1931 Census of England and Wales, Occupation Tables, Table 17 : " Occupations (condensed list) of Males and Females, showing also the total Operatives and the total Out of Work".

List Essex AdmC Woodford UD  
Occupation Persons
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MALES: Total, all ages. 11,202 Show data context
Total, aged 14 years and over. 8,371 Show data context
I-XXXI Occupied, 14 years and over. 7,302 Show data context
Operatives (in work). 5,554 Show data context
Out of work (all classes). 399 Show data context
XXXII Unoccupied and retired, 14 years and over. 1,069 Show data context
I Fishermen. 0 Show data context
II Agricultural occupations. 251 Show data context
  011 Farmers. 6 Show data context
  013, 030 Gardeners and their labourers. 210 Show data context
  020-3 Agricultural labourers. 27 Show data context
III Mining and quarrying occupations. 12 Show data context
IV Makers of coal, gas, lime, etc. 6 Show data context
V Makers of bricks, pottery, glass. 30 Show data context
VI Workers in chemicals, paints, etc. 34 Show data context
VII Metal workers. 471 Show data context
  150-9 Foundry workers (excluding employers, managers and foremen). 4 Show data context
  160 Smiths, etc. (excluding employers, managers and foremen). 14 Show data context
  170 Metal machinists (excluding employers, managers and foremen). 17 Show data context
  180-9 Fitters, mechanical engineers, etc. (excluding employers, managers and foremen). 220 Show data context
VIII Workers in precious metals. 7 Show data context
IX Electrical apparatus makers, fitters. 91 Show data context
X Makers of watches, clocks, etc. 18 Show data context
XI Workers in skins; leather goods makers. 14 Show data context
XII Textile workers. 10 Show data context
XIII Makers of textile goods and articles of dress. 121 Show data context
  344 Tailors (excluding employers, managers and foremen). 14 Show data context
  352-6 Boot, shoe and clog makers (excluding employers, managers and foremen). 52 Show data context
XIV (1) Makers of foods. 60 Show data context
XIV (2,3) Makers of drinks. 12 Show data context
XIV (4) Makers of tobacco. 3 Show data context
XV Workers in wood and furniture. 222 Show data context
  414 Carpenters (excluding employers, managers and foremen). 119 Show data context
  424, 5 Wood carvers and turners (excluding employers, managers and foremen). 24 Show data context
XVI Paper workers, bookbinders, etc. 12 Show data context
XVII Printers and photographers. 114 Show data context
XVIII Builders, bricklayers, etc. 417 Show data context
  484, 490 Bricklayers and masons (excluding employers, managers and foremen). 69 Show data context
XIX Painters and decorators, etc. 200 Show data context
XX-XXI Workers in miscellaneous materials. 65 Show data context
XXII (1) Railway transport workers. 130 Show data context
XXII (2) Road transport workers. 354 Show data context
XXII (3, 4) Water and other transport workers. 275 Show data context
  658-9 Messengers and porters. 120 Show data context
XXIII Commercial and financial occupations. 1,373 Show data context
  670-85 Proprietors and managers of retail businesses. 293 Show data context
  700-716 Shop assistants in retail businesses. 255 Show data context
XXIV Public administration and defence. 184 Show data context
XXV Professional occupations. 496 Show data context
  800-1 Teachers. 119 Show data context
XXVI Persons professionally engaged in entertainments, etc. 36 Show data context
XXVII Persons engaged in personal service. 240 Show data context
XXVIII Clerks, draughtsmen, typists. 1,369 Show data context
XXIX Warehousemen, packers. 111 Show data context
XXX Stationary engine drivers, etc. 40 Show data context
XXXI Other and undefined workers. 524 Show data context
  920-930 General and undefined labourers. 292 Show data context
  940 Unskilled workers in factories, works, etc. 129 Show data context
FEMALES: Total, all ages. 12,744 Show data context
Total, aged 14 years and over. 10,610 Show data context
I-XXXI Occupied, 14 years and over. 3,692 Show data context
  Operatives (in work). 3,293 Show data context
  Out of work (all classes). 145 Show data context
XXXII Unoccupied and retired, 14 years and over. 6,918 Show data context
I to XI Total of orders I to XI. 34 Show data context
II Agricultural occupations (010-039). 8 Show data context
V Makers of bricks, pottery, glass (090-108). 3 Show data context
VI Workers in chemicals and paints, etc. (110-128). 2 Show data context
VII Metal workers (130-238). 8 Show data context
IX Electrical apparatus makers, fitters (250-269). 4 Show data context
XI Workers in skins; leather goods makers (280-298). 3 Show data context
XII Textile workers. 2 Show data context
XIII Makers of textile goods and articles of dress. 201 Show data context
  344 Tailoresses (excluding employers, managers and foremen). 13 Show data context
  345 Dress and blouse makers (excluding employers, managers and foremen). 85 Show data context
  347-8, 360-8 Embroiderers, milliners, sewers, etc. (excluding employers, managers and foremen). 78 Show data context
XIV Makers of foods, drinks, tobacco. 4 Show data context
  370-8 Makers of foods. 2 Show data context
XV Workers in wood and furniture. 7 Show data context
XVI Paper workers, bookbinders. 6 Show data context
XVII Printers and photographers. 14 Show data context
XVIII-XXI Total of orders XVIII to XXI (builders, painters and decorators, other and mixed products). 35 Show data context
XXII Transport workers. 59 Show data context
  654-6 Telegraph and telephone operators (excluding employers, managers and foremen). 49 Show data context
XXIII Commercial and financial occupations. 358 Show data context
  670-85 Proprietors and managers of retail businesses. 73 Show data context
  700-716 Shop assistants in retail businesses. 254 Show data context
XXIV Public administration and defence. 2 Show data context
XXV Professional occupations. 459 Show data context
  790-99 Midwives, nurses, etc. 182 Show data context
  800-1 Teachers. 224 Show data context
XXVI Persons professionally engaged in entertainments, etc. 11 Show data context
XXVII Persons engaged in personal service. 1,594 Show data context
  850 Domestic servants. 1,287 Show data context
  862 Lodging and boarding house keepers. 18 Show data context
  864-5 Innkeepers, barmaids, etc. 21 Show data context
  866 Waiters/Waitresses. 24 Show data context
  870 Laundry workers. 75 Show data context
  874 Charwomen. 45 Show data context
XXVIII Clerks, typists, etc. 844 Show data context
XXIX Warehousewomen, packers. 25 Show data context
XXX-XXI Total of orders XXX and XXXI (Stationary engine drivers, other and undefined workers). 37 Show data context
  940 Unskilled workers in factories, works, etc. 24 Show data context

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