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Wage-earning women and the industrial conditions of 1930
|Statement||by Caroline Manning and Arcadia N. Phillips.|
|Series||Bulletin of the [U. S.] Women"s bureau,, no. 92|
|Contributions||Phillips, Arcadia Dowdell Near Mrs., 1901-|
|LC Classifications||HD6093 .A35 no. 92|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 84 p. incl. map, tables, diagrs., forms.|
|Number of Pages||84|
|LC Control Number||l 32000039|
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Between and when millions of American women entered the work force in factory, sales, and service jobs, alarmists feared family life was doomed. Professor Tentler (History, Univ. of Michigan, Dearborn) studies those new wage earners to find out how working changed family living.
She concludes that for the most part it didn't. Paid less than a living wage, women. OCLC Number: Notes: "South Bend, Ind., and its close neighbor Mishawaka were selected for this community survey"--Introduction. A second survey of the same community made in was issued in as Bulletin no.
of the Women's Bureau with the title: The effects of the depression on wage earners' families, by Harriet A. Byrne. New York: Oxford University Press, Hardcover first edition - Subtitled "Industrial work and family life in the United States, ," this is a study of how working conditions extended the circumscribed life of women rather than helped to overcome it.
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The scope of Alice Kessler-Harris’s book Out to Work: A History of Wage-Earning Women in the United States is quite large. It encompasses the period of time from the early settlements of seventeenth century America through the s. A brief epilogue was added which covered wage women’s experiences up to the 21st century/5.
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The Problems of Working Girls. In the second half of the nineteenth century, the rise of an industrial economy induced many women to join the work force: “[From] tothe female labor force increased from million to million.” 17 Joanne J. Meyerowitz, Women Adrift: Independent Wage Earners in Chicago, – (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Cited by: 3.
See for example, US Department of Labor, Women’s Bureau, Wage-Earning Women and the Industrial Conditions of A Survey of South Bend, Bulletin No. 92 (Washington, DC, ); Women Unemployed Seeking Relief inBulletin No.
(Washington, DC, Government Printing Office, ), Unattached Women on Relief in Chicago, (Washington Author: S. Kleinberg. The employment of women in the pineapple canneries of Hawaii () Women in Missouri industries:a study of hours and wages () Fluctuation of employment in the radio industry () Women in the fruit-growing and canning industries in the State of Washington () Wage-earning women and the industrial conditions of ().
An Overview - The Women’s Bureau was established in the U.S. Department of Labor on June 5,by Public Law No. The law gave the Bureau the duty to “formulate standards and policies which shall promote the welfare of wage-earning women, improve their working conditions, increase their efficiency, and advance their opportunities for profitable.
The following excerpt is from the Preface to Alice Henry's book, The Trade Union Woman (). Henry was a member of the Office Employees' Association of Chicago (a trade union) and former editor of the journal Life and are some of the major issues concerning working women and the need, from her point of view, to regulate their hours, wages, and working conditions?From championing better workplace conditions to cutting back the hour day to demanding equal pay across racial lines, these are just a few of the women who have contributed to the labor movement.
Also visit the And Still I Rise website that features Black women labor leaders. The Industrial Revolution, which occurred between andled to monumental changes in social and employment structures. For the poor class of the Industrial Revolution, bringing home the.