Catherine King

Catherine King, After Much Tribulation, Gets a Position at Weber & Fields's; Such a Long Chase For Work; Though Snubbed by Some Managers, Others Were Kind and She Succeeded
Catherine King
Catherine King's sixth and final day investigating different jobs in New York City.
Catherine King Works in a Big Mercantile House on Broadway; The Buyer and His Luncheons; Girls Must Have Fine Figures and Wear Garments So They Sell Readily
Catherine King
Catherine King's fifth day investigating different kinds of jobs.
Catherine King Does Not Find Them to Be the Most Encouraging; The Women's Rebuffs Hurt; A Tip on Working Office Buildings, Despite Rules, but It Didn't Work for Sales
Catherine King
Catherine King's fourth day investigating different kinds of jobs. Today she is in an office.
Catherine King Works in Stylish Modiste's as a Beginner; Little Pay for a Year's Work; Fixes Society Woman's Gown at Redfern's and Sews with the Tired Workers
Catherine King
Catherine King goes on to her third day of trying different jobs. Today she is a dressmaker.
Catherine King's Second Trial for a Place Was a Big Restaurant; Adjured Not to Loaf; She Learns How to Fill Mustard Pots and to Balance Big Tray of Dishes
Catherine King
"The first chapter of an Evening World newspaper woman's experiences in investigating the work and wages of New York's girl toilers was printed yesterday. It told of Catherine King's adventures as an employee of a great department store. Today Miss King relates how she tried to become a waitress."
Evening World Woman Reporter Seeks Work at Living Wages; Catherine King in Department Store; Treated Kindly by Everybody, but the Hours Are Long and Pay Small for Beginners
Catherine King
"How can a woman, suddenly thrown upon her own resources, become a bread-winner in New York City? It is not a new question. Hundreds of women try to answer it every day in the week. Young girls starting out in life, whose parents are already overburdened with household cares and expenses, women who seek to support themselves honorably, even if their parents are able to help them, widows suddenly left without money enough for the rent and the week's provisions will learn from the actual experience of Catherine King, a women reporter for The Evening World, what are the chances of employment, the opportunities for advancement and the wages paid. Miss King has investigated many lines of business, and she will describe from day to day her work, her wages and how she was treated. Tomorrow's installment gives her experiences in a dairy lunch room."
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