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Occupations and Social Classes of the Elizabethan Era

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Jessica Chu

on 14 October 2014

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Transcript of Occupations and Social Classes of the Elizabethan Era

APOTHECARY
ARTIST
BAKER
BARBER
BLACKSMITH
BOTTLER
BUTLER
BOWER OR BOWYER
CANDLEMAKER
CARPENTER
CHAMBERLAIN
CHAPLAIN
CLERK
CLOTHIER
CONSTABLE
COOK
CORDWAINER
COTTAR
EWERER
FLETCHER
GARDENER
GONG FARMER
HERALD OR HARKER
HERBALIST
Elizabethan Era Occupations
Elizabethan Era
Social Classes
A nobleman - £1500 to £3000 per annum
A merchant - £100 per annum
A parson - £20 per annum
A carpenter - £13 per annum
A laborer - £5 per annum
How Does Occupations and Social Classes Relate to Each Other?
Social Classes
Elizabethan Era Occupations
By: Francis and Jessica
Occupations and Social Classes of the Elizabethan Era

JANITOR
JESTER
KEEPER OF THE WARDROBE
KNIGHT
MARSHAL
MESSENGER
MINSTREL
MONEYLENDER
PAGE
PAINTER
PORTER
PHYSICIAN
POTTER
REEVE
SCRIBE
SCULLION
SHOEMAKER
SPINSTER
STEWARD
SQUIRE
WATCHMAN

Sources: http://www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/elizabethan-occupations-and-jobs.htm
Wages
d
(1 British Pound Sterling = $1.80 Canadian dollars)
Monarch
Nobility
Gentry
Merchants
Yeomanry
Labourers
Money
Occupations
Sources: http://www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/elizabethan-period-money-and-currency.htm
What are the Differences and Similarities Between Life in the Elizabethan Era vs. Life in Today's World?
Similarities
21st Century (Today's World)
Elizabethan Era
Thank you for listening!
Source: http://thelostcolony.org/education/elizabethan-era/
your salary is depending on what job, or what occupation you have
your lifestyle (what you wore, what you ate, etc) depends on your social class, or status
most Elizabethans had jobs
most jobs were hands-on (did not rely on technology)
people did not respect others (high class people) with equality
lots of people are jobless, or still looking for a job that's available
we rely mostly on new technology that are used in our jobs
many people believe in respecting everyone, no matter what the age or what level of authority they are in
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