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Occupational Distribution of Employed Cuban Women by Class, 1899-1953
1899 1907 1919 1943 1953
White-Collar Jobs (Total)
2,401 6,388 11,079 61,352 79,674
Actress
18 26 66 366 95
Artist
53 104 86 13 372
Bookkeeper-Accountant
4 183 1,880
Hotel and Restaurant
4 4 366
Literary and Scientific Figures
4 2 74
Merchants
414 779
Musicians and Music Teachers
46 51
71 1,057 745
Nurses
284 576
727 657 3,286
Photographers
7 4
III
123
Saleswomen 36 554 235
Stenographers, Typists
6 134
1,253 7,084
Teachers, College Professors
1,502 3,832 5,122 16,780 34,845
Telephone and Telegraph Employees
5 55
321 392 9,040
Lawyers and Judges
2 6 391 533
Agents (Travel and Real Estate) 1
16
1,023
Architects 1 66 77
Dentists 5 11 152 352
Engineers
1 10 23 6
Newspaper Reporters and Writers 5 4 23 148
Medical Doctors and Surgeons 3 35 105 403
Bank Officials, Brokers, Landlords 144 31
Clerks and Copyists
884 901
Office Employees
740 680
7,956
Government Officials and Employees
1,274 4,050 5,043
Pharmacists
200 378 1,275
Surveyors and Appraisers
4
Optometrists
16
Sugar Chemists
1
Veterinarians
13
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