By Dr G. Beijer, J. J. Oudegeest, T. van den Brink (auth.)
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It can be assumed tbat in large part tbe 10 per cent of childless marriages remained so deliberately. If tbe figures for various religious denominations, social groups, and geograpbic regions are compared, it can be seen tbat in some groups of tbe population tbe percentage of cbildless marriages is only 3 per cent, or considerably below tbe national average. This figure of 3 per cent may be taken as tbe maximum proportion of marriages tbat remained childless because of congenital sterility; and tbere is no evidence in tbe data we bave tbat congenital sterility bas increased over tbe years.
Industrial painters Fitters Engine operators Carpenters Electricians Mechanics Lathe operators, meta! Mechanical woodworkers \Velders. Printers. Plumbers Miners Building tradesmen . Other industrial workers . Total c. Commerce, shipping, and miscellaneous Administrators. Civil servants Commercial travellers Business proprietors (not agricultural or industrial) Shopkeepers . Sales clerks Butchers Warehause workers Bakers .. Confectioners Waiters Barbers Chauffeurs Total 1) lbid. 367 1,252 4 12 13 138 64 1,850 Africa - 9 9 I 2 6 27 A ustralasia 40 239 I 2 2 57 25 366 84 28 7 40 104 13 13 41 34 12 8 13 6 22 15 141 313 12 3 5 8 37 97 236 354 924 303 1,439 205 52 64 52 10 15 239 58 71 149 46 21 25 31 52 8 17 7 63 29 4 - 7 5 3 2 8 163 56 41 48 47 124 45 35 30 286 740 140 1,244 14 13 I 3 51 9 3 16 12 9 I - 5 120 41 9 79 213 44 28 95 80 19 16 17 9 24 10 36 AGES AND OCCUPATIONS OF EMIGRANTS OVERSEAS, 1948-1950 More than 80 per cent of the etnigrants in all agricultural occupations went to the Americas, especially to Canada.
While some of these figures may be slightly misleading, by and large the data can be accepted as reliable. These figures include only emigrants who received state aid, so that the totalemigrationwas somewhat larger. For the year 1950, for example, the Central Bureau of Statistics gives a total of 24,887 emigrants to the same countries of destination, compared with the 21 ,330 in Table 6. This is a discrepancy of nearly 15 per cent. The percentage of persons leaving the country for permanent settlement abroad without state assistance is probably not so high, and the difference represents in large part those who left for more than one year but intend to return.