1978: Nevada puzzles over labor classification of brothel workers


14 Responses to “1978: Nevada puzzles over labor classification of brothel workers”

  1. GawainLavers says:

    What was 0291?  Cowboy?


    Establishments deriving 50 percent or more of their total value of sales of agricultural products from livestock and animal specialties and their products, but less than 50 percent from products of any single three-digit industry group.

  2. My favourite is Relief Services – Temporary

  3. franko says:

    i love my state.

  4. coweatyou says:

    I love 7033: Recreational Vehicle Parks and Campsites.

  5. “providing social services and rehabilitation services to those persons with social or personal problems…”

    i knew prostitutes were for nerds.

  6. Art says:

    Simply put it under the default “Farm Labor” Category.  Solved.

  7. citizen says:

    I guess they settled on 729903:

    Just look at that list! It has everything from philosophers to electro body sculpting…

  8. kallikanzaros says:

    “… any one of the proposed codes might be appropriate depending upon one’s position…” 
    Perhaps depending upon your favorite position with a particular employee, anyway

  9. Ursula Powers says:

    I worked for the City of Elko Planning Department for a few years. It was an eye-opening experience when we revised our city brothel ordinance.

    Did you know in some brothel counties, the “girls” can only leave the brothels during their monthly periods? And during that time frame, they have to leave town and may not “poach” customers from their brothels? Yep. It is what it is.

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