|Annual Earnings, classified:|
Kansas, see Wage Statistics, Kansas.
Massachusetts, see Wage Statistics, Massachusetts.
New Jersey, see Wage Statistics, New Jersey.
Telephone Industry, see Telephone Industry.
|Average Wages: 1908-1910, 207-208.|
Adult males, 127.
Railroads, see Railroads.
|City Size, and wage rates, see Wages, geographical variation of, with city size.|
|Classified Annual Earnings, see Annual Earnings, classified.|
|Classified Weekly Earnings, see Weekly Earnings, classified.|
|Comparative Average Wages, 142-143.|
|Cost of Living, and wage statistics, 5, 7.|
|Department Stores, Illinois, wages of women in, 93-96.|
|Earnings, classified annually, see Annual Earnings, classified.|
|Earnings, classified weekly, see Weekly Earnings, classified.|
|Illinois, wages of women, in department stores, 93-96.|
| Kansas, annual earnings, see Wage Statistics, Kansas.|
Classified weekly earnings, see Wage Statistics, Kansas.
| Massachusetts, annual earnings, see Wage
Average wages, see Average Wages, Massachusetts.
Classified weekly earnings, see Wage Statistics, Massachusetts.
Wages in, summary, 58.
|Michigan, average wages, 121-122.|
|Milwaukee, telephone industry, wages in, 90-92.|
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Publication information: Book title: Wages in the United States, 1908-1910:A Study of State and Federal Wage Statistics. Contributors: Scott Nearing - Author. Publisher: Macmillan. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 1911. Page number: 217.
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