1911 Census of England and Wales, General Report with Appendices, Table 112: " Occupations of Foreigners, 1901 and 1911".

(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
MALES.     MALES—continued.    
I. and II. General or Local
  Government and
  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
  Feathers.
1,717 2,171
  Teaching 1,350 1,685   Furriers, Skinners 936 1,427
  Musicians 1,936 1,715 XVII. Paper, Prints, Books, and
  Stationery
1,170 1,270
  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.
7,856 12,811 XIX. Dress 30,449 34,407
  Cooks (not domestic) 2,253 3,561   Tailors 19,856 22,640
V. Commercial Occupations 10,787 13,237   Boot, Shoe, Slipper—Makers 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
    Straw)
1,346 1,483
  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
  Messages
19,786 18,111* XX. Food, Tobacco, Drink and
  Lodging
13,218 14,534
  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,
  and Conveyances.
4,458 6,027 XXI. Gas, water, Electricity—Supply,
  and Sanitary Service.
443 254
  Engineering and Machine
    Making.
1,753 1,975 XXII. Other, General, and Undefined
  Workers and Dealers.
8,356 6,375
XL. Precious Metals, Jewels, Watches,
  etc.
2,678 2,776   Costermongers, Hawkers, Street
    Sellers
4,435 3,045
  Watch and Clock Makers,
    Goldsmiths, Silversmiths,
    Jewellers; and Dealers.
2,009 1,954 XXIII. Without Specified Occupations
  or Unoccupied.
13,332 17,409
XII. Building and Works of Construc-
  tion.
3,672 3,093   Retired and Pensioners 1,030 2,677
XIII. Wood, Furniture, Fittings,
  and Decorations.
7,233 6,938   Private Means 1,669 1,627
  Cabinet Makers 4,600 4,468   Others aged 10 years and
    upwards (including scholars
    and students).
10,633 13,105
           
FEMALES.     FEMALES—continued.    
III. Professional Occupations and
  their subordinate services
5,707 8,828 XIX. Dress 9,224 11,572
  Nuns and Sisters of Charity 702 2,024   Hat and Cap Makers (not
    Straw)
667 702
  Sick Nurses and Midwives 545 809   Milliners 274 610
  Teaching 3,029 4,299   Tailors 4,930 5,188
  Musicians 504 513   Dressmakers 2,454 3,549
  Actresses 280 451   Shirt Makers, Seamstresses 460 547
IV. Domestic Offices or Services 13,914 14,042 XX. Food, Tobacco, Drink, and
  Lodging
1,706 3,903
  Domestic Indoor Servants (not
    in Hotels)
12,171 10,827   Bakers, Confectioners (Dealers) 245 699
  Domestic and other Servants
    (in Hotels)
508 1,616   Tobacco Manufacture 453 504
  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)
1,207 2,015
  Commercial Clerks 248 778   Costermongers, Hawkers, Street
    Sellers
290 451
XVI. Skins, Leather, Hair and
  Feathers.
289 726 XXIII. Without Specified Occupations
  or Unoccupied
57,328 69,458
  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
    and students)
54,471 65,398

*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.