§ 64. Mr. Perkins
asked the Minister of Labour the general hourly rate for labourers employed in civil engineering in the Stroud rural district, and how this rate was fixed?
§ Mr. E. Brown
The rate of wages agreed upon by the Civil Engineering Construction Conciliation Board for navvies and labourers in the Stroud rural district is 1s. per hour. The classification of this area for wage purposes was determined by an agreement of the board on 8th July, 1936.
|Period on Register.||Durham Administrative County.||Sunderland.||South Shields.|
|One year but less than two years||…||6,119||1,112||830|
|Two years but less than three years||…||3,630||872||612|
|Three years but less than four years||…||2,254||829||403|
|Four years but less than five years||…||2,275||822||201|
|Five years or more||…||4,951||1,999||344|
§ A proportion of the persons who have been on the registers for extended periods will have had one or more short spells of employment, lasting not more than three days each, during such periods.