1911 Census of England and Wales, Census Returns of England and Wales, 1911, giving details of Areas, Houses, Families or separate occupiers, and Population:- Occupations and Industries, Part I, Table 15 A : " Grouped occupations of Males and Females aged 10 years and upwards, in Administrative Counties, County Boroughs, Metropolitan Boroughs, Urban Districts of which the population exceeded 5,000 persons, aggregates of other Urban Districts, and aggregates of Rural Districts; also proportion per 1,000 of unmarried, married, widowed, and of married and widowed women engaged in occupations, and proportion of female domestic servants to separate occupiers or families, 1911 - Males".

List London AdmC Camberwell MetB  
Occupation Males
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Total Occupied or Unoccupied. 96,623 Show data context
Retired or Unoccupied. 16,337 Show data context
Engaged in occupations (Orders I-XXII). 80,286 Show data context
I. General or Local Government. 3,478 Show data context
II. Defence of the Country. 227 Show data context
III. Professional Occupations and their Subordinate Services. 3,596 Show data context
IV. 2. Domestic Outdoor Service. 373 Show data context
IV. 1, 3. Domestic Indoor and Other Service. 1,479 Show data context
V. 1, 3, 4. Merchants, Agents, Accountants; Banking, etc.; Insurance. 3,845 Show data context
V. 2. Commercial or Business Clerks. 6,684 Show data context
VI. Conveyance of Men, Goods, and Messages: On Railways. 1,707 Show data context
VI. Conveyance of Men, Goods, and Messages: On Roads. 6,726 Show data context
VI. Conveyance of Men, Goods, and Messages: On Seas, Rivers, and Canals. 305 Show data context
VI. Conveyance of Men, Goods, and Messages: Dock Labourers, Wharf Labourers, Coalheavers; Coal--Porters, Labourers. 621 Show data context
VI. Conveyance of Men, Goods, and Messages: Messengers, Porters, Watchmen (not Railway or Government). 3,128 Show data context
VI. Conveyance of Men, Goods, and Messages: Others in Conveyance of Men, Goods, and Messages. 382 Show data context
VII. Agriculture - On Farms, Woods, and Gardens. 391 Show data context
IX. 1. Coal and Shale Mine - Workers (including Mine Service). 6 Show data context
IX. 1. Others working in and about, and in the products of, Mines and Quarries. 116 Show data context
X. 3. General Engineering, and Machine Making. 2,370 Show data context
X. 1, 2, 5-8. Iron, Steel, etc. Manufacture; Tools; Dies, etc.; Arms; Misc. Metal Trades. 1,193 Show data context
X. 4. Electrical Apparatus. 825 Show data context
X. 9. Ships and Boats. 35 Show data context
X. 10. Cycles, Coaches, and other Vehicles. 1,358 Show data context
XI. Precious Metals, Jewels, Watches, Instruments, and Games. 1,274 Show data context
XII. Building, and Works of Construction. 8,858 Show data context
XIII. Wood, Furniture, Fittings, and Decorations. 2,831 Show data context
XIV. 1. Brick, Plain Tile, Terra-Cotta - Makers. 6 Show data context
XIV. 1. Earthenware, China, Porcelain, Glass - Manufacture. 202 Show data context
XV. Chemicals, Explosives, Oil, Grease, Soap, etc. 1,186 Show data context
XVI. 1, 2. Skins, Leather, Saddlery, and Harness. 1,146 Show data context
XVII. 2. Printers and Lithographers. 4,046 Show data context
XVII. 1, 2. Others in Paper, Prints, Books, and Stationery (excluding Stationers, Booksellers, Publishers, Newspaper Agents, and other Dealers). 878 Show data context
XVIII. 1-5. Textile Manufactures. 131 Show data context
XVIII. 6. Textile Bleaching, Printing, Dyeing, etc. 91 Show data context
XIX. 1. Tailors. 674 Show data context
XIX. 1. Boot, Shoe, Slipper, Patten, Clog - Makers. 726 Show data context
XIX. 1. Other Workers in Dress. 1,003 Show data context
XVIII. 7. Drapers, Linen Drapers, Mercers. XIX. 1. Dealers in Dress. 1,589 Show data context
XX. Food, Tobacco, Drink, and Lodging. 8,934 Show data context
XXII. 5. General Labourers; Factory Labourers (undefined). 1,958 Show data context
All Other Occupations. 5,908 Show data context

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