More on middle class

Posted by: Prithivi

Hello every one.Thanks for your comments.I have come to know that middle class does not have specific definition.However it can be recognised by the professions that the people acquire.Middle class can be te upperone or the lower one.Generally” workng class” is what middle classis.But rich people also work.Thus we have to see what is one working and then decide either he is middle class or not.I found a list of middle class occupations which is also posted here.But before that I would like to present the nature of middle class in satarical way.

Mom works hard,6-9,dad works harder 9-6

I study hard I am good,my friend studies harder ,he is better

If richer one becomes mean we become meaner

If they become nice we become nicer……….

This is all.Now here is the list of professions.

Middle Class Occupations

Agricultural labourer, farm servant, shepherd
Domestic servant
Cotton, calico, manufacture, printing and dyeing
Labourer
Farmer, grazier
Boot and shoe maker
Milliner, dressmaker
Coal miner
Carpenter, joiner
Army and navy
Tailor
Washerwomen, mangler, laundry keeper
Woollen cloth manufacture
Silk manufacture
Blacksmith
Worsted manufacture
Mason, paviour
Messenger, porter and errand boy
Linen, flax manufacture
Seaman (merchant service) on shore or in British ports
Grocer
Gardener
Iron manufacture, moulder, founder
Innkeeper, licensed victualler, beershop keeper
Seamstress, shirtmaker
Bricklayer
Butcher, meat salesman
Hose (stocking) manufacturer
Schoolmaster/mistress
Lace manufacture
Plumber, painter, glazier
Baker
Carman, carrier, carter, drayman
Charwoman
Draper (linen and woollen)
Engine and machine maker
Commercial clerk
Cabinet maker, upholsterer
Teacher (various) governess
Fisherman/woman
Boat, barge man/woman
Miller
Earthenware manufacture
Sawyer
Railway labourer
Straw-plait manufacture
Brick maker, dealer
Government Civil Service
Hawker, pedlar
Wheelwright
Glover
Shopkeeper (branch undefined)
Horsekeeper, groom (not domestic), jockey
Nail manufacture
Iron miner
Printer
Nurse (not domestic servant)
Shipwright, shipbuilder
Stone quarrier
Lodging house keeper
Lead miner
Copper miner
Straw hat and bonnet maker
Cooper
Watch and clock maker
Brewer
Dock labourer, dock and harbour service
Clergyman of the Established [Anglican] Church
Protestant Dissenting minister
Police
Plasterer
Warehouse man/woman
Saddler, harness maker
Hatter, hat manufacture
Coachman (not domestic servant) guard, postboy
Law clerk
Coachmaker
Cowkeeper, milkseller
Ropemaker
Druggist
Surgeon, apothecary
Tin miner
Paper manufacture
Coalheaver, coal labourer
Greengrocer, fruiterer
Muslin manufacture
Confectioner
Tinman, tinker, pin plate worker
Staymaker
Solicitor, attorney, writer to the Signet
Dyer, scourer, calenderer
Currier
Builder
Farm bailiff
Hairdresser, wig maker
Coal merchant/dealer
Glass manufacture
Carpet and rug manufacture
Goldsmith, silversmith
Brass founder, moulder, manufacture
Maltster
Railway officer, clerk, station master
Book binder
Road labourer
Wine and spirit merchant
Fishmonger
Merchant
Ribbon manufacture
House proprietor
Land proprietor
Railway Company’s servant, Porter, Attendant
Costermonger, General dealer, Huckster
Beerseller
Dockyards (HM) Artificers, Labourers in
Boiler maker
Gunsmith, Gun manfacturer
Manufacturer, Mechanic
Chelsea Pensioner
Brush, broom maker, seller
Provision Curer,dealer
Commercial traveller
Railway Engine Driver, Stoker
Miner (branch undefined)
Engine driver, stoker (branch undefined)
Government messengers and workmen
Machinist, machine worker (branch undefined)
Agent, broker, factor
Musician, Music master
Cutler
Ironmonger, hardware dealer
Tobacco,cigar, snuff manufacturer
Weaver (not otherwise described)
Gasworks service
Municipal, Parish, Union Officer
Institution service
Wood, timber merchant/dealer
Corn, flour, seed merchant/dealer
Gamekeeper
Manufacturing chemist, labourer
Stationer (not law)
Bank service

Seems like everybody is a middle classer
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Middle Class Occupations

Agricultural labourer, farm servant, shepherd
Domestic servant
Cotton, calico, manufacture, printing and dyeing
Labourer
Farmer, grazier
Boot and shoe maker
Milliner, dressmaker
Coal miner
Carpenter, joiner
Army and navy
Tailor
Washerwomen, mangler, laundry keeper
Woollen cloth manufacture
Silk manufacture
Blacksmith
Worsted manufacture
Mason, paviour
Messenger, porter and errand boy
Linen, flax manufacture
Seaman (merchant service) on shore or in British ports
Grocer
Gardener
Iron manufacture, moulder, founder
Innkeeper, licensed victualler, beershop keeper
Seamstress, shirtmaker
Bricklayer
Butcher, meat salesman
Hose (stocking) manufacturer
Schoolmaster/mistress
Lace manufacture
Plumber, painter, glazier
Baker
Carman, carrier, carter, drayman
Charwoman
Draper (linen and woollen)
Engine and machine maker
Commercial clerk
Cabinet maker, upholsterer
Teacher (various) governess
Fisherman/woman
Boat, barge man/woman
Miller
Earthenware manufacture
Sawyer
Railway labourer
Straw-plait manufacture
Brick maker, dealer
Government Civil Service
Hawker, pedlar
Wheelwright
Glover
Shopkeeper (branch undefined)
Horsekeeper, groom (not domestic), jockey
Nail manufacture
Iron miner
Printer
Nurse (not domestic servant)
Shipwright, shipbuilder
Stone quarrier
Lodging house keeper
Lead miner
Copper miner
Straw hat and bonnet maker
Cooper
Watch and clock maker
Brewer
Dock labourer, dock and harbour service
Clergyman of the Established [Anglican] Church
Protestant Dissenting minister
Police
Plasterer
Warehouse man/woman
Saddler, harness maker
Hatter, hat manufacture
Coachman (not domestic servant) guard, postboy
Law clerk
Coachmaker
Cowkeeper, milkseller
Ropemaker
Druggist
Surgeon, apothecary
Tin miner
Paper manufacture
Coalheaver, coal labourer
Greengrocer, fruiterer
Muslin manufacture
Confectioner
Tinman, tinker, pin plate worker
Staymaker
Solicitor, attorney, writer to the Signet
Dyer, scourer, calenderer
Currier
Builder
Farm bailiff
Hairdresser, wig maker
Coal merchant/dealer
Glass manufacture
Carpet and rug manufacture
Goldsmith, silversmith
Brass founder, moulder, manufacture
Maltster
Railway officer, clerk, station master
Book binder
Road labourer
Wine and spirit merchant
Fishmonger
Merchant
Ribbon manufacture
House proprietor
Land proprietor
Railway Company’s servant, Porter, Attendant
Costermonger, General dealer, Huckster
Beerseller
Dockyards (HM) Artificers, Labourers in
Boiler maker
Gunsmith, Gun manfacturer
Manufacturer, Mechanic
Chelsea Pensioner
Brush, broom maker, seller
Provision Curer,dealer
Commercial traveller
Railway Engine Driver, Stoker
Miner (branch undefined)
Engine driver, stoker (branch undefined)
Government messengers and workmen
Machinist, machine worker (branch undefined)
Agent, broker, factor
Musician, Music master
Cutler
Ironmonger, hardware dealer
Tobacco,cigar, snuff manufacturer
Weaver (not otherwise described)
Gasworks service
Municipal, Parish, Union Officer
Institution service
Wood, timber merchant/dealer
Corn, flour, seed merchant/dealer
Gamekeeper
Manufacturing chemist, labourer
Stationer (not law)
Bank service
Box and packing case maker
Coal mine service

More on middle class was last modified: December 26th, 2008 by Prithivi
 

Blog Comments

  1. To_whom_it_may_concern

    cud u please remove the tables used to display the list of Occupation .. the page is looking ugly due to lack of proper formatting..

  2. prithivi

    I agree that I copied it from a source.It was from an anonymous book so I didnot mention the source .This is for YESTAI HO whoever he\she is.

  3. Yestai Ho

    Prithvi – where did you copy this list from? Please do not be a victim of CTRL-C / CTRL-V syndrome. You will not reach far if you start copying list from other sources and posting them without giving credit to the original source.

    Yestai Ho

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