(NOTE.The Roman numerals refer to the XXIII orders into which occupations are classified for the purposes of the census.)
|Occupational groups.||1901||1911||Occupational groups.||1901||1911|
|I. and II. General or Local |
Defence of the Country.
|77||105*||XIV. Brick, Cement, Pottery, and Glass.||523||612|
|III. Professional Occupations and |
their subordinate services.
|8,537||9,010||XV. Chemicals, Oil, Grease, Soap, etc.||1,437||1,663|
|Clerical||961||1,298||XV. Skins, Leather, Hair and |
|Musicians||1,936||1,715||XVII. Paper, Prints, Books, and |
|Actors||377||688||XVIII. Textile Fabrics||1,818||2,651|
|IV. Domestic Offices or Services†||13,386||19,551||Drapers, Linen Drapers||756||904|
| Domestic Indoor Servants |
(not in Hotels, etc.).
|2,558||1,750||Other Dealers in Textile Fabrics||478||1,090|
| Waiters, etc. (including Domes- |
tic Servants) in Hotels, etc.†
|Cooks (not domestic)||2,253||3,561||Tailors||19,856||22,640|
|V. Commercial Occupations||10,787||13,237||Boot, Shoe, SlipperMakers||5,126||3,825|
|Brokers, Agents, Factors||1,680||1,882||Hairdressers, Wig Makers||3,110||4,529|
|Commercial Clerks||5,195||6,171|| Hat and Cap Makers (not |
|Commercial Travellers||1,747||1,851||Other Workers||486||824|
|Bankers, Bank Clerks||773||1,563||Dealers||525||1,106|
|VI. Conveyance of Men, Goods and |
|19,786||18,111*||XX. Food, Tobacco, Drink and |
|Seamen||16,992||15,246||Butchers, Meat Salesmen||1,673||1,697|
|VII. Agriculture||1,136||1,232||Bread Biscuit, etc., Makers||2,944||2,686|
|VIII. Fishing||169||328||Bakers, Confectioners (Dealers)||1,526||2,158|
|IX. Mines and Quarries||908||1,277||Tobacco Manufacture||1,046||1,054|
|X. Metals, Machines, Implements, |
|4,458||6,027||XXI. Gas, water, ElectricitySupply, |
and Sanitary Service.
| Engineering and Machine |
|1,753||1,975||XXII. Other, General, and Undefined |
Workers and Dealers.
|XL. Precious Metals, Jewels, Watches, |
|2,678||2,776|| Costermongers, Hawkers, Street |
| Watch and Clock Makers, |
Jewellers; and Dealers.
|2,009||1,954||XXIII. Without Specified Occupations |
|XII. Building and Works of Construc- |
|3,672||3,093||Retired and Pensioners||1,030||2,677|
|XIII. Wood, Furniture, Fittings, |
|Cabinet Makers||4,600||4,468|| Others aged 10 years and |
upwards (including scholars
|III. Professional Occupations and |
their subordinate services
|Nuns and Sisters of Charity||702||2,024|| Hat and Cap Makers (not |
|Sick Nurses and Midwives||545||809||Milliners||274||610|
|Actresses||280||451||Shirt Makers, Seamstresses||460||547|
|IV. Domestic Offices or Services†||13,914||14,042||XX. Food, Tobacco, Drink, and |
| Domestic Indoor Servants (not |
|12,171||10,827||Bakers, Confectioners (Dealers)||245||699|
| Domestic and other Servants |
|Laundry and Washing Service||570||522||Lodging House Keepers||266||674|
|V. Commercial Occupations||319||947||Other occupational orders (I.-XXII, |
except those specified above)
|Commercial Clerks||248||778|| Costermongers, Hawkers, Street |
|XVI. Skins, Leather, Hair and |
|289||726||XXIII. Without Specified Occupations |
|Furriers, Skinners||244||640||Retired and Pensioners||193||540|
|XVIII. Textile Fabrics||518||1,003||Private Means||2,664||3,520|
|Drapers, Linen Drapers||175||482|| Others aged 10 years and up- |
wards (including scholars
*The figures for Orders I. and II. in 1911 include 8 Telegraph, Telephone Operators in Government Service; in 1901 such persons were included in Order VI.
†For purposes of comparison, Domestic Servants in Hotels, etc. (Order IV.) are grouped with Waiters and Others in Hotel etc., Service (Order XX.), and are included in the former order.
‡The figures for Order XXII in 1911 include 59 persona employed in "Advertising"; in 1901 such persons were included in Order XVII.