1 He led a giggling class through the prisons, the charity bureaus, the employment agencies of Minneapolis and St. Paul.
2 She could not have outside employment.
3 She did not, she said, want charity for them, but a chance of self-help; an employment bureau, direction in washing babies and making pleasing stews, possibly a municipal fund for home-building.
4 She felt in it satisfaction of a kind which no other employment afforded her.
5 Among these was one of the special policemen employed by Durham, whose duty it frequently was to pick out men for employment.
6 For every one that Jurgis spoke to assured him that it was a waste of time to seek employment for the old man in Packingtown.
7 If they all combined, they would have enough to make the first payment; and if they had employment, so that they could be sure of the future, it might really prove the best plan.
8 So Ona began thinking of seeking employment herself, saying that if she had even ordinarily good luck, she might be able to take two months off the time.
9 Thousands of them came to Chicago answering advertisements for "servants" and "factory hands," and found themselves trapped by fake employment agencies, and locked up in a bawdy-house.
10 The latest straggler had returned from his fell employment, only to strip himself of the terrific emblems of his bloody calling, and to join in the lamentations of his countrymen, as a stricken people.
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11 But it was by no means an easy employment; for in nothing was Colonel Lloyd more particular than in the management of his horses.
12 In my new employment, I found myself even more awkward than a country boy appeared to be in a large city.
13 But to return to Mr. Freeland, and to my experience while in his employment.
14 My treatment, while in his employment, was heavenly, compared with what I experienced at the hands of Mr. Edward Covey.
15 Their reason for this, as alleged, was, that if free colored carpenters were encouraged, they would soon take the trade into their own hands, and poor white men would be thrown out of employment.