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1930 Census Unemployment Schedule

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Re: 1930 Census Unemployment Schedule

Posted: 16 Feb 2013 4:39PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thank you. I found the answer which I will put here for posterity -- the "no" in the at-work column simply means they weren't at work the last working day and then the census taker fills out an unemployment schedule to get the details. They may have been out sick, on strike or what have you. There's no telling.
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tschoeme 18 Jan 2012 9:44PM GMT 
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