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346



New York State Department of Labor.

Table IT. — Employment and BamingE ef Organised Wage Werkers:



Industry, Trade and Locality



Sex



Idlsness Throuoh-
out Quarter



Num-
ber re-
ported
as to
idle-



Num-
ber
idle



Per

cent
idle



Num-
ber em-
ployed

but

time

not

re-
ported



Number Em
and Time Re



Total



1-29
days



30-59
days



I. BUILDING, STONE



fa) Stone Working — Concluded.

Stone Cutters — Concluded:

Gouvcrneur

Jamestown

New York, Brooklyn

New York, Manhattan-Brooklyn. . .

Niagara Falls

Rochester

Schenectady

Syracuse

Ltica

Yonkers

Total

Total — Stone Working



(b) Building and Paring Trades.

Blasting Foremen:

New York, Bronx

Bricklayers and Masons:

Albany

Albion

Amsterdam

Auburn

Batavia

Binghamton

Brockport

Buffalo

Canandaigua

Cohoes

Corning

Cortland

Elmira

Fishkill-on-Hudson

Fulton

Geneva

Glens Falls

Herkimer

Highland Falls

Hornell

Hudson

Ithaca

Jamestown

Kingston

Little Falls

Lockport

Mechanicville

Middletown

Mount Morris

Mount Vernon

New Roche lie

New York, Bronx

New York, Brooklyn

New York, Manhattan

New York, Queens

New York, Richmond

Newburgh

Niagara Falls .•

North Tonawanda

Norwich



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Repobt of Bubeatt of Labob Statistics, 1912 — Tables. 347

(b) Third Quarter (July, August mad September), 1912 — Continued.



PLOYED
PORTED


Days Employed


Earnings


XMPLOTSD —


Aggre-
gate


Per
capita


Aggregate


AVERAGE


NUMBER WHO EARNED


60-79
days


80
days

or
more


Per
day


For
3 mos.


Less
than
$75


$75 to
$149


$150 to
$224


$225 or
more



WORKING, ETC.— Continued.



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TaMe H






Sex


Idleness Through-
out Quarter


Num-
ber em-
ployed

but

time

not

re-
ported


Numbb Em
and Tim R*




Num-
ber re-
ported
as to
idle-
ness


Num-
ber
idle


Per

cent
idle


Total


HUMBES


Industry, Tbadb and Locality


1-29
days


30-59
days



I. BUILDING, STTONS



(b) Building and Paying Trades — Continued

Bricklayers and Masons — Concluded:

Nyack

Ogdensburg

Olean

Oneida

Oneonta

Ossining

Oswego

Peekskill

Penn Yan

Plattsburg

Port Chester

Port Jervis

Poughkeepsie

Rochester

Rome

Salamanca

Saratoga Springs

Schenectady

Sloatsburg

Syracuse

Tarry town

Troy

Utica

Watertown

White Plains

Yonkers

Total

Caisson and Foundation Workers:

New York, Manhattan

Carpenters and Joiners:

Addison

Albany

Albion

Amsterdam

Auburn

A usable Forks

Babylon

Baldwinsville

Ballston Spa

Batavia

Bath

Binghamton

Brockport

Buffalo

Canandaigua

Chatham

Clayton

Clinton

Cohoes

Cold Spring

Corinth-Palmer

Corning

Cornwall

Cortland

Depew-Lancaster

Dobbs Ferry

Dolgevillo

Dunkirk

Elmira



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59

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71

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183

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50

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230








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(b) Third Quarter (Jmly, August and September), 1912 — Coattnned.



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POSTED


Datb Employed


Earnings


EMPLOYED


Aggre-
gate


Per
capita


Aggregate


AVERAGE


NUMBER WHO EARNED


60-79
days


80
days

or
more


Per
day


For
3 mos.


Less
than
$75


$75 to
$149


$150 to
$224


$225 or
more



WORKING, ETC.— Continued.



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208



142



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24
26

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57

232



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250

50

43

230



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3,750
3,879
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1,975
3,784
6,545
2,800
510
2,115

14,664

832

8,520

45,864
4.620
1,6
3.018

11,402
4,851

13,920
7.727

12.461

17,625
3,500
5,400

14,950



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New York State Department of Labor.



TaMa IV.—



•ad Earrings of Organised Wage Warka ra



Industry-, Trade and Locality



Sex



Idlsnbss Thmouoh-
oct quastxb



Num-
ber re-
ported
aa to
idle-



Num-
ber
idle



Per
oent
idle



Num-
ber em-
ployed
but
time
not
re-
ported



Numbkb Em
and Time Ra



Total



1-29
daya



30-50
daya



I. BUILDING, STONE



(a) Bonding and Paring Tradee— Continaed

Carpenters and Joiners — Continued:

Endicott

Fishkill-on-Hudson

Fort Edward

Freeport

Fulton

Geneva

Glen Cove

Glens Falls

Gloversville

Great Neck

Hastings-on-Hudson

Hempstead

Herkimer

Holley

Hoosick Falls

Hornell

Hudson

Hudson Falls

Huntington

Ilion

Irvington

Islip

Ithaca

Jamestown

Johnstown

Lake Placid

Lindenhurst

little Falls

Lockport

Lynbrook

Malone

Mamaroneck

Mechonicville

Middletown

Millbrook

Millerton

Mount Kisco

Mount Morris

Mount Vernon

New Rochelle

New York, Bronx

New York, Brooklyn

New York, Manhattan

New York, Queens

New York, Richmond

Newburgh

Niagara Falls

North Tonawanda

Norwich

Nyack

Ogdensburg

Oleon

Oneida

Oneonta

Ossining

Oswego

Patchogue

Pcekskfll

Perry

Plattsbur^

Pleasantville

Port Chester



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Report op Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1912 — Tables. 351

(b) Third Quarter (July, Angus* and September), 1912 — Continued.



PLOYED
POBTBD


Days Employed


Earnings


Elf PLOTBD —


Aggre-
gate


Per
capita


Aggregate


AVBBAOB


NUMBER WHO BARKED


60-79
days


80
days

or
more


Per
day


For
3 mos.


Less
than
$76


$75 to
$149


$150 to
$224


$225 or
more



WORKING, ETC.— Continued.



22

32

17

21

59

89

215

210

110

90

45

86

96

10

10

47

50

36

120

52

50

116

118

270

69

79

41

60

132

40

30

20

44



37

19

62

13

283

277

1,230

2,500

4,610

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434

198

260

123

80

104

90

50

75

10

114

171

50

116

13

102

75

161



10



190



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7

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19

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7

32

13

14

28

24

55

15

16

9

13

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12

5

5

10

49

7

3

15

2

76

102

454

1,148

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400 00
725 00

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543 54
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447 50
814 74
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590 00
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312 20
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480 00
164 00

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New York State Department of Labor.



Table IV.— 1



Industry, Trade and Locality



Sex



Idleness Through-
out Quarter



Num-
ber re-
ported
as to
idle-



Num-
ber
idle



Per
cent
idle



Num-
ber em-
ployed
but
time
not
re-
ported



NumbbsBm

and Tim R«



Total



1-29
days



days



L BUILDING, STONE



(b) Building and Paving Trades — Continued.

Carpenters and Joiners — Concluded:

Port Jefferson

Port Jervis

Port Washington

Poughkeopsie

Richfield Springs

Rochester

Rome

Rye

St. Johnsville

Salamanca

Saranac Lake

Saratoga Springs

Sayville

Schenectady

Seneca Falls

Silver Springs

Skaneateles

Sloatsburg

Smithtown

Spencorport

Suffern

Syracuse

Tarry town

Ticonderoga

Troy

Tupper Lake

Utica

Warwick

Watertown

Wellsville

White Plains

Whitesboro

Yonkers

Total

Cement Masons:

Auburn

Buffalo

Geneva. /

New York, all Boroughs

Poughkeepsie

Syracuse

Total

Derrickmen and Riggers:

Albany

New York, Manhattan

Total

Drcdgemen, Steam Shovel Men, Etc.:

Buffalo

New York, Manhattan

Total

Electrical Workers:

Albany

Auburn

Bingham ton

Buffalo



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(b) TUrd Quarter (Jmly, August ud September), 1912 — Continued.



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gate


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than
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$149


$150 to
$224


$225 or
more



WORKING, ETC.— Continued.



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9,939 50

20,636 50

64,053 50

1,522 80

239,390 71

36,897 06

10,716 00

8,363 25

8,917 25

12,060 00

15,908 75

17,256 00

115,128 00

6,029 10

2,761 00

4,607 69

27,624 60

16,077 60

3,145 00

16,461 75

283,455 00

35,919 75

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New York State Department of Labor.



Table IV. — Enptoymmit and



ef Organised Wage W«fan:



Industby, Tsadb and Locautt



Sex



Idleness Thbouqh-
out QuabtEr



Num-
ber em-



Num-
ber re-
ported
as to
idle-



Num-
ber
idle



Per

cent
idle



ployed
but
time
not
re-
ported



Numbeb Em
and Time Ri



Total



1-29
days



30-50
days



I. BUILDING, STONE



(b) Baadimg aad Paving Trade* — Continued.

E leotrical Workers — Cc ncluded:

Dunkirk

Elmira

Glens Falls

Hornell

Ithaca

Jamestown

Kingston

Lockport

Midaletown

New York, Bronx

New York, Manhattan

Newark

Newburgh

Niagara Falls

Oswego

Rochester

Rome

Salamanca

Schenectady

Syracuse

Troy

Utica

Watertown

Yonkers

Total

Elevator Constructors:

Albany

Buffalo

New York, Manhattan

Rochester

Total

House Shorers and Movers:

New York Manhattan

Housesmitbs and Bridgemen:

Albany

Buffalo

New York, Brooklyn

New York, Manhattan

Niagara Falls

Rochester

Syracuse

Utica

Total

Insulators. Heat and Frost:

Buffalo

New York, Manhattan

Syracuse

Total

Lathers:

Albany

Binghamton

Buffalo

Jamestown



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(b) Third Quarter (July, August sad September), 1912 — Continued.



PLOTBD
POBTBD


Days Employed


Eabninos


BMPLOTBD —


Aggre-
gate


Per
capita


Aggregate


AVERAGE


NUMBKB WHO EABNBD —


60-79

days


80
days

or
more


Per
day


For
3 mos.


Lees
than
$75


$75 to
$149


$150 to
$224


$225 or
more



WORKING, ETC— Continued.



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33

49
6


1,615

1,339

5,317

612

793

4,909

231

2,849

1,156

3,561

263,977

1,570

1,155

2,193

1,698

29,429




$4,350 50
3,859 89

14,141 25
1,611 88
2.160 25

14,550 34

596 75

7,834 75



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