Hints from the Health Department. Leaflet from the archive of the Society of Medical Officers of Health. Credit: Wellcome Collection, London
[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Southall-Norwood]
Grouped Occupation of FEMALES aged 10 Years and upward; also proportion of Children of 10 Years and under 14 Years of age; and of Married or Widowed Women engaged in occupations, and proportion of Female Domestic Servants to separate Occupiers or Families, 1901.
|Females Aged 10 and under 14 Years.||Urban Districts.||Females Aged 10 Years and upwards.|
|Engaged in Occupations.||Proportion per cent. Engaged in Occupations to Total.||Total Occupied and Unoccupied.||XXIII. Retired or Unoccupied.||I.—XXII. Engaged in Occupations.||III. 4. Teaching.||IV. 1. Domestic Indoor Servants (not in Hotels, etc.)||IV. 3. Charwomen.||IV. 3. Laundry and Washing Service.||V. 2. Commercial or Business Clerks.||XV. Chemicals, Oil, Grease, Soap, etc.||XVII. Paper, Prints, Books & Stationery.||XIX. Tailoresses, Milliners, Dressmakers, Shirtmakers, Seamstresses.||XX. Food, Tobacco, Drink and Lodging.||All other Occupations.||Proportion per cent. of Married or Widowed engaged in Occupations.||Proportion per cent. of Domestic Servants to total number of Separate Occupiers or Families.|
|Unmarried.||Married or Widowed.|