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CONCENTRATION OF ECONOMIC i'OYVER 143

Table 26. — Age, sex, and insurance of family members — 701 families

The members of the 701 families with industrial insurance only aie shown here classified according to present
age, sex, and insurance status. In addition for each group of insured persons, the table shows the insur-
ance in force, number of policies, annual premiums and per capita averages based thereon]



Present age


Number of insured
persons


Number of unin-
sured persons


Percent of persons
insured




Male


Female


Male


Female


Male


Female




15
56
90
117
145
190
300
254
37


36
75
110
122
167
193
271
244
41


12
14
28
41
46
49
50
38
14


10
10
18
30
44
53
45
37
25


55.56
80.00
76.27
74.05
75.92
79.50
85.71
86.99
72.55


78 26


60 to 69 -


88 24


50 to 59


85 94


40 to 49 1


80 26


30 to 39 ..-


79 15


20 to 29


78 46


10 to 19


85 76


2 to 9


86 83


Under 2


62 12






Total


1,204


1, 259


292


272


80.48


82 23








Number of policies


Amount of insur-
ance


Annual premiums


70 and over


37
102
172
205
260
344
415
335

41


76
177
240
187
257
304
402
306

47


$7, 840
27, 743
47,280
66,414
85, 614
91,719
99,697
57,167
2,196


$15, 223
30, 747
53, 136
52, 198
78, 035
77,940
90,355
57,202
2,544


$345
1,651
2,339
2,741
2,952
2,935
2,682
2,187
315


$794


60 to 69


1,723


50 to 59


2,544


40 to 49


2,191
2,811
2,706
2,475


30 to 39-.


20 to 29


10 to 19 ...■


2 to 9


2,232
397


Under 2






Total


1,911


1,996


485, 670


457, 380


18, 147


17,873








Average per insured person




Number of policies


Amount of insur-
ance


Annual premiums


70 and over


2.5


2.1
2.4
2.2
1.5
1.5
1.6
1.5
1.3
1.1


$523
495
525
568
590
483
332
225
59


$423
410
483
428
467
404
333
234
62


$23.00

29.48

25.99

23.43

20.36

15.45

8.94

8.61

8.51


$22.06


60 to 69


1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1


8
9
8
8
8
4
3
1


22.97


50 to 59 -


23.13


40 to 49


17.96


30 to 39 _


16.83


20 to 29


14.02


10 to 19


9.13


2to9


9.15


Under 2


9.68








Total..


1 fi


1.6


403


363


15.07


14.20











144



CONCENTRATION OF ECONOMIC POWER



Table 27 .—Percentage of family income paid for industrial premiums — 701 families

[The 701 families carrying industrial insurance only are classified according to percent of income paid for
insurance premiums. Separate distributions are shown for these families classified according to eco-
nomic and relief status]





Economic status: Average annual income per family member




Percent of income paid for
industrial premiums


Nonrelief families


Relief families


Grand
total
fami-
lies


Under
$300


$300 to
$599


$600
and
over


Total
fami-
lies


Under
$200


$200 to
$299


$300
and
over


Total
fami-
lies


30 and over


1






1


1






1


2


28 to 29.9












26 to 27.9




















24 to 25.9




















22 to 23.9


1






1


1






1


2


20 to 21.9.












18tol9.9._..










1






1


1


16 to 17.9


1
3
1
12
4
11
14
7
18
16
17
22
8
6
8






1
3

1
17
10
25
24
17
38
60
59
69
47
15
11






1


14 to 15.9






2

4

7

2

5

9

6

15

13

15

18

5

3

10


1

2

3

3

4

2

8

13

15

22

12

16

6

4


2

4
1

4

12
17
13
9
8
4


3

6

12

5

9

15

15

32

40

54

43

30

17

18


6


12 to 13.9






7


10 to 11.9.


4

5

9

9

9

15

35

30

39

20

6

2


1
1

5
1
1
5
9

12
8

19
3
1


29


9to9.9


15


8to8.9..._


34


7to7.9


39


6to6.9 :


32


5to5.9


70


4 to 4.9.


100


3 to 3.9


113


2to2.9


112


1 to 1.9...


77


0.1 to 0.9


32




29






Total


150


183


66


399


117


111


74


302


701







Table 28.



-Industrial premiums on breadwinners and on dependent children-
families



-701



[The 701 families with industrial insurance only are classified according to the percent of their total
premiums paid for insurance: (a) On all breadwinners and (6) on dependents under 16 years of age.
Nonrelief and relief families are shown separately and in each class families are grouped according to
economic status]

NONRELIEF FAMILIES







Economic status: Average annua


income per family member






Un-
der
$100


$100

to

$199


$200

to

$299


$300

to

$399


$400

to

$499


$500

to
$599


$600

to

$699


$700

to

$799


$800

to

$899


$900

to
$999


$1,000
and
over


Total


Percent of premiums
paid on all bread-
winners:
100....


3




6


5


6


5
1

2
3
2
9
4
2
3


6


2


4




9


46


90 to 99


1


80 to 89


1
1


1
5
7

13
6
3
2

10


2
5
7
7
10
18
9
6


3

4
4
11
15
17
9
6


1

4
8
11

2
2
2


2
4
2
1
2
3
1
1


1
2
1
2
3
2
1






1
1
1


11


70 to 79






23


60 to 69


2




29


50 to 59




39


40 to 49










53


30 to 39




1


1


1


60


20 to 29..


2


34


10 to 19 .


21


1 to 9










1


3




1


25


21


8


6


5


1




2


79






Total


8


47


95


95


51


37


27


15


7


3


14


399



CONCENTRATION OF ECONOMIC TOWER 145

Table 28. — Industrial premiums on breadwinners and on dependent children — 701

families — Continued

NONRELIEF FAMILIES-Continued





Economic status: Average annua!


income per family member






Un-
der

$100


$100

to

$199


$200
to

$299


$300

to
$399


$400

to

$499


$500

to

$599


$600

to

$699


$700

to
$799


$800

to

$899


$900

to

$999


$1,000
and
over


Total


Percent of premiums
paid on dependents
under 16 years:

100...




1


9


7


3


3


2


1








26


90 to 99












80 to 89




1
3

4
5
7
6
5
2


2
1
4
7
5

12
9

12
3

31


1

1

2

5

8

11

10

14

4

32
















4


70 to 79


1
















6


60 to 69


1
3
3
2
4
8
2
25














11


50 to 59


1


2
1
5
1
3
1
21












23


40 to 49












24


30 to 39




2
1
1
1
20










38


20 to 29


1










31


10 to 19










40


1 to9












11




5


13


14


7


3


14


185






Total


8


47


95


95


51


37


27


15


7


3


14


399







RELIEF FAMILIES



Percent of premiums
paid on all bread-
winners:
100


1


6


2


2


1
1
1

1
2

4


2


2


4








20


90 to 99








1


80 to 89




2
2
1*

7
13
16
19
7
3
36


2
1

7
8
10
13
9
1
1
57


1
1
3
2
6
2
1
3
12


2

2
1
1
2
1












7


70 to 79














6


60 to 69








1






11


50 to 59. . . .




1








21


40 to 49












29


30 to 39














40


20 to 29... .














30


10 to 19


2
















11


1 to 9
















7




2


9


2




1








119












Total.


5


112


111


33


19


213


3


5


1






302










Percent of premiums
paid on dependents
under 16 years:
100




9


13
1


















22


90 to 99




1
















2


80 to 89




2
4
2
12
16
18
10
8
4
27
















2


70 to 79




1
4
9

10
9

12

13
3

36


















5


60 to 69


1


















7


50 to 59 .


















21


40 to 49




1
3
















27


30 to 39


















30


20 to 29






1












23


10 to 19




2


2












25


1 to 9
















7




4


26


17


12


3


5


1






131










Total


5


112


111


33


19


13


3


5


1






332











J46 CONCENTRATION OF ECONOMIC POWER

Table 29. — Insurance on breadwinners and others — 701 families

[The 701 families with industrial insurance only are shown here grouped according to the number of depend-
ent family members. In each group there is presented the data which show the relative importance of
the insurance on various types of breadwinners and other persons in the family]





Number of—


Insurance
in force




Families according to number of dependents


Fami-
lies


Unin-
sured
persons


Insured
persons


Policies


Annual
premiums


Families with no dependents:

Chief breadwinner earning 50 percent and


44
11


3
2


41
9

1

20
23


78

24

3

41
39


$10, 749

5,520

660

10, 151
8,389


$925. 52


Chief breadwinner earning less than 60 per-


151.24


Other breadwinners earning 50 percent and


46.25


Other breadwinners earning less than 50 per-




4
4


360.41






244.24








Total


55


13


94


185


44,469


1, 727. 66






Families with 1 dependent:

Chief breadwinner earning 50 percent and


114

7


18
1


96

6

1

33
153


212

12

1

67
303


55, 108

3,645

265

15, 832
68, 627


2,201.93


Chief breadwinner earning less than 50 per-


114.60


Other breadwinners earning 50 percent and


11.00


Other breadwinners earning less than 50 per-




6
18


550.98






2, 905. 04








Total


121


43


289


595


143. 477


5, 783. 55






Families with 2 dependents:

Chief breadwinner earning 50 percent and over.
Chief breadwinner earning less than 50 percent.
Other breadwinners earning 50 percent and


117
7


34
4


83
3


157
5


49, 709
1,417


1, 939. 80
45.90


Other breadwinners earning less than 50 per-


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