Women, work and the demographic transition in the Netherlands, 1880–1960
List of Tables
Table 2.1: Population size and marital fertility in four cities, births 1908–1911 and 1959–1961
Table 2.2: Male and female workforce in the four cities, 1899 and 1930
Table 2.3: Female labour force participation rates in four cities, 1899 and 1930
Table 2.4: Number of individual life courses used in this study
Table 3.1: Percentage of women without a registered occupation by town and birth cohort
Table 3.2: Percentage of women with two occupational entries who remained in the same occupation, by birth cohort
Table 4.1: Mean age at first marriage of women, by social class of the bride’s father, by birth cohort and town
Table 4.2: Mean age at first marriage by female occupational group, by birth cohort and town
Table 4.3: The percentage of premarital conceptions as a proportion of all first births, by father’s social group and two birth cohorts of women
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