Now Hiring: The Feminization of Work in the United States, 1900-1995

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Tables
1.1 Work Rates by Natality or Race and Marital Status, 190015
1.2 Female Occupational Sectors by Race and Nativity, 190016
1.3 Female Immigrants to the United States, 1900-198819
3.1 Women in Selected White-Collar Occupations, 1900-193063
3.2 Native-born White, Foreign-born White, and African American Women by Occupational Sector, 1910-3065
4.1 Black and White Women by Occupation, 1930 and 1940109
4.2 Occupational Distribution of Working Women Ages Fourteen Years and Older, 1900-1989113
6.1 Changes in Selected Occupations, 1940-60151
6.2 Selected Occupations of White and African American Women Employed in 1940,1950, and 1960154
7.1 Employed Women by Occupational Category, 1960 and 1970179
7.2 Occupational Distribution of Spanish-Origin and Non-Hispanic White, Black, Asian, and Pacific Island Women in the Labor Force, 1980191
7.3 Work Rates of Married Women by Ages of Children, 1960-89195
7.4 Age Distribution of Female Householders, 1890-1989197
8.1 Occupational Groupings of Employed Persons by Gender, 1980 and 1990211
8.2 Employed Women by Occupational Grouping and Race or Ethnicity, 1990213
8.3 Cents Earned by Women for Every Dollar Earned by Men, 1983-93221
9.1 U.S. Households and Wage Earning by Sex, 1890-1989225
9.2 Female-Headed Households, 1890-1990239
9.3 Median Income in Current Dollars of Families and Unrelated Individuals, 1947-89240

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