1951 Census of England and Wales, County Report (Sample Report Title: Census 1951: England and Wales: County Report: Nottinghamshire), Table 27: " Social Class distribution of Occupied and Retired Males aged 15 and over for AC, MB, UD, RD".
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Total Males (Occupied and Retired) aged 15 and over.
Number of males aged 15 and over in Social Class 1 (Professional, etc Occupations).
Number of males aged 15 and over in Social Class 2 (Intermediate Occupations).
Number of males aged 15 and over in Social Class 3 (Skilled Occupations).
Number of males aged 15 and over in Social Class 4 (Partly Skilled Occupations).
|Derbyshire AdmC Total||301,046||6,306||36,433||158,168||65,498|
|Clay Cross UD||3,271||35||271||1,592||995|
|Long Eaton UD||10,190||152||1,072||6,303||1,515|
|New Mills UD||3,036||64||417||1,387||562|
|Whaley Bridge UD||1,920||59||353||857||403|
|Chapel En le Frith RD||6,976||215||1,432||2,721||1,604|
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