Socio-Economic Group (males only)

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Socio-Economic Groups 1961
SEG 1: Employers and managers - large establishments 32,950 Show data context
SEG 2: Employers and managers - small establishments 63,530 Show data context
SEG 3: Professional workers - self-employed 9,060 Show data context
SEG 4: Professional workers - employees 30,640 Show data context
SEG 5: Intermediate non-manual workers 44,590 Show data context
SEG 6: Junior non-manual workers 183,760 Show data context
SEG 7: Personal service workers 25,180 Show data context
SEG 8: Foremen and supervisors - manual 28,260 Show data context
SEG 9: Skilled manual workers 299,730 Show data context
SEG 10: Semi-skilled manual workers 146,910 Show data context
SEG 11: Unskilled manual workers 118,850 Show data context
SEG 12: Own account workers (other than professional) 42,690 Show data context
SEG 13: Farmers - employers and managers 230 Show data context
SEG 14: Farmers - own account 150 Show data context
SEG 15: Agricultural workers 920 Show data context
SEG 16: Members of armed forces 8,260 Show data context
SEG 17: Indefinite 26,160 Show data context
Date: Source:
1961 1961 Census of England and Wales, Occupations County Leaflets, Table 5 , 'Socio-economic Group (Numbers and Proportions) of Economically Active Males and Economically Inactive Males (stating an occupation)', for 'AC, LAA, County Aggregates, Con, NT (10% sample)'

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Occupational Data classified by Socio-Economic Group. This structure was used by the 1961 census.

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Date accessed: 17th October 2021