of Labor Statistiof In oooporatlon with the BlTlalon of 
BoTlow, HRi. Daring Jtmo and Dooantbor 1933 and 1934 aotlTitloB of the re- 
porting •ttabliafaments were eoTered completely or (in a few cases) aLnost 
ooaQ>lete]7 by the code definition* for explanation of the methods used, 
sane of whioh result in figures different from those of B.L.S., see text. 
* iTerace for 10 months. 



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Fac+ory Elmployment, Payrolls, Hours, qnd Wages, 1933-1935 





8«Tiro«« Bnraau of Labor Statlttloi. Data art for claaalf ioatlon "Blast 
fumacaa, sta^l lorka, and rolling Bills". Sarlac Jxma and SBoambsr 1933 
and 1934 approzlnataly 94 par eant of tha vqploTaas reportad ondar this 
olassif iofttion, wara ooTarad V tha Coda dafinltion. Tor a:qplanation of tha 
■Mthoda Ksad, aoaw of ahlah rasalt in flgoraa dlffarant from thosa of B.L. 
Jtaxt^.. fj km ad-lTiatad to 19B3 aaa gm totftls Tar IRi. - 



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Table 61 




Code No 


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'■ 

KNITTED OUTERWEAR INDUSTHT 

Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH ■ 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollars) 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933-JAN 


98.6 


100.9 


111.4 


44.3 


24.6 


14.38 


FEB 


93.8 


94.5 


97.6 


40.8 


29.7 


14.09 


MAR 


73.9 


64.0 


69.7 


37.0 


29.4 


12.10 


APR 


82.1 


71.1 


71-6 


34.2 


31.5 


12.12 


MAY 


97.6 


94.4 


101.0 


40.6 


29.S 


12.51 


J UM 


106.0 


102.2 


125.8 


46.5 


28.5 


13.46 


JUL 


113; 5 


108.9 


131.4 


45.4 


29.4 


13.39 


AUG 


114.8 


119.7 


104.5 


35.7 


40.8 


14.56 


SEP 


115.3 


ISfi-P 


IDfi.fl 


.•^fi^."^ 


42^7 


15.16 


OCT- 


114.6 


t:V).7 


inp.i 


.-^7.0 


41.5 


15.94 


NOV 


im.R 


infi,R 


R9,n 


:ka..a 


40.8 


14.75 


DEC 


88.4 


81.4 


83.2 


36.9 


42.5 


15.51 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


39.1 


35.6 


14.08 




1934 -JAN 


94.5 


87.0 


85.1 


35.3 


43.5 


15.51 


FEB 


109.3 


104.0 


101.6 


36.4 


43.1 


16.03 


MAR 


111.6 


10S.8 


101.3 


35.6 


43.4 


15.55 


APR 


115.2 


108.9 


109.3 


37.2 


43.6 


15.84 


MAY 


118.5 


111.3 


106.0 


35.1 


43.5 


15.61 


J UN 


105.0 


95.0 


89.4 


33.4 


44.4 


14.80 


JUU 


95.6 


87.7 


84.9 


34.8 


43.3 


IS. 03 • 


AUQ 


94.6 


91.7 


B7.1 


36.1 


44.6 


15.90 


SEP 


105.8 


100,6 


88.8 


.32.9 


45.1 


15.56 


OCT 


110.1 


117.2 


lOP.l 


36.4 


45.1 


17.14 


NOV 


ICa.R 


99.4 


88.4 


33.4 


46.5 


15.35 


DEC 


qq.fi 


q4.9 


83.8 


33.0 


46.6 


15.23 


AVERAGE 


105.3 


100.0 


94.0 


35.0 


44.4 


15.65 


II 


1935- JAN 


106.2 


103.7 


94.2 


34.8 


45.2 


16.08 


FEB 


110.6 


112.8 


98.9 


35.1 


46.1 


16.82 


MAR 


111.1 


110.0 


98.0 


34.6 


45.4 


16.26 


APR 


107.0 


103.4 


90.8 


33.3 


46.2 


15.81 


MAY 


107.5 


103.3 


92.4 


33.7 


45.8 


15.45 


JUN 


101.0 


97.4 


89.6 


34.8 


46.8 


16.26 


JUL 


98.9 


93.7 


86.0 


34.1 


45.9 


15.98 


AUG 


109.9 


113.2 


104.5 


37.3 


45.2 


17.29 


SEP 


120.2 


129.8 


121.7 


39.7 


45.3 


18.21 


OCT 


121.3 


128.6 


124.4 


40.2 


45.0 


18.24 


NOV 


112.6 


111.0 


107.8 


37.5 


45.0 


16.99 


DEC 


101.3 


97.7 


94.4 


36.5 


45.6 


16.73 


AVERAGE 


109.0 


108,7 


100,5 


36.0 


45.6 


16.68 


Source: Barean of Labor Statiatloa in cooperation wit 
nUL. Data are for sob-^laaslflcatlon "Knitted Oaterwe 
"Salt goods." During Jxoie and December 1933 and 1934 
cent of the en^loyees tinder this Bub-olaselfication we 
definition. Tor ezplanatlon of the methods uaed, some 
flxni>f| ^Iffsrint i^o^ those of B.L.S., see text. 


h OlTlslon of Review, 
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f^proximately 85 per 
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LAUNDRY TRADE 
■ Employment, Payrolls, Hours, qnd Wages, 1933-1935 a/ 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = 100 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollars) 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933 -JAN 


100.7 


103.6 


104.1 


42.0 , 


35.4 


15.24 


TEB 


99.1 


98.9 


101.9 


41,9 


33.8 


14.68 


MAR 


97.1 


94.0 


99.1 


41.5 


33.3 


14.35 


APR 


97.4 


95.6 


100.4 


41.9 


33.6 


14.53 


MAY 


97.4 


96.2 


101.6 


42.4 


33.3 


14.60 


J UN 


100.4 


99.8 


104.8 


42.4 


33.2 


14.70 


JUL 


100.7 


98.3 


105.0 


42.4 


33,1 


14.58 


AUG 


10S.6 


100.9 


101.7 


40.S 


36.4 


14.70 


SCP 


104. S 


106.9 


99.6 


38.8 


38.5 


15.13 


OCX 


102.6 


104.1 


97.4 


38.6 


39.1 


15.11 


NOV 


98.8 


101.0 


92.2 


37.9 


37.6 


14.59 


DEC 


96.8 


101.8 


92.2 


37.9 


• 37.9 


14.73 


avetrage: 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


40.7 


35.4 


14.75 


II 


1934 -JAN 


99.0 


102.7 


94.0 


38.6 


37.9 


14.83 


FEB 


98.8 


102.7 


94.1 


38.7 


37.5 


14.84 


MAR 


99.9 


104.3 


95.9 


39.0 


37.6 


14.82 


APR 


101.5 


107.2 


98.4 


39.4 


38.0 


15.01 


MAY 


103.5 


111.3 


101.3 


39.8 


38.1 


15.37 


J UN 


105.9 


113.7 


103.9 


59.9 


37.8 


15.30 


JUU 


106.7 


113.5 


105.0 


40.0 


37.8 


15.32 


AUG 


105.5 


110.8 


103.0 


39.7 


37.5 


15.08 


SEP 


104.6 


109.7 


101.4 


39.4 


37.6 


15.06 


OCT 


103.0 


107.9 


95.3 


39.1 


37.6 


14.89 


NOV 


101.2 


105.9 


97.7 


39.2 


37.1 


14.81 


DEC 


100.3 


105.4 


96.7 


39.2 


37.4 


14.95 


AVERAGE 


102.5 


107.9 


98.9 


39.3 


37.7 


15.02 


II 


1935- JAN 


100.4 


106.5 


98.6 


39.9 


37.0 


15.12 


FEB 


100.4 


106.6 


99.9 


40.4 


36.2 


15.19 


MAR 


100.4 


107.5 


100.1 


40.5 


36.4 


15.38 


APR 


100.8 


109.0 


100.5 


40.5 


36.8 


15.53 


MAY 


102.3 


110.8 


102.4 


40.7 


36.7 


15.60 


JUN 


103.8 


113.5 


104.4 


40.9 


36.9 


15.75 


JUL 


106.4 


118.0 


109.4 


41.6 


36.6 


15.98 


AUG 


106.2 


115.1 


109.3 


41.3 


36.3 


15.56 


SEP 


104.7 


113.0 


104.6 


40.6 


36.8 


15.58 


OCT 


103.2 


111.7 


102.9 


40.5 


36.8 


15.56 


NOV 


102.6 


111.0 


102.7 


40.7 


36.7 


15.63 


DEC 


102.3 


112.2 


103.7 


41.2 


36.6 


15.71 


AVERAGE 


102.8 


1U.2 


10?,1 


40.8 


36.7 


15.85 


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idiieh coTort 0147 •■tabUsbments muting mechanical power and is lees li^ 
closlTe than the code 4ef Initios. Tor explanation of the methodt used, 
•one of lAiioh reanlt In figares different froo thoie of B.L.S*, aee text. 
^ All eatploTeee, exoept ealaried ezecutlTes and managers* 
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(SmeltiBg And Bef icing Division Onljr) 
Fac+ory Employment, Hquro! Is, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

{Cents) 


AVERAOE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollars J 


EMPLDYMtNT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933 -JAN 


92.6 


100.8 








17.00 


FEB 


9B.1 


114.8 








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MAR 


99.0 


110.8 








19.B9 


APR 


75.6 


82.5 




fiO-6 


KJ.17 


MAY 


66.0 


72.2 




47-4 


22. ?8 


JUN 


73.7 


77.1 




50.2 


46-1 


PI. 87 


JUL. 


B0.7 


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49^5 


44.9 


21.12 


AUG 


87.0 


86.0 




44.0 


45.7 


20-09 


SEP 


113.8 


92.0 




38.4 


49 -B 


Ifi.Bl 


OCX 


1S4.8 


123.8 




36.4 


fiO-1 


l8t^R 


NOV 


14S.9 


133-7 




afi.7 


50t6 


lfi.5& 


DEC 


136. S 


123.5 


34.9 


51.0 


17.79 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


4L.9* 


48.2* 


19.15 


II 


1934 -JAN 


142.5 


iai-7 




35. 9 


BO.fi 


^fl-lfi 


FEB 


134- a 


131-6 




37.8 


BO. 9 


"t9^?a 


MAR 


133.fi 


139-4 




40-6 


BO. 9 


20.fi4 


APR 


122.7 


126.3 




38.9 


51 -a 


20.16 


MAY 


126.9 


124.7 




38-9 


52-2 


20.32 


JUN 


131-1 


127-2 




aa^A 


fil,9 


?0.04 


JUL. 


127.6 


187-a 




S9»l 


58 19 


f0.71 


AUQ 


128.0 


121.1 




a7t9 


PI .6 


19.50 


SEP 


128.2 


iia-fi 




36^5 


5«,9 


19.1?^ 


OCT 


iaa.7 


129.0 




35.6 


BB-l 


IB. 91 


NOV 


149.2 


144.fi 




35.7 


5?n4 


lBt70 


DEC 


IRfl.B 


156. 1 




a7.o 


51.3 


19.00 


AVERAGE 


1S4.7 


131.4 




37.7 


51.8 


19.55 


II 


1935- JAN 


146.9 


189.5 




34.4 


53-0 


18.25 


FEB 


146.2 


144.6 




35.4 


53-7 


19-01 


MAR 


129.7 


124.0 




34-7 


53.0 


18.89 


, APR 


125.2 


121.1 




55-1 


53-0 


IB -60 


MAY 


128.7 


123.3 




34.8 


52.7 


18.34 


JUN 


134.9 


133.3 




35.4 


53.5 


18.91 


JUL 


130.6 


ISl.l 




36. 1 


63.9 


19. on 


AUG 


133.5 


130.5 




35.3 


54.1 


19-11 


SEP 


140.1 


141.4 




36.0 


54.8 


19-73 


OCT 


158.3 


161.5 




36.4 


54.9 


19.95 


NOV 


164.5 


171-5 




37.1 


54.5 


20.19 


DEC 


168.1 


189.5 




59.9 


56.0 


21.96 


AVERAGE 


142.2 


142.6 




?S.8 


53.8 


19.g? 


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porting establishments were covered ooiq>letel7 or (in a few oases) almost 
coaqpletely by the code definition. Tor explanation of the methods used, 
BOM of Triiioh result in figures different from those of B.L.S., see text. 
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113.2 



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146.6 



108.8 



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56.9 



21.46 



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LUUEER AHD TDCBER PBODUCTS INDUSTRY . 

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14.11 ; 
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Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Ctnti) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

f Dollar.! 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLL-S 


MAN-HOURS 


1933-JAN 


Qfi^a 


a^.« 


a4ffi 


34,2 


58.2 


81.10 


TEB 


as.s 


afi.fi 


afi.s 


86.1 


66*4 


21 .n4 


MAR 


70.8 


fii.a 


fi^,9 


31,0 


63.7 


17.78 


APR 


71.7 


«9.f 


fiS-f 


SOrIt 


P\+7 


1$.9Q 


MAY 


7S.9 


44.9 


70.4 


33,0 


Bl.fi 


17.97 


JUN 


aa.fi 


79.0 


afi.a 


3B.7 


fi8.4 


19.48 


JUL 


a9.fi 


aa.7 


9fir« 


87.1 


fia.a 


20-27 


AUG 


10B.fi 


108. B 


10fi.fi 


33.7 


B7.fi 


19.44 


SEP 


119.A 


iai.fi 


117.8 


34.0 


fi9.fi 


20-31 


OCX 


lS».f» 


i9?tf 


■>«?t$ 


SR,0 


^Sfl^l 


20tfi2 


NOV 


la^.i 


140.0 


144.9 


?Pt9 


97,7 




DEC 


lAfi.t 


160-B 


ifia.o 


36. 1 


B7-7 


21.04 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


S4.4 


Sfi.B 


19. 7B 


II 


1934 -JAN 


1R7t« 


174.0 


170. p 


37.4 


57.3 


21.36 


FEB 


177^fi 


8oa.i 


20fi.fi 


39.B 


57-4 


22.76 


MAR 


iafi-7 


208.3 


203.8 


38.6 


57.0 


22.1^ 


APR 


180.4 


206.9 


199.6 


38. S 


67.8 


22.27 


MAY 


iai.7 


214. £ 


200.0 


S8.1 


60.1 


£2.90 


JUN 


iai,7 


811 f 9 


19fi.4 


37.8 


60.0 


22.69 


JUU 


177.4 


i9fi.a 


iai.4 


afi,4 


60.6 


21.56 


AUG 


170.0 


190.1 


17B,3 


SB.7 


61.0 


21.83 


SEP 


IflA.O 


207^0 


192.9 


3fi.8 


61.0 


22.22 1 


OCT 


laa.a 


804.8 


190.1 


Sfi.O 


61.4 


22.13 


NOV 


iao.7 


SO^fl 


19£rfi 


Sfi,9 


60.8 


22.47 


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ifl7:o 


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207.^8 


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61.8 


23.42 


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17fl-7 


804.1 


192.8 


37*4 


69.6 


22.31 


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1935- JAN 


10?. 7 


294.9 


217,1 


38,8 


61.4 


23.82 


FEB 


^it^ 


Sfil.S 


234.8 


40.3 


61.7 


24.69 


MAR 


S10.fi 


8fi7.0 


249.4 


41.0 


61.6 


25.26 


APR 


817^4 


274,1 


2fifi.S 


40.9 


61.6 


25.23 


MAY 


9»n,a 


aflR^O 


268.4 


48.1 


61.6 


25.93 


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P?ff.l 


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42.fi 


62.2 


26.47 


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?A0t4 


Rl^,4 


43,0 


62,6 


26-89 


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sas.a 


357.6 


46.6 


62.1 


28.24 


SEP 


288. fi 


3Bfi.a 


361.5 


44.3 


62.0 


27.49 


OCT 


288.2 


396.5 


374.6 


45.0 


61.3 


27.62 


NOV 


292.2 


40S.8 


S7S.4 


44.6 


82.1 


27.fifi 


DEC 


297.8 


43S.8 


402. B 


46.8 


fi2.fi 


29.20 


AVERAGE 


247,0 


399.4 


S0S.6 


42.9 


61.8 


26.57 


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U&CHISERI AND ALLISD PBODUCTS UIDISTBT 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 1 


INDEXES 
1933 = ICO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Ceata) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(SOUftlB) 


EMPUDYMENT 


PAYROUUS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933-JAN 


81.0 


74.2 


70.8 


28-7 


64.6 


17-19 


FEB 


82.1 


77.3 


77.7 


30,7 


fiA.1 


17.44 


MAR 


74-2 


62-9 


64.6 


2a.fi 


64.4 


16. aa 


APR 


76-2 


64.2 


68. 


29.3 


5?.a 


lB.7fi 


MAY 


79-9 


72.2 


76-2 


31.3 


B2-3 


lfi.90 


JUN 


B&.2 


84.8 


92.2 


36.6 


62.6 


18.68 


JUL. 


97.8 


loa.B 


11S,^ 


38.0 


6?..Z 


19.89 


AUG 


llB^fi 


123.0 


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SA.7 


fi6,a 


19.8fi 


SEP 


lS«.fi 


1J>7^7 


l^tO 


SP.7 


Rfl,6 


19.91 


OCX 


lSR-6 


lAP.S 


137,5 


34*2 


58,9 


?0,24 


NOV 


128. S 


135.8 


128.9 


33.0 


69.8 


19.54 i 


DEC 


125.S 


131.9 


126.8 


38.5 


59.S 


19.74 i 


AVERAGE 


lOO.cr 


100.0 


100.0 


32.6 


56.4 


18.S7 i 


li 


1934 -JAN 


120.6 


127.8 


121.6 


33.1 


59.6 


19.66 I 


FEB 


122.0 


133.7 


127.5 


34.3 


59.7 


20.42 ! 


MAR 


129.2 


142.0 


134.6 


34.2 


59.6 


20. 3S 


APR 


135. S 


161.0 


150.4 


36.6 


60.7 


22.11 


MAY 


145.1 


173.8 


161.8 


36.6 


60.8 


22.32 1 


JUN 


149.7 


182.3 


178.8 


39.2 


61.9 


22.69 


JUU 


154.0 


182.3 


166.5 


35.5 


62-0 


22.07" 


AUG 


lfi6.fi 


186.9 


169.6 


36.5 


62.3 


22.14 1 


SEP 


1S4-4 


179,1 


160.9 


34-2 


62.8 


21.53 1 


OCT 


154.0 


185.6 


164.1 


36.0 


62.4 


21.82 i 


NOV 


lfiO-9 


182.2 


159-9 


34.8 


62.7 


21.62 


DEC 


IRO^R 


186.4 


162. 7 


35.6 


62.7 


22.37 


AVERAGE 


142-5 


168.7 


154-9 


35.4 


61.4 


21.61 


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1935- JAN 


147^1 


100.2 


157-7 


36-2 


62.3 


21.91 


FEB 


148.2 


186.9 


162.0 


35-9 


62.5 


22.44 


MAR 


164.8 


199.1 


172.5 


36.6 


62.0 


22.96 


APR 


159-rl 


19fl.O 


168.8 


36.2 


63-2 


22.84 


MAY 


1B1.8 


196.9 


168.3 


36.4 


62.9 


22.89 


JUN 


150.8 


195.2 


170-4 


37.1 


63.3 


23.51 


JUU 


141.0 


176.1 


1R4.fi 


36.0 


62-8 


22.66 ! 


AUG 


144-5 


1S9.2 


166-4 


37.8 


63.0 


23.80 


SEP 


145.8 


192.8 


169-7 


38.2 


63.1 


24.08 1 


OCT 


146.8 


202.3 


178.9 


40.0 


62.5 


25.08 ■ 


NOV 


149,,^ 


?r>^,z 


181 .6 


?9.9 


RZ.5 


24.^9 1 


DEC 


149.3 


214-4 


187.8 


41 .S 


fiX-O 


26.09 


AVERAGE 


148.5 


194.7 


168.S ' 


27.6 


62.8 


23.60 


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porting establishments were covered oonipletely or (in a few cases) almost 
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Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 



MONXH 



INDEXES 
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WEEK 



WAGES 



AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

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108.0 



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2fl.8 



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13.21 



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77.2 



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ia.fi2 



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IQQ.Q 



JJ2IML 



36.9 



37.fi 



-ia*£4- 



~l 



1934 -JAN 



_iflajL 



121.4 



-9fl*a_ 



-afi*a- 



4a.4 



16.17 



FEB 



JiZLS- 



167.4 



129.fi 



36.2 



47.fi 



17.10 



MAR 



JAZ^ 



173.0 



134.4 



afi.2 



47.4 



16.67 



APR 



A^a^z. 



197.0 



J^L^ 



37.7 



47.2- 



17.90 



MAY 



148.7 



_lMAfi_ 



j^a^a_ 



_a6^i. 



60.7 



-la^aA- 



JUN 



A2a«2_ 



149.4 



106. fl 



32. a 



61 .4 



16.66 



JUL 



_lQfi*9- 



129.3 



89. fl 



31.3 



fi2.6 



16.60 



AUG 



100.7 



110.9 



77. fl 



28.8 



62.1 



16.06 



SEP 



OCT 



_fla*a_ 



88.7 



96.2 



67.3 



2fl.4 



JiSu6- 



_6&a2_ 



27.4 



61.8 



sa.i 



14.62 



JA^LiL 



NOV 



96.8 



116.0 



flO.9 



31.3 



62.7 



16.2>6 



DEC 



Ul.6 



147.9 



104.^ 



-34*S- 



f>?.4 



ifl.ia 



AVERAGE 



116.4 



141.0 



103.7 



32.9 



60.6 



16.62 



1935- JAN 



127.6 



173.1 



n».9 



34.7 



61.6 



17.flO 



FEB 



jLasL.2- 



204.4 



142.9 



3fl.2 



Sl.fi 



19.61 



MAR 



142.4 



203.1 



141.1 



36.9 



61.3 



lfl.97 



APR 



lafl.fl 



201.1 



136.7 



36.7 



62.4 



19.20 



MAY 



12fi.O 



169.6 



114.1 



-34*CL 



62.6 



17.fl6 



JUN 



lOfl.B 



135.0 



91.2 



.^1 .3 



62.9 



16.66 



JUL 



. AUG 



JIl6*fi- 



102.R 



120.0 



fin. 6 



2fl.2 



137.4 



fl9.7 



32.5 



62.0 



62.6 



14.66 



17.10 



SEP 



117.7 



17fi.fi 



114.7 



36.3 



62.7 



19.14 



OCT 



116.4 



1 79 .8 



A1£lm^ 



57.3 



sg.ft 



19.7fi 



NOV 



126.2 



201.8 



1?0.1 



58.7 



65.0 



20.62 



DEC 



129.9 



213.7 



»8,8 



39.8 



62.6 



20.94 



AVERAGE 



125. 3 



176.3 



117.9 



55.4 



52.3 



JA^il. 



SoTiroAt Bareau of Labor Statlatloa In cooperation with the DlTlsion of 
Bevlew, ISA. During June and Oeoeober 1933 and 1934 actlvitlea of the re- 
portli\g eetabllabments were covered campletely or (in a few cases) almost 
eoiqiletely by the code definition. For explanation of the methods used, 
some of which result in figures different from those of B.L.S., see text. 



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lo&i PACKiK aaasna 

Factory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONXH « 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollars) 
20.65 


EMPUOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN- HOURS 


1933 -JAN 


88. a 


88.3 


94.2 


46.4 


44.2 


TEB 


88.4 


86.8 


92fl 


4fi.2 


_44.2, 
44.4 

43.2 


. J0.19 

- 18.68 

19.94 


MAR 


86.3 


80.9 


84.0 


42.3 


APR 


8T.1 


86.8 


91.6 


46.6 


MAY 


91.8 


91.7 


101.0 


47.8 


JI3.6 


30*00 _ 

»a7 __ 

-30.16 . 

19.78 - J 

19,65 

19.73 _ 
-19.86 _ 

21.22 


JUN 


94.7 


95.8 


106.1 


^48.2^ 


.„40.9 
-_49*0 


JUL. 


97.4 


98.2 


110.6 


49.3 


AUG 


107.7 


106.5 


99.9 


40.3 


SEP 


116.9 


115.5 


107.7 


40.0 


49.8 


OCX 


116.1 


114.9 


106.1 


39.7 


49.9 


NOV 


113.3 


113.3 


104.0 


39.9 


48.8 


DEC 


113.3 


131.3 


103.8 


40.2 


52.6 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


48.7 


46.0 30.00 1 


II 


1934 -JAN 


110.4 


la.o 


104.0 


40.9 


52.6 


^.46 


FEB 


109.2 


116.3 


98.6 


89.2 


53.0 


20.78 


MAR 


106.3 


U2.3 


94.5 


38.6 


53«0 


30.73 . 
30.88 


APR 


106.7 


112.6 


96.1 


39.1 


53.0 


MAY 


110.6 


119.4 


101.4 


39.8 


53.5 


21.18 


JUN 


116.0 


139.0 


107.6 


40.8 


53.1 


^ 33L*(B 


JUU 


118.6 


136.1 


115.4 


42.3 


63.1 


33.46 


AUG 


138.7 


146.3 


124.4 


42.0 


63.0 


33.34 


SEP 


138.7 


161.6 


137.4 


43.0 


52.2 


23.73 
23.83 


OCT 


134.6 


158.2 


127.1 


4L.0 


64.8 


NOV 


128.1 


148.9 


118.3 


41.1 


64.7 


^ 38.Q7_ 


DEC 


120.7 


146.4 


111.4 


40.1 


57.3 


23.32 


AVERAGE 


118.7 


1».8 


111.3 


40.6 


58.6 


21.96 


II 


1935- JAN 


107.9 


124.3 


97.4 


39.2 


56.1 


22.26 


FEB 


99.8 


118.2 


88.9 


38.7 


55.5 


21.70 


MAR 


94.8 


108.7 


84.6 


38.7 


66.3 


23.09 


APR 


93.8 


109.9 


86.7 


39.9 


66.0 


22.67 


MAY 


92.2 


109.6 


84.9 


40.0 


56.1 


22.78 


JUN 


93.2 


110.6 


86.8 


40.0 


56.3 


22.77 


JUL 


92.0 


110.9 


86.2 


40.7 


55.7 


23.09 


AUG 


90.9 


108.3 


84.2 


40.2 


55.9 


22jJB7 
33.38 


SEP 


90.4 


109.6 


84.9 


40.8 


66.5 


OCT 


91.2 


111.8 


87.2 


41,5 


56.2 


23.63 


NOV 


94.8 


114-fi 


89.8 


41.1 


.56.4 
55.8 


23.19 


DEC 


fifi.R 


117.9 


9S.6 


42.1 


23.53 


AVERAGE 


94.8 


11S.6 


87.8 


40.2 


66.0 


22. 8S 


8eiire«t Bureau of Labor Statistics. Data are for classification "Slau^te • 

lag and asat packing." Establishments reporting imder this olasaifioation 

reported that they were operating ooopleteljr or (in a few cases) almost 

conqpletely toider the modified 7BX for Meat Packers. For e:qplanation of the 

methods used, some of which result in figures different from those of 
B.L.8., see text. 



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IBDXtlf AID LO»-FRICID JUBSI l<AlDrACTlS»S IflDOSIST 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONT-H 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Canta) 


AVERAGE 
WEEXLY 

(Dollara) 


EMPUOYN/ttNT 


PAYROUL.S 


MAN-HOURS 


1933 -JAN 


86.9 


83.2 


80.9 


33.6 


47.5 


17134 


FEB 


91.4 


83.7 


86.7 


34.2 


47.fi 


16.79 


MAR 


8713 


76.9 


ftf?.P 


34,1 


45,3 


15,90 


APR 


86.9 


79.4 


7fi-a 


31.9 


47;9 


16,70 


MAY 


88.9 


85.0 


83^5 


33.9 


46.4 


17,47 


J UN 


M^B 


90.8 


9S,S 


Sfi^B 


44,1 


17; 55 


«JU1_ 


9o;o 


ffP,9 


94,8 


M,0 


4?.7 


17.Afl 


AUG 


It^i^ 


l<^*3 


n«.fl 


3^3 9 


42.0 


17.f& 


SEP 


'iia;a 


1Sffl„«» 


■nR,« 


MA. 


4Q,1- 


lfl.96 


OCT- 


19ft.fl 


11W,3 


19A.6 


S4»„9 


4^.^ 


19.<f7 


NOV 


ll''«0 


13>,0 


-124.9. 


aft, II 


4Q,A 


19.41 


DEC 


107-.1 


119.ft 


10S.9 


sfi.a 


Bl.l 


i9.aa 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


35.9 


46.9 


17.89 


II 


1934 -JAN 


99;? 


108.7 


87.1 


3U6 


62.0 


17.89 


FEB 


109.6 


116.6 


108.7 


35.8 


49.6 


18.46 


MAR 


117.4 


123.6 


116.6 


36.6 


49.0 


18.31 


APR 


119.7 


136.4 


117.1 


3S.3 


M.4 


18.27 


MAY 


118.8 


123.9 


114,6 


34.8 


60.7 


18.08 


J UN 


116.6 


122.1 


109.2 


33.8 


53.4 


18.18 


JUU 


1U.1 


114.3 


ioe.0 


33.0 


54.2 


17.81 


AUG 


118.6 


126.7 


114.6 


34.9 


63.6 


18.78 


SEP 


133.9 


146.9 


133.4 


36.2 


51.1 


18.96 


OCT 


143.6 


166.4 


154.6 


38i8 


50.5 


20.09 


NOV 


138.7 


i8e;6 


146.6 


38.1 


51.5 


19.81 


DEC 


134 2 


160.3 


141.0 


37.9 


54.3 


20.87 


AVERAGE 


131.6 


132.0 


120.4 


36.5 


61.6 


18.79 


II 


1935- JAN 


123.6 


128.4 


119.8 


36.0 


54.1 


19.58 


FEB 


127.3 


036.6 


128.8 


36.5 


53.7 


19.64 


MAR 


127.1 


136.3 


125.4 


35.6 


54.4 


19.41 


APR 


128.2 


130.0 


120.4 


34,7 


63.6 


18.78 


MAY 


118.7 


126.9 


113.6 


34.5 


64.8 


18.94 


JUN 


118.1 


126.2 


110.3 


33.7 


57.8 


19.61 


JUL 


120.6 


120;9 


114.0 


34.1 


64.0 


18.16 


AUG 


130.7 


138.6 


134.8 


37.2 


63.2 


19.69 


SEP 


149.7 


172.4 


169.7 


40.9 


62.1 


21.77 


OCT 


160.5 


194.2 


194.4 


43.7 


50.6 


22.67 


NOV 


}B1,|I 


1*9.4 


IfOtO 


M.l 


R2-4 


2ft-4T 


DEC 


IBT.l 


IM.fi 


1M.9 


40.8 


BB.4 


S2.B9 


AVERAGE 


lU.i 


144.9 


1S7.1 


87.0 


B8.B 


20 lis 


8«WM} BoTMU of Labor Statlttlos. Sbta aro for olMolfleatloa 
Octrlag JvDO and Soooabor 1933 and 1934 agpproziBatolj 86 par oan% 
mpl9j99» rapcTtod toidor thla olaaoifleation «er« corarad "by tha 
Bltlea. Tor oi^laaatlon of tho nathoda uaad, soBa of ablch raaul 
waa dlfforent froa tho aa of B.L.8.> aaa tazt* 

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Table 71 




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■ ■ — — i_ 

Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = IOC 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cants) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(SoUuTfi) 


EMPLOYMSNT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933 -JAN 


90.9 


79.6 


96.4 


87.1 


32.9 


14.08 


rers 


103. a 


103.8 


)!p.-ft 


41^8 


33.1 


16.18 


MAR 


101.fi 


94^7 


117*3 


40-a 


37.3 


14,96 


APR 


04.a 


77.5 


107-0 


39.9 


37.0 


13.12 


MAY 


87.8 


65-7 


85.7 


34.5 


_89.5 _ 
__89.0 
84.4 


13.03 

13*63. 

16^66 

18«36 

19.81 

19.81 


JUN 


93.7 


79.0 


105.2 


39.7 


JUL. 


105.0 


108.2 


127.6 


43.0 


AUG 


108.0 


122.8 


103.6 


S3.9 


63,0 


SEP 


110.5 


136.2 


104.6 


33.6 


63.6. _ 


OCT- 


10B.2 


133.4 


95.2 


21-1 


66.0 


NOV 


99.9 


107.8 


72.9 


26.8 


61.1 


17.S1 
16.20 


DEC 


96.4 


91.3 


63.6 


23.3 


average: 


100.0 


100^0 J 


100^0 


36.4 


46.6 


16,90 


II 


1934 -JAN 


101.8 


112.4 


76.1 


26.1 


65.8 


17.72 


FEB 


lla-3 


138.1 


91.4 


28.8 


65.7 


19.33 


MAR 


112.8 


144.7 


97.6 


30-6 


65.4 


20-17 


APR 


107.8 


124.9 


84.1 


27.6 


64.6 


18.16 

16a23 


MAY 


94.6 


98.0 


66.3 


34.8 


66.6 


JUN 


97.8 


109.3 


74.4 


26.9 


67.3 


17.64 


JUU 


104.6 


123.5 


82.2 


27-8 


67.4 


18.64 • 


AUG 


114.5 


149.6 


90.0 


27.8 


67.8 j 18.62 


SEP 


116.4 


138.7 


82.6 


26.3 


68.3 


17.44 


OCT 


U1.7 


139.7 


83.7 


26.6 


66.4 


17.77 


NOV 


102.1 


113.6 


67.6 


23.4 


67.6 


15.78 


DEC 


102.6 


117-5 


71.0 


24.5 


66.9 


16.33 


AVERAGE 


106.5 


126.8 


80.6 


26.7 


66.6 


17.80 


II 


1935- JAN 


108.0 


127.0 


78.8 


25.8 


64.6 


16.79 


FEB 


117.9 


161.7 


99.7 


29.9 


66.9 


19.71 


MAR 


122.6 


1G7.4 


116.8 


33.4 


66.7 


21.97 


APR 


122.4 


187.2 


114.2 


33.0 


67.6 


22.20 


MAY 


109.0 


133.4 


82.3 


26.7 


66.0 


17.90 


JUN 


108.6 


134.9 


84.8 


27.6 


67.3 


18.52 


JUL 


113.8 


143.0 


91.1 


28.3 


64.2 


18.33 


AUG 


119.7 


162.8 


103.9 


30.7 


65.2 


30*19 

L_ i9*aa 

. . 18.21 
19.16 


SEP 


121.6 


176.1 


111,4 


32.4 


65.1 

64.2.. 


OCT 


lao.i 


161.7 


103.3 


30.4 


NOV 


112.4 


137.6 


87.8 


27.6 


64 .a„ 

65.2 


DEC 


114.4 


145.8 


95.1 


29.4 


AVERAGE 


116.9 


154.9 


97.9 


29.6 


_65.4 


19.53 


8oturo«t Boreau of Labor Statlitloi in cooperation with the DlTislon of 
B«ylew, VRJl» During Jnna and Decembsr 1933 and 1934 actlvitlea of the 
reporting establlebaentt were covered completely or (in a few oaaee) aLnoet 
eoiqpletely V the code definition. For explanation of the methods Tieed, 
•one of idiich result in figures different from those of BaLaS., see text. . 



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BH*S lECI^WEAB UIXBTai 

Factory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


i 
WAGES i; 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cants) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(TV»ll%rf J_ 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


I93:^-JAN 


87.0 


82.6 








13.66 


FEB 


99.8 


94.8 








ll?t64 


MAR 


87.4 


69.9 








llrOO 


APR 


98.fi 


90.5 








l?t69 


MAY 


97.1 


90.4 








12.78 


JUN 


105.4 


106.0 








^6^79 


JUJ_ 


lOE.S 


99.2 








14,48 


AUG 


110.6 


123.2 








lfi.59 


SEP 


93.0 


97.2 








16,44 1 


OCX 


112.1 


128.7 








17,fil 


NOV 


106.1 


111.3 








}R,nQ 


DEC 


108.2 


106.1 








15.77 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 








14.62 


1! 


1934 -JAN 


85.3 


90.0 








16.15 j 


FEB 


108.2 


123.4 




S9.e 


43.2 


17-06 J 


MAR 


116. 8 


137.2 




40.3 


43.2 


17.73 


APR 


106.8 


122.9 




aa.7 


46.1 


17.23 


MAY 


111.3 


123.6 




34.0 


43.4 


lfi.B3 


JUN 


112.3 


126.8 




a».R 


42, fl 


Ifi.&l 


JUL. 


98.2 


101.2 




ao.a 


61.2 


15.19 


AUG 


106.1 


12S.B • 




32^2 


51,2 


17-16 


SE.P 


116.7 


ISfl.l 




31 ^R 


47^» 


Ifi.flA 


OCT 


124-2 


162.4 




34.6 


51.2 


ia.69 


NOV 


141. fl 


189.0 




33.9 


52,5 


19. IS 


DEC 


las-fi 


Ifta-A 




34-« 


R3.9 


19.fl4 


AVERAGE 


113.2 


134.4 




34-3 * 


4R.T* 


17.26 


II 


1935- JAN 


101 .a 


109-4 




29. a 


4g.& 


16.27 


FEB 


118.3 


138.6 




21.1 


52.7 


17.31 


MAR 


121.6 


147.0 




32.6 


53-4 


18-32 


APR 


117.6 


__1£9.4 




SO.l 


53.4 


16-63 


MAY 


11^.6 


124-2 




27.7 


54.6 


16.78 


JUN 


109.8 


117.8 




27.9 


49.5 


16-11 


JUL 


96.3 


96.8 




29.2 


49.9 


15.34 


AUG 


110.0 


133-6 




83. 


52.4 


1B.1& 


SEP 


117.2 


152.0 




Sfi.7 


60.9 


19.27 1 


OCT 


124.7 


168.6 




36.2 


50.5 


19.71 j 


NOV 


12S.8 


181.6 




35.3 


50.2 


?0.80 j 


DEC 


12S.fi 


149.8 




S5.8 


50.9 


18.02 


AVERAGE 


116.1 


1S7.4 




32.1 


»»9 


17.72 


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BoTlev, IBA.. Daring Jmom and SBoenlMr 1933 and 1934 aotlTities of the re- 
porting ettabliafamenta were oorered completely or (in a few oases) almost 
eo^letely by the code definition. 7or explanation of the methods used, 

•pae of which result in figures different from those of B.L.8., see text. 
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Factory Employment, ^qy'r^ris,' Hours, and Wages, l$34-ip3^ 



MONXH 



AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PES' 

WEEK 



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•vj*, Burlo^ Jtsio «ad S«o«Bb«r 1933 and 1934 i^aost all of tho m^Iotvos 
r«port«d und«r tbla ol««slfl«atidii wer« coTorad \j the Cod* definition. 
for osqplanatlon of tha nethodo niod^ oono of vhleh rogolt In fl^urog dif- 
ferent from thoM of B«L*8*t Mo toii* 

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Factory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Oanta^ 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(DallMfa) 


EMPUDYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


193:^ -JAN 


90.3 


85.3 


91.1 


39.8 


36.S 


14.80 


FEB 


96.8 


94.7 


99.8 


40.9 


37.3 


16.47 


MAR 


91.0 


78.8 


69.fi 


sa.i 


Sfi.O 


is.eo 


APR 


90.0 


78.8 


aa.B 


Sfi.ft 


a4,i 


13. $0 


MAY 


94.fi 


98.7 


103.0 


42.1 


36.4 


16.C7 


JUr>4 


100.4 


101.8 


118.7 


44.5 


36.6 


15.77 


vJUL. 


107.0 


114.fl 


liBO^fi 


44.1 


.<S4.4 


1A.A-I 


AUG 


114.S 


12S.0 


-^09^8 


37^7 


4?»0 


14.69 


SEP 


111.9 


118^4 


lOf^a 


97«5 


^3*1 


16.50 


OCT- 


110.8 


118.8 


104.4 


87.0 


44.2 


16.67 


NOV 


97.5 


98.8 


89.1 


36.9 


42.7 


lB-44 


DEC 


96.6 


96.6 


84.1 


34.2 


43.3 


16.22 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


S9.8 


39.0 


15.46 


II 


1934- -JAN 


94.a 


lOfi.7 


83.4 


34.7 


48.1 


16.13 


FEB 


107.4 


119.2 


102-6 


37.6 


44.8 


18.74 


MAR 


iis.a 


128.9 


110.8 


37.B 


44.6 


18.79 


APR 


115. S 


128.9 


110.7 


37.7 


4B.3 


16-87 


MAY 


107.0 


113.1 


9fi.7 


5B.B 


4B-7 


16. 9a 1 


J UN 


100.6 


101.8 


flB-7 


SS.B 


46.1 


16, M 


JUl- 


97.5 


99.0 


84.7 


34.2 


44.7 


15.22 


AU<3 


98.0 


99.0 


82.1 


5S2.9 


44.x 


1B^08 1 


SCP 


89ffi 


aSfS 


72,5 


Rl^fl 


45,7 


14.56 


OCT 


98.8 


112.3 


91.8 


36.4 


46. a 


16.66 


NOV 


98.9 


104.1 


86.1 


34^4 


4fi^2 


16-B7 


DEC 


4«.9 


lis. ft 


94,9 


.^7^3 


44.4 


16.60 


AVERAGE 


lOS.l 


109.3 


92.0 


36.3 


45.2 


lS-96 


II 


1935- JAN 


101 T? 


ii^t4 


9-^.3 


36.2 


4fi.4 


16t44 


FEB 


117.1 


12B.1 


101.4 


37.2 


4fi.7 


16.98 


MAR 


107.8 


123.8 


100. ft 


.36.8 


4A.fi 


16.37 


APR 


110.4 


126.6 


103.8 


36.9 


43^6 


16-13 


MAY 


109.7 


lia-9 


97.2 


34-8 


44.9 


IB. 64 


JUN 


98.7 


100.4 


Bfi.2 


SS.« 


43.7 


14-81 


JUL 


9£.9 


101.7 


86.9 


36-2 


4».« 


la.nn 


AUG 


95.5 


100.8 


85.1 


36-0 


48-1 


16,14 


SEP 


101,0 


108.8 


92.2 


36.2 


42.1 


lfi.24 


OCT 


103.5 


116.4 


98-4 


37.3 


4?,f 


16.26 


NOV 


10S.4 


lOfl.2 


90.6 


34.4 


42.9 


15.10 


DEC 


im.s 


113.4 


96. B 


37.4 


43.6 


16.28 


AVERAGE 


lOS.O 


113-0 


94.2 


35.9 


43^9 


15.78 


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EsTlov, SBA.. During Jwm and ]}oe«b«r 1933 and 1934 
portiac ••tabllahiMntt voro ooT«r«d OMqplotoly or (in 
ooiqpleiely V th« ooda daflaitioB. Tor a^laaation o 
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f th« aatboda vaad, 
of B.L.8*, aaa tazt. 



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Table 75 


Code So 


. 119 


HBlSPBIliT INIXBTBI 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wqc 


GS, 1933-1935 


1 

1 

1 MONTH 

i 


INDEXES 
1933 = 100 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 

HOURLY 

(Centil 


AVERAGE 
WCEKLY 

(PoUJUripIj 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


J1933-JAN 


94,8 


91.4 


88.7 


38.6 


51-1 


19.73 


i FEB 


83.5 


80.9 


79.3 


39.2 


50.6 


19. B5 


^ ^^- 

j MAR 


96. S 


92.4 


91.9 


39.4 


49.9 


19.64 


APR 


97.8 


89-2 


fifi.l 


37.2 


50.2 


16.68 


MAY 


94.1 


9S.7 


94.7 


41.5 


50.2 


20.82 


JUH 


97.2 


101.9 


1U2.4 


43.5 


49.4 


21.47 


JUU 


100.4 


104.6 


ioa.5 


44.6 


47-6 


»1 .?? i 


AUG 


102.3 


111.1 


110.3 


44.5 


47-8 


22.24 


SEP 


104.3 


99.1 


103.1 


40.8 


48^2 


19.46 


OCT 


106.4 


107^1 


no^fl 


43.0 


48.6 


20.61 i 


NOV 


108.6 


110-3 


114.1 


42.4 


48.3 


?0^fi9 


DEC 


114.4 


116.4 


108.1 


39.0 


52.6 


20.71 1 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 _ 


100.0 


41.2 


49.6 


20.44 


1! 


1934 -JAN 


111.2 


114.7 


102.6 


38.1 


54.1 


21.01 |l 


FEB 


114.3 


119.9 


109.4 


39.5 


53.1 


20.97 1 


MAR 


115.3 


122.8 


111.2 


39.8 


53.5 


21.80 


APR 


118.2 


128.0 


116.2 


40.2 


53.8 


a.66 


MAY 


120.5 


129.3 


118.2 


40.5 


53.0 


21*47 : 


1 ■ JUN 


122.4 


129.4 


119.5 


40.3 


62.4 


21.15 


JUL. 


122.2 


128.2 


115-8 


39.1 


53.6 


20.98 


AUG 


125.8 


128.2 


113.7 


37.3 


54.7 


20.39 


1 SEP 


128.5 


129.4 


116.2 


37.S 


69.0 


21.99 


' OCT 


129.0 


132.5 


118.5 


37.9 


59.2 


22.40 


NOV 


125.6 


131.5 


117.8 


^ Si. 7 


59.0 


22.84 1 


DEC 


129.9 


142.0 


125.8 


40.0 


5«.B 


22.84 1 


AVERAGE 


121-9 


126.0 


115.3 


39.1 


55.4 


21.67 1 


1 __ — . ,, 

i{ 


1935- JAN 


122.8 


131.9 


117.9 


39.8 


59.0 


23.50 


FEB 


126.1 


134.4 


120-6 


39.8 


59.1 


23.58 


MAR 


125.5 


135.0 


121-6 


40.0 


58.9 


23.55 


APR 


123.2 


128.7 


116.4 


39.0 


58.7 


22.86 


MAY 


124.0 


133.8 


121.7 


40.5 


58.3 


23.62 


JUN 


126.7 


137.2 


122.6 


39.9 


59.3 


22.69 


JUL 


12B-7 


135.3 


122.1 


40.1 


58.8 


22.57 


AUG 


124.2 


132.4 


120.1 


39.9 


58.5 


23.33 


SEP 


12s. 


135.7 


121.6 


40.8 


59.2 


24.11 


OCT 


121.4 


138.2 


124.1 


42.2 


56.9 


24.8fi , 


NOV 


124.0 


140.6 


126.4 


42.1 


58.9 


24.79 


DEC 


121.4 


14S-1 


128.0 


4S-5 


59. S 


25.76 


AVERAGE 


123.9 


i?6.e 


121.8 


40.6 


58.9 


22.83 


Seuro«{ Boreaa of Labor Stetlatioi In cooperation wit 
BsTlow, IBJL. During Jtm« and December 1933 and 1954 c 
porting establlihaenta were covered ooiqpletely or (in 
coo^letelj bjr the coda definition* Itor e:q>laBation oi 
eouie of rtdoh reeolt in figure* different from thoee < 


;h the DlTlsloa of 
ictivitiee of the re- 
a few eaeee) slaoet 

' the methode uaed, 

>f B.L.8., see text. 



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Table 76 



Coda Hn. 165 



Fac+ory Empic 


NON-FEHHOUS POUNLBY IKDUSTRT 1 

1 

yment, Pdyrolls, Hours, qnd Wages, 1933-1935 ! 


1 
I 

1 MONTH 

1 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 




AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 

HOURLY 

(Cnnti) 


AVERAGE j 


EMPUDYMENT 


■PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


WEEKLY 1 

(T)ollarai_ 


1933-JAN 


76.8 


67.0 


68.3 


30.9 


52.8 


16.79 


FEB 


76.1 


66.0 


66.6 


30.8 


53.2 


16.90 


MAR 


72.1 


62.4 


66.4 


32.0 


53.0 


16.52 


APR 


80.5 


71.6 


75.7 


32.7 


52.0 


17.05 


MAY 


89.8 


88.3 


94.9 


36.7 


51.4 


18.81 : 


J UM 


101.4 


110.6 


120.3 


41.2 


51.6 


20.91 


JUl_ 


110.9 


119.4 


127.0 


39.8 


62.4 


20.67 


AUG 


120.1 


126.9 


127.6 


36.9 


64.6 


20.30 


SEP 


118.8 


122.6 


117.0 


34.2 


66.6 


19.79 


OCT- 


116.9 


118.3 


112.4 


33.4 


67.4 


19.40 


NOV 


119.4 


126.2 


115.2 


3S.6 


60.2 


20.00 


DEC 


118.S 


ia.8 


108.7 


31.9 


69.7 


19.31 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


34.5 


64.6 


18.87 




1934 -JAN 


nfi-S 


IPP.P 


112. fl 


23.7 


68.4 


19.70 


FEB 


Ififi.S 


136-8 


128.4 


36.6 


59.3 


21.24 


MAR 


131-1 


161.0 


138.9 


36.8 


60.8 


22.37 j 


APR 


137.6 


167.8 


144.1 


36.4 


61.6 


22.32 


MAY 


128.3 


160.4 


1S6.2 


36. 9 


62.7 


22.89 1 


J UN 


129.0 


148-6 


la?.? 


36.0 


61.7 


22.18 


JUL. 


121.9 


134-1 


121-1 


34.6 


61.6 


21.12 


AUG 


117.9 


127-4 


117-1 


34.6 


60.3 


20.87 


SEP 


111,9 


118-6 


lOfi.S 


32-7 


62.0 


20.29 


OCT 


117.4 


131.8 


118.0 


S4.9 


61.3 


21.S4 


NOV 


119.8 


133.0 


IM ,7 


36. S 


59.2 


20.77 


DEC 


IPl t? 


141 .1 


lS>fl.4 


Bfi.fl 


69.1 


21.66 1 


AVERAGE 


125.1 


ia7.7 


125. B 


36.8 


60.7 


21.40 








1935- JAN 


1F6.0 


14A,p 


1??.7 


B6t6 


69.0 


21.69 


FEB 


isfi.a 


167.6 


149.9 


Sfi.2 


59-0 


££.62 


MAR 


140. (^ 


176^9 


lft£.2 


3fi.fi 


69-6 


£2.96 


APR 


147^0 


1»6,6 


164.2 


38.8 


59.2 


22.89 


MAY 


147.1 


IflS.B 


Iftl^fl 


3fl,2 


59.0 


ZtJB9 


JUN 


147.2 


179.7 


159.5 


?fl.7 


68,8 


22,79 


JUL 


15Pt7 


17?>.R 


If-Si' 


36.6 


fi9^? 


9^,94 {; 


AUG 


IS?,? 


174.4 


1B4.0 


38.4 


59.0 


22.64 


SEP 


14?.? 


ie4,fl 


lfi3.fi 


39.1 


69.2 


£2-17 


OCT 


149.4 


198.8 


175.1 


40.7 


59.5 


24.19 


NOV 


164-9 


206-9 


ITS,? 


40,0 


1^0,4 


?4.07 


DEC 


156.7 


208.6 


180.4 


40.0 


B8-S 


28-87 1 


AVERAGE 


143.7 


182.8 


160.8 


S8.6 


69.1 


23-02 J! 


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Tahle 77 




Code No, 


89 


OiTICE EQjJIPMEOT UAHUFACTUHERS IHDUSTHT 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = too 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 
(Cents) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollars) 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933 -JAN 


85.5 


76.1 


76.8 


33.0 


58.2 


18.91 


FEB 


83.3 


73.6 


74.8 


33.0 


57.9 


18.66 


MAR 


81.4 


70.0 


68.9 


31.2 


57.6 


18.07 


APR 


82.5 


73.3 


73.0 


32.6 


57.7 


18.73 


MAY 


86.2 


80.4 


85-0 


36.3 


55.7 


19.63 


J UM 


89.6 


88.1 


93.2 


38.3 


55.3 


20.51 


JUL 


'94.8 


96.2 


102-0 


39.6 


54.7 


21.15 


AUG 


107-5 


112.2 


111.1. 


38.0 


59.1 


22.03 


SCP 


^^F,.7, 


1Pn.fi 


118.7 


37.9 


59.6 


22.22 


OCX 


120.5 


Ipq.Fi 


I25.fi 


38.4 


60.5 


PP. 65 


NOV 


1 PF , fl 


13R,4 


131-R 


.•^fl-fi 


57.1 


21.91 


DEC 


127.6 


14.7.5 


139.4 


40.2 


57.2 


22.73 


avetrage: 


TOn.O 


100-0 


100.0 


36.4 


57.6 


20.61 


II 


1934 -JAN 


1?fl.7 


140.7 


135.4 


38.8 


57.8 


22.18 


FEB 


134.2 


145.6 


141.0 


38.7 


57.3 


22.05 


MAR 


140.2 


153.0 


147.8 


38.3 


57.4 


22.23 


APR 


145.3 


159.8 


153.1 


38.8 


57.9 


22.40 


MAY 


128.9 


147.1 


131.6 


37.5 


61.8 


23.07 


J UN 


111.8 


131.8 


115.7 


38.1 


62.9 


33,73 


JUL-, 


14P.8 


171.3 


150.5 


38.8 


63.4 


34,42 


AUS 


145.fi 


170.3 


151.R 


38.3 


52.3 


23.72 


SEP 


147,1 


176-fi 


1 56. 8 


39.3 


67.7 


24-47 


OCT 


149.8 


169.5 


150.2 


36.9 


62.8 


23.13 


NOV 


1 R1 , .'=; 


179,2 


161.6 


39.4 


61. 5 


24.23 


DEC 


14^ "^ 


176.9 


160.5 


40.7 


61.2 


24.96 


AVERAGE 


139.3 


160.2 


146.3 


38.7 


50.1 


23.38 


II 


1935- JAN 


144.5 


163.6 


147.7 


37.8 


62.9 


23.67 


FEB 


142.5 


161.6 


145.6 


36.2 


62.8 


23.56 


MAR 


141.0 


163.6 


146.8 


38.3 


63.0 


24.13 


APR 


140.3 


163.6 


145.3 


38.2 


63.0 


24.11 


MAY 


140.8 


163.6 


145.8 


38.1 


63.3 


23.98 


JUN 


141.0 


162.6 


145.1 


37.9 


52.6 


33.71 


JUL 


141.8 


165.7 


146.1 


37.9 


63.8 


P4-06 


AUG 


141.7 


166.4 


147.3 


38.3 


63.4 


24.16 


SEP 


146.3 


179.9 


160.3 


40.2 


63.1 


25.26 


OCT 


151.4 


186.3 


166.4 


40.5 


63.0 


25.42 


NOV 


154. 3 


186.3 


166.5 


39-8 


63.1 


25.02 


DEC 


155.4 


203.4 


171.0 


40.5 


63.0 


25.85 


AVERAGE 


145.1 


172.2 


152.9 


38.6 


63.1 


24.41 


Source: Bureau of Tifi'hor StatiBtic8« HBA composites 
floations "Typewriters and parts" and Cash registers, 
calcnlntlng machines". Daring June and December 1933 
mately 98 per cent of the employees reported under th 
were covered "by the Code definition. For eaplanatlon 
some of irtxlch result In figures different from those 


Bf data for classi- 
nridlag machines and 
and 1934 approxi- 

9se classifications 
of the methods used, 

of B.L.S., see text. 



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Table 78 



Code No. 71 



PAINT, VAHNISH, Aifl) LACqUilH UAIfJFACTUHlNG INDUSTHT 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, qnd Wages, 1933-1935 



WAGES 

AVERAGE T AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

CPollars) 

20*42 1J| 
20,83 ^4 
19.13 
20.73 J 
22.43 .._i| 




8«arc«t BarMM of Lftbor fltatistlos. Data ar« for olasslflcation. fPalnts 
aad Tamlahss." Harlan Jvaa* aid S»Mab«r 1933 asid 1934 ^pproziaatcly 83 
p«r e«Bt of tho wnplty— r«port«& toalor this claoslfl cation w«r« eororod 
Ij tha Ooda dafinltlon. fiar aiplaaatioa of tha nathods uaad, soma of i^ldh 
rasnlt im flgferas dlffarant tnm tboaa of B.L.8., aaa taxt. 
a a/ Aa adJ uatad to 1933 CattSM totals Vr MUL. 



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?ism ASH PULP unfjsmr 

Fac+ory Employment, Pdyrolls, Hours, and Wac 


es, 1933-1935 


MONTH ' 


INDEXES 
1933 = too 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cants) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

{Ballara) 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933-JAN 


88.6 


81.6 


83.4 


38.1 


42-7 


16-39 


FEB 


89.1 


84.2 


87.4 


39-7 


42,4 


lfi.97 


MAR 


^B.B 


81.6 


flfi.4 


^9.R 


41.9 


lfi.B7 


APR 


88.8 


82. S 


88-2 


40.2 


40.9 


16t46 


MAY 


91.fi 


90.4 


97-0 


42-9 


41-1 


17-fifi 


JUN 


94.2 


96.7 


108-0 


46.4 


39.7 


18.27 


JUL. 


99.7 


106.1 


112. fl 


Afi^ft 


40.9 


18.68 


AUG 


107^2 


11$. 9 


117,? 


44,3 


44T;i! 


19.47 


SEP 


115.0 


119-a 


111-4 


39.9 


47.1 


18. 82 


ocr 


114.fi 


119-6 


109.fi 


38.7 


48.4 


iHt6^ 


NOV 


IIS.O 


m.fl 


101.0 


96 15 


4fl,0 


17,59 


DEC 


111.6 


IIO.B 


96.6 


3B.0 


49.7 


17.43 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


40.6 


43.9 


17.73 


II 


1934 -JAN 


111.0 


110.1 


96.2 


36. 1 


49.7 


17.51 


FEB 


113.2 


117.9 


102.4 


36.6 


50.2 


18.38 


MAR 


114.8 


120.8 


104-4 


36-8 


50.2 


18.54 


APR 


117.2 


124.4 


106.9 


36.9 


50.8 


18.72 


MAY 


117.6 


122.0 


103.7 


35.7 


61.2 


18.36 


JUN 


116.1 


119.5 


102.4 


35.7 


51.0 


18.24 


JUL 


llB.l 


117.3 


101.0 


36.6 


51 .1 


18.04 ' 


AUG 


114-fi 


119.5 


101.6 


36-9 


51.8 


18.59 


SEP 


llS.l 


120.3 


101-8. 


35.8 


61. B 


18-57 


OCT 


116.4 


126.8 


106.4 


37.0 


52.0 


19.27 


NOV 


117-0 


125.0 


104-9 


36.3 


52.6 


19.11 


DEC 


117-7 


lP7.fl 


107.fi 


.^57.0 


52.4 


19.37 


AVERAGE 


llfi-R 


120.9 


lOS.a 


36-2 


51-7 


18.56 


II 


1935- JAN 


117.0 


127-7 


108-7 


37-6 


52. S 


19.67 


TEB 


119.1 


133-6 


113-6 


38.6 


52.3 


20.20 


MAR 


120-0 


135.7 


115-3 


38-9 


52-6 


20-41 


APR 


120.S 


lS4.fi 


113. a 


38-1 


52-4 


19-88 


MAY 


120.fi 


134.1 


113.4 


36-1 


52-5 


19-97 


JUN 


119-fi 


134-4 


113-7 


38.5 


52.6 


20.19 


JUL 


119. a 


130.5 


109-1 


37-0 


52-5 


19-42 


AUG 


118.9 


133-9 


112.S , 


38.3 


52.7 


20.19 


SEP 


119.1 


138-2 


115. 9 


39.4 


52.7 


20.76 


OCT 


119.8 


142.7 


119.3 


40.3 


52.8 


21,31 


NOV 


120.0 


141.1 


118.9 


40.1 


52.7 


21.06 


DEC 


121.3 


147.3 


123.5 


41.2 


52.9 


21.72 


AVERAGE 


119.6 


136,2 


114.8 


38.8 


52.6 


20.40 


8oarc«t Boraau of Labor Statistics in cooperation wltJ 
Bevlew, HBA,. Doring June and December 1933 and 1934 m 
of the employees eorered by the samples were en^paeed i] 
b7 the code definition. Tor explanation of the method 
result in figores different from those of B.L.S., see 


1 the Divis 
are than 90 
a. aotivltie 
■ used* s<»i 
text. 


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per cent 
B covered 
B of vhioh 



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Tal>le 80 


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PiPEBBOiRD INSOSfEai 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(fiollari) 


EMPUOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


193--^ -JAN 


80.5 


74.6 


82.8 


4B.S 


39.? 


17.58 


FEB 


82.0 


81.5 


90.2 


Afl.3 


39.0 


lfl.76 


MAR 


as. 5 


79.4 


SB. 2 


44.8 


39.4 


17.83 


APR 


8£.S 


78.9 


88.6 


47.2 


37.6 


17.90 


MAY 


86.1 


89.6 


100.5 


&!•? 


36.8 


19.72 


J UN 


92.2 


100.6 


115.0 


H«7 


97,6 


20.95 


JUL 


97.8 


105.5 


ii2.a 


B0.4 


40.8 


20.76 


AUG 


117.4 


122.5 


119.1 


44.fi 


4S.3 


19.92 


SCP 


126 .3 


128.S 


llfi-5 


40. B 


47.6 


19.21 


OCT 


122.4 


119.4 


loa.a 


37.2 ^. 


48.5 


18.44 


NOV 


11B.« 


lOa-fi 


Ql.A 


aA.7 


fiO.S 


17,72 


DEC 


114-1 


110-0 


94.7 


3fi.4 


49.7 


iH.ia 


avetrage: 


100.0 


100-0 


100.0 


44.6 


42.7 


18.91 


11 


•934- -JAN 


111. a 


lOfi-2 


90.7 


SR.fi 


49.4 


18.12 


FEB 


;ifi^O 


nfi-2 


98^3 


37.2 


fiO.4 


19.05 


MAR 


nfl.7 


117. A 


lon.i 


37.0 


50.3 


18.81 


APR 


122.4 


124-7 


104.6 


37. B 


50.9 


19.38 


MAY 


120.B 


120-1 


99.4 


3fi-l 


fil-6 


18.91 


J UN 


121.0 


ipa-fi 


ino.i 


3fi.S 


52.6 




JUU 


iia.a 


1T6t9 


99tS 


?A^fi 


RS,4 


18. 80 


AUG 


i»i.« 


Ipf.t'^ 


9fl,A 


?e.9 


fi<»,0 


19-12 


SZP 


121f^ 


ifiat' 


in^tP 


97,4 


• RS,5 


i>0,19* 


OCT 


123-2 


1S4.1 


107.8 


38-4 


B4-0 


20.88 


NOV 


TS2t? 


IJ^fr* 


10«T$ 


3fi^l 


fiA.fl 


19.77 


DEC 


lift ^4 


nfl-B 


97. A 


Sfi.l 


R3.S ' 


19.1fi 


AVERAGE 


119.7 


121-2 


99.6 


3fi-B 


B2-S 


19.30 


II 


1935- JAN 


120.7 


lST.fi 


lOfi.2 


38-6 


54-4 


20.87 


FEB 


121. S 


126.7 


104.B 


37-a 


54.4 


20.46 


MAR 


122.7 


131-9 


109.1 


39.0 


B4-7 


a. a 


APR 


ii9.a 


lfeB-0 


103.5 


37.9 


fi4.5 


20.63 


MAY 


119.5 


119.2 


98.9 


36. S 


54.3 


19.79 


JUN 


iia-7 


12S.7 


102.8 


38.0 


Mf4 


20tM 


JUL 


119.2 


123.2 


100.7 


37.1 


54.8 


20.32 


AUG 


119.4 


131 .S 


108.3 


39. a 


54.7 


21.71 


SEP 


121.fi 


ist.a 


111-9 


40.4 


54.6 


21.99 


OCT 


121.1 


14T.9 


120.3 


43.6 


54.2 


99t41 


NOV 


120-4 


142-0 


117.2 


42.7 


53.7 


22.78 


DEC 


• 119.0 . 


140.4 


114.9 


42.4 


54.3 


22.79 


AVERAGE 


120-a 


1«1.2 


108.2 


39.6 


Mti 


21. ?7 


iB«VMS BarMn of Labor Stati sties In coopsratlon with the Division of 
Beriew, mtk, Darin« Jons and Ssosaber 1933 and 1934 aotirities of the re- 
porting estaiblisbMnts were eovered eosipletely er ( in a few eaaes) alaost 
eoovletely t^ the code detj^tiea* for esgplaaation of the aethods need, 
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Table 81-ii 




Code 


No. 10 


FETROLEDU INCOSTRT 
(Crud* Petroleum Producing Only) 
imiHiriWJ Employment, Payrolls, Hours, ond Wages, 1933-1935 sJ 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = ICO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollars) 


EMPUDYMENT 


PAYROULS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933 -JAN 


91.9 


90.5 


98.3 


44.6 


58.0 


26.97 


FEB 


91.6 


94.6 


101.7 


46.3 


62.0 


^.43 


MAR 


90.8 


96.4 


99.9 


45.9 


64.5 


29.23 


APR 


91.3 


90.9 


97.8 


44.7 


61.3 


27.41 


MAY 


91.4 


94.3 


96.7 


44.1 


63.6 


26.18 


JUN 


93.2 


92.1 


95.2 


42.6 


62.9 


27.05 


JUL 


95.6 


95,7 


114.6 


50.0 


48.8 


27.85 


AUG 


97.7 


96.4 


104.0 


44.4 


56,1 


27.08 


SEP 


106.4 


100.7 


96.4 


37,8 


68.6 


26.31 1 


OCT- 


113.5 


113.6 


96.6 


35.5 


76.8 


27.68 


NOV 


116.0 


114.1 


97.4 


35.0 


76.6 


27.28 


DEC 


120.5 


120.7 


101.4 


35.1 


77.3 


26.89 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


42.2 


64.7 


27.53 


II 


1934 -JAN 


117.6 


130.2 


103.0 


36.5 


76,9 


27,70 


FEB 


116.4 


114.5 


97.1 


S4.8 


76.3 


26.39 


MAR 


117.0 


119.1 


98.4 


SS.l 


76.4 


27.^ 


APR 


118.9 


la.i 


101.8 


55.7 


69.8 


27,13 


MAY 


123.3 


127.9 


101.9 


54.6 


77.2 


27,70 


JUN 


128.6 


129.0 


104.8 


34.0 


79.2 


26.87 


JUL. 


131.1 


136.1 


110.0 


55.0 


82.6 


28,30 • 


AUQ 


132.9 


ise.8 


111.9 


35.1 


82.4 


28.43 


SEP 


131.5 


13B.4 


108.4 


34.4 


80.5 


27.27 


OCT 


127.8 


137.9 


108.7 


35.5 


74.8 


27.83 


NOV 


126.6 


133.8 


106.0 


34.9 


78.4 


27.72 


DEC 


126.5 


134.9 


104.3 


34.4 


79.4 


26.78 


AVERAGE 


184.9 


129.1 


104.7 


35.0 


77.8 


27.44 


II 


1935- JAN 


iao.4 


125.9 


99.9 


34.6 


79.8 


28.16 


FEB 


119.2 


124.5 


99.8 


34.9 


77.3 


28.76 


MAR 


118.9 


127.0 


99.8 


35.0 


78.3 


29.01 


APR 


120.4 


128.6 


102.4 


35.5 


78.6 


29.27 


MAY 


122.1 


131.1 


102.5 


35.0 


78.0 


28.48 


JUN 


* 122.9 


132.2 


104.3 


35.4 


77.5 


27.40 


JUL 


123.4 


134.3 


106.6 


36.1 


77.1 


27.88 


AUG 


126.8 


138.6 


110.7 


36.4 


76.7 


28.53 


SEP 


124.9 


143.1 


113.8 


38.0 


77,4 


30.01 


OCT 


123.6 


136.5 


108.5 


36.6 


77,5 


28.52 


NOV 


117.3 


129.0 


102-7 


38.5 


78.7 


28.66 


DEC 


nfi.n 


135.9 


107.1 


38.5 


78.2 


30.09 


AVERAGE 


121.3 


132.2 


104.9 


36.0 


77.9 


28.73 


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PetrolcTin 
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hoda used, aome of vhioh reaxili in flgorea different from thoae 

clerical and all other on^loyees. excent rle bolldera. drlllera of 


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Table 81-B 



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PBTROUDM IKDUSTHY 
(Petroletm Refining Only) 
Fac+ory Employment, Rayrolls, Hours, and Wqc 


es, 1933-1935 


MONXH 


INDEXES 
1933 = ICO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Centa) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollars) 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


193 r^ -JAN 


93;i 


96.6 


97.4 


39.9 


62.4 


27.03 


FEB 


94.1 


95.3 


94.6 


38.3 


62.8 


26.44 


MAR 


94.3 


98.7 


98.1 


39.7 


62.1 


26.71 


1 APR 


94^:4 


94.6 


96.8 


39.1 


63.0 


26.35 


MAY 


9fi;6 


96.6 


100.4 


40.1 


68.0 


26.63 


JUN 


9t;i 


98.1 


100.6 


39.6 


63.3 


27i57 


JUL. 


97.1 


9A.0 


101.9 


40U.0 


62.3 


26.87 


AUG 


99.1 


99.0 


10814 


39.8 


62.7 


26.61 


SEP 


tftR;i 


nna.R 


fl7^« 


35.B 


70.6 


26.49 


ocr 


108,1 


irw,* 


ino;i 


^,"» 


71.fi 


27.01 


NOV 


iift,a 


lAft,! 


ir«;ft 


JW,« 


s9;b 


26^11 


DEC 


m.A 


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104.6 


38.8 


68.7 


28.43 


AVERAGE 


100^0 


100.0 


100.0 


38.3 


68.1 


26.60 


II 


|l934 -JAN 


110.B 


107.8 


1QS.9 


36.6 


69.3 


M.5ft 


FEB 


110.8 


109.3 


100.6 


34.6 


73^6 


35.^ 


MAR 


110.4 


110.8 


lOUl 


34.9 


73I4 


36.6? 


APR 


108.0 


110.6 


iaU4 


38.6 


73;4 


36.90 


MAY 


109.7 


111.6 


108.3 


38.8 


73;8 


36;?7 


JUN 


1U.6 


113.1 


101.6 


34.7 


t4;0 


36.43 


JUL. 


m.9 


118.3 


10S.3 


36.3 


76^ 


37.65 


AUG 


iu;i6 


ii7;o 


108.4 


34.7 


76.3 


37.14 


SEP 


ii3;i 


118.9 


ioq;9 


34;o 


77;3 


26;9? 


OCT 


113.1 


117.9 


108.6 


34.9 


75.7 


37.18 


NOV 


113.1 


U6;6 


100.9 


34:3 


ie^i 


a6;ds 


DEC 


111.0 


117.7 


100u8 


34;6 


78.1 


26.93 


AVERAGE 


lll.» 


113.6 


10U9 


S? 


74.6 


26;69 


11 


1935- JAN 


109^ 


114.6 


98^0 


34ji 


76.6 


36;68 


FEB 


107.6 


114.7 


97.6 


34.7 


79.1 


27.18 


MAR 


106.1 


116.1 


99;3 


38.0 


78.7 


d7;4d 


APR 


106.8 


U6.7 


99.9 


38.1 


78.7 


37;4d 


MAY 


106.6 


116.8 


99.3 


34.9 


78.9 


2i';36 


JUN 


110.6 


119.6 


100.6 


34.6 


60.4 


3?;56 


JUL 


111.4 - 


131.0 


100.6 


aji 


8i;s 


3^;80 


AUG 


113^4 


133.4 


108^ 


36»0 


80;9 


38.07 


SEP 


110.6 


133.6 


108.3 


36.7 


81.1 


36.67 


OCT. 


111.1 


123.0 


103.8 


35.5 


80.6 


28.32 


NOV 


llO.t 


110^ 


M.f 


S4.B 


60.5 


sr.60 


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lM.fl 


IH.S 


lOB.l 


S6.B 


80.8 


1^«26 


11 AVERAGE 


,109.6 


119.4 


100.9 


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27,7? 


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FORM R-P 


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Fable 82 




Code 


No. 529 


I'HARtaCEUTICAL ASD BIOLOGICAL INDUSTHT 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, qnd Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH « 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 

HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 




WAGES 1 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 


EMPUDYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933 -JAN 


ino.n 


90^5 


ll^P 


43.8 


42. R 


iq-5fl 


FEB 


95.5 


96.3 


103-2 


42- s 


4R-1 


19.86 


MAR 


94.7 


91.8 


92.4 


%R.O 


45, q 


19.54 


APR 


92.1 


86.4 


85.3 


36.3 


47 -S 


ifl.rx 


MAY 


90.1 


87.8 


86.1 


37.4 


47-2 


IH.B? 


JUM 


91.5 


92.5 


94.1 


40.3 


46-.'^ 


30.75 


JUl- 


95.4 


93.5 


97.9 


40.2 


46. •> 


19.40 


AUG 


98.1 


100-6 


94.2 


37.6 


Rn.n 


20 1 30 


SEP 


105.3 


106.3 


lfW-0 


3fi.3 


47.7 


19 07 


OCX 


110.5 


ns^fi 


infi,n 


38,3 


48 




NOV 


112.8 


115.8 


112.9 


39.2 


48.0 


i8:8l 


DEC 


114.2 


116.1 


in.T 


38.1 


46.9 


19 -.-^2 


AVERAGE 


inn.n 


irvn.n 


inn.n 


r?Q •> 


4A a 


TO Cfi 


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1934 -JAN 


112.9 


113.6 


107.6 


37.3 


48.7 


19.09 


FEB 


ns,R 


T14.7 


m ,A 


.7fl-4 


47-2 


19,flq 


MAR 


114.3 


115.7 


112.1 


38.4 


49.5 


19.86 


APR 


111.4 


115.6 


110.2 


38.7 


50.1 


20.31 


MAY 


108.2 


110.6 


103.1 


37.3 


51.3 


20.01 


J UN 


107.4 


112.9 


104.7 


38.2 


52.2 


20.56 


JUU 


104.0 


107.5 


98.8 


37.2 


49.2 


19.80- 


AUQ 


109-2 


119-4 


106.0 


38.0 


49.4 


19.65 


SEP 


114.2 


115.3 


112.6 


38.6 


50.9 


20.01 


OCT 


118.5 


123.9 


118.6 


39.2 


50.2 


19.59 


NOV 


116.9 


121.0 


114.0 


38.2 


48.0 


19.64 


DEC 


113-9 


118-5 


112.9 


38.8 


48.1 


18.60 


AVERAGE 


112.0 


115.1 


109.3 


38.2 


49-6 


19.75 


II 


1935- JAN 


112.2 


121.0 


110.0 


38.4 


52.3 


19.80 


FEB 


113.5 


122.4 


110.8 


38.2 


51.2 


19.40 


MAR 


109.6 


119.9 


10R.3 


38.7 


52.3 


19.98 


APR 


109.6 


122.1 


110.0 


39.3 


52.8 


20.67 


MAY 


1Q7.3 


117.4 


103.5 


37.8 


54.9 


20.64 


JUN 


106. 1 


117.1 


104.3 


38.5 


54.5 


20.74 


JUL 


105.4 


115.3 


102.0 


37.9 


54.6 


20.63 


AUG 


107.9 


115.0 


101.7 


36.9 


54.9 


20.32 


SEP 


110.3 


121.5 


109.9 


39.0 


54.8 


20.97 


OCT 


112.6 


124.9 


115.0 


40.0 


53.6 


21.10 


NOV 


111.2 


118.S 


105.9 


37.3 


SB.O 


j>o.a4 


DEC 


109.6 


121.5 


109.3 


39.1 


55.0 


21.23 


AVERAGE 


109.6 


119.7 


107.6 


58,4 


53.8 


20.49 


Soure*: Bureau of Labor Statlatiet. Data ire for clasalflcatlon "Dra«- 
gitte' j^reparatlonc* Daring June and Deceober 1933 and 1934 e^rozl- 
teitely 96 per oemt of the en;>l07eee reported under tble olaseiflcatlon 
were covered "by the Oode definition. Tor explanation of the methods used, 
some of idiich reenlt in figoree different from those of B.L*8*« tee text* 
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Code No. 


204 


PUMBIKG FIXIPUHSS IBDUSTRT 
Fuc+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, ond Wac 


les, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(C?nt») 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

iC9li«r9l 


EMPUJYMENT PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933-JAN 


79.7 


53-5 


49.0 


IS.S 


47.4 


10.01 


FEB 


91-4 


65-6 


71.6 


23.3 


42.2 


10.69 


MAR 


90.fi 


79. a 


flfl.a 


29,2 


45 ,3 


■\3.12 


APR 


86-7 


69.fi 


69.2 


22.8 


46.0 


11.87 


MAY 


99.4 


101-B 


112.3 


33.6 


44.1 


15.20 


JUN 


107.B 


126.9 


146.2 


40.5 


43-7 


17. 55 


JUL 


^n9.$ 


lift, 4 


Ifp.? 


34.0 


43,6 


15,99 


AUG 


107, R 


131.? 


1?6,1 


35,0 


50,5 


18,17 


SEP 


11R.6 


136,5 


126.6 


32,6 


51.7 


17.54 


OC7- 


11?»1 


129, fi 


117,4 


?0,9 


63.4 


16,91 


NOV 


101,7 


97,? 


A4,a 


24.8 


P4,3 


14.14 


DEC 


97.a 


90-7 


82.8 


25.2 


53.8 


13.75 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


29.3 


48.1 


14.56 


II 


1934 -JAN 


7«^a 


73.5 


65.7 


24.5 


52-9 


13.61 


FEB 


97.6 


90,7 


80.6 


24.6 


53-1 


13-64 


MAR 


97,4 


96.4 


85.4 


26.1 


53.8 


14.53 


APR 


93.0 


93.9 


83.4 


26.7 


53.3 


14.81 


MAY 


92.8 


97.2 


87.0 


27.9 


53.5 


15.61 


JUN 


105.9 


lia.9 


108.1 


30.4 


54.0 


16.76 


JUL. 


Bfif4 


99.fi 


90.6 


31.2 


55.0 


17.30 


AUG 


aa.7 


9fi.9 


88.3 


31,4 


54-3 


17.17 


SEP 


aa.7 


95.4 


86.1 


28-9 


55-1 


16.17 


OCT 


94.7 


117-2 


107.6 


33.8 


55.2 


18.61 


NOV 


93^4 


119, a 


109,2 


34.8 


55-6 


19.21 


DEC 


op, ft 


1J>fi,Q 


n?i^9 


36.0 


55.4 


19.85 


AVERAGE 


92.4 


102.1 


92.3 


29.7 


54-2 


16.44 


II 


1935- JAN 


inp,p 


136,? 


124,0 


36.0 


54.6 


19.56 


TEB 


107^7 


147-a 


132.4 


36.6 


55.0 


20.09 


MAR 


107,4 


150,7 


132,-l 


36,6 


56.2 


20.51 


APR 


109. fi 


156.4 


137.4 


3V-3 


56.5 


21.03 


MAY 


119, a 


172.5 


151-0 


37.5 


56.2 


21.02 


JUN 


ISfl.l 


17a. 


156.7 


36.4 


55-6 


20.12 


JUL 


i4a^fi 


190,7 


168,8 


35,0 


55,6 


19.45 


AUG 


160,4 


PJ2.3 


193.1 


36.2 


56.1 


21.04 


SEP 


166.7 


227.6 


203.3 


38-6 


56.2 


£1.67 


OCT 


159.3 


237.6 


212.0 


39.6 


56.0 


22.20 


NOV 


1B4.8 


219.7 


195.1 


37.5 


56.2 


21.12 


DEC 


151.5 


222-2 


196.5 


38.6 


56.4 


21.81 


AVERAGE 


132.9 


187.7 


16§.9 


?7,3 


56.8 


20.80 


Sovoei Bureau of Labor Statistics in cooperation wj 
Berlew, IBi. Daring Jme and December 1933 and 1934 
porting •stablishments were eorered completely or (ii 
ooii5)letely "by the code definition. For e:qplanatlon < 
some of ^lich restat in figures different from those 


Lth the Division of 
activities of the re- 
1 a few eases) almost 
)f the methods used, 
of B.L.S*, see text. 



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- 176 - 
Table 84 




Code Ho- 257 


PBIHTIfiO DQUlPMFnfT IISOBITaT AND TRAIK 
i Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cent el 


AVERAGE 
WCEKLY 

1 Dollar. > 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933 -JAN 


96.S 


98-3 


82.8 


27.7 


7fi.2 


21 ffiA 


FEB 


96.8 


88.6 


85-9 


28.fi 


74.9 


19.39 


MAR 


96.1 


94.6 


96.4 


31.8 


65. 


20.flA 


APR 


95.4 


93.1 


93. a 


31 .5 


65^5 


21.06 


MAY 


94.8 


93.3 


91.7 


31.0 


fiR^A 


21 ,24 


J UN 


8fi.5 


81.5 


83. fl 


32. ft 


64.6 


»lt20 


JUL. 


as.ft 


83.8 


flfi.2 


31.9 


64t2 


?1 tO? 


AUG 


103.5 


107-9 


10fl.fi 


33.fi 


6$fil 


??!.Sfl 


SEP 


109-a 


lis. 9 


ns.fi 


3?,? 


A<>t9 


'>P:,m 


OCX 


iio.r 


lOf^.O 


IIR,! 


??»3 


65.9 


21. 2S 


NOV 


118.8 


117.5 


119.3 


33.6 


65.2 


21.92 


DEC 


116.2 


121.6 


124.8 


34.4 


64.3 


22-17 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


31.9 


6A.9 


21.38 


II 


1934 -JAN 


119.0 


131.0 


133-3 


35-9 


65-4 


23.49 


FEB 


124.1 


132.1 


133.3 


34.4 


66-1 


22-77 


MAR 


ISO. 5 


148.7 


148.7 


36.6 


66.8 


24.^ 


APR 


136.4 


167.6 


168.4 


37.2 


66.5 


24.73 


MAY 


141,2 


176.0 


167.6 


38.0 


70.0 


26-51 


J UN 


142.1 


174.9 


167.2 


37.7 


70.1 


26.41 


JUU 


143.2 


174.3 


167.2 


37.4 


69.8 


26-10 


AUS 


141.9 


172.4 


164.3 


37.1 


70-4 


26.06 


SEP 


14S.3 


175.8 


166-8 


37-3 


70-7 


26.33 


OCT 


145.4 


176.3 


172.5 


38.0 


66.2 


25.89 


NOV 


146.1 


167.5 


165.1 


36.2 


68-0 


24.63 


DEC 


148-0 


184-6 


182.4 


39-5 


67-9 


26-80 


AVERAGE 


138.4 


164.1 


160. 6 


37.1 


68.3 


25.34 


II 


1935- JAN 


lBO-2 


187-4 


182.2 


38-9 


67-8 


26-38 


FEB 


161.8 


179.9 


174.7 


37.0 


68-0 


25-12 


MAR 


163.6 


197.7 


190-8 


39.8 


68.1 


27.12 


APR 


15S.9 


199.2 


191.6 


39.9 


68.6 


27.36 


MAY 


155.0 


196.9 


189-1 


39-1 


68-8 


26-93 


JUN 


163.1 


200-3 


191.4 


37,6 


69-2 


26-00 


JUL 


163.8 


198-5 


189.fi 


37-1 


69-1 


25.67 


AUG 


158.6 


204.2 


194.5 


39.3 


69.3 


27.25 


SEP 


160.2 


206.9 


199.5 


39.9 


68.6 


27.33 


OCT 


161.8 


21S.5 


204.0 


40.4 


69.2 


27.93 


NOV 


184.0 


206-B 


1SS.2 


38-9 


68. B 


26-63 


DEC 


167.8 


228-S 


218-8 


41.9 


68-9 


28-89 


AVERAGE 


158.6 


201.6 


193.8 


39.2 


68.7 


26.88 


Source: Bureau of Labor Statistlea In cooperation wit 
Barlew, HBi. During Jxtne and Secenber 1933 and 1934 a 
porting •stablighmentt nere covered couqpletely or (in 
coiqsletely b7 the code definition. For explanation of 
Boms of which restCLt in figures different from those o 


h the DiTlsion of 
^tivitieg of the re- 
a few oases) almost 

the metliods used, 
f B.L.S.* see text. 



DIVISION OF REVIEW, NRA 

Industxy Statistics Unit, SG:nRiih 



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TaT)l« 85 



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BiLXLIQLI cm BUILDIHO IHSUSTST 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 



MONTH 



INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 



EMPLOYMENT 



=fi4 



PAYROLLS 



MAN-MOURS 



AVEPA6C 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 



WAGES 



AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Centa; 



AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Pollara) 



laaarJAN 



96.1 



102.4 



_9a.^ 



_M,A. 



4rt-Q 



17.14 



FEB 



MAR 



APR 



jasuSL 



9Q.2 



.aa»&. 



.11.0 



89.7 



90.7 



9fi.O 



.a6.A. 



90.0 



jBa«a- 



9ft- 8 



JBUl- 



46.7 



_5fi.^ 



_fifl.fi_ 



jLfioa. 



-ifi.^. 



_l£uJ2- 



MAY 



JSU2L 



_aB«ft. 



.J9^ 



_3a*3_ 



_5a*i. 



16.49 



JUM 



78.2 



70.7 



72.7 



31.1 



&6.4 



i5.oe 



JUl. 



AUG 



97.0 



87.2 



-95.^ 



_22.£. 



Jlfi^QL 



lift. 4 



117^0 



-34.0. 



_&a«a. 



..54JL 



JA^IBl. 



JLfi.9Q_ 



SEP 



OCT 



111.4 



_1QB^ 



107. 6 



ja2iJL 



_lDB»fi_ 



JJLa*2- 



JJ.3.^ 



_34»9- 



67.4 



_fi2.fi_ 



JL£«2I. 



19.96 



NOV 



110. a 



113.2 



-114.:l 



_a4.5_ 



JSaJL 



JL&UfiL 



DEC 



AVgRAGC 



JJ&mS- 



12S-8 



AOiMiL 



_1Q(ML 






33.2 



33.4 



68.2 



65.6 



17.94 



16.86 



1934 -JAN 



FEB 



122.6 



jjaa. 



_iaQ»&. 



_1M^^ 



iia-1 



-lfii«4- 



.^2^2^ 



34.6 



86>8 



§7.7 



17^84. 
19.79 



MAR 



j£a«4- 



jjasLS- 



166.9 



36.0 



58.6 



20.34 



APR 



X7Q.6 



X99.1 



1B0.9 



36.5 



68.3 



ao.fe6 



MAY 



J UN 



jja^ 



.ji&i. 



aoQ.6 



36.6 



JOSL^ 



.21&JQ. 



22B.9 



36.1 



58.0 



67.4 



30.48 



30. g4 



JUL 



JLfl9«2- 



.214.8- 



..2QQ.iL 



ag.6 



87.6 



19.18 



Aua 



IBS.fl 



J31Z^ 



:is&m6- 



-26^2. 



69. 9 



30.94 



_S£P. 



OCT 



NOV 



DEC 



AVERAGE 



Jja»2- 



170.1 



JL&Q,^ 



JOuSi. 



JM^&. 



128.8 



32.6 



126.7 



J2fi«^ 



-12^.^ 



33.8 



131.9 



-IfiL^ 



191.0 



129.P 



J3*L 



164.6 



33.9 



61.4 



61.0 



»?.! 



60.7 



68.9 



18.88 



19.80 



19.86 



19.77 



19.79 



1935- JAN 



-122.8- 



JL4g.iL 



A3QmS. 



33.0 



60.3 



19.87 



FEB 



JLfiS.2. 



-aQL«l- 



-iSaS. 



34.6 



61.4 



21.16 



MAR 



-202^ 



f^^SitS 



818 .6 



36. Q 



62.0 



22.24 



APR 



MAY 



JUN 



JUL 



ftftS.fi 
J^4.iL 



JQLiS- 



356.3 



37.2 






J36&^ 



36.6 



-182*1. 



JI&mI. 



193 ^8 



32.6 



JL2a.^ 



iae.7 



113.9 



3Q.9 



63.3 



63.9 



62.. 7 



SQtS 



33.43 



23.87 



ao.4 i 



18.76 



AUG 



-SEP. 



.JL2i.A. 



2MJL 



133.6. 



33.1 



.liZiJL 



-15L7_ 



33.9 



60.3 



59.2 



19.82 



19.96 



OCT 



NOV 



ise.s 



190.0 



168.5 



r?5e3 



179. 8 



JOSLJL 



J.S&jJL 



.S6«JS. 



59.? 



-81*2- 



21.65 



21.60 



P£g 



■ AVERAGE 



JMai. 



jSS2a£. 



171(^9 



g'i^-g 



J57«.2 



-g09.9 



JLIKUQ. 



62.1 



g«-ftft 



8«ta>Ms Boraaa. of Labor Statlatlos. Data to» for ol&saification "Cara, 
•lootrle and ataoa.* So^liis Jwia aad Jteaembor 1933 asd 1934 apprczlmatoly 
80 per oeat of iha oqaloyaaa reportad mdar tbla olaaaiflcation ware 
ooYered lij fhe Code daflaitloa. 3tor e^laiiatlon of the methoda uaed, eoaie 
ef wbleh reanlt In flfioraa different froa thoae of BuL.8.. aae text. 
I >/ Aa ad jnated to 1933 t»nat a totala tr BBA. 

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- 180 - 
Table 86 




Code Bo. 


198 




S4IUUT SAIXTI iPPLIilCB UnXBOlI 
Factory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH ' 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cwti) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(DoXiftTi) 


EMPU3YMENT 


PAYROLUS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933 -JAN 


105.2 


107.6 


104.6 


21.7 


60.fi 


14.27 


TEB 


100.2 


97.0 


99.7 


21.7 


57.4 


13.50 


MAR 


97.4 


84.1 


88.9 


19.9 


58.6 


11.67 


APR 


^3.0 


66.1 


70.0 


16.4 


58.4 


9.60 


MAY 


90.6 


67.7 


70.6 


17.0 


69.4 


10.10 


J UN 


9fi.l 


77.8 


6S.4 


18.7 


58.4 


10.95 


vJUL 


97.8 


86. 6 


91. B 


20.4 


58-0 


11.83 


AUG 


99.& 


99.9 


97.3 


21.3 


63-6 


13.56 


SEP 


lOS.S 


lll.S 


107.9 


22-8 


64-0 


14-57 


OCT- 


104.8 


12R.9 


121.fi 


2i.a 


64.3 


lfi.P4 


NOV 


107,4 


1?9.7 


19^,0 


27,2 


64,7 


17,57 


DEC 


104.fi 


137-S 


131.4 


27.4 


64.9 


17.76 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


21.7 


61.0 


13.47 


II 


1934 -JAN 


108.7 


146.1 


139.1 


27.9 


65.1 


18.16 


FEB 


Jlli-9 


152.4 


147.8 


28.8 


63.9 


18.41 


MAR 


11B.7 


177.1 


170.4 


32-1 


64.5 


20.68 


APR 


122.« 


19S.3 


185.4 


33.1 


64.6 


a. 39 


MAY 


12fi.8 


210.6 


202.3 


34.8 


64.4 


22.44 


J UN 


129.fi 


225.2 


216.3 


36-4 


64.6 


23.48 


JUt. 


141.4 


239.2 


219-1 


33.8 


67.9 


22.94 


AUG 


ISfl.l 


241. B 


223.6 


35-3 


67.2 


23.70 


SEP 


ISfi.S 


209.1 


193.8 


31-0 


67.2 


20.83 


OCT 


las.s 


217.7 


198.7 


32.5 


68.3 


22.18 


NOV 


J^fO 


207^0 


188.0 


30-6 


68-4 


20.91 


DEC 


11^^.4 


?19.9 


?m-9 


32.5 


67.6 


21.97 


AVERAGE 


IPT.fl 


205. S 


190.5 


32-4 


66-1 


21.42 


11 


1935- JAN 


153.7 


207.1 


191,3 


31,2 


65-0 


20.24 


FEB 


196.? 


224.0 


205. B 


32-4 


65-2 


21-16 


MAR 


1??1 17 


19<l^(i 


lflf),fl 


32.4 


66-2 


21-43 


APR 


187.P 


211 ^fi 


192-0 


32-9 


66.1 


21.74 


MAY 


121.6 


ill 98. a 


181,2 


32-5 


66.5 


21.63 


JUN 


l??.ft 


Tfll t6 


if.3,a 


29-1 


66.0 


19.23 


JUL 


IP?. 4 


1B7.1 


168.1 


29^7 


fifi.4 


19.73 


AUG 


llft,?i 


21A^3 


187.5 


34-5 


66-2 


22.84 


SEP 


IP.Q.fl 


£35.2 


209-0 


35.1 


66.2 


23.22 


OCT 


130.9 


256.6 


228.0 


38.0 


66.1 


25.13 


NOV 


133.0 


257.3 


227.5 


37.3 


66.5 


24.83 


DEC 


1S3.8 


272.7 


2S8.7 


38.9 


67.3 


26.16 


AVERAGE 


127.9 


220.5 


197.8 


33.7 


66.1 


22.28 


Soorcei Bureau of Labor Statistics In cooperation with the DItIg 
BeTlew, HBA.. Daring Juoe and Decem'ber 1933 and 1934 activities o 
porting establlahiaentB were covered completely or (in a few . cases 
completely by the code definition. For e:q)lanatlon of the method 
Bfflne of which result In figures different from those of B.L.8.» s 


ion of 
f the re- 
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BiZOI IKD SUE DIEIHG ABD PBIVTIHG IBDUBIBT 

Tac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 



^■■oN-rH 



INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 



emrjoyment payrolls man-hours 



AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 



WAGES 



AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(C«nf ) 



AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollar a) 



il933 -JAN 



ADA^l. 



109.4 



111.2 



89.4 



47.6 



19.36 



PEB 



-Ifl&JL 



AQ&^iL 



-114JL 



41.2 



47.3 



19.49 



MAR 



97.6 



-BL.3- 



_as«B- 



32.9 



47.7 



16.99 



APR 



_lfi4«fi_ 



llfi.9 



J^a«iL 



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_4&.2_ 



21 .22 



MAY 



JUN 



JLfi4^ 



AQZm^ 



JOAafi- 



.42^ 



Ji2&^ 



JLQUL 



117.4 



ASalL 



-ia*afi- 



JUL 



112.4 



102.9 



120.9 



-43mJL 



-42.«£. 



17.26 



AUG 



llfi*8 



JlQ*fl_ 



-10Q«A. 



J23«fi_ 



.fifi^A. 



J^«24- 



SEP 



.£4«a. 



47.2 



_4&«fi. 



_33*2. 



-fifi-6- 



ifi.aa 



OCX 



NOV 



39.9 



189.9 



42.4 

148. B 



38.8 



86.8 



1P1.4 



3fi.8 



fi3.6 



MU6- 



-20^20- 



21.72 



DEC 



lffl.2 



l£9.g 



iQg-g 



J£«(L 



62.4 



19.90 



AVETRAGE 



AQQ^iL 



AQSi^iL 



JJUUL 



_8&.1_ 



.M^3L 



J£^9£_ 



1934 -JAN 



FEB 



1P1.7 
123.7 



123.1 



142.A 



91.2 



113.0 



-28*2- 



-3LJL 



.£&JL 



.60^9. 



JA^iOZ. 



_2Lja. 



MAR 



APR 



-12£«1. 



128.2 



J<Q3«8- 



_32«4- 



119.0 



JL£4«fi_ 



97.6 



.Jl^A. 



61.7 



.££^ 



19t74 



19.79 



MAY 



jj^L^a. 



111.2 



8S.7 



_2a«i. 



-64..£- 



_1A«16_ 



JUN 



109.9 



8B.6 



66.8 



23.3 



-63*2- 



14.86 



JUL 



106.7 



90.6 



-26*2- 



27.0 



62.2 



16.37 



AUG 



107.7 



106.1 



jafi*9- 



-30*9- 



63.1 



_19..23- 



SEP 



101.9 



107.3 



90.7 



-34*JL 



_62»2. 



.20*fi6- 



OCT 



-106*4- 



JXI0*4. 



80. 7 



.29*2- 



.£2^2- 



JJLalfi- 



NOV 



J1*Z- 



36.9 



-29*2- 



36.1 



fiP.l 



-22*46- 



DEC 



118.0 



148.1 



ina.a 



33.7 



69.1 



23.32 



AVERAGE 



107.1 



108. a 



.B&*4- 



.30*8- 



.£2*1. 



19.46 



1935- JAN 



TEB 



MAR 



-12Ufi- 



113^6 



no.B 



164.4 



133.4 



134.4 



110.3 



93.7 



94.6 



-84.2- 
31.6 



32.8 



69.2 



69.7 



70.3 



_2A*0B- 



22.01 



-28*01. 



APR 



109.2 



128.3 



ftQ-ft 



_31*fL 



70.7 



_22*2a_ 



MAY 



106.4 



-104.6 



_Z2*a_ 



_26*2- 



71.2 



_ia*fiZ. 



JUN 



lOfl.l 



88.8 



60.7 



23.2 



72.6 



-16*28- 



JUL 



-9Q«8- 



76.7 



-62*2- 



-22*0- 



72.0 



16.79 



AUG 



93.t 



104.1 



.80*2- 



_S3«0- 



_6i*2- 



_22*Z8- 



SEP 



.42*£_ 



69. P. 



-68*4- 



J28*2- 



.fia*fi- 



JA.fifi_ 



OCT 



98,1 



89.8 



■66.8 



.2fi*r. 



71.1 



-ia*flQ_ 



NOV 



MaL. 



SZaS^ 



68.4 



26.6 



71.5 



19.06 



DEC 



82.6 



g6.8 



78.0 



80.2 



70.6 



.ZL^ZL 



AVERAGE 



_1Q2L^ 



107.6 



77,6 



-2a*fi_ 



70 «6 



20,88 



8oiiro«t Bar«aa of Labor Statlstlos in oooperatlon with tho Division of 
BaiTlev, BBA. Daring Jtna and D*o«nlMr 1933 and 1934 aetlTltleB of the re- 
porting eatabliafamanti were ooTored conipletely or (in a few oaaet) alaoet 
coaqpletely "by the code definition. Tor explanation of the methods used, 
•one of which result in figures different from those of B.L.8., see text. 



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- 184 - 
Table 88 




Code Ho 


. 14 


BATON AH) SYNTHETIC YAifli PaDDUCIWG Il^-DUSTRT 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cent.) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollars) 


EMPUOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 

A/ 


MAN-HOURS 


1933-JAN 


89.2 


66.3 


97.8 


45.5 


37.7 


16.83 


FEB 


89-1 


84.8 


95.2 


44.3 


3»,0 


16.50 


MAR 


84.7 


80.4 


90.7 


44^4 


38.1 


16.38 


APR 


'79-5 


72.6 


82.8 


43.2 


3b.O 


15.74 


MAY 


87.6 


83.2 


94.2 


44.6 


37.5 


16.27 


JUfM 


92.3 


92.1 


100.8 


45.3 


37.3 


17,05 


JUL. 


99,8 


99^3 


106.1 


44.1 


40.8 


16.51 


AUG 


112,0 


111.0 


106.9 


39.6 


45.2 


17.21 


SEP 


117,0 


119,8 


107.1 


38.0 


46.3 


17.38 


OCT- 


)17,,'* 


1»d?,fl 


107.2 


37.9 


46-3 


17.75 


NOV 


117^5 


123.3 


107.1 


37.8 


46.8 


17,55 


DEC 


114.1 


124.4 


104.2 


37.9 


48.2 


18.28 


AVERAGE 


100«0 


100.0 


100.0 


41.9 


41.7 


16.95 


J| 


1934 -JAN 


113-1 


117-2 


98.2 


36.0 


48.3 


17.35 


FEB 


llB-1 


123.9 


103.8 


37.4 


47.7 


17.86 


MAR 


114.0 


122.9 


105.1 


37.5 


47.8 


17.90 


APR 


112.9 


124.7 


102.6 


37.7 


48.6 


18,27 


MAY 


94.8 


107.7 


85.2 


37.3 


50.6 


18.84 


J UN 


96,9 


112.6 


87.8 


37.6 


51.5 


19.26 


JUL. 


lOB^l 


117.5 


92.2 


36.4 


51.0 


18.56- 


AUG 


107,7 


120^0 


-.92.7 


35.7 


51.3 


18,32 


SZP 


108, P 


121.4 


^9 


36.4 


51.6 


18.81 


OCT 


108.7 


122.2 


96.7 


36.9 


51.6 


18,79 


NOV 


113,S 


130-5 


103.2 


37.7 


50.9 


19.16 


DEC 


llfi.fi 


135.2 


107.1 


38,1 


50.8 


19.35 


AVERAGE 


108.9 


121.3 


97,3 


37.1 


50.1 


18.54 


II 


1935- JAN 


119,fi 


138,2 


110,5 


38.3 


50.4 


19.32 


FEB 


122.8 


142.1 


113.1 


38.2 


50.5 


19.29 


MAR 


123.5 


142.1 


112.0 


37.6 


51.1 


19.21 


APR 


118.6 


136.7 


105.8 


37.0 


52.0 


19.25 


MAY 


115.7 


133.9 


103.5 


37.1 


52.2 


19.36 


JUN 


115.4 


135.4 


105.1 


37.8 


51.6 


19.51 


JUL 


116.1 


135^3 


105.5 


37.7 


51.4 


19.38 


AUG 


120-5 


142-7 


111.3 


38.3 


51.4 


19.70 


SEP 


125.2 


148.7 


116.5 


38.6 


51.2 


19.73 


OCT 


126.3 


148.4 


116.3 


38.2 


51.3 


19.56 


NOV 


126.1 


148.3 


115.5 


38.0 


51.5 


19.68 


DEC 


126.7 


150.9 


117.0 


38.3 


51.9 


19.84 


AVERAGE 


121.4 


141,9 


111.0 


37.9 


51.4 


19.48 


Scurce: Bureau of Labor Stall etloe. Data are for cL 
and allied productgf' During June and December 1933 
95 per cent of the employeee reported under this clas 
covered "by the Code definition. For explanation of tl 
of ^ich result in figures different from those of B. 
a/ As adjusted to 1933 Census totals by lIBAj_ 


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and 1934 ap] 
sification i 
tie methods ^ 
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pre re 

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ext. 



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- 186 - 
Table 89 




Coda Mo. 


16S 


RKPBACTOHIES INDDSTRY 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, qnd Wac 


es, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(0«*lt8) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 


EMPLOYMCNT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


193 3 -JAN 


66.5 


64.6 


59.9 


29.8 


37.1 


10.35 


TEB 


73.7 


60. 3 


fil.fl 


26. f) 


29.1 


10.55 


MAR 


fia.9 


49-1 


fiq-fl 


»4.4 


afi.7 


9.10 


APR 


73.8 


55.2 


73-2 


33-7 


36-a 


9.46 


MAY 


77.3 


68.0 


77.4 


34.0 


36.6 


11.12 


JUN 


96.1 


105.6 


110.4 


38.2 


35.6 


13. &7 


JUL 


12fi.8 


153.4 


153-8 


41.2 


37-4 


ifi.ea 


AUG 


136.8 


162.0 


161-2 


37-0 


41-0 


14. 6B 


SEP 


136.1 


162.8 


125-4 


33-3 


Afi-B 


13.86 


OCT 


isa.B 


129-a 


11.^-1 


29.9 


44-9 


ip.fia 


NOV 


loa.i 


111-1 


101.8 


31 -fi 


44.1 


IP. 47 


DEC 


99.fi 


98.5 


9S-0 


31.7 


42.7 


12.00 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100-0 


33-6 


39-7 


12-09 


|| 


1934 -JAN 


97-fi 


104-1 


93-2 


S2-B 


42.4 


13-00 


FEB 


100.7 


114-6 


9B.a 


. 33-3 


43-3 


13-94 


MAR 


103-9 


124-7 


107.4 


3fi-l 


42-0 


14-08 


APR 


109-0 


131 -4 


113.9 


35.5 


42.7 


14.47 


MAY 


116.7 


153.1 


125-4 


36-5 


46.1 


16.56 


JUN 


119.7 


149-8 


119-1 


33-8 


47-4 


15-60 


JUL. 


llfi.O 


1S4-1 


102-7 


30-1 


47-5 


14-53 


AUG 


lOB.a 


112-2 


fifi-» 


26-9 


47-5 


12-95 


SEP 


97. S 


98-8 


80. a 


. 2fl.2 


47-6 


13.16 


OCT 


87.2 


99.6 


77.0 


30.0 


48.3 


14.52 


NOV 


87.0 


99.5 


76.9 


30.0 


48.7 


14.50 


DEC 


fl9-7 


98.4 


7fi.B 


31-0 


49-2 


15.09 


AVERAGE 


IDS^S^ 


118^4 


96.4 


31*9^ 


46-1 


14.38 


il 


1935- JAN 


fifi.fi 


103-9 


78-1 


31.0 


49-3 


15.24 


FEB 


94.S 


132.2 


98.9 


36.6 


49.5 


18.19 


MAR 


101.8 


141.7 


104-9 


35. 


48.9 


17.14 


APR 


97.8 


127-1 


93-3 


32-4 


49.4 


15.96 


MAY 


93.7 


118.3 


87.7 


31.8 


46.7 


i&*75 


JUN 


9S.1 


116.4 


86.1 


31.4 


49.4 


15.62 


JUU 


92. S 


112.6 


84.8 


31.2 


48.9 


IP.OS 


AUG 


99.1 


135.6 


99.2 


34.0 


49.0 


16.77 


SEP 


102.5 


164.0 


112.8 


37.0 


48.6 


16.24 ' 


OCT 


108.8 


167.9 


122.7 


38.3 


49.4 


18.97 


NOV 


104.7 


188^9 


IIR.R 


37-6 


49.6 


18.61 


DEC 


ioa.4 


isa-7 


llfi-0 


37.8 


49.7 


18.89 


AVERAGE 


98.2 


1SS.6 


99.9 


S4.4 


49tZ 


17.04 


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Table 90 



Cods No. 60 



BSTAIL TRAIXB (QEHERAL UEHCHAIOISE GSOUP) 
^SSSEES^ Employment, Payrolls, Hours, qnd Wages, 1933-1935 W 



MONXH 



INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 



EMPU3YMENT 



^ 



PAYROLLS 



J^ 



MAN-HOURS 



AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 



WAGES 



AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 



AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollars) 



933-JAN 



90,7 



93.9 



95>6 



43 .1 



41.7 



15.30 



r^B 



86.7 



87.S 



91.3 



43.1 



41.3 



MAR 



88.9 



APR 



95.8 



_81*7_ 

93.0 



87.8 



42.8 



je.2 



101.0 



43.1 



39.7 



MAY 



JUN 



93.2 
94.9 



90.7 



98.7 



43.3 



40.3 



92«7 



100.4 



43.3 



39.9 



JUL 



88.7 



_86*£_ 



91.1 



42.0 



39.9 



AUG 



93.1 



95.4 



86.7 



38. 1 



45.8 



14.88 



14.38 



14.34 



14.37 



14.43 



14.37 
15.16 



SEP 



1 Q5 . 7 



109.8 



97 .7 



37.8 



47-6 



J£.55_ 



OCT 



JJU^ 



_115.2_ 



AQ2^2L 



37.6 



47,7 



NOV 



J15.2_ 



JJLfi»4_ 



_lQ6.a_ 



37.6 



47-7 



DEC 



141.2 



137.8 



JL£L.&. 



AVERAGE 



100.0 



100.0 



lOQ.Q 



43„0 



JIjSL 



4 2.7 



J^JSQ_ 



14.9?. 



J^Li2. 



14.77 



19 34 -JAN 



-iQ2,a_ 



108. 7 



97,6 



38. 8 



47.S 



15.62 



FEB 



_liJQ»9- 



JI05»4_ 



9Ti.4 



37.0 



48.4 



A5*41_ 



MAR 



1Q7.0 



lQ9.g 



97.1 



37.1 



48.n 



-ifiwoa- 



APR 



IQ8.Q 



_113»2_ 



JLQQ*a_ 



38.2 



-4a*a. 



15.47 



MAY 



109.2 



JLOUSl. 



sfl.n 



48.5 



15.39 



JUN 



_lQ2»fi- 



113.0 



97.3 



37.0 



-48,a- 



-15S.52- 



JUL 



Qft.fi 



106,3 



90.4 



37.5 



4fl.a 



15.94 



AUS 



96.4 



102.3 



aa.4 



3 7 .5 



48.7 



J^.68- 



SEP 



108.6 



-113*2- 



100.4 



-33*a- 



4 7 .6 



-16.^59- 



OCT 



111.8 



118.2 



104.2 



38. 1 



4R.1 



15.60 



NOV 



JOd,^ 



DEC 



160 . 4 



-122.^ 



-110»St- 



-38»0- 



-46,^ 



151 . 4 



-Ul^O- 



4 ,6 



-41^ 



-16,27- 



14 .6 7 



AVERAGE 



11Q .8 



-114,^ 



-102,5- 



-38.0- 



-47.5- 



-15.4^ 



1935- JAN 103.6 



112.4 



97.9 



S8.6 



47.6 



16.02 



TEB 



102.5 



110.6 



95.9 



38.3 



47.7 



15.95 



MAR 



105.3 



113.3 



106.3 



41.3 



52.6 



15.90 



APR 



112.2 



118.5 



112.7 



41.1 



52.6 



15.61 



MAY 



108.5 



116.7 



100.1 



37.7 



48.2 



16.88 



JUN 



107.7 



116.7 



109.3 



41.5 



52.7 



16.01 



JUL 



100.3 



109.8 



102.0 



41.6 



52.1 



16. 18 



AUG 



97.0 



105.5 



99.6 



42.0 



51.7 



16.08 



SEP 



96.9 



95.4 



100.4 



42.4 



51.5 



14.56 



OCT 



99.5 



_96^ 



103.5 



42.5 



51.6 



JA.M- 



NOV 



100.4 



97.0 



103.9 



42,3 



51.5 



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DEC 



AVERAGE 



_UQ.fi. 
102.7 



106.1 



117.3 



««5 



49.1 



108.2 



104.1 



41.1 



60.7 



14.16 



15.41 



Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics. Data are for eub-classification "General 
Merchandising" of the classification "Retail Trade". This sub-classification 
according to the 1933 Census accounted for between 40 and 45 per cent of the 
employees coTered by the Cods definition. For explanation of the methods 
used some of which result in figures different from those of B.L.S., see tex|^. 
a/All employees on a salary basis or wage basis, except proprietors of 



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Ta^l g 9 1 



Code So. 156 



RUIBER MABUTACTURINO IKDUSISY 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 



MONTH 



1933-JAN 



INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 



EMPLOYMENT PAYROLLS 



84 «8 



jkL 



-aQ»fi_ 



MAN-HOURS 



as.4 



AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 



39.8 



WAGES 



AVE.RAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 



42.1 



AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollara) 



16.61 



'^e:b 



MAR 



8g.g 



79.8 



79^3 



fifl.O 



41.3 



68.4 



77.6 



37.6 



-38.^ 



40.9 



l«v^ 



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APR 



MAY 



J UN 



79.4 



80.7 



86.9 



71.2 



JSUL. 



39.5 



78 .9 



79.2 



37,9 



_9U. 



_96.S- 



42.9 



40.8 



43.3 



4a. a 



-15;S2- 



-16»9L. 



18. 17 



JUL 



AUG 



96.7 
113.9 



JLQ4»fl_ 



_na«4_ 



-112^ 



44.9 



_115»fi- 



39.3 



42 .3 



44.9 



18.79 



17 . 9 8 



SEP 



_i24.a_ 



124.7 



116.7, 



36.3 



-4SJ3- 



17 .4 6 



OCT 



JJ26*5_ 



132.5 



120.7 



-36,9- 



-VfVf- 



18,21 



NOV 



125.0 



_12fi.^ 



.iisja. 



35.0 



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DEC 



AVERAGE 



11 9.3 



100.0 



183.5 



JL12.£l 



36.6 



JilQ^ 



_1QQ»Q_ 



J5a*2_ 



48.6 



44.0 



17.57 



17^20 



1934 -JAN 



jjLa*9_ 



117.7 



104.0 



35^3 



49.6 



17.26 



FEB 



_115*0_ 



119.7 



_1Q4.1. 



35. Q 



4S.B 



17>46 



MAR 



JJL6*(L 



JL2ZU- 



_lQa»Q_ 



_3fi»0_ 



48-9 



_lfiJ52_ 



APR 



117. 7 



128.5 



_1Q9*0_ 



36.8 



49.3 



18.32 



MAY 



112.8 



_122.fi_ 



1QQ.9 



34.6 



-51*2. 



_ia.2e_ 



J UN 



JLQ5»5_ 



_116^ 



98.8 



36.2_ 



49.3 



18.43 



JUL 



_iQa.2_ 



112.3 



94.0 



_a3.aL 



4.9,fi 



17.00 



AUG 



-106.^. 



114.8 



_95*a. 



34.7 



49.7 



_ia»02_ 



SEP 



106.5 



109.7 



88.7 



32.2 



■51.1 



-17.38 



OCT 



104.9 



113.3 



_9a»6_ 



34.5 



50.9 



_lfl.01_ 



NOV 



103.7 



108^3 



_92*fl_ 



34-6 



51.5 



17 .84 



DEC 



104.7 



JI^mSl. 



99.7 



36.8 



51.6 



18.99 



AVERAGE 



109.7 



117.4 



99.1 



34.9 



50.1 



17.94 



1935- JAN 



107.9 



126.0 



105.0 



37.6 



52.2 



19.55 



FEB 



109.6 



126.9 



103.1 



36.4 



51.7 



18.89 



MAR 



11Q.3 



129.1 



105.3 



36.9 



52.6 



19.41 



APR 



107.5 



184.Q 



100.8 



36.3 



52.8 



19.04 



MAY 



106.5 



121.8 



99.1 



36.0 



54.6 



i9^i 



JUN 



103.7 



115.0 



94.4 



35.2 



54.1 



18.92 



JUL 



101.0 



1 12 .6 



92.2 



35.3 



51.9 



JJ3;i4_ 



AUG 



104.7, 



_121.5_ 



99.9 



36.9 



S2.S. 



19.27 



SEP 



OCT 



NOV 



108.7 



112.4 



_I1£J^ 



JL31.1. 



_1Q7J_ 



38*3 



139.6 



134.S 



JJi.4 



39.7 



as.o 



_52^ 



52.2 



62.3 



_2Q«02. 



20.63- 



-18*a4- 



DEC 



JLli.£_ 



148«8 



-11£*Q- 



29 «^. 



52.9 



20.88 



AVERAGE 



108«i8, 



lg7»l 



104»3 



JIx2_ 



_6i^!L 



19.51 



Sovirce: Bureau of Labor Statiatics. KRA cociposlte of data for classi- 
fications "Rubber Boots and Shoes" and "Other Rubber Qoods." During June 
and Decenber 1933 and 1934 approximately 90 per cent of the employees re- 
ported under this classification were covered by the Code definitions. Per 
I explanation of tie methods used, some of tfoich result in figures different 
L from t h o s e of B. L «a., a ae text . ; . , . ^ , , , — - ^ - 

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Table 92 




Code ISO, 


174 


EUBBER TIBE MAHUPACTUfiING IMDUSTBI 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONXH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollars)^ 


EMPLOYMENT 
a/ 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933 -JAN 


79,2 


64^,5 


70.2 


2^.9 


58.5 


17.00 


FEB 


81,1 


67^,1 


72.9 


28.7 


58.5 


17.03 


MAR 


78.8 


59.9 


64.8 


24.3 


58.8 


15.64 


APR 


79.2 


66.6 


72.4 


29.7 


58.5 


17.50 


MAY 


87.4 


93.5 


102.0 


37.7 


58.4 


22,19 


J UM 


100.4 


118.8 


130.8 


42.1 


57.8 


24.28 


JUL 


113-2 


134.4 


137.2 


38.4 


62.3 


24.39 


AUG 


121.0 


128.6 


125.9 


32.4 


65.0 


21.90 


SEP 


118-7 


121.8 


113.9 


29.9 


68.1 


21.09 


OCT 


llfi.P 


120.7 


110.5 


30.5 


69.5 


21.24 


NOV 


11?., 9 


109.1 


98.2 


38,5 


70.7 


19.52 


DEC 


111-9 


115.1 


101.2 


29.5 


72.4 


20.81 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


31.7 


63.2 


20.22 


II 


1934 -JAN 


111.4 


11S.1 


104.6 


30.3 


71.9 


21.59 


FEB 


116,2 


140.6 


117.8 


32.6 


76.0 


24.64 


MAR 


121.7 


154-3 


128.2 


33.5 


76,6 


25.13 


APR 


128.0 


164.5 


137.2 


33.8 


76,3 


25.58 


MAY 


128-9 


157.1 


130.2 


32.1 


76.8 


24.60 


J UN 


127.3 


148-8 


122.4 


30.3 


77.4 


23.48 


JUL 


120.7 


136.0 


111.8 


29.1 


77.4 


22.70 


AUS 


115,2 


121,4 


96.6 


27.4 


80.0 


21.66 


SEP 


109.7 


115-6 


94.4 


28.8 


77.9 


21.55 


OCT 


108-1 


130.7 


96.2 


28.6 


79,9 


22.76 


NOV 


107.2 


122.5 


97.5 


28.7 


80.0 


22.67 


DEC 


112.1 


146-0 


119.8 


33,4 


80.7 


26.62 


AVERAGE 


117.2 


137.1 


113.1 


30.7 


77.6 


23.58 


II 


1935- JAN 


llfi.S 


ifii,a 


11R.7 


m.a 


Rl,l 


26.70 


FEB 


118,1 


160.1 


121^3 


33-8 


84.0 


28.12 


MAR 


117.1 


158-5 


114-5 


32.4 


84.8 


27.14 


APR 


116-8 


159«2 


119.8 


33.2 


84.6 


27.80 


MAY 


114^,8 


142.7 


108.5 


30.6 


83.7 


?&.43 


JUN 


113,6 


143-4 


108-0 


30.9 


84.5 


25.85 


JUL 


109,6 


iai,8 


99,5 


29,fi 


84.2 


24-66 


AUG 


108.6 


135.8 


102.4 


30.5 


84.4 


25.59 


SEP 


109.6 


143.6 


108.1 


S2.1 


84.6 


26.82 


OCT 


110.2 


143.6 


108.1 


31.9 


84.6 


26.70 


NOV 


108.8 


145.7 


113.4 


ss.s 


81.8 


27.20 


DEC 


109.9 


155.3 


120.3 


35.3 


82.1 


28.72 


AVERAGE 


112.8 


147.1 


111.9 


32.3 


83.7 


26,75 


Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics. Data are for classlficati 
tires and inner tubes". During June and December 1933 and 1934 
mately 80 per cent of the employees reported under this classif 
were covered by the Code definition. For eaplanatlaa of the me 
some of which result in figures different from those of B.L.S. 
a/ As a4,iuflted tQ_1333-i3eMn8 to tela by UEA. 


an "Eubber 
appro xi- 
Lcation 

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Industry Statistics Unit, EG:nmh 



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Table 93 




GOdt IQ. 


114 


SCIENTIFIC APPABATUB IMLUSTRT 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, <and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = 100 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cflnti) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollars). 


EMPUDYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933-JAN 


91.9 


80-7 


BO. 2 


30.. 'S 


60.2 


18, 7? 


FEB 


78.4 


62.6 


59.2 


26.2 


61.7 


17. OP. 


MAR 


85.8 


68.3 


66. 


26,7 


61.."? 


16.96 


APR 


80.8 


70.5 


71,7 


30, ft 


59.7 


18.69 


MAY 


84.1 


81.5 


85.7 


35.4 


59.6 


20.67 


JUN 


95.0 


104.9 


111-fi 


40.8 


59-1 


£2.54 


JUL. 


100.fi 


120.1 


134.4 


46.4 


56.7 


25.46 


AUG 


122.4 


133.9 


132.9 


27.4 


62.4 


23.15 


SEP 


lPfl,S 


13fi.9 


r?;!j,9 


36 1 2 


69^4 


22,56 


OCT 


125.5 


129.4 


125.1 


34.6 


68-4 


21.99 


NOV 


104.6 


107.4 


101-2 


33.6 


63.9 


21-92 


DEC 


101.6 


104.9 


98.3 


33.6 


63.9 


22.03 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100-0 


34.3 


61.2 


21.05 


II 


1934 -JAN 


101.9 


104.7 


98.6 


23.6 


64.4 


21.94 


FEB 


106.7 


112.fi 


107.9 


35.1 


63.3 


22.38 


MAR 


116.1 


125.3 


121.7 


36.4 


62.7 


22.89 


APR 


121.8 


130.7 


131-2 


37.4 


60.9 


22.75 


MAY 


123.8 


144.2 


139-0 


39.0 


62.8 


24.70 


JUN 


125.4 


146.9 


139-1 


38.5 


65.1 


^4.92 


JUU 


124.9 


141.4 


132.7 


36.9 


65.1 


24.08 


AUG 


118.2 


132-8 


123-9 


36.4 


65.8 


23.90 


SEP 


119-7 


133-5 


125-8 


36.5 


65-4 


23.86 


OCT 


122.6 


138.3 


129-3 


36.6 


66.4 


24.18 


,i NOV 


123.1 


144.7 


134.3 


37.9 


66.6 


25.24 


• DEC 


124.7 


151.1 


138.2 


38.5 


67.6 


26.00 


AVERAGE 


119.1 


133.9 


126.8 


36*9 


L 64^8 


23.90 


II 


1935- JAN 


126.9 


154.1 


144.7 


39.6 


63.4 


25.27 


FEB 


131.0 


159.7 


145-2 


38.5 


64.3 


24.76 


MAR 


133.9 


165.2 


151.2 


39.2 


63-8 


25.02 


APR 


137.7 


167.8 


154.2 


aa.9 


66-0 


25.57 


MAY 


142.7 


177.4 


164. ft 


40,1 


65.2 


26.07 


JUN 


139.2 


172.2 


159.5 


39.8 


67.0 


26.45 


JUL 


140.2 


162-6 


152.2 


37.7 


63.8 


23.91 


1 AUG 


132.4 


157-5 


147.2 


38.6 


63-2 


24.50 


SEP 


146.1 


189.7 


175-0 


41.6 


63-9 


26-56 


OCT 


150.5 


197.7 


184.1 


42.5 


63.9 


27.06 


NOV 


146,3 


178.4 


166.0 


39.4 


64-2 


25-22 


DEC 


143.7 


184.3 


168.9 


40.8 


62.3 


25.82 


AVERAGE 


139. a 


172.2 


159 14 


39.7 


64.3 


25. &2 


louro*: Bureau of Labor Statistics la oooperation witb the Divii 
Review, MX. Darlnj J\me and December 1933 and 1934 activities c 
porting establtshittents were coTeredconpletely or (la a few casei 
cosQ>letel7 by the code defiaitlon* Tor sxplanation of the method 
tome of which result in figures different from those of S.L.S., i 
i 


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Factory Employnjent, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 



MONTH 



INDEXES 
1933 = 100 



EMPLOYMENT PAYROLLS MAN-HOURS 



_L 



AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 



WAGES 



AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 



AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(DollarB) 



1933-JAN 



FEB 



9i»3 



8!?. 3 



8S.U 



35.9 



-92^ 



g?^.7 



-9^*1- 



ja^s. 



32.1 



35.8 



1U.66 



1^.02 



MAR 



91-7 



82.7 



9Q.5 



-JZ-iL 



-35^- 



13.S7 



APR 



89.3 



go. 5 



K3-6 



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^?*2- 



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MAY 



J UM 



SFi.S 



_22vCL 



^.fi 



91.1 



86.5 



9 1.9 



36.1 



3«.? 



-3^^!- 



J5*&- 



TU.21 



IU.60 



JUL 



«-^ 



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JL03^ 



Un.i 



6^ 



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AUG 



106. q 



110.8 



109-9 



ja^- 



15.95 



SEP 



lUtS 



12Q.3 



112.3 



3^.1 



U?.i 



ASJlL. 



OCT 



116,7 



1?7.? 



111.9- 



4S^ 



42.5 



16.83 



NOV 



DEC 



11^. 3 



123.9 



1 1^. ?? 



lQ7r7 



117.1 



107.H 



3Pi.l 



37.8 



U?.l. 



UU.6 



16.59 



AVERAGE 



100.0 



100.0 



100.0 



37.9 



38.9 



1 5-31 



1934 -JAN 



qa.i 



1Q2.9 



89.3 



3^.5 



^5.5 



15.96 



FEB 



102.7 



111.5 



97 . ! ^ 



36.1 



UU.7 



16.59 



MAR 



106.3 



-llg^ 



101. 5 



36.2 



U5.U 



17.19 



APR 



106.1 



iiq.2 



10^.0 



36. 8 



^5.3 



17.21 



MAY 



1Q5.3 



_11J*2_ 



-9a^ 



-45*9- 



U5 . U 



17 .05 



J UN 



JUL 



AUG 



100.7 



109.3 



102.6 



103.6 



41^ 



.^ii^ 



iieA_ 



?^P1.8 



9^-7 



-^^ 



35.Q 



U6.? 



45 .4 



^5.9 



16.66 



15.9^ 



lb. 65 



SEP 



109.6 



^ ?? .f>, 



JX^^ 



45-^ 



U3.6 



15 . sU 



OCT 



115.0 



133.^ 



m.7 



36. K 



t^U .l 



i6.Pl 



NOV 



117. P! 



J35JL. 



II3. U 



-46u^ 
38.6. 

-35^ 



kk .i 



jl£. 



r^ 



DEC 



AVERAGE 



115.7 



139.5 



117.8 



106 . 6 



nx-q 



101. 1_ 



U'=>.2 



U5.1 



17 



16.59 



96.0 



45. 8 



1935- JAN 



103-7 



115.6 



35-1 



T6Tor 



FEB 



105 - 7 



117.2 



_asA- 



-35- 



Jt5. 



i6.nU 



MAR 



in7.U 



130.9 



103.1 



-3^ 



-^ 



16.56 



APR 



105-7 



116.^ 



98.4 



35-3 



'^5-5 



16.07 



MAY 



103.7 



11 2.2 



qu.6 



-Jliui. 



JiSA. 



15.72 



JUN 



in?. 3 



nn.9 



92.8 



j5S: 



45.7 



15.78 



JUL 



-10^^ 



IIQ.3 



92.1 



33.8 



Ji5A. 



15.37 



AUG 



108.1 



123.0 



10U.6 



36.7 



UU.3 



16.39 



SEP 



II6.U 



139 . 4 



i?n.6 



-39-3- 



-leo- 



17.P8 



OCT 



123. 7 



15S.5 



156.7 



41.9 



42.8 



17.98 



NOV 



DEC 



125.6 



122.1 



152. 7 
152.0 



135.8 



41.0 



136.5 



42.5 



42.6 



42.4 



17.67 



18.00- 



AVERAGE 



110.6 



127.0 



109.1 



37, 2 



44.5 



16.58 



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Table 95 




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SHIPBUILDING AMD SHIP REPAIRING IMDUSTBI 
Factory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVEIRAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollars) 


EMPLOYMENT 

a/ 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933 -JAN 


97-2 


95-5 


93.5 


29.8 


59.4 


20.64 


FEB 


91,9 


90,5 


87,6 


29,5 


61,2 


20.85 


MAR 


86.9 


82,7 


. H5,4 


30,5 


57,9 


19.98 


APR 


79,9 


76,7 


80,8 


31,3 


56.7 


20.15 


MAY 


85.6 


83.2 


91.1 


33.0 


55.6 


20.39 


J UN 


86.7 


83-5 


88.3 


31-5 


55-0 


20.09 


JUL 


94,6 


93,4 


ino,a 


33,0 


55,7 


20.58 


AUG 


104,0 


103,3 


107,4 


30,3 


fil.7 


20,62 


SEP 


116,^ 


llft.fi 


114.9 


50.6 


64.2 


21.24 


OCT 


119.7 


123.0 


117.2 


30.3 


67.1 


21.43 


NOV 


115-3 


121.5 


109.8 


29.5 


67.5 


21.56 


DEC 


122.0 


128.0 


123.0 


31.2 


65.1 


21.41 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


30.9 


60.6 


20.76 


|| 


1934 -JAN 


116.7 


124.9 


113.4 


30-1 


69.6 


21.79 


FEB 


119.5 


127.2 


117.3 


30-4 


69.9 


21.59 


MAR 


125,6 


136.1 


125.8 


31.0 


70.2 


22.10 


APR 


130.2 


139.7 


131.1 


31.2 


69-5 


21.84 


MAY 


132.6 


155.6 


137.7 


32.2 


73.6 


24.07 


JUN 


138.8 


156.3 


140,5 


31,3 


72.2 


22.71 


JUL 


125,4 


144,4 


127.9 


31.6 


74.1 


23-53 < 


AUG 


129.0 


146,2 


130.3 


31,3 


73.9 


33.16 


SEP 


129^2 


148.0 


127.3 


30.5 


74-8 


23-16 


OCT 


129.0 


145.7 


125.3 


30.1 


72.1 


23.07 


NOV 


125,6 


140-2 


123.4 


30.4 


74-1 


22.32 


DEC 


124,2 


143.3 


122.2 


30.5 


75.6 


23.33 


AVERAGE 


127.2 


142.3 


126.0 


30.9 


72.5 


22.72 


II 


||935- JAN 


123,8 


145.7 


127.1 


31.8 


75.0 


23.81 


FEB 


131.8 


164.8 


130.6 


30.7 


76.2 


23.60 


MAR 


135.8 


165.4 


140.7 


32.1 


75.3 


24.50 


APR 


135.3 


160.8 


140.8 


32.2 


73.9 


23.89 


MAY 


138.4 


170.4 


147.8 


33.1 


75.0 


24.88 


JUN 


119.9 


14^.9 


125.4 


32.4 


74.2 


24.35 


JUL 


129.2 


154.0 


136-1 


32.6 


73.3 


24.13 


AUG 


131-1 


159.5 


138-9 


32.8 


73,9 


24.64 


SEP 


137.9 


170.1 


146.6 


32.9 


75.6 


24.98 


OCT 


144.5 


182.6 


156.2 


33.5 


75.9 


25.58 


NOV 


149.2 


188.1 


158.7 


32.9 


76.7 


25.54 


DEC 


150.2 


200.3 


166.5 


34.3 


77.4 


26.84 


AVERAGE 


135.6 


166.3 


143,0 


32.6 


75.2 


24.73 


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building. 

cent of t] 

the code 

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" During June and December 1933 and 1934 approximately 97 per 
tie employees reported under this classification were covered by- 
definition. For explanation of the methods used, some of nhich i 

figures different from those of B.L.S., see text. 
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SHOVEL, XfiAGLIHB AfiD (SikJn IHDlSfBT 
+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, qnd Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 

1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Gents) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(pflllarsl 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLUS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933-JAN 


93.0 


93. £ 


93.8 


32.2 


46.8 


14.76 


FEB 


91.2 


99.6 


99.6 


34.9 


46.1 


16.10 


MAR 


100.0 


116.1 


129.2 


41^3 


46.1 


17.11 


APR 


101.9 


113.0 


125.7 


39.4 


45.5 


16,?4 


MAY 


95.4 


102.0 


112-3 


37.6 


45.7 


.lfi,7p 


J UN 


89.2 


75.4 


76.5 


27.4 


46.4 


12.46 


JUl_ 


90.5 


71.8 


68.6 


24.2 


48.3 


11.68 


AUG 


102.0 


107.0 


100.0 


31.3 


49.2 


16.40 


SEP 


106.9 


108.3 


10S.5 


30.9 


48.1 


U,ft7 


OCT 


110.5 


118.9 


H2t5 


??.5 


48.6 


le.flo 


NOV 


109.6 


105.0 


9fi.fi 


28,2 


AS.fl 


14.07 


DEC 


109.8 


90.1 


81.5 


23.7 


51.0 


12.06 • 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


32.0 


47.6 


14.70 


|| 


1934 -JAN 


94.0 


91.1 


83.0 


28.2 


50.6 


14.25 


FEB 


96.6 


100.8 


91.6 


30.3 


52.9 


16.04 


MAR 


98.9 


104.6 


93.8 


30.3 


53.7 


16.27 


APR 


101.4 


122.2 


107.7 


33.9 


54-6 


18.52 


MAY 


121.0 


154.7 


139.1 


36.7 


53.6 


19.66 


J UN 


128.2 


165.2 


149.7 


37.3 


53.2 


19.82 


JUL. 


134.3 


162.1 


148.4 


35.3 


52.6 


18.56 


AUG 


136.6 


183.0 


166.1 


38.2 


53.1 


20.28 


SEP 


143.8 


165.3 


149.9 


33.3 


52.6 


17.56 


OCT 


147.4 


184.1 


168.4 


36.5 


53.0 


19.38 


j NOV 


148.6 


186.8 


171.7 


36.9 


52.6 


19-44 


DEC 


162.1 


239.8 


198.4 


39.1 


58.5 


22.89 


AVERAGE 


126.2 


155.0 


139.0 


34.7 


53.4 


__ 18.56 ^ ^ 


II 


1935- JAN 


150.4 


220.6 


168.2 


35.7 


54.6 


19.45 


FEB 


143.3 


223.1 


161.6 


36.0 


57.1 


20.53 


MAR 


137.9 


207.4 


149.8 


34.7 


57.5 


19.97 


APR 


135.5 


200.3 


153.2 


36.1 


60.8 


21-96 


MAY 


141.1 


221.7 


170.1 


38.5 


57.3 


22-07 


JUN 


144.8 


217.9 


169.1 


37.3 


56.7 


21.15 


JUL 


161.2 


247.0 


195.9 


38.8 


54.2 


21.04 


i AUG 


165.2 


288.2 


227.1 


45.9 


55.2 


24.25 


SEP 


161.2 


280.4 


216.5 


42.9 


56.4 


24.20 


OCT 


158.8 


269.6 


208.4 


41.9 


56.4 


• 23.62 


NOV 


152.9 


264.0 


198.7 


41.5 


57.8 


24.03 


DEC 


154.4 


282.0 


213.7 


44.2 


57.5 


25.42 


AVERAGE 


150.6 


24?.5 


186,0 


39.3 


56.8 


22.31 


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SILK TRXTILE IKDIBIET 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, qnd Wages, 1933-1935 


MOIM'TH 


INDEXES 
' 1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

iJPoUars) 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933-JAN 


96.2 


87.7 . 


102.6 


40-4 


31-5 


12.75 


FEB 


94.2 


87.4 


102.4 


41.1 


30.9 


12.95 


MAR 


85.4 


73.8 


86.9 


38.5 


32-0 


12-07 


APR 


84.5 


72.4 


84.6 


37-9 


S3.0 


11.97 


MAY 


93.2 


85.7 


94.5 


38-4 


32. 1 


12.80 


JUN 


97.6 


89.0 


101.9 


39.5 


31.0 


12-69 


JUL 


108.6 


107.4 


116.7 


40.7 


32.9 


13.85 


AUG 


123.2 


138.9 


123.6 


38.0 


41.2 


15.82 


SEP 


115.8 


116.2 


105-2 


34-4 


42.2 


14.30 


OCT 


94.8 


108-4 


91.6 


36.6 


44,1 


lfi,02 


NOV 


102.9 


116.9 


97.0 


55.7 


44,0 


15.75 


DEC 


103.6 


114.1 


93.3 


54.1 


44.0 


15.10 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100^0 


37.9 


36.6 


13.64 


II 


1934 -JAN 


108.7 


115.2 


94.4 


32.9 


44.1 


14.61 


FEB 


117.3 


140.0 


113.1 


36.5 


44.4 


16.34 


MAR 


117.5 


140.6 


111.4 


35.9 


44.8 


16.44 


APR 


111.3 


132.9 


103.7 


36.3 


45.8 


16.40 


MAY 


102.8 


113.4 


91.2 


33.6 


44.8 


15.18 


, JUN 


108.6 


123.5 


100.1 


34.9 


44.8 


15.63 


JUL 


105.7 


115.3 


92.4 


33.1 


44.8 


14.98 ' 


AUG 


101.5 


116.2 


92.7 . 


34.6 


44.8 


15.69 


SEP 


77.0 


77.2 


59.6 


29 -S 


47.1 


13-65 


OCT 


100.8 


120.9 


95.1 


35.7 


45.8 


16.33 


1 NOV 


102.9 


120.4 


96-0 


35-3 


45-7 


15.96 


: DEC 


lOfi.O 


12fi.4 


99.8 


36.0 


45.3 


16.41 


AVERAGE 


104.9 


120.1 


95-8 


34.4 


45.2 


15.64 


II 


1935- JAN 


109.7 


132.2 


103.7 


35.8 


46.7 


16.22 


FEB 


109.0 


132.1 


102.2 


35.5 


46.7 


16.47 


MAR 


102.3 


122.9 


95.9 


35-5 


45-5 


16.08 


APR 


95.2 


113.1 


89.5 


35-6 


45.5 


15-99 


MAY 


88.1 


101.2 


78.9 


33-9 


45-9 


15-48 


JUN 


82.8 


93.3 


73.9 


33-8 


45-5 


15.28 


;i JUL 


89.4 


101.6 


81.2 


34.4 


44.9 


15.40 


:! AUG 


96.5 


117.0 


93.0 


36.5 


45.2 


16.54 


SEP 


100.8 


119.1 


95.3 


35.8 


45.1 


16.14 


OCT 


99.6 


119.9 


97.3 


37.0 


44.0 


16.42 


NOV 


91.0 


103.4 


8&.0 


35.4 


43.4 


15.37 


DEC 


89.2 


105.7 


86.2 


36.6 


44.4 


16. G5 


AVERAGE 


96.1 


113.4 


90.2 


35.5 


45,2 


15,95 


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Review, HEA. During June and December 1933 and 1934 activities of the re- 
porting establiflhrnenta were covered completely or (in a few cases) alfliost 
completely by the code definition. For explanation of the methods used, 
some of which result in figures different from those of B.L.S., see text. 



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SILTERWAES UANUPACTUHING INDUSTHT 
Factory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, qnd Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 

1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollars) 


EMPLOYMENT 

a/ 


PAYROLLS 

a/ 


MAN-HOURS 


1933-JAN 


87-7 


76.5 


77-5 


32.6 


46.5 


16.10 


FEB 


93.0 


80.9 


84-0 


33-3 


44.6 


16.02 


MAR 


9a-o 


79-3 


82-5 


33-1 


44.8 


15.69 


APR 


89.8 


. 77.1 


75-4 


31-0 


45.8 


15-46 


MAY 


93-2 


88.9 


94.9 


37.6 


44.7 


.17.22 


J UN 


94.9 


93.6 


98.2 


38.2 


44.6 


17.80 


JUL. 


79.7 


79.5 


86.9 


40.3 


44.4 


17.97 


AUG 


89.6 


90.8 


89.9 


37.0 


50.0 


18.41 


SEP 


111.1 


116.3 


113.6 


37.7 


49.9 


18.94 


OCT 


121.7 


139.3 


132.5 


40-1 


50.8 


20.75 


NOV 


126»7 


143.7 


134.8 


39-3 


50.8 


20.36 


DEC 


120-5 


134.1 


129.8 


39.7 


49.8 


19.83 


AVETRAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


36.7 


47.2 


17.88 


II 


1934 -JAN 


114^8 


119.0 


113.8 


36.6 


50.3 


18.49 


FEB 


119,5 


128.4 


121.2 


37.4 


50.8 


19.19 


MAR 


124.3 


138.5 


131.0 


3B.9 


51.0 


20.03 


APR 


130-3 


141.3 


131.0 


37.1 


53.5 


19.46 


MAY 


128.6 


143.5 


12B.3 


36.8 


55.9 


20.24 


J UN 


124.1 


137.1 


122.4 


36.4 


54,1 


19.80 


JUL 


109.9 


120.1 


104.7 


35.1 


56.9 


19.59 


AUS 


124,1 


133.3 


113.0 


33.6 


56.7 


19.14 


SEP 


124,6 


143.5 


121,2 


35.9 


56-5 


20.47 


OCT 


126.5 


148.4 


126.0 


36.7 


56.1 


20.68 


NOV 


isa,6 


156.3 


133.1 


38.2 


56.2 


21.70 


DEC 


126.7 


153.1 


131.6 


38.3 


55.7 


21.54 


AVERAGE 


123.5 


138.5 


123.1 


36.8 


54.5 


20.03 


II 


1935- JAN 


121-5 


130.8 


113.3 


34.4 


56.3 


19,51 


FEB 


121,0 


143.1 


119.2 


36.3 


58-1 


21.29 


MAR 


123,8 


144,5 


125-1 


37.3 


57.0 


21.42 


APR 


128,6 


141,0 


123.9 


35.5 


56.2 


20.10 


MAY 


132,5 


157,2 


138.0 


38.4 


56.6 


21.78 


JUN 


131.7 


157.4 


137.8 


38.6 


56.9 


21.98 


JUL 


117-1 


132.5 


115.5 


36.4 


57.3 


20.83 


AUG 


125.2 


143.2 


124.1 


35.6 


57.7 


21.24 


SEP 


125.2 


154.4 


132.6 


39.1 


57.6 


22.70 


OCT 


129.8 


165.1 


142.9 


40.6 


57.2 


23.43 


NOV 


130.8 


166,8 


145.0 


40.9 


56.9 


23.50 


DEC 


127.9 


161.8 


136.9 


39.5 ■ 


58.7 


23.42 


AVERAGE 


126.3 


149.7 


129.5 


37.8 


57.2 


21.77 


Soturce: Bureau of Labor Statistics. Data are for claasification "Silver- 
ware and plated ware," During Jxme and December 1933 and 1934 almnat all 
of the employees reported under this classification were covered by the 
Code definition. For e:q)lanatlon of the methods used, some of \diich result 
in figures different from those of B.L.S., see text, 
fi/ As adjusted to 1933 Census totals by HBA. 



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Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = ICO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURl_Y 

(Cents) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollars) 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLUS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933-JAN 


91.4 


91.8 


91.4 


40.8 


41.4 


21.61 


fe:b 


92.3 


93.1 


95.5 


42.3 


43.6 


21.37 


MAR 


90.9 


91.1 


92.5 


41.6 


46.5 


20.85 


APR 


91.1 


91.5 


94.1 


42.0 


45.9 


19.26 


MAY 


93.1 


94.0 


97.6 


42.9 


45.9 


21.07 


JUN 


96.6 


99.3 


103.3 


43.8 


45.2 


21.47 


JU1_ 


qfl.4 


101.4 


105.8 


43.9 


45.6 


21.49 


AUG 


in7.fi 


102.7 


10^.1 


39.6 


45.9 


20.25 


SEP 


TIP.? 


inq.7 


10P.3 


39.2 


49.7 


20.69 


OCT 


113.3 


110.6 


108.4 


39.0 


49.9 


20.79 


NOV 


108.8 


109.3 


102.7 


38.6 


51.0 


20.11 


DEC 


103.7 


105.4 


96.4 


37.8 


52.2 


20.22 


AveRAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


41.0 


46.9 


20.77 


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1934 -JAN 


102.0 


104.3 


95.7 


38.4 


52.7 


20.46 


FEB 


109.2 


113.9 


104.2 


38.9 


52.7 


20.81 


MAR 


114.8 


120.7 


110.6 


39.3 


52.3 


20.92 


APR 


116.4 


121.2 


111.1 


38.8 


52.4 


20.74 


MAY 


117.9 


118.8 


106.0 


37.9 


53.9 


23.79 


JUN 


111.3 


117.4 


105.4 


37.3 


55.0 


21.23 


JUI- 


108.8 


115.0 


100.2 


37.4 


55.3 


20.72 • 


AUG 


109.8 


117.5 


102.? 


37.9 


55.6 


21.34 


SEP 


109.8 


119.2 


104.6 


38.8 


54.8 


21.65 


OCT 


117.7 


129.1 


105.4 


36.5 


58.9 


21.83 


NOV 


116.5 


1P6.3 


107.0 


37.6 


56.2 


21.55 


DEC 


m.o 


iP^.fl 


104.1 


38.4 


58.3 


22.36 


AVERAGE 


111.8 


118.9 


104.5 


33.2 


54.8 


21.20 


11 


1935- JAN 


110.4 


123.8 


104.1 


38.4 


57.4 


22.01 


FEB 


113.7 


128.7 


106.5 


38.3 


57.7 


32.08 


MAR 


115.0 


130.9 


109.2 


38.8 


57; 4 


22.25 


APR 


114.4 


132.4 


107.1 


38.3 


59.1 


22.52 


MAY 


109.4 


128.0 


101.8 


38.0 


51.4 


23.26 


JUN 


110.9 


130.8 


104.4 


38.5 


51.1 


2^5.46 


JUU 


110.6 


128.8 


102.5 


37.8 


61.8 


23.32 


AUG 


109.2 


128.0 


101.2 


37.8 


51.4 


23.16 


SEP 


114.8 


135.7 


109.2 


38.8 


60.0 


23.24 


OCT 


117.4 


138.3 


111.8 


38.8 


59.7 


23.34 


NOV 


115.5 


134.2 


107.8 


38-1 


fiO.fi 


9.7,. 09. 


DEC 


108.4 


129.1 


103.3 


38,8 


61.6 


23.65 


AVERAGE 


112.5 


130.7 


105.7 


38.4 


59.9 


22.95 


Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics. Data are for claBslflcatlon "Soap". 
During Jtme and December 1933 and 1934 approximately 94 per cent of the 
eiqiloyees reported under this classification were covered by Oode definition 
7or explanation of the methods used, some of which result in figures dif- 
ferent from those of B.L*8.» see text. 



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SPECIAL TOOl DIE IBD VkC&USS SHOP DTDTBTET 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

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WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollars) 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933-JAN 


86-7 


78.9 


75.a 


27.7 


61.9 


lS.4fi 


FEB 


84.6 


76-5 


75.4 


S6.4 


59.3 


lfi.31 


MAR 


84.4 


77. S 


71.4 


27.0 


60.3 


18.552 


APR 


90.0 


85-0 


82.7 


29.3 


Bfr.a 


18.77 


MAY 


B2-5 


77-0 


flOrO 


30.9 


57.5 


-18.47 


JUN 


93-2 


92.9 


91. fl 


31.4 


fia.B 


19.93 


JUL. 


98.0 


100.2 


107.2 


S4.9 


56.7 


20.3B 


AUG 


101-6 


106.fi 


107.1 


asi.fi 


61.4 


21.02 


SEP 


102.9 


10?. ff 


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20, IP 


OCT 


117,9 


316.1 


n?.fl 


SO. 8 


61.6 


19. eo 


NOV 


131.7 


146.7 


IM.fi 


.«5fi.7 


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5>»,ao 


DEC 


126.5 


139.7 


141-2 


35.6 


61-2 


22.11 


ave:ra6e: 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


31.5 


60-2 


19.83 


II 


1934 -JAN 


113-6 


127-4 


128.7 


35.3 


62-4 


22.48 


FEB 


116-1 


131.9 


136.5 


37-5 


66-3 


24.91 


MAR 


118.8 


134.3 


139-7 


37.5 


66.2 


24.89 


APR 


79.3 


80.8 


89.0 


35.8 


61.9 


22.38 


MAY 


116.6 


130.4 


134.2 


36.7 


67.2 


24.64 


JUN 


ioa.2 


125.5 


128.6 


37.9 


67-3 


2^.49 


JUL. 


100.2 


109.7 


113.7 


36.2 


66.6 


24.1$ 


AUS 


96.6 


101.1 


106.6 


35.2 


66.9 


23.54 


SEP 


98.5 


108.1 


114.3 


37.0 


67.7 


25.02 


OCT 


110.1 


131.2 


135.7 


39.3 


69.0 


27.07 


1 NOV 


105.0 


118.7 


120.8 


36.7 


70.1 


25.74 


DEC 


106.9 


125.7 


129.7 


38.7 


69.4 


26.81 


AVERAGE 


105.8 


118.7 


122,9 


37.0 


66.8. 


24.76 


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1935- JAN 


lOfi.9 


115.6 


120.5 


36-3 


72-1 


26.13 


FEB 


106.8 


122.2 


133.3 


39.8 


74.1 


29.47 


MAR 


106.4 


119.7 


133.8 


40.1 


72.4 


28.98 


APR 


105.6 


115.1 


130.3 


39.0 


67.5 


26.36 


MAY 


103.8 


111.1 


125-6 


38.6 


67.3 


25.95 


JUN 


107.5 


116.1 


130.2 


38.7 


68.4 


26.42 


JUL 


106.5 


109.7 


127-2 


38.1 


66.4 


25.36 


AUG 


104.2 


110.6 


128.1 


39.2 


66.3 


25.99 


SCP 


102.3 


109.4 


125.7 


39.2 


67.1 


26.28 


OCT 


105.1 


122.5 


138.3 


42.0 


68.1 


28.60 


NOV 


104-8 


119-8 


137-0 


41.7 


67.4 


28.10 


DEC 


106.5 


121.7 


139 -3 


41.7 


67.2 


28.06 


AVERAGE 


105.5 


116.1 


130.8 


39.5 


68.7 


27.14 


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Table 101 


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MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


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HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(C«Atl) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(fioUftrt) 


EMPUDYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1Q33-JAN 


82.2 


70.1 


68-8 


24-2 


4fi.8 


18.22 


FEB 


83.7 


72.2 


72.7 


25-1 


44,6 


13,39 


MAR 


86.4 


72.7 


73.9 


24.7 


46.3 


13,00 


APR 


79.9 


64.2 


65.8 


23.8 


45.7 


12.44 


MAY 


82.3 


77.7 


76.6 


26.9 


46.0 


14.60 


JUN 


98.3 


99.4 


109.2 


32.1 


46.6 


15.62 


JU1_ 


102.1 


112-9 


119.4 


33.6 


Afi.l 


17.03 


AUG 


120.4 


129.8 


136.6 


32.6 


49.fi 


16.60 


SEP 


121.7 


124.8 


ISS.l 


30.4 


49-3 


15.79 


OCT- 


117.2 


127.1 


124.9 


30.8 


51.9 


16.76 


NOV 


112.3 


118.7 


108.4 


27.9 


52.8 


15.49 


DEC 


113.6 


130.6 


115-6 


29-4 


54-4 


16.65 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


28-5 


48.3 


15-05 


II 


1934 -JAN 


108.7 


120.3 


116-7 


31-0 


52-6 


16.02 


FEB 


112.8 


132-5 


126-5 


32-4 


54.0 


17-08 


MAR 


127 6 


158-4 


147-5 


33-4 


53.7 


18-0^ 


APR 


145.3 


195.1 


177-5 


3&.3 


55.5 


19.44 


MAY 


160.6 


226.2 


203.4 


36.6 


56.4 


20,55 


JUN 


165.2 


228.0 


204.1 


35.7 


66.S 


20.12 


JUl- 


158.4 


197.6 


176.0 


32.1 


67.0 


18.17 


AUG 


145-2 


181.5 


160-9 


32.0 


57-2 


18.21 


SEP 


130.4 


142.7 


126.5 


27-8 


57-6 


15-98 


OCT 


125.6 


138.5 


125.0 


28.3 


57,4 


16,20 


NOV 


119-1 


131.6 


116.7 


28.3 


57.2 


16.22 


DEC 


nfi.}> 


134.0 


nfl.s 


P9.A 


67.1 


16.80 


AVERAGE 


134.6 ^ 


165.5 


149.7 


31.9 


56-0 


17-73 


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1935- JAN 


119.3 


140.fl 


1P6.7 


30.7 


56.6 


17-38 


FEB 


125-3 


160-1 


143.6 


33.1 


.66.8 


18.83 


MAR 


132.2 


173.2 


lfi7.0 


34.3 


56.9 


19.49 


APR 


135.6 


181.2 


163-4 


34-8 


.66.7 


19.76 


MAY 


133-2 


165.9 


149-4 


32.4 


56-0 


18,14 


JUN 


135.9 


164-0 


145.8 


31-0 


56.1 


17.39 


JUL 


133.4 


lfifi-8 


145.8 


31.fi 


56.6 


17.88 


AUG 


137.5 


183.8 


163.2 


34.3 


56.1 


19-28 


SEP 


140-7 


200.1 


172.8 


35-5 


57.4 


20.37 


OCT 


141.7 


212.0 


184.8 


37.7 


56.7 


21,36 


NOV 


14S-0 


200.6 


174.7 


35-3 


56.5 


19,9? 


DEC 


141-7 


20S-0 


176.9 


36-1 


56-6 


20.40 


AVERAGE 


1155-0 


179.2 


158-7 


33.9 


56,6 


19.18 


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Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONXH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollar*) 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933-JAN 


63.8 


53.8 


53-6 


28-2 


30.6 


8-75 


FEB 


65.2 


56.3 


56.4 


29.0 


30.6 


8.78 


MAR 


67.2 


57.1 


fiS.B 


31,1 


28.3 


8.76 


APR 


74.8 


62.4 


68.6 


30.8 


28.9 


8.60 


MAY 


95.3 


86.3 


105.3 


37.1 


27.5 


9.64 


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110.0 


108-8 


127.8 


39.0 


27.8 


10.38 


JU1_ 


131.5 


133.5 


153,2 


39.1 


2.8.5 


10.65 


AUG 


137.2 


149^2 


14fi,7 


35,9 


32.2 


11^45 


SEP 


131 t3 


13fi,g 


1P2t8 


31,4 


36,2 


10,82 


OCX 


114.3 


126tO 


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32,7 


36,1 


n.fi4 


NOV 


109^7 


123^1 


im,o 


30,9 


«fi-4 


11.67 


DEC 


99.8 


107. S 


91.2 


30.7 


37.3 


11.29 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


33.0 


31.6 


10.20 


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RO^A 


87,9 


<^9.0 


28.8 


39.9 


11.48 


FEB 


R?.tfi 


94^4 


6^,6 


28,0 


37.3 


12.01 


MAR 


91,6 


100,9 


77,4 


28.3 


38.2 


11.^1 


APR 


llfit6 


744^6 


107,4 


7,^.p 


39.9 


13.09 


MAY 


129.7 


167.6 


124,4 


32-2 


42.1 


ia.46 


J UN 


133Tfl 


178,8 


1?P,3 


33, P 


A2.7 


13.90 


JUL. 


ipfl^fl 


169,0 


1?,3,9 


?P,? 


43,1 


13.70 


AUG 


1 J>q.R 


165.7 


l?4iP 


32.2 


42.1 


1?1,4<1 


SEP 


1 oA.-y 


155,1 


115,9 


31.2 


42.8 


13, 31 


OCT 


120.9 


157.1 


116.6 


32.4 


42.3 


13.84 


NOV 


122.6 


155.1 


120.8 


33.1 


41.4 


13. &6 


DEC 


lf)A^9 


1!54.1 


qfi-fi 


30.9 


41.3 


12.66 


AVERAGE 


113.7 


141.6 


106.4 J 


31.2 


41.1 


13.00 


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1935- JAN ' 


77,3 


64,2 


65^6 


28,5 


40.1 


11.58 


FEB 


79.0 


92.0 


65.4 


27-8 


39.5 


11.62 


MAR 


91.2 


109.5 


81.2 


29.9 


40.1 


12.32 


APR 


110.8 


142.4 


104.3 


31.6 


40.1 


13.18 


MAY 


129.6 


179.2 


130.1 


33.7 


42.0 


14.42 


JUN 


139.3 


204.4 


149.0 


35.9 


41,9 


15.08 


JUL 


141.2 


205.7 


154.0 


36.6 


42.5 


15-06 


AUG 


140.1 


200.4 


144. e 


34.7 


41.4 


14,97 


SEP 


134.4 


197.4 


149.3 


37.S 


40.5 


14.97 


OCT 


136.9 


200.7 


152.1 


37.3 


39.9 


14.33 


NOV 


134^4 


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lfi?.,9 


38^2 


79.7 


15-55 


DEC 


129.2 


192.4 


149.7 


38.9 


39.1 


15.51 


AVERAGE 


120.3 


167.5 


124.9 


34.2 


40.7 


14.05 


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Table 103 




Code Na. 480 


STBUCTUBAL STEEL MD IBON FABRICATING IITOUSTRI 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 

1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Ceats) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollara) 


EMPUDYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933-JAN 


90.6 


72.4 


75.7 


25.5 


42.9 


11.33 


FEB 


88.9 


63.2 


' 69.0 


23.7 


41.3 


10-08 


MAR 


92-8 


72.9 


79.6 


26.2 


40.6 


11.12 


APR 


91.7 


76.3 


86.5 


28.8 


40.8 


11.79 


MAY 


85.3 


72.5 


82.3 


29-5 


40.3 


12.02 


J UIS 


83.7 


78.2 


88.8 


32.4 


40.5 


13.21 


JUL 


98.9 


97.8 


108.1 


33.4 


41.7 


IS. 99 


AUG 


109.8 


123.1 


124.4 


34,6 


45,7 


15,88 


SEP 


116.7 


135.4 


122.6 


32.1 


51,0 


16.43 


OCT- 


118.7 


144.0 


129.4 


33.3 


51.8 


17.18 


NOV 


llfi»0 


145^8 


131.7 


?A,1 


51 ,6 


17t51 


DEC 


104.9 


118.3 


102.0 


29.7 


53.8 


15.99 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


30.3 


45.2 


13.88 


II 


1934 -JAN 


102.2 


116.1 


102.4 


30.6 


52.7 


16.10 


FEB 


105.7 


122.3 


110.7 


32.0 


55.6 


17.79 


MAR 


110.1 


128.7 


116.0 


32.2 


55.8 


17.95 


APR 


120.8 


147.9 


129.7 


32.8 


57.3 


18,81 


MAY 


129.7 


173.0 


148.1 


34.9 


58-8 


20.50 


J UN 


136.4 


179.3 


152.2 


34.1 


59.5 


20-19 


JUL. 


148.7 


193.9 


161.6 


33.2 


60.5 


20.02 


ALIG 


156.4 


207.5 


176.6 


34.5 


59.1 


20.37 


SEP 


159.7 


209.4 


175.7 


33.6 


58.7 


19-73 


; OCT 


163.3 


214.4 


178.6 


33.4 


59.3 


19.78 


NOV 


158.7 


213.6 


180.2 


34.7 


58.4 


20.25 


DEC 


lfip,7 


Ifll -fl 


152^5 


30.5 


58.1 


17.69 


AVERAGE 


137.0 


174.0 


148.7 


33.0 


57-8 


19.10 


II 


1935- JAN 


145.0 


187.7 


156,6 


33.0 


58.5 


19.29 


FEB 


135.4 


165.5 


135.2 


30.5 


59.7 


18-21 


MAR 


131.5 


157.4 


1.^0.8 


.^0.4 


58.6 


17.83 


APR 


126.9 


156.3 


126.7 


30.5 


60.3 


18.36 


MAY 


130.4 


161.6 


131.5 


30-8 


60.4 


18.59 


JUN 


130.0 


164.2 


132.7 


31.2 


59-6 


16.62 


JUL 


138»4 


180.1 


147.2 


32.5 


58.8 


19.13 


AUG 


141.9 


188.3 


157.0 


33.8 


59.8 


20.22 


SEP 


141.7 


195.0 


161.4 


34.8 


59-8 


20.84 


OCT 


138.8 


198.6 


16:^.5 


36.0 


58.9 


21.19 


NOV 


13B.fi 


lRfl.7 


154.9 


34.1 


58.6 


19.99 


DEC 


136.9 


206.0 


168.5 


37.6 


58.8 


22.17 


AVERAGE 


136.3 


179.1 


147,2 


32.9 


59.3 


19.54 


Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics in cooperation with the Division of 
Review, BEA. During June and December 1933 and 1934 activities of the re- 
porting establishments were covered completely or (in a few cases) almost 
completely by the code definition. For e:q)lajiation of the methods used, 
some of idiich result in figures different from those of B.L.S., see text. 



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Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, qnd Wa^ges, 1933-1935 



MONTH 



INDEIXES 
1933 = lOO 



EMPLOYMENT PAYROLL/S 



YME^ 



MAN-HOURS 



AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 



WAGES 



AVERAGE 
HOURl_r 

(Centa) _ 



AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 



19 33-JAN 



FEB 



69.0 



67.8 



87.2 



91.6 



89.4 



97.0 



-44,«- 
47.7 



42.6 
4 1. 



23.00 



-22*16- 



MAR 



92.4 



TOn.5 



-9a»*- 



.,ia*a_ 



46.5 



24.61 



APR 



92.9 



lon.g 



jaQ*6- 



68 . 7 



-46*1 



J24*49_ 



MAY 



J UN 



JUL 



AUG 



SEP 



96.6 



104.5 



11 7 .1 



54.7 



96.8 



JLOfi^i 



116.0 



99.4 



1 09 .2 



1 2Q .0 



-64,0^ 



-43,4^ 
JAJi 



_64»5- 



-43,8 



104.1 



-1X>8«6- 



JSiZ^Z. 



44.3 



107.0 



99.1 



91.8 



.^8.7 



-.4a,4 
58.8 




J2U72- 



OCT 



NOV 



DEC 



114.9 



_1QS*2- 



89.2 



35.0 



J>Su2^ 



118.4 



104.7 



92.0 



3 6. 6 



-56*3- 



3.01.6 



9.^.0 



JZfluJL 



34.7 



-5Z^. 



^*54 
I 21.A0 _ 



AVERAGE 



lOQ.O 



100.0 



100.0 



45.6 



48.2 



-23.^)4- 



1934 -JAN 



97.5 



as. 6 



73.7 



_34,i. 



-6fl*6- 



20.44 



FEB 



1QS.7 



98.1 



87.4 



-33U3- 



Jt&^&- 



21. K 



MAR 



109.6 



98.3 



88.1 



36.3 



55.4 



20.48 



APR 



MAY 



107.fi 



104.1 



90.6 



109. 8 



104.3 



38.0 



55.6 



-3Z*2^ 



37.9 



-5&.e- 



_21*fl4- 



21.94 



J UN 



113.7 



114.3 



98.8 



89.2 



66.1 



-22,M_ 



JUL 



AUG 



SEP 



OCT 



NOV 



DEC 



AVERAGE 



104.6 



97.6 



_a2ȣL 



-i-J-J-»Z 



109.4 



jji*a_ 



97.8 



3e.&- 

89 . 7 



57.9 



21.37— 



65.2 



107.2 



93.5 



87.7 



56.6 



JOSuSl. 



109.4 



93.0 



36.3 



54.8 



116.6 



107.6 



98.2 



37.8 



111.4 



107.3 



99.7 



52.8 



-40*4- 



52.0 



109.8 



103.7 



91.3 



87. 5 



56.5 




1935- JAN 



lQ7.g 



JLQ6,3_ 



95.1 



40.0 



66.3 



.^2*2a_ 



FEB 



-102.J5_ 



JL02*a- 



87.4 



-38*^- 



57.4 



gl.82 



MAR 



JL02,4- 



102.9 



66.4 



37.9 



67.4 



21.94 



APR 



JjQfi^i. 



112.7 



94.5 



40.0 



68.6 



_23*36- 



MAY 



106.2 



112.0 



96.3 



40.9 



56.7 



28.24 



JUN 



JUL 



105.8 



108.9 



-93*fi- 



106.6 



1 07 .6 



39.9 



59.9 



90.6 



-23,6r 



37.6 



57.0 



-2Ui6- 



AUG 



_103.*0_ 



105.6 



85.8 



37.6 



56.8 



-22.36- 



SEP 



99.1 



103.6 



^ee^x- 



39.2 



60.8 



23.62 



OCT 



103.3 



101.0 



83.3 



36.4 



59. 1 



_^.04_ 



NOV 



97.5 



-92JL. 



78.9 



-36^5- 



-55*0- 



-20.40- 



DEC 



98.6 



104.5 



97 «4 



40*0 



59.1 



jabifll- 



AVERAGE 



103.5 



JLfla.iL 



fiR.fl 



88.7 



58.0 



_22*filL 



Soxirce: Bureau of Labor Statistics. Data are for classification "Sugar 

Befining, Cane." Daring June and December 1933 and 1934 approximately all 

of the employees reported under this classification were covered by the 

pending Code definition. For explanation of the methods used, some o£v 

ich result in figures different from those of B.L.S., see text. 
As adjusted to 1933 Census totals by SRA.. 



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Table 105 




Code No 


. 35 


Fac 


TEXTILE MA-CHINERY MFG. INDUSTRY 
tory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = ICO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents] 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollars) 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933-JAN 


72.6 


63.5 


56.5 


27.9 


57.1 


17.05 


TEB 


73.8 


63.8 


56.9 


27.6 


58.5 


16.85 


MAR 


72.0 


57.7 


55,1 


27.4 


53.5 


15.51 


APR 


68.5 


52.1 


44.6 


23.3 


55.0 


14.79 


MAY 


69.9 


60.8 


57.3 


29.4 


56.2 


16.98 


JUN 


80.5 


84.1 


95.0 


42.4 


53.8 


20.44 


JUL 


98.4 


112.6 


124.1 


45.2 


49.2 


22.08 


AUG 


125.4 


133.3 


136.1 


38.9 


54.5 


20.52 


SEP 


133.0 


142.6 


145.1 


39.1 


56.2 


20.69 


OCT 


137.3 


147.8 


146.0 


38.1 


57.0 


20.81 


NOV 


137.0 


145.4 


146.4 


38.3 


56.2 


20.44 


DEC 


131.7 


136.5 


136.8 


37.2 


56.5 


19.94 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


34.6 


55.3 


18.85 


II 


1934 -JAN 


121.7 


126.3 


124.3 


36.6 


61.3 


20.29 


FEB 


125.5 


130.4 


127.5 


36.4 


61.3 


20.41 


MAR 


127.9 


130.4 


125.3 


35.1 


60.8 


20.03 


APR 


128.4 


130.8 


130.8 


36.5 


56.3 


20.02 


MAY 


130.9 


137.9 


129.7 


35.5 


58.4 


20.72 


, JUN 


124.1 


125.9 


117.7 


34.0 


58.4 


19.95 


JUl- 


119.4 


116.4 


102.7 


30.8 


62.1 


19.35 


AUS 


111.4 


101.7 


106.3 


34.2 


59.6 


19.43 


SEP 


102.6 


91.5 


94.8 


33.1 


59.7 


19.77 


OCT 


101.3 


92.1 


93.8 


33.2 


61.0 


20.24 


NOV 


100.5 


87.3 


90.9 


32.4 


59.6 


19.32 


DEC 


103.5 


103.1 


106.0 


35.7 


60.5 


22.14 


AVERAGE 


116.4 


114.5 


112.5 . 


34.5 


59.9 


20.14 


II 


1935- JAN 


106.0 


105.3 


106.7 


36.1 


61.3 


22.09 1 


FEB 


107.2 


106.9 


108.9 


36.4 


60.9 


22.15 


MAR 


107.3 


107.3 


109.8 


36.7 


60.7 


22.24 


APR 


108.4 


105.0. 


106.8 


35.3 


59.0 


20.80 


MAY 


105.2 


105.4 


105.6 


36.0 


59.9 


21.55 


JUN 


105.5 


106.2 


106.3 


36.1 


59.9 


21.63 


JUL 


105.8 


104.2 


105.3 


35.7 


59.4 


21.17 


AUG 


103.4 


104.3 


105.7 


36.6 


59.3 


21.72 


SEP 


105.2 


108.6 


107.5 


36.6 


60.5 


22.11 


OCT 


107.8 


115.9 


114.6 


38.1 


60.5 


23.05 


NOV 


111.2 


115.2 


114.5 


36.9 


60.4 


22.31 


DEC 


115.8 


133-4 


1S4.8 


41-7 


F9.fi 


9A.77 


AVERAGE 


107.4 


109.5 


110.5 


36.8 


60.1 


?.?.A7> 


Source: 
Beview, I 
reporting 

eoBftlete] 
some of \ 


Bureau of Labor Statistics in cooperation with the DItI 
IRk, During June and Deconber 1933 and 1934 activities 
I estahlisbments ware covered completely or (in a few ca 
uy by the code definition. For explanation of the metho 
rhich result in figures different from those of B.L.S., 


sion of 
of the 
ees) almost 
ds used, 
see text. 



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Fac- 


TEEPILS PROCESSING INDUSTRY 
hory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 

1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

( Dollar? 1 


EMPUDYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1Q3T-JAN 


88.6 


86.3 


94.4 


43.3 


46.2 


18.24 


FEB 


88.3 


92.3 


97.9 


45.1 


47^2 


19.57 


MAR 


83.1 


79.0 


flfi.2 


41,7 


49.5 


17.94 


APR 


79.6 


75.9 


ftO.5 


41.1 


49.5 


17.96 


MAY 


93.1 


96.2 


106.1 


46.3 


44.8 


19.06 


J UN 


100.0 


103.3 


115.6 


47.0 


43.0 


19.05 


JUL. 


108.3 


110.7 


125.5 


47.1 


43.3 


lfi.R4 


AUG 


118.8 


117.2 


107.6 


36.8 


5.'>.9 


18.12 


SEP 


113.6 


113-1 


98.1 


35.1 


56.6 


18.26 


OCX 


113.5 


117-6 


103.8 


37.2 


53.5 


19.12 


NOV 


106.2 


103-2 


92.2 


ZH.Z 


52.7 


17.12 


DEC 


107.0 


105.3 


93-1 


35.4 


51.9 


17.16 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


41.0 


49.3 


18.38 


II 


1934 -JAN 


99.9 


99.2 


82.8 


33.7 


52.6 


17.33 


FEB 


113.5 


119.5 


103.1 


56.9 


50.4 


18.32 


MAR 


124.6 


133.7 


115.5 


37.7 


50.1 


18.64 


APR 


124.3 


128.7 


111.6 


36.5 


50.4 


17.99 


MAY 


111.9 


113.5 


98.3 


55.7 


50.4 


17.70 


J UN 


101.0 


99.4 


61.7 


3E.9 


50.7 


17.18 


JUL- 


94.8 


87.2 


73.5 


31.5 


52.2 


16.06 > 


AUG 


101.4 


101.4 


88.3 


35.4 


50.5 


17.45 


SEP 


94.2 


90.9 


82.0 


35.4 


fil.p. 


17.11 


OCT 


110.0 


114.1 


102.0 


57,7 


49,6 


18-51 


NOV 


114.7 


119.4 


105.5 


37.4 


47.1 


17.84 


DEC 


114.4 


1P.2.S 


109.5 


38.9 


47.0 


18.46 


AVERAGE 


108.7 


110-8 


96-2 


35.8 


50.2 


17-72 


II 


1935- JAN 


116.8 


125-2 


119.9- 


38.6 


50.4 


19.47 


FEB 


119.5 


129.8 


111.7 


38.0 


5b. 4 


19.31 


MAR 


117.7 


129-0 


109.4 


37.8 


50.5 


19-48 


APR 


112.6 


119.5 


102.0 


36.8 


60.1 


18-83 


MAY 


113.4 


121.3 


103.8 


37-2 


49,8 


18.85 


JUN 


108.6 


113.8 


97.0 


36.3 


50.8 


16.84 


JUL 


106.1 


110.2 


95.0 


36.4 


50.4 


18-54 


AUG 


110.5 


122.6 


95.7 


38.9 


50.4 


19.90 


SEP 


118.2 


140.5 


124.5 


42.8 


49.4 


21.34 


OCT 


124.6 


142.3 


125.0 


40.8 


50,3 


20.51 


1 NOV 


120.0 


129.1 


115.6 


57,9 


50.4 


19.32 


i DEC 


118.6 


135.7 


118.7 


40.7 


50.0 


20.53 


AVERAGE 


115.5 


126,6 


108.7 


38,5 


50.2 


19.58 


Source: 
Heview, IS 
porting e 
complete] 
some of T 


Bureau of Labor Statistics in cooperation with the Division of 
ISA. During June and December 1933 and 1934 activities of the re- 
stablishments were covered completely or (in a few cases) sdmoet 
.y by the code definition. For explan4tion of the methods used, 
rhich resiilt in figures different from those of B.L.S., see text. 



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Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, ond Wages, 1933-^1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 

1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(C9atl] 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Xkallari) . 


EMPUDYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933 -JAN 


94.6 


83.6 


108.2 


41.B 


21.8 


9.86 


rEB 


99.0 


93.8 


118.S 


41.fi 


25.6 


•*«9 


MAR 


81.8 


70.2 


85. S 


37,8 


2S,$ 


9.00 


APR 


87.9 


77.9 


93. 3 


.'58.5 


2?,8 


9tf!9 


MAY 


91.1 


88. A 


in4t0 


41.4 


S4t0 


10. S8 


J UN 


93.3 


91.2 


103.6 


40.3 


24-4 


10.26 


JU1_ 


111.2 


109.7 


124.4 


40.6 


24,.B 


lO.Sfi 


AUG 


116.6 


125.8 


103.5 


32.2 


33.9 


ll-tS* 


SEP 


10S.2 


114a3 


90.7 


30,4 


Sfi.fi 


11,08 


OCT 


109-7 


1S?,S 


-^00.4 


33,2 


35tQ 


11,99 


NOV 


10S.2 


121.0 


96. S 


32.8 


Sfi.O 


ll»T« 


DEC 


98.7 


98.4 


77.2 


28.4 


56.5 


10.44 


AVERAGE 


lOO.O 


100.0 


100.0 


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28.6 


10.41 


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1934 -JAN 


93,0 


97,1 


74.9 


29.2 


?6.7 


10.98 


FEB 


119.1 


143. 8 


110.7 


33.7 


36.7 


12.49 


MAR 


112.7 


130.3 


98.2 


31.6 


36.6 


11.78 


APR 


105.6 


115.9 


SS.fi 


29.4 


37,2 


11.17 


MAY 


90.1 


100.5 


74.8 


30.1 


S4.9 


11-40 


J UN 


93. € 


102.6 


74,4 


28,8 


97f9 


1^.13 


JUL. 


95.6 


104.0 


76.9 


£9.2 


Z7.0 


11.08 


AUG 


9$,4 


11,3,4 


83.:; 


SI, 3 


3T.S 


II1-9S 


SEP 


8?t$ 


dfi,2 


61-0 


26,8 


38t4 


10, «7 


OCT 


9S.8 


118.9 


85.4 


32.3 


37.8 


12.3B 


NOV 


94^3 


116.6 


85,3 


32.8 


37,7 


12.29 


DEC 


8fit7 


llfl;.S 


Sfi.O 


31. 9 


S7.fi 


12.16 


AVERAGE 


9a. 


112.2 


82.9 


30^6 


M..4 


11*89 


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1935- JAN 


109,9 


19?!,0 


99*6 


30.9 


37,9 


Ut72 


FEB 


UifO 


141,7 


99.4 


32,5 


39.6 


12.84 


MAR 


102^4 


130,2 


94,6 


33.6 


88.2 


12-81 


APR 


9?»a 


111.7 


80.6 


31.5 


88.2 


12,04 


MAY 


84,1 


101,7 


72, a 


31.4 


39.1 


12.26 


JUN 


79,9 


91.4 


66.9 


29,9 


38.7 


11.57 


JUL 


S$,7 


96,4 


70.8 


29.6 


38.4 


11-89 


AUG 


97.0 


114.7 


86.9 


32.5 


37.6 


12.24 


SEP 


97.4 


llfi.6 


91.0 


33.0 


37.6 


12.39 


OCT 


95.4 


122.3 


92.6 


35.2 


37.7 


13.26 


NOV 


92.2 


111.3 


84.1 


33.1 


37.5 


12.41 


DEC 


95.1 


120.0 


90.7 


54.6 


37.6 


13.00 


AVERAGE 


95.3 


115,9 


95.8 


32,3 


38.2 


1?.25 


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Beviev, NBA.. Daring June and DeeemlMr 1933 and 1934 actl^rlties of the re- 
porting establishments were covered ccnpletely or (in a few cases) almost 
completely hjr the code definition. Tor explanation of the methods used, 
some of lAiich restdt in figures different from those of B.L.S., see text. 



DIVISION OF REVIEW, NRA 

Industry Statistics unit, EGtmmh 



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Tabl« lOe 



Coda lo. 38 



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Employment, Pdyrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 j^ 



MONTH 



INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 



empijoyment payrolls man-hours 



AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 



WAGES 



AVE.RAGE 
HOURLY 

(Onf) 



AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Ppllart) 



1933 -JAN 



ioi.a 



JliOA- 



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W.Q 



_29*Q_ 



Ji6^ 



57«a 



_M,JSl. 



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Jia. 



98*8 



.IQQ^S. 



j«&ar 



S6.7 



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JUL. 



W.g 



AUG 



W.Q 



3EP 



_|fl«fi_ 



97.a 



JI9«A- 



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_89»fi_ 



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_B6^ 



97.8 



_S9.fi_ 



Jl5»fi- 



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NOV 



JLQU2_ 



DEC 



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jm.2_ 



inn.2 



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26.79 



1C».7 



99. fl 



-44.8 



fifi.a 



26.47 



_iau2- 



.lOILZ. 



_ftQ^ 



58.7 



.^fi«2d. 



AVERAGE 



1QQ.Q 



Ji2Q.lL 



Ji)Q.D. 



_4fi.fi. 



57.7 



26.59 



1934 -JAN 



100.7 



100.8 



99.3 



44.8 



59.0 



26.67 



FEB 



101.1 



103,0 



100.3 



45.1 



59.1 



36.89 



MAR 



JLQ2.2. 



105.6 



103.4 



46.0 



59.2 



27.61 



APR 



afl2.jL 



106.8 



104.8 



46.3 



59.2 



27,62 



MAY 



_ioa.4_ 



106.8 



104.1 



45.8 



59.8 



27.62 



J UN 



104.0 



107.3 



104.4 



45.7 



59.7 



27.51 



JUL 



103.8 



108,2 



103.8 



45.4 



60.3 



27 .66 



AUG 



la^.a 



106.6 



101.8 



44.8 



60 .6 



27.40 



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OCT 



io3«a 

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106.6 



100.7 



44.3 



61.1 



27 .98 



106.5 



100.8 



44.7 



61.4 



27.67 



NOV 



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104.9 



100.5 



44.7 



60.5 



27.43 



DEC 



1Q1.1 



lOB^ 



101^ 



45.5 



_gl^ 



87.89 



AVERAGE 



ASSmS- 



105.5 



102-1 



45.3 



60.1 



27.44 



1935- JAN 101. 5 



1Q».6 



101.4 



45.4 



61.3 



_2a^0Q. 



FEB 



101,1 



i07<a 



101.5 



46.6 



50.8 



JiS^iA. 



MAR 



101.7 



108.0 



108.3 



45.7 



_6U^ 



.2fl.lfi_ 



APR 



101.7 



107.7 



181-3 



45.3 



61.3 



28.07 



MAY 



102.2 



108.0 



101.7 



46.2 



61.1 



_2^m12^ 



JUN 



102,2 



JUL 



101.5 



AUG 



101,7 



SEP 



101.0 



OCT 



101.0 



NOV 



101.1 



DEC 



10Q.6 



108.3 



IQl. S 



107.7 



99,9 



107.7 



100.1 



45.1 
44.7 
44.8 



61,5 



J28*U, 



j61^ 



jaa.Q&. 



61 .8 



108.3 



100.3 



45.^ 



62.0 



108.8 



100.8 



45.4 



108.2 



99.8 



44.9 



62.2 



.aaj.8. 
aa.51 

J28.57_ 
28.44 



112.3 



103.6 



46.9 



62.6 



29.76 



AVERAGE I 101.4 



108.2 



101.2 



45.4 



61.7 



28.34 



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tion "Xlactrlc railroad repair eliope" and llectrlc-railroad and motor-1ni« 
operation and maintenance." It is beliered that not lees than 80 per cent 
of the employees covered "by these two classification were covered by the Cod« 
definition. Tor eiqplauation of the methods used, some of idiich result in 
fiffires different from those .of B«L.8.« aee t flxl« .. J 



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Table 109 



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Fac+ory Empio 


UNDERCiARMENT /vND \'EGLIGEE INDUSTRY ] 
yment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 




INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 

HOURS WAG 
WORKED AVERAGE 


.ES 

AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollars) J 
12.70 "1 
14,30 


EMPLOYMENT PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


PER 
WEEK 


HOURLY 

(Cents) 


1933-JAN 


84.9 


71.3 




TEB 


95.1 90.8 




MAR 


91.2 88.2 





14.82 
15.69 

\ 16.13 
1 15.31 


APR 


98.8 


101.2 


MAY 


105.3 111.9 




J UM 


108.3 109.8 




JUL 


96.5 93.8 








14,62 


AUG 


110.2 114.3 








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16,63 


SEP 


68.3 52.5 








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118.5 i 144.0 






NOV 


116.1 130.5 




1 1 15.29 !i 


DEC 


105.8 91.7 






11.74 


AVeRAGE 


100.0 100.0 








14.35 






IS34 -JAN 


98.3 


97.5 








13.61 
14.23 
15.15 


TEB 


105.4 ! 109.1 




35.1 


42.8 


MAR 


110.6 


122.6 




37.1 


41.5 


APR 


114.2 


126.9 




37.5 


41.2 


'15.18 


MAY 


114.6 


126.0 




36.5 


41.0 


14.91 


JUN 


112.6 


115.8 




34.7 


42.1 1 13.94 1 

41.2 ^ 12.49 

42.6 14.51 

43.7 10.82 


JUL. 


94.5 


87.3 




27.5 


AUG 


103.7 


111.9 




32.4 
19.3 


SEP 


113.4 


92.4 




OCX 


121.4 


141.6 




35.1 


41.2 15.62 


NOV 


126.2 


146.2 




35.4 


42.9 


15.41 


DEC 


l?.f).fi 


147.5 




35.9 


45.2 


16.35 


average: 


111.3 


118.7 




33.3 * 


1 42.3 * 


14.34 J 


II 


1935- JAN 


106.4 


121.6 




33.2 


45.6 


15.35 


TEB 


114.6 


122.5 




29.7 


45.5 


14.35 


MAR 


118.0 


136.0 




32.4 


46.3 


15.67 


APR 


117.9 


129.2 




29.9 


45.1 


14.90 


MAY 


116.0 


126.7 




31.6 


45.0 


14.72 


JUN 


107.2 


111.9 




33.4 


42.5 


14.07 


JUL 


95.6 


100.3 


34.1 


43.3 


14.15 


AUG 


105.3 


110.9 


30.1 


42.8 


14.42 


SEP 


116,0 


132.5 




34.7 


42.8 


15.70 


OCT 


123.1 


144.9 




36.2 


43.0 


16.37 


NOV 


125.4 


149.5 




35.6 


43.2 


16.53 


DEC 


121.6 


127.4 




31.3 


43.9 


14.54 


AVERAGE 


113.9 


126.1 




32.7 


44.1 


15.06 


Source: Bureau of Labor Statlstios in cooperation wit 
Review, HBA.. During June and Decemher 1933 and 1934 e 
porting •atablishments were covered completely or (in 
completely by the code definition. For esplanation of 
some of ^ilch reBUlt In figures different from those o 
* 11 month average. 


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a few casee 

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Table 110 



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Factory Empl oyment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 



MONTH 



INDEXES 

1933 = lOU 



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AVERAGE 

HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 



=^=^^ 



WAGES 



•AVERAGE 
HOURLY 



AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 




SoTxreei Boreaa of Labor Statistics In cooperation with tne Division of 
£•▼!•¥, IBA. During Juu« and Decamber 1933 and 1934 activities of the re- 
porting •stabllshments were covered coopletelj or (in a few cases) almost 
oonpletely b7 the cods definition. For explanation of the methods used, 
•OBM of irtilch result In figures different from those of B.L.3., see text. 



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Code Ho. 153 


Fac 


VAIVE AM PITTIlfGS MANUFACTUHDIG INKBTRT 
tory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 

1933 = lOU 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 


AVERAGE 
WCEKLY 

(DollRTBl 


EMPUOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


i93:^-JAN 


82.3 


70-2 


72-6 


26.8 


fiA,0 


13.77 


FEB 


69.4 


72-6 


80.0 


27,2 


fi5,fl 


i-^^.H 


MAR 


87.5 


75-6 


78.4 


27-2 


.S4,7 


is.^io 


APR 


87.5 


72-7 


78.9 


?7,4 


63.2 


13.31 


MAY 


90.2 


80.0 


84,9 


28.6 


p?,6 


14,22 


J UM 


96.8 


96.0 


98.1 


30»fl 


fid, 6 


16,90 


JUL. 


102.2 


114.3 


lie. 7 


33.8 


M.O 


17.94 


AUG 


109.9 


123.6 


118.2 


32,7 


^6.9 


18.04 


SEP 


114-6 


124.0 


117-7 


31,2 


67.7 


17.36 


OCT- 


112,9 


124^8 


120,0 


32.8 


?7.B 


17.86 


NOV 


113.2 


122.3 


11'. 4 


31.6 


66.9 


17.28 


DEC 


113.4 


124.0 


120.2 


32.2 


66.9 


17.62 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


30.1 


56.4 


15.86 


II 


1934 -JAN 


116.6 


139.9 


133.5 


36.1 


57. S 


19.36 


FEB 


116.0 


138.7 


129.0 


33.8 


56.0 


19.01 


MAR 


116.9 


137.9 


128.2 


33.6 


56.0 


18.91 


APR 


115.6 


140.8 


126.6 


23. S 


56.0 


19.36 


MAY 


114.6 


134.9 


121.4 


32.2 


57.9 


18.71 


J UN 


113.6 


140-7 


125,8 


33,6 


58.2 


19.60 


JUU 


115.4 


140.4 


127.6 


33,6 


59-1 


19-26 


AUQ 


114. a 


144-7 


1Z2.2 


36.0 


58-7 


19.97 


SEP 


116.6 


147.5 


133.8 


44.8 


68.4 


20.16 


OCT 


116.9 


152-6 


140-4 


36.5 


57.6 


20.79 ! 


1 NOV 


117.9 


lfil.fi 


138-1 


35-6 


57.9 


20.48 


DEC 


119. n 


IfiA.a 


136.7 


34.9 


59.4 


20-66 


AVERAGE 


116.0 


143.6 


131-1 


34.3 


57.9 


19.69 


II 


1935- JAN 


118.2 


150-1 


137.7 


35.4 


57.9 


20.50 


FEB 


119.1 


153.2 


139.9 


35.7 


59.1 


20.76 


MAR 


118.8 


151.5 


138.8 


35.6 


59.0 


20.91 


APR 


120. £ 


149.0 


134.6 


34.0 


59.3 


20.30 


MAY 


121.7 


159.2 


143.0 


35.7 


58.5 


21.06 


JUN 


122.7 


161.0 


143.3 


36.5 


58.9 


20.98 


JUL 


122.2 


158.8 


144.0 


36.8 


57.7 


20.73 


AUG 


121.6 


161.8 


146.8 


36.7 


58.0 


a. 32 


SEP 


123.8 


168.2 151.5 


37.2 


58.6 


21.91 


OCT 


126.1 


174.2 


158.5 


38.2 


58.6 


22.43 


NOV 


1Z1.5 


102-7 


167.4 


28.7 


58.1 


2r.57 


DEC 


133.6 


186.1 170.6 


38.8 


58.0 


22.60 


AVERAGE 


123.3 


163.0 148.0 


36,4 


58.5 


21. 5i 


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some of w: 


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ictivitiea 
a few caaea 
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Code Ho. 136 


TIfaiflED CLiI SSWER PIPE ULNUFACTUBIHG INDUBTBY 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(PqUato) 


EMPLOYMENT 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1033 -JAN 


•1-T 


77.2 


88.5 


26.4 


34.8 


8.53 


1 FEB 


tl.A 


80.9 


83.1 


23.9 


35.9 


8.97 


u *^^*^ 


sf.a 


72.2 


78.2 


_- 22*9 

. a4.i. 


-38.6 

34.4 


- 8.16 
8.96 


1, APR 


92.0 


81.2 


87.1 


1 MAY 


9T.e 


90.8 


95-2 


26.6 


34.7 


9.42 


J UN 


99.8 


103.3 


113.4 


29.9 


32.8 




JUL. 


104.4 


99. B 


120.7 


30.4 


30.2 


9.74 


AUG 


113. a 


124.B 


130.2 


30.1 


35.0 


11.19 


SEP 


106.fi 


97.2 


91.9 


22.9 


41.9 


9-42 


OCT 


98. 7 


105.0 


89.1 


26.0 


42.6 


11.28 


NOV 


101. a 


109,4 


84.7 


22.0 


43.1 


10.70 


DEC 


118.7 


158.8 


138.1 


30.6 


41.9 


13.67 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


26.1 


36.7 


10.04 


II 


1934 -JAN 


149.4 2£fi.0 


199.3 


36.1 


43.3 


15.28 


FEB 


137.1 


227.2 


161.3 


34.8 


44.3 


16.67 


MAR 


142.1 221.3 


182.0 


33.7 


44.1 


15.67 


APR 


139.4 


209.6 


178.1 


33.6 


45.4 


15.12 


MAY 


143.1 


172.7 


;.62.2 


29.8 


43.2 


12.34 


JUN 


144.7 211.0 


181.5 


33.0 


44.2 


14.63 j 


JUL. 


B0.9 1 110.9 


84.3 


.^*4- 


41.3 


13.57 


AUG 


S4.9 


12fi.l 


95.8 


29*7 


41.6 


14.14 


SEP 

OCT 


95.0 


150.0 


iia.7 


31.6 


45.9 


15.40 


98.2 


168.7 


122.8 


32.9 


47,3 


16.76 


NOV 


104.3 


168.9 


122.1 


30.8 


49.4 


15.79 


DEC 


97,0 


lft9.2 


111.7 


30.3 


50.6 


16.01 


AVERAGE 


118.0 


179 .£ 


144.6 


31.9 


45.0 


16.11 


II 


1935- JAN 


99.9 


131. a 


104.4 


27.6 


49.2 


13-30 


FEB 


107.8 


134.0 


107.4 


26-2 


45.1 


12.26 


MAR 


101.9 


126.7 


116.5 


30.1 


47.1 


13.94 


APR 


40.2 


49.0 


49.2 


32.2 


44.7 


13.77 


MAY 


49.1 


69.0 


67.4 


36.1 


40.4 


16.33 


JUN^ 


110.1 


106.4 


104.2 


24.9 


43.6 


10.02 


JUL 


14fi.8 


235.2 


183.5 


33-1 


48.9 


16.86 


AUG 


144.7 


213.8 


176.5 


31.9 


48.3 


15.36 


SEP 


144.0 


238.4 


186.1 


34.0 


48.2 


17.54 


OCT 


lAfl.l 


248.1 


201.5 


35.8 


48.9 


17.61 


NOV 


144.7 


251.2 


200.3 


36.4 49.6 


la.ifi 


DEC 


147.6 


284.5 


220.6 


39.3 


49.6 


20.12 


AVERAGE 


115.8 


174.1 


143.1 


32.3 


47.0 


15.36 


8ouro«t Bureau of Labor Statlstiot in cooperation wlt^ 
Barlav, IBi. Daring June and December 1933 and 1934 at 
porting eatabliebments were covered completely or (in c 
coiqpletely by the code definition. Tor e:q>lanation of 
some of idiioh regtdt in figures different from those ol 


1 the DlvisJ 
jtiTlties of 
I few cases] 
the methodi 
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+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, ond Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = IQO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 

(Cents) 


AVERAGE 
WCEKLY 

(Dollars) 


EMPUDYMENT 

a/ 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933-JAN 


93.8 


97.5 


103.0 


48.1 


43.0 


21.39 


FEB 


92.6 


91.0 


98.7 


46.7 


42.5 


20-12 


MAR 


92.0 


89,6 


99.3 
lOfl.O 


47.JJ 


42.7 


19-93 


APR 


95,2 


98.6 


49,7 


41.1 


21.08 


MAY 


gg^p 


97.8 


107,8 


49-1 


41.7 


20.72 


JUM 


94.a 


92.2 


101.fi 


j46.^ _ 


42.0 


19.92 
21-05 


JUL 


101.0 I 104-5 


109.9 


47-7 


42.0 


AUG 


97,9 91,6 


89.0 


39.8 


47.9 


_ 19^2 

19.78 


SEP 


107-8 ; 104.8 


94.0 


38.2 


62.2 


OCT- 


110.5 111.5 


98.7 


J9^ 


51.7 


20.53 


NOV 


110,3 1 110.4 


96r2 


38.2 


49-7 


.. 1S.92 
20.48 


DEC 


108.0 1 110.4 


93.9 


38.1 


51.4 


avetrage: 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


44.1 


45,7 _ 


20.34 


II 


1934 -JAN 


ioa.4 112.2 


95-8 


38.7 


50.5 


20.70 


FEB 


111.6 114.7 


100.8 


39.6 


50.3 


20.57 . 


MAR 


110.4 


112.1 


97.6 


38.7 


52.3 


20,28 
20.47 


APR 


110.3 


114.0 


95.9 


38.1 


52.8 


MAY 


109.5 


114.0 


94.9 


;i8.0 


54.0 


20.76 


JUN 


110.6 


116.7 


98.0 


38.8 


63.6 


21.12 


JUl- 


114.7 


120.9 


100.8 


38.6 


54.6 


21. a 


AUG 


115.8 


120.6 


100.1 


37.9 


54.6 


1-21 iP6 


SEP 


118.6 127.8 


106.3 


39.3 


55.7 


21.89 


OCT 


119.0 127.8 


107.0 


39.4 


54.8 


a. 64 


NOV 


115.0 


117.8 


96.4 


37.5 


54.7 


20.38 1 
20.57 


DEC 


114-3 11 ft. 4 


99.0 


38.0 


54.3 


AVERAGE 


113.2 


118.1 


99.6 


38.6 


53,5 


20.89 


II 


1935- JAN 


112.7 


118.8 


96.3 


37.4 


55-9 


20-95 


FEB 


113,2 


las.i 


98.9 


38.3 


54.9 


21.13 


MAR 


111.0 118.3 


95.0 


37.5 


53.8 


20.66 


APR 


109.7 116.4 


93.9 


;i7.6 


53.6 


20.52 


MAY 


lOtt.8 116.0 


94.1 


37.9 


54.5 


20.72 


JUN 


109.1 117.2 


94,9 


38.1 


55.1 


21.10 


JUL 


110.3 


119-4 ; 98.7 


39.2 


53-9 


21-17 


AUG 


112.9 


123.1 


102.0 


39^6 
42.5 


55..8 

54.7 


„ 21.41 
23.29 


SEP 


113.9 


135.2 


110.5 


OCT 


114.0 


137.2 


114.0 


4S.8 


54.6 


23.es 


NOV 


112.2 


126.0 


104.9 


41.0 


55.0 


22.42 


DEC 


108.3 


120.2 


99.6 


40.3 


55-7 


22.43 


AVERAGE 


111.3 


122,6 


100,2 


39.4 


54.6 


21.64 


Source: ] 
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eo^loyees 
tlon. I'd 

' different 
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le and December 1933 and 1934 appr 
reported under this classlflcatlo 
• explflOAtlon of the methods used, 

from those of B.L.S.t *8e text, 
justed to 1933 Cenaua tpta* by m 


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n were cove 

some of 1^ 

A^_ 


salflcation 
7 per cent 
red b7 the 
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of the 
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Table 114 



Oode No. 553 



WINDOW GLASS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY 
Fac+ory Employment, PaLjrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH , 


INDEXES 
1933 = lOO 


AVERAGE 
HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 

^ "■ '-"■- --:--^~ 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURL.Y 

(Cents) 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Dollars) 

26.64 
22.85 
17.93 

20.17 

21.37 
2L.90 
20.71 


EMPUOYMCNT 


PAYROUL-S 


MAN-HOURS 


1933 -JAN 


78.7 


92.6 




FEB 


74.8 


75.0 




.. _ . 


MAR 


75.0 


59.6 






APR 


64.6 


57.6 




MAY 


66.6 


62.9 







J UN 


78.4 


75.9 




JUl. 


92.1 


84.3 




AUG 


103.3 


97.5 






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21.31^ _] 

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23.16 


SEP 


123.0 


130.8 






OCX 


147.5 


150.7 








NOV 


149.1 


164.3 








24.80 '' 


DEC 


147.6 


149.1 








22.21 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 








22.26 


II 


1934 -JAN 


144.9 


147.7 






2S.40 


FEB 


140.1 


156.9 




35.8 


69.0 


24,57 


MAR 


141.5 


143.3 




36.3 


60.5 


22.22 
24.16 


APR 


138.2 


152.2 




31.5 


76.8 


MAY 


1S4.8 


130.5 




37.2 


62.0 


22.97 


J UN 


119.8 


125.9 




Z5.2 


63.8 


23.10 


JUL. 


120.6 


123.3 




35.5 
55.2 
34.8 


63.8 


22.47 


AUG 


127.6 


128.6 




62.4 


22.12 


SEP 


130.0 


133.1 




65.4 


22.51 


OCT 


136.6 


144.5 




35.9 


64.7 


23.26 


NOV 


134.4 


146.7 




35.7 


67.1 


23.94 J 


DEC 


1S5.4 


145.9 




35.0 


67.6 


23.63 


AVERAGE 


132.8 


139.9 




35.4 ' 


65.7 ' 


23.11 


Ij 


1935- JAN 


146.6 


156.6 




35.0 


68.5 


23.93 


FEB 


158.3 


171.1 




35.1 


59.0 


24.21 


MAR 


156.2 


170.7 




35.3 


69.2 


24.29 


APR 


151.7 


160.2 




33.9 


69.5 


23.48 


MAY 


162.0 


165.9 




33.5 


68.2 


22.78 


JUN 


158.1 


172.4 




36.2 


67.4 


24.26 


JUL 


157.3 


165.2 




1 35^2 


67.2 


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149.1 


158.6 




35.5 
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67.5 
70.2 
69.3 
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70.3 


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25.32 


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146.8 


160.1 




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148.2 


167.3 




36.2 


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146.5 


162.5 




36.0 


DEC 


141.9 


161.3 




36.0 


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151.9 


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- 238 - 
Table 115 


Code 1 


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IPOOL TKXTILE INDUSTHY 
Fac+ory Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages, 1933-1935 


MONTH 


INDEXES 
1933 = ICO 


AVERAGE 

HOURS 

WORKED 

PER 

WEEK 


WAGES 


AVERAGE 
HOURLY 


AVERAGE 
WEEKLY 

(Doiiiirs) 


EMPLOYMENT 
ft/ 


PAYROLLS 


MAN-HOURS 


1933-JAN 


84.6 


79, a 


92,7 


45.2 


34,2 


15,53 


FEB 


92.4 


91.0 


104,6 


46,7 


34,7 


16.14 


MAR 


70.4 


56.4 


63.7 


37.3 


34,0 


13,0fl 


APR 


73.3 


62-2 


73- P 


41,2 


33.7 


la, 90 


MAY 


88.4 


82.6 


99, R 


46^4 


32.3 


15.14 


J UN 


108.6 


113.0 


127- P 


48.3 


34,3 




JUL. 


122.4 


128-4 


14b,5 


49,0 


^^,2 


16,99 


AUG 


125.9 


134-7 


125-7 


41-2 


4^,3 


17,52 


SEP 


118.9 


127.6 


107-6 


37-1 


48,7 


17,54 


OCT 


115.0 


121.0 


97-4 


34,9 


49.5 


17,03 


NOV 


102-1 


102- S 


81,2 


32, a 


49.4 


16-19 


DEC 


98.0 


101.1 


81-5 


34-3 


48.4 


16.61 


AVERAGE 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


41.2 


39-8 


16.04 


II 


1934 -JAN 


100.3 


103,3 


82,2 


33^8 


49,1 


16,59 


FEB 


108.8 


116. » 


94-0 


35.6 


48,6 


17,23 


MAR 


104.2 


110-3 


87-5 


34,6 


49,1 


17,05 


APR 


94.9 


100.6 


79-5 


34.5 


49.1 


17,06 


MAY 


95.5 


98.1 


76-9 


33-9 


49,1 


18,35 


J UN 


88-5 


90,2 


88^9 


32,1 


50.0 


16.07 


JUL 


88-9 


90,9 


fi<J.A 


32,2 


49,7 


16,02 


AUG 


afi,R 


fl?,.'^ 


67.1 


32,0 


A9,8 


15.97 


SEP 


4S,3 


4A,n 


33, ft 


3n,H 


SO,0 


15,39 


OCT 


86.3 


86.2 


65-9 


31-5 


49-6 


15-59 


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95-0 


97-3 


76,7 


3.^,3 


4a,9 


16,25 


DEC 


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97-1 


36-9 


48-1 


17-74 


AVERAGE 


91.9 


L 95.4 


74.9 


33.4 


49.3 


16.61 


II 


1935- JAN 


116,3 


I3p^a 


104,1 


36,9 


49,3 


18,19 


FEB 


118.9 


136-0 


106-7 


37-0 


49.4 


18.27 


MAR 


117.1 


131-7 


102-8 


36.9 


49.5 


17.93 


APR 


110.3 


120.8 


94-9 


35-5 


49-3 


17,50 


MAY 


115-4 


129.2 


101-3 


36-2 


49.6 


17-94 


JUN 


122.6 


139.6 


110-6 


37-2 


49.2 


18.26 


JUL 


119.6 


135-4 


106-5 


36-7 


49-3 


18-12 


AUG 


123.2 


139-6 


109-4 


36.6 


49-5 


18-10 


SEP 


121.5 


137.7 


108.2 


36.7 


49-4 


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OCT 


124.8 


143.5 


113.8 


37.6 


49.0 


18.42 


NOV 


130.6 


144.1 


115.0 


36.3 


48.8 


17.69 


DEC 


129.7 


153.0 


120.5 


38.3 


49.4 


18.89 


AVERAGE 


120.8 


137.0 


107.8 


36.8 


49.3 


18.12 


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98 per cent of the employees reported under this class] 
by the Code definition. For explanation of the methodc 
result in figures different from those of B.L.S., see 1 
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APPENDIX II 



Manufacturing Bstabllsiimente Reporting to the Bureau of Labor StatietlcB 

and factory Ikqployees In Those ZBtabliahnents Classified "by the llvmber 

of Codes Under Which the SstabliahrnentB Operated, December, 1934 



Btubor of Codes 
Under Which 
Xach Istablishment 
Operated 



Establi oilmen ts 

Percentage 
Number Of Total 



Sbiployees a/ 

Percentage 
Number Of Total 



Total 



16,268 100.0 



2,746,691 100.0 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
9 
10 



15,271 


93.9 


773 


4.7 


156 


1.0 


44 


0.3 


17 


0.1 


4 


y 


2 


y 


1 


y 



2,348,644 


85.5 


234,250 


8.5 


102,695 


3.7 


30,ci40 


1.1 


16,001 


0.6 


1,718 


0.1 


10,066 


0.4 


2,677 


0.1 



Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics in cooperation with the Division of 
Reyiew, HEA. Data cover payroll periods ending nearest Decem- 
ber 15, 1934. 

^ Bxcludes employees not allocated by reporting firms to any ap- 
proved or pending code. 

b/ Less than one-tenth of one per cent. 



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IPPHPU III 
U.S. DEPARTMENT Of LABOR 

MlldMU or LAKM fTATUTICS 
WAaHINOTON 



January 15, 193S 



Qdntleoen: 

It has been found necessary to determine trends of eo- 
ployment and pay rolls, not only for each industry but also for 
the different N.P..A. coda classifications. On the form which is 
transmitted with this letter you are requested to enter the names 
and numbers of the codes under which you are operating with the 
employees, pay rolls and man hours for each code. This infomja- 
tion will be requested only at infrequent intervals, as may be 
found necessary in classifying employment data on both an indus- 
trial and a code basis. 

If your establishment operates under m ore than one_oode . 
the entire form is to be filled out. If you are operating under 
one cofle only , omit inquiry n\imbor III. 

It is planned to compare the figures supplied on this 
form with those which you have been furnishing on the regular 
monthly fori. The last report you sent us was for December 
1934. If there is a differanco between the December totals 
previously submitted and those inserted on the enclosed form, 
will you kindly indicate the reason. We can understand, for 
ezair.ple, that the basis on which factory or shop employees have 
been reported in the past may not quite correspond to the defini- 
tion on the enclosed blank. 

Your replies will be held in strict confidence and will 
be used for general statistical purposes only. The information 
furnished by any individual firm will not be available to any 
person other than sworn employees of the Bureau of Labor Statis- 
tics. The reports will not be used for purposes of oompliance. 

An envelop«not requiring postage is supplied herewith 
for your convenience. Pleasa fill out and return the enclosed 
blank as soon as possible. 

Very truly yours, 



^Jh^^tuCU^ LiJm*-L 



Isador Lubin, 
EInc. Commissioner of Labor Statistlos. 



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JIPPBNDIX III - continued 

THIS IS OUR PERMANENT OFFICE RECORD. KINDLY PRESERVE CAREFULLY UNTIL YOU MAIL IT 

CONFIDENTIAL 

VOLUME OF EMPLOYMENT b.l.s.789a 

U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 

Manufacturing bureau OF labor statistics 

WASHINGTON 



Gentlemen: In response to numerous requests for information concerning employment classified according 
to the NRA codes, the Bureau of Labor Statistics has undertaken the following inquiry. I shall be greatly obliged 
if you will supply the information requested and return this form to this office at the earliest date possible. This 
is a special request. It is not our intention to ask for this information regularly. A separate report is needed for 
each establishment. 

Information relating to individual firms will be available only to sworn employees of the United 
States Bureau of Labor Statistics and will be used for statistical purposes only. 

A franked addressed envelop is provided for your convenience. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated. 

Very truly yours, 

ISADOR LUBIN, 

Commissioner of Labor Staiisiics. 

INQUIRY NO. I 

Name the principal products, type of products, or services of this establishment in order of importance (based 
on total sales value): 

IN JUNE 1933 IN DECEMBER 2934 

(1) - (1) 

(2). - (2) 

(3) - -- - - -- (3) -- 

(4)- - (4) 

(5) - (5) 

INQUIRY NO. II 

IF THIS ESTABLISHMENT OPERATES UNDER ONLY ONE CODE, give code name and number 
below and DO NOT answer Inquiry No. Ill on reverse side. 

Name of NRA Code - - Code Number 

[oVEB] 1-4—3069 

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INQUIRY NO. Ill 

TO BE ANSWERED BY EACH ESTABLISHMENT THAT OPERATES UNDER MORE THAN ONE CODE 

All information furnished below should relate to shop employees onhj 

SHOP EMPLOYEES. — Include all skiDed and unskilled, piece or time workers on productive processes, 
clerical workers in productive departments, engineers, firemen, watchmen, packers, etc. ; also foremen and overseers 
in minor positions who perform work similar to that done by the persons under their supervision. DO NOT include 
persons working at their homes or in other establishments on materials furnished by establishment reported on. 

PART A. — Indicate in table below code numbers and names of codes under which establishment was operating 
during December, 1934. Indicate also the approximate number of employees, amount of pay roU and number of 
man-hours allocated to each code, for the pay period ending nearest December 15, 1934. 



Pat Period 

Ending Nearest 

Dec. 15, 1934 


Code 
Number 


Name of Code 


Number of 
Employees ' 


Amount of 
Pat Roll 


Number of 
Man Hours 














From — 












, 1934, 












To— 












, 1934 














Not allocated to anv code 










Total 


1 



' Any employee who works under more than one code should be allocated to the code under which his principal activities come. 

PART B. — For each of the pay periods specified below, estimate the approximate number of employees allo- 
cated to each code. For the periods when codes were not yet in effect make the allocation of employees as if all 
present code provisions and rules had actually been in operation. 





Name of Codb 


Number op Employees ' 


Code 

Number 


Pay period ending 

nearest June 15, 

1933 


Pay period ending 

nearest Dec. 15, 

1933 


Pay period ending 

nearest June 15, 

1934 




















































Not allocated to any code 








Total 









' .4ny employee who works under more than one code should be allocated to the code under which his principal activities come. 



(Date) 



(Signature of person making report) 
(Position) 



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OFFICE OF THE NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION 
THE DIVISION OF REVIEW 

THE WORK OF THE DIVISION OF REVIEW 

Executive Order No. 7075, dated June 15, 1935, established the Division of Review of the 
National Recovery Administration. The pertinent part of the Executive Order reads thus: 

The Division of Review shall assemble, analyze, and report upon the statistical 
information and records of experience of the operations of the various trades and 
industries heretofore subject to codes of fair competition, shall study the ef- 
fects of such codes upon trade, industrial and labor conditions in general, and 
other related matters, shall make available for the protection and promotion of 
the public interest an adequate review of the effects of the Administration of 
Title I of the National Industrial Recovery Act, and the principles and policies 
put into effect thereunder, and shall otherwise aid the President in carrying out 
his functions under the said Title. I hereby appoint Leon C. Marshall, Director of 
the Division of Review. 

The study sections set up in the Division of Review covered these areas: industry 
studies, foreign trade studies, labor studies, trade practice studies, statistical studies, 
legal studies, administration studies, miscellaneous studies, and the writing of code his- 
tories. The materials which #ere produced by these sections are indicated below. 

Except for the Code Histories, all items mentioned below are scheduled to be in mimeo- 
graphed form by April 1, 1936. 

THE CODE HISTORIES 

The Code Histories are documented accounts of the formation and administration of the 
codes. They contain the definition of the industry and the principal products thereof; the 
classes of members in the industry; the history of code formation including an account of the 
sponsoring organizations, the conferences, negotiations and hearings which were held, and 
the activities in connection with obtaining approval of the code; the history of the ad- 
ministration of the code, covering the organization and operation of the code authority, 
the difficulties encountered in administration, the extent of compliance or non-compliance, 
and the general success or lack of success of the code, and an analysis of the operation of 
code provisions dealing v?ith wages, hours, trade practices, and other provisions. These 
and other matters are canvassed not only in terms of the materials to be found in the files, 
out also in terms of the experiences of the deputies and others concerned with code formation 
and administration. 

The Code Histories, (including histories of certain NRA units or agencies) are not 
mimeographed. They are to be turned over to the Department of Commerce in typewritten form. 
All told, approximately eight hundred and fifty (850) histories will be completed. This 
number includes all of the approved codes and some of the unapproved codes. (In W ork 
Materials No 18. Content s of Code Histries . will be found the outline which governed 
the preparation of Code Histories.) 

(In the case of all approved codes and also in the case of some codes not carried to 
final approval, there are in NRA files further materials on industries. Particularly worthy 
of mention are the Volumes I, II and III which constitute the material officially submitted 
to the President in support of the recommenda-tion for approval of each code. These volumes 
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set forth the origination of the code, the sponsoring group, the evidence advanced to sup- 
port the proposal, the report of the Division of Research and Planning on the industry, the 
recommendations of the various Advisory Boards, certain t^-pes of official correspondenoe, 
the transcript of the formal hearing, and other pertinent matter. There is also much offi- 
cial information relating to amendments, interpretations, exemptions, and other rulings. The 
materials mentioned in this paragraph were of course not a part of the work of the Division 
of Review. ) 

THE WORK MATERIALS SERIES 

In the work of the Division of Review a considerable number of studies and compilations 
of data (other than those noted below in the Evidence Studies Series and the Statistical 
Material Series) have been made. These are listed below, grouped according to the char- 
acter of the material. (In Work M aterials l^a. 12, Tentati ve Outlines and Summaries of 
Studies in Process , these materials are fully described). 

I ndustry Studies 

Automobile Industry, An Economic Survey of 

Bituminous Coal Industry under Free Competition and Code Regulation, Economic Survey of 

Electrical Manufacturing Industry, The 

Fertilizer Industry, The 

Fishery Industry and the Fishery Codes 

Fishermen and Fishing Craft, Earnings of 

Foreign Trade under the National Industrial Recovery Act 

Part A - Competitive Position of the United States in International Trade 1927-29 through 

1934. 
Part B - Section 3 (e) of NIRA and its administration. 
Part C - Imports and Importing under NRA Codes. 
Part D - Exports and Exporting under NRA Codes. 

Forest Products Industries, Foreij^n Trade Study of the 

Iron and Steel Industry, The 

Knitting Industries, The 

Leather and Shoe Industries, The 

Lumber and Timber Products Industry, Economic Problems of the 

Men's Clothing Industry, The 

Millinery Industry, The 

Motion Picture Industry, The 

Migration of Industry, The: The Shift of Twenty-Five Needle Trades Froa New York State, 
1926 to 1934 

National Labor Income by Months, 1929-35 

Paper Industry, The 

Production, Prices, Employment and Payrolls in Industry, Agriculture and Railway Trans- 
portation, January 1923, to date 

Retail Trades Study, The 

Rubber Industry Study, The 

Textile Industry in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, and Japan 

Textile Yarns and Fabrics 

Tobacco Industry, The 

Wholesale Trades Study, The 

Women's Neckwear and Sc?rf Industry, Financial and Labor Data on 

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Women's Apparel Industry, Soae Aspects of the 

T rade P ractic e Stu dies 

Comnodities, Infomation Concerning: A Study of NRA and Related Experiences in Control 
Distribution, Manufacturers' Control of: Trade Practice Provisions in Selected NRA Codes 
Distributi'i^e Relations in the Asbestos Industry 
Design Piracy: The Problem and Its Treatment Under NRA Codes 
Electrical Mfg. Industry: Price Filing Study 
Fertilizer Industry: Price Filing Study 

Geographical Price Relations Under Codes of Fair Coapetition. Control of 
Minimum Price Regulation Under Codes of Fair Competition 
Multiple Basing Point System in the Lime Industry: Operation of the 
Price Control in the Coffee Industry 
Price Filing Under NRA Codes 
Production Control in the Ice Industry 
Production Control, Case Studies in 

Resale Price Maintenance Legislation in the United States 

Retail Price Cutting, Restriction of, with special Emphasis on The Drug Industry. 
Trade Practice Rules of The Federal Trade Commission (1914-1936); A classification for 
comparison with Trade Practice Provisions of NRA Codes. 

Labor Studies 

Cap and Cloth Hat Industry, Commission Report on Wage Differentials in 

Earnings in Selected Manufacturing Industries, by States, 1933-35 

Employment, Payrolls, Hours, and Wages in 115 Selected Code Industries 1933-35 

Fur Manufacturing, Commission Report on Wages and Hours in 

Hours and Wages in American Industry 

Labor Program Under the National Industrial Recovery Act, The 

Part A. Introduction 

Part B. Control of Hours and Reemployment 

Part C. Control of Wages 

Par'- D. Control of Other Conditions of Employment 

Part E. Section 7(a) of the Recovery Act 
Materials in the Field of Industrial Relations 
PRA Census of Employment, June, October, 1333 
Puerto Rico Needlework, Homeworkers Survey 

Administrativ e Studies 

Administrative and Legal Aspects of Stays, Exemptions and Exceptions, Code Amendments, Con- 
ditional Orders of Approval 

Administrative Interpretations of NRA Codes 

Administrative Law and Procedure under the NIRA 

Agreements Under Sections 4(a) and 7(b) of the NIRA 

Approve Codes in Industry Groups, Classification of 

Basic Code, the — (Administrative Order X-61) 

Code Authorities and Their Part in the Administration of the NIRA 
Part A. Introduction 
Part B. Nature, Composition and Organization of Code Authorities 

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Part C. Activities of the Code Authorities 

Part D. Code Authority Finances 

Part E. Summary and Evaluation 
Code Compliance Activities of the NRA 
Code Making Program of the NRA in the Territories, The 
Code Provisions and Related Subjects, Policy Statements Concerning 
Content of NIRA Administrative Legislation 

Part A. Executive and Administrative Ordera 

Part B. Labor Provisions in the Codes 

Part C. Trade Practice Provisions in the Codes 

Part D. Administrative Provisions in the Codes 

Part E. Agreements under Sections 4(a) and 7(b) 

Part F. A Type Case: The Cotton Textile Code 
Lab3ls Under NRA, A Study of 

Model Code and Uodel Provisions for Codes, Development of 

National Recovery Administration, The: A Review of its Organization and Activities 
NRA Insignia 

President's Reemployment Agreement, The 

President's Reemployment Agreement, Substitutions in Connection with the 
Prison Labor Problem under NRA and the Prison Compact, The 
Problems of Administration in the Overlapping of Code Definitions of Industries and Trades, 

Multiple Code Coverage, Classifying Individual Members of Industries and Trades 
Relationship of NRA to Government Contracts and Contracts Involving the Use of Government 

Funds 
Relationship of NRA with States and Municipalities 
Sheltered Workshops Uoder NRA 
Uncodified Industries: A Study of Factors Limiting the Code Making Program 

Legal Stud ies 

Anti-Trust Laws and Unfair Competition 

Collective Bargaining Agreements, the Right of Individual Employees to Enforce 

Commerce Clause, Federal Regulation of the Employer-Employee Relationship Under the 

Delegation of Power, Certain Phases of the Principle of, with Reference to Federal Industrial 
Regulatory Legislation 

Enforcement, Extra-Judicial Methods of 

Federal Regulation through the Joint Employment of the Power of Taxation and the Spending 
Power 

Government Contract Provisions as a Means of Establishing Proper Economic Standards, Legal 
Memorandum on Possibility of 

Industrial Relations in Australia, Regulation of 

Intrastate Activities Which so Affeot Interstate Coomerce as to Bring them Under the Com- 
merce Clause, Cases on 

Legislative Possibilities of the State Constitutions 

Post Office and Post Road Power — Can it be Used as a Means of Federal Industrial Regula- 
tion? 

State Recovery Legislation in Aid of Federal Recovery Legislation History and Analysis 

Tariff Rates to Secure Proper Standards of Wages and Hours, the Possibility of Variation in 

Trade Practices and the Anti-Trust Laws 

Treaty Making Power of the United States 

War Power, Can it be Used as a Means of Federal Regulatioc of Child Labor? 

9768—4. 



THP E VIDENCE STUDIES SERIES 

The Evidence Studies were originally undertaken to gather material for pending court 
cases. After the Schechter decision the project was continued in order to assemble data for 
use in connection with the studies of the Division of Review. The data are particularly 
concerned with the nature, size and operations of the industry; and with the relation of the 
industry to interstate commerce. The industries covered by the Evidence Studies account for 
more than one-half of the total number of workers under codes. The list of those studies 
follows: 



Automobile Manufacturing Industry 
Automotive Parts and Equipment Industry 
Baking Industry 

Boot and Shoe Manufacturing Industry 
Bottled Soft Drink Industry 
Builders' Supplies Industry 
Canning Industry 
Chemical Manufacturing Industry 
Cigar Manufacturing Industry 
Coat dnd Suit Industry 
Construction Industry 
Cotton Garment Industry 
Dress Manufacturing Industry 
Electrical Contracting Industry 
Electrical Manufacturing Industry 
Fabricated Metal Products Mfg. and Metal Fin- 
ishing and Metal Coating Industry 
Fishery Industry 
Furniture Manufacturing Industry 
General Contractors Industry 
Graphic Arts Industry 
Gray Iron Foundry Industry 
Hosiery Industry 

Infant's and Children's Wear Industry 
Iron and Steel Industry 



Leather Industry 

Lumber and Timber Products Industry 
Mason Contractors Industry 
Men's Clothing Industry 
Motion Picture Industry 
Motor Vehicle Retailing Trade 
Needlework Industry of Puerto Rico 
Painting and Paperhanging Industry 
Photo Engraving Industry 
Plumbing Contracting Industry 
Retail Lumber Industry 
Retail Trade Industry 
Retail Tire and Battery Trade Industry 
Rubber Manufacturing Industry 
Rubber Tire Manufacturing Industry 
Shipbuilding Industry 
Silk Textile Industry 
Structural Clay Products Industry 
Throwing Industry 
Trucking Industry 
Waste Materials Industry 
Wholesale and Retail Food Industry 
Wholesale Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Indus- 
try 
Wool Textile Industry 



THE STATISTICAL MATERIALS SERIES 



This series is supplementary to the Evidence Studies Series. The reports include data 
on establishments, firms, employment. Payrolls, wages, hours, production capacities, ship- 
ments, sales, consumption, stocks, prices, material costs, failures, exports and imports. 
Thoy also include notes on the principal qualifications that should be observed in using the 
dat? the technical methods employed, and the applicability of the material to the study of 
the industries concerned. The following numbers appear in the series: 
9768—5. 



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Asphalt Shingle and Roofing Industry Fertilizer Industry 

Business Furniture Funeral Supply Industry 

Candy Manufacturing Industry Glass Container Industry 

Carpet and Rug Industry Ice Manufacturing Industry 

Cement Industry Knitted Outerwear Industry 

Cleaning and Dyeing Trade Paint, Varnish, and Lacquer, Mfg. Industry 

Coffee Industry Plumbing Fixtures Industry 

Copper and Brass Mill Products Industry Rayon and Synthetic Yarn Producing Industry 

Cotton Textile Industry Salt Producing Industry 

Electrical Manufacturing Industry 

THE COVERAGE 

'^he original, and appro\ec1, plan of the Division of Review contemplated resources suf- 
ficient (a) to prepare some 1200 histories of codes and NRA units or agencies, (b) to con- 
solidiite and index the NRA files containing some 40,000,000 pieces, (c) to engage in ex- 
tensi\:e field work, (d) to secure much aid from established statistical agencies of govern- 
ment, (e) to assemble a considerable number of experts in various fields, (f) to conduct 
approximately 25% more studies than are listed above, and (g) to prepare a comprehensive 
summary report. 

Because of reductions made in personnel and in use of outside experts, limitation of 
access to field work and research agencies, and lack of jurisdiction over files, the pro- 
jected plan was necessarily curtailed. The most serious curtailments were the omission of 
the comprehensive summary report; the dropping of certain studies and the reduction in the 
coverage of other studies; and the abandonment of the consolidation and indexing of the 
files. Fortunately, there is reason to hope that the files may yet be cared for under other 
auspices. 

NotwithstaAding these limitations, if the files are ultimately consolidated and in- 
dexed the exploration of the NRA materials will have been sufficient to make them accessible 
and highly useful. They constitute the largest and richest single body of information 
concerning the problems and operations of industry ever assembled in any nation. 

L. C. Marshall, 
Director, Division of Review. 
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