lol, criminals and murderers fall under black sheep project, maybe it should be moved out of the higher category occupation. Unless a person was a serial killer, it wasn't really an ''occupation''. :D Professional thieves and forgers however would be an ''occupation''. That's about the only criminal activity that could go under there in my view.
Maybe it's the cultural bias also, the very concept of ''homemaker'' appears to be mainly English. Closest term in French is ''ménagère'', but that can also be applied to cleaning women, known as ''femmes de ménage'' also, so not an exact fit. And ''stay at home moms'' is another one, the closest to that in French is ''femme au foyer'' (woman at home).
All that said, I am brought to question whether there needs to exist such a category at all. It is certainly not distinctive as an occupation, so having it would not be useful for any research that I can see. Other occupations that women through the ages entered into were as nuns, teachers, nurses, servants.... Those are more distinct.
Farmers also should be looked at again, haven't examined it recently but there should be sub-categories, like homesteaders, plowmen .... Many of the first colonists had more than one occupation, they had a primary one on arrival, like for example cooper, but got land and created a homestead, while still engaging in their first occupation.