Farmworkers, as reported by the Agricultural Census

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Scottish Agricultural Census Categories for Farmworkers in 1961 1961
Full-time: Male: 20 years and over 1,750 Show data context
Full-time: Male: 18 & under 20 years 129 Show data context
Full-time: Male: Under 18 years 96 Show data context
Full-time: Female all ages 104 Show data context
Part-time: Male 78 Show data context
Part-time: Female 98 Show data context
Casual and Seasonal Workers: Male 93 Show data context
Casual and Seasonal Workers: Female 96 Show data context
Date: Source:
1961 Department of Agriculture and Fisheries for Scotland, Scottish Agricultural Statistics (HM Stationery Office) ,


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In 1970, the Agricultural Census classified farmworkers into full- or part-time regular workers, 'seasonal and casual', or 'Farmers, partners and directors'; and then into men and women.

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Date accessed: 08th August 2022