The life of American workers in 1915

Source: Carol Boyd Leon, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Monthly Labor Review, February 2016

From the abstract:
To help mark the Monthly Labor Review’s centennial, the editors invited several producers and users of BLS data to take a look back at the last 100 years. This article is about the life of workers in 1915, the year the MLR began. It discusses population and labor force characteristics plus jobs and wages. It also looks at various facets of everyday life—homes, meals, work commute, and leisure time.