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1985
Updating information for the year 1984 from the annual employment data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics in January 1985.
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1985
A special study by the Bureau of the Census revised estimates of the 1970 Census in the light of the 1980 Occupational Classification System. The results of this special study were used in the preparation of this Note to compare 1970 with 1980 for all artist occupations in terms of numbers of the labor forceand of men and women. Among...
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1985
Median earnings are compared for artists in each of the eleven occupations for 1969 and 1979, the reference years used in the 1970 and 1980 Censuses. The Note contains both actual dollar earnings and constant dollar earnings (adjusted for inflation) and compares median women artist earnings in each of the occupations with those of men in both 1969 and 1979.
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1984
Investigates how artists get work selected for exhibition and examines the relationship between exhibition and economic success of artists in America's smaller art-market cities.
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1984
An update for the year 1983 of annual employment data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics in January 1984. Also includes information on the revision of the Occupational Classification System, used for the first time by BLS in 1983.
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1984
Highlights of the studies conducted of the arts public in the South, using both data from a survey of the adult population in 13 states and an analysis of 3 separate surveys conducted by the Louis Harris and Associates organization which compare South and non-South. In addition, arts participation data is presented from the survey of public participation in the...
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1984
Two studies conducted in thirteen states provide data on southern leisure activities that reveal extraordinarily high involvement in choral and choir music and indicate that southern participation in arts-related activities will increase in the future.
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1983
An update of information contained in Research Division Note #1, providing both data for 1982 and certain revisions for 1979, 1980 and 1981.
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1983
Analysis of data from the 1980 Census of Population for the 60 largest Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas where 65% of the American artist labor force lived in 1980.
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1983
Analysis of data from the 1980 Census of Population comparing growth by women and minorities in the artist occupations for the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
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