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" ... and corresponds broadly with the concept of higher-level skills employed here, requiring a qualification at the standard of a university degree (Prais 1995). Although the key higher professions in the nineteenth century were in the Church, medicine,... "
Market Services and the Productivity Race, 1850–2000: British Performance in ... - Page 177
by Stephen Broadberry - 2006
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The Cambridge Economic History of Modern Britain, Volume 2

Roderick Floud, Paul Johnson - Business & Economics - 2003 - 572 pages
...law, the twentieth century has seen the growing importance of engineering, science and accounting. To measure the growth of the professions on a comparative...well as the higher professions, in panel B of Table 3.4. Although Britain started the period with a higher share of the occupied population in the professions,...
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The Economic Future in Historical Perspective, Volume 13

Paul A. David, Mark Thomas - Business & Economics - 2006 - 544 pages
...professions in the nineteenth century were in the church, medicine and law, the twentieth century has seen the growing importance of engineering, science and...capital levels gleaned from data on higher education. Table 7. Professionals in Britain, the United States and Germany, 1880-1991. A. Higher professionals...
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Work and Pay in 20th Century Britain

Ian Gazeley, Andrew Newell - Business & Economics - 2007 - 369 pages
...professions in the nineteenth century were in the Church, medicine, and law, the twentieth century has seen the growing importance of engineering, science, and...well as the higher professions, in panel (b) of Table 12.8. Britain started the period with a higher share of the occupied population in the professions,...
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