2 edition of Wages in the rayon industry, May 1944. found in the catalog.
Wages in the rayon industry, May 1944.
United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
At head of title: U. S. Dept. of Labor. Frances Perkins, secretary. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Isador Lubin, commissioner (on leave). A. F. Hinrichs, acting commissioner.
|Series||Bulletin / United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics -- no. 806, Bulletin of the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics -- no. 806.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 17 p.|
|Number of Pages||17|
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Bureau of Labor Statistics,; United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Division of Wage Analysis.;]. Prices and Wages by Decade: Rayon industry wages, Review of industry, earnings of factory workers, going job rates, trends. Retailer's Bulletin #28, May Wartime family living / Rural family living - Articles in this newsletter mostly focus on the change in prices due to the war.
The actual prices of food Author: Marie Concannon. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Saved in: History of wages in the United States from colonial times to Revision of bulletin no.
with supplement, (page ) Published: () Wages in Wages in the rayon industry rayon industry, May Published: (). Compares pre- and post-WWI wages, union rates, farm wage rates, hours of work, and average weekly earnings by industry. Compares the years with Wage chronologies for selected major companies.
Lists of monitored changes in wage rates in selected U.S. companies such as General Motors and Chrysler Corp. Covers the late s Author: Marie Concannon. Historical Note. The New Bedford Rayon Company was established in June as an offshoot of Delaware Rayon Company of New Castle, Delaware.
Formed to meet a growing demand for rayon fiber on the part of New England textile manufacturers, the company commenced operations one year later in what had been the buildings of Manomet Mills at New Bedford, Mass.
business and industry In May,the first Fairchild AT gunner training plane was completed for the U. Air Force, and between that date and the fall ofwhen operations were suspended, the plant assembly line turned out more than a hundred aircraft.
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The industry did not really recover from the effects of the Great Wages in the rayon industry until after the war ended in The postwar housing boom led Washington lumber companies to increase their harvests from billion board feet in to 5 billion board feet in The background to the strike.
The textile industry, once concentrated in New England with outposts in New Jersey and Philadelphia, had started moving South in the Southern mills produced more than seventy percent of cotton and woolen textiles in more modern mills, drawing on the pool of dispossessed farmers and laborers willing to work for roughly forty percent less than their.
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The Price Books (Account Books series) and Memorandum Books include production and marketing statistics for Erwin Mills as well as management's memoranda about the statistics and the overall industry. Names of mill workers can be found in files for notes receivable, mill house sales, accidents, employee accidents, profit sharing, and elsewhere.
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The collection is arranged in six series. Wages rose from $/hour in to $/hour in and there were gains from overtime work, but taxes and "voluntary" bond allotments drove some of these wage gains down.
At the height of the war, however, corporate profits, after taxes and in constant dollars were up more than percent (vice labor's 21 percent gain).
The rayon industry is still operating all its “war-time” facilities at full tilt, and if demand is any criterion, capa city operations will continue in the indefinite future. In addition, new important rayon producing units are pro- Continued on insert sheet BUSINESS INDEXES—FIFTH FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT Average Daily = Clover added 26 megawatts to the grid.
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Book 4, notes from rationing literature and clippings, 4. Book 5, re textiles: appraisal, statistics, and increase in unit price, unpublished, 5. Rayon textiles, production statistics, 6. HATS, WOMEN'SHats are head coverings with a crown and usually a brim.
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There are expansions and contractions of output in one industry or another for which we have only annual figures on production and labor cost per unit The ratio of total wages and salaries in manu- in manufacturing rose from $in to $ in ;therefore, an Production and Labor Cost per Unit of Product.
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