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U.S. Department of Commerce
Economics and Statistics Administration
BUREAU OF THE CENSUS

1990 CP-2-9

1990 Census of Population Social and Economic Characteristics

Delaware

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The Decennial Planning Division, Susan M. Miskura, Chief, coordinated and directed all census operations. Patricia A. Berman, Assistant Division Chief for Content and Data Products, directed the development and implementation of the 1990 Census Tabulation and Publication Program. Other assistant division chiefs were Robert R. Bair, Rachel F. Brown, James L. Dinwiddie, Allan A. Stephenson, and Edwin B. Wagner, Jr. The following branch chiefs made significant contributions: Cheryl R. Landman, Adolfo L. Paez, A. Edward Pike, and William A. Starr. Other important contributors were Linda S. Brudvig, Cindy S. Easton, Avis L. Foote, Carolyn R. Hay, Douglas M. Lee, Gloria J. Porter, and A. Nishea Quash. The Decennial Operations Division, Arnold A. Jackson, Chief, was responsible for processing and tabulating census data. Assistant division chiefs were: Donald R. Dalzell, Kenneth A. Riccini, Billy E. Stark, and James E. Steed. Processing offices were managed by Alfred Cruz, Jr., Earle B. Knapp, Jr., Judith N. Petty, Mark M. Taylor, Russell L. Valentine, Jr., Carol A. Van Horn, and C. Kemble Worley. The following branch chiefs made significant contributions: Jonathan G. Ankers, Sharron S. Baucom, Catharine W. Burt, Vickie L. Cotton, Robert J. Hemmig, George H. McLaughlin, Carol M. Miller, Lorraine D. Neece, Peggy S. Payne, William L. Peil, Cotty A. Smith, Dennis W. Stoudt, and Richard R. Warren. Other important contributors were Eleanor I. Banks, Miriam R. Barton, Danny L. Burkhead, J. Kenneth Butler, Jr., Albert A. Csellar, Donald H. Danbury, Judith A. Dawson, Donald R. Dwyer, Beverly B. Fransen, Katherine H. Gilbert, Lynn A. Hollabaugh, Ellen B. Katzoff, Randy M. Klear, Norman W. Larsen, Peter J. Long, Sue Love, Patricia O. Madson, Mark J. Matsko, John R. Murphy, Dan E. Philipp, Eugene M. Rashlich, Willie T. Robertson, Barbara A. Rosen, Sharon A. Schoch, Imelda B. Severdia, Diane J. Simmons, Emmett F. Spiers, Johanne M. Stovall, M. Lisa Sylla, and Jess D. Thompson. The Housing and Household Economic Statistics Division, Daniel H. Weinberg, Chief, developed the questionnaire content, designed the data tabulations, and reviewed the data for the economic and housing characteristics. Gordon W. Green, Jr., Assistant Division Chief for Economic Characteristics, and Leonard J. Norry, Assistant Division Chief for Housing Characteristics, directed the development of this work. The following branch chiefs made significant contributions: William A. Downs, Peter J. Fronczek, Patricia A. Johnson, Enrique J. Lamas, Charles T. Nelson, and Thomas S. Scopp. Other important contributors were Eleanor F. Baugher, Jeanne C. Benetti, Robert L. Bennefield, Robert W. Bonnette, William S. Chapin, Higinio Feliciano, Timothy S. Grall, Cynthia J. Harpine, Selwyn Jones, Mary C. Kirk, Richard G. Kreinsen, Gordon H. Lester, Mark S. Littman, Wilfred T. Masumura, John M. McNeil, Diane C. Murphy, George F. Patterson, Thomas J. Palumbo, Kirby G. Posey, John Priebe, Anne D. Smoler, and Carmina F. Young. The Population Division, Paula J. Schneider, Chief, developed the questionnaire content, designed the data tabulations, and reviewed the data for the demographic and social characteristics of the population. Philip N. Fulton, Assistant Division Chief for Census Programs, directed the development of this work. Other assistant division chiefs were Nampeo R. McKenney and Arthur J. Norton. The following branch and staff chiefs made significant contributions: Jorge H. del Pinal, Campbell J. Gibson, Roderick J. Harrison, Donald J. Hernandez, Jane H. Ingold, Martin T. O’Connell, Marie Pees, J. Gregory Robinson, Phillip A. Salopek, Paul M. Siegel, Robert C. Speaker, Gregory K. Spencer, and Cynthia M. Taeuber. Other important contributors were Celia G. Boertlein, Rosalind R. Bruno, Janice A. Costanzo, Rosemarie C. Cowan, Arthur R. Cresce, Larry G. Curran, Carmen DeNavas, Robert O. Grymes, Kristin A. Hansen, Mary C. Hawkins, Rodger V. Johnson, Michael J. Levin, Edna L. Paisano, Sherry B. Pollock, Stanley J. Rolark, A. Dianne Schmidley, Denise I. Smith, and Nancy L. Sweet. The Data User Services Division, Gerard C. Iannelli, then Chief, directed the development of data product dissemination and information to increase awareness, understanding, and use of census data. Marie G. Argana, Assistant Chief for Data User Services, directed preparation of electronic data products and their dissemination. Alfonso E. Mirabal, Assistant Chief for Group Information and Advisory Services, directed activities related to the National Services Program, State Data Centers, and preparation of training materials. The following branch chiefs made significant contributions: Deborah D. Barrett, Frederick G. Bohme, Larry W.

Carbaugh, James P. Curry, Samuel H. Johnson, John C. Kavaliunas, and Forrest B. Williams. Other important contributors were Molly Abramowitz, Celestin J. Aguigui, Barbara J. Aldrich, Delores A. Baldwin, Albert R. Barros, Geneva A. Burns, Carmen D. Campbell, James R. Clark, Virginia L. Collins, George H. Dailey, Jr., Barbara L. Hatchl, Theresa C. Johnson, Paul T. Manka, John D. McCall, Jo Ann Norris, David M. Pemberton, Sarabeth Rodriguez, Charles J. Wade, Joyce J. Ware, and Gary M. Young. The Geography Division, Robert W. Marx, Chief, directed and coordinated the census mapping and geographic activities. Jack R. George, Assistant Division Chief for Geoprocessing, directed the planning and development of the TIGER System and related software. Robert A. LaMacchia, Assistant Division Chief for Planning, directed the planning and implementation of processes for defining 1990 census geographic areas. Silla G. Tomasi, Assistant Division Chief for Operations, managed the planning and implementation of 1990 census mapping applications using the TIGER System. The following branch chiefs made significant contributions: Frederick R. Broome, Charles E. Dingman, Linda M. Franz, David E. Galdi, Dan N. Harding, Donald I. Hirschfeld, David B. Meixler, Peter Rosenson, Joel Sobel, Brian Swanhart, and Richard Trois. Other important contributors were Gerard Boudriault, Desmond J. Carron, Anthony W. Costanzo, Paul W. Daisey, Beverly A. Davis, Carl S. Hantman, Christine J. Kinnear, Terence D. McDowell, Linda M. Pike, Rose J. A. Quarato, Lourdes Ramirez, Gavin H. Shaw, Daniel L. Sweeney, Timothy F. Trainor, Phyllis S. Willette, and Walter E. Yergen. The Statistical Support Division, John H. Thompson, Chief, directed the application of mathematical statistical techniques in the design and conduct of the census. John S. Linebarger, Assistant Division Chief for Quality Assurance, directed the development and implementation of operational and software quality assurance. Henry F. Woltman, Assistant Division Chief for Census Design, directed the development and implementation of sample design, disclosure avoidance, weighting, and variance estimation. Howard Hogan and David V. Bateman were contributing assistant division chiefs. The following branch chiefs made significant contributions: Florence H. Abramson, Deborah H. Griffin, Richard A. Griffin, Lawrence I. Iskow, and Michael L. Mersch. Other important contributors were Linda A. Flores-Baez, Larry M. Bates, Somonica L. Green, James E. Hartman, Steven D. Jarvis, Alfredo Navarro, Eric L. Schindler, Carolyn T. Swan, and Glenn D. White. The 1990 Census Redistricting Data Office, Marshall L. Turner, Jr., Chief, assisted by Cathy L. Talbert, directed the development and implementation of the 1990 Census Redistricting Data Program. The Administrative and Publications Services Division, Walter C. Odom, Chief, provided direction for the census administrative services, publications, printing, and graphics functions. Michael G. Garland was a contributing assistant division chief. The following branch and staff chiefs made significant contributions: Bernard E. Baymler, Albert W. Cosner, Gary J. Lauffer, Gerald A. Mann, Clement B. Nettles, Russell Price, and Barbara J. Stanard. Other important contributors were Barbara M. Abbott, Robert J. Brown, David M. Coontz, and John T. Overby. The Data Preparation Division, Joseph S. Harris, Chief, provided management of a multi-operational facility including kit preparation, procurement, warehousing and supply, and census processing activities. Plummer Alston, Jr., and Patricia M. Clark were assistant division chiefs. The Field Division, Stanley D. Matchett, Chief, directed the census data collection and associated field operations. Richard L. Bitzer, Richard F. Blass, Karl K. Kindel, and John W. Marshall were assistant division chiefs. Regional office directors were William F. Adams, John E. Bell, LaVerne Collins, Dwight P. Dean, Arthur G. Dukakis, Sheila H. Grimm, William F. Hill, James F. Holmes, Stanley D. Moore, Marvin L. Postma, John E. Reeder, and Leo C. Schilling. The Personnel Division, David P. Warner, Chief, provided management direction and guidance to the staffing, planning pay systems, and employee relations programs for the census. Colleen A. Woodard was the assistant chief. The Technical Services Division, C. Thomas DiNenna, Chief, designed, developed, deployed, and produced automated technology for census data processing.

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1990 CP-2-9

1990 Census of Population Social and Economic Characteristics

Delaware

U.S. Department of Commerce Ronald H. Brown, Secretary
Economics and Statistics Administration
BUREAU OF THE CENSUS Harry A. Scarr, Acting Director

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Economics and Statistics Administration

BUREAU OF THE CENSUS Harry A. Scarr, Acting Director
Charles D. Jones, Associate Director for Decennial Census William P. Butz, Associate Director for Demographic Programs Bryant Benton, Associate Director for Field Operations Clifford J. Parker, Acting Associate Director for Administration Peter A. Bounpane, Assistant Director for Decennial Census

For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402.

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CONTENTS

Page List of Statistical Tables ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------How to Use This Census Report ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Table Finding Guide--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------User Notes -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------iv I–1 II–1 III–1

Statistical Tables (For detailed list of statistical tables, see page iv.) ---------------------------------------------------

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APPENDIXES A. B. C. D. E. F. G. Area Classifications ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Definitions of Subject Characteristics ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------Accuracy of the Data---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Collection and Processing Procedures--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Facsimiles of Respondent Instructions and Questionnaire Pages --------------------------------------------------Data Products and User Assistance ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Maps --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------A–1 B–1 C–1 D–1 E–1 F–1 G–1

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LIST OF STATISTICAL TABLES
[An asterisk (* ) indicates that the table was omitted because there were no qualifying geographic area(s) or population group(s)]

Table 1. Summary of Social Characteristics: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons] Summary of Labor Force and Commuting Characteristics: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons] Summary of Occupation, Income, and Poverty Characteristics: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons] Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 County Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons] Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for White Persons and for Households and Families with a White Householder: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]

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Table 9. Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for Black Persons and for Households and Families with a Black Householder: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]

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2.

2 10.

3.

3

Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons and for Households and Families with an American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Householder: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]

11

11. 4

4.

5.

5

6. 7.

6 7

Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for Asian or Pacific Islander Persons and for Households and Families with an Asian or Pacific Islander Householder: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]

12

12.

8.

9

Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for Hispanic Origin Persons and for Households and Families with an Hispanic Origin Householder: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]

13

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Table 13. Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons and for Households and Families with a White, Not of Hispanic Origin Householder: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons] Summary of Social Characteristics of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area Summary of Labor Force and Commuting Characteristics of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area Summary of Occupation, Income, and Poverty Characteristics of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area Ancestry: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Nativity, Area of Spoken State Urban Citizenship, Year of Entry, Birth, and Language at Home: 1990 and Rural and Size of Place

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Table 23. Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Veteran Status: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Labor Force Characteristics: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Occupation of Employed Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Industry of Employed Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Class of Worker, Work Status in 1989, and Last Occupation of Experienced Unemployed: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Ancestry: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Nativity, Citizenship, Year of Entry, Area of Birth, and Language Spoken at Home: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Place of Birth of Foreign-Born Persons: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Age, Sex, Ability to Speak English, and Disability: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area

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Place of Birth of Foreign-Born Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Age, Sex, Ability to Speak English, and Disability: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Fertility and Household and Family Composition: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place School Enrollment and Educational Attainment: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place

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Table 35. Fertility and Household and Family Composition: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area School Enrollment and Educational Attainment: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Veteran Status: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Labor Force Characteristics: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Occupation of Employed Persons: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Industry of Employed Persons: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Class of Worker, Work Status in 1989, and Last Occupation of Experienced Unemployed: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Age, Sex, Ability to Speak English, and Disability by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State

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Table 46. Fertility and Household and Family Composition by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State School Enrollment and Educational Attainment by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Veteran Status by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Labor Force Characteristics by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Occupation of Employed Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Industry of Employed Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Class of Worker, Work Status in 1989, and Last Occupation of Experienced Unemployed by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition of White Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition of Black Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area

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Table 58. Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition of Asian or Pacific Islander Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability of White Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability of Black Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability of Asian or Pacific Islander Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area

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Table 66. 57 Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of White Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Black Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Asian or Pacific Islander Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area

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Table 74. Labor Force Characteristics of White Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Labor Force Characteristics of Black Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Labor Force Characteristics of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Labor Force Characteristics of Asian or Pacific Islander Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Labor Force Characteristics of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Labor Force Characteristics of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status of White Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status of Black Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area

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Table 82. Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status of Asian or Pacific Islander Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Occupation of Employed White Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Occupation of Employed Black Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Occupation of Employed American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Occupation of Employed Asian or Pacific Islander Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area

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Table 90. Occupation of Employed Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Occupation of Employed White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Income in 1989 of White Households, Families, and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Income in 1989 of Black Households, Families, and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Income in 1989 of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Households, Families, and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Income in 1989 of Asian or Pacific Islander Households, Families, and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Income in 1989 of Hispanic Origin Households, Families, and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Income in 1989 of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Households, Families, and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Poverty Status in 1989 of White Families and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area

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Table 99. Poverty Status in 1989 of Black Families and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Poverty Status in 1989 of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Families and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Poverty Status in 1989 of Asian or Pacific Islander Families and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Poverty Status in 1989 of Hispanic Origin Families and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Poverty Status in 1989 of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Families and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Selected Characteristics of White Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Selected Characteristics of Black Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Selected Characteristics of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area

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Table 107. Selected Characteristics of Asian or Pacific Islander Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Selected Characteristics of Hispanic Origin Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Selected Characteristics of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 State Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 State Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Employed Persons for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 State Labor Force Characteristics for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 State Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 State Occupation of Employed Persons for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 State Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 State Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 State Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 State

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Table 119. Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 State Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 State Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Employed Persons for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 State Labor Force Characteristics for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 State Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 State Occupation of Employed Persons for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 State Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 State Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 State Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 State Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition for Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability for Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Employed Persons for Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Labor Force Characteristics for Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State

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Table 132. Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status for Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Occupation of Employed Persons for Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons for Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons for Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over for Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Ancestry: 1990 County Nativity, Citizenship, Year of Entry, Area of Birth, and Language Spoken at Home: 1990 County Place of Birth of Foreign-Born Persons: 1990 County Age, Sex, Ability to Speak English, and Disability: 1990 County Fertility and Household and Family Composition: 1990 County School Enrollment and Educational Attainment: 1990 County Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Veteran Status: 1990 County Labor Force Characteristics: 1990 County Occupation of Employed Persons: 1990 County Industry of Employed Persons: 1990 County

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Table 147. Class of Worker, Work Status in 1989, and Last Occupation of Experienced Unemployed: 1990 County Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons: 1990 County Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons: 1990 County Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990 County Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 County Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 County Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Employed Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 County Labor Force Characteristics by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 County Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 County Occupation of Employed Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 County Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 County Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 County Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 County Social Characteristics for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 County Labor Force Characteristics for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 County

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149 148. 150 149. 151 150.

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Table 162. Income and Poverty Status in 1989 for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 County Social Characteristics for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 County Labor Force Characteristics for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 County Income and Poverty Status in 1989 for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 County Ancestry: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Nativity, Citizenship, Year of Entry, Area of Birth, and Language Spoken at Home: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Place of Birth of Foreign-Born Persons: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Age, Sex, Ability to Speak English, and Disability: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Fertility and Household and Family Composition: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] School Enrollment and Educational Attainment: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Veteran Status: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Labor Force Characteristics: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons]

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Table 174. Occupation of Employed Persons: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Industry of Employed Persons: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Class of Worker, Work Status in 1989, and Last Occupation of Experienced Unemployed: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over, by Age: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Employed Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons]

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Table 183. Labor Force Characteristics by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Occupation of Employed Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over by Age by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Social Characteristics for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Labor Force Characteristics for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Income and Poverty Status in 1989 for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons]

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Table 193. Labor Force Characteristics for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Income and Poverty Status in 1989 for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Ancestry, Nativity, Citizenship, Year of Entry, Area of Birth, and Language Spoken at Home: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Employed Persons: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Labor Force Characteristics: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Occupation of Employed Persons: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons]

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Table 204. Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Social Characteristics by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Labor Force Characteristics by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Income and Poverty Status in 1989 by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Social Characteristics for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Labor Force Characteristics for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Income and Poverty Status in 1989 for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Social Characteristics for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Labor Force Characteristics for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Income and Poverty Status in 1989 for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons]

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Table 214. Race and Hispanic Origin for the Rural Portions of Counties: 1990 State County Social Characteristics for the Rural Portions of Counties: 1990 State County Geographic Mobility, Disability, Labor Force Characteristics, and Industry for the Rural Portions of Counties: 1990 State County Class of Worker, Occupation, and Income and Poverty Status in 1989 for the Rural Portions of Counties: 1990 State County Race and Hispanic Origin for the Rural Farm Portions of Counties: 1990 State County Social Characteristics for the Rural Farm Portions of Counties: 1990 State County Geographic Mobility, Disability, Labor Force Characteristics, and Industry for Rural Farm Portions of Counties: 1990 State County Class of Worker, Occupation, and Income and Poverty Status in 1989 for the Rural Farm Portions of Counties: 1990 State County Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area

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206.

248

217. 243

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Table 224. Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Employed Persons for American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area Labor Force Characteristics of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area Occupation of Employed American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area Income in 1989 of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Households, Families, and Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area Poverty Status in 1989 of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Families and Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area

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Table 230. Selected Characteristics of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons 60 Years and Over for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area Characteristics Before and After Allocation: 1990 State Allocation of Selected Characteristics: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons] Allocation of Selected Characteristics of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area Percent of Persons in Sample: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons] Percent of Persons in Sample for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area

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CONTENTS
Contents of the Appendixes - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I–3 Graphics - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I–3 How to Find Geographic Areas and Subject-Matter Data - - - - - - I–1 How to Use the Statistical Tables - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I–2 User Notes - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I–3

HOW TO FIND GEOGRAPHIC AREAS AND SUBJECT-MATTER DATA
This report includes a table finding guide to assist the user in locating those statistical tables that contain the data that are needed. The table finding guide lists alphabetically, by geographic area, the subjects shown in this report. To determine which tables in this report show data for a particular topic, find the subject in the left-hand column of the table finding guide and then look across the columns using the headings at the top for the desired type of geographic area. Below is an example of a table finding guide.

INTRODUCTION
Data from the 1990 census are presented in several different report series. These series are published under the following three subject titles: 1. 1990 Census of Population (1990 CP) 2. 1990 Census of Housing (1990 CH) 3. 1990 Census of Population and Housing (1990 CPH) The types of data and the geographic areas shown in reports differ from one series to another. In most series, there is one report for each State, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands of the United States (Virgin Islands), plus a United States summary report. Some series include reports for American Indian and Alaska Native areas, metropolitan areas, and urbanized areas. See appendix F for detailed information about the various report series; additional 1990 census data products such as computer tapes, microfiche, and laser disks; other related materials; and sources of assistance. The data from the 1990 census were derived from a limited number of basic questions asked of the entire population and about every housing unit (referred to as the 100-percent questions), and from additional questions asked of a sample of the population and housing units (referred to as the sample questions). Two primary versions of questionnaires were used: a short form containing only the 100-percent questions and a long form containing both the 100-percent questions and the additional sample questions. Appendix E presents facsimiles of the questionnaire pages and the respondent instructions used to collect the data included in this report. Appendix F lists the subjects that are covered by the 100-percent and sample components of the 1990 census. Legal provision for this census, which was conducted as of April 1, 1990, was made in the Act of Congress of August 31, 1954 (amended August 1957, December 1975, and October 1976), which is codified in Title 13, United States Code.

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Tables identified in the table finding guide with a reference letter in parentheses after the table number present characteristics for racial groups or persons of Hispanic origin. The tables without reference letters contain data for the total population only. The table finding guide does not include cross-classifications of subject-matter items, nor does it distinguish among tables presenting data for all persons or housing units and tables presenting data for subgroups (for example, persons under 18 years or renteroccupied housing units) unless it is necessary to locate the subject. Additional information to locate data within specific reports often is provided in the headnote at the top of the table finding guide and in the footnotes at the bottom of the guide.

HOW TO USE THE STATISTICAL TABLES Parts of a Statistical Table
The census data included in printed reports are arranged in tables. Each table includes four major parts: (1) heading, (2) boxhead, (3) stub, and (4) data field. A typical census report table is illustrated below.

table within the report, while the title is a brief statement indicating the classification, nature, and time reference of the data presented in the table. The headnote is enclosed in brackets and is located under the title. It contains statements that qualify, explain, or provide information pertaining to the entire table. In some tables showing racial and Hispanic origin groups, the headnote includes information that data are presented only when certain populationsize criteria (thresholds) are met. (For more information on thresholds, see the ‘‘User Notes’’ section.) The boxhead is under the heading. This portion of the table, which contains the individual column heads or captions, describes the data in each vertical column. In the boxhead of many tables, a spanner appears across and above two or more column heads or across two or more lower spanners. The purpose of a spanner is to classify or qualify items below it or separate the table into identifiable blocks in terms of major aspects of the data. The stub is located at the left edge of the table. It includes a listing of line or row captions or descriptions. At the top of the stub is the stubhead. The stubhead is considered to be an extension of the table title and usually shows generic geographic area designations and restrictions. In the stub, several features are used to help the user better understand the contents of the table. Usually, a block of data lines is preceded by a sidehead. The sidehead, similar to a spanner, describes and classifies the stub entries following it. The use of indentation in a stub indicates the relationship of one data line to another. Indented data lines represent subcategories that in most instances, sum to a total. Occasionally in tables, it is desirable to show one or more single-line subcategories that do not sum to the total. The unit of measure, such as dollars, is shown when it is not clear from the general wording of the data line. The data field is that part of the table that contains the data. It extends from the bottom of the boxhead to the bottom of the table and from the right of the stub to the right-hand edge of the page. Both geographic and subject-matter terms appear in tables. It is important to read the definitions of the terms used in the tables because census terms often are defined in special ways that reflect the manner in which the questions were asked and the data were tabulated. Definitions of geographic terms are provided in appendix A. Subject-matter terms are defined in appendix B.

Symbols and Geographic Abbreviations
The following symbols are used in the tables and explanations of subjects covered in this report: • A dash ‘‘-’’ represents zero or a percent that rounds to less than 0.1. • Three dots ‘‘...’’ mean not applicable. The heading consists of the table number, title, and headnote. The table number indicates the position of the I–2 • (NA) means not available.

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• The prefix ‘‘r’’ indicates that the count has been revised since publication of 1980 reports or that the area was erroneously omitted or not shown in the correct geographic relationship in the 1980 census reports. This symbol appears only in the 1990 CPH-2, Population and Housing Unit Counts reports. • A dagger ‘‘†’’ next to the name of a geographic area indicates that there has been a geographic change(s) (for example, an annexation or detachment, a new incorporation, or a name change) since the information published for the 1980 census for that area. This symbol appears only in the 1990 CPH-2, Population and Housing Unit Counts reports. The geographic change information for the entities in a State is shown in the ‘‘User Notes’’ section of 1990 CPH-2, Population and Housing Unit Counts report, for that State. The information for all States appears in the ‘‘User Notes’’ section of the technical documentation for Summary Tape Files 1 and 3. • A plus sign ‘‘+ ’’ or a minus sign ‘‘–’’ following a figure denotes that the median falls in the initial or terminal category of an open-ended distribution. (For more information on medians, see the discussion under ‘‘Derived Measures’’ in appendix B.) • A minus sign ‘‘–’’ preceding a figure denotes decrease. The following geographic abbreviations are used in the tables and explanations of subjects covered in this report: • A ‘‘(pt.)’’ next to the name of a geographic area in a hierarchical presentation indicates that the geographic entity is only partially located in the superior geographic entity. For example, a ‘‘(pt.)’’ next to a place name in a county subdivision-place hierarchy indicates that the place is located in more than one county subdivision. (Places also may be ‘‘split’’ by county, congressional district, urban/ rural, metropolitan area, voting district, and other geographic boundaries, depending on the presentation.) Other geographic entities also can be‘‘split’’ by a higher-level entity. The exception is a tabulation block, which is unique within all geographic entities in census products. • BG is block group. • BNA is block numbering area. • CDP is census designated place. • CMSA is consolidated metropolitan statistical area. • MA is metropolitan area. • MSA is metropolitan statistical area. • PMSA is primary metropolitan statistical area. • TDSA is tribal designated statistical area. • TJSA is tribal jurisdiction statistical area. • unorg. is unorganized territory. HOW TO USE THIS CENSUS REPORT

• VTD is voting district. Census tables often include derived measures such as medians, means, percents, and ratios. More detailed information about derived measures is provided in appendix B.

GRAPHICS
Charts, statistical maps, and other graphic summaries are included in some 1990 census reports. If graphics are shown in a report, they are presented immediately after the ‘‘User Notes’’ section.

USER NOTES
User notes include corrections, errata, and related explanatory information. This section appears directly before the statistical tables in census reports unless graphics are shown. It presents information about unique characteristics of the report and changes or corrections made too late to be reflected in the text or tables themselves.

CONTENTS OF THE APPENDIXES
Appendix A—Provides definitions of the types of geographic areas and related information used in census reports. Appendix B—Contains definitions for the subject-matter items used in census reports, including explanations of derived measures, limitations of the data, and comparability with previous censuses. The subjects are listed alphabetically. In reports that contain both population and housing characteristics, the population characteristics are described first, followed by the explanations of the housing subjects. Appendix C—Provides information on confidentiality of the data, allocations and substitutions, and sources of errors in the data. Appendix D—Explains the residence rules used in counting the population and housing units, presents a brief overview of data collection operations, and describes processing procedures used to convert data from unedited questionnaires to final 1990 publications and tapes. This appendix also clarifies the procedures used to collect data for persons abroad at the time of the census, where persons on military bases or away at school were counted, how data were collected for persons in institutions, and which citizens of foreign countries were included in the U.S. data. Appendix E—Presents a facsimile of the 1990 census questionnaire pages and the respondent instructions used to collect the data in this report. I–3

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Appendix F—Summarizes the 1990 census data products program by describing the information available in printed reports and in other sources, such as microfiche or computer tape; and provides information on where to obtain assistance.

Appendix G—Contains maps depicting the geographic areas shown in this report.

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Subjects by Type of Geographic Area and Table Number
Subjects covered in this report are shown on the left side, and types of geographic areas are shown at the top. For definitions of area classifications, see appendix A. For definitions and explanations of subject characteristics, see appendix B. Race and Hispanic origin are indicated with reference letters in parentheses after the table numbers. When a range of table numbers is shown together with a reference letter, there is one table for each race and Hispanic group. Reference letters for population counts and characteristics by race and Hispanic origin are: (A) (B) (C) (D) White; Black; American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut; Asian or Pacific Islander; Hispanic origin; White, not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, Aleut, All Asian, Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Asian Indian, Korean, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Hmong, Laotian, Thai; All Pacific Islander, Hawaiian, Samoan, Guamanian Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Other Hispanic origin, Dominican, Central American, Costa Rican, Guatemalan, Honduran, Nicaraguan, Panamanian, Salvadoran, South American, Argentinean, Chilean, Colombian, Ecuadorian, Peruvian, Venezuelan, All other Hispanic origin Race by Hispanic origin Place and (in selected States) county subdivision1

The State

County

Subject

Total SUMMARY CHARACTERISTICS . . . . . . POPULATION COUNTS BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . SOCIAL CHARACTERISTICS Age. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20, 34, 45(A), 110(B), 119(C), 128(D) 17, 31 20, 34, 45(A), 111(B), 120(C), 129(D)

Urban, rural, size of place, and rural farm

Inside and outside metropolitan area

Total

Rural or rural farm

10,000 or more

2,500 to 9,999

American Indian and Alaska Native area2 14-16 ...

1-3, 8-13(A) 1-3, 8-13(A) 1-3, 8-13(A) 1-3, 8-13(A) 4-5(A-D) 4(A-D) 5(A-D) 6(A-D)

... 1-3, 8-13(A) 1-3, 8-13(A) 214(A), 218(A) 7(A-D) 7(A-D)

20, 56-61(A) 17 20, 62-67(A)

34, 140, 151(A) 56-61(A) 31 137

215, 219 169, 180(A)

196

222

Ancestry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Disability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

...

166

195 197

... 223

34, 140, 152(A) 62-67(A)

216, 220 169, 181(A)

Education: School enrollment and type of school, educational attainment . . . 22, 36, 47(A), 111(B), 120(C), 129(D) 21, 35, 46(A), 110(B), 119(C), 128(D) 22, 62-67(A) 36, 62-67(A) 142, 152(A), 160(B), 163(C) 141, 151(A), 160(B), 163(C) 215, 219 171, 181(A), 189(B), 192(C) 170, 180(A), 189(B), 192(C) 197, 205(A), 208(B), 211(C) 196, 205(A), 208(B), 211(C) 223

Fertility (children ever born) . . . . . . . . .

21, 56-61(A)

35, 56-61(A)

215, 219

222

Household and family characteristics: Household type and relationship . . . 21, 35, 46(A), 110(B), 119(C), 128(D) 21, 35, 46(A), 110(B), 119(C), 128(D) 21, 35, 46(A), 110(B), 119(C), 128(D) 21, 56-61(A) 35, 141, 151(A) 56-61(A) 215, 219 170, 180(A) 196 222

Selected living arrangements, unmarried partner households . . . .

21, 56-61(A)

35, 141, 151(A) 56-61(A)

... 170, 180(A)

196

222

Family type by presence of own children . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

21, 56-61(A)

35, 56-61(A)

141, 151(A), 160(B), 163(C)

215, 219

170, 180(A), 189(B), 192(C)

196, 205(A), 208(B), 211(C)

222

Language: Language spoken at home (detailed list) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Language spoken at home by ability to speak English. . . . . . . . . . . See footnotes at end of table. 18, 32 18, 32 18 18 32 32 138 138 ... ... 167 167 ... 195 ... ...

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Subjects by Type of Geographic Area and Table Number—Con.
Subjects covered in this report are shown on the left side, and types of geographic areas are shown at the top. For definitions of area classifications, see appendix A. For definitions and explanations of subject characteristics, see appendix B. Race and Hispanic origin are indicated with reference letters in parentheses after the table numbers. When a range of table numbers is shown together with a reference letter, there is one table for each race and Hispanic group. Reference letters for population counts and characteristics by race and Hispanic origin are: (A) (B) (C) (D) White; Black; American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut; Asian or Pacific Islander; Hispanic origin; White, not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, Aleut, All Asian, Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Asian Indian, Korean, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Hmong, Laotian, Thai; All Pacific Islander, Hawaiian, Samoan, Guamanian Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Other Hispanic origin, Dominican, Central American, Costa Rican, Guatemalan, Honduran, Nicaraguan, Panamanian, Salvadoran, South American, Argentinean, Chilean, Colombian, Ecuadorian, Peruvian, Venezuelan, All other Hispanic origin Race by Hispanic origin Place and (in selected States) county subdivision1

The State

County

Subject

Total SOCIAL CHARACTERISTICS —Con. Language:—Con. Ability to speak English by age, in households . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20, 34, 45(A), 111(B), 120(C), 129(D)

Urban, rural, size of place, and rural farm

Inside and outside metropolitan area

Total

Rural or rural farm

10,000 or more

2,500 to 9,999

American Indian and Alaska Native area2

20, 62-67(A)

34, 62-67(A)

140, 152(A), 160(B), 163(C)

215, 219

169, 181(A), 189(B), 192(C)

197, 205(A), 208(B), 211(C)

223

Nativity, citizenship, year of entry, and birthplace of foreign born: Nativity, citizenship, year of entry, area of birth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Birthplace of the foreign born . . . . . . Older population (60 years and over): Living arrangements, educational attainment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30, 44, 55(A), 118(B), 127(C), 136(D) 23, 37, 48(A), 112(B), 121(C), 130(D) 23, 37, 48(A), 112(B), 121(C), 130(D) 23, 37, 48(A), 114(B), 123(C), 132(D) 30, 104-109(A) 23, 68-73(A) 44, 150, 159(A) 104-109(A) 37, 68-73(A) 143, 153(A), 160(B), 163(C) 143, 153(A), 160(B), 163(C) ... 179, 188(A) 204 230 18, 32 19, 33 18 19 32 33 138 139 ... ... 167 168 195 ... ... ...

Place of birth and nativity . . . . . . . . . . .

216, 220

172, 182(A), 189(B), 192(C) 172, 182(A), 189(B), 192(C)

198, 205(A), 208(B), 211(C) 198, 205(A), 208(B), 211(C) 200

224

Residence in 1985 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

23, 68-73(A)

37, 68-73(A)

216, 220

224

Veteran status, period of service . . . . .

23, 80-85(A)

37, 143, 155(A) 80-85(A)

... 172, 184(A)

226

ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS Class of worker, workers in family in 1989. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27, 41, 52(A), 114(B), 123(C), 132(D) 27, 80-85(A) 41, 80-85(A) 147, 155(A), 161(B), 164(C) 217, 221 176, 184(A), 190(B), 193(C) 200, 206(A), 209(B), 212(C) 226

Commuting: Means of transportation and carpooling, travel time to work . . . . 23, 37, 48(A), 112(B), 121(C), 130(D) 23, 37, 48(A), 112(B), 121(C), 130(D) 23, 68-73(A) ... 37, 143, 153(A) 68-73(A) ... 143, 153(A) 216, 220 172, 182(A) 198 224

Place of work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

216, 220 172, 182(A)

198

224

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Subjects by Type of Geographic Area and Table Number—Con.
Subjects covered in this report are shown on the left side, and types of geographic areas are shown at the top. For definitions of area classifications, see appendix A. For definitions and explanations of subject characteristics, see appendix B. Race and Hispanic origin are indicated with reference letters in parentheses after the table numbers. When a range of table numbers is shown together with a reference letter, there is one table for each race and Hispanic group. Reference letters for population counts and characteristics by race and Hispanic origin are: (A) (B) (C) (D) White; Black; American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut; Asian or Pacific Islander; Hispanic origin; White, not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, Aleut, All Asian, Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Asian Indian, Korean, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Hmong, Laotian, Thai; All Pacific Islander, Hawaiian, Samoan, Guamanian Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Other Hispanic origin, Dominican, Central American, Costa Rican, Guatemalan, Honduran, Nicaraguan, Panamanian, Salvadoran, South American, Argentinean, Chilean, Colombian, Ecuadorian, Peruvian, Venezuelan, All other Hispanic origin Race by Hispanic origin Place and (in selected States) county subdivision1

The State

County

Subject

Total ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS —Con. Income: Income in 1989, median income in 1989 by selected characteristics, income type in 1989 . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Urban, rural, size of place, and rural farm

Inside and outside metropolitan area

Total

Rural or rural farm

10,000 or more

2,500 to 9,999

American Indian and Alaska Native area2

28, 42, 53(A), 116(B), 125(C), 134(D) 26, 40, 51(A), 112(B), 121(C), 130(D)

28, 92-97(A)

42, 92-97(A)

148, 157(A), 162(B), 165(C) 146, 153(A), 161(B), 164(C)

217, 221

177, 186(A), 191(B), 194(C) 175, 182(A), 190(B), 193(C)

202, 207(A), 210(B), 213(C) 198, 206(A), 209(B), 212(C)

228

Industry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

26, 68-73(A)

40, 68-73(A)

216, 220

224

Labor force: Labor force status, presence of own children . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24, 38, 49(A), 113(B), 122(C), 131(D) 24, 74-79(A) 38, 74-79(A) 144, 154(A), 161(B), 164(C) 216, 220 173, 183(A), 190(B), 193(C) 199, 206(A), 209(B), 212(C) 200 225

Labor force status of family members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

21, 35, 46(A), 114(B), 123(C), 132(D) 22, 36, 47(A), 114(B), 123(C), 132(D) 25, 39, 50(A), 115(B), 124(C), 133(D)

21, 80-85(A)

35, 141, 155(A) 80-85(A)

... 170, 184(A)

226

School enrollment and labor force status. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

22, 80-85(A) 25, 86-91(A)

36, 142, 155(A) 80-85(A) 39, 86-91(A) 145, 156(A), 161(B), 164(C) 147

216, 220 171, 184(A)

200

226

Occupation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

217, 221

174, 185(A), 190(B), 193(C) 176

201, 206(A), 209(B), 212(C) ...

227

Last occupation of experienced unemployed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Older population (60 years and over): Income in 1989, poverty status in 1989 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Poverty status: All income levels in 1989, income in 1989 below the poverty level . . .

27, 41, 52(A)

27

41

...

...

30, 44, 55(A), 118(B), 127(C), 136(D)

30, 104-109(A)

44, 150, 159(A) 104-109(A)

... 179, 188(A)

204

230

29, 43, 54(A), 117(B), 126(C), 135(D) 27, 41, 52(A), 114(B), 123(C), 132(D)

29, 98-103(A)

43, 98-103(A)

149, 158(A), 162(B), 165(C) 147, 155(A), 161(B), 164(C)

217, 221

178, 187(A), 191(B), 194(C) 176, 184(A), 190(B), 193(C)

203, 207(A), 210(B), 213(C) 200, 206(A), 209(B), 212(C)

229

Work status in 1989 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

27, 80-85(A)

41, 80-85(A)

216, 220

226

... Not applicable for this report.
1 The selected States are: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Wisconsin. 2 Characteristics are shown only for the American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut households.

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USER NOTES

Additional information concerning this 1990 census product may be available at a later date. If you wish to receive these User Notes, contact: Data User Services Division Customer Services Bureau of the Census Washington, DC 20233 301-763-4100 Questions concerning the content of this report may be directed to: Population Division Bureau of the Census Washington, DC 20233

User Note 2
The user should note that there are limitations to many of these data. Please refer to the text provided with this report for further explanations on the limitations of the data.

User Note 3
The estimated population totals for persons in group quarters, specifically by group quarters type, that are based on census sample tabulations may differ from comparable figures shown in 100-percent tabulations. Such differences result, in part, from sampling variability which occurs because information was obtained from a sample of the population rather than from all persons. Differences also occur because of nonsampling errors which affect the 100-percent and sample data. Examples of nonsampling errors include respondent and enumerator errors, processing errors, and nonresponse. The 100-percent data are the official counts and should be used as the source for data on group quarters type when the primary focus is on counts of the population in group quarters, especially for small areas such as census tracts/ BNA’s or blocks. When the group quarters population is shown by characteristics covered only on a sample basis (for example, education, labor force status, income, etc.), the sample figures should be used within the context of the sampling variability associated with them. For more information on the limitations of 100-percent and sample data for persons in group quarters and the classification of group quarters type, see appendix B. Reasons for the differences between 100-percent and sample totals will be an important focus of post-census research and evaluation.

ADDITIONAL DEFINITIONS AND EXPLANATIONS OF DATA GENERAL User Note 1
Age Reporting—Review of detailed 1990 information indicated that respondents tended to provide their age as of the date of completion of the questionnaire, not their age on April 1, 1990. In addition, there may have been a tendency for respondents to round up their age if they were close to having a birthday. It is likely that approximately 10 percent of persons in most age groups are actually 1 year younger. For most single years of age, the misstatements are largely offsetting. The problem is most pronounced at age 0 because persons lost to age 1 may not have been fully offset by the inclusion of babies born after April 1, 1990, and because there may have been more rounding up to age 1 to avoid reporting age as 0 years. (Age in completed months was not collected for infants under age 1.) The reporting of age 1 year older than age on April 1, 1990, is likely to have been greater in areas where the census data were collected later in 1990. The magnitude of this problem was much less in the three previous censuses where age was typically derived from respondent data on year of birth and quarter of birth. (For more information on the design of the age question, see the discussion on comparability under ‘‘Age’’ in appendix B.) USER NOTES

User Note 4
Estimated population and housing unit totals based on tabulations from only the sample questionnaires (sample tabulations) may differ from the official counts as tabulated from every census questionnaire (100-percent tabulations). Such differences result, in part, because the sample tabulations are based on information from a sample of households rather than from all households (sampling error). Differences also can occur because the interview situation (length of questionnaire, effect of the interviewer, III–1

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etc.) and the processing rules differ between the 100percent and sample tabulations. These types of differences are referred to as nonsampling errors. (For more information on nonsampling error, see appendix C.) The 100-percent data are the official counts and should be used as the source of information on population and housing items collected on the 100-percent questionnaire, such as age, race, Hispanic origin, number of rooms, and tenure. This is especially appropriate when the primary focus is on counts of the population or housing units for small areas such as census tracts/ BNA’s, block groups, and for American Indian and Alaska Native areas. For estimates of counts of persons and housing units by characteristics asked only on a sample basis (such as education, labor force status, income, and source of water), the sample estimates should be used within the context of the error associated with them. Many users are interested in tabulations of items collected on the sample cross-classified by items collected on a 100-percent basis such as age, race, sex, Hispanic origin, and housing units by tenure. Given the way the weights were applied during sample tabulations, generally, there is exact agreement between sample estimates and 100-percent counts for total population and total housing units for most geographic areas. At the State level and higher geographic levels, sample estimates and 100-percent counts for population by age, sex, race, and Hispanic origin and for housing units by tenure, number of rooms and so on would be reasonably similar and, in some cases, the same. At smaller geographic levels, including census tract/ BNA, there is still general agreement between 100-percent counts and sample estimates of total population or housing units. At smaller geographic levels, however, there will be expected differences between sample estimates and 100-percent counts for population by age, sex, race, and Hispanic origin and for housing units by tenure, number of rooms and so on. In these cases, users may want to consider using derived measures (such as means and medians) or percent distributions. Whether using absolute numbers or derived measures for small population groups and for a small number of housing units in small geographic areas, users should be cautioned that the sampling error associated with these data may be large. Even though the differences between sample estimates and 100-percent counts for these categories are generally small, the differences for the American Indian, as well as the Hispanic origin populations, are relatively larger than for other groups. The following provides some explanation for these differences. State-level sample estimates of the number of American Indians are generally higher than the corresponding 100-percent counts. It appears the differences are primarily the result of proportionately higher reporting of ‘‘Cherokee’’ tribe on sample questionnaires. This phenomenon

occurs primarily in off-reservation areas. The reasons for the greater reporting of Cherokee on sample forms are not fully known at this time. The Census Bureau will do research to provide more information on this phenomenon. For the Hispanic origin population, sample estimates at the State level are generally lower than the corresponding 100-percent counts. The majority of difference is caused by the 100-percent and sample processing of the Hispanic question on the sample questionnaire when the respondent did not mark any response category. When processing the sample, we used written entries in race or Hispanic origin as well as responses to questions only asked on the sample, such as ancestry and place of birth. These procedures led to a lower proportion of persons being assigned as Hispanic in sample processing than were assigned during 100-percent processing. The Census Bureau will evaluate the effectiveness of the 100-percent and sample procedures. As in previous censuses, the Census Bureau will evaluate the quality of the data and make this information available to data users. In the meanwhile, both 100percent and sample data serve very important purposes and, therefore, should be used within the limitations of the sampling and nonsampling errors.

User Note 5
Thresholds and Complementary Thresholds—To show characteristics for a large number of racial and Hispanic groups and to avoid using a large number of pages to show characteristics for small population groups, population thresholds are used in some tables in this report. Also, complementary population thresholds are used in some tables to avoid showing largely repetitive data for the White population and for the White, not of Hispanic origin population. Specifically, complementary thresholds are used to limit the presentation of characteristics for the White population when the population of races other than White is small and for the White, not of Hispanic origin population when the Hispanic origin population is small. For example, assume that the threshold and complementary threshold are 1,000 in a table showing data by race and Hispanic origin for counties. The threshold of 1,000 applies to each group, and in addition, the complementary threshold of 1,000 applies to White and to White, not of Hispanic origin. Figure 1, shown on the next page, illustrates how the threshold and complementary threshold for race and Hispanic origin apply for a hypothetical county. (For simplicity, it is assumed that the ‘‘Other race’’ population of the county is zero because characteristics are not shown for the ‘‘Other race’’ population below the State level.) Thresholds are calculated for each race and

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Figure 1. Thresholds and Complementary Thresholds
Race and Hispanic origin All persons White Population 15,300 13,800 Characteristics shown Yes Yes Reason Threshold does not apply to total population. Threshold and complementary threshold apply. There are 1,000 or more White persons, and there are 1,000 or more persons of races other than White. Threshold applies. There are 1,000 or more Black persons. Threshold applies. There are fewer than 1,000 American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut persons. Threshold applies. There are fewer than 1,000 Asian or Pacific Islander persons. Threshold applies. There are fewer than 1,000 Hispanic persons. Threshold and complementary threshold apply. There are 1,000 or more White, not of Hispanic origin persons, but there are fewer than 1,000 Hispanic origin persons.

Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin (of any race) White, not of Hispanic origin

1,100 100 300 300 13,500

Yes No No No No

Hispanic origin population subgroup as shown in figure 2 below. (For more information on the race and Hispanic origin categories, see appendix B.) The Census Bureau provides data in greater subjectmatter and geographic detail on summary tape files (STF’s) than in printed reports. Each printed report is derived from a specific summary tape file. For data not shown in a report because of the application of thresholds or complementary thresholds, see the corresponding summary tape file. For more information on computer tapes and other data products, see appendix F.

User Note 6
The Hispanic origin groups included in the category, ‘‘All other Hispanic origin,’’ may vary among some data products. Persons of Hispanic origin are those who classified Figure 2. Race and Hispanic Population Subgroups
Race White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander All Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai All Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Hispanic origin Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan All other Hispanic origin

themselves in one of the specific Hispanic origin groups listed on the census questionnaire—‘‘Mexican,’’ ‘‘Puerto Rican,’’ ‘‘Cuban,’’ or ‘‘other Spanish/ Hispanic’’ origin. In the tables of this report, the category, ‘‘All other Hispanic origin’’ includes only those persons who reported ‘‘other Spanish/ Hispanic,’’ and are not included in the specific groups listed under ‘‘Other Hispanic.’’ In other selected data products, ‘‘All other Hispanic origin’’ is a residual category that includes all persons who reported any Hispanic origin group but were not tabulated in any of the Hispanic origin groups listed in the table. (For more information on Hispanic origin categories, see appendix B.)

User Note 7
A processing error in Summary Tape File 4 affected the data in tables 13, 54, 55, 103, 109, 135, 136, 158, 159, 187, 188, and 207 in this report. This error affected selected income and poverty characteristics for the ‘‘not of Hispanic population by race.’’ Corrected data will be produced at a later date. For more information, contact the Income Statistics Branch on 301-763-8576 or the Poverty and Wealth Statistics Branch on 301-763-8578.

User Note 8
In this report, counties containing no rural population are shown in tables 214 through 217 but are excluded from tables 218 through 221, showing rural farm. However, for counties with rural population and no farm population, the counties are shown in tables 218 through 221, with a dash ‘‘–’’ to represent zero for the corresponding data lines.

User Note 9
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User Note 10
Tables that do not apply threshold or complementary threshold for racial and Hispanic origin groups include places and county subdivisions based on the 100-percent population counts for each place and county subdivision. Tables that apply threshold or complementary threshold for racial and Hispanic origin groups include places and county subdivisions based on the sample population counts for each place and county subdivision.

GEOGRAPHIC NAMES AND PRESENTATION GENERAL User Note 1
The latitude and longitude values shown by tick marks in the margins of the County Subdivision Outline Maps in appendix G are approximate. They are shown only for general reference. They are displayed accurately on the State and County Outline Maps.

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Summary of Social Characteristics: 1990
All persons Persons 5 years and over Percent who speak a language other than English at home Persons enrolled in elementary or high school Percent in private school 16.5 Persons 16 to 19 years Percent not enrolled in school and not high school graduate 10.4 Persons 25 years and over

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
The State

Total 666 168

Percent foreign born 3.3

Foreign born persons Percent entered 1980 to 1990 33.1

Native persons Percent born in State of residence 51.9

Percent living in different house in 1985 46.2

Percent living in different State or abroad in 1985 16.5

Total 6.9

And do not speak English " very well" 2.4

Persons 18 to 24 years Percent enrolled in college 38.3

Percent high school graduate or higher 77.5

Percent with bachelor’s degree or higher 21.4

Persons under 18 Children years ever born Percent per 1,000 living women 35 with two to 44 parents years 71.6 1 868

URBAN AND RURAL AND SIZE OF PLACE
Urban Inside urbanized area Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural Place of 1,000 to 2,499 Place of less than 1,000 Other rural Rural farm 487 459 99 360 27 27 178 15 11 152 6 338 494 058 436 844 – 844 830 457 048 325 486 3.9 4.0 3.5 4.1 2.3 – 2.3 1.9 2.5 1.9 1.8 .7 33.4 33.1 28.7 34.1 43.3 – 43.3 31.6 37.4 23.7 31.3 – 50.6 50.1 55.9 48.5 58.2 – 58.2 55.4 54.1 49.0 56.0 64.6 47.4 47.3 47.6 47.3 48.6 – 48.6 43.0 43.6 40.8 43.1 19.9 17.8 18.0 15.6 18.7 14.2 – 14.2 12.8 13.6 14.7 12.5 4.8 7.5 7.7 10.6 6.8 4.9 – 4.9 5.1 4.9 4.5 5.2 8.2 2.5 2.5 4.0 2.1 1.9 – 1.9 2.0 2.0 1.8 2.0 5.2 19.4 20.4 12.6 22.7 4.6 – 4.6 8.8 4.9 4.6 9.5 24.0 8.9 8.8 14.3 7.3 10.9 – 10.9 15.1 19.3 13.5 14.8 22.9 42.5 43.4 29.7 47.0 22.4 – 22.4 21.8 20.9 22.7 21.9 31.7 80.3 81.0 71.4 83.6 69.3 – 69.3 70.2 71.9 70.3 70.0 69.4 24.6 25.3 20.9 26.5 13.1 – 13.1 13.2 16.1 12.7 12.9 12.6 70.2 70.9 47.6 77.4 59.7 – 59.7 75.3 69.9 67.9 76.4 89.5 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 1 2 832 821 860 810 043 – 043 971 868 001 979 453

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN AREA
Inside metropolitan area In central city Not in central city Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Rural Outside metropolitan area Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural 441 71 370 340 337 3 29 224 74 50 24 946 529 417 949 115 834 468 222 860 850 010 – 24 010 149 362 3.9 3.5 4.0 4.1 4.1 .9 2.9 2.2 3.3 3.6 2.5 – 2.5 1.7 34.3 28.8 35.2 34.6 34.7 19.4 44.5 29.1 31.0 26.5 44.7 – 44.7 27.2 51.9 62.3 49.9 49.2 49.0 61.2 57.9 51.9 45.8 40.1 57.7 – 57.7 54.9 45.9 42.9 46.4 46.6 46.6 49.0 44.6 47.0 55.5 58.8 48.5 – 48.5 42.7 16.6 10.8 17.7 18.2 18.3 10.7 12.1 16.1 22.7 26.6 14.7 – 14.7 12.9 7.5 11.7 6.7 6.8 6.9 2.4 5.6 5.5 6.5 7.0 5.3 – 5.3 5.0 2.5 4.7 2.1 2.1 2.1 1.3 1.7 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.0 – 2.0 2.1 22.0 14.1 23.7 24.0 24.3 6.8 19.8 6.4 5.9 6.7 4.3 – 4.3 6.7 9.2 18.8 7.6 7.2 7.2 14.1 13.6 13.0 9.1 8.6 10.5 – 10.5 15.3 43.4 18.6 47.2 48.1 48.4 17.7 29.8 26.5 34.7 37.9 23.2 – 23.2 20.3 80.6 67.7 83.2 83.7 83.9 69.4 77.4 71.3 77.1 81.2 69.3 – 69.3 68.7 25.2 18.9 26.5 26.9 27.1 6.6 21.9 13.9 19.3 22.2 14.0 – 14.0 11.5 71.8 41.1 78.0 77.4 77.5 63.6 85.4 71.3 67.4 71.1 59.0 – 59.0 73.4 817 893 803 794 792 939 897 979 961 917 062 – 2 062 1 987 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2

COUNTY
Kent County New Castle County Sussex County 110 993 441 946 113 229 2.6 3.9 1.8 23.9 34.3 36.4 50.2 51.9 53.6 49.5 45.9 44.5 17.9 16.6 14.5 6.4 7.5 4.6 2.5 2.5 1.6 7.3 22.0 5.4 12.5 9.2 13.6 30.3 43.4 21.1 73.1 80.6 69.7 15.0 25.2 13.0 72.5 71.8 70.0 2 049 1 817 1 910

PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
Brookside CDP Claymont CDP Dover city Dover Base Housing CDP Edgemoor CDP Elsmere town Georgetown town Highland Acres CDP Laurel town Middletown town Milford city Newark city New Castle city Pike Creek CDP Seaford city Smyrna town Stanton CDP Talleyville CDP Wilmington city Wilmington Manor CDP 15 9 27 4 5 5 3 3 3 3 6 25 4 10 5 5 5 6 71 8 307 800 529 349 853 935 732 151 244 834 108 098 837 163 695 231 028 346 529 568 3.1 2.6 3.7 4.7 5.8 4.3 1.0 4.3 .9 .9 2.7 5.9 2.7 4.9 3.5 3.4 4.6 5.2 3.5 1.4 40.3 29.0 28.7 33.5 61.0 42.6 10.3 – 28.6 19.4 7.4 59.8 34.4 34.3 73.7 56.5 34.8 18.0 28.8 4.2 48.6 38.5 39.2 21.6 50.9 72.2 59.7 39.1 62.5 61.2 59.0 30.8 68.4 39.0 53.4 56.6 63.3 42.4 62.3 63.1 42.4 46.9 59.9 88.4 46.2 35.6 47.5 41.2 44.4 49.0 51.0 66.4 30.5 59.4 49.6 47.8 33.5 36.3 42.9 31.5 13.3 21.0 28.1 64.2 19.3 7.3 14.5 18.6 11.8 10.7 12.0 38.7 9.5 28.6 18.9 15.4 6.2 17.8 10.8 7.4 5.5 5.5 7.6 11.5 11.4 8.1 4.1 4.5 3.0 2.4 7.0 7.6 7.5 7.9 5.3 5.8 7.1 7.4 11.7 5.5 1.3 1.8 2.3 2.1 4.4 2.4 1.3 1.5 .8 1.3 2.4 2.1 2.6 2.0 3.1 1.5 2.2 2.3 4.7 1.7 22.0 18.6 8.4 2.8 11.5 25.4 2.7 11.7 5.5 6.8 5.4 17.8 28.4 31.7 7.0 .4 23.4 27.4 14.1 11.2 7.6 16.0 7.6 6.2 10.6 14.7 15.2 7.1 6.9 14.1 11.7 .4 2.6 5.1 12.3 6.5 2.4 – 18.8 12.5 35.0 18.4 45.0 18.3 14.3 17.8 18.8 40.7 19.0 17.7 25.4 90.9 26.7 40.9 23.7 26.8 38.7 57.8 18.6 35.2 80.3 76.4 82.2 91.1 81.6 71.0 69.8 90.9 57.6 69.4 72.9 89.6 77.6 94.3 72.7 67.7 77.8 89.8 67.7 72.5 18.0 13.9 26.5 15.8 23.6 8.5 13.4 35.4 9.8 6.6 15.0 47.6 16.5 48.8 18.5 10.9 10.0 39.0 18.9 8.8 76.6 63.0 66.0 91.6 63.8 71.4 60.6 86.9 48.2 63.6 57.6 83.7 64.8 84.2 64.4 62.2 70.0 85.6 41.1 71.1 1 1 1 2 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 831 445 771 324 425 061 005 108 103 939 189 695 617 240 868 132 155 849 893 044

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Table 2.

Summary of Labor Force and Commuting Characteristics: 1990
Persons 16 years and over Percent in labor force Own children under 6 years in families and subfamilies Employed persons 16 years and over Workers 16 years and over

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
The State

Female Living with two parents Percent with both parents in labor force 61.2 Living with one parent Percent with parent in labor force 67.5

Percent at work 35 or more hours in reference week

Total 68.3

Male 76.2

Total 61.1

With own children under 6 years 65.7

Civilian labor force Percent unemployed 4.0

Total 78.0

Male 85.6

Female 69.6

Percent government workers (local, State, or Federal) 13.3

Percent in manufacturing industries 18.8

Percent in carpools 12.9

Percent using public transportation 2.4

Mean travel time to work (minutes) 20.0

URBAN AND RURAL AND SIZE OF PLACE
Urban Inside urbanized area Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural Place of 1,000 to 2,499 Place of less than 1,000 Other rural Rural farm 69.4 70.2 66.1 71.3 57.1 – 57.1 65.2 61.0 60.6 66.0 70.2 77.4 78.0 73.0 79.3 65.9 – 65.9 73.2 71.9 69.7 73.5 80.5 62.4 63.1 60.3 64.0 49.8 – 49.8 57.5 52.0 52.9 58.5 59.7 66.2 66.2 64.6 66.5 65.7 – 65.7 64.4 67.6 71.1 63.7 58.9 61.8 61.7 62.5 61.5 64.9 – 64.9 59.4 63.9 67.4 58.5 49.6 68.8 69.1 58.9 75.6 65.3 – 65.3 63.1 73.3 70.9 61.2 71.4 4.0 3.9 6.4 3.3 5.3 – 5.3 4.0 4.4 4.1 4.0 1.2 78.1 78.0 78.6 77.9 79.0 – 79.0 78.0 77.2 75.9 78.2 77.2 86.0 85.9 84.3 86.3 86.6 – 86.6 84.8 85.1 83.0 84.9 82.5 69.6 69.6 73.1 68.7 70.6 – 70.6 69.6 68.2 68.2 69.8 69.8 12.6 12.3 18.3 10.9 18.5 – 18.5 15.4 17.3 16.5 15.1 17.1 19.1 19.1 15.6 19.9 20.4 – 20.4 17.8 15.9 15.7 18.1 9.5 12.5 12.4 14.3 12.0 13.8 – 13.8 13.9 11.4 13.8 14.1 10.6 3.0 3.1 6.9 2.2 1.2 – 1.2 .7 .4 .5 .7 .7 19.5 19.5 17.5 20.0 20.1 – 20.1 21.2 18.7 20.2 21.5 19.9

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN AREA
Inside metropolitan area In central city Not in central city Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Rural Outside metropolitan area Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural 69.6 64.7 70.6 71.1 71.1 71.2 64.7 65.6 66.2 71.6 55.0 – 55.0 65.3 77.1 70.8 78.2 79.1 79.1 77.9 69.5 74.4 75.2 80.3 64.0 – 64.0 74.0 62.9 59.7 63.5 63.8 63.8 65.4 59.3 57.6 58.3 63.7 47.5 – 47.5 57.2 66.0 64.1 66.3 66.6 66.6 67.3 62.9 65.1 65.7 65.8 65.5 – 65.5 64.7 61.8 63.2 61.6 61.9 61.9 60.1 58.9 60.0 60.8 59.2 65.8 – 65.8 59.6 70.2 59.7 75.9 76.0 76.0 75.9 74.8 62.6 63.2 62.9 63.7 – 63.7 62.2 3.8 7.1 3.2 3.2 3.2 5.7 3.3 4.4 4.9 4.8 5.2 – 5.2 4.1 78.4 80.0 78.1 78.0 78.0 79.0 79.4 77.4 76.6 75.6 79.0 – 79.0 77.7 86.3 84.9 86.5 86.4 86.4 86.0 88.3 84.2 84.5 83.5 86.7 – 86.7 84.1 69.6 75.3 68.6 68.6 68.6 71.5 67.7 69.6 68.8 68.2 70.4 – 70.4 69.9 11.0 14.7 10.4 10.1 10.1 15.8 14.2 18.4 24.6 26.9 19.1 – 19.1 15.6 19.6 16.0 20.2 20.1 20.1 20.2 20.8 17.0 16.6 15.0 20.4 – 20.4 17.2 12.5 14.7 12.1 12.0 11.9 15.3 13.5 13.7 13.2 13.1 13.6 – 13.6 14.0 3.2 9.6 2.2 2.3 2.3 1.3 .7 .7 .8 .7 1.2 – 1.2 .6 20.3 18.1 20.6 20.3 20.2 27.9 24.8 19.3 17.0 16.5 18.6 – 18.6 20.5

COUNTY
Kent County New Castle County Sussex County 69.4 69.6 62.1 78.9 77.1 70.1 60.6 62.9 54.8 63.3 66.0 67.1 57.6 61.8 62.9 62.3 70.2 63.0 4.7 3.8 4.1 77.8 78.4 76.9 85.3 86.3 83.2 69.5 69.6 69.6 23.0 11.0 13.8 16.7 19.6 17.3 14.4 12.5 13.0 .6 3.2 .8 19.7 20.3 18.9

PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
Brookside CDP Claymont CDP Dover city Dover Base Housing CDP Edgemoor CDP Elsmere town Georgetown town Highland Acres CDP Laurel town Middletown town Milford city Newark city New Castle city Pike Creek CDP Seaford city Smyrna town Stanton CDP Talleyville CDP Wilmington city Wilmington Manor CDP 78.5 71.7 69.6 81.1 69.0 66.9 47.0 70.8 51.8 71.2 57.4 58.0 68.9 83.3 55.6 59.4 68.1 66.8 64.7 69.6 84.1 78.2 78.2 96.4 75.6 73.4 47.0 80.7 64.8 77.9 67.3 64.1 75.7 91.4 70.3 69.0 76.0 75.1 70.8 78.9 73.1 65.9 61.8 66.5 63.5 61.2 47.0 61.9 42.4 65.4 48.9 52.7 62.6 76.0 45.7 51.5 60.9 59.4 59.7 60.9 67.3 71.0 65.9 58.0 68.4 74.9 62.9 42.4 54.9 67.3 68.5 68.4 77.7 64.2 60.7 81.5 72.7 61.4 64.1 70.7 62.5 61.1 61.4 52.9 65.7 50.0 55.3 37.1 52.7 60.1 63.6 62.8 64.5 59.9 66.9 85.8 79.4 58.1 63.2 72.3 67.2 82.0 55.5 92.6 59.7 93.8 63.2 47.8 68.8 75.9 56.5 87.0 79.5 87.5 47.2 83.3 69.1 100.0 59.7 74.9 2.4 4.2 4.6 6.9 3.4 3.1 4.1 2.4 8.8 5.7 4.7 3.2 5.4 3.0 5.1 4.8 2.0 3.0 7.1 3.6 78.5 76.1 74.9 68.0 84.5 80.6 77.6 74.4 76.2 79.0 78.5 57.5 81.7 82.9 80.4 80.4 76.8 72.7 80.0 78.6 85.0 84.7 82.8 87.3 91.7 88.4 85.3 79.6 88.0 86.0 83.6 70.4 89.1 87.6 87.6 89.7 81.4 83.4 84.9 86.3 71.5 67.4 67.4 60.0 77.3 72.8 68.9 68.9 62.8 71.5 72.5 43.9 73.5 77.8 72.8 70.0 71.6 60.6 75.3 69.7 11.7 10.0 27.8 38.4 13.2 6.9 23.8 27.6 9.1 15.8 16.5 13.9 16.8 6.8 15.6 27.5 6.7 7.1 14.7 10.3 20.0 16.9 14.5 8.5 15.0 20.3 16.9 10.0 24.0 20.2 20.0 12.2 19.0 25.3 23.5 18.1 18.4 19.7 16.0 18.0 12.4 15.3 13.5 15.2 13.2 13.5 10.4 8.7 11.7 15.3 11.4 9.6 14.1 10.5 15.1 17.3 11.7 8.9 14.7 12.2 1.5 2.8 .8 .4 8.5 4.3 .3 .2 3.2 1.3 .3 2.3 3.2 1.9 2.5 .5 2.0 3.6 9.6 1.0 19.1 19.8 16.0 12.8 20.7 18.0 17.0 15.4 22.5 27.9 16.1 18.2 19.2 23.4 15.9 23.3 18.0 18.3 18.1 18.3

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Summary of Occupation, Income, and Poverty Characteristics: 1990
Median income in 1989 (dollars) Median income in 1989 of year-round full-time workers (dollars)

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
The State

Percent of employed persons 16 years and over

Income in 1989 below poverty level

Percent of persons for whom poverty status is determined Manageri- Technical, al and sales, and profesadminissional trative specialty support occupaoccupations tions 26.6 34.0 Precision producOperation, tors, fabcraft, and ricators, repair oc- and laborcupations ers 11.9 13.2

Service occupations 12.6

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 1.8

Households 34 875

Families 40 252

Per capita income in 1989 (dollars) 15 854

Male 30 222

Female 20 256

All ages 8.7

Related children under 18 years 11.7

65 years and over 10.1

Percent of families 6.1

URBAN AND RURAL AND SIZE OF PLACE
Urban Inside urbanized area Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural Place of 1,000 to 2,499 Place of less than 1,000 Other rural Rural farm 29.1 29.3 27.1 29.8 23.9 – 23.9 19.5 22.8 18.3 19.3 16.8 35.8 36.1 32.9 36.9 28.2 – 28.2 28.9 29.0 30.8 28.7 20.4 12.5 12.3 18.5 10.8 15.7 – 15.7 12.9 16.1 15.4 12.4 10.4 .8 .8 .7 .8 1.2 – 1.2 4.7 2.0 3.2 5.1 28.7 10.2 10.1 8.2 10.6 12.7 – 12.7 16.5 15.4 14.0 16.8 13.3 11.7 11.3 12.6 11.0 18.3 – 18.3 17.5 14.8 18.2 17.7 10.4 36 37 27 40 24 24 30 26 26 30 34 517 233 606 078 868 – 868 325 975 464 988 507 42 43 33 45 29 29 34 34 30 34 37 553 556 402 993 694 – 694 581 500 582 944 432 16 16 14 17 11 11 14 13 12 14 15 431 728 214 419 531 – 531 282 827 418 463 793 31 31 26 32 25 25 25 25 24 25 26 321 585 266 442 076 – 076 830 870 066 932 560 21 21 19 21 16 16 16 17 15 17 16 245 447 615 898 207 – 207 931 033 934 012 178 8.4 8.1 16.6 5.8 14.2 – 14.2 9.5 10.7 10.2 9.3 9.9 11.2 10.7 25.2 6.7 18.5 – 18.5 13.1 15.9 15.1 12.8 16.9 9.4 8.8 15.9 6.3 16.6 – 16.6 11.5 11.7 8.8 11.8 7.9 5.9 5.6 13.7 3.6 10.6 – 10.6 6.8 7.6 7.2 6.7 5.4

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN AREA
Inside metropolitan area In central city Not in central city Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Rural Outside metropolitan area Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural 29.2 25.6 29.8 30.0 30.1 16.5 27.9 20.8 27.5 28.4 25.4 – 25.4 17.8 36.1 32.1 36.8 37.2 37.3 28.1 31.2 29.3 31.3 32.7 28.2 – 28.2 28.4 12.0 20.4 10.6 10.6 10.6 15.0 9.6 13.9 14.7 14.3 15.8 – 15.8 13.6 1.0 .9 1.0 .8 .8 1.0 3.5 3.7 .7 .5 1.2 – 1.2 5.0 10.4 7.8 10.9 10.5 10.5 15.8 15.2 15.0 11.0 10.5 12.2 – 12.2 16.8 11.3 13.1 11.0 10.9 10.7 23.6 12.7 17.3 14.6 13.5 17.3 – 17.3 18.5 617 389 015 658 794 044 648 116 027 139 132 – 24 132 28 156 38 26 41 40 40 30 46 28 28 30 24 45 31 47 46 46 33 50 32 32 34 28 216 140 102 832 996 963 822 205 459 407 767 – 28 767 32 099 442 256 058 717 788 438 000 724 655 179 546 – 11 546 12 759 17 14 18 17 17 11 22 12 12 13 11 298 381 356 106 194 750 757 080 481 361 769 – 24 769 23 866 32 26 33 33 33 26 35 24 24 24 24 21 20 22 22 22 16 22 16 17 17 16 774 157 104 086 136 594 462 583 165 671 054 – 16 054 16 341 7.5 18.1 5.5 5.5 5.5 9.0 4.9 11.0 12.4 11.1 15.1 – 15.1 10.4 9.5 26.9 6.0 6.1 6.0 12.4 4.3 15.8 17.7 16.9 19.6 – 19.6 14.8 8.6 17.4 6.3 6.1 6.0 15.0 8.5 12.5 14.0 11.5 16.7 – 16.7 12.0 5.0 15.1 3.3 3.4 3.3 5.2 3.0 8.2 9.8 9.0 11.5 – 11.5 7.5

COUNTY
Kent County New Castle County Sussex County 22.3 29.2 19.4 30.5 36.1 28.2 13.3 12.0 14.5 2.5 1.0 4.8 14.0 10.4 15.9 17.4 11.3 17.2 29 497 38 617 26 904 33 594 45 216 31 112 12 726 17 442 12 723 24 580 32 298 23 511 17 091 21 774 16 086 11.3 7.5 10.7 16.6 9.5 15.0 13.1 8.6 12.2 8.7 5.0 7.8

PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
Brookside CDP Claymont CDP Dover city Dover Base Housing CDP Edgemoor CDP Elsmere town Georgetown town Highland Acres CDP Laurel town Middletown town Milford city Newark city New Castle city Pike Creek CDP Seaford city Smyrna town Stanton CDP Talleyville CDP Wilmington city Wilmington Manor CDP 21.2 19.6 30.8 22.8 28.0 15.7 23.7 44.3 20.5 16.5 29.1 37.2 26.3 44.5 26.2 23.6 20.1 43.4 25.6 16.1 37.1 34.8 34.7 44.4 38.7 39.7 31.1 31.3 26.1 28.1 28.8 35.9 34.5 37.5 25.8 29.3 36.4 36.0 32.1 40.3 14.2 14.3 13.6 16.8 13.2 14.9 16.2 6.9 15.9 15.0 11.4 13.6 13.4 6.1 18.0 18.3 16.9 8.4 20.4 11.4 1.2 .9 .4 – .9 1.0 2.3 – .7 1.0 .2 1.1 1.3 .6 2.2 1.0 .9 .7 .9 .6 12.1 14.6 9.3 11.3 8.9 13.1 13.0 6.6 16.2 15.8 13.9 5.1 12.0 7.3 8.9 11.1 11.9 6.0 7.8 16.3 14.3 15.6 11.3 4.7 10.2 15.7 13.8 10.9 20.5 23.6 16.6 7.1 12.4 4.0 18.9 16.8 13.8 5.5 13.1 15.4 39 31 31 23 33 31 23 46 20 30 25 38 36 44 24 26 36 49 26 36 908 010 308 871 250 486 379 159 042 044 034 584 792 425 894 694 054 087 389 028 42 35 38 23 36 36 27 51 22 33 29 54 39 54 30 32 39 55 31 41 287 984 058 871 899 753 545 524 283 963 334 889 819 333 510 446 963 106 140 405 14 14 14 7 15 13 11 21 9 11 11 14 16 21 12 12 14 22 14 14 882 201 105 307 512 691 361 547 450 438 334 076 111 958 335 367 766 499 256 405 30 26 25 16 28 26 23 40 25 26 23 37 29 39 24 27 31 40 26 30 852 752 950 817 235 891 191 206 574 750 000 059 792 770 288 267 468 466 381 109 20 21 18 14 23 20 15 21 13 16 16 23 22 27 16 16 20 26 20 19 503 150 334 737 242 702 075 917 168 594 652 251 071 197 626 391 260 020 157 954 5.2 7.6 12.5 6.1 11.9 4.8 20.2 5.6 26.3 9.0 11.8 17.4 6.1 2.8 14.3 9.3 3.7 2.0 18.1 4.1 6.4 12.9 20.2 7.4 20.4 7.1 30.3 9.9 36.6 12.4 10.6 2.4 6.4 2.4 19.2 11.5 3.3 – 26.9 6.0 11.1 5.3 10.3 – 7.4 4.4 21.8 7.2 24.4 15.0 18.5 6.3 7.6 .9 11.5 10.3 2.9 6.1 17.4 3.7 3.9 5.3 10.1 4.1 8.8 4.6 15.5 5.3 21.1 5.2 6.0 1.8 3.4 1.1 13.8 6.1 1.8 1.3 15.1 3.1

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 4.

Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Place of 1,000 to 2,499

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Total

Inside urbanized area

Total

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Place of less than 1,000

Rural farm

RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai Other Asian Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Other Pacific Islander Other race 666 535 112 2 2 168 334 125 199 157 23 19 770 635 149 181 623 186 324 432 42 – 144 165 389 135 64 35 21 15 740 487 338 382 594 89 462 939 916 23 – 7 561 7 469 1 903 966 496 1 997 1 126 379 42 – 80 139 341 92 57 6 14 15 6 782 459 494 361 836 82 906 879 856 23 – 7 375 7 289 1 897 937 487 1 900 1 120 357 42 – 80 139 330 86 51 6 14 15 6 498 99 058 48 464 45 797 228 222 6 – 808 794 41 204 73 190 208 36 42 – – – – 14 – – 14 – 3 761 360 436 313 372 37 109 651 634 17 – 6 567 6 495 1 856 733 414 1 710 912 321 – – 80 139 330 72 51 6 – 15 2 737 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 27 844 20 758 6 556 60 60 – – 186 180 6 29 9 97 6 22 – – – – 11 6 6 – – – 284 178 152 22 1 1 830 740 663 260 241 – 19 1 209 1 166 246 215 127 189 198 53 – – 64 26 48 43 7 29 7 – 958 15 457 12 859 2 317 30 14 – 16 141 141 14 60 13 26 12 2 – – 10 – 4 – – – – – 110 11 048 9 638 1 216 93 90 – 3 73 40 – 3 – 5 17 – – – – 11 4 33 4 29 – – 28 6 486 6 061 348 56 56 – – 21 21 – – 4 17 – – – – – – – – – – – – –

8 8 2 1 2 1

7

HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Other Central American South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan Other South American All other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 168 151 613 163 856 3 519 204 549 57 66 34 32 258 102 – 984 198 89 401 24 95 79 98 1 782 651 017 666 15 2 8 338 925 990 278 806 2 851 157 494 49 60 10 32 253 90 – 821 192 89 318 24 90 33 75 1 379 474 413 487 12 1 7 459 12 1 7 494 344 717 113 806 2 708 157 486 49 60 10 32 250 85 – 812 192 89 309 24 90 33 75 1 253 447 150 99 058 5 668 478 4 356 148 686 18 199 28 39 – 10 122 – – 171 9 9 96 – 43 – 14 298 93 390 360 6 1 2 436 676 239 757 658 2 022 139 287 21 21 10 22 128 85 – 641 183 80 213 24 47 33 61 955 353 760 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 27 844 581 273 165 – 143 – 8 – – – – 3 5 – 9 – – 9 – – – – 126 27 263 178 830 2 226 623 885 50 668 47 55 8 6 24 – 5 12 – 163 6 – 83 – 5 46 23 403 176 604 15 457 256 80 100 – 76 – 12 – – – – – 12 – – – – – – – – – 64 15 201 11 048 138 9 64 4 61 – 8 – 6 – – 2 – – 5 – – – – 5 – – 48 10 910 6 486 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6 486

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Black Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Other race Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin 666 535 6 529 112 1 110 2 2 8 8 7 7 168 334 310 024 125 299 826 199 72 127 770 155 615 740 315 425 487 382 5 377 89 1 88 338 594 197 397 462 137 325 939 59 880 561 121 440 782 411 371 459 361 4 356 82 1 81 494 836 965 871 906 073 833 879 59 820 375 100 275 498 147 351 99 48 1 47 45 058 464 374 090 797 615 45 182 228 7 221 808 27 781 3 761 3 645 116 360 313 3 309 37 36 436 372 591 781 109 458 651 651 52 599 567 73 494 737 502 235 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 27 844 20 758 232 20 526 6 556 64 6 492 60 – 60 186 21 165 284 264 20 178 152 1 151 22 22 1 1 1 1 830 740 113 627 663 162 501 260 13 247 209 34 175 958 904 54 15 457 12 859 116 12 743 2 317 4 2 313 30 – 30 141 26 115 110 110 – 11 048 9 638 79 9 559 1 216 33 1 183 93 – 93 73 – 73 28 26 2 6 486 6 061 – 6 061 348 – 348 56 – 56 21 – 21 – – –

7 7 6 6

7 7 6 6

6 6 2 2

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Pacific Islander Other race 100.0 80.4 16.8 .3 .3 1.3 1.3 – 1.2 100.0 78.5 18.4 .2 .2 1.6 1.5 – 1.4 100.0 78.7 18.0 .2 .2 1.6 1.6 – 1.4 100.0 48.9 46.2 .2 .2 .8 .8 – 3.8 100.0 86.9 10.3 .2 .2 1.8 1.8 – .8 – – – – – – – – – 100.0 74.6 23.5 .2 .2 .7 .6 – 1.0 100.0 85.4 12.7 .7 .7 .7 .7 – .5 100.0 83.2 15.0 .2 .1 .9 .9 – .7 100.0 87.2 11.0 .8 .8 .7 .4 .3 .3 100.0 93.4 5.4 .9 .9 .3 .3 – –

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 2.3 .4 1.2 .1 .5 97.7 100.0 2.7 .4 1.5 .2 .6 97.3 100.0 2.7 .4 1.5 .2 .6 97.3 100.0 5.7 .5 4.4 .1 .7 94.3 100.0 1.9 .3 .8 .2 .6 98.1 – – – – – – – 100.0 2.1 1.0 .6 – .5 97.9 100.0 1.2 .3 .5 – .4 98.8 100.0 1.7 .5 .6 – .5 98.3 100.0 1.2 .1 .6 – .6 98.8 100.0 – – – – – 100.0

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 80.4 79.4 100.0 78.5 77.4 100.0 78.7 77.7 100.0 48.9 47.5 100.0 86.9 85.9 – – – 100.0 74.6 73.7 100.0 85.4 84.8 100.0 83.2 82.4 100.0 87.2 86.5 100.0 93.4 93.4

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Table 5.

Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Total In central city Total

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area

Inside urbanized area

Rural

Total

Place of 10,000 or more

Place of 2,500 to 9,999

Rural

RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai Other Asian Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Other Pacific Islander Other race 666 535 112 2 2 168 334 125 199 157 23 19 770 635 149 181 623 186 324 432 42 – 144 165 389 135 64 35 21 15 740 441 946 355 748 72 531 750 733 17 – 6 803 6 737 1 972 647 408 1 835 1 052 352 42 – 80 40 309 66 51 – – 15 6 114 946 076 407 391 763 2 515 151 435 49 54 34 8 217 73 – 771 189 89 335 19 45 39 55 1 158 430 870 441 355 4 351 72 71 946 748 312 436 531 888 643 750 57 693 803 58 745 114 761 353 441 11 1 6 71 529 30 299 37 314 90 90 – – 332 332 28 19 16 75 122 30 42 – – – – – – – – – 3 494 71 529 4 809 261 3 938 137 473 – 175 28 33 – – 114 – – 102 – 9 89 – – – 4 196 66 720 71 529 30 299 895 29 404 37 314 512 36 802 90 7 83 332 – 332 3 494 3 395 99 100.0 42.4 52.2 .1 .1 .5 .5 – 4.9 100.0 6.7 .4 5.5 .2 .7 93.3 100.0 42.4 41.1 370 417 325 449 35 217 660 643 17 – 6 471 6 405 1 944 628 392 1 760 930 322 – – 80 40 309 66 51 – – 15 2 620 417 267 146 453 626 2 042 151 260 21 21 34 8 103 73 – 669 189 80 246 19 45 39 51 962 364 150 370 325 3 322 35 34 417 449 417 032 217 376 841 660 50 610 471 58 413 620 366 254 370 6 1 2 337 115 296 139 31 936 571 554 17 – 6 124 6 058 1 808 620 354 1 688 851 316 – – 80 40 301 66 51 – – 15 2 345 337 5 1 2 115 738 034 214 626 1 864 114 236 21 21 10 8 103 73 – 617 183 80 206 19 45 33 51 897 331 377 337 296 3 292 31 31 115 139 178 961 936 337 599 571 50 521 124 58 066 345 115 230 3 834 2 901 869 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 64 3 834 71 11 60 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 763 3 834 2 901 21 2 880 869 – 869 – – – – – – 64 50 14 100.0 75.7 22.7 – – – – – 1.7 100.0 1.9 .3 1.6 – – 98.1 100.0 75.7 75.1 29 468 26 409 2 412 89 89 – – 347 347 136 8 38 72 79 6 – – – – 8 – – – – – 211 29 468 458 101 179 – 178 37 24 – – 24 – – – – 52 6 – 40 – – 6 – 65 29 010 29 468 26 409 218 26 191 2 412 39 2 373 89 – 89 347 – 347 211 201 10 100.0 89.6 8.2 .3 .3 1.2 1.2 – .7 100.0 1.6 .3 .6 – .6 98.4 100.0 89.6 88.9 224 179 39 1 1 222 586 594 449 424 6 19 1 967 1 898 177 534 215 351 272 80 – – 64 125 80 69 13 35 21 – 1 626 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 24 010 17 857 5 687 60 60 – – 186 180 6 29 9 97 6 22 – – – – 11 6 6 – – – 220 24 010 510 262 105 – 143 – 8 – – – – 3 5 – 9 – – 9 – – – – 126 23 500 24 010 17 857 211 17 646 5 687 64 5 623 60 – 60 186 21 165 220 214 6 100.0 74.4 23.7 .2 .2 .8 .7 – .9 100.0 2.1 1.1 .4 – .6 97.9 100.0 74.4 73.5 149 126 20 1 1 362 331 251 171 152 – 19 862 819 110 207 89 117 119 47 – – 64 26 40 43 7 29 7 – 747

8 8 2 1 2 1

7 666 15 2 8

HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Other Central American South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan Other South American All other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 168 151 613 163 856 3 519 204 549 57 66 34 32 258 102 – 984 198 89 401 24 95 79 98 1 782 651 017 666 535 6 529 112 1 110 2 2 8 8 7 7 168 334 310 024 125 299 826 199 72 127 770 155 615 740 315 425 224 4 1 1 222 075 206 772 93 1 004 53 114 8 12 – 24 41 29 – 213 9 – 66 5 50 40 43 624 220 147 224 179 1 177 39 39 1 1 1 1 1 1 222 586 998 588 594 411 183 449 15 434 967 97 870 626 554 72 149 362 1 768 522 706 50 490 10 31 8 6 – – 5 12 – 111 – – 43 – 5 40 23 338 147 594 149 362 126 331 895 125 436 20 251 123 20 128 1 171 13 1 158 862 34 828 747 703 44 100.0 84.6 13.6 .8 .8 .6 .5 – .5 100.0 1.2 .3 .5 – .3 98.8 100.0 84.6 84.0

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Black Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Other race Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin

6 6 6 5

6 6 2 2

6 6 2 2

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Pacific Islander Other race 100.0 80.4 16.8 .3 .3 1.3 1.3 – 1.2 100.0 2.3 .4 1.2 .1 .5 97.7 100.0 80.4 79.4 100.0 80.5 16.4 .2 .2 1.5 1.5 – 1.4 100.0 2.5 .3 1.4 .2 .6 97.5 100.0 80.5 79.5 100.0 87.9 9.5 .2 .2 1.7 1.7 – .7 100.0 1.7 .3 .7 .2 .6 98.3 100.0 87.9 86.9 100.0 87.8 9.5 .2 .2 1.8 1.8 – .7 100.0 1.7 .3 .7 .2 .6 98.3 100.0 87.8 86.9 100.0 80.1 17.7 .6 .6 .9 .8 – .7 100.0 1.8 .5 .8 – .4 98.2 100.0 80.1 79.2

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Not of Hispanic origin

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 6.

Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

County
Kent County

New Castle County

Sussex County

RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai Other Asian Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Other Pacific Islander Other race 110 993 87 298 20 633 676 667 6 3 1 356 1 332 124 431 176 255 170 16 – – – 116 44 24 4 6 14 – 1 030 441 946 355 748 72 531 750 733 17 – 6 803 6 737 1 972 647 408 1 835 1 052 352 42 – 80 40 309 66 51 – – 15 6 114 113 229 92 288 18 961 773 757 – 16 611 566 53 103 39 96 102 64 – – 64 9 36 45 9 29 7 – 596

HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Other Central American South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan Other South American All other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 110 993 2 854 680 1 386 48 740 43 89 – 12 – 24 36 17 – 112 9 – 28 5 50 – 20 496 108 139 441 11 1 6 946 076 407 391 763 2 515 151 435 49 54 34 8 217 73 – 771 189 89 335 19 45 39 55 1 158 430 870 113 229 1 221 526 386 45 264 10 25 8 – – – 5 12 – 101 – – 38 – – 40 23 128 112 008

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Black Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Other race Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin 110 87 1 85 20 20 993 298 469 829 633 297 336 676 15 661 356 89 267 030 984 46 441 355 4 351 72 71 946 748 312 436 531 888 643 750 57 693 803 58 745 114 761 353 113 229 92 288 529 91 759 18 961 114 18 847 773 – 773 611 8 603 596 570 26

1 1 1

6 6 6 5

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Pacific Islander Other race 100.0 78.7 18.6 .6 .6 1.2 1.2 – .9 100.0 80.5 16.4 .2 .2 1.5 1.5 – 1.4 100.0 81.5 16.7 .7 .7 .5 .5 – .5

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 2.6 .6 1.2 – .7 97.4 100.0 2.5 .3 1.4 .2 .6 97.5 100.0 1.1 .5 .3 – .2 98.9

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 78.7 77.3 100.0 80.5 79.5 100.0 81.5 81.0

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Table 7.

Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai Other Asian Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Other Pacific Islander Other race

Brookside CDP

Claymont CDP

Dover city

Dover Base Housing CDP

Edgemoor CDP

Elsmere town

Georgetown town

Highland Acres CDP

Laurel town

Middletown town

15 307 13 543 1 492 – – – – 170 170 65 10 5 83 7 – – – – – – – – – – – 102

9 800 8 694 954 26 26 – – 103 103 – 43 6 33 21 – – – – – – – – – – – 23

27 529 18 165 8 483 138 132 6 – 476 462 13 185 57 115 86 6 – – – – – 14 – – 14 – 267

4 349 3 111 934 17 17 – – 134 134 17 50 10 – 28 – – – – 29 – – – – – – 153

5 853 4 493 1 189 12 12 – – 109 109 17 6 – – 29 – – – 57 – – – – – – – 50

5 935 5 428 324 – – – – 54 54 14 30 – – – – – – – – 10 – – – – – 129

3 732 2 661 1 011 35 35 – – 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – 6 6 – – – 19

3 151 2 821 211 – – – – 119 119 10 18 32 22 1 5 – – – 20 11 – – – – – –

3 244 2 050 1 186 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 8

3 834 2 901 869 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 64

HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Other Central American South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan Other South American All other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 15 307 272 93 109 41 29 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 29 15 035 9 800 143 97 21 – 25 – 10 – – – – 10 – – – – – – – – – – 15 9 657 27 529 859 217 418 11 213 18 24 – 6 – 10 8 – – 69 9 – 7 – 43 – 10 102 26 670 4 349 333 43 175 23 92 25 32 – – – – 20 12 – 10 – – 5 5 – – – 25 4 016 5 853 178 10 67 – 101 – – – – – – – – – 70 43 18 – – 9 – – 31 5 675 5 935 200 4 158 7 31 13 – – – – – – – – 5 5 – – – – – – 13 5 735 3 732 54 27 17 – 10 – 3 – – – – 3 – – – – – – – – – – 7 3 678 3 151 39 – 18 – 21 – – – – – – – – – 10 – – – – – – 10 11 3 112 3 244 35 8 18 – 9 – – – – – – – – – 9 – – 9 – – – – – 3 209 3 834 71 11 60 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 763

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Black Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Other race Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin 15 307 13 543 197 13 346 1 492 – 1 492 – – – 170 – 170 102 75 27 9 800 8 694 91 8 603 954 10 944 26 19 7 103 – 103 23 23 – 27 529 18 165 479 17 686 8 483 103 8 380 138 – 138 476 27 449 267 250 17 4 349 3 111 160 2 951 934 25 909 17 – 17 134 – 134 153 148 5 5 853 4 493 118 4 375 1 189 10 1 179 12 – 12 109 – 109 50 50 – 5 935 5 428 71 5 357 324 – 324 – – – 54 – 54 129 129 – 3 732 2 661 20 2 641 1 011 21 990 35 – 35 6 – 6 19 13 6 3 151 2 821 14 2 807 211 18 193 – – – 119 7 112 – – – 3 244 2 050 27 2 023 1 186 – 1 186 – – – – – – 8 8 – 3 834 2 901 21 2 880 869 – 869 – – – – – – 64 50 14

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Pacific Islander Other race 100.0 88.5 9.7 – – 1.1 1.1 – .7 100.0 88.7 9.7 .3 .3 1.1 1.1 – .2 100.0 66.0 30.8 .5 .5 1.7 1.7 .1 1.0 100.0 71.5 21.5 .4 .4 3.1 3.1 – 3.5 100.0 76.8 20.3 .2 .2 1.9 1.9 – .9 100.0 91.5 5.5 – – .9 .9 – 2.2 100.0 71.3 27.1 .9 .9 .2 – .2 .5 100.0 89.5 6.7 – – 3.8 3.8 – – 100.0 63.2 36.6 – – – – – .2 100.0 75.7 22.7 – – – – – 1.7

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 1.8 .6 .7 .3 .2 98.2 100.0 1.5 1.0 .2 – .3 98.5 100.0 3.1 .8 1.5 – .8 96.9 100.0 7.7 1.0 4.0 .5 2.1 92.3 100.0 3.0 .2 1.1 – 1.7 97.0 100.0 3.4 .1 2.7 .1 .5 96.6 100.0 1.4 .7 .5 – .3 98.6 100.0 1.2 – .6 – .7 98.8 100.0 1.1 .2 .6 – .3 98.9 100.0 1.9 .3 1.6 – – 98.1

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 88.5 87.2 100.0 88.7 87.8 100.0 66.0 64.2 100.0 71.5 67.9 100.0 76.8 74.7 100.0 91.5 90.3 100.0 71.3 70.8 100.0 89.5 89.1 100.0 63.2 62.4 100.0 75.7 75.1

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 7.

Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Con.

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai Other Asian Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Other Pacific Islander Other race

Milford city

Newark city

New Castle city

Pike Creek CDP

Seaford city

Smyrna town

Stanton CDP

Talleyville CDP

Wilmington city

Wilmington Manor CDP

6 108 4 874 1 127 25 25 – – 43 43 6 8 – 12 6 – – – – – 11 – – – – – 39

25 098 22 629 1 345 39 35 4 – 968 968 362 100 183 202 27 48 – – 3 9 34 – – – – – 117

4 837 3 929 817 21 21 – – 25 25 – – – 12 – – – – – 13 – – – – – – 45

10 163 9 395 481 – – – – 268 251 33 26 7 66 55 46 – – – – 18 17 17 – – – 19

5 695 4 249 1 299 – – – – 31 31 – – 9 – – 22 – – – – – – – – – – 116

5 231 4 023 1 064 – – – – 106 106 – 21 – 85 – – – – – – – – – – – – 38

5 028 4 673 271 – – – – 84 84 – – – 66 18 – – – – – – – – – – – –

6 346 6 061 94 – – – – 176 176 78 13 10 65 10 – – – – – – – – – – – 15

71 529 30 299 37 314 90 90 – – 332 332 28 19 16 75 122 30 42 – – – – – – – – – 3 494

8 568 7 811 572 13 13 – – 19 19 7 5 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – 153

HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Other Central American South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan Other South American All other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 6 108 126 103 18 – 5 – 5 – – – – – 5 – – – – – – – – – – 5 982 25 098 372 61 67 23 221 – 51 6 – – – 20 25 – 77 26 – 40 6 – 5 – 93 24 726 4 837 82 – 43 28 11 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 11 4 755 10 163 185 – 10 67 108 – 6 – 6 – – – – – 83 32 9 42 – – – – 19 9 978 5 695 116 116 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 5 579 5 231 179 8 52 – 119 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 119 5 052 5 028 22 – 22 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 5 006 6 346 33 11 22 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6 313 71 529 4 809 261 3 938 137 473 – 175 28 33 – – 114 – – 102 – 9 89 – – – 4 196 66 720 8 568 201 17 134 6 44 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 44 8 367

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Black Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Other race Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin 6 108 4 874 81 4 793 1 127 6 1 121 25 – 25 43 – 43 39 39 – 25 098 22 629 238 22 391 1 345 47 1 298 39 – 39 968 29 939 117 58 59 4 837 3 929 22 3 907 817 15 802 21 – 21 25 – 25 45 45 – 10 163 9 395 166 9 229 481 – 481 – – – 268 – 268 19 19 – 5 695 4 249 – 4 249 1 299 – 1 299 – – – 31 – 31 116 116 – 5 231 4 023 83 3 940 1 064 37 1 027 – – – 106 21 85 38 38 – 5 028 4 673 22 4 651 271 – 271 – – – 84 – 84 – – – 6 346 6 061 7 6 054 94 – 94 – – – 176 11 165 15 15 – 71 529 30 299 895 29 404 37 314 512 36 802 90 7 83 332 – 332 3 494 3 395 99 8 568 7 811 48 7 763 572 – 572 13 – 13 19 – 19 153 153 –

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Pacific Islander Other race 100.0 79.8 18.5 .4 .4 .7 .7 – .6 100.0 90.2 5.4 .2 .1 3.9 3.9 – .5 100.0 81.2 16.9 .4 .4 .5 .5 – .9 100.0 92.4 4.7 – – 2.6 2.5 .2 .2 100.0 74.6 22.8 – – .5 .5 – 2.0 100.0 76.9 20.3 – – 2.0 2.0 – .7 100.0 92.9 5.4 – – 1.7 1.7 – – 100.0 95.5 1.5 – – 2.8 2.8 – .2 100.0 42.4 52.2 .1 .1 .5 .5 – 4.9 100.0 91.2 6.7 .2 .2 .2 .2 – 1.8

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 2.1 1.7 .3 – .1 97.9 100.0 1.5 .2 .3 .1 .9 98.5 100.0 1.7 – .9 .6 .2 98.3 100.0 1.8 – .1 .7 1.1 98.2 100.0 2.0 2.0 – – – 98.0 100.0 3.4 .2 1.0 – 2.3 96.6 100.0 .4 – .4 – – 99.6 100.0 .5 .2 .3 – – 99.5 100.0 6.7 .4 5.5 .2 .7 93.3 100.0 2.3 .2 1.6 .1 .5 97.7

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 79.8 78.5 100.0 90.2 89.2 100.0 81.2 80.8 100.0 92.4 90.8 100.0 74.6 74.6 100.0 76.9 75.3 100.0 92.9 92.5 100.0 95.5 95.4 100.0 42.4 41.1 100.0 91.2 90.6

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Table 8.

Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for White Persons and for Households and Families with a White Householder: 1990
All persons Persons 5 years and over Persons 25 years and over Median income in 1989 (dollars) Income in 1989 below poverty level

[Threshold is 1,000 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
The State

Total 535 334

Percent foreign born 2.4

Native persons Percent born in State of residence 50.3

Percent living in different house in 1985 45.4

Percent who speak a language other than English at home 5.3

Percent high school graduate or higher 80.3

Percent with bachelor’s degree or higher 23.0

Persons 16 years and over Percent in labor force 68.3

Civilian labor force Percent unemployed 3.2

Employed persons 16 years and over Percent in managerial and professional specialty occupations 28.6

Households 36 660

Families 42 483

Per capita income in 1989 (dollars) 17 263

Percent of persons for whom poverty status is determined 5.7

Percent of families 3.5

URBAN AND RURAL AND SIZE OF PLACE
Urban Inside urbanized area Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural Place of 1,000 to 2,499 Place of less than 1,000 Other rural Rural farm 382 361 48 313 20 20 152 12 9 130 6 594 836 464 372 758 – 758 740 859 638 243 061 2.7 2.8 3.7 2.7 1.6 – 1.6 1.4 1.7 1.4 1.4 .5 48.9 48.5 49.5 48.4 54.7 – 54.7 53.7 52.4 47.5 54.3 64.7 46.2 46.1 48.8 45.7 48.5 – 48.5 43.2 44.1 41.2 43.3 18.9 5.6 5.7 9.5 5.1 3.8 – 3.8 4.4 3.9 3.7 4.5 8.0 83.2 83.7 79.8 84.3 76.2 – 76.2 73.1 75.7 72.8 72.8 71.7 26.6 27.3 30.4 26.7 15.4 – 15.4 14.2 17.4 13.6 13.9 12.5 69.4 70.0 66.1 70.6 58.3 – 58.3 65.6 61.1 59.7 66.5 70.6 3.0 3.0 3.3 2.9 3.6 – 3.6 3.6 3.9 3.4 3.5 1.2 31.5 31.7 37.5 30.8 27.9 – 27.9 20.8 24.2 19.8 20.5 16.6 38 39 32 40 27 27 31 28 27 32 35 898 672 043 928 886 – 886 552 705 209 190 293 45 46 42 47 33 33 36 36 31 36 38 961 652 075 189 415 – 415 009 267 605 304 511 18 18 19 18 13 13 15 15 13 15 16 046 322 656 115 245 – 245 302 028 081 493 311 5.1 4.9 7.1 4.6 8.4 – 8.4 7.3 7.7 7.6 7.2 9.0 2.7 2.6 4.2 2.4 4.5 – 4.5 5.1 5.1 5.4 5.1 4.5

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN AREA
Inside metropolitan area In central city Not in central city Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Rural Outside metropolitan area Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural 355 30 325 299 296 2 26 179 53 35 17 748 299 449 040 139 901 409 586 255 398 857 – 17 857 126 331 2.8 4.5 2.6 2.7 2.7 1.0 1.9 1.5 2.1 2.3 1.7 – 1.7 1.3 50.6 59.7 49.8 49.1 49.0 58.3 57.8 49.6 41.8 35.6 54.1 – 54.1 52.9 44.9 43.6 45.0 45.2 45.1 53.6 43.1 46.3 53.8 56.9 47.7 – 47.7 43.2 5.6 11.8 5.0 5.1 5.2 1.5 4.0 4.6 4.8 5.1 4.2 – 4.2 4.5 83.2 76.8 83.9 84.4 84.4 76.1 79.2 74.5 81.3 84.2 76.2 – 76.2 71.8 27.1 30.7 26.7 27.0 27.2 8.6 23.4 15.0 21.8 24.8 16.4 – 16.4 12.3 69.6 63.1 70.2 70.5 70.5 70.1 67.7 65.7 66.9 72.3 56.5 – 56.5 65.2 2.9 3.4 2.9 2.9 2.9 5.7 3.0 3.6 3.6 3.7 3.2 – 3.2 3.7 31.3 38.5 30.6 30.8 30.9 17.9 28.4 22.6 31.5 32.4 29.7 – 29.7 19.1 818 979 780 416 523 412 500 773 534 085 350 – 27 350 29 438 40 30 41 41 41 31 47 29 30 32 27 47 41 48 47 48 35 51 34 35 37 32 806 958 277 973 143 388 207 169 622 007 964 – 32 964 33 601 006 615 764 347 404 465 483 810 329 812 371 – 13 371 13 592 19 21 18 18 18 12 23 13 14 14 13 4.8 8.1 4.5 4.5 4.5 9.2 3.9 7.6 6.6 5.9 8.2 – 8.2 7.9 2.5 4.6 2.3 2.3 2.3 4.1 2.6 5.3 4.4 4.3 4.5 – 4.5 5.6

COUNTY
Kent County New Castle County Sussex County 87 298 355 748 92 288 1.8 2.8 1.3 48.8 50.6 50.4 47.6 44.9 45.1 5.3 5.6 3.9 75.1 83.2 74.0 15.6 27.1 14.5 69.7 69.6 62.1 3.8 2.9 3.5 23.9 31.3 21.4 30 784 40 818 28 750 35 186 47 806 33 237 13 690 19 006 13 923 8.2 4.8 7.0 5.9 2.5 4.7

PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
Brookside CDP Claymont CDP Dover city Dover Base Housing CDP Edgemoor CDP Elsmere town Georgetown town Highland Acres CDP Laurel town Middletown town Milford city Newark city New Castle city Pike Creek CDP Seaford city Smyrna town Stanton CDP Talleyville CDP Wilmington city Wilmington Manor CDP 13 8 18 3 4 5 2 2 2 2 4 22 3 9 4 4 4 6 30 7 543 694 165 111 493 428 661 821 050 901 874 629 929 395 249 023 673 061 299 811 1.8 1.9 2.5 2.2 4.1 2.7 1.2 2.0 1.4 1.0 2.4 3.2 2.5 3.3 1.4 1.6 3.1 3.2 4.5 1.1 48.8 39.1 32.9 22.8 47.9 72.5 63.1 38.9 49.6 58.3 55.0 30.0 68.9 39.7 44.6 59.3 63.3 43.4 59.7 64.4 39.8 42.9 57.7 89.4 46.3 32.9 43.1 41.9 44.0 53.6 51.1 65.7 29.4 58.6 49.4 46.7 30.0 35.0 43.6 29.4 4.5 5.1 5.7 6.3 8.9 6.9 3.0 2.8 3.9 1.5 6.8 4.9 6.7 6.0 3.2 3.1 6.0 5.6 11.8 3.7 80.3 75.6 86.1 91.6 83.0 71.4 76.7 92.2 70.8 76.1 78.9 90.6 78.5 94.5 78.6 72.7 78.5 89.3 76.8 73.2 16.8 13.1 29.7 19.4 24.5 8.3 16.4 36.3 14.5 8.6 16.6 47.8 19.0 47.7 22.8 9.9 9.3 38.3 30.7 8.8 77.7 70.6 71.3 79.8 66.8 66.0 56.0 70.8 55.7 70.1 58.4 57.8 67.6 83.3 52.5 59.5 68.6 66.2 63.1 69.5 2.4 3.5 3.0 5.4 3.4 3.0 3.9 2.6 2.6 5.7 3.3 3.0 3.8 2.2 2.7 3.4 2.1 2.9 3.4 3.4 21.3 20.2 35.7 24.2 31.3 16.4 25.6 44.3 26.2 17.9 31.4 37.6 29.8 43.8 34.0 27.7 20.9 42.1 38.5 16.7 39 31 33 23 32 32 27 46 23 31 26 39 36 45 31 27 37 49 30 37 938 045 924 915 929 091 355 078 036 412 525 697 328 076 325 033 210 688 979 558 42 37 42 23 37 37 33 52 30 35 30 56 40 54 36 36 40 55 41 42 750 035 196 915 419 610 333 071 000 388 645 496 844 195 359 346 599 842 958 683 15 14 16 7 16 14 14 22 12 12 12 14 16 22 14 13 15 22 21 14 023 625 388 438 670 218 159 237 077 465 554 478 837 139 658 142 243 622 615 765 3.8 6.9 5.2 5.6 9.4 3.4 10.8 5.9 12.3 9.2 8.0 17.3 5.1 2.6 5.9 7.0 1.5 1.7 8.1 2.7 2.5 4.3 3.5 3.7 6.7 2.8 6.0 5.6 5.4 4.1 4.1 1.1 2.2 1.2 5.0 3.1 .6 1.0 4.6 1.9

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Table 9.

Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for Black Persons and for Households and Families with a Black Householder: 1990
All persons Persons 5 years and over Persons 25 years and over Median income in 1989 (dollars) Income in 1989 below poverty level

[Threshold is 1,000 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
The State

Total 112 125

Percent foreign born 2.0

Native persons Percent born in State of residence 60.9

Percent living in different house in 1985 47.7

Percent who speak a language other than English at home 4.0

Percent high school graduate or higher 63.2

Percent with bachelor’s degree or higher 10.6

Persons 16 years and over Percent in labor force 67.9

Civilian labor force Percent unemployed 8.2

Employed persons 16 years and over Percent in managerial and professional specialty occupations 15.6

Households 24 286

Families 26 570

Per capita income in 1989 (dollars) 9 683

Percent of persons for whom poverty status is determined 22.0

Percent of families 19.3

URBAN AND RURAL AND SIZE OF PLACE
Urban Inside urbanized area Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural Place of 1,000 to 2,499 Place of less than 1,000 Other rural Rural farm 89 82 45 37 6 6 22 2 1 19 462 906 797 109 556 – 556 663 317 216 130 348 2.3 2.4 2.0 3.0 .4 – .4 .9 .3 3.0 .8 – 59.3 58.4 64.1 51.3 69.9 – 69.9 67.5 65.1 60.2 68.3 64.7 49.8 49.9 45.4 55.5 48.4 – 48.4 39.6 37.6 36.9 40.0 36.1 4.3 4.4 4.1 4.8 3.0 – 3.0 3.0 1.7 5.4 3.0 5.8 67.1 68.8 61.8 77.5 45.1 – 45.1 48.8 48.0 48.7 48.9 37.8 12.1 12.8 8.5 18.0 3.5 – 3.5 5.0 8.2 4.2 4.7 13.3 69.4 70.8 65.5 77.4 51.3 – 51.3 62.2 58.5 68.0 62.3 68.7 8.4 8.1 10.1 6.1 12.8 – 12.8 7.4 8.2 8.8 7.2 2.8 17.0 17.4 14.6 20.3 8.7 – 8.7 9.5 13.7 6.4 9.3 17.1 25 26 21 32 14 14 19 14 18 20 19 546 582 637 277 180 – 180 959 643 490 583 773 27 29 24 34 15 15 23 22 22 23 28 763 237 694 860 470 – 470 076 798 426 154 036 10 10 9 12 6 6 7 7 7 7 7 137 450 034 197 185 – 185 889 600 932 922 535 21.6 20.7 25.7 14.6 34.1 – 34.1 23.7 24.8 27.2 23.3 24.3 19.1 18.1 22.6 13.1 33.4 – 33.4 19.8 21.2 20.5 19.5 21.4

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN AREA
Inside metropolitan area In central city Not in central city Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Rural Outside metropolitan area Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural 72 37 35 32 31 2 39 19 13 5 5 20 531 314 217 805 936 869 412 594 343 656 687 – 687 251 2.4 1.8 3.0 3.1 3.2 .8 1.6 1.3 1.9 2.6 .4 – .4 .8 59.8 66.5 52.5 51.8 51.2 73.5 62.4 63.1 57.8 52.9 69.3 – 69.3 68.1 47.3 41.5 53.5 53.7 54.3 30.8 51.4 48.5 59.4 62.8 51.2 – 51.2 38.1 4.2 3.6 4.8 4.8 4.9 1.2 5.1 3.7 4.8 5.4 3.3 – 3.3 2.8 67.5 60.0 75.6 77.2 78.0 48.3 59.3 54.7 63.6 72.8 44.6 – 44.6 47.2 12.1 7.1 17.5 18.6 19.2 – 5.6 7.5 10.5 13.6 4.0 – 4.0 4.9 69.5 65.5 73.7 77.1 77.2 74.6 36.2 64.9 63.7 70.3 47.6 – 47.6 66.1 8.3 10.6 6.2 6.1 6.1 5.9 9.0 7.9 8.7 7.0 14.6 – 14.6 7.2 17.4 13.9 20.5 20.6 20.8 12.9 17.8 11.7 15.1 17.1 7.5 – 7.5 8.9 27 21 33 33 33 26 32 19 20 22 12 392 642 586 658 969 250 188 835 074 746 261 – 12 261 19 645 165 753 278 166 472 629 118 039 767 477 321 – 13 321 22 270 30 24 36 36 36 28 39 22 21 25 13 10 9 12 12 12 8 7 8 8 9 5 597 016 273 603 722 229 784 008 119 054 872 – 5 872 7 902 19.7 25.1 13.7 13.4 13.5 9.1 20.6 26.4 29.3 25.6 38.2 – 38.2 23.9 17.0 21.9 12.1 12.1 12.2 9.6 11.6 23.4 26.7 22.6 37.3 – 37.3 20.3

COUNTY
Kent County New Castle County Sussex County 20 633 72 531 18 961 1.8 2.4 .8 57.3 59.8 69.3 55.9 47.3 40.5 4.6 4.2 2.8 64.0 67.5 45.5 11.5 12.1 3.5 68.4 69.5 61.1 8.0 8.3 7.9 14.4 17.4 8.6 21 997 27 392 17 435 24 600 30 165 19 934 8 821 10 597 7 123 25.0 19.7 27.9 22.0 17.0 24.9

PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
Brookside CDP Dover city Edgemoor CDP Georgetown town Laurel town Milford city Newark city Seaford city Smyrna town Wilmington city 1 8 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 37 492 483 189 011 186 127 345 299 064 314 4.6 2.9 1.0 .4 – 1.1 2.2 – .6 1.8 46.9 53.2 63.0 52.0 84.7 75.4 40.8 81.4 47.2 66.5 60.5 62.9 38.5 62.1 44.9 48.9 66.7 45.9 56.4 41.5 2.1 6.4 8.0 5.6 1.2 4.4 5.1 1.2 4.8 3.6 76.5 71.9 78.8 50.8 29.6 42.1 71.5 53.1 47.2 60.0 16.9 16.1 16.0 2.6 – 5.6 25.6 1.0 10.9 7.1 87.7 65.6 78.0 22.6 43.7 51.5 59.9 63.7 54.9 65.5 3.4 7.8 2.6 6.6 25.0 11.4 6.3 14.6 12.2 10.6 13.3 17.6 16.6 11.6 1.6 17.0 26.7 2.3 7.4 13.9 40 21 33 8 10 14 36 12 22 21 972 615 125 254 086 583 354 120 500 642 39 24 32 7 9 18 39 11 23 24 063 481 955 360 945 400 487 739 021 753 14 9 11 4 4 6 10 5 8 9 102 113 613 307 926 088 974 284 903 016 17.5 28.9 20.2 58.7 50.8 28.1 10.4 39.2 19.6 25.1 18.6 25.4 14.3 61.6 47.0 18.3 5.5 40.5 20.3 21.9

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Table 10.

Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons and for Households and Families with an American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Householder: 1990
All persons Persons 5 years and over Persons 25 years and over Median income in 1989 (dollars) Income in 1989 below poverty level

[Threshold is 1,000 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
The State

Total 2 199

Percent foreign born 2.0

Native persons Percent born in State of residence 59.2

Percent living in different house in 1985 46.7

Percent who speak a language other than English at home 6.3

Percent high school graduate or higher 62.0

Percent with bachelor’s degree or higher 10.2

Persons 16 years and over Percent in labor force 65.2

Civilian labor force Percent unemployed 5.9

Employed persons 16 years and over Percent in managerial and professional specialty occupations 14.7

Households 30 500

Families 32 962

Per capita income in 1989 (dollars) 14 404

Percent of persons for whom poverty status is determined 13.6

Percent of families 10.4

URBAN AND RURAL AND SIZE OF PLACE
Urban Inside urbanized area Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural Place of 1,000 to 2,499 Place of less than 1,000 Other rural Rural farm 939 879 228 651 60 – 60 1 260 30 93 1 137 56 3.0 3.2 – 4.3 – – – 1.3 53.3 – – – 43.2 42.5 68.0 33.2 53.3 – 53.3 70.8 21.4 72.0 71.3 48.2 53.9 56.3 68.2 52.2 20.0 – 20.0 41.1 – 24.4 43.5 – 8.6 9.2 8.1 9.6 – – – 4.4 53.3 – 3.4 16.1 77.5 80.7 73.6 82.8 43.3 – 43.3 50.8 100.0 63.0 49.1 25.0 19.3 18.0 21.4 17.0 33.3 – 33.3 3.5 26.3 6.5 2.9 – 72.9 76.0 70.0 78.1 31.7 – 31.7 58.7 51.9 62.5 58.7 32.1 5.4 5.6 8.5 4.7 – – – 6.4 – 20.0 5.8 – 16.2 16.7 20.8 15.5 – – – 13.2 57.1 25.0 11.5 – 36 42 29 43 25 25 24 12 22 24 23 983 576 417 490 577 – 577 130 500 143 348 750 43 45 55 45 25 958 694 167 486 577 – 25 577 23 993 5 000– 25 417 24 063 23 750 18 18 18 18 9 9 11 12 7 11 8 256 844 728 885 639 – 639 533 393 021 879 478 8.3 8.9 19.9 5.5 – – – 17.5 53.3 19.4 16.3 21.4 6.6 7.1 21.9 2.2 – – – 13.5 100.0 – 13.3 –

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN AREA
Inside metropolitan area In central city Not in central city Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Rural Outside metropolitan area Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural 750 90 660 571 571 – 89 1 449 278 218 60 – 60 1 171 3.7 – 4.2 4.9 4.9 – – 1.1 – – – – – 1.4 40.0 75.6 35.0 35.2 35.2 – 33.7 68.8 48.6 47.2 53.3 – 53.3 73.7 49.3 36.5 51.0 49.6 49.6 – 59.6 45.3 68.0 81.2 20.0 – 20.0 39.6 9.6 14.1 9.0 9.7 9.7 – 4.5 4.5 4.7 6.0 – – – 4.4 83.0 76.9 83.8 84.6 84.6 – 79.8 51.0 63.5 71.6 43.3 – 43.3 48.0 16.6 21.5 16.0 19.3 19.3 – – 6.8 18.8 12.8 33.3 – 33.3 3.9 80.8 88.8 79.7 82.3 82.3 – 65.2 56.3 50.2 55.6 31.7 – 31.7 58.1 6.2 12.7 5.3 5.0 5.0 – 6.9 5.6 2.5 3.0 – – – 6.3 13.6 11.3 14.0 15.9 15.9 – – 15.6 19.8 23.7 – – – 14.7 43 29 44 43 43 50 24 26 31 25 25 23 561 917 010 906 906 – 115 479 346 250 577 – 577 963 45 28 46 46 46 50 24 31 55 25 25 23 333 438 167 000 000 – 115 967 667 086 577 – 577 750 18 22 17 18 18 11 12 15 17 9 9 11 314 488 744 749 749 – 299 380 874 590 639 – 639 550 7.1 17.8 5.6 6.2 6.2 – – 16.9 9.6 12.6 – – – 18.4 5.6 37.5 2.2 2.4 2.4 – – 13.0 8.8 11.7 – – – 13.9

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 11.

Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for Asian or Pacific Islander Persons and for Households and Families with an Asian or Pacific Islander Householder: 1990
All persons Persons 5 years and over Persons 25 years and over Median income in 1989 (dollars) Income in 1989 below poverty level

[Threshold is 1,000 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
The State

Total 8 770

Percent foreign born 70.0

Native persons Percent born in State of residence 37.1

Percent living in different house in 1985 66.8

Percent who speak a language other than English at home 74.5

Percent high school graduate or higher 86.1

Percent with bachelor’s degree or higher 55.9

Persons 16 years and over Percent in labor force 69.0

Civilian labor force Percent unemployed 3.3

Employed persons 16 years and over Percent in managerial and professional specialty occupations 41.0

Households 41 526

Families 47 049

Per capita income in 1989 (dollars) 16 379

Percent of persons for whom poverty status is determined 9.6

Percent of families 5.9

URBAN AND RURAL AND SIZE OF PLACE
Urban Inside urbanized area Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural Place of 1,000 to 2,499 Place of less than 1,000 Other rural Rural farm 7 561 7 375 808 6 567 186 – 186 1 209 141 73 995 21 70.2 69.8 68.8 70.0 85.5 – 85.5 68.7 74.5 50.7 69.1 71.4 38.5 38.0 24.6 39.8 77.8 – 77.8 28.8 5.6 25.0 31.9 100.0 66.9 67.9 63.5 68.4 28.2 – 28.2 66.0 78.7 71.0 63.6 81.0 75.1 75.0 68.0 75.9 76.8 – 76.8 70.9 59.6 66.7 73.0 52.4 86.8 86.8 77.0 88.2 85.2 – 85.2 82.0 70.4 71.7 84.2 100.0 59.4 59.9 38.1 62.9 39.1 – 39.1 33.9 4.9 10.9 39.4 73.3 68.7 68.7 70.6 68.4 69.3 – 69.3 71.2 78.9 54.5 71.5 100.0 3.4 3.3 4.3 3.2 5.2 – 5.2 2.8 – – 3.5 – 42.6 43.4 40.3 43.8 14.7 – 14.7 30.9 24.4 22.2 32.8 73.3 41 41 39 42 39 39 42 37 81 39 453 470 545 370 792 – 792 813 000 744 643 – 48 48 41 49 14 278 679 971 315 432 – 14 432 39 643 36 250 5 000– 45 000 – 16 16 16 17 13 13 13 14 9 13 22 887 967 200 062 724 – 724 201 182 497 333 476 9.2 8.9 9.0 8.9 20.6 – 20.6 11.7 2.8 39.7 10.9 – 5.9 5.3 10.3 4.7 29.3 – 29.3 6.3 – 53.3 3.1 –

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN AREA
Inside metropolitan area In central city Not in central city Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Rural Outside metropolitan area Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural 6 803 332 6 471 6 124 6 124 – 347 1 967 1 105 919 186 – 186 862 70.5 74.4 70.3 70.2 70.2 – 71.2 68.5 69.1 65.8 85.5 – 85.5 67.6 39.7 23.5 40.4 41.3 41.3 – 25.0 28.7 27.6 23.2 77.8 – 77.8 30.1 69.2 60.1 69.6 68.9 68.9 – 82.0 58.6 57.9 64.1 28.2 – 28.2 59.5 76.9 77.5 76.9 76.9 76.9 – 76.2 66.4 64.6 62.1 76.8 – 76.8 68.8 88.2 65.9 89.4 89.9 89.9 – 80.7 79.4 77.1 75.6 85.2 – 85.2 82.4 64.4 28.7 66.4 67.1 67.1 – 54.3 28.2 29.3 27.5 39.1 – 39.1 26.6 69.1 62.9 69.4 69.2 69.2 – 72.2 68.8 67.3 66.9 69.3 – 69.3 70.9 2.9 – 3.0 3.1 3.1 – 2.6 4.6 6.1 6.3 5.2 – 5.2 2.8 44.9 33.3 45.5 45.4 45.4 – 46.7 27.4 28.8 32.4 14.7 – 14.7 25.6 43 27 43 43 43 76 37 38 38 39 39 35 177 857 455 160 160 – 660 829 676 068 792 – 792 536 50 48 50 50 50 76 39 40 41 14 14 31 332 571 489 468 468 – 660 342 568 212 432 – 432 406 17 12 17 17 17 17 12 13 13 13 13 11 447 663 692 695 695 – 652 686 682 674 724 – 724 409 9.4 12.0 9.2 9.5 9.5 – 4.3 10.3 6.9 4.1 20.6 – 20.6 14.7 5.4 20.0 4.7 4.9 4.9 – – 8.0 7.4 2.7 29.3 – 29.3 8.9

COUNTY
Kent County New Castle County 1 356 6 803 68.0 70.5 24.0 39.7 62.3 69.2 61.5 76.9 76.8 88.2 28.6 64.4 67.4 69.1 6.7 2.9 30.6 44.9 37 794 43 177 40 114 50 332 13 498 17 447 3.9 9.4 1.9 5.4

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Table 12.

Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for Hispanic Origin Persons and for Households and Families with an Hispanic Origin Householder: 1990
All persons Persons 5 years and over Persons 25 years and over Median income in 1989 (dollars) Income in 1989 below poverty level

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Threshold is 1,000 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
The State

Total 15 151

Percent foreign born 18.8

Native persons Percent born in State of residence 34.2

Percent living in different house in 1985 62.7

Percent who speak a language other than English at home 70.2

Percent high school graduate or higher 60.1

Percent with bachelor’s degree or higher 16.5

Persons 16 years and over Percent in labor force 73.6

Civilian labor force Percent unemployed 7.9

Employed persons 16 years and over Percent in managerial and professional specialty occupations 19.0

Households 28 062

Families 28 351

Per capita income in 1989 (dollars) 10 066

Percent of persons for whom poverty status is determined 19.3

Percent of families 17.4

URBAN AND RURAL AND SIZE OF PLACE
Urban Inside urbanized area Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural Place of 1,000 to 2,499 Place of less than 1,000 Other rural Rural farm 12 12 5 6 925 344 668 676 581 – 581 2 226 256 138 1 832 – 18.0 17.3 9.4 24.1 33.6 – 33.6 23.2 24.2 19.6 23.3 – 34.6 34.7 35.2 34.1 34.2 – 34.2 31.8 27.8 24.3 32.9 – 63.1 62.7 56.6 68.0 70.7 – 70.7 60.7 72.4 49.2 60.0 – 71.7 71.7 81.1 63.5 73.0 – 73.0 61.8 69.3 65.1 60.5 – 60.4 61.7 46.4 73.3 35.4 – 35.4 58.5 43.3 41.5 61.5 – 16.9 17.3 9.2 23.4 9.9 – 9.9 14.3 4.2 9.2 15.8 – 75.1 75.1 71.2 78.4 74.3 – 74.3 65.1 70.5 76.5 63.7 – 9.0 9.4 11.1 8.1 1.4 – 1.4 .9 3.2 1.6 .5 – 19.2 20.0 13.3 25.0 3.6 – 3.6 17.9 5.7 4.9 20.7 – 28 28 24 30 25 25 26 14 22 29 284 495 500 836 227 – 227 458 688 083 531 – 28 28 23 31 26 26 26 18 23 27 705 958 750 327 136 – 136 417 750 438 969 – 10 10 7 12 7 7 10 6 6 10 050 148 785 154 964 – 964 162 696 159 947 – 18.0 18.1 23.1 13.9 16.3 – 16.3 27.0 39.1 31.1 24.7 – 16.5 16.5 24.0 11.0 14.8 – 14.8 24.0 37.5 27.6 21.1 –

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN AREA
Inside metropolitan area In central city Not in central city Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Rural Outside metropolitan area Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural 11 4 6 5 5 4 2 1 076 809 267 809 738 71 458 075 307 797 510 – 510 768 18.9 9.1 26.3 25.7 26.0 – 34.7 18.6 17.4 11.5 38.2 – 38.2 20.2 36.7 38.7 34.7 34.6 34.7 28.2 36.8 27.6 25.3 23.3 35.6 – 35.6 30.7 62.2 53.2 69.1 68.4 68.0 100.0 76.5 64.2 70.2 71.3 66.4 – 66.4 56.5 74.1 85.8 65.0 64.4 64.5 51.5 73.0 59.7 60.4 56.1 76.1 – 76.1 58.8 58.9 41.5 70.4 72.0 72.3 50.0 55.1 63.6 66.5 77.2 33.5 – 33.5 59.8 16.8 7.4 23.0 24.3 24.6 – 10.2 15.5 15.3 16.6 11.3 – 11.3 15.8 74.2 73.0 75.1 78.1 78.2 69.4 44.4 71.7 71.5 70.6 74.8 – 74.8 72.0 8.9 11.2 7.3 7.6 7.7 – 1.7 4.8 8.6 11.3 1.6 – 1.6 .7 20.2 12.6 25.3 25.2 25.4 – 26.0 15.3 14.4 19.0 3.9 – 3.9 16.3 292 093 632 195 316 036 031 380 350 700 477 – 26 477 24 079 28 22 31 31 31 18 42 27 30 31 26 29 21 32 31 31 28 51 26 28 30 26 265 500 290 986 986 750 125 761 942 435 136 – 26 136 24 375 10 7 13 12 12 8 18 8 9 9 7 577 352 051 642 695 365 245 678 145 497 908 – 7 908 8 068 19.3 25.1 14.6 14.2 14.3 – 23.1 19.2 12.3 10.4 18.6 – 18.6 27.6 17.8 27.3 11.4 11.4 11.5 – 11.6 16.3 9.3 7.6 17.0 – 17.0 26.3

1

COUNTY
Kent County New Castle County Sussex County 2 854 11 076 1 221 10.6 18.9 37.3 28.0 36.7 26.2 64.8 62.2 62.7 52.7 74.1 75.5 71.2 58.9 48.7 13.2 16.8 20.1 71.7 74.2 71.7 7.0 8.9 .8 13.7 20.2 18.1 28 598 28 292 25 132 26 888 29 265 26 447 8 655 10 577 8 730 15.9 19.3 26.6 12.0 17.8 26.5

PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
Wilmington city 4 809 9.1 38.7 53.2 85.8 41.5 7.4 73.0 11.2 12.6 22 093 21 500 7 352 25.1 27.3

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 13.

Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons and for Households and Families with a White, Not of Hispanic Origin Householder: 1990
All persons Persons 5 years and over Persons 25 years and over Median income in 1989 (dollars) Income in 1989 below poverty level

[Threshold is 1,000 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
The State

Total 529 024

Percent foreign born 2.1

Native persons Percent born in State of residence 50.4

Percent living in different house in 1985 45.2

Percent who speak a language other than English at home 4.7

Percent high school graduate or higher 80.3

Percent with bachelor’s degree or higher 22.9

Persons 16 years and over Percent in labor force 68.3

Civilian labor force Percent unemployed 3.1

Employed persons 16 years and over Percent in managerial and professional specialty occupations 28.5

Households 36 687

Families 42 573

Per capita income in 1989 (dollars) 17 312

Percent of persons for whom poverty status is determined 5.9

Percent of families 4.1

URBAN AND RURAL AND SIZE OF PLACE
Urban Inside urbanized area Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural Place of 1,000 to 2,499 Place of less than 1,000 Other rural Rural farm 377 356 47 309 20 20 151 12 9 129 6 397 871 090 781 526 – 526 627 743 559 325 061 2.5 2.5 3.4 2.4 1.4 – 1.4 1.2 1.6 1.2 1.2 .5 49.1 48.7 50.2 48.5 54.7 – 54.7 53.8 52.6 47.6 54.4 64.7 46.0 45.8 48.4 45.4 48.5 – 48.5 43.1 43.9 41.1 43.2 18.9 4.9 5.0 8.0 4.5 3.4 – 3.4 4.1 3.5 3.3 4.2 8.0 83.3 83.8 80.2 84.4 76.4 – 76.4 73.1 75.8 72.9 72.8 71.7 26.6 27.3 30.5 26.7 15.5 – 15.5 14.2 17.5 13.6 13.9 12.5 69.3 69.9 66.0 70.6 58.5 – 58.5 65.6 61.0 59.6 66.5 70.6 3.0 2.9 3.0 2.9 3.6 – 3.6 3.6 3.8 3.4 3.6 1.2 31.5 31.7 37.9 30.7 28.0 – 28.0 20.7 24.4 20.0 20.4 16.6 38 39 32 40 27 27 31 28 27 32 35 959 737 022 982 993 – 993 550 716 191 184 293 46 46 42 47 33 33 36 36 31 36 38 070 765 342 279 585 – 585 027 308 619 320 511 18 18 19 18 13 13 15 15 13 15 16 113 387 890 159 343 – 343 317 075 130 503 311 5.2 5.0 7.5 4.7 8.9 – 8.9 7.5 7.7 8.1 7.5 9.4 3.4 3.2 6.0 2.8 6.8 – 6.8 5.9 5.6 6.1 5.8 5.3

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN AREA
Inside metropolitan area In central city Not in central city Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Rural Outside metropolitan area Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural 436 404 032 841 961 880 191 588 152 506 646 – 17 646 125 436 351 29 322 295 292 2 26 177 52 34 17 2.5 4.0 2.3 2.4 2.4 1.0 1.6 1.4 1.9 2.1 1.4 – 1.4 1.2 50.8 60.4 49.9 49.2 49.1 58.2 58.0 49.8 42.2 36.0 54.1 – 54.1 52.9 44.6 42.9 44.8 45.0 44.9 53.2 42.9 46.2 53.5 56.5 47.7 – 47.7 43.2 5.0 10.0 4.5 4.6 4.6 1.5 3.6 4.1 3.8 3.9 3.7 – 3.7 4.2 83.3 77.3 84.0 84.4 84.5 76.1 79.4 74.5 81.4 84.3 76.5 – 76.5 71.8 27.1 30.8 26.6 26.9 27.1 8.6 23.5 14.9 21.8 24.9 16.5 – 16.5 12.2 69.6 62.9 70.2 70.4 70.4 70.3 67.9 65.7 66.9 72.3 56.7 – 56.7 65.1 2.9 3.0 2.9 2.9 2.8 5.7 3.0 3.7 3.5 3.7 3.2 – 3.2 3.7 31.2 38.9 30.6 30.7 30.8 17.9 28.4 22.6 31.7 32.6 29.9 – 29.9 19.1 866 103 822 459 567 412 505 765 500 002 428 – 27 428 29 449 40 31 41 41 41 31 47 29 30 32 27 47 42 48 48 48 35 51 34 35 37 33 906 217 361 064 237 388 201 191 661 040 170 – 33 170 33 618 056 907 795 384 441 538 445 861 439 932 475 – 13 475 13 620 19 21 18 18 18 12 23 13 14 14 13 4.9 8.5 4.5 4.6 4.5 8.7 4.0 8.0 7.2 6.3 9.0 – 9.0 8.3 2.9 6.5 2.6 2.6 2.6 3.9 3.0 6.4 6.4 5.9 7.2 – 7.2 6.4

COUNTY
Kent County New Castle County Sussex County 85 829 351 436 91 759 1.6 2.5 1.1 49.1 50.8 50.4 47.4 44.6 45.1 4.6 5.0 3.6 75.1 83.3 74.0 15.6 27.1 14.4 69.7 69.6 62.0 3.8 2.9 3.5 24.0 31.2 21.3 30 787 40 866 28 744 35 216 47 906 33 239 13 770 19 056 13 945 8.5 4.9 7.4 7.0 2.9 5.8

PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
Brookside CDP Claymont CDP Dover city Dover Base Housing CDP Edgemoor CDP Elsmere town Georgetown town Highland Acres CDP Laurel town Middletown town Milford city Newark city New Castle city Pike Creek CDP Seaford city Smyrna town Stanton CDP Talleyville CDP Wilmington city Wilmington Manor CDP 13 8 17 2 4 5 2 2 2 2 4 22 3 9 4 3 4 6 29 7 346 603 686 951 375 357 641 807 023 880 793 391 907 229 249 940 651 054 404 763 1.6 2.0 2.3 1.2 3.9 2.6 .9 1.8 1.4 1.0 1.6 2.8 2.5 2.1 1.4 1.6 3.1 3.2 4.0 1.0 49.0 39.2 33.4 23.2 48.0 73.0 62.9 38.8 49.7 58.2 54.9 30.0 69.2 39.8 44.6 59.9 63.6 43.4 60.4 64.5 39.9 42.5 57.6 88.7 45.7 32.3 43.4 42.0 43.8 53.2 51.6 65.4 29.0 58.5 49.4 46.2 29.9 35.1 42.9 29.1 3.8 4.8 4.6 2.4 8.5 5.9 2.4 2.3 2.8 1.5 5.6 4.4 6.4 4.7 3.2 3.1 5.8 5.6 10.0 3.5 80.4 75.4 86.2 91.1 82.6 71.8 76.8 92.1 70.7 76.1 79.8 90.6 78.4 94.4 78.6 72.6 78.5 89.3 77.3 73.2 16.8 13.0 30.0 19.1 25.0 8.3 16.3 36.3 14.5 8.6 16.8 47.7 18.9 47.8 22.8 10.0 9.3 38.3 30.8 8.7 77.9 70.7 71.4 80.1 66.3 65.9 56.0 70.9 55.7 70.3 58.5 57.6 67.5 83.3 52.5 60.0 68.6 66.1 62.9 69.4 2.4 3.5 3.0 5.6 2.9 3.0 3.9 2.6 2.6 5.7 3.4 2.9 3.8 2.0 2.7 3.4 2.1 2.9 3.0 3.4 21.1 20.0 36.1 23.2 32.1 16.6 25.7 44.4 26.3 17.9 31.8 37.5 29.8 43.4 34.0 27.9 20.9 41.9 38.9 16.8 39 30 33 23 32 31 27 46 23 31 26 39 36 45 31 26 37 49 31 37 957 975 637 824 879 987 536 034 143 412 617 735 328 121 325 983 210 688 103 731 42 36 42 23 37 37 33 51 30 35 30 56 40 54 36 36 40 55 42 42 687 932 494 824 339 573 611 948 117 388 766 395 844 480 359 875 599 842 217 817 15 14 16 7 16 14 14 22 12 12 12 14 16 22 14 13 15 22 21 14 028 641 536 388 863 261 223 265 219 538 710 448 818 139 658 273 315 648 907 784 4.3 7.0 5.9 5.7 8.7 3.3 12.9 6.0 13.5 8.7 7.9 17.6 5.9 2.6 7.6 7.0 2.5 1.8 8.6 2.6 3.0 5.1 5.7 2.9 6.9 3.0 8.3 5.8 13.5 4.0 4.4 1.8 4.3 1.2 8.6 4.7 1.9 1.3 6.2 1.7

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Table 14.

Summary of Social Characteristics of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990

[The above table was omitted because there were no qualifying areas]

Table 15.

Summary of Labor Force and Commuting Characteristics of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990

[The above table was omitted because there were no qualifying areas]

Table 16.

Summary of Occupation, Income, and Poverty Characteristics of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990

[The above table was omitted because there were no qualifying areas]

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 17.

Ancestry: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Place of 2,500 to 9,999 27 23 16 7 3 55 844 866 714 152 978 688 – 5 12 – – – – – – – 12 – – – 99 – 30 7 96 – 23 – 23 21 5 48 522 – 903 20 29 – 602 111 647 49 – 98 – – 967 – 036 7 25 – – – – 137 117 689 23 – 90 26 772 694 5 – 121 9 14 – – – – 14 – 253 46 4 85 927 426 85 5 – – – – 4 53 – 23 – – 110 178 153 105 48 25 357 Place of 1,000 to 2,499 15 13 9 4 1 30 457 479 111 368 978 914 10 – 35 – – – 7 – 3 25 – 19 – – 24 – 4 – 109 – 22 – – 77 10 21 429 – 663 – 36 25 582 53 712 72 – 28 – 2 107 – 734 2 50 – – – – 92 56 516 41 – 102 3 325 369 – – 48 32 8 – – – – 8 – 120 51 – 25 204 196 16 3 – – – – 13 – – – – 5 812

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State All persons Ancestry specified Single ancestry Multiple ancestry Ancestry unclassified or not reported Total ancestries reported Acadian Albanian Arab Egyptian Iraqi Jordanian Lebanese Palestinian Syrian Arab/ Arabic Other Arab Armenian Assyrian Australian Austrian Basque Belgian Brazilian British Bulgarian Canadian Celtic Croatian Czech Czechoslovakian Danish Dutch Eastern European English Estonian European Finnish French (except Basque) French Canadian German Greek Guyanese Hungarian Icelander Iranian Irish Israeli Italian Latvian Lithuanian Luxemburger Macedonian Maltese Northern European Norwegian Pennsylvania German Polish Portuguese Romanian Russian Scandinavian Scotch-Irish Scottish Serbian Slavic Slovak Slovene Subsaharan African Cape Verdean Ethiopian Ghanian Nigerian African Other Subsaharan African Swedish Swiss Turkish Ukrainian United States or American Welsh West Indian (excluding Hispanic origin groups) Bahamian Barbadian Belizean British West Indian Dutch West Indian Haitian Jamaican Trinidadian/ Tobagonian West Indian Other West Indian Yugoslavian Other ancestries 666 599 383 216 66 1 332 1 168 607 103 504 561 336 247 123 470 221 39 24 533 94 202 250 107 294 – 96 364 13 637 89 378 13 248 57 542 449 736 732 956 332 759 123 906 872 190 990 165 203 38 468 29 254 180 162 568 438 695 7 13 40 38 036 396 286 127 680 832 966 847 796 183 193 697 79 258 – 63 6 231 774 184 659 860 327 950 084 759 014 48 74 – 22 14 242 118 158 289 49 364 804 487 446 277 168 41 974 1 Total 338 072 910 162 266 676 183 114 298 221 32 24 448 94 191 225 63 240 – 81 892 13 518 81 455 6 989 50 413 077 526 359 321 330 293 106 706 609 727 290 048 566 38 831 20 217 871 162 630 409 348 – 13 33 32 310 496 788 822 580 117 739 778 886 127 176 099 39 014 – 45 6 231 557 175 103 245 265 467 033 642 786 45 74 – 19 14 131 028 153 280 42 300 527 459 422 261 161 37 918 1

Inside urbanized area

Total 494 206 196 010 288 988 183 109 286 221 32 24 448 94 191 225 51 240 – 81 793 13 488 74 359 6 966 50 390 056 521 311 799 330 390 86 677 609 125 179 401 517 38 733 20 217 904 162 594 402 323 – 13 33 32 173 379 099 799 580 027 713 006 192 122 176 978 30 000 – 45 6 231 543 175 850 199 261 382 106 216 701 40 74 – 19 14 127 975 153 257 42 300 417

Central place 99 89 71 18 9 198 058 864 161 703 194 116 30 9 120 24 – – 55 – 22 9 10 24 – – 135 – 32 – 615 – 108 5 6 135 108 152 984 64 487 11 76 118 729 307 022 304 – 347 – 21 746 16 428 65 223 – – – – 286 99 512 96 59 912 78 157 387 27 9 704 7 369 – – – 49 280 40 697 186 16 337 478 742 716 15 35 – – – 55 458 46 73 34 31 235

Urban fringe 360 332 190 142 28 720 1 436 342 035 307 094 872 153 100 166 197 32 24 393 94 169 216 41 216 – 81 658 13 456 74 744 6 858 45 384 921 413 159 815 266 903 75 601 491 396 872 379 213 38 386 20 196 158 146 166 337 100 – 13 33 32 887 280 587 703 521 115 635 849 805 95 167 274 23 631 – 45 6 182 263 135 153 013 245 045 628 474 985 25 39 – 19 14 72 517 107 184 8 269 182

Total 830 535 193 342 295 660 64 9 172 – 7 – 85 – 11 25 44 54 – 15 472 – 119 8 923 7 259 7 129 372 210 373 635 2 466 17 200 263 463 700 117 637 – 637 9 37 309 – 938 29 347 7 – 7 6 726 900 498 305 100 715 227 069 910 56 17 598 40 244 – 18 – – 217 9 556 615 62 483 051 117 228 3 – – 3 – 111 90 5 9 7 64 277

Place of less than 1,000 11 9 6 2 1 22 048 305 553 752 743 096 – – 5 – – – – – 3 – 2 2 – 2 16 – 7 – 53 – 18 – – 22 7 7 336 2 850 – 5 1 327 25 131 33 – 35 – – 977 – 439 – 18 – – – – 40 11 226 14 5 48 12 223 174 – 6 11 – 3 – – – – 3 – 147 13 6 29 981 162 49 – – – – – 33 16 – – – 5 574

Rural farm 6 5 3 1 1 12 486 350 719 631 136 972 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 9 – – – 54 – – – 48 11 1 41 157 – 1 766 – 12 6 124 – 1 421 – – – – – 1 194 – 104 2 22 – – – – 9 6 149 – – 6 14 155 183 – – 25 – 24 – – – – 24 – 115 19 – – 690 104 – – – – – – – – – – – – 510

2

1

1

1

4 1 1 1 14 122

3

3

2

1 1 10 82

1 1 9 76

1 8 66

4 40

9

5

3

2

19 2 138 3 3 139 63 2

13 2 102 2 2 105 54 2

13 2 97 2 2 100 53 2

1 11

11 1 86 2 2 88 46 2

5 36

4

2

2

12 7

4 1

33 8

3

1

3 2 38 1 6 13 16 4 1

2 1 32 6 10 12 4 1

2 1 32 6 10 12 3 1

4

1 1 27 5 8 10 3

5

1 1

3 3

7 1 4 29 9 2

6 1 4 14 7 1

5 1 4 12 7 1

5 1 4 9 6

1

2

1

15 2

1

1

1

140

110

103

47

56

7

30

2

1

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Table 18.

Nativity, Citizenship, Year of Entry, Area of Birth, and Language Spoken at Home: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Place of 1,000 to 2,499

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Total

Inside urbanized area

Total

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Place of less than 1,000

Rural farm

NATIVITY AND CITIZENSHIP
All persons Native Foreign born Naturalized citizen Not a citizen Entered 1980 to 1990 Naturalized citizen Entered 1965 to 1979 Naturalized citizen 666 643 22 12 9 7 1 6 4 22 3 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 3 3 168 893 275 437 838 377 285 544 057 275 080 355 411 531 424 160 960 818 209 327 487 468 18 10 8 6 1 5 3 338 478 860 436 424 299 065 695 503 459 441 18 10 8 6 494 274 220 070 150 022 982 5 526 3 406 99 95 3 2 1 1 058 551 507 047 460 008 253 1 151 627 360 345 14 8 6 5 436 723 713 023 690 014 729 4 375 2 779 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 27 844 27 204 640 366 274 277 83 169 97 640 159 12 46 60 92 34 43 28 53 113 640 187 40 10 – 191 110 214 116 9 – – – 10 – – – 28 11 178 175 3 2 1 1 830 415 415 001 414 078 220 849 554 15 457 15 067 390 196 194 146 28 82 55 390 35 59 24 28 60 7 15 52 53 57 390 119 12 2 – 146 86 93 40 26 5 – – 10 – 7 3 13 5 11 048 10 841 207 97 110 49 5 61 17 207 7 11 13 18 38 12 11 3 53 41 207 89 13 – – 35 8 62 28 13 4 8 – 2 – – – 11 – 6 486 6 439 47 45 2 – – 11 11 47 – – – – – 11 – 4 16 16 47 24 – – – 15 – 8 – – – – – – – – – – –

YEAR OF ENTRY
Foreign-born persons 1987 to 1990 1985 or 1986 1982 to 1984 1980 or 1981 1975 to 1979 1970 to 1974 1965 to 1969 1960 to 1964 1950 to 1959 Before 1950 18 860 2 768 984 1 280 1 267 2 131 1 815 1 749 1 564 2 594 2 708 18 860 6 823 1 039 396 91 5 826 2 957 3 665 1 281 804 144 842 346 578 274 88 28 642 283 18 220 2 609 972 1 234 1 207 2 039 1 781 1 706 1 536 2 541 2 595 18 220 6 636 999 386 91 5 635 2 847 3 451 1 165 795 144 842 346 568 274 88 28 614 272 3 507 410 185 213 200 491 323 337 296 386 666 3 507 1 339 160 41 11 565 195 1 038 467 49 – 177 73 113 62 – – 234 40 14 713 2 199 787 1 021 1 007 1 548 1 458 1 369 1 240 2 155 1 929 14 713 5 297 839 345 80 5 070 2 652 2 413 698 746 144 665 273 455 212 88 28 380 232 3 415 312 371 131 264 293 345 211 254 615 619 3 415 1 409 246 39 3 907 390 806 394 194 24 129 23 28 11 14 3 83 8

AREA OF BIRTH BY YEAR OF ENTRY
Foreign-born persons Europe Entered 1980 to 1990 Soviet Union Entered 1980 to 1990 Asia Entered 1980 to 1990 North America Entered 1980 to 1990 Canada Entered 1980 to 1990 South America Entered 1980 to 1990 Africa Entered 1980 to 1990 Oceania Entered 1980 to 1990 Area not reported Entered 1980 to 1990 22 275 8 232 1 285 435 94 6 733 3 347 4 471 1 675 998 168 971 369 606 285 102 31 725 291

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME
Persons 5 years and over Speak only English Spanish French Italian Portuguese German Yiddish Other West Germanic Scandinavian Polish Russian South Slavic Other Slavic Greek Indic Other Indo-European languages Chinese Japanese Mon-Khmer Korean Tagalog Vietnamese Arabic Hungarian Native North American languages Other languages 617 575 15 3 3 4 1 2 720 393 302 753 376 291 206 202 164 328 806 233 96 662 177 410 813 805 424 42 932 602 382 585 281 31 424 451 417 12 2 2 2 280 437 636 496 894 245 789 202 302 269 508 218 96 587 070 258 742 581 321 42 788 497 295 493 236 27 251 425 393 12 2 2 2 607 032 006 332 862 245 607 182 302 261 486 218 96 587 070 178 697 581 304 42 788 476 273 493 230 27 232 92 088 82 347 5 219 672 795 67 618 55 76 22 966 18 – 58 166 85 156 59 60 42 161 133 32 70 4 7 200 333 310 6 1 2 1 519 685 787 660 067 178 989 127 226 239 520 200 96 529 904 093 541 522 244 – 627 343 241 423 226 20 032 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 25 673 24 405 630 164 32 – 182 20 – 8 22 – – – – 80 45 – 17 – – 21 22 – 6 – 19 166 157 2 1 440 956 666 257 482 46 1 417 – 862 59 298 15 – 75 107 152 71 224 103 – 144 105 87 92 45 4 173 14 390 13 684 242 115 47 – 86 – 8 8 17 – – – 31 42 23 14 7 – 2 23 2 13 – 4 22 10 250 9 792 164 105 17 – 61 – 1 4 15 – – 19 9 5 – – 5 – 12 5 – – 4 – 32 6 143 5 642 34 52 12 – 272 – 94 – 21 – – – – 11 2 – – – – – 3 – – – –

2

2

1

1 1 1

1 1 1

1 1 1

1 1

1

1

1

1

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME BY ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Persons 5 years and over Speak English only Spanish Speak English " very well" Speak English " well" Speak English " not well" Speak English " not at all" Other Indo-European languages Speak English " very well" Speak English " well" Speak English " not well" Speak English " not at all" Asian and Pacific Island languages Speak English " very well" Speak English " well" Speak English " not well" Speak English " not at all" All other languages Speak English " very well" Speak English " well" Speak English " not well" Speak English " not at all" 617 575 15 9 2 2 20 14 4 1 5 2 1 1 1 720 393 302 447 959 339 557 517 397 340 687 93 073 850 547 588 88 435 064 284 87 – 451 417 12 7 2 1 15 11 2 1 4 2 1 1 280 437 636 914 449 800 473 676 345 995 284 52 257 462 259 468 68 274 932 264 78 – 425 393 12 7 2 1 15 10 2 1 4 2 1 1 607 032 006 600 323 682 401 123 941 885 248 49 188 412 240 468 68 258 916 264 78 – 92 82 5 2 1 088 347 219 919 136 849 315 3 754 2 635 802 312 5 547 348 128 71 – 221 137 60 24 – 333 310 6 4 1 11 8 2 519 685 787 681 187 833 86 369 306 083 936 44 641 064 112 397 68 037 779 204 54 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 25 673 24 405 630 314 126 118 72 553 404 110 36 3 69 50 19 – – 16 16 – – – 166 157 2 1 440 956 666 533 510 539 84 4 841 3 052 1 345 403 41 816 388 288 120 20 161 132 20 9 – 14 390 13 684 242 95 48 77 22 377 288 48 37 4 64 18 25 21 – 23 20 – 3 – 10 250 9 792 164 94 32 38 – 236 153 54 29 – 54 21 19 14 – 4 2 2 – – 6 143 5 642 34 32 – 2 – 464 149 293 22 – 3 3 – – – – – – – –

3 2 1 1

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 19.

Place of Birth of Foreign-Born Persons: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Place of 2,500 to 9,999 640 187 – – 15 – – – 12 54 – – – 10 – – – – – – – – – – 88 – 10 191 22 – – – – 12 – – – – – – 6 – – – 74 29 – – – 5 4 39 214 9 165 26 – – – – – 4 7 3 8 – – 5 – – – 3 – – – – – – – – – – – 10 – – – – – – – – – – 28 Place of 1,000 to 2,499 390 119 10 – 8 – – – 13 17 9 – 2 14 – – – 6 – – – – – 6 32 2 2 146 – – – 3 9 9 – 2 – 3 5 – 12 3 – 4 22 34 – 16 14 5 3 2 93 26 46 11 – 3 – – – 8 – – 10 – – 10 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 10 – – – – 7 – – 7 7 – 13

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Foreign-born persons Europe Austria Belgium Czechoslovakia Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Latvia Lithuania Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Romania Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom Yugoslavia Soviet Union Asia Afghanistan Burma Cambodia China Hong Kong India Indonesia Iran Iraq Israel Japan Jordan Korea Laos Lebanon Malaysia Pakistan Philippines Saudi Arabia Syria Taiwan Thailand Turkey Vietnam North America Canada Mexico Caribbean Bahamas Barbados Cuba Dominican Republic Grenada Haiti Jamaica Trinidad and Tobago Central America Belize Costa Rica El Salvador Guatemala Honduras Nicaragua Panama South America Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Ecuador Guyana Peru Uruguay Venezuela Africa Cape Verde Egypt Ethiopia Ghana Morocco Nigeria South Africa Oceania Australia New Zealand Area not reported 22 275 8 232 193 76 127 50 27 16 261 1 628 344 199 408 1 161 160 16 275 74 644 78 40 139 153 24 2 003 109 435 6 733 44 40 23 755 150 1 302 105 204 23 86 402 44 878 124 56 37 234 826 11 35 470 152 170 366 4 471 998 883 2 040 36 73 400 136 – 143 842 239 471 30 31 80 39 34 13 244 971 194 25 128 69 282 11 140 28 – 31 606 – 86 59 6 18 110 52 102 67 11 725 Total 18 860 6 823 155 55 103 33 27 16 164 1 371 312 182 363 1 040 155 14 240 47 524 78 38 125 133 10 1 513 105 396 5 826 44 40 23 698 135 1 183 98 178 23 83 311 44 750 80 50 33 192 687 11 19 382 121 149 308 3 665 804 637 1 752 33 64 363 99 – 50 764 214 405 30 15 70 36 10 13 231 842 181 22 112 69 227 11 132 23 – 25 578 – 86 59 6 11 105 47 88 53 11 642

Inside urbanized area

Total 18 220 6 636 155 55 88 33 27 16 152 1 317 312 182 363 1 030 155 14 240 47 524 78 38 125 133 10 1 425 105 386 5 635 22 40 23 698 135 1 171 98 178 23 83 311 44 744 80 50 33 118 658 11 19 382 116 145 269 3 451 795 472 1 726 33 64 363 99 – 46 757 211 397 30 15 65 36 10 13 228 842 181 22 112 69 227 11 132 23 – 25 568 – 86 59 6 11 105 47 88 53 11 614

Central place 3 507 1 339 – 9 8 – 6 9 – 260 41 4 71 410 14 8 48 10 99 – 8 51 6 – 277 – 41 565 – – 23 22 – 108 7 39 – – 42 5 118 – – 7 6 148 – – – 8 6 26 1 038 49 129 643 15 15 69 5 – 22 430 61 177 30 – – 26 – 5 116 177 16 – 13 9 77 – 35 – – – 113 – 8 16 – – 20 12 – – – 234

Urban fringe 14 713 5 297 155 46 80 33 21 7 152 1 057 271 178 292 620 141 6 192 37 425 78 30 74 127 10 1 148 105 345 5 070 22 40 – 676 135 1 063 91 139 23 83 269 39 626 80 50 26 112 510 11 19 382 108 139 243 2 413 746 343 1 083 18 49 294 94 – 24 327 150 220 – 15 65 10 10 8 112 665 165 22 99 60 150 11 97 23 – 25 455 – 78 43 6 11 85 35 88 53 11 380

Total 3 415 1 409 38 21 24 17 – – 97 257 32 17 45 121 5 2 35 27 120 – 2 14 20 14 490 4 39 907 – – – 57 15 119 7 26 – 3 91 – 128 44 6 4 42 139 – 16 88 31 21 58 806 194 246 288 3 9 37 37 – 93 78 25 66 – 16 10 3 24 – 13 129 13 3 16 – 55 – 8 5 – 6 28 – – – – 7 5 5 14 14 – 83

Place of less than 1,000 207 89 – – 7 – – – 4 18 – – 5 6 – – 1 – – – 2 2 – – 44 – – 35 – – – – – 5 – – – – – – 12 – – – – 3 – – – 5 6 4 62 13 4 40 – – – – – 29 11 – 5 – – – 3 – – 2 8 – 3 – – – – – 5 – – 2 – – – – – – – – – – 11

Rural farm 47 24 – – – – – – 8 4 – – – – 2 – – – 10 – – – – – – – – 15 – – – – – 11 – – – – 4 – – – – – – – – – – – – – 8 – – – – – – – – – – – 8 – – – – – – 8 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

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Table 20.

Age, Sex, Ability to Speak English, and Disability: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Place of 1,000 to 2,499

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Total

Inside urbanized area

Total

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Place of less than 1,000

Rural farm

AGE AND SEX
All persons Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 29 years 30 to 34 years 35 to 39 years 40 to 44 years 45 to 49 years 50 to 54 years 55 to 59 years 60 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Female Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 29 years 30 to 34 years 35 to 39 years 40 to 44 years 45 to 49 years 50 to 54 years 55 to 59 years 60 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Median age for all persons Male Female 666 28 19 47 43 24 21 53 59 59 52 47 37 30 29 29 50 30 343 14 9 23 20 11 11 26 30 30 26 24 19 15 15 16 27 20 168 985 463 399 090 070 467 195 868 914 359 751 780 587 604 966 169 501 127 213 487 139 906 639 084 874 264 133 807 261 241 919 255 038 664 203 33.0 31.9 34.0 720 327 403 641 611 672 569 765 566 216 022 787 570 209 265 777 561 606 487 21 14 34 30 17 17 42 45 45 38 34 26 21 20 20 34 21 252 10 6 16 14 8 8 21 23 22 20 17 13 11 10 10 19 14 338 721 337 505 763 464 012 566 645 028 808 221 944 748 506 024 256 790 970 659 979 813 851 389 971 676 311 693 131 555 972 289 670 850 349 812 32.2 31.1 33.3 280 843 534 330 737 242 190 772 556 998 864 459 20 13 32 28 16 16 40 43 42 36 32 25 20 19 18 31 19 238 9 6 15 13 7 8 20 22 21 19 16 13 10 10 10 17 13 494 419 468 427 783 479 379 685 026 922 857 530 639 582 518 795 631 354 178 947 609 773 926 897 669 792 037 607 096 691 314 700 078 160 800 082 32.1 31.1 33.1 607 575 222 494 695 164 706 658 203 988 857 99 4 2 7 6 3 3 8 9 8 7 6 4 4 3 3 7 6 52 2 1 3 3 1 1 4 4 4 4 3 2 2 1 2 4 4 058 143 827 043 565 601 381 680 752 689 618 687 969 065 865 654 461 058 613 062 509 433 138 710 780 139 976 306 160 445 740 120 976 160 647 312 32.0 30.0 34.1 360 16 10 25 22 12 12 32 33 34 29 25 20 16 15 15 24 13 185 7 5 12 10 6 6 16 17 17 14 13 10 8 8 8 13 8 436 276 641 384 218 878 998 005 274 233 239 843 670 517 653 141 170 296 565 885 100 340 788 187 889 653 061 301 936 246 574 580 102 000 153 770 32.1 31.4 32.9 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 27 844 1 302 869 2 078 1 980 985 633 1 881 2 619 2 106 1 951 1 691 1 305 1 166 988 1 229 2 625 2 436 14 792 712 370 1 040 925 492 302 884 1 274 1 086 1 035 864 658 589 592 690 1 549 1 730 33.7 30.9 36.5 25 673 1 268 312 836 42 78 484 114 353 10 7 85 23 910 255 37 212 6 – 178 7 5 12 12 6 4 10 14 14 13 13 10 8 9 9 15 8 90 3 2 6 6 3 2 5 6 7 6 6 5 4 4 5 8 5 830 264 126 894 327 606 455 629 223 886 551 530 836 839 098 942 913 711 157 554 508 326 055 250 113 198 953 440 676 706 269 630 585 188 315 391 35.4 34.5 36.3 15 457 618 449 965 989 613 310 874 1 115 1 153 1 106 1 064 815 655 804 853 1 626 1 448 8 333 319 262 500 472 295 162 439 588 565 585 540 395 325 452 475 932 1 027 37.9 35.7 39.8 14 390 706 128 456 64 58 285 63 178 25 19 34 14 039 100 38 52 4 6 11 048 471 327 733 590 395 275 642 833 868 795 671 532 476 518 726 1 294 902 5 933 258 169 371 311 178 131 350 425 460 415 336 245 284 270 424 703 603 37.5 36.0 38.8 10 250 458 83 293 70 12 188 48 114 24 2 34 10 095 69 18 32 18 1 6 486 184 159 416 575 348 219 216 256 401 492 495 485 363 416 504 630 327 3 288 112 99 217 294 177 125 102 126 172 278 258 222 157 225 248 289 187 39.8 40.7 39.0 6 143 501 232 204 59 6 317 183 109 21 4 41 6 143 274 149 107 16 2

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Persons 5 years and over Speak a language other than English 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Do not speak English " very well" 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over 617 42 7 28 3 2 14 2 9 1 1 2 597 6 1 3 451 33 5 23 2 2 11 1 7 425 32 5 22 2 2 10 1 7 92 9 1 6 088 741 972 072 764 933 3 702 793 2 313 268 328 333 22 3 16 1 1 7 519 834 250 422 931 231 004 865 4 890 720 529 166 8 1 5 440 484 869 311 874 430 3 379 993 2 010 218 158

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN HOUSEHOLD
Linguistically isolated households Persons 5 years and over in households In linguistically isolated households 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over 2 295 434 625 4 697 738 2 958 453 548 2 210 410 715 4 442 701 2 746 447 548 828 87 096 1 729 408 917 151 253 1 382 323 619 2 713 293 1 829 296 295 492 162 945 1 512 527 819 108 58

DISABILITY STATUS OF CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
Males 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Females 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Males 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Females 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Males 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Females 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation 206 8 3 1 6 16 8 6 189 169 222 9 4 1 7 16 6 8 205 153 22 2 1 1 27 3 2 2 9 2 1 1 17 5 5 2 197 731 698 098 861 275 186 998 922 427 471 823 853 304 326 911 570 168 560 939 253 631 721 793 256 447 400 112 534 234 723 274 485 883 220 971 151 120 6 079 2 481 735 4 790 11 103 5 777 4 541 140 017 124 570 165 699 7 027 3 418 953 5 183 11 813 4 829 5 511 153 886 116 386 14 721 1 786 1 110 1 239 19 036 2 461 1 671 1 523 6 394 1 588 1 249 899 12 647 4 512 3 975 2 311 143 977 5 864 2 421 722 4 601 10 384 5 435 4 189 133 593 118 853 157 544 6 682 3 236 920 4 934 10 996 4 550 5 100 146 548 111 070 13 700 1 605 1 015 1 109 17 592 2 289 1 529 1 448 5 871 1 503 1 180 843 11 504 4 166 3 680 2 109 28 128 1 788 852 201 1 386 2 906 1 227 1 504 25 222 22 035 32 647 2 053 1 004 285 1 542 3 150 1 048 1 781 29 497 22 974 2 804 547 311 401 4 570 789 447 578 1 571 432 367 248 3 798 1 418 1 304 711 115 849 4 076 1 569 521 3 215 7 478 4 208 2 685 108 371 96 818 124 897 4 629 2 232 635 3 392 7 846 3 502 3 319 117 051 88 096 10 896 1 058 704 708 13 022 1 500 1 082 870 4 300 1 071 813 595 7 706 2 748 2 376 1 398 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 143 215 60 13 189 719 342 352 6 424 5 717 8 155 345 182 33 249 817 279 411 7 338 5 316 1 021 181 95 130 1 444 172 142 75 523 85 69 56 1 143 346 295 202 55 077 2 652 1 217 363 2 071 5 172 2 409 2 457 49 905 44 857 56 772 2 796 1 435 351 2 143 5 098 1 741 2 657 51 674 37 553 7 532 845 611 554 8 220 986 729 589 3 140 646 474 375 4 838 1 371 1 245 660 4 337 254 125 51 206 414 160 211 3 923 3 527 4 728 257 118 42 205 361 146 203 4 367 3 188 667 67 37 49 899 142 105 108 367 75 62 36 853 227 205 144 3 086 71 44 18 39 292 143 132 2 794 2 460 3 458 99 76 24 44 313 124 167 3 145 2 292 576 39 23 31 676 47 37 17 276 57 39 34 513 154 147 57 2 042 51 8 – 46 170 99 61 1 872 1 699 2 029 101 52 5 70 133 44 64 1 896 1 350 341 62 32 41 289 26 5 26 140 39 21 33 187 75 71 16

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 21.

Fertility and Household and Family Composition: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Place of 1,000 to 2,499

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Total

Inside urbanized area

Total

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Place of less than 1,000

Rural farm

FERTILITY
Women 15 to 24 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 25 to 34 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 35 to 44 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women No children 1 child 2 children 3 children 4 children 5 or more children Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women 49 597 14 268 288 9 030 8 199 908 60 397 76 692 1 270 44 650 66 924 1 499 51 068 95 404 1 868 9 008 9 581 18 528 9 506 2 941 1 504 45 734 90 940 1 988 39 036 10 281 263 6 219 5 505 885 46 004 55 646 1 210 32 875 48 068 1 462 37 686 69 034 1 832 7 081 6 947 13 585 6 893 2 212 968 33 165 65 213 1 966 37 358 9 445 253 5 823 5 099 876 43 644 51 950 1 190 31 030 45 041 1 452 35 787 65 155 1 821 6 879 6 569 12 774 6 601 2 068 896 31 480 61 578 1 956 7 629 3 002 393 1 039 1 094 1 053 9 282 11 685 1 259 5 301 7 919 1 494 7 605 14 149 1 860 1 736 1 331 2 264 1 382 572 320 5 921 11 896 2 009 29 729 6 443 217 4 784 4 005 837 34 362 40 265 1 172 25 729 37 122 1 443 28 182 51 006 1 810 5 143 5 238 10 510 5 219 1 496 576 25 559 49 682 1 944 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1 678 836 498 396 406 1 025 2 360 3 696 1 566 1 845 3 027 1 641 1 899 3 879 2 043 202 378 811 292 144 72 1 685 3 635 2 157 10 561 3 987 378 2 811 2 694 958 14 393 21 046 1 462 11 775 18 856 1 601 13 382 26 370 1 971 1 927 2 634 4 943 2 613 729 536 12 569 25 727 2 047 896 433 483 227 261 150 153 675 453 865 486 718 125 102 868 188 218 393 244 58 24 057 022 913 659 281 426 195 191 979 885 240 401 694 067 537 751 503 001 83 189 254 146 47 32 683 438 105 404 76 188 39 40 026 298 467 567 233 435 867 536 315 453 34 115 183 119 36 49 524 315 510

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1

1

1 1 1 1 1 2

1 1 1 2

1 2 1

1 2

1 2

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
All persons In households Family householder Male Female Nonfamily householder Male Female Spouse Child Other relatives Nonrelatives In group quarters Persons per household Persons per family 666 645 176 137 39 70 30 40 141 199 29 28 20 168 981 925 483 442 238 149 089 247 735 684 152 187 2.61 3.10 487 470 126 96 30 54 22 31 98 147 21 22 16 338 646 378 000 378 787 989 798 385 029 992 075 692 2.60 3.12 459 444 119 90 28 51 21 29 93 138 20 21 14 494 565 255 989 266 670 968 702 102 584 856 098 929 2.60 3.12 99 94 23 14 8 15 5 9 14 28 7 5 5 058 029 103 114 989 292 895 397 084 584 500 466 029 2.45 3.17 360 350 96 76 19 36 16 20 79 110 13 15 9 436 536 152 875 277 378 073 305 018 000 356 632 900 2.64 3.10 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 27 26 7 5 2 3 1 2 5 8 1 844 081 123 011 112 117 021 096 283 445 136 977 1 763 2.55 3.09 178 175 50 41 9 15 7 8 42 52 7 6 3 830 335 547 483 064 451 160 291 862 706 692 077 495 2.66 3.04 15 15 4 3 1 1 457 106 150 055 095 999 728 1 271 3 350 4 327 769 511 351 2.46 3.04 11 10 3 2 048 893 079 361 718 1 265 473 792 2 522 2 986 567 474 155 2.51 2.97 6 6 1 1 486 486 869 707 162 379 172 207 1 681 2 209 240 108 – 2.89 3.21

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN
Families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Married-couple families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Female householder, no husband present With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Subfamilies With own children under 18 years Married-couple subfamilies With own children under 18 years Mother-child subfamilies Persons under 18 years Percent living with two parents 176 82 38 141 64 31 28 14 5 7 6 1 925 577 829 129 482 987 022 692 360 075 424 129 478 4 823 163 007 71.6 378 647 735 512 228 281 113 927 382 144 644 833 333 3 559 118 790 70.2 126 60 28 98 46 23 22 11 4 5 4 255 167 078 396 012 216 467 909 903 877 407 784 314 3 422 111 576 70.9 119 57 27 93 44 22 20 10 3 4 4 103 691 678 240 144 968 362 985 424 796 715 122 41 1 384 24 179 47.6 23 10 4 14 6 2 7 3 1 1 1 96 46 22 79 37 19 13 6 2 3 2 152 476 400 156 868 248 105 924 479 081 692 662 273 2 038 87 397 77.4 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 3 1 5 2 1 1 1 123 480 657 116 216 065 646 018 479 267 237 49 19 137 7 214 59.7 50 21 10 42 18 8 5 2 547 930 094 617 254 706 909 765 978 1 931 1 780 296 145 1 264 44 217 75.3 4 150 1 765 797 3 256 1 331 649 736 398 138 177 139 52 14 92 3 634 69.9 3 079 1 174 564 2 500 919 461 440 188 77 135 127 11 3 100 2 516 67.9 1 869 701 270 1 689 680 270 89 7 – 69 69 9 9 36 1 682 89.5

UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLDS
Total Male and female Both male Both female 10 130 9 918 136 76 7 545 7 371 119 55 7 104 6 958 107 39 1 877 1 825 25 27 5 227 5 133 82 12 – – – – 441 413 12 16 2 585 2 547 17 21 181 181 – – 186 186 – – 61 61 – –

SELECTED LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Households With one or more subfamilies With related members 15 years and over other than spouse, children, parents, or parents-in-law of householder With roomer, boarder, or foster child 15 years and over 247 163 6 701 10 885 2 949 181 165 4 829 8 128 2 263 170 925 4 582 7 750 2 083 38 395 1 731 2 705 631 132 530 2 851 5 045 1 452 – – – – 10 240 247 378 180 65 998 1 872 2 757 686 6 149 160 286 40 4 344 136 185 64 2 248 87 81 8

LABOR FORCE STATUS OF FAMILY MEMBERS
Married-couple families Husband employed or in Armed Forces Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Wife not in labor force Husband unemployed Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Wife not in labor force Husband not in labor force Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Wife not in labor force Female householder, no husband present Employed or in Armed Forces Unemployed Not in labor force 141 111 78 1 30 1 1 28 6 21 28 18 1 8 129 071 230 941 900 939 380 125 434 119 407 227 485 022 319 106 597 98 78 56 1 21 1 1 18 4 13 22 14 6 512 976 124 315 537 482 091 82 309 054 228 118 708 113 787 846 480 93 75 53 1 20 1 1 16 4 12 20 13 5 396 212 534 228 450 424 061 75 288 760 032 110 618 467 865 746 856 14 240 10 875 8 123 217 2 535 283 214 38 31 3 082 821 41 2 220 7 362 4 463 347 2 552 79 64 45 1 17 1 156 337 411 011 915 141 847 37 257 678 211 69 398 105 402 399 304 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 5 116 3 764 2 590 87 1 087 58 30 7 21 1 294 196 8 1 090 1 646 922 100 624 42 617 32 095 22 106 626 9 363 457 289 43 125 10 065 2 179 109 7 777 5 909 3 532 260 2 117 3 256 2 420 1 674 58 688 37 32 3 2 799 136 6 657 736 432 34 270 2 500 1 700 1 189 41 470 41 16 3 22 759 135 – 624 440 278 13 149 1 689 1 359 916 8 435 – – – – 330 108 8 214 89 48 3 38

13 3 10 13 9 3

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Table 22.

School Enrollment and Educational Attainment: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Place of 1,000 to 2,499

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Total

Inside urbanized area

Total

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Place of less than 1,000

Rural farm

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL
Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school Preprimary school Public school Elementary or high school Public school College Public college Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Percent enrolled in school: 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Persons 18 to 24 years Percent enrolled in college Male Female 171 12 5 108 90 51 39 171 6 84 22 14 18 12 11 219 068 940 041 216 110 206 219 479 640 200 988 888 857 167 130 9 4 78 62 43 32 130 5 61 16 12 16 10 8 723 512 281 182 992 029 612 723 277 265 318 494 604 444 321 124 9 4 73 58 41 31 124 5 57 15 12 16 9 7 144 056 002 374 407 714 516 144 060 524 372 102 205 999 882 25 325 1 493 835 16 533 14 442 7 299 5 213 25 325 956 12 632 3 195 2 155 2 297 2 176 1 914 33.8 92.8 88.7 63.7 26.5 11.8 4.3 12 061 29.7 24.6 35.1 98 7 3 56 43 34 26 98 4 44 12 9 13 7 5 819 563 167 841 965 415 303 819 104 892 177 947 908 823 968 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6 579 456 279 4 808 4 585 1 315 1 096 6 579 217 3 741 946 392 399 445 439 25.0 92.2 96.0 61.9 21.2 9.4 3.3 2 514 22.4 21.2 23.8 40 2 1 29 27 8 6 40 1 23 5 2 2 2 2 496 556 659 859 224 081 594 496 202 375 882 494 284 413 846 3 274 210 156 2 389 2 273 675 579 3 274 128 1 823 557 151 175 207 233 28.5 93.3 90.9 48.7 20.0 9.1 2.8 1 184 20.9 16.1 25.5 2 220 137 97 1 593 1 520 490 389 2 220 63 1 218 353 149 135 108 194 19.3 92.1 89.4 54.2 21.0 6.3 3.3 917 22.7 14.7 29.9 1 532 101 50 1 141 867 290 257 1 532 42 894 272 91 79 48 106 26.4 90.2 78.2 41.6 36.6 7.3 2.9 435 31.7 26.9 36.1

33.3 93.5 92.2 69.8 35.5 10.7 3.6 74 662 38.3 35.4 41.1

36.8 93.9 93.4 73.4 39.0 11.5 3.8 59 578 42.5 39.9 44.9

37.6 94.0 93.3 73.9 39.8 11.6 3.8 57 064 43.4 40.8 45.7

38.6 94.3 94.6 76.5 43.5 11.6 3.7 45 003 47.0 45.5 48.4

23.4 92.7 89.0 56.0 21.5 8.3 3.1 15 084 21.8 18.6 25.3

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 to 19 years Enrolled in school Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Not enrolled in school High school graduate Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Not high school graduate Employed Unemployed Not in labor force 37 29 12 1 14 8 4 3 252 238 536 695 965 014 138 100 354 472 3 876 1 956 487 1 433 28 22 9 1 11 5 2 2 263 802 542 279 946 461 938 122 264 345 2 523 1 235 367 921 27 21 9 1 11 5 2 2 019 827 129 219 444 192 805 032 251 315 2 387 1 193 336 858 5 774 4 201 1 450 375 2 350 1 573 746 385 100 78 827 270 140 417 21 245 17 626 7 679 844 9 094 3 619 2 059 1 647 151 237 1 560 923 196 441 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1 244 975 413 60 502 269 133 90 13 30 136 42 31 63 8 989 6 436 2 994 416 3 019 2 553 1 200 978 90 127 1 353 721 120 512 731 519 195 32 292 212 71 61 4 6 141 63 17 61 541 381 179 13 189 160 87 75 3 9 73 41 12 20 458 280 147 – 133 178 73 62 – 11 105 88 – 17

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 18 to 24 years High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Master’s degree Professional school degree Doctorate degree Females 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Master’s degree Professional school degree Doctorate degree Persons 25 years and over Percent: Less than 5th grade High school graduate or higher Male Female Some college or higher Bachelor’s degree or higher Male Female Males 25 to 34 years Percent: High school graduate or higher Bachelor’s degree or higher Females 25 to 34 years Percent: High school graduate or higher Bachelor’s degree or higher 74 26 27 6 428 5 25 65 140 72 14 13 58 20 6 6 225 2 13 35 78 38 8 7 29 9 2 1 428 662 757 750 161 499 238 771 463 030 620 163 492 615 461 403 243 785 419 098 425 733 235 696 718 014 017 261 169 499 59 20 23 5 308 3 15 42 95 55 10 10 48 17 5 5 164 1 8 23 54 29 6 6 23 7 1 1 308 578 324 840 668 970 252 124 417 169 669 700 703 359 160 016 401 632 626 353 599 844 541 661 058 825 418 661 046 970 57 19 23 5 290 3 13 38 88 52 10 10 46 16 4 5 154 1 7 21 51 27 6 5 22 7 1 1 290 064 336 200 484 854 055 511 672 939 911 106 091 779 609 878 303 565 554 528 370 402 939 298 698 936 223 605 012 854 12 061 4 384 4 083 874 62 818 1 290 4 495 12 166 18 165 9 989 1 906 1 688 8 394 2 936 1 099 690 34 842 676 2 832 6 946 10 480 5 658 1 149 970 4 148 1 493 300 190 62 818 2.1 71.4 73.2 70.0 42.5 20.9 25.0 17.6 9 159 81.9 24.9 9 282 83.9 23.6 45 14 19 4 228 1 9 26 70 42 8 8 38 13 3 4 119 4 14 40 22 5 4 18 5 1 228 003 952 117 610 036 765 016 506 774 922 200 403 385 673 779 613 723 878 696 424 922 281 149 728 788 730 305 822 036 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 514 988 640 184 18 116 197 1 613 3 745 6 230 2 758 594 612 1 580 551 138 98 10 067 72 825 2 229 3 442 1 602 363 360 889 195 56 34 18 116 1.1 69.3 69.8 68.9 34.9 13.1 14.8 11.7 2 365 74.8 13.0 2 360 84.5 16.5 15 084 6 433 3 910 493 119 529 1 986 10 647 23 046 44 861 16 951 3 463 2 789 10 256 3 301 1 387 842 61 153 793 4 745 11 826 23 889 8 694 2 035 1 660 5 189 1 599 600 123 119 529 1.7 70.2 68.6 71.6 32.6 13.2 14.2 12.3 14 716 77.4 10.6 14 393 84.1 13.0 1 184 456 348 56 10 639 192 935 1 862 3 571 1 682 362 325 1 236 296 122 56 5 884 91 486 1 090 2 026 891 239 195 668 148 41 9 10 639 1.8 71.9 72.2 71.7 38.3 16.1 17.7 14.7 1 115 83.8 15.8 1 153 85.0 16.9 917 399 278 21 615 136 743 379 870 132 210 181 640 214 75 35 165 80 402 799 574 608 138 109 320 101 29 5 615 1.8 70.3 71.7 69.2 32.7 12.7 14.8 10.9 816 77.9 11.2 885 86.8 11.4 435 161 108 28 369 61 514 760 746 531 92 113 438 100 7 7 162 30 203 415 856 282 57 62 220 37 – – 369 1.4 69.4 68.9 70.0 29.5 12.6 13.4 11.9 359 91.9 15.3 298 80.9 17.8

7 1 2 1

4

1

4

2

1

7

4

1.2 77.5 77.5 77.4 44.8 21.4 24.8 18.4 59 385 84.9 23.4 60 397 88.7 24.0

1.1 80.3 81.1 79.6 49.5 24.6 29.1 20.6 44 669 87.4 27.6 46 004 90.1 27.5

1.1 81.0 81.8 80.3 50.4 25.3 29.9 21.2 42 304 88.1 28.4 43 644 90.4 28.1

.8 83.6 84.0 83.3 52.6 26.5 31.2 22.3 33 145 89.8 29.4 34 362 92.1 29.3

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 23.

Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Veteran Status: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Place of 1,000 to 2,499

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Total

Inside urbanized area

Total

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Place of less than 1,000

Rural farm

PLACE OF BIRTH AND NATIVITY
All persons Native Born in State of residence Born in a different State Northeast Midwest South West Born abroad Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area U.S. Virgin Islands American Samoa Guam Northern Marianas Born abroad of American parents Foreign born 666 643 334 300 156 29 105 10 8 4 168 893 209 981 089 026 530 336 703 015 280 108 – 14 5 4 408 22 275 720 154 045 892 153 024 129 381 038 603 107 902 202 6 417 487 468 236 224 125 23 67 8 7 3 338 478 992 037 427 105 295 210 449 580 239 108 – 4 5 3 630 18 860 280 338 293 220 073 304 769 168 644 962 995 816 175 5 658 … … … 248 222 191 31 24 3 1 749 803 685 118 890 925 484 385 434 1.08 7 514 6 516 51 100 737 4 106 336 1 006 10 805 1 780 4 505 237 212 183 29 23 3 1 459 441 221 212 121 22 61 7 7 3 494 274 150 930 223 277 593 837 194 455 239 108 – 4 5 3 500 18 220 607 143 141 206 935 484 451 067 442 237 705 786 152 5 385 … … … 453 567 013 554 821 630 342 364 397 1.08 7 376 6 378 51 100 737 4 106 336 970 10 243 1 702 4 259 47 37 30 6 5 99 95 53 39 17 3 16 1 3 2 058 551 390 100 496 525 508 571 061 250 113 29 – – – 698 3 507 088 260 070 386 684 082 602 162 258 396 786 561 87 1 110 … … … 025 237 493 744 381 740 336 90 197 1.11 3 252 2 933 33 21 188 – 77 50 183 4 809 478 1 016 190 175 152 22 18 2 1 360 345 167 173 103 18 45 6 4 1 436 723 760 830 727 752 085 266 133 205 126 79 – 4 5 2 802 14 713 519 883 071 820 251 402 849 905 184 841 919 225 65 4 275 … … … 428 330 520 810 440 890 006 274 200 1.08 4 124 3 445 18 79 549 4 29 286 787 5 434 1 224 3 243 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – … … … – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 11 10 8 1 1 27 27 15 11 4 844 204 842 107 204 828 5 702 373 255 125 – – – – – 130 640 673 195 152 014 138 820 318 101 202 1 725 290 30 23 273 … … … 296 236 672 564 069 295 142 21 37 1.09 138 138 – – – – – – 36 562 78 246 85 78 66 11 9 1 178 175 97 76 30 5 38 2 1 830 415 217 944 662 921 235 126 254 435 41 – – 10 – 778 3 415 440 816 752 672 080 720 360 213 394 641 112 86 27 759 … … … 377 252 402 850 226 520 480 286 338 1.09 555 471 – 2 45 8 29 121 125 2 057 792 3 475 15 15 8 6 2 457 067 155 766 694 607 3 238 227 146 57 – – – – – 89 390 390 122 107 772 335 538 1 797 564 114 993 126 37 8 116 … … … 6 963 6 094 5 297 797 637 115 22 12 11 1.08 26 14 – 2 2 6 2 4 19 494 87 239 6 724 1 859 742 970 1 483 1 239 431 18.7 56.4 1 2 1 1 253 332 144 995 11 10 5 5 2 048 841 309 447 005 382 2 914 146 85 28 2 – – – – 55 207 250 067 139 227 912 453 1 459 374 91 937 57 – – 44 … … … 4 996 4 546 3 855 691 528 89 30 21 23 1.09 25 21 – – 2 2 – 4 7 159 53 202 4 794 885 775 861 1 015 839 419 20.2 56.0 961 1 620 724 1 489 1 503 37.8 78 1.6 1 581 209 146 129 336 60 119 166 28 643 5 15 6 6 4 2 486 439 161 238 822 156 1 148 112 40 – – – – – – 40 47

RESIDENCE IN 1985
Persons 5 years and over Same house Different house in the United States Same county Different county Same State Different State Northeast Midwest South West Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Elsewhere 617 332 278 170 107 13 94 45 8 34 6 451 237 207 127 80 6 73 38 6 23 4 425 224 195 120 74 4 70 37 6 22 4 92 48 42 28 13 1 12 6 1 4 333 175 153 91 61 3 57 30 5 17 3 25 13 12 7 5 1 3 1 166 94 70 43 27 6 20 7 1 10 1 14 8 6 3 2 10 6 4 2 1 6 143 4 923 1 220 848 372 77 295 87 11 108 89 – – – … … … 3 475 2 492 2 123 369 297 54 12 – 6 1.09 26 14 – – – – 12 – – 147 49 761 2 714 534 504 467 470 483 256 19.9 55.8 512 1 170 402 630 651 25.8 25 1.0 676 30 12 7 195 2 134 81 10 222 – 2

PLACE OF WORK
Workers 16 years and over Worked in area of residence Worked outside area of residence 334 126 301 759 32 367 334 301 258 42 34 5 1 126 055 087 968 116 445 964 671 772 1.08 8 069 6 987 51 102 782 12 135 457 1 131 12 862 2 572 7 980

MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION AND CARPOOLING
Workers 16 years and over Car, truck, or van Drove alone Carpooled 2-person carpool 3-person carpool 4-person carpool 5- or 6-person carpool 7-or-more-person carpool Persons per car, truck, or van Public transportation Bus or trolley bus Streetcar or trolley car Subway or elevated Railroad Ferryboat Taxicab Motorcycle Bicycle Walked Other means Worked at home

TRAVEL TIME TO WORK AND DEPARTURE TIME
Workers who did not work at home Minutes to work: Less than 10 minutes 10 to 14 minutes 15 to 19 minutes 20 to 29 minutes 30 to 44 minutes 45 or more minutes Mean travel time to work (minutes) Workers traveling 45 or more minutes Departure time: 6:00 to 6:59 a.m. 7:00 to 7:59 a.m. 8:00 to 8:59 a.m. All other times 326 146 49 58 65 76 50 25 105 000 976 866 974 225 20.0 56.1 132 377 128 509 244 244 36 45 50 58 35 17 423 505 881 632 365 438 19.5 56.3 872 764 310 298 233 194 33 44 49 56 33 16 144 187 829 489 260 285 19.5 56.5 602 569 730 293 46 009 8 11 10 7 4 3 829 235 313 845 680 107 17.5 57.5 940 771 071 227 187 185 24 32 39 48 28 13 315 952 516 644 580 178 20.0 56.2 662 798 659 066 11 050 3 1 1 2 2 1 279 318 052 143 105 153 20.1 53.5 270 195 580 005 81 902 12 12 15 18 15 7 682 495 095 234 609 787 21.2 55.7 260 613 818 211

61 119 55 90

43 90 42 67

41 86 40 64

6 16 9 13

34 69 31 51

2 4 1 3

17 28 12 23

VETERAN STATUS
Male civilian veterans Percent of civilian males 16 years and over Female civilian veterans Percent of civilian females 16 years and over 77 177 31.8 3 732 1.4 80 11 7 6 22 1 8 10 1 23 909 812 035 155 116 872 241 524 656 983 93 612 54 038 30.9 2 752 1.4 56 8 5 4 15 1 5 7 1 16 790 897 166 615 570 143 880 499 125 226 46 404 50 783 30.7 2 589 1.4 53 8 4 4 14 1 5 7 1 15 372 322 794 273 647 127 588 164 077 055 46 346 10 038 29.8 662 1.6 10 700 1 836 1 028 892 3 092 346 1 086 1 215 245 2 779 15 86 40 745 31.0 1 927 1.3 42 6 3 3 11 672 486 766 381 555 781 4 502 5 949 832 12 276 31 260 3 255 33.9 163 1.4 3 418 575 372 342 923 16 292 335 48 1 171 – 58 23 139 34.1 980 1.4 24 2 1 1 6 119 915 869 540 546 729 2 361 3 025 531 7 757 47 208 1 962 35.9 96 1.4 2 058 293 170 142 413 57 243 243 32 756 12 9

PERIOD OF SERVICE
Civilian veterans 16 years and over May 1975 or later service only September 1980 or later service only Served 2 or more years Vietnam era, no Korean conflict Vietnam era and Korean conflict February 1955 to July 1964 only Korean conflict, no World War II Korean conflict and World War II World War II, no Korean conflict World War I Other service

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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 24.

Labor Force Characteristics: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Place of 1,000 to 2,499

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Total

Inside urbanized area

Total

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Place of less than 1,000

Rural farm

LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 years and over In labor force Percent of persons 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Females 16 years and over In labor force Percent of females 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Males 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Males 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 518 946 354 474 68.3 5 382 349 092 335 147 261 566 13 945 4.0 164 472 8 368 271 380 165 843 61.1 569 165 274 158 860 110 580 6 414 3.9 105 537 3 599 18 531 8 531 1 537 8 243 26 321 18 674 1 291 4 955 141 634 124 399 3 953 10 097 28 277 18 696 532 9 042 13 269 3 771 9 498 7 767 19 534 2 434 17 100 15 281 18 721 9 061 999 8 627 26 874 18 892 1 222 6 597 146 625 111 739 3 788 30 726 31 293 14 540 268 16 485 15 742 3 007 12 735 11 538 32 125 1 758 30 367 29 013 271 41 26 43 35 living with two 42 428 25 956 14 051 living with one 13 886 9 371 6 365 living with two 74 326 53 883 31 886 living with one 25 360 20 289 15 693 19 857 16 002 12 414 18 293 14 809 11 569 7 283 5 240 3 774 11 010 9 569 7 795 – – – 1 564 1 193 845 5 503 4 287 3 279 582 466 344 392 304 213 62 58 42 52 398 38 751 22 583 49 652 36 784 21 369 7 456 5 747 3 486 42 196 31 037 17 883 – – – 2 746 1 967 1 214 21 928 15 132 9 303 1 664 1 047 630 1 074 735 482 1 132 598 426 10 749 7 390 5 144 9 760 6 744 4 731 3 817 2 250 1 478 5 943 4 494 3 253 – – – 989 646 413 3 137 1 981 1 221 303 222 123 265 188 143 42 30 21 31 039 19 187 10 179 29 479 18 175 9 655 4 061 2 539 1 467 25 418 15 636 8 188 – – – 1 560 1 012 524 11 389 6 769 3 872 876 560 226 634 427 232 373 185 131 380 065 979 663 412 379 799 263 720 69.4 4 686 259 034 248 688 194 156 10 346 4.0 116 079 5 496 200 729 125 208 62.4 524 124 684 120 085 83 606 4 599 3.7 75 521 2 823 13 842 5 987 1 167 6 479 20 890 14 474 1 052 4 075 103 443 91 363 3 003 6 420 19 010 12 922 379 5 702 8 826 2 515 6 311 5 112 13 059 1 488 11 571 10 331 14 421 6 912 743 6 733 21 676 15 264 841 5 424 108 951 84 093 2 742 21 772 21 520 10 435 185 10 900 10 814 2 155 8 659 7 873 23 347 1 314 22 033 21 090 200 30 20 31 25 729 337 068 709 894 358 558 251 583 70.2 4 592 246 991 237 284 185 145 9 707 3.9 106 975 3 778 189 161 119 444 63.1 498 118 946 114 684 79 794 4 262 3.6 69 717 2 023 13 215 5 764 1 118 6 124 19 893 13 742 1 015 3 866 98 111 87 122 2 815 5 566 18 075 12 355 357 5 356 8 186 2 343 5 843 4 696 11 917 1 414 10 503 9 331 13 804 6 590 688 6 493 20 792 14 708 782 5 155 103 445 80 176 2 538 20 413 20 238 9 966 172 10 100 10 090 2 072 8 018 7 276 20 792 1 254 19 538 18 689 189 28 18 29 24 161 665 969 902 466 77 272 51 064 66.1 1 948 49 116 45 955 36 108 3 161 6.4 26 208 1 806 41 919 25 272 60.3 255 25 017 23 613 17 272 1 404 5.6 16 647 649 2 836 879 356 1 425 4 541 2 442 371 917 20 033 16 004 946 2 377 3 383 2 189 75 1 119 1 690 520 1 170 980 2 870 317 2 553 2 355 2 938 1 226 259 1 420 4 139 2 613 326 1 101 21 747 16 696 757 4 171 4 136 2 106 39 1 991 2 385 605 1 780 1 607 6 574 390 6 184 5 873 41 5 3 6 5 919 368 470 171 027 281 286 200 519 71.3 2 644 197 875 191 329 149 037 6 546 3.3 80 767 1 972 147 242 94 172 64.0 243 93 929 91 071 62 522 2 858 3.0 53 070 1 374 10 379 4 885 762 4 699 15 352 11 300 644 2 949 78 078 71 118 1 869 3 189 14 692 10 166 282 4 237 6 496 1 823 4 673 3 716 9 047 1 097 7 950 6 976 10 866 5 364 429 5 073 16 653 12 095 456 4 054 81 698 63 480 1 781 16 242 16 102 7 860 133 8 109 7 705 1 467 6 238 5 669 14 218 864 13 354 12 816 147 23 15 23 19 242 297 499 731 439 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 21 241 12 137 57.1 94 12 043 11 404 9 011 639 5.3 9 104 1 718 11 568 5 764 49.8 26 5 738 5 401 3 812 337 5.9 5 804 800 627 223 49 355 997 732 37 209 5 332 4 241 188 854 935 567 22 346 640 172 468 416 1 142 74 1 068 1 000 617 322 55 240 884 556 59 269 5 506 3 917 204 1 359 1 282 469 13 800 724 83 641 597 2 555 60 2 495 2 401 11 1 1 1 1 568 672 099 807 428 139 147 90 754 65.2 696 90 058 86 459 67 410 3 599 4.0 48 393 2 872 70 651 40 635 57.5 45 40 590 38 775 26 974 1 815 4.5 30 016 776 4 689 2 544 370 1 764 5 431 4 200 239 880 38 191 33 036 950 3 677 9 267 5 774 153 3 340 4 443 1 256 3 187 2 655 6 475 946 5 529 4 950 4 300 2 149 256 1 894 5 198 3 628 381 1 173 37 674 27 646 1 046 8 954 9 773 4 105 83 5 585 4 928 852 4 076 3 665 8 778 444 8 334 7 923 70 10 6 11 9 651 728 911 954 518 12 244 7 470 61.0 77 7 393 7 071 5 458 322 4.4 4 774 316 6 702 3 485 52.0 – 3 485 3 305 2 254 180 5.2 3 217 222 352 147 27 178 435 378 14 40 2 910 2 580 88 168 730 443 10 277 388 117 271 227 727 104 623 582 379 172 26 181 439 329 31 79 2 998 2 219 110 669 927 442 5 480 457 95 362 335 1 502 56 1 446 1 401 6 702 862 583 1 016 756 8 798 5 328 60.6 58 5 270 5 053 3 834 217 4.1 3 470 155 4 764 2 518 52.9 – 2 518 2 424 1 652 94 3.7 2 246 117 292 166 13 113 292 239 24 23 2 010 1 751 70 137 550 327 13 210 328 99 229 199 562 50 512 462 249 129 15 105 350 270 12 68 2 165 1 659 53 453 694 269 9 416 372 61 311 279 934 41 893 849 4 764 633 450 608 467 5 043 3 539 70.2 15 3 524 3 480 2 686 44 1.2 1 504 – 2 505 1 495 59.7 – 1 495 1 459 1 019 36 2.4 1 010 – 217 152 – 65 114 107 – 7 1 279 1 186 – 78 447 353 – 94 193 116 77 21 288 115 173 105 241 145 – 96 102 80 – 22 1 213 889 28 296 473 244 8 221 192 62 130 113 284 39 245 185 2 505 299 176 439 340

PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES
Females 16 years and over own children under 6 years labor force own children 6 to 17 years only labor force Own children under 6 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children under 6 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours With In With In

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 25.

Occupation of Employed Persons: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Place of 2,500 to 9,999 11 404 2 726 1 256 63 324 1 470 158 103 81 280 605 472 3 213 133 247 1 084 358 239 487 204 1 749 101 508 189 26 1 790 50 226 81 1 514 514 439 135 11 109 1 454 430 636 388 2 086 656 331 381 381 208 510 115 127 5 401 1 411 542 10 195 869 52 28 33 251 386 324 2 178 99 72 563 125 97 341 190 1 444 43 508 182 22 1 141 50 32 1 1 059 317 217 31 9 22 185 22 12 151 455 244 70 43 43 – 98 – 40 Place of 1,000 to 2,499 7 071 1 612 691 51 146 921 103 47 56 151 354 291 2 048 62 133 864 215 229 420 137 989 26 220 136 45 1 136 15 144 41 977 430 231 140 25 89 1 092 266 601 222 1 043 282 88 306 261 30 337 75 102 3 305 848 305 42 80 543 22 9 13 130 261 226 1 370 51 60 476 112 106 258 101 783 14 220 119 26 721 15 22 – 684 292 101 31 5 24 86 6 19 61 249 104 26 38 38 4 77 – 29

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Employed persons 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers Employed females 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers 335 89 41 1 13 47 11 5 2 7 15 10 113 3 11 37 9 9 18 6 61 2 16 6 3 42 1 5 1 35 14 9 6 2 3 39 12 17 9 44 10 7 10 9 2 12 2 3 158 43 17 6 25 2 7 11 8 75 3 3 19 3 3 12 5 49 1 15 5 1 26 1 1 23 9 3 1 147 148 833 412 233 315 283 487 093 776 963 492 886 572 157 382 318 758 306 976 775 465 096 393 102 146 206 635 734 305 073 140 091 167 645 736 440 784 485 140 585 647 394 925 977 537 878 755 860 010 225 588 756 785 475 615 474 037 160 039 557 065 336 904 718 835 351 704 252 364 864 580 397 028 126 049 112 853 085 994 298 589 695 129 389 488 252 838 672 128 440 434 180 418 155 826 Total 248 688 72 276 33 482 907 11 171 38 794 10 002 4 867 1 707 6 254 12 624 7 976 88 938 2 740 9 422 27 450 6 706 7 605 13 139 4 921 49 326 2 023 12 495 4 741 2 548 30 996 847 4 246 1 268 25 903 10 536 6 546 2 003 235 1 688 25 479 8 140 10 963 6 357 28 996 6 906 5 721 6 623 6 363 1 773 7 973 1 783 2 586 120 085 34 353 13 749 351 5 647 20 604 2 227 551 392 5 651 8 673 6 008 58 488 2 315 2 750 14 317 2 608 2 992 8 717 3 896 39 106 1 129 12 297 4 064 1 117 18 909 792 859 76 17 258 6 608 2 859 366 72 288 1 976 312 293 1 371 5 993 2 212 1 412 844 844 95 1 430 89 518

Inside urbanized area

Total 237 284 69 550 32 226 844 10 847 37 324 9 844 4 764 1 626 5 974 12 019 7 504 85 725 2 607 9 175 26 366 6 348 7 366 12 652 4 717 47 577 1 922 11 987 4 552 2 522 29 206 797 4 020 1 187 24 389 10 022 6 107 1 868 224 1 579 24 025 7 710 10 327 5 969 26 910 6 250 5 390 6 242 5 982 1 565 7 463 1 668 2 459 114 684 32 942 13 207 341 5 452 19 735 2 175 523 359 5 400 8 287 5 684 56 310 2 216 2 678 13 754 2 483 2 895 8 376 3 706 37 662 1 086 11 789 3 882 1 095 17 768 742 827 75 16 199 6 291 2 642 335 63 266 1 791 290 281 1 220 5 538 1 968 1 342 801 801 95 1 332 89 478

Central place 45 955 12 440 5 782 284 1 995 6 658 1 125 418 326 906 2 260 1 555 15 100 486 1 291 4 433 1 117 1 197 2 119 763 8 890 343 1 912 743 535 8 503 358 1 117 478 7 028 2 489 2 275 338 37 300 3 787 1 128 1 719 933 5 787 1 426 952 1 126 1 107 279 2 004 429 615 23 613 6 478 2 649 103 1 066 3 829 362 103 81 838 1 675 1 217 10 354 384 445 2 300 458 466 1 376 629 7 225 232 1 847 619 261 5 101 339 215 27 4 547 1 459 1 102 41 – 41 361 53 64 244 1 278 588 267 96 96 26 301 24 98

Urban fringe 191 329 57 110 26 444 560 8 852 30 666 8 719 4 346 1 300 5 068 9 759 5 949 70 625 2 121 7 884 21 933 5 231 6 169 10 533 3 954 38 687 1 579 10 075 3 809 1 987 20 703 439 2 903 709 17 361 7 533 3 832 1 530 187 1 279 20 238 6 582 8 608 5 036 21 123 4 824 4 438 5 116 4 875 1 286 5 459 1 239 1 844 91 071 26 464 10 558 238 4 386 15 906 1 813 420 278 4 562 6 612 4 467 45 956 1 832 2 233 11 454 2 025 2 429 7 000 3 077 30 437 854 9 942 3 263 834 12 667 403 612 48 11 652 4 832 1 540 294 63 225 1 430 237 217 976 4 260 1 380 1 075 705 705 69 1 031 65 380

Total 86 459 16 872 8 351 505 2 062 8 521 1 281 620 386 1 522 3 339 2 516 24 948 832 1 735 9 932 2 612 2 153 5 167 2 055 12 449 442 3 601 1 652 554 11 150 359 1 389 466 9 402 3 537 2 594 4 088 1 932 1 957 14 257 4 300 6 821 3 128 15 144 3 679 1 926 3 771 3 562 1 204 4 564 1 095 1 169 38 775 8 657 3 476 237 1 109 5 181 248 64 82 1 386 2 487 2 031 17 069 750 586 5 587 1 110 843 3 634 1 808 10 146 235 3 567 1 516 280 7 119 334 190 36 6 595 2 477 1 135 932 517 407 1 153 77 195 881 3 845 1 460 716 596 590 85 988 66 308

Place of less than 1,000 5 053 927 480 36 103 447 41 12 5 70 207 119 1 556 51 67 688 192 171 325 141 750 13 216 105 47 780 28 113 27 639 268 166 161 29 109 708 184 367 154 921 266 125 216 211 60 254 80 65 2 424 513 220 11 62 293 5 – – 57 160 100 1 050 43 20 382 79 77 226 118 605 5 209 101 30 511 25 14 2 472 207 77 41 7 33 68 4 11 53 241 106 45 40 40 – 50 3 23

Rural farm 3 480 583 267 29 65 316 45 22 – 12 185 148 710 – 89 198 83 40 75 36 423 45 209 47 29 363 2 59 20 302 120 45 998 849 138 464 103 259 102 362 52 7 130 124 26 147 17 52 1 459 339 116 17 36 223 19 11 – 11 151 129 491 – 39 115 27 13 75 36 337 12 209 40 17 248 2 14 – 232 84 27 200 172 28 39 – 9 30 142 39 7 55 55 – 41 – 13

3 2 9 3 2 1 1 2

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Table 26.

Industry of Employed Persons: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Place of 2,500 to 9,999 11 404 132 15 – 960 2 323 1 613 635 257 134 412 710 108 32 66 77 94 110 598 37 250 168 49 94 498 1 851 88 327 234 543 736 378 358 3 538 190 227 52 261 111 2 697 536 509 936 8 474 234 753 5 401 51 – – 141 723 556 214 135 39 121 167 23 10 23 9 14 7 194 16 53 74 27 24 144 1 033 56 211 92 341 454 241 213 2 343 104 21 50 160 34 1 974 409 435 613 – 347 170 318 Place of 1,000 to 2,499 7 071 169 15 5 778 1 127 858 404 106 54 218 269 79 17 21 28 11 40 409 8 112 144 58 87 249 1 339 77 210 129 427 419 163 256 2 068 134 72 15 232 80 1 535 375 253 516 33 185 173 493 3 305 58 4 2 76 385 307 167 48 11 36 78 16 12 7 10 3 2 95 6 10 44 22 13 55 752 62 133 28 267 280 119 161 1 355 58 – 15 164 27 1 091 294 192 359 31 132 83 243

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Employed persons 16 years and over Agriculture Forestry and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Chemicals and allied products Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Primary metal industries Fabricated metal industries, including ordnance Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation, communications, and other public utilities Air transportation Trucking service and warehousing Other transportation Communications Utilities and sanitary services Wholesale trade Retail trade General merchandise stores Food, bakery, and dairy stores Automotive dealers and gasoline stations Eating and drinking places Finance, insurance, and real estate Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Services Business services Repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Elementary and secondary schools and colleges Other educational services Social services, religious and membership organizations Legal, engineering, and other professional services Public administration Employed females 16 years and over Agriculture Forestry and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Chemicals and allied products Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Primary metal industries Fabricated metal industries, including ordnance Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation, communications, and other public utilities Air transportation Trucking service and warehousing Other transportation Communications Utilities and sanitary services Wholesale trade Retail trade General merchandise stores Food, bakery, and dairy stores Automotive dealers and gasoline stations Eating and drinking places Finance, insurance, and real estate Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Services Business services Repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Elementary and secondary schools and colleges Other educational services Social services, religious and membership organizations Legal, engineering, and other professional services Public administration 335 147 6 897 251 427 26 720 62 903 42 683 6 728 3 515 3 499 22 488 20 220 1 908 1 056 1 558 2 488 1 7 19 1 4 6 3 4 11 54 6 9 6 13 32 16 15 104 10 4 1 7 3 76 15 11 25 1 10 13 15 158 2 3 20 15 2 1 1 7 4 460 005 784 039 832 860 053 000 660 407 013 092 310 951 416 480 936 444 418 653 409 044 943 977 157 362 929 015 360 154 238 860 045 35 163 116 154 679 453 801 620 937 475 393 217 331 575 Total 248 688 2 197 38 333 16 713 47 527 31 909 2 483 2 137 2 684 19 405 15 618 886 844 1 251 1 944 1 052 6 096 14 690 863 3 258 5 203 2 358 3 008 8 443 39 006 4 571 6 168 4 357 10 397 27 687 14 242 13 445 81 834 8 671 3 237 999 5 063 2 744 61 120 11 973 8 689 20 510 807 8 11 10 120 029 112 220 085 650 13 137 088 224 882 820 093 255 253 342 163 174 281 475

Inside urbanized area

Total 237 284 2 065 23 333 15 753 45 204 30 296 1 848 1 880 2 550 18 993 14 908 778 812 1 185 1 867 958 5 986 14 092 826 3 008 5 035 2 309 2 914 7 945 37 155 4 483 5 841 4 123 9 854 26 951 13 864 13 087 78 296 8 481 3 010 947 4 802 2 633 58 423 11 437 8 180 19 574 799 7 10 9 114 555 878 467 684 599 13 137 947 501 326 606 958 216 132 175 140 164 258 466

Central place 45 955 394 13 44 2 613 7 151 4 921 735 753 522 2 298 2 230 216 114 237 266 108 773 2 449 138 421 963 424 503 1 015 7 078 894 924 734 2 181 5 127 2 652 2 475 16 712 2 032 445 425 1 041 500 12 269 2 907 1 720 3 456 168 2 1 3 23 105 913 359 613 108 13 35 314 2 707 2 162 224 388 305 1 039 545 47 13 62 43 42 100 810 49 11 354 225 171 272 580 600 496 101 253 394 999 395 917 995 62 388 612 192 668 269 328 463 121

Urban fringe 191 329 1 671 10 289 13 140 38 053 25 375 1 113 1 127 2 028 16 695 12 678 562 698 948 1 601 850 5 213 11 643 688 2 587 4 072 1 885 2 411 6 930 30 077 3 589 4 917 3 389 7 673 21 824 11 212 10 612 61 584 6 449 2 565 522 3 761 2 133 46 154 8 530 6 460 16 118 631 5 8 6 91 450 965 108 071 491 – 102 633 794 164 382 570 911 093 630 93 151 196 423

Total 86 459 4 700 213 94 10 007 15 376 10 774 4 245 1 378 815 3 083 4 602 1 022 212 307 544 408 909 5 094 176 1 574 1 657 695 992 3 217 15 401 1 442 2 924 1 953 3 554 4 729 2 238 2 491 22 610 1 747 1 416 410 1 981 1 199 15 857 3 184 2 673 5 419 208 2 2 5 38 1 1 4 3 1 331 042 018 775 395 22 26 028 930 797 633 708 365 684 133 230 43 50 100

Place of less than 1,000 5 053 187 26 12 565 793 558 282 67 52 76 235 72 10 9 29 31 31 319 5 88 116 49 61 171 1 014 102 219 104 235 328 122 206 1 322 100 60 31 139 69 923 194 146 300 28 152 103 316 2 424 65 3 – 60 289 216 104 43 19 11 73 9 5 – 9 11 – 121 – 22 63 12 24 42 562 71 153 18 159 220 101 119 909 61 16 28 87 27 690 156 128 207 26 110 63 153

Rural farm 3 480 1 098 – – 332 330 234 71 55 18 73 96 14 6 8 15 19 24 172 2 42 89 7 32 67 466 6 58 52 106 62 30 32 789 36 60 2 57 24 610 81 46 318 – 59 106 164 1 459 287 – – 37 76 54 29 14 9 – 22 – – 8 – 7 – 74 – 2 66 – 6 28 272 3 34 15 68 50 28 22 548 21 9 2 48 17 451 74 40 262 – 30 45 87

2 15 11 1 1 7 3

1 14 11 1 7 3

1 11 9

6 2

1

461 789 5 731 294 752 2 398 1 368 919 3 661 29 242 4 340 5 208 1 425 8 119 21 505 11 614 9 891 66 828 5 133 727 1 236 4 738 1 759 53 235 11 994 9 305 17 357 697 7 777 6 105 6 380

291 693 4 360 265 514 1 711 1 096 774 2 796 20 742 3 306 3 407 942 5 896 18 261 9 815 8 446 51 618 4 126 548 886 3 320 1 237 41 501 9 278 7 043 13 572 553 5 963 5 092 4 196

277 686 4 166 249 461 1 637 1 069 750 2 652 19 709 3 250 3 196 850 5 555 17 807 9 574 8 233 49 275 4 022 527 836 3 160 1 203 39 527 8 869 6 608 12 959 553 5 616 4 922 3 878

3

1 3 1 1 10

8 2 1 2

235 586 3 356 200 450 1 283 844 579 2 380 16 129 2 650 2 700 749 4 302 14 413 7 575 6 838 38 358 3 027 465 448 2 548 1 011 30 859 6 600 5 280 10 496 432 4 129 3 922 2 415

170 96 1 371 29 238 687 272 145 865 8 500 1 034 1 801 483 2 223 3 244 1 799 1 445 15 210 1 007 179 350 1 418 522 11 734 2 716 2 262 3 785 144 1 814 1 013 2 184

1 487 1 000 1 463

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 27.

Class of Worker, Work Status in 1989, and Last Occupation of Experienced Unemployed: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Place of 1,000 to 2,499

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Total

Inside urbanized area

Total

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Place of less than 1,000

Rural farm

CLASS OF WORKER
Employed persons 16 years and over Private for profit wage and salary workers Employees of own corporation Private not-for-profit wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers In agriculture Unpaid family workers Employed females 16 years and over Private for profit wage and salary workers Employees of own corporation Private not-for-profit wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers 335 250 9 22 9 26 8 16 1 158 112 2 15 4 15 3 6 147 038 550 827 923 232 509 721 987 897 860 821 412 491 827 794 163 274 490 248 187 6 19 7 17 6 9 688 957 208 074 159 911 301 807 331 479 085 351 486 915 447 724 361 991 296 237 179 5 18 6 16 6 9 284 992 994 378 742 432 082 247 322 411 684 842 433 470 275 844 264 750 239 45 955 31 493 997 4 210 2 234 4 589 1 606 1 759 54 64 23 613 15 493 265 2 942 916 2 824 689 700 49 191 148 4 14 4 11 4 7 329 499 997 168 508 843 476 488 268 347 071 349 168 528 359 020 575 050 190 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 11 404 7 965 214 696 417 1 479 219 560 9 68 5 401 3 509 53 445 172 880 97 241 57 86 62 3 3 2 8 2 6 1 38 26 2 1 5 2 459 081 342 753 764 321 208 914 656 418 775 470 926 576 380 070 802 283 194 7 071 4 974 347 409 272 764 185 451 18 16 3 305 2 188 101 268 145 477 90 125 12 5 053 3 609 131 229 147 536 152 341 28 39 2 424 1 670 41 142 75 318 73 128 18 3 480 1 726 221 81 76 476 44 1 008 723 69 1 459 750 76 50 37 338 22 239 23

120 86 1 12 3 10 2 3

114 82 1 12 3 9 2 3

91 67 1 9 2 7 1 3

WORK STATUS IN 1989
Persons 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Usually worked 15 to 34 hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Usually worked 1 to 14 hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Females 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Usually worked 15 to 34 hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Usually worked 1 to 14 hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 386 255 14 29 26 31 29 306 259 227 15 64 34 23 8 14 6 3 1 183 110 7 16 15 17 16 130 106 91 8 43 23 16 5 9 4 2 1 334 215 496 612 002 146 863 784 126 866 688 821 018 487 432 729 179 862 882 476 761 054 539 293 316 513 352 288 520 396 334 849 647 597 790 217 594 300 288 189 11 22 19 23 22 227 192 169 11 49 25 17 6 11 4 2 1 138 83 5 12 11 12 12 98 80 69 6 32 18 12 4 7 3 1 1 137 396 214 222 215 279 811 824 563 021 160 029 601 526 562 284 668 849 493 864 621 575 479 629 844 716 280 295 152 140 995 188 549 426 589 192 920 063 274 180 10 21 18 22 21 216 183 161 10 47 24 16 6 10 4 2 1 132 79 5 11 11 12 12 93 76 65 5 31 17 11 4 7 3 1 1 722 676 681 246 366 148 605 926 586 211 542 008 510 708 380 788 507 757 444 445 749 312 942 165 214 063 579 488 916 836 585 438 986 305 281 077 847 024 54 35 2 3 3 5 4 44 36 31 2 8 4 3 1 2 907 392 155 982 722 103 553 182 356 700 404 415 245 062 008 310 928 630 310 263 706 015 160 232 703 447 211 251 153 386 531 999 105 622 521 631 448 224 219 145 8 17 14 17 17 172 147 129 8 38 20 13 5 8 3 2 1 105 63 4 9 8 9 9 73 60 51 4 26 14 9 3 5 2 1 815 284 526 264 644 045 052 744 230 511 138 593 265 646 372 478 579 127 134 182 043 297 782 933 511 616 368 237 763 450 054 439 881 683 760 446 399 800 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 13 415 8 720 533 976 849 1 131 1 206 10 898 8 977 7 810 618 2 021 1 091 818 182 496 161 92 49 6 419 3 872 263 537 464 630 653 4 701 3 807 3 236 304 1 410 750 563 121 308 115 73 39 98 65 3 7 6 7 7 78 66 58 4 15 8 5 1 3 1 1 44 27 1 4 3 4 3 32 25 22 2 10 5 4 1 2 1 197 819 282 390 787 867 052 960 563 845 528 792 417 961 870 445 511 013 389 612 140 479 060 664 472 797 072 993 368 256 339 661 098 171 201 025 674 237 8 086 5 164 255 699 640 722 606 6 461 5 304 4 552 430 1 289 658 497 159 336 156 115 51 3 854 2 186 109 392 404 468 295 2 728 2 113 1 763 266 897 461 342 111 229 113 81 27 5 697 3 712 238 444 387 497 419 4 495 3 777 3 283 269 954 511 347 93 248 106 82 25 2 779 1 636 115 224 232 302 270 1 966 1 579 1 350 147 648 336 239 64 165 60 47 21 3 865 2 740 87 263 235 287 253 3 003 2 526 2 302 177 680 458 347 38 182 106 91 20 1 661 1 069 25 121 150 159 137 1 179 904 813 106 374 234 194 33 108 77 62 11

27 16 1 2 2 2 2 20 16 14 1 5 2 2 1

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989
Families No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers Married-couple families No workers 1 worker 2 workers Husband and wife worked 3 or more workers Husband and wife worked Female householder, no husband present No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers 176 19 46 85 26 141 15 28 74 68 22 20 28 3 13 7 2 925 377 124 316 108 129 019 641 861 781 608 726 022 750 669 876 727 126 12 33 61 19 98 9 19 53 49 16 14 22 2 10 6 2 378 561 148 543 126 512 271 491 436 163 314 892 113 889 886 096 242 119 11 31 58 18 93 8 18 50 46 15 14 20 2 10 5 2 255 373 106 391 385 396 471 498 704 716 723 353 467 520 075 730 142 23 3 6 9 3 14 1 2 7 6 2 2 7 1 3 1 103 002 829 943 329 240 614 643 539 876 444 218 362 215 445 929 773 96 8 24 48 15 79 6 15 43 39 13 12 13 1 6 3 1 152 371 277 448 056 156 857 855 165 840 279 135 105 305 630 801 369 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 1 2 3 5 2 2 1 123 188 042 152 741 116 800 993 732 447 591 539 646 369 811 366 100 50 6 12 23 6 42 5 9 21 19 6 5 5 547 816 976 773 982 617 748 150 425 618 294 834 909 861 2 783 1 780 485 4 150 669 1 035 1 890 556 3 256 528 587 1 681 1 533 460 439 736 112 392 162 70 3 079 584 771 1 337 387 2 500 482 501 1 180 1 086 337 314 440 71 213 115 41 1 869 126 479 877 387 1 689 121 415 789 696 364 333 89 – 25 56 8

LAST OCCUPATION OF EXPERIENCED UNEMPLOYED
Persons 16 years and over Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Professional specialty occupations Technicians and related support occupations Sales occupations Administrative support occupations, including clerical Private household occupations Protective service occupations Service occupations, except protective and household Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors Transportation and material moving occupations Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Last worked 1984 or earlier, or uniquely military occupation 13 395 649 761 291 1 359 1 655 58 147 2 306 350 1 887 1 191 731 1 333 677 9 921 525 583 253 983 1 344 39 144 1 744 207 1 385 792 487 977 458 9 299 490 571 253 935 1 295 39 144 1 590 203 1 302 683 452 904 438 3 022 38 164 29 241 422 20 78 759 95 282 247 120 323 204 6 277 452 407 224 694 873 19 66 831 108 1 020 436 332 581 234 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 622 35 12 – 48 49 – – 154 4 83 109 35 73 20 3 474 124 178 38 376 311 19 3 562 143 502 399 244 356 219 313 11 24 11 47 43 3 – 49 6 35 22 8 45 9 210 7 5 3 26 12 5 3 19 12 31 26 13 34 14 44 – – – 5 – 6 – 5 16 9 – – – 3

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Table 28.

Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Place of 1,000 to 2,499

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Total

Inside urbanized area

Total

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Place of less than 1,000

Rural farm

INCOME IN 1989
Households Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Families Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Married-couple families Less than $15,000 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 or more Female householder, no husband present Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Males 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Females 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Per capita income (dollars) Persons in households (dollars) Persons in group quarters (dollars) 163 392 313 080 104 126 520 525 880 223 875 070 925 611 750 664 923 373 834 641 126 003 252 653 129 856 962 648 223 485 955 022 010 958 730 318 179 827 617 453 57.1 30 222 239 685 11 806 38.1 20 256 15 854 16 155 6 238 247 10 16 18 39 40 50 45 15 11 34 42 176 4 5 9 24 28 39 39 14 10 40 47 141 8 16 21 34 36 22 28 3 2 3 6 9 2 238 22 165 367 160 121 580 706 645 526 273 787 517 533 378 246 676 044 756 969 565 514 771 837 553 817 512 814 729 569 978 832 590 113 325 169 761 886 523 449 034 164 57.7 31 321 178 750 12 463 38.7 21 245 16 431 16 811 5 715 181 7 11 12 26 28 37 35 13 8 36 43 126 3 3 6 15 18 28 30 11 7 42 49 98 4 9 13 23 27 18 22 2 2 2 4 7 2 173 24 170 6 9 11 24 26 35 34 12 8 37 44 119 2 3 5 14 17 27 29 11 7 43 50 93 4 8 12 22 26 18 20 1 1 2 4 7 2 164 24 925 393 987 099 605 973 899 422 951 596 233 361 255 840 279 466 276 567 122 535 516 654 556 744 396 369 757 476 700 903 191 467 989 938 479 513 142 406 083 689 58.1 31 585 168 544 12 761 39.1 21 447 16 728 17 108 5 410 38 3 4 3 6 5 6 5 1 1 27 35 23 1 1 1 3 3 4 4 1 1 33 41 14 1 1 2 3 3 2 7 1 395 047 141 606 716 815 815 179 657 419 606 679 103 329 502 966 794 445 750 029 191 097 402 142 240 321 856 010 537 390 126 362 042 986 1 107 1 594 2 071 562 33 099 17 621 53.0 26 266 37 749 11 383 37.4 19 615 14 214 14 625 6 526 132 3 5 7 17 21 29 29 11 7 40 46 96 1 1 3 10 14 22 25 10 6 45 53 79 3 6 10 19 23 16 13 530 346 846 493 889 158 084 243 294 177 078 876 152 511 777 500 482 122 372 506 325 557 993 051 156 048 901 466 163 513 065 105 947 952 1 372 2 919 5 071 1 844 130 984 26 201 59.3 32 442 130 795 13 335 39.6 21 898 17 419 17 774 4 844 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 10 240 974 1 173 1 022 1 975 1 733 1 746 1 104 322 191 24 868 29 719 7 123 406 397 578 1 480 1 402 1 443 979 255 183 29 694 34 292 5 116 445 972 1 093 1 278 929 399 1 646 336 231 282 373 381 43 8 951 17 920 51.0 25 076 10 206 9 662 31.7 16 207 11 531 11 750 8 299 65 3 5 5 12 11 12 9 2 2 30 38 50 1 2 3 9 9 11 9 2 2 34 42 42 4 7 8 10 8 4 5 998 025 153 959 524 420 875 999 607 436 325 052 547 365 074 620 167 404 269 127 355 166 581 243 617 042 233 079 245 653 365 909 685 789 969 1 432 1 656 378 65 583 20 088 55.6 25 830 60 935 10 321 36.6 16 931 14 282 14 392 8 733 6 149 423 755 567 1 128 964 1 065 808 252 187 26 975 33 954 4 150 151 203 298 741 712 893 752 217 183 34 500 41 490 3 256 282 578 573 767 675 381 736 89 100 126 138 217 66 5 397 19 161 51.7 25 870 5 928 9 643 29.7 17 033 13 827 14 017 5 615 4 344 213 413 513 869 871 727 531 125 82 26 464 31 368 3 079 98 115 278 637 697 616 466 115 57 30 582 35 328 2 500 261 490 592 573 421 163 440 63 38 91 120 98 30 3 889 18 481 49.7 24 066 4 208 9 807 31.9 15 934 12 418 12 524 4 914 2 248 71 103 228 384 353 438 377 146 148 34 507 45 462 1 869 45 46 115 312 327 402 355 127 140 37 432 49 412 1 689 183 262 280 372 332 260 89 – – 9 16 49 15 2 435 20 917 61.0 26 560 2 063 10 648 39.0 16 178 15 793 15 793 –

MEDIAN INCOME IN 1989 BY SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS
Family type and presence of own children: Families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Married-couple families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Female householder, no husband present (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Workers in family in 1989: No workers (dollars) 1 worker (dollars) 2 or more workers (dollars) Husband and wife worked (dollars) Nonfamily households (dollars) Male householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) Female householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) 40 40 36 44 46 40 21 15 11 18 28 48 50 20 26 24 13 16 14 9 252 048 787 949 037 658 469 670 365 543 110 424 640 517 857 199 379 221 506 603 42 41 38 48 48 42 22 16 12 19 29 50 53 22 28 26 14 18 16 10 553 500 648 035 546 439 403 407 291 720 625 960 476 148 768 185 096 023 263 322 43 42 39 48 49 42 23 17 12 20 30 51 54 22 29 26 14 18 17 10 556 208 436 830 266 943 207 098 843 358 345 587 232 864 282 558 639 818 098 716 33 30 29 42 43 41 17 12 9 12 20 44 49 18 26 22 11 14 13 8 402 389 977 395 020 908 979 601 849 370 608 380 288 592 054 879 581 575 193 827 45 45 40 50 50 43 26 20 14 23 32 53 55 24 30 27 16 20 18 11 993 173 820 000 355 165 133 187 164 193 623 033 098 807 253 492 239 581 943 789 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 29 694 27 957 24 618 35 344 36 828 35 179 14 515 10 984 5 000– 14 20 38 41 11 17 16 9 9 8 7 729 327 773 765 756 795 731 317 471 608 190 34 35 31 37 40 35 18 12 8 16 24 42 44 15 20 18 12 11 10 8 581 670 856 206 068 114 143 922 164 913 797 218 174 332 838 586 347 139 035 035 34 500 34 397 28 878 37 267 41 199 32 500 17 788 13 138 5 000– 18 24 42 45 12 18 15 13 9 8 7 112 028 424 354 336 804 975 571 047 620 397 30 30 27 33 34 29 16 11 10 18 23 38 39 13 19 17 11 11 10 9 582 701 083 094 005 934 892 346 972 333 795 214 507 155 042 083 339 211 597 873 37 42 33 39 43 36 33 13 15 28 43 45 14 26 23 22 11 11 10 432 219 594 129 214 389 802 750 – 357 536 538 505 583 000 750 132 446 520 824

INCOME TYPE IN 1989
Households With earnings Mean earnings (dollars) With wage or salary income Mean wage or salary income (dollars) With nonfarm self-employment income Mean nonfarm self-employment income (dollars) With farm self-employment income Mean farm self-employment income (dollars) With interest, dividend, or net rental income Mean interest, dividend, or net rental income (dollars) With Social Security income Mean Social Security income (dollars) With public assistance income Mean public assistance income (dollars) With retirement income Mean retirement income (dollars) With other income Mean other income (dollars) 247 204 41 199 40 24 19 3 11 106 6 65 8 12 4 45 9 23 4 163 751 975 690 493 165 452 376 358 385 261 306 083 914 012 999 987 792 141 181 151 43 149 42 16 18 165 860 515 100 304 385 010 883 6 331 83 235 5 44 8 9 4 32 10 17 4 668 941 187 208 058 558 068 737 155 170 144 44 141 42 15 17 925 444 122 905 907 632 852 831 6 346 79 862 5 41 8 8 4 30 10 16 4 655 440 248 183 153 463 227 643 227 38 29 37 29 36 2 18 395 656 365 043 182 937 836 245 7 895 13 557 6 11 7 3 4 7 8 3 4 721 122 287 905 070 049 269 691 191 132 114 45 112 44 12 17 530 788 868 862 638 695 625 586 5 698 66 305 5 30 8 4 4 23 10 12 4 437 318 600 278 229 414 816 952 237 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 10 7 31 7 30 240 416 690 195 392 753 21 282 52 6 091 3 373 5 3 7 1 3 2 7 1 3 983 501 469 025 296 095 753 094 069 65 52 37 50 35 7 22 2 13 23 8 20 7 3 3 13 9 6 4 998 891 555 590 157 780 490 493 138 150 390 365 854 706 899 441 790 055 100 149 470 865 283 940 658 21 507 56 14 303 2 191 6 220 2 265 7 569 492 3 449 1 364 10 017 641 3 641 6 4 35 4 33 344 168 298 052 941 435 16 405 49 13 006 1 545 6 796 1 661 8 148 226 4 417 1 064 9 747 394 4 335 4 3 31 3 29 2 2 38 1 32 20 1 16 1 248 022 960 600 467 456 558 072 283 083

13 511 729 7 186 77 3 745 336 8 496 93 4 379

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 29.

Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Place of 1,000 to 2,499

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Total

Inside urbanized area

Total

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Place of less than 1,000

Rural farm

ALL INCOME LEVELS IN 1989
Families In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is determined Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Persons for whom poverty status is determined Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years 176 138 89 38 144 107 11 7 6 28 138 9 40 141 67 30 117 90 113 23 4 32 28 17 6 20 13 19 4 4 6 97 70 38 24 645 484 76 159 57 112 925 700 350 665 329 946 928 055 661 321 550 531 903 129 642 724 302 207 238 173 261 363 022 625 357 547 154 984 129 889 692 808 238 379 508 399 798 528 941 248 093 126 95 65 28 104 78 8 6 5 19 102 6 27 98 48 22 83 64 82 15 2 21 22 14 5 16 10 16 3 3 4 76 54 26 17 470 353 52 116 42 80 378 170 352 606 731 672 041 071 023 012 874 846 441 512 319 365 429 690 582 204 780 179 113 053 072 427 525 140 080 825 939 454 787 780 717 238 142 798 680 436 992 119 90 61 26 99 74 7 5 4 17 97 6 25 93 46 21 79 61 78 14 2 19 20 12 4 15 9 15 2 3 4 72 51 25 16 444 334 48 109 39 76 255 413 625 996 416 776 557 869 590 655 548 173 624 396 014 345 490 684 620 094 596 797 467 894 584 348 869 006 858 350 582 429 670 296 042 226 210 667 628 843 093 23 14 12 5 17 12 1 1 3 16 2 5 14 6 2 11 8 10 2 3 7 5 1 5 3 4 1 1 1 20 15 6 5 94 70 12 23 8 16 103 613 411 182 859 567 854 948 092 996 617 802 522 240 681 929 585 658 963 615 874 469 362 005 905 089 064 712 102 823 664 870 292 776 835 141 493 743 522 113 681 96 75 49 21 81 62 5 4 3 13 80 3 20 79 39 18 67 53 67 11 1 16 13 7 2 10 6 10 1 1 2 51 36 18 10 350 263 35 86 31 59 152 800 214 814 557 209 703 921 498 659 931 371 102 156 333 416 905 026 657 479 722 328 105 889 679 259 805 294 756 527 918 559 378 520 207 085 717 924 106 730 412 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 4 3 1 5 3 123 757 727 610 315 896 484 202 433 357 326 673 817 116 305 020 939 006 962 110 184 382 646 159 488 079 656 134 222 475 357 025 117 484 675 012 932 131 052 593 899 50 43 23 10 39 29 3 1 9 35 2 13 42 19 8 33 25 30 7 1 11 5 3 1 4 2 3 1 1 1 21 15 11 6 175 131 23 43 14 31 547 530 998 059 598 274 887 984 638 309 676 685 462 617 323 359 873 517 656 969 481 184 909 572 285 120 629 844 049 064 753 354 451 599 791 161 656 730 261 812 101 4 150 3 146 1 938 832 3 100 2 165 277 98 190 908 3 086 293 1 215 3 256 1 413 669 2 509 1 774 2 507 727 88 938 736 466 145 487 315 512 149 173 219 2 1 1 1 15 11 2 3 1 2 475 999 252 086 071 499 786 563 222 526 3 079 2 480 1 333 591 2 219 1 564 198 59 121 789 2 265 168 968 2 500 1 007 474 1 816 1 309 1 887 657 97 797 440 239 91 306 184 292 96 55 136 1 691 1 265 910 650 10 845 8 377 2 041 2 454 928 1 675 1 869 1 661 789 310 1 636 1 195 160 8 18 410 1 235 69 538 1 689 738 286 1 485 1 083 1 141 365 52 459 89 27 14 73 54 55 19 14 31 481 379 326 216 480 804 957 676 432 333

1 5 1 5 2 1 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1

4 3 1 1 26 18 4 7 2 4

6 4 1 1

INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL
Families Percent below poverty level In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Unrelated individuals Percent below poverty level Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Mean income deficit (dollars) Persons Percent below poverty level Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years Persons below 125 percent of poverty level Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 10 851 6.1 4 198 8 300 4 440 5 378 1 513 1 703 474 1 445 1 375 5 612 3 485 1 949 5 159 3 880 2 136 1 295 1 922 732 1 957 826 547 1 061 4 461 6 250 5 609 2 878 3 075 646 3 352 447 2 854 759 5 640 19 432 19.9 10 816 4 430 5 496 3 150 56 223 8.7 36 967 7 697 18 697 7 566 12 327 76 927 148 429 7 421 5.9 2 213 5 918 3 173 3 659 980 1 138 385 1 139 803 3 950 2 639 1 112 5 229 2 187 1 277 792 1 108 409 1 215 424 366 530 4 443 4 786 4 289 2 200 2 320 480 2 562 307 2 230 498 5 678 14 570 19.1 7 894 2 462 3 692 3 203 39 568 8.4 26 212 4 959 13 010 5 368 8 444 53 153 99 744 6 666 5.6 2 033 5 291 2 805 3 333 922 1 048 363 970 746 3 590 2 278 1 009 5 187 2 029 1 184 744 1 033 400 1 133 395 332 499 4 394 4 233 3 799 1 907 2 091 431 2 287 279 1 903 426 5 677 13 282 18.3 6 993 2 167 3 101 3 260 35 871 8.1 23 846 4 275 11 704 4 774 7 665 47 973 90 099 3 161 13.7 721 2 572 1 204 1 461 451 530 65 441 363 1 506 1 357 528 5 176 700 400 206 319 157 315 145 185 224 4 433 2 288 2 049 937 1 066 258 1 146 162 1 162 256 5 518 4 475 21.4 2 831 811 1 476 3 201 15 635 16.6 9 623 2 023 5 916 2 108 4 126 20 164 33 712 3 505 3.6 312 719 601 872 471 518 298 529 383 2 084 921 481 5 197 1 329 784 538 714 243 818 250 147 275 4 374 1 945 1 750 970 1 025 173 1 141 117 741 170 5 863 8 807 17.1 4 162 1 356 1 625 3 291 20 236 5.8 14 223 2 252 5 788 2 666 3 539 27 809 56 387 1 2 1 1 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 755 10.6 180 627 368 326 58 90 22 169 57 360 361 103 5 601 158 93 48 75 9 82 29 34 31 5 068 553 490 293 229 49 275 28 327 72 5 687 1 288 32.0 901 295 591 2 615 3 697 14.2 2 366 684 1 306 594 779 5 180 9 645 3 430 6.8 1 985 2 382 1 267 1 719 533 565 89 306 572 1 662 846 837 5 007 1 693 859 503 814 323 742 402 181 531 4 484 1 464 1 320 678 755 166 790 140 624 261 5 515 4 862 22.8 2 922 1 968 1 804 2 991 16 655 9.5 10 755 2 738 5 687 2 198 3 883 23 774 48 685 316 7.6 97 242 148 154 27 38 15 60 33 189 139 62 5 517 111 58 42 52 16 61 18 6 36 5 965 178 168 93 80 – 119 12 128 23 5 624 550 22.2 402 203 262 2 722 1 607 10.7 1 034 325 566 259 353 2 373 4 684 222 7.2 128 168 72 90 29 33 7 22 44 129 45 63 4 950 86 43 32 34 19 50 26 10 35 3 552 110 106 38 53 10 68 8 25 22 6 160 374 22.1 219 138 120 3 117 1 106 10.2 721 179 371 132 269 1 645 3 368 100 5.4 68 77 43 64 35 6 – – 15 42 13 13 8 135 94 71 43 58 29 36 15 13 13 8 109 – – – – – – – – – – 103 21.4 54 43 47 2 919 640 9.9 356 76 284 66 233 911 1 755

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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 30.

Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Place of 1,000 to 2,499

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Total

Inside urbanized area

Total

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Place of less than 1,000

Rural farm

LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Persons 60 to 64 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 65 to 74 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 75 years and over In households In group quarters Nursing homes 29 966 29 748 218 104 50 169 49 389 780 594 30 501 26 944 3 557 3 445 20 024 19 865 159 80 34 256 33 637 619 471 21 790 18 966 2 824 2 724 18 795 18 671 124 55 31 631 31 172 459 320 19 354 17 300 2 054 1 958 3 654 3 572 82 38 7 461 7 347 114 87 6 058 5 323 735 689 15 141 15 099 42 17 24 170 23 825 345 233 13 296 11 977 1 319 1 269 – – – – – – – – – – – – 1 229 1 194 35 25 2 625 2 465 160 151 2 436 1 666 770 766 9 942 9 883 59 24 15 913 15 752 161 123 8 711 7 978 733 721 853 829 24 24 626 566 60 60 448 220 228 228 726 726 – – 1 294 1 252 42 42 902 789 113 113 504 504 – – 630 630 – – 327 327 – –

1 1 1 1

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 60 to 64 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 65 to 74 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 75 years and over Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher 29 3 7 9 4 5 50 7 11 15 7 7 30 8 7 6 3 3 966 296 022 996 463 189 169 735 820 662 754 198 501 947 322 909 997 326 20 1 4 6 3 4 34 4 7 10 5 5 21 5 5 5 3 2 024 693 431 703 194 003 256 601 860 606 592 597 790 795 190 220 055 530 18 1 4 6 2 3 31 4 7 9 5 5 19 5 4 4 2 2 795 546 077 368 965 839 631 166 199 736 176 354 354 124 502 650 766 312 3 654 492 1 012 1 131 391 628 7 461 1 439 2 204 2 099 918 801 6 058 1 839 1 524 1 414 701 580 15 1 3 5 2 3 24 2 4 7 4 4 13 3 2 3 2 1 141 054 065 237 574 211 170 727 995 637 258 553 296 285 978 236 065 732 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1 229 147 354 335 229 164 2 625 435 661 870 416 243 2 436 671 688 570 289 218 9 1 2 3 1 1 15 3 3 5 2 1 8 3 2 1 942 603 591 293 269 186 913 134 960 056 162 601 711 152 132 689 942 796 853 134 198 245 152 124 1 626 215 408 533 313 157 1 448 446 343 260 250 149 726 109 147 258 132 80 1 294 209 296 444 181 164 902 307 172 192 127 104 504 75 129 226 37 37 630 153 206 206 30 35 327 148 64 61 54 –

INCOME AND POVERTY STATUS IN 1989
Married-couple families, householder 60 to 64 years Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 60 to 64 years living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 65 to 74 years Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 65 to 74 years living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 75 years and over Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 75 years and over living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level 11 203 192 291 581 1 569 1 888 2 364 4 318 3.6 4 201 677 625 615 1 061 543 680 21.0 17 205 183 607 1 498 4 136 3 661 3 310 3 810 3.1 11 418 1 487 3 285 2 172 2 561 973 940 18.7 5 968 116 382 843 1 722 959 948 998 4.8 10 878 1 869 4 108 1 850 1 431 675 945 23.8 7 325 90 103 263 809 1 095 1 532 3 433 2.4 3 070 507 398 432 784 423 526 19.7 11 274 100 295 746 2 409 2 293 2 485 2 946 2.7 8 212 988 2 293 1 459 1 896 810 766 17.5 3 930 77 158 463 1 108 701 655 768 3.2 7 981 1 245 2 892 1 421 1 093 532 798 21.7 6 892 87 99 228 767 1 021 1 448 3 242 2.5 2 851 441 357 385 751 416 501 18.2 10 496 100 286 638 2 139 2 087 2 384 2 862 2.7 7 479 833 2 046 1 317 1 799 763 721 16.4 3 598 65 132 424 974 607 650 746 3.0 7 135 1 005 2 553 1 316 1 030 509 722 19.7 884 19 26 74 78 121 165 401 5.4 930 248 157 71 165 122 167 31.0 1 764 36 96 133 444 281 360 414 5.8 2 589 407 864 429 477 174 238 23.9 851 19 59 131 248 129 151 114 5.1 2 693 462 1 087 426 354 155 209 23.5 6 008 68 73 154 689 900 1 283 2 841 2.0 1 921 193 200 314 586 294 334 12.1 8 732 64 190 505 1 695 1 806 2 024 2 448 2.1 4 890 426 1 182 888 1 322 589 483 12.4 2 747 46 73 293 726 478 499 632 2.4 4 442 543 1 466 890 676 354 513 17.4 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 433 3 4 35 42 74 84 191 1.6 219 66 41 47 33 7 25 39.3 778 – 9 108 270 206 101 84 1.5 733 155 247 142 97 47 45 29.3 332 12 26 39 134 94 5 22 5.1 846 240 339 105 63 23 76 39.0 3 878 102 188 318 760 793 832 885 5.7 1 131 170 227 183 277 120 154 24.4 5 931 83 312 752 1 727 1 368 825 864 4.1 3 206 499 992 713 665 163 174 21.8 2 038 39 224 380 614 258 293 230 7.9 2 897 624 1 216 429 338 143 147 29.4 271 11 7 10 43 67 60 73 4.1 131 21 18 17 39 16 20 23.7 490 4 19 50 134 125 60 98 2.0 417 30 171 80 83 31 22 15.1 237 7 20 37 89 7 29 48 3.4 583 155 253 64 55 38 18 30.4 231 6 6 14 49 42 73 41 6.1 127 18 36 26 23 10 14 19.7 483 5 25 54 152 122 59 66 4.1 218 29 52 60 42 21 14 16.1 174 – 13 40 40 35 25 21 3.4 350 46 152 52 57 20 23 17.4 195 6 2 21 27 44 56 39 4.1 37 8 – 7 6 – 16 21.6 285 – 27 21 69 52 48 68 5.3 91 2 14 50 19 3 3 4.4 80 – – 13 14 39 6 8 – 105 22 31 16 20 4 12 28.6

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 31.

Ancestry: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State All persons Ancestry specified Single ancestry Multiple ancestry Ancestry unclassified or not reported Total ancestries reported Acadian Albanian Arab Egyptian Iraqi Jordanian Lebanese Palestinian Syrian Arab/ Arabic Other Arab Armenian Assyrian Australian Austrian Basque Belgian Brazilian British Bulgarian Canadian Celtic Croatian Czech Czechoslovakian Danish Dutch Eastern European English Estonian European Finnish French (except Basque) French Canadian German Greek Guyanese Hungarian Icelander Iranian Irish Israeli Italian Latvian Lithuanian Luxemburger Macedonian Maltese Northern European Norwegian Pennsylvania German Polish Portuguese Romanian Russian Scandinavian Scotch-Irish Scottish Serbian Slavic Slovak Slovene Subsaharan African Cape Verdean Ethiopian Ghanian Nigerian African Other Subsaharan African Swedish Swiss Turkish Ukrainian United States or American Welsh West Indian (excluding Hispanic origin groups) Bahamian Barbadian Belizean British West Indian Dutch West Indian Haitian Jamaican Trinidadian/ Tobagonian West Indian Other West Indian Yugoslavian Other ancestries 666 599 383 216 66 1 332 1 168 607 103 504 561 336 247 123 470 221 39 24 533 94 202 250 107 294 – 96 364 13 637 89 378 13 248 57 542 449 736 732 956 332 759 123 906 872 190 990 165 203 38 468 29 254 180 162 568 438 695 7 13 40 38 036 396 286 127 680 832 966 847 796 183 193 697 79 258 – 63 6 231 774 184 659 860 327 950 084 759 014 48 74 – 22 14 242 118 158 289 49 364 804 441 405 247 157 36 883 1 Total 946 330 341 989 616 892 181 113 258 197 39 24 441 94 191 221 51 239 – 83 854 13 519 82 143 6 815 52 385 989 439 188 575 286 221 123 671 637 687 883 584 522 32 675 29 217 097 146 238 379 194 – 13 33 38 020 367 540 757 604 955 629 928 991 126 178 570 30 860 – 57 6 206 442 149 618 226 273 435 068 446 507 25 74 – 19 7 78 929 124 217 34 293 259 In central city 71 64 53 11 6 143 529 738 526 212 791 058 8 9 78 – – – 41 – 22 5 10 24 – – 96 – – – 274 – 35 – – 84 22 65 427 20 240 11 40 98 944 141 768 177 – 208 – 21 563 – 841 57 141 – – – – 138 76 748 24 37 663 15 717 781 – – 272 7 224 – – – 24 186 14 371 131 16 309 458 512 537 – 35 – – – 6 399 24 47 26 7 515 370 340 193 146 29 740 1 Total 417 592 815 777 825 834 173 104 180 197 39 24 400 94 169 216 41 215 – 83 758 13 519 82 869 6 780 52 385 905 417 123 148 266 981 112 631 539 743 742 816 345 32 467 29 196 534 146 397 322 053 – 13 33 38 882 291 792 733 567 292 614 211 210 126 178 298 23 636 – 57 6 182 256 135 247 095 257 126 610 934 970 25 39 – 19 7 72 530 100 170 8 286 744

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area 3 3 2 1 834 239 069 170 595 7 668 – 5 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 – 16 – – – – 9 – – 62 – 648 20 11 – 88 21 839 – – – – – 864 – 214 – – – – – – – – 108 – – 7 – 138 93 – – 43 – – – – – – – – 45 – – 19 138 66 27 – – – – – – 27 – – – – 921 29 25 15 10 3 58

Inside urbanized area 337 311 176 134 25 674 1 115 398 564 834 717 230 130 99 166 197 32 24 393 94 169 216 41 195 – 81 614 13 456 74 521 6 751 45 371 863 380 044 333 266 063 75 589 468 731 627 784 170 32 300 20 196 962 146 566 300 968 – 13 33 32 743 210 905 666 520 042 538 362 254 83 167 098 23 586 – 45 6 182 218 135 928 940 245 974 901 295 893 25 39 – 19 7 72 453 100 170 8 268 108

Rural 468 955 182 773 513 936 43 – 14 – 7 – 7 – – – – 20 – 2 144 – 56 8 332 – 29 7 14 33 37 79 753 – 270 17 31 71 924 94 193 175 – 167 9 – 708 – 617 22 85 – – – 6 139 81 779 67 47 243 76 711 863 43 11 157 – 50 – 12 – – 38 – 274 155 12 133 571 573 50 – – – – – – 50 – – – 18 715 224 194 135 58 29 448

Total 222 277 762 515 945 444 66 10 212 24 – – 92 – 11 29 56 55 – 13 510 – 118 7 235 7 433 5 157 460 297 544 381 46 538 – 235 235 503 107 581 681 6 793 – 37 083 16 330 59 501 7 – 7 – 016 029 746 370 76 877 337 919 805 57 15 127 49 398 – 6 – 25 332 35 041 634 54 515 016 313 507 23 – – 3 7 164 189 34 72 15 71 545

Place of 10,000 or more – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

Place of 2,500 to 9,999 24 20 14 5 3 48 010 627 645 982 383 020 – – 12 – – – – – – – 12 – – – 99 – 23 7 80 – 23 – 23 12 5 48 460 – 255 – 18 – 514 90 808 49 – 98 – – 103 – 822 7 25 – – – – 137 117 581 23 – 83 26 634 601 5 – 78 9 14 – – – – 14 – 208 46 4 66 789 360 58 5 – – – – 4 26 – 23 – – 189 149 127 90 37 21 298

Rural 362 580 011 569 782 724 21 9 158 – – – 78 – 11 25 44 34 – 13 328 – 63 – 591 7 230 – 115 339 173 294 882 2 196 – 169 192 539 606 924 462 – 470 – 37 601 – 321 7 262 7 – 7 – 587 819 719 238 53 472 151 358 047 13 6 441 40 194 – 6 – – 179 9 282 460 50 350 480 544 178 3 – – 3 – 111 40 5 9 7 46 562

2

1

1

1

4 1 1 1 14 122

3

2

2

1

1 9 75

1 9 69

1 8 63

5 47

3 34

5

6

5

19 2 138 3 3 139 63 2

12 1 94 2 2 100 53 2

5

11 1 88 2 2 91 47 2

10 1 80 2 2 83 44 1

7

6 1 43

4 28

3

8 5

6 2

39 10

4

26 6

3 2 38 1 6 13 16 4 1

2 1 32 5 9 11 3

3

1 1 28 5 9 11 3

1 1 26 5 8 10 3

1

1 1 5

3

3 4 1

2 3

7 1 4 29 9 2

5 1 4 12 7 1

5 1 4 10 6

4 3 8 6

2

1

1

1

17 2

1

13 1

1

140

91

37

53

49

3

49

6

26

30

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Table 32.

Nativity, Citizenship, Year of Entry, Area of Birth, and Language Spoken at Home: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Total In central city Total

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area

Inside urbanized area

Rural

Total

Place of 10,000 or more

Place of 2,500 to 9,999

Rural

NATIVITY AND CITIZENSHIP
All persons Native Foreign born Naturalized citizen Not a citizen Entered 1980 to 1990 Naturalized citizen Entered 1965 to 1979 Naturalized citizen 666 643 22 12 9 7 1 6 4 22 3 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 3 3 168 893 275 437 838 377 285 544 057 275 080 355 411 531 424 160 960 818 209 327 441 424 17 9 7 5 946 666 280 375 905 925 924 5 001 3 026 280 532 060 149 184 836 622 543 407 388 559 71 69 2 1 1 529 054 475 432 043 712 181 740 346 370 355 14 7 6 5 417 612 805 943 862 213 743 4 261 2 680 337 323 13 7 6 4 115 204 911 549 362 824 723 4 047 2 551 3 834 3 798 36 36 – 7 7 7 7 36 – – 7 – 7 – – – 10 12 36 29 7 – – – – 7 – – – – – – – – – – – 3 474 3 392 57 13 4 – 3 – – – 5 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 29 468 28 610 858 358 500 382 13 207 122 858 117 153 33 79 70 87 50 48 111 110 858 325 118 16 – 256 113 170 129 18 – 52 17 5 5 – – 34 – 27 593 26 056 467 108 125 – 210 – 44 – 160 15 – 10 18 26 – 114 50 – 58 8 41 38 12 4 29 224 219 4 3 1 1 222 227 995 062 933 452 361 1 543 1 031 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 24 010 23 406 604 330 274 270 76 162 90 604 159 12 39 60 85 34 43 28 43 101 604 158 33 10 – 191 110 207 116 9 – – – 10 – – – 28 11 22 199 21 013 573 151 28 – 179 20 – 8 17 – – – – 80 45 – 17 – – 21 22 – 6 – 19 149 146 2 1 362 805 557 643 914 696 207 642 432

YEAR OF ENTRY
Foreign-born persons 1987 to 1990 1985 or 1986 1982 to 1984 1980 or 1981 1975 to 1979 1970 to 1974 1965 to 1969 1960 to 1964 1950 to 1959 Before 1950 17 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 475 305 130 135 142 301 225 214 179 274 570 2 475 957 92 37 11 300 121 826 398 17 – 138 57 45 7 – – 172 26 66 472 58 675 4 387 454 722 46 382 55 44 22 948 18 – 52 84 64 118 53 25 42 85 7 26 70 4 7 82 14 805 2 227 930 1 014 1 042 1 535 1 397 1 329 1 228 2 114 1 989 14 805 5 391 915 361 80 5 026 2 692 2 400 759 713 116 680 290 460 217 83 28 404 232 343 320 6 1 2 2 744 616 684 733 151 178 042 120 242 232 676 215 96 517 906 112 528 597 245 – 651 318 277 461 237 24 886 13 911 2 110 777 974 963 1 458 1 310 1 279 1 180 1 993 1 867 13 911 5 037 790 345 80 4 770 2 579 2 223 630 695 116 628 273 455 212 83 28 370 232 312 291 6 1 2 1 677 168 160 612 022 178 829 120 198 232 511 200 96 507 888 086 528 483 195 – 593 310 236 423 225 20 857 4 995 548 295 262 347 588 538 417 411 821 768 4 995 1 884 278 37 3 1 407 534 1 245 518 268 52 153 22 101 61 19 3 149 33 207 196 4 1 504 102 231 566 503 67 1 782 27 878 74 182 – – 93 187 234 167 155 154 – 196 277 79 54 40 – 456 2 557 195 218 98 185 223 258 161 206 504 509 2 557 1 084 128 23 3 651 277 636 265 176 24 77 6 23 6 14 3 49 8 138 131 2 1 847 900 199 149 357 46 1 207 – 818 59 138 – – 65 89 126 71 110 53 – 86 97 46 54 33 – 144

AREA OF BIRTH BY YEAR OF ENTRY
Foreign-born persons Europe Entered 1980 to 1990 Soviet Union Entered 1980 to 1990 Asia Entered 1980 to 1990 North America Entered 1980 to 1990 Canada Entered 1980 to 1990 South America Entered 1980 to 1990 Africa Entered 1980 to 1990 Oceania Entered 1980 to 1990 Area not reported Entered 1980 to 1990 22 275 8 232 1 285 435 94 6 733 3 347 4 471 1 675 998 168 971 369 606 285 102 31 725 291 617 575 15 3 3 4 1 2 720 393 302 753 376 291 206 202 164 328 806 233 96 662 177 410 813 805 424 42 932 602 382 585 281 31 424 17 280 6 348 1 007 398 91 5 326 2 813 3 226 1 157 730 116 818 347 505 224 83 28 576 258 410 379 11 2 2 2 216 291 071 187 873 224 424 175 286 254 624 233 96 569 990 176 646 650 270 42 736 325 303 531 241 31 968

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME
Persons 5 years and over Speak only English Spanish French Italian Portuguese German Yiddish Other West Germanic Scandinavian Polish Russian South Slavic Other Slavic Greek Indic Other Indo-European languages Chinese Japanese Mon-Khmer Korean Tagalog Vietnamese Arabic Hungarian Native North American languages Other languages

2

1

1

1 1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

1

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME BY ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Persons 5 years and over Speak English only Spanish Speak English " very well" Speak English " well" Speak English " not well" Speak English " not at all" Other Indo-European languages Speak English " very well" Speak English " well" Speak English " not well" Speak English " not at all" Asian and Pacific Island languages Speak English " very well" Speak English " well" Speak English " not well" Speak English " not at all" All other languages Speak English " very well" Speak English " well" Speak English " not well" Speak English " not at all" 617 575 15 9 2 2 20 14 4 1 5 2 1 1 1 720 393 302 447 959 339 557 517 397 340 687 93 073 850 547 588 88 435 064 284 87 – 410 379 11 6 2 1 14 10 2 1 3 2 1 1 216 291 071 974 132 565 400 757 673 780 262 42 861 133 210 443 75 236 906 252 78 – 66 58 4 2 472 675 387 415 962 715 295 3 009 2 043 667 294 5 252 132 78 42 – 149 82 43 24 – 343 320 6 4 1 11 8 2 3 2 1 1 744 616 684 559 170 850 105 748 630 113 968 37 609 001 132 401 75 087 824 209 54 – 312 291 6 4 1 11 8 2 3 1 1 1 677 168 160 207 109 758 86 007 062 006 902 37 317 864 011 374 68 025 768 203 54 – 3 474 3 392 57 24 19 14 – 25 12 7 6 – – – – – – – – – – – 27 593 26 056 467 328 42 78 19 716 556 100 60 – 292 137 121 27 7 62 56 6 – – 207 196 4 2 504 102 231 473 827 774 157 760 724 560 425 51 212 717 337 145 13 199 158 32 9 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 22 199 21 013 573 290 107 104 72 528 392 103 30 3 69 50 19 – – 16 16 – – – 138 131 2 1 847 900 199 205 468 461 65 4 125 2 496 1 245 343 41 524 251 167 93 13 99 76 14 9 –

5 3 1 1

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 33.

Place of Birth of Foreign-Born Persons: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Foreign-born persons Europe Austria Belgium Czechoslovakia Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Latvia Lithuania Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Romania Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom Yugoslavia Soviet Union Asia Afghanistan Burma Cambodia China Hong Kong India Indonesia Iran Iraq Israel Japan Jordan Korea Laos Lebanon Malaysia Pakistan Philippines Saudi Arabia Syria Taiwan Thailand Turkey Vietnam North America Canada Mexico Caribbean Bahamas Barbados Cuba Dominican Republic Grenada Haiti Jamaica Trinidad and Tobago Central America Belize Costa Rica El Salvador Guatemala Honduras Nicaragua Panama South America Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Ecuador Guyana Peru Uruguay Venezuela Africa Cape Verde Egypt Ethiopia Ghana Morocco Nigeria South Africa Oceania Australia New Zealand Area not reported 22 275 8 232 193 76 127 50 27 16 261 1 628 344 199 408 1 161 160 16 275 74 644 78 40 139 153 24 2 003 109 435 6 733 44 40 23 755 150 1 302 105 204 23 86 402 44 878 124 56 37 234 826 11 35 470 152 170 366 4 471 998 883 2 040 36 73 400 136 – 143 842 239 471 30 31 80 39 34 13 244 971 194 25 128 69 282 11 140 28 – 31 606 – 86 59 6 18 110 52 102 67 11 725 Total 17 280 6 348 158 67 70 39 27 15 155 1 179 296 189 336 1 046 134 14 229 37 594 78 37 84 139 13 1 288 105 398 5 326 22 40 23 707 134 1 185 98 183 23 83 270 44 711 80 50 33 105 484 11 19 404 15 145 267 3 226 730 500 1 577 13 64 344 118 – 24 704 176 376 30 15 60 30 34 8 199 818 178 18 115 69 249 6 109 21 – 31 505 – 78 59 6 11 101 47 83 48 11 576 In central city 2 475 957 – – 8 – 6 9 – 142 25 4 56 394 6 8 39 – 99 – 8 11 6 – 136 – 37 300 – – 23 16 – 71 7 39 – – 13 5 79 – – 7 – 14 – – – – 6 20 826 17 129 498 – 15 64 – – – 379 33 160 30 – – 20 – – 110 138 7 – 6 9 77 – 30 – – – 45 – – 16 – – 11 12 – – – 172 Total 14 805 5 391 158 67 62 39 21 6 155 1 037 271 185 280 652 128 6 190 37 495 78 29 73 133 13 1 152 105 361 5 026 22 40 – 691 134 1 114 91 144 23 83 257 39 632 80 50 26 105 470 11 19 404 15 139 247 2 400 713 371 1 079 13 49 280 118 – 24 325 143 216 – 15 60 10 34 8 89 680 171 18 109 60 172 6 79 21 – 31 460 – 78 43 6 11 90 35 83 48 11 404

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area 36 29 – – – – – – – – – – – 10 – – – – – – – – – – 19 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 – – 7 – – – – – – 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

Inside urbanized area 13 911 5 037 155 46 62 33 21 6 143 992 271 177 280 603 128 6 174 37 425 78 29 67 127 10 1 050 105 345 4 770 22 40 – 664 128 1 063 84 139 23 83 221 39 574 80 50 26 105 462 11 19 361 15 139 238 2 223 695 318 997 13 49 280 81 – 24 280 143 192 – 15 60 10 10 8 89 628 165 15 99 60 145 6 79 21 – 25 455 – 78 43 6 11 85 35 83 48 11 370

Rural 858 325 3 21 – 6 – – 12 45 – 8 – 39 – – 16 – 70 – – 6 6 3 83 – 16 256 – – – 27 6 51 7 5 – – 36 – 58 – – – – 8 – – 43 – – 9 170 18 53 75 – – – 37 – – 38 – 24 – – – – 24 – – 52 6 3 10 – 27 – – – – 6 5 – – – – – 5 – – – – 34

Total 4 995 1 884 35 9 57 11 – 1 106 449 48 10 72 115 26 2 46 37 50 – 3 55 14 11 715 4 37 1 407 22 – – 48 16 117 7 21 – 3 132 – 167 44 6 4 129 342 – 16 66 137 25 99 1 245 268 383 463 23 9 56 18 – 119 138 63 95 – 16 20 9 – 5 45 153 16 7 13 – 33 5 31 7 – – 101 – 8 – – 7 9 5 19 19 – 149

Place of 10,000 or more – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

Place of 2,500 to 9,999 604 158 – – 15 – – – 12 54 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 69 – 10 191 22 – – – – 12 – – – – – – 6 – – – 74 29 – – – 5 4 39 207 9 165 19 – – – – – 4 – 3 8 – – 5 – – – 3 – – – – – – – – – – – 10 – – – – – – – – – – 28

Rural 2 557 1 084 35 – 24 11 – – 85 212 32 9 45 82 5 2 19 27 50 – 2 8 14 11 407 4 23 651 – – – 30 9 68 – 21 – 3 55 – 70 44 6 4 42 131 – 16 45 31 21 49 636 176 193 213 3 9 37 – – 93 40 25 42 – 16 10 3 – – 13 77 7 – 6 – 28 – 8 5 – – 23 – – – – 7 – 5 14 14 – 49

32

DELAWARE

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 34.

Age, Sex, Ability to Speak English, and Disability: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Total In central city Total

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area

Inside urbanized area

Rural

Total

Place of 10,000 or more

Place of 2,500 to 9,999

Rural

AGE AND SEX
All persons Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 29 years 30 to 34 years 35 to 39 years 40 to 44 years 45 to 49 years 50 to 54 years 55 to 59 years 60 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Female Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 29 years 30 to 34 years 35 to 39 years 40 to 44 years 45 to 49 years 50 to 54 years 55 to 59 years 60 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Median age for all persons Male Female 666 28 19 47 43 24 21 53 59 59 52 47 37 30 29 29 50 30 343 14 9 23 20 11 11 26 30 30 26 24 19 15 15 16 27 20 168 985 463 399 090 070 467 195 868 914 359 751 780 587 604 966 169 501 127 213 487 139 906 639 084 874 264 133 807 261 241 919 255 038 664 203 33.0 31.9 34.0 720 327 403 641 611 672 569 765 566 216 022 787 570 209 265 777 561 606 441 19 12 30 27 15 14 37 40 41 35 32 25 20 18 18 31 19 228 9 6 14 13 7 7 19 20 20 18 16 12 10 9 10 17 12 946 168 562 796 652 742 934 283 829 524 798 388 112 284 965 699 131 079 004 297 103 996 463 593 814 080 566 799 341 564 903 467 718 071 416 813 32.6 31.7 33.6 216 925 902 183 695 145 239 551 849 014 825 71 3 2 5 4 2 1 5 7 6 5 4 3 3 2 2 5 4 38 1 1 2 2 1 529 011 046 178 926 642 735 233 319 495 647 912 352 004 722 759 782 766 355 494 104 509 337 256 903 2 656 3 797 3 201 3 021 2 564 1 880 1 531 1 424 1 660 3 639 3 379 32.8 30.8 34.9 472 797 639 641 680 837 3 125 695 1 906 255 269 370 16 10 25 22 13 13 32 33 35 30 27 21 17 16 15 25 14 189 7 4 12 11 6 6 16 16 17 15 14 11 8 8 8 13 9 417 157 516 618 726 100 199 050 510 029 151 476 760 280 243 940 349 313 649 803 999 487 126 337 911 424 769 598 320 000 023 936 294 411 777 434 32.6 31.8 33.4 337 14 9 23 20 11 12 30 30 31 27 24 19 15 14 14 23 12 173 7 4 11 9 5 6 15 15 16 13 12 9 8 7 7 12 8 115 875 563 244 346 908 413 103 752 839 377 449 510 404 774 486 149 923 717 192 608 292 935 707 575 618 798 039 948 591 950 003 636 690 596 539 32.4 31.7 33.2 3 834 250 110 283 327 163 64 287 360 373 273 254 254 256 67 93 269 151 2 004 142 35 138 153 85 39 155 152 206 136 159 128 130 39 57 157 93 31.0 29.3 32.5 3 474 82 15 57 10 – 46 5 31 10 – 6 3 452 6 – – 6 – 29 468 1 032 843 2 091 2 053 1 029 722 1 660 2 398 2 817 2 501 2 773 1 996 1 620 1 402 1 361 1 931 1 239 13 928 469 356 1 057 1 038 545 297 651 819 1 353 1 236 1 250 945 803 619 664 1 024 802 35.2 34.0 36.5 27 593 1 537 226 1 109 112 90 460 45 337 40 38 74 25 297 207 48 146 13 – 224 9 6 16 15 8 6 15 19 18 16 15 12 10 10 11 19 11 115 4 3 8 7 4 3 7 9 9 8 7 6 5 5 5 10 7 222 817 901 603 438 328 533 912 039 390 561 363 668 303 639 267 038 422 123 916 384 143 443 046 270 794 698 334 466 697 338 452 537 967 248 390 33.7 32.6 34.8 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 24 010 1 052 759 1 795 1 653 822 569 1 594 2 259 1 733 1 678 1 437 1 051 910 921 1 136 2 356 2 285 12 788 570 335 902 772 407 263 729 1 122 880 899 705 530 459 553 633 1 392 1 637 34.3 31.2 37.3 22 199 1 186 297 779 32 78 438 109 322 – 7 79 20 458 249 37 212 – – 149 6 4 10 10 5 3 8 11 12 11 10 8 7 7 8 13 7 76 3 2 5 5 2 1 4 6 6 5 5 4 3 3 4 7 4 362 232 283 803 274 577 733 969 825 069 050 757 840 219 696 581 982 472 229 085 152 269 017 705 816 547 134 087 440 456 324 827 966 524 291 589 35.4 34.7 36.2

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Persons 5 years and over Speak a language other than English 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Do not speak English " very well" 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over 617 42 7 28 3 2 14 2 9 1 1 2 597 6 1 3 410 30 4 21 2 2 10 1 6 1 66 7 1 4 343 23 3 16 2 1 7 744 128 263 542 015 308 114 856 4 943 759 556 312 21 3 15 1 1 6 677 509 022 376 893 218 608 806 4 575 709 518 207 11 2 7 504 402 501 458 916 527 4 330 1 214 2 717 202 197 138 6 1 4 847 947 643 202 762 340 2 919 948 1 673 178 120

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN HOUSEHOLD
Linguistically isolated households Persons 5 years and over in households In linguistically isolated households 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over 2 143 396 091 4 328 673 2 687 465 503 757 64 555 1 551 357 831 151 212 1 386 331 536 2 777 316 1 856 314 291 1 306 302 787 2 564 268 1 710 295 291 644 201 479 1 881 592 1 090 96 103 418 137 648 1 305 479 673 95 58

DISABILITY STATUS OF CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
Males 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Females 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Males 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Females 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Males 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Females 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation 206 8 3 1 6 16 8 6 189 169 222 9 4 1 7 16 6 8 205 153 22 2 1 1 27 3 2 2 9 2 1 1 17 5 5 2 197 731 698 098 861 275 186 998 922 427 471 823 853 304 326 911 570 168 560 939 253 631 721 793 256 447 400 112 534 234 723 274 485 883 220 971 140 960 5 726 2 292 686 4 546 9 797 5 152 3 988 131 163 117 090 150 945 6 214 3 024 851 4 577 10 467 4 376 4 811 140 478 106 454 13 594 1 609 1 004 1 123 17 237 2 193 1 453 1 368 5 901 1 494 1 142 866 11 246 4 011 3 560 2 005 20 400 1 451 677 156 1 134 2 241 880 1 242 18 159 16 040 23 446 1 538 755 214 1 136 2 391 790 1 384 21 055 16 631 2 143 461 265 351 3 591 685 384 510 1 290 347 303 201 3 046 1 130 1 066 534 120 560 4 275 1 615 530 3 412 7 556 4 272 2 746 113 004 101 050 127 499 4 676 2 269 637 3 441 8 076 3 586 3 427 119 423 89 823 11 451 1 148 739 772 13 646 1 508 1 069 858 4 611 1 147 839 665 8 200 2 881 2 494 1 471 110 136 3 829 1 466 495 3 038 6 871 3 902 2 439 103 265 92 213 117 259 4 271 2 039 609 3 150 7 274 3 266 3 050 109 985 82 912 10 432 1 016 681 682 12 465 1 374 989 781 4 158 1 039 790 575 7 475 2 654 2 290 1 351 1 113 30 23 13 25 108 48 60 1 005 930 1 246 40 31 – 32 65 24 37 1 181 941 112 24 14 10 157 39 24 33 58 26 13 26 93 21 14 15 9 311 416 126 22 349 577 322 247 8 734 7 907 8 994 365 199 28 259 737 296 340 8 257 5 970 907 108 44 80 1 024 95 56 44 395 82 36 64 632 206 190 105 65 237 3 005 1 406 412 2 315 6 478 3 034 3 010 58 759 52 337 71 526 3 609 1 829 453 2 749 6 444 2 194 3 357 65 082 47 485 8 659 1 022 717 670 10 019 1 254 947 744 3 633 740 581 408 6 239 1 872 1 660 966 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6 030 185 37 – 164 611 294 292 5 419 4 787 6 909 305 151 33 217 752 255 374 6 157 4 375 909 157 81 120 1 287 133 118 42 465 59 56 30 1 050 325 281 187 45 766 2 236 1 091 341 1 722 4 595 2 087 2 210 41 171 36 950 47 778 2 431 1 236 323 1 884 4 361 1 445 2 317 43 417 31 583 6 625 737 567 474 7 196 891 673 545 2 745 564 438 311 4 206 1 165 1 055 555

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 35.

Fertility and Household and Family Composition: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Total In central city Total

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area

Inside urbanized area

Rural

Total

Place of 10,000 or more

Place of 2,500 to 9,999

Rural

FERTILITY
Women 15 to 24 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 25 to 34 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 35 to 44 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women No children 1 child 2 children 3 children 4 children 5 or more children Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women 49 597 14 268 288 9 030 8 199 908 60 397 76 692 1 270 44 650 66 924 1 499 51 068 95 404 1 868 9 008 9 581 18 528 9 506 2 941 1 504 45 734 90 940 1 988 666 645 176 137 39 70 30 40 141 199 29 28 20 168 981 925 483 442 238 149 089 247 735 684 152 187 2.61 3.10 34 487 8 457 245 4 998 4 394 879 41 365 48 586 1 175 29 402 42 446 1 444 34 905 63 421 1 817 6 787 6 350 12 364 6 638 1 911 855 30 843 60 208 1 952 441 427 115 88 26 48 20 27 90 132 20 19 14 946 794 305 842 463 799 853 946 997 405 320 968 152 2.61 3.11 4 815 2 317 481 619 743 1 200 6 998 9 043 1 292 3 625 5 727 1 580 5 585 10 571 1 893 1 386 930 1 434 1 093 466 276 4 116 8 582 2 085 71 69 16 9 7 12 4 7 9 20 6 4 1 529 585 475 249 226 110 687 423 185 934 527 354 944 2.43 3.22 29 672 6 140 207 4 379 3 651 834 34 367 39 543 1 151 25 777 36 719 1 424 29 320 52 850 1 803 5 401 5 420 10 930 5 545 1 445 579 26 727 51 626 1 932 370 358 98 79 19 36 16 20 81 111 13 15 12 417 209 830 593 237 689 166 523 812 471 793 614 208 2.64 3.10 27 900 5 558 199 4 067 3 291 809 31 837 36 153 1 136 23 614 33 537 1 420 26 539 47 561 1 792 4 952 4 964 9 865 4 872 1 366 520 24 057 46 396 1 929 337 327 89 71 17 34 15 19 73 101 12 14 9 115 225 759 805 954 721 267 454 784 576 540 845 890 2.63 3.09 279 217 778 70 107 529 358 517 444 306 473 546 295 572 939 45 49 110 68 16 7 267 539 019 1 493 365 244 242 253 1 045 2 172 2 873 1 323 1 857 2 709 1 459 2 486 4 717 1 897 404 407 955 605 63 52 2 403 4 691 1 952 29 27 8 7 1 1 468 172 051 014 037 615 766 849 7 183 8 581 1 077 665 2 296 2.81 3.09 15 110 5 811 385 4 032 3 805 944 19 032 28 106 1 477 15 248 24 478 1 605 16 163 31 983 1 979 2 221 3 231 6 164 2 868 1 030 649 14 891 30 732 2 064 224 218 61 48 12 21 9 12 50 67 9 8 6 222 187 620 641 979 439 296 143 250 330 364 184 035 2.63 3.06 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1 399 619 442 326 299 917 2 002 3 179 1 588 1 539 2 554 1 660 1 604 3 307 2 062 157 329 701 224 128 65 1 418 3 096 2 183 24 22 6 4 1 2 010 269 103 237 866 764 888 1 876 4 438 7 131 960 873 1 741 2.51 3.05 9 068 3 622 399 2 569 2 441 950 12 221 18 173 1 487 9 918 16 147 1 628 10 896 21 653 1 987 1 523 2 227 3 988 2 008 666 484 10 166 21 036 2 069 149 148 42 34 8 13 6 7 35 44 6 5 1 362 163 496 469 027 836 394 442 679 125 615 412 199 2.63 3.03

1

1 1

1

2

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
All persons In households Family householder Male Female Nonfamily householder Male Female Spouse Child Other relatives Nonrelatives In group quarters Persons per household Persons per family 3 834 3 812 1 020 774 246 353 133 220 845 1 314 176 104 22 2.78 3.29

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN
Families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Married-couple families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Female householder, no husband present With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Subfamilies With own children under 18 years Married-couple subfamilies With own children under 18 years Mother-child subfamilies Persons under 18 years Percent living with two parents 176 82 38 141 64 31 28 14 5 7 6 1 925 577 829 129 482 987 022 692 360 075 424 129 478 4 823 163 007 71.6 115 54 25 91 42 21 18 9 3 4 4 305 256 414 207 342 175 888 737 336 853 387 776 310 3 353 105 920 71.8 475 438 190 223 859 880 031 150 098 592 517 112 37 1 220 17 803 41.1 16 7 3 9 3 1 6 3 1 1 1 98 46 22 81 38 19 12 6 2 3 2 830 818 224 984 483 295 857 587 238 261 870 664 273 2 133 88 117 78.0 759 664 339 955 802 561 108 255 146 908 538 624 254 1 920 79 936 77.5 89 42 20 73 34 17 12 6 2 2 2 1 020 543 227 821 375 163 159 128 46 52 52 2 2 27 1 133 63.6 8 3 1 7 3 1 051 611 658 208 306 571 590 204 46 301 280 38 17 186 7 048 85.4 61 28 13 49 22 10 9 4 2 2 2 620 321 415 922 140 812 134 955 024 222 037 353 168 1 470 57 087 71.3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 103 937 430 295 841 902 1 487 890 433 215 185 47 17 110 6 081 59.0 6 2 1 4 1 496 319 436 409 948 135 319 561 932 1 630 1 500 258 128 1 078 37 169 73.4 42 18 8 35 14 7 5 2

UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLDS
Total Male and female Both male Both female 10 130 9 918 136 76 6 531 6 362 116 53 1 452 1 400 25 27 5 079 4 962 91 26 4 814 4 720 82 12 45 39 – 6 220 203 9 8 3 599 3 556 20 23 – – – – 396 374 12 10 2 365 2 344 8 13

SELECTED LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Households With one or more subfamilies With related members 15 years and over other than spouse, children, parents, or parents-in-law of householder With roomer, boarder, or foster child 15 years and over 247 163 6 701 10 885 2 949 164 104 4 531 7 528 2 002 28 585 1 534 2 324 543 135 519 2 997 5 204 1 459 124 480 2 678 4 723 1 366 1 373 39 56 14 9 666 280 425 79 83 059 2 170 3 357 947 – – – – 8 867 208 322 166 56 332 1 592 2 332 607

LABOR FORCE STATUS OF FAMILY MEMBERS
Married-couple families Husband employed or in Armed Forces Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Wife not in labor force Husband unemployed Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Wife not in labor force Husband not in labor force Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Wife not in labor force Female householder, no husband present Employed or in Armed Forces Unemployed Not in labor force 141 111 78 1 30 1 1 28 6 21 28 18 1 8 129 071 230 941 900 939 380 125 434 119 407 227 485 022 319 106 597 91 73 51 1 20 1 1 16 3 12 18 12 5 207 299 862 123 314 373 020 75 278 535 926 102 507 888 762 677 449 9 223 6 736 4 973 142 1 621 220 165 31 24 2 267 660 33 1 574 6 031 3 622 301 2 108 81 984 66 563 46 889 981 18 693 1 153 855 44 254 14 268 3 266 69 10 933 12 857 9 140 376 3 341 73 955 59 896 42 368 867 16 661 1 090 815 37 238 12 969 2 959 69 9 941 12 108 8 682 358 3 068 821 669 466 45 158 7 – 7 – 145 47 – 98 159 127 – 32 7 208 5 998 4 055 69 1 874 56 40 – 16 1 154 260 – 894 590 331 18 241 49 922 37 772 26 368 818 10 586 566 360 50 156 11 584 2 481 125 8 978 9 134 5 557 429 3 148 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 4 295 3 095 2 124 42 929 51 30 – 21 1 149 149 8 992 1 487 795 100 592 35 409 26 097 18 051 557 7 489 401 249 43 109 8 911 1 919 109 6 883 5 319 3 201 242 1 876

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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 36.

School Enrollment and Educational Attainment: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Total In central city Total

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area

Inside urbanized area

Rural

Total

Place of 10,000 or more

Place of 2,500 to 9,999

Rural

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL
Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school Preprimary school Public school Elementary or high school Public school College Public college Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Percent enrolled in school: 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Persons 18 to 24 years Percent enrolled in college Male Female 171 12 5 108 90 51 39 171 6 84 22 14 18 12 11 219 068 940 041 216 110 206 219 479 640 200 988 888 857 167 117 8 3 69 54 38 29 117 4 54 14 10 15 9 7 099 698 833 876 498 525 176 099 845 888 633 997 031 224 481 17 097 1 033 605 12 221 10 494 3 843 2 700 17 097 706 9 332 2 308 936 1 017 1 419 1 379 34.5 92.4 87.4 53.9 19.4 10.3 4.2 6 968 18.6 14.1 22.8 100 7 3 57 44 34 26 100 4 45 12 10 14 7 6 002 665 228 655 004 682 476 002 139 556 325 061 014 805 102 91 6 2 52 39 32 25 91 3 41 11 9 13 7 5 820 950 843 062 428 808 059 820 797 083 241 545 461 174 519 943 82 69 707 659 154 113 943 26 582 149 39 49 52 46 23.6 95.4 91.4 60.9 17.1 7.1 2.8 351 17.7 15.9 19.1 7 239 633 316 4 886 3 917 1 720 1 304 7 239 316 3 891 935 477 504 579 537 37.5 93.9 90.9 66.1 30.4 11.1 3.6 2 382 29.8 26.6 34.6 54 3 2 38 35 12 10 54 1 29 7 3 3 3 3 120 370 107 165 718 585 030 120 634 752 567 991 857 633 686 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 5 636 374 210 4 101 3 926 1 161 983 5 636 191 3 159 797 353 350 393 393 25.2 91.6 97.0 62.0 22.0 9.8 3.3 2 163 23.2 21.9 24.7 33 1 1 24 23 6 5 33 19 4 2 1 1 2 257 923 343 973 307 361 290 257 886 484 947 017 780 834 309

33.3 93.5 92.2 69.8 35.5 10.7 3.6 74 662 38.3 35.4 41.1

38.6 93.9 93.0 73.6 40.3 11.2 3.7 52 217 43.4 41.1 45.4

39.4 94.2 94.1 76.2 43.7 11.4 3.6 45 249 47.2 45.3 48.9

39.7 94.2 94.4 76.9 44.7 11.5 3.6 42 516 48.4 46.9 49.8

23.7 92.9 90.9 61.1 24.2 9.7 3.4 22 445 26.5 22.6 30.6

20.7 92.4 88.7 54.0 19.8 7.7 3.1 12 702 20.3 16.8 23.9

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 to 19 years Enrolled in school Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Not enrolled in school High school graduate Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Not high school graduate Employed Unemployed Not in labor force 37 29 12 1 14 8 4 3 252 238 536 695 965 014 138 100 354 472 3 876 1 956 487 1 433 25 20 8 1 10 4 2 1 166 299 672 075 552 867 561 982 242 313 2 306 1 150 292 864 3 456 2 377 850 220 1 307 1 079 428 273 92 63 651 194 108 349 21 710 17 922 7 822 855 9 245 3 788 2 133 1 709 150 250 1 655 956 184 515 20 123 16 713 7 283 798 8 632 3 410 1 971 1 577 144 226 1 439 864 167 408 156 117 34 16 67 39 17 – 5 12 22 – – 22 1 431 1 092 505 41 546 339 145 132 1 12 194 92 17 85 12 086 8 939 3 864 620 4 413 3 147 1 577 1 118 112 159 1 570 806 195 569 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1 088 858 379 44 435 230 116 90 8 18 114 42 31 41 7 558 5 344 2 489 375 2 473 2 214 1 055 846 89 115 1 159 629 103 427

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 18 to 24 years High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Master’s degree Professional school degree Doctorate degree Females 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Master’s degree Professional school degree Doctorate degree Persons 25 years and over Percent: Less than 5th grade High school graduate or higher Male Female Some college or higher Bachelor’s degree or higher Male Female Males 25 to 34 years Percent: High school graduate or higher Bachelor’s degree or higher Females 25 to 34 years Percent: High school graduate or higher Bachelor’s degree or higher 74 26 27 6 428 5 25 65 140 72 14 13 58 20 6 6 225 2 13 35 78 38 8 7 29 9 2 1 428 662 757 750 161 499 238 771 463 030 620 163 492 615 461 403 243 785 419 098 425 733 235 696 718 014 017 261 169 499 52 17 20 5 283 2 13 38 88 49 9 9 45 15 4 5 149 1 7 20 50 26 6 5 22 6 1 1 283 217 774 571 244 809 859 368 730 345 709 677 536 496 700 877 512 658 407 152 792 767 296 103 419 277 748 669 028 809 6 968 2 642 1 587 594 46 758 1 038 3 749 10 307 13 762 6 713 1 345 987 5 655 1 788 887 527 26 096 524 2 325 5 858 7 955 3 917 841 574 2 761 907 270 164 46 758 2.2 67.7 69.1 66.6 38.3 18.9 23.0 15.7 6 816 79.2 25.1 6 998 81.3 20.9 45 15 18 4 237 1 9 28 74 42 8 8 39 13 3 4 123 4 14 42 22 5 4 19 5 1 237 249 132 984 650 051 821 619 423 583 996 332 549 841 912 990 985 562 883 827 934 812 379 262 845 516 841 399 864 051 42 14 18 4 214 1 8 24 66 39 7 7 37 12 3 4 112 4 13 38 20 4 4 18 5 1 214 516 052 255 509 663 553 385 684 615 566 751 927 115 928 560 579 790 769 408 263 655 666 928 498 159 385 243 816 663 351 183 56 24 2 350 17 144 558 982 392 56 47 125 29 – – 1 257 1 53 267 557 235 42 32 64 6 – – 2 350 .7 69.4 63.6 74.5 27.6 6.6 7.7 5.6 375 73.9 9.9 358 91.9 11.2 2 382 897 673 117 20 038 251 1 090 3 181 6 986 3 038 525 575 2 601 955 430 406 9 515 113 366 1 404 3 600 1 478 292 315 1 293 450 156 48 20 038 1.3 77.4 74.9 80.2 42.6 21.9 23.2 20.5 3 043 83.7 16.8 2 172 92.0 21.8 22 445 8 983 7 179 917 144 690 2 379 12 403 26 733 51 685 22 911 4 486 3 956 13 119 4 761 1 526 731 76 127 1 012 5 946 14 633 27 966 11 939 2 593 2 299 6 737 2 269 592 141 144 690 1.6 71.3 70.9 71.6 35.6 13.9 15.2 12.8 18 397 78.7 12.0 19 032 84.3 14.7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 163 805 584 160 15 766 180 1 469 3 187 5 248 2 366 538 565 1 455 522 138 98 8 810 71 772 1 962 2 885 1 367 321 328 825 189 56 34 15 766 1.1 69.3 70.8 68.2 36.0 14.0 15.9 12.5 1 990 74.9 13.6 2 002 83.2 17.5 12 702 5 536 3 237 376 99 491 1 735 9 557 19 865 37 875 13 913 2 938 2 214 7 655 2 346 957 436 51 638 680 4 379 10 422 20 289 7 216 1 743 1 345 3 896 1 149 444 75 99 491 1.7 68.7 67.2 70.0 30.6 11.5 12.2 10.8 11 673 75.8 9.0 12 221 82.7 11.4

1.2 77.5 77.5 77.4 44.8 21.4 24.8 18.4 59 385 84.9 23.4 60 397 88.7 24.0

1.0 80.6 80.9 80.4 49.5 25.2 29.7 21.2 40 988 87.7 28.5 41 365 90.7 28.3

.8 83.2 83.1 83.3 51.7 26.5 30.9 22.4 34 172 89.3 29.2 34 367 92.6 29.8

.7 83.9 84.1 83.7 52.8 27.1 32.0 22.7 30 754 90.1 30.7 31 837 92.6 30.6

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 37.

Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Veteran Status: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Total In central city Total

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area

Inside urbanized area

Rural

Total

Place of 10,000 or more

Place of 2,500 to 9,999

Rural

PLACE OF BIRTH AND NATIVITY
All persons Native Born in State of residence Born in a different State Northeast Midwest South West Born abroad Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area U.S. Virgin Islands American Samoa Guam Northern Marianas Born abroad of American parents Foreign born 666 643 334 300 156 29 105 10 8 4 168 893 209 981 089 026 530 336 703 015 280 108 – 14 5 4 408 22 275 720 154 045 892 153 024 129 381 038 603 107 902 202 6 417 441 424 220 198 115 19 56 6 5 3 946 666 380 310 890 849 231 340 976 155 259 103 – 4 5 2 562 17 280 216 084 071 951 120 037 083 540 387 443 713 712 140 4 209 … … … 227 203 175 28 22 3 1 644 568 198 370 964 543 270 291 302 1.08 7 327 6 332 45 100 773 4 73 262 852 9 702 1 620 4 313 32 24 19 4 3 71 69 43 23 10 1 10 529 054 014 571 348 617 932 674 2 469 2 070 108 24 – – – 291 2 475 472 976 438 111 327 219 6 108 3 111 480 2 183 334 488 74 496 … … … 723 333 525 808 845 571 240 72 80 1.12 3 136 2 853 27 21 188 – 47 10 131 4 031 358 724 194 179 155 23 19 2 1 370 355 177 174 105 18 45 5 3 1 417 612 366 739 542 232 299 666 507 085 151 79 – 4 5 2 271 14 805 744 108 633 840 793 818 975 429 907 260 379 224 66 3 713 … … … 921 235 673 562 119 972 030 219 222 1.08 4 191 3 479 18 79 585 4 26 252 721 5 671 1 262 3 589 178 164 143 21 17 2 337 323 158 161 98 17 40 5 3 1 115 204 488 468 762 048 410 248 248 006 126 79 – 4 5 2 116 13 911 677 048 914 448 466 910 556 823 637 017 079 197 53 3 465 … … … 963 523 150 373 373 668 935 219 178 1.08 4 070 3 396 18 79 549 4 24 231 710 5 229 1 165 3 035 3 3 2 1 834 798 326 435 567 143 666 59 37 24 – – – – – 13 36 474 772 675 247 428 83 345 158 25 133 29 27 – – … … … 1 831 1 704 1 424 280 193 41 46 – – 1.10 23 23 – – – – – – – 47 15 42 1 789 219 118 131 342 693 286 27.9 52.4 425 606 177 581 414 32.1 30 2.0 444 52 47 47 164 – 53 30 – 139 – 6 14 13 11 1 1 29 28 16 11 6 1 4 468 610 552 836 213 041 223 359 222 55 25 – – – – 142 858 224 219 113 102 40 9 49 3 2 222 227 829 671 199 177 299 996 727 860 21 5 – 10 – 1 846 4 995 504 070 974 941 033 987 046 841 651 160 394 190 62 2 208 … … … 106 97 82 14 11 1 482 487 889 598 152 902 694 380 470 1.09 742 655 6 2 9 8 62 195 279 3 160 952 3 667 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – … … … – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 9 8 7 1 24 23 13 9 3 010 406 516 672 637 685 5 036 314 218 101 – – – – – 117 604 199 423 477 767 710 737 973 943 177 1 592 261 3 23 273 … … … 465 532 248 284 876 254 96 21 37 1.09 115 115 – – – – – – 36 515 63 204 71 65 55 9 7 1 149 146 80 65 24 4 34 1 1 362 805 665 108 449 880 012 767 032 380 16 – – 10 – 636 2 557 847 528 708 527 181 895 286 765 149 531 841 86 14 511 … … … 250 244 303 941 673 257 431 286 294 1.09 457 411 – 2 9 8 27 100 114 1 662 710 2 963

RESIDENCE IN 1985
Persons 5 years and over Same house Different house in the United States Same county Different county Same State Different State Northeast Midwest South West Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Elsewhere 617 332 278 170 107 13 94 45 8 34 6 410 222 183 115 67 4 63 34 5 19 3 66 37 27 21 6 343 184 155 94 60 3 56 31 4 17 3 312 167 141 85 56 2 53 29 4 16 3 3 1 1 1 27 15 12 8 3 593 288 044 145 899 825 3 074 1 448 245 1 110 271 – 13 248 … … … 127 008 099 909 553 263 49 – 44 1.09 98 60 – – 36 – 2 21 11 395 82 512 207 110 94 54 40 8 31 10 2 15 2 22 11 10 5 4 1 2 138 79 58 35 23 5 17 5 1 9

PLACE OF WORK
Workers 16 years and over Worked in area of residence Worked outside area of residence 334 126 301 759 32 367 334 301 258 42 34 5 1 126 055 087 968 116 445 964 671 772 1.08 8 069 6 987 51 102 782 12 135 457 1 131 12 862 2 572 7 980

MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION AND CARPOOLING
Workers 16 years and over Car, truck, or van Drove alone Carpooled 2-person carpool 3-person carpool 4-person carpool 5- or 6-person carpool 7-or-more-person carpool Persons per car, truck, or van Public transportation Bus or trolley bus Streetcar or trolley car Subway or elevated Railroad Ferryboat Taxicab Motorcycle Bicycle Walked Other means Worked at home

TRAVEL TIME TO WORK AND DEPARTURE TIME
Workers who did not work at home Minutes to work: Less than 10 minutes 10 to 14 minutes 15 to 19 minutes 20 to 29 minutes 30 to 44 minutes 45 or more minutes Mean travel time to work (minutes) Workers traveling 45 or more minutes Departure time: 6:00 to 6:59 a.m. 7:00 to 7:59 a.m. 8:00 to 8:59 a.m. All other times 326 146 49 58 65 76 50 25 105 000 976 866 974 225 20.0 56.1 132 377 128 509 223 331 28 38 46 56 36 16 039 881 916 969 322 204 20.3 55.5 787 662 916 966 31 999 4 7 7 6 3 1 644 336 725 459 958 877 18.1 56.0 178 556 704 561 191 332 23 31 39 50 32 14 395 545 191 510 364 327 20.6 55.5 609 106 212 405 175 928 21 29 37 47 27 12 754 878 215 016 787 278 20.2 56.0 929 715 991 293 13 615 1 1 1 3 3 1 422 549 845 152 884 763 24.8 52.4 255 785 044 531 102 815 21 19 19 19 14 9 066 119 060 897 652 021 19.3 57.1 345 715 212 543 9 261 3 060 1 200 921 1 801 1 412 867 18.6 53.8 1 3 1 2 845 589 403 424 68 287 11 10 13 15 11 6 260 946 250 082 725 024 20.5 56.7 005 828 774 680

61 119 55 90

41 82 38 59

5 11 6 8

36 71 32 51

32 65 29 47

3 4 2 3

19 36 16 30

14 23 10 19

VETERAN STATUS
Male civilian veterans Percent of civilian males 16 years and over Female civilian veterans Percent of civilian females 16 years and over 77 177 31.8 3 732 1.4 80 11 7 6 22 1 8 10 1 23 909 812 035 155 116 872 241 524 656 983 93 612 48 565 29.7 2 040 1.1 605 281 131 651 643 446 5 746 7 089 954 14 986 56 404 50 7 4 3 13 6 642 26.8 339 1.1 6 981 1 091 538 464 1 904 24 835 918 143 1 979 15 72 41 923 30.2 1 701 1.1 43 6 3 3 11 624 190 593 187 739 422 4 911 6 171 811 13 007 41 332 37 968 30.3 1 559 1.1 39 5 3 2 10 527 658 226 859 472 399 4 351 5 650 776 11 930 31 260 3 541 28.9 112 1.0 3 653 480 320 281 1 103 23 507 491 35 938 10 66 28 612 36.2 1 692 1.9 30 4 2 2 8 1 2 3 304 531 904 504 473 426 495 435 702 8 997 37 208 2 841 34.2 133 1.3 2 974 523 325 295 759 16 239 305 48 1 032 – 52 19 598 35.3 868 1.5 20 2 1 1 5 466 435 549 259 443 706 1 854 2 534 496 6 819 37 142

PERIOD OF SERVICE
Civilian veterans 16 years and over May 1975 or later service only September 1980 or later service only Served 2 or more years Vietnam era, no Korean conflict Vietnam era and Korean conflict February 1955 to July 1964 only Korean conflict, no World War II Korean conflict and World War II World War II, no Korean conflict World War I Other service

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Table 38.

Labor Force Characteristics: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Total In central city Total

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area

Inside urbanized area

Rural

Total

Place of 10,000 or more

Place of 2,500 to 9,999

Rural

LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 years and over In labor force Percent of persons 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Females 16 years and over In labor force Percent of females 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Males 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Males 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 518 946 354 474 68.3 5 382 349 092 335 147 261 566 13 945 4.0 164 472 8 368 271 380 165 843 61.1 569 165 274 158 860 110 580 6 414 3.9 105 537 3 599 18 531 8 531 1 537 8 243 26 321 18 674 1 291 4 955 141 634 124 399 3 953 10 097 28 277 18 696 532 9 042 13 269 3 771 9 498 7 767 19 534 2 434 17 100 15 281 18 721 9 061 999 8 627 26 874 18 892 1 222 6 597 146 625 111 739 3 788 30 726 31 293 14 540 268 16 485 15 742 3 007 12 735 11 538 32 125 1 758 30 367 29 013 346 258 241 162 69.6 1 173 239 989 230 822 180 867 9 167 3.8 105 096 5 202 181 469 114 084 62.9 94 113 990 110 042 76 624 3 948 3.5 67 385 1 947 12 435 5 621 1 013 5 777 18 203 13 054 981 3 879 96 295 86 240 2 753 6 542 17 875 12 256 324 5 289 8 201 2 367 5 834 4 697 11 780 1 390 10 390 9 235 12 731 6 183 596 5 952 19 080 13 732 690 4 627 99 640 77 221 2 441 19 915 19 789 9 806 161 9 822 9 827 1 964 7 863 7 116 20 402 1 196 19 206 18 389 55 447 35 868 64.7 138 35 730 33 188 26 542 2 542 7.1 19 579 1 393 30 508 18 216 59.7 22 18 194 17 090 12 876 1 104 6.1 12 292 403 1 700 570 255 875 2 577 1 641 315 572 14 735 11 821 800 2 047 2 397 1 459 59 879 1 321 397 924 780 2 209 219 1 990 1 822 1 756 747 165 844 2 656 1 687 248 721 15 994 12 266 653 3 053 3 084 1 625 30 1 429 1 800 459 1 341 1 212 5 218 314 4 904 4 667 290 811 205 294 70.6 1 035 204 259 197 634 154 325 6 625 3.2 85 517 3 809 150 961 95 868 63.5 72 95 796 92 952 63 748 2 844 3.0 55 093 1 544 10 735 5 051 758 4 902 15 626 11 413 666 3 307 81 560 74 419 1 953 4 495 15 478 10 797 265 4 410 6 880 1 970 4 910 3 917 9 571 1 171 8 400 7 413 10 975 5 436 431 5 108 16 424 12 045 442 3 906 83 646 64 955 1 788 16 862 16 705 8 181 131 8 393 8 027 1 505 6 522 5 904 15 184 882 14 302 13 722 264 889 188 334 71.1 992 187 342 181 326 141 383 6 016 3.2 76 555 1 972 138 640 88 473 63.8 67 88 406 85 822 58 885 2 584 2.9 50 167 1 374 9 891 4 640 705 4 522 14 485 10 742 622 2 881 73 002 67 754 1 721 2 872 13 934 9 678 253 3 997 6 248 1 748 4 500 3 568 8 689 1 073 7 616 6 683 10 232 5 084 404 4 744 15 618 11 430 387 3 775 76 329 59 666 1 618 15 004 15 326 7 466 123 7 737 7 365 1 407 5 958 5 416 13 770 821 12 949 12 420 2 793 1 990 71.2 7 1 983 1 870 1 477 113 5.7 803 7 1 496 979 65.4 – 979 906 648 73 7.5 517 – 72 6 8 58 132 114 – 18 859 773 32 47 64 45 – 19 79 26 53 43 91 – 91 91 84 28 13 43 155 127 11 17 911 688 49 174 96 49 – 47 67 12 55 48 183 2 181 162 23 129 14 970 64.7 36 14 934 14 438 11 465 496 3.3 8 159 1 830 10 825 6 416 59.3 5 6 411 6 224 4 215 187 2.9 4 409 170 772 405 45 322 1 009 557 44 408 7 699 5 892 200 1 576 1 480 1 074 12 394 553 196 357 306 791 98 693 639 659 324 14 321 651 488 44 114 6 406 4 601 121 1 684 1 283 666 8 609 595 86 509 440 1 231 59 1 172 1 140 172 688 113 312 65.6 4 209 109 103 104 325 80 699 4 778 4.4 59 376 3 166 89 911 51 759 57.6 475 51 284 48 818 33 956 2 466 4.8 38 152 1 652 6 096 2 910 524 2 466 8 118 5 620 310 1 076 45 339 38 159 1 200 3 555 10 402 6 440 208 3 753 5 068 1 404 3 664 3 070 7 754 1 044 6 710 6 046 5 990 2 878 403 2 675 7 794 5 160 532 1 970 46 985 34 518 1 347 10 811 11 504 4 734 107 6 663 5 915 1 043 4 872 4 422 11 723 562 11 161 10 624 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 18 448 10 147 55.0 87 10 060 9 534 7 534 526 5.2 8 301 1 711 10 072 4 785 47.5 26 4 759 4 495 3 164 264 5.5 5 287 800 555 217 41 297 865 618 37 191 4 473 3 468 156 807 871 522 22 327 561 146 415 373 1 051 74 977 909 533 294 42 197 729 429 48 252 4 595 3 229 155 1 185 1 186 420 13 753 657 71 586 549 2 372 58 2 314 2 239 116 018 75 784 65.3 660 75 124 72 021 55 945 3 103 4.1 40 234 1 042 59 826 34 219 57.2 40 34 179 32 551 22 759 1 628 4.8 25 607 606 3 917 2 139 325 1 442 4 422 3 643 195 472 30 492 27 144 750 2 101 7 787 4 700 141 2 946 3 890 1 060 2 830 2 349 5 684 848 4 836 4 311 3 641 1 825 242 1 573 4 547 3 140 337 1 059 31 268 23 045 925 7 270 8 490 3 439 75 4 976 4 333 766 3 567 3 225 7 547 385 7 162 6 783

PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES
Females 16 years and over own children under 6 years labor force own children 6 to 17 years only labor force Own children under 6 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children under 6 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours With In With In 271 41 26 43 35 living with two 42 428 25 956 14 051 living with one 13 886 9 371 6 365 living with two 74 326 53 883 31 886 living with one 25 360 20 289 15 693 16 840 13 788 10 965 6 074 4 355 3 223 10 766 9 433 7 742 10 038 8 810 7 283 204 183 138 524 440 321 8 520 6 501 4 728 – – – 1 360 1 010 707 4 979 3 847 2 958 48 213 35 192 20 029 4 801 3 583 2 119 43 412 31 609 17 910 38 901 28 660 16 299 458 330 167 4 053 2 619 1 444 26 113 18 691 11 857 – – – 2 288 1 637 1 047 17 875 12 513 7 859 8 895 6 246 4 382 3 130 1 869 1 177 5 765 4 377 3 205 5 386 4 092 2 989 133 101 89 246 184 127 4 991 3 125 1 983 – – – 856 545 324 2 891 1 797 1 094 27 829 17 195 9 029 2 508 1 585 883 25 321 15 610 8 146 23 089 14 293 7 458 263 158 49 1 969 1 159 639 14 599 8 761 5 022 – – – 1 297 854 475 9 420 5 610 3 233 380 065 979 663 412 181 26 17 28 23 469 983 816 711 360 30 3 2 4 3 508 832 458 443 594 150 23 15 24 19 961 151 358 268 766 138 21 14 21 18 640 194 118 956 004 1 496 214 144 333 306 10 1 1 1 1 825 743 096 979 456 89 14 9 14 12 911 082 163 952 052 – – – – – 10 072 1 458 955 1 474 1 122 59 8 5 9 8 826 985 815 975 062

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 39.

Occupation of Employed Persons: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Employed persons 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers Employed females 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers 335 89 41 1 13 47 11 5 2 7 15 10 113 3 11 37 9 9 18 6 61 2 16 6 3 42 1 5 1 35 14 9 6 2 3 39 12 17 9 44 10 7 10 9 2 12 2 3 158 43 17 6 25 2 7 11 8 75 3 3 19 3 3 12 5 49 1 15 5 1 26 1 1 23 9 3 1 3 2 9 3 2 1 1 2 147 148 833 412 233 315 283 487 093 776 963 492 886 572 157 382 318 758 306 976 775 465 096 393 102 146 206 635 734 305 073 140 091 167 645 736 440 784 485 140 585 647 394 925 977 537 878 755 860 010 225 588 756 785 475 615 474 037 160 039 557 065 336 904 718 835 351 704 252 364 864 580 397 028 126 049 112 853 085 994 298 589 695 129 389 488 252 838 672 128 440 434 180 418 155 826 Total 230 822 67 415 31 387 655 10 594 36 028 9 921 4 812 1 542 5 749 11 146 6 967 83 311 2 436 9 005 25 215 5 956 7 343 11 916 4 404 46 655 1 945 11 692 4 520 2 511 27 624 753 3 859 1 130 23 012 9 340 5 920 2 263 374 1 807 24 111 7 577 10 505 6 010 26 098 5 802 5 383 6 172 5 918 1 610 7 131 1 722 2 343 110 042 31 413 12 621 264 5 314 18 792 2 195 517 353 5 211 7 621 5 276 54 727 2 065 2 656 13 052 2 271 2 937 7 844 3 465 36 954 1 093 11 509 3 856 1 129 16 803 688 819 80 15 296 5 923 2 560 402 101 295 1 741 291 248 1 202 4 956 1 612 1 210 834 834 139 1 161 96 447 In central city 33 188 8 512 4 026 99 1 509 4 486 832 294 204 592 1 260 897 10 666 313 926 2 797 638 836 1 323 459 6 630 250 1 306 547 492 6 773 309 910 421 5 554 1 886 2 004 291 23 267 2 604 726 1 263 608 4 342 1 014 724 890 876 206 1 508 365 453 17 090 4 330 1 818 15 807 2 512 320 85 49 546 955 712 7 548 251 369 1 502 290 359 853 403 5 426 193 1 260 449 261 4 049 290 180 27 3 579 1 141 973 35 – 35 269 46 54 169 859 401 162 79 79 21 196 24 83 Total 197 634 58 903 27 361 556 9 085 31 542 9 089 4 518 1 338 5 157 9 886 6 070 72 645 2 123 8 079 22 418 5 318 6 507 10 593 3 945 40 025 1 695 10 386 3 973 2 019 20 851 444 2 949 709 17 458 7 454 3 916 1 972 351 1 540 21 507 6 851 9 242 5 402 21 756 4 788 4 659 5 282 5 042 1 404 5 623 1 357 1 890 92 952 27 083 10 803 249 4 507 16 280 1 875 432 304 4 665 6 666 4 564 47 179 1 814 2 287 11 550 1 981 2 578 6 991 3 062 31 528 900 10 249 3 407 868 12 754 398 639 53 11 717 4 782 1 587 367 101 260 1 472 245 194 1 033 4 097 1 211 1 048 755 755 118 965 72 364

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area 1 870 309 172 – 65 137 21 14 – 15 56 47 526 1 14 169 78 25 66 21 342 40 69 36 – 281 16 26 6 239 72 86 18 – 18 295 78 120 97 441 115 104 99 99 31 92 28 51 906 180 93 – 22 87 – – – 15 40 31 397 1 – 97 27 16 54 21 299 20 69 36 – 178 16 – – 162 39 42 18 – 18 38 7 – 31 95 26 21 35 35 – 13 – 13

Inside urbanized area 181 326 54 562 25 198 459 8 523 29 364 8 582 4 296 1 199 4 832 9 170 5 547 67 620 1 973 7 638 20 830 4 938 6 009 9 883 3 711 37 179 1 560 9 663 3 669 1 884 19 181 393 2 742 664 16 046 6 945 3 524 1 455 170 1 227 19 020 6 132 8 115 4 761 19 488 4 312 4 220 4 766 4 533 1 195 4 995 1 182 1 660 85 822 25 167 10 046 207 4 248 15 121 1 779 420 274 4 351 6 182 4 161 43 819 1 701 2 148 10 756 1 861 2 366 6 529 2 865 29 214 841 9 530 3 139 795 11 677 357 586 48 10 734 4 446 1 401 274 63 205 1 298 226 186 886 3 587 1 088 956 641 641 69 833 58 305

Rural 14 438 4 032 1 991 97 497 2 041 486 208 139 310 660 476 4 499 149 427 1 419 302 473 644 213 2 504 95 654 268 135 1 389 35 181 39 1 173 437 306 499 181 295 2 192 641 1 007 544 1 827 361 335 417 410 178 536 147 179 6 224 1 736 664 42 237 1 072 96 12 30 299 444 372 2 963 112 139 697 93 196 408 176 2 015 39 650 232 73 899 25 53 5 821 297 144 75 38 37 136 12 8 116 415 97 71 79 79 49 119 14 46

Total 104 325 21 733 10 446 757 2 639 11 287 1 362 675 551 2 027 4 817 3 525 30 575 1 136 2 152 12 167 3 362 2 415 6 390 2 572 15 120 520 4 404 1 873 591 14 522 453 1 776 604 12 293 4 733 3 220 3 828 1 793 1 838 15 625 4 863 7 279 3 475 18 042 4 783 2 264 4 222 4 007 1 367 5 406 1 156 1 412 48 818 11 597 4 604 324 1 442 6 993 280 98 121 1 826 3 539 2 763 20 830 1 000 680 6 852 1 447 898 4 507 2 239 12 298 271 4 355 1 724 268 9 225 438 230 32 8 557 3 162 1 434 896 488 400 1 388 98 240 1 050 4 882 2 060 918 606 600 41 1 257 59 379

Place of 10,000 or more – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

Place of 2,500 to 9,999 9 534 2 417 1 084 63 259 1 333 137 89 81 265 549 425 2 687 132 233 915 280 214 421 183 1 407 61 439 153 26 1 509 34 200 75 1 275 442 353 117 11 91 1 159 352 516 291 1 645 541 227 282 282 177 418 87 76 4 495 1 231 449 10 173 782 52 28 33 236 346 293 1 781 98 72 466 98 81 287 169 1 145 23 439 146 22 963 34 32 1 897 278 175 13 9 4 147 15 12 120 360 218 49 8 8 – 85 – 27

Rural 72 021 12 840 6 360 408 1 565 6 480 795 412 247 1 212 2 679 2 040 20 449 683 1 308 8 513 2 310 1 680 4 523 1 842 9 945 347 2 947 1 384 419 9 761 324 1 208 427 8 229 3 100 2 288 3 589 1 751 1 662 12 065 3 659 5 814 2 584 13 317 3 318 1 591 3 354 3 152 1 026 4 028 948 990 32 551 6 921 2 812 195 872 4 109 152 52 52 1 087 2 043 1 659 14 106 638 447 4 890 1 017 647 3 226 1 632 8 131 196 2 917 1 284 207 6 220 309 137 31 5 774 2 180 991 857 479 370 1 017 65 187 765 3 430 1 363 645 517 511 36 869 52 262

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Table 40.

Industry of Employed Persons: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Employed persons 16 years and over Agriculture Forestry and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Chemicals and allied products Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Primary metal industries Fabricated metal industries, including ordnance Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation, communications, and other public utilities Air transportation Trucking service and warehousing Other transportation Communications Utilities and sanitary services Wholesale trade Retail trade General merchandise stores Food, bakery, and dairy stores Automotive dealers and gasoline stations Eating and drinking places Finance, insurance, and real estate Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Services Business services Repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Elementary and secondary schools and colleges Other educational services Social services, religious and membership organizations Legal, engineering, and other professional services Public administration Employed females 16 years and over Agriculture Forestry and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Chemicals and allied products Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Primary metal industries Fabricated metal industries, including ordnance Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation, communications, and other public utilities Air transportation Trucking service and warehousing Other transportation Communications Utilities and sanitary services Wholesale trade Retail trade General merchandise stores Food, bakery, and dairy stores Automotive dealers and gasoline stations Eating and drinking places Finance, insurance, and real estate Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Services Business services Repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Elementary and secondary schools and colleges Other educational services Social services, religious and membership organizations Legal, engineering, and other professional services Public administration 335 147 6 897 251 427 26 720 62 903 42 683 6 728 3 515 3 499 22 488 20 220 1 908 1 056 1 558 2 488 1 7 19 1 4 6 3 4 11 54 6 9 6 13 32 16 15 104 10 4 1 7 3 76 15 11 25 1 10 13 15 158 2 3 20 15 2 1 1 7 4 460 005 784 039 832 860 053 000 660 407 013 092 310 951 416 480 936 444 418 653 409 044 943 977 157 362 929 015 360 154 238 860 045 35 163 116 154 679 453 801 620 937 475 393 217 331 575 Total 230 822 2 435 52 352 16 250 45 161 29 749 1 080 1 201 2 413 19 940 15 412 505 901 1 228 1 882 1 069 6 429 13 869 692 3 029 5 111 2 181 2 856 8 177 34 749 4 095 5 708 3 949 9 134 27 109 14 172 12 937 75 087 8 275 3 001 932 4 436 2 644 55 799 10 816 7 718 18 304 768 7 11 7 110 032 161 581 042 706 7 145 074 008 783 310 575 123 415 225 75 198 267 509 In central city 33 188 305 7 44 1 991 5 301 3 566 348 318 376 2 140 1 735 51 114 201 193 100 718 1 804 56 318 829 263 338 798 4 511 543 704 383 1 564 4 334 2 446 1 888 12 212 1 722 330 359 758 335 8 708 2 282 1 221 1 900 118 1 1 1 17 608 579 881 090 76 7 35 222 2 016 1 589 96 153 222 1 009 427 8 13 62 43 42 88 631 34 11 299 147 140 259 290 360 379 56 911 883 816 067 852 849 47 322 408 138 088 820 941 328 90 Total 197 634 2 130 45 308 14 259 39 860 26 183 732 883 2 037 17 800 13 677 454 787 1 027 1 689 969 5 711 12 065 636 2 711 4 282 1 918 2 518 7 379 30 238 3 552 5 004 3 566 7 570 22 775 11 726 11 049 62 875 6 553 2 671 573 3 678 2 309 47 091 8 534 6 497 16 404 650 5 9 5 92 424 582 700 952 630 – 110 852 992 194 214 422 901 406 798 67 185 205 466

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area 1 870 33 – – 209 377 202 10 19 8 75 175 12 32 14 10 32 42 121 – 48 33 – 40 130 284 7 49 65 84 174 115 59 413 7 37 16 51 19 283 53 34 109 – 61 26 129 906 33 – – 47 80 54 10 – – 14 26 – 10 – – 7 – 28 – 6 14 – 8 40 195 7 42 43 54 115 79 36 284 – 8 16 51 6 203 32 27 93 – 38 13 84

Inside urbanized area 181 326 1 557 8 282 12 321 36 480 24 216 669 825 1 934 16 539 12 264 402 684 929 1 568 818 5 176 11 095 602 2 419 3 896 1 836 2 342 6 697 28 067 3 296 4 646 3 190 7 089 21 442 11 046 10 396 58 368 6 235 2 454 476 3 458 2 020 43 725 7 990 6 006 15 273 579 5 8 5 85 097 780 009 822 446 – 102 555 102 571 169 383 841 063 531 51 151 196 423

Rural 14 438 540 37 26 1 729 3 003 1 765 53 39 95 1 186 1 238 40 71 84 111 119 493 849 34 244 353 82 136 552 887 249 309 311 397 159 565 594 094 311 180 81 169 270 083 491 457 022 71

Total 104 325 4 462 199 75 10 470 17 742 12 934 5 648 2 314 1 086 2 548 4 808 1 403 155 330 606 391 576 5 915 347 1 803 1 749 872 1 144 3 483 19 658 1 918 3 384 2 361 4 817 5 307 2 308 2 999 29 357 2 143 1 652 477 2 608 1 299 21 178 4 341 3 644 7 625 247 3 1 7 48 1 1 6 4 2 1 1 328 993 657 818 339 28 18 042 146 896 143 226 497 522 250 318 19 64 66

Place of 10,000 or more – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

Place of 2,500 to 9,999 9 534 99 15 – 751 1 946 1 411 625 238 126 337 535 96 – 52 67 62 68 477 37 202 135 49 54 368 1 567 81 278 169 459 562 263 299 3 125 183 190 36 210 92 2 414 483 475 827 8 413 208 624 4 495 18 – – 94 643 502 204 135 39 107 141 23 – 23 9 7 7 166 16 47 60 27 16 104 838 49 169 49 287 339 162 177 2 059 104 13 34 109 28 1 771 377 408 520 – 309 157 234

Rural 72 021 4 160 176 68 8 278 12 373 9 009 4 192 1 339 720 1 897 3 364 982 141 223 433 289 416 4 245 142 1 330 1 304 613 856 2 665 13 514 1 193 2 615 1 642 3 157 3 570 1 673 1 897 18 516 1 436 1 236 329 1 812 929 12 774 2 693 2 216 4 397 137 2 1 4 32 1 065 266 456 551 244 22 18 778 4 120 3 228 1 598 669 305 355 892 214 19 41 57

1

1 4

3 1

2 14 10 1 7 3

1 11 9

1 11 8

6 2

6 2

266 776 562 6 224 151 – 8 250 810 569 35 39 60 329 241 16 24 9 43 29 49 257 5 41 143 45 23 184 1 044 154 175 98 265 735 406 329 2 515 196 33 36 127 102 2 021 424 343 678 36 211 329 270

461 789 5 731 294 752 2 398 1 368 919 3 661 29 242 4 340 5 208 1 425 8 119 21 505 11 614 9 891 66 828 5 133 727 1 236 4 738 1 759 53 235 11 994 9 305 17 357 697 7 777 6 105 6 380

305 710 4 076 226 457 1 661 999 733 2 770 18 422 2 908 3 113 906 5 165 17 849 9 735 8 114 46 765 3 949 532 776 2 901 1 204 37 403 8 444 6 248 12 008 536 5 150 5 017 3 220

2

2 1 1 7

6 1 1

263 622 3 445 192 446 1 362 852 593 2 511 16 132 2 548 2 734 850 4 254 14 966 7 919 7 047 38 913 3 100 485 454 2 493 1 066 31 315 6 624 5 307 10 680 446 4 078 4 180 2 401

227 573 3 160 187 399 1 205 807 562 2 287 14 893 2 387 2 517 709 3 935 14 116 7 434 6 682 36 114 2 904 444 402 2 315 958 29 091 6 168 4 937 9 909 410 3 829 3 838 2 047

156 79 1 655 68 295 737 369 186 891 10 820 1 432 2 095 519 2 954 3 656 1 879 1 777 20 063 1 184 195 460 1 837 555 15 832 3 550 3 057 5 349 161 2 627 1 088 3 160

141 47 1 114 24 197 544 227 122 681 7 456 880 1 626 385 1 958 2 509 1 393 1 116 12 695 811 146 314 1 291 420 9 713 2 292 1 919 3 107 108 1 603 684 1 914

1 072 837 819

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 41.

Class of Worker, Work Status in 1989, and Last Occupation of Experienced Unemployed: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Total In central city Total

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area

Inside urbanized area

Rural

Total

Place of 10,000 or more

Place of 2,500 to 9,999

Rural

CLASS OF WORKER
Employed persons 16 years and over Private for profit wage and salary workers Employees of own corporation Private not-for-profit wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers In agriculture Unpaid family workers Employed females 16 years and over Private for profit wage and salary workers Employees of own corporation Private not-for-profit wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers 335 250 9 22 9 26 8 16 1 158 112 2 15 4 15 3 6 147 038 550 827 923 232 509 721 987 897 860 821 412 491 827 794 163 274 490 334 215 496 612 002 146 863 784 126 866 688 821 018 487 432 729 179 862 882 476 761 054 539 293 316 513 352 288 520 396 334 849 647 597 790 217 594 300 925 377 124 316 108 129 019 641 861 781 608 726 022 750 669 876 727 230 177 6 17 6 14 4 9 822 876 405 798 510 186 785 236 456 431 042 563 568 976 106 567 882 687 261 442 093 028 336 622 718 645 193 616 443 208 766 420 927 035 483 421 723 379 006 809 923 309 392 199 374 922 299 477 334 029 705 489 113 055 037 843 945 305 984 126 194 001 207 325 503 987 907 392 988 888 275 175 334 104 33 188 23 729 713 3 358 1 797 2 277 805 1 175 31 47 17 090 11 726 196 2 331 672 1 439 437 453 32 38 24 1 2 2 3 3 30 25 22 1 5 2 2 1 101 984 536 700 461 339 081 889 703 389 682 610 856 121 579 602 661 474 200 302 380 715 399 440 737 631 620 046 612 936 635 013 438 370 047 435 330 134 197 154 5 14 4 11 3 8 634 147 692 440 713 909 980 061 425 384 952 837 372 645 434 128 445 234 229 341 109 492 636 161 379 564 304 913 054 526 156 564 806 456 881 760 249 179 704 429 208 910 952 462 743 302 253 865 398 394 692 051 743 008 602 513 811 830 745 013 545 527 984 221 724 311 778 728 528 857 298 434 727 398 181 142 4 13 4 10 3 7 326 161 789 572 221 455 587 043 259 287 822 017 117 105 181 218 280 856 165 719 724 798 310 651 087 149 243 272 887 496 379 120 786 067 097 440 051 088 791 489 946 162 308 851 035 781 634 857 063 508 609 279 483 502 354 353 762 759 940 629 874 316 955 542 872 920 804 621 553 108 197 073 532 306 1 870 1 363 19 123 70 190 35 82 6 7 906 603 7 80 19 136 19 42 7 2 100 1 329 134 147 160 147 183 1 703 1 394 1 166 115 306 175 130 45 91 41 33 – 1 050 658 58 90 70 73 101 772 632 520 33 215 133 105 37 63 41 33 – 1 020 85 234 573 128 821 79 98 541 464 103 84 159 6 96 32 25 109 15 – – 6 18 – – 20 – 7 21 – 15 7 14 438 10 623 884 745 422 1 264 358 936 160 90 6 224 4 217 248 460 234 774 146 336 57 16 522 11 056 560 1 179 1 350 1 145 1 232 13 358 11 247 10 001 915 2 471 1 269 890 344 693 279 165 91 6 863 4 282 204 658 574 538 607 4 749 3 987 3 488 302 1 671 950 667 223 443 207 127 49 8 051 720 2 150 4 098 1 083 7 208 600 1 754 3 850 3 510 1 004 891 590 95 265 163 67 483 40 41 7 46 42 4 – 9 29 84 45 39 59 38 104 72 3 5 3 12 3 7 1 48 32 3 1 7 1 2 325 162 145 029 413 046 724 485 531 466 818 258 844 515 721 227 281 587 229 892 122 468 276 380 428 218 591 510 423 480 055 598 560 397 246 758 139 503 470 952 131 230 901 117 139 430 989 043 062 305 144 158 484 735 180 751 355 620 393 998 122 107 922 694 138 874 874 216 738 134 475 494 542 623 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 9 534 6 602 195 573 347 1 289 184 478 3 61 4 495 2 906 46 365 153 744 78 199 50 11 315 7 391 399 829 689 984 1 023 9 195 7 583 6 644 503 1 715 916 688 137 405 120 59 49 5 369 3 214 205 447 394 557 552 3 929 3 175 2 716 271 1 195 617 458 84 245 74 40 39 6 1 1 2 4 2 1 1 103 103 808 579 613 295 721 895 191 983 488 455 487 363 715 334 75 513 20 12 – 42 31 – – 134 4 76 88 35 58 13 72 51 2 3 2 7 1 5 1 32 22 2 1 4 1 021 458 458 008 342 057 850 978 496 328 551 253 678 116 146 296 656 947 137 675 763 722 211 437 722 820 602 316 844 613 321 148 071 526 752 232 848 298 749 858 275 402 090 934 190 323 006 880 954 668 711 431 948 758 818 547 188

110 80 1 11 3 8 1 3

92 68 1 9 2 7 1 3

85 64 1 9 2 6 1 2

WORK STATUS IN 1989
Persons 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Usually worked 15 to 34 hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Usually worked 1 to 14 hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Females 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Usually worked 15 to 34 hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Usually worked 1 to 14 hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 386 255 14 29 26 31 29 306 259 227 15 64 34 23 8 14 6 3 1 183 110 7 16 15 17 16 130 106 91 8 43 23 16 5 9 4 2 1 176 19 46 85 26 141 15 28 74 68 22 20 28 3 13 7 2 263 174 10 20 17 20 20 208 176 155 10 44 23 15 6 10 4 2 1 126 76 4 11 10 11 11 88 73 63 5 30 16 11 4 7 3 1 225 149 8 17 15 17 17 177 150 133 8 39 20 13 5 8 3 2 1 106 64 4 9 8 9 9 74 61 52 4 26 14 10 3 6 2 1 206 136 7 16 13 16 16 162 138 121 7 36 19 12 5 8 3 2 1 98 59 3 9 8 8 9 68 56 48 4 24 13 9 3 5 2 1 122 81 4 9 8 10 9 98 82 72 5 20 10 7 2 4 1 1 57 33 2 5 4 6 5 41 32 28 3 13 7 5 1 2 1 81 54 2 6 5 6 5 65 55 48 3 13 7 5 1 2 1

19 12 1 1 1 1 14 12 10 3 2 1 1

37 22 1 3 3 3 3 27 22 18 1 8 4 3 1

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989
Families No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers Married-couple families No workers 1 worker 2 workers Husband and wife worked 3 or more workers Husband and wife worked Female householder, no husband present No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers 115 10 30 56 18 91 8 18 48 44 15 13 18 2 9 5 2 16 2 5 6 2 9 1 1 4 4 1 1 6 475 239 113 649 474 223 104 779 676 129 664 460 031 977 2 741 1 607 706 2 445 33 143 20 183 338 5 78 659 83 206 200 63 283 151 98 8 25 49 15 81 7 16 44 40 13 12 12 1 6 3 1 89 7 22 44 14 73 6 14 39 36 12 11 12 1 6 3 1 61 8 15 29 8 49 6 10 25 23 7 6 9 1 4 2 42 6 10 19 5 35 5 7 17 16 5 4 5 496 096 826 675 899 409 148 396 575 108 290 943 319 766 2 518 1 617 418 2 991 84 137 31 330 269 15 3 553 114 418 354 205 297 181

LAST OCCUPATION OF EXPERIENCED UNEMPLOYED
Persons 16 years and over Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Professional specialty occupations Technicians and related support occupations Sales occupations Administrative support occupations, including clerical Private household occupations Protective service occupations Service occupations, except protective and household Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors Transportation and material moving occupations Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Last worked 1984 or earlier, or uniquely military occupation 13 395 649 761 291 1 359 1 655 58 147 2 306 350 1 887 1 191 731 1 333 677 8 794 520 578 221 880 1 236 28 144 1 421 199 1 238 662 423 843 401 6 349 487 435 201 697 898 23 66 762 116 1 032 462 360 560 250 5 757 432 394 194 645 838 19 66 733 87 941 396 321 486 205 4 601 129 183 70 479 419 30 3 885 151 649 529 308 490 276

40

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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 42.

Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Total In central city Total

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area

Inside urbanized area

Rural

Total

Place of 10,000 or more

Place of 2,500 to 9,999

Rural

INCOME IN 1989
Households Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Families Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Married-couple families Less than $15,000 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 or more Female householder, no husband present Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Males 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Females 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Per capita income (dollars) Persons in households (dollars) Persons in group quarters (dollars) 163 392 313 080 104 126 520 525 880 223 875 070 925 611 750 664 923 373 834 641 126 003 252 653 129 856 962 648 223 485 955 022 010 958 730 318 179 827 617 453 57.1 30 222 239 685 11 806 38.1 20 256 15 854 16 155 6 238 247 10 16 18 39 40 50 45 15 11 34 42 176 4 5 9 24 28 39 39 14 10 40 47 141 8 16 21 34 36 22 28 3 2 3 6 9 2 238 22 104 954 187 895 316 226 853 431 010 232 617 302 305 556 792 631 966 483 366 680 569 262 216 994 207 792 833 603 084 063 832 888 716 625 092 164 880 411 031 557 57.8 32 298 161 289 13 127 39.3 21 774 17 442 17 826 5 837 164 5 9 9 22 25 34 34 13 9 38 46 115 2 2 4 12 16 26 29 11 8 45 52 91 3 7 11 22 27 18 18 1 1 2 4 6 2 159 25 28 2 3 2 4 4 4 3 1 1 26 35 16 1 1 1 2 2 3 2 585 490 360 749 991 236 938 590 153 078 389 060 475 013 168 492 939 478 221 615 752 797 31 140 40 184 9 223 926 1 329 1 309 2 201 2 049 1 409 6 031 807 792 866 1 336 1 720 510 23 151 17 379 50.8 26 381 27 678 11 526 38.2 20 157 14 256 14 485 6 060 519 464 827 146 325 990 915 841 857 154 015 674 830 543 624 139 027 005 145 065 817 465 102 130 984 866 504 294 883 014 423 857 909 833 1 226 2 828 5 160 1 901 135 880 26 703 59.0 33 356 133 611 13 581 39.5 22 104 18 058 18 475 5 802 135 3 5 7 17 20 29 30 11 8 41 48 98 1 1 3 10 14 23 27 10 7 47 55 81 2 6 10 19 25 17 12 124 3 5 6 16 19 27 28 10 7 40 47 89 1 1 2 9 12 21 24 10 6 46 54 73 2 5 9 17 22 15 12 480 091 370 577 128 579 560 193 968 014 794 647 759 379 497 852 133 830 077 568 012 411 996 157 955 549 819 343 993 633 618 108 833 799 1 135 2 679 4 872 1 790 123 398 26 655 59.2 33 194 123 338 13 620 39.6 22 136 17 788 18 180 4 841 1 373 83 125 131 241 240 334 166 48 5 30 044 31 266 1 020 25 23 60 192 227 294 151 43 5 33 963 35 911 821 61 116 187 258 151 48 159 17 6 17 58 61 – 1 268 20 412 50.9 26 750 1 317 11 467 39.5 16 594 11 438 11 504 – 9 666 290 332 438 956 1 171 2 021 2 482 841 1 135 46 648 64 374 8 051 139 104 227 702 948 1 774 2 346 762 1 049 50 822 68 408 7 208 256 569 764 1 632 2 230 1 757 590 59 28 74 91 227 111 11 214 28 644 58.1 35 757 8 956 13 629 38.6 22 462 22 000 23 014 9 999 83 4 7 8 16 14 15 11 2 1 28 33 61 2 2 5 11 11 13 9 2 1 32 37 49 5 9 10 12 9 4 9 1 1 1 2 2 059 438 126 185 788 900 667 094 870 991 116 707 620 055 958 033 957 890 468 961 557 741 205 659 922 064 129 045 139 422 123 134 294 333 638 154 299 416 79 586 18 723 55.7 24 080 78 396 10 072 35.7 16 583 12 724 12 878 7 177 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 8 867 891 1 048 891 1 734 1 493 1 412 938 274 186 24 132 29 479 6 103 381 374 518 1 288 1 175 1 149 828 212 178 28 767 34 022 4 295 384 856 906 1 020 778 351 1 487 319 225 265 315 320 43 7 683 17 422 51.0 24 769 8 889 9 220 30.6 16 054 11 546 11 792 8 404 56 2 4 5 11 10 10 7 1 1 28 33 42 1 1 3 8 8 9 6 1 1 32 37 35 3 6 7 8 6 2 5 332 735 821 521 568 249 854 517 766 301 156 535 496 226 970 393 465 456 495 781 593 117 099 286 409 786 664 315 613 423 608 319 626 761 895 1 341 1 429 267 54 369 18 932 55.1 23 866 51 979 9 930 36.2 16 341 12 759 12 811 6 309

MEDIAN INCOME IN 1989 BY SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS
Family type and presence of own children: Families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Married-couple families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Female householder, no husband present (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Workers in family in 1989: No workers (dollars) 1 worker (dollars) 2 or more workers (dollars) Husband and wife worked (dollars) Nonfamily households (dollars) Male householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) Female householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) 40 40 36 44 46 40 21 15 11 18 28 48 50 20 26 24 13 16 14 9 247 204 41 199 40 24 19 3 11 106 6 65 8 12 4 45 9 23 4 252 048 787 949 037 658 469 670 365 543 110 424 640 517 857 199 379 221 506 603 163 751 975 690 493 165 452 376 358 385 261 306 083 914 012 999 987 792 141 45 44 41 50 50 45 24 18 13 20 31 52 55 23 29 26 14 18 17 10 164 138 45 135 44 15 19 1 6 78 6 40 8 7 4 29 10 15 4 216 277 151 187 721 382 555 079 974 842 470 909 521 208 932 964 243 862 139 685 104 525 904 957 528 185 617 044 847 239 474 712 312 296 186 157 202 430 319 31 27 26 41 42 44 18 12 10 11 19 43 49 17 26 23 10 14 12 8 28 21 37 21 36 1 19 140 279 986 323 148 511 666 662 818 127 936 567 455 881 661 036 313 122 819 512 47 46 42 51 51 45 26 20 15 23 33 54 56 24 30 27 15 20 18 11 135 116 47 114 45 13 19 102 518 437 032 542 475 924 874 000 310 889 196 117 853 496 745 991 417 733 673 46 46 42 51 51 45 27 20 14 23 33 54 56 25 30 27 16 20 19 11 124 107 46 105 45 11 17 996 525 203 026 784 083 003 988 885 520 543 202 177 115 605 874 578 775 145 828 33 32 26 36 36 38 20 17 16 19 20 38 39 12 19 17 5 8 8 6 1 1 32 1 31 963 930 875 510 377 214 208 222 176 896 694 701 111 426 625 500 935 481 035 745 50 49 48 52 51 50 27 16 13 22 39 56 57 21 29 27 11 14 12 9 9 8 58 7 53 1 43 822 731 245 736 429 696 067 250 929 045 207 369 906 171 013 179 875 324 561 857 32 32 28 35 37 32 16 12 7 16 22 40 41 15 21 18 12 11 10 8 83 66 33 63 31 8 19 2 13 28 5 24 7 5 3 16 9 8 3 205 221 165 685 675 100 250 049 176 252 132 038 636 498 043 823 480 670 541 077 059 226 757 733 886 980 174 332 377 146 668 594 705 618 786 842 613 362 813 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 28 767 27 153 24 397 35 014 37 016 35 020 13 679 10 187 5 000– 14 20 38 42 11 17 16 10 9 8 7 8 6 31 6 30 278 268 807 366 710 421 706 179 629 698 236 32 33 29 34 37 32 17 12 7 16 22 39 41 14 20 17 12 10 9 7 56 44 33 42 31 6 18 2 13 18 5 17 7 3 3 11 9 5 3 099 114 462 909 407 790 445 600 540 488 337 898 316 946 308 949 449 851 760 884 332 618 702 638 689 563 647 200 719 090 663 884 795 445 874 580 527 132 871

INCOME TYPE IN 1989
Households With earnings Mean earnings (dollars) With wage or salary income Mean wage or salary income (dollars) With nonfarm self-employment income Mean nonfarm self-employment income (dollars) With farm self-employment income Mean farm self-employment income (dollars) With interest, dividend, or net rental income Mean interest, dividend, or net rental income (dollars) With Social Security income Mean Social Security income (dollars) With public assistance income Mean public assistance income (dollars) With retirement income Mean retirement income (dollars) With other income Mean other income (dollars) 585 568 661 124 606 971 143 170 7 503 9 385 7 8 7 3 4 4 7 2 4 109 762 212 206 082 977 328 502 175 519 957 424 833 985 214 687 874 6 719 68 854 6 31 8 4 4 24 10 12 4 387 950 613 090 268 180 794 928 347 480 564 739 779 548 886 357 563 5 578 63 321 5 29 8 3 4 22 10 11 4 476 073 657 730 290 071 802 839 288 373 120 622 102 869 111 11 323 18 8 889 473 2 735 396 7 455 99 3 518 248 5 322 166 2 878 666 273 332 952 750 217 213 293 8 779 5 060 867 296 524 093 125 642 23 004 34 4 609 2 900 6 513 3 105 7 470 926 3 272 1 847 8 079 928 3 104

18 138 2 481 8 282 261 4 235 1 861 11 428 923 5 371

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 43.

Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Total In central city Total

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area

Inside urbanized area

Rural

Total

Place of 10,000 or more

Place of 2,500 to 9,999

Rural

ALL INCOME LEVELS IN 1989
Families In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is determined Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Persons for whom poverty status is determined Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years 176 138 89 38 144 107 11 7 6 28 138 9 40 141 67 30 117 90 113 23 4 32 28 17 6 20 13 19 4 4 6 97 70 38 24 645 484 76 159 57 112 925 700 350 665 329 946 928 055 661 321 550 531 903 129 642 724 302 207 238 173 261 363 022 625 357 547 154 984 129 889 692 808 238 379 508 399 798 528 941 248 093 115 90 58 25 95 72 6 5 3 17 93 5 25 91 44 20 77 60 76 14 2 19 18 11 4 14 9 13 2 2 4 68 48 24 15 427 323 47 104 37 72 305 626 627 466 931 401 999 682 825 613 692 464 373 207 375 430 467 132 014 073 345 720 888 625 039 079 202 929 867 895 469 963 799 597 510 990 499 978 087 354 688 16 10 8 3 12 8 1 3 10 2 4 9 4 1 7 5 6 1 2 6 4 1 4 2 3 1 1 16 12 5 4 69 52 10 17 5 12 475 429 937 751 397 563 337 691 630 132 996 278 159 223 294 931 305 383 514 952 657 461 031 072 552 155 550 749 953 531 388 628 110 581 805 749 351 070 305 860 339 98 80 49 21 83 63 5 4 3 14 82 3 21 81 40 18 70 54 69 12 1 17 12 7 2 9 6 10 1 1 3 52 36 19 10 358 271 37 86 31 60 830 197 690 715 534 838 662 991 195 481 696 186 214 984 081 499 162 749 500 121 688 259 857 553 487 924 652 180 914 364 081 335 689 016 705 241 148 908 782 494 349 89 72 45 19 75 57 5 4 3 13 75 2 19 73 36 16 63 49 63 11 1 15 12 7 2 9 6 9 1 1 2 49 34 17 9 326 247 34 78 28 54 759 041 212 857 948 959 223 726 059 157 607 938 249 955 181 838 292 331 177 061 519 647 108 147 351 438 336 594 688 305 801 211 721 462 796 870 857 530 771 793 552 1 020 827 573 239 873 588 72 17 41 132 736 76 205 821 394 168 693 472 567 110 37 175 159 139 53 140 82 136 22 39 30 448 353 228 146 3 803 2 701 420 1 091 424 731 8 7 3 1 6 5 051 329 905 619 713 291 367 248 95 192 353 172 760 208 506 493 177 946 756 950 132 437 590 267 83 346 234 450 204 20 250 61 48 30 13 48 35 4 1 2 10 44 4 15 49 23 10 39 30 37 9 1 12 9 6 2 6 3 6 1 1 2 28 21 13 8 217 161 28 55 19 39 620 074 723 199 398 545 929 373 836 708 858 067 530 922 267 294 835 075 224 100 916 643 134 000 318 468 952 055 262 994 223 845 439 782 998 409 299 550 854 894 405 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6 3 3 1 4 3 103 930 154 371 442 308 412 185 392 225 590 597 612 295 911 852 246 534 395 000 147 207 487 020 435 939 574 998 200 436 327 577 764 256 529 209 231 711 961 169 168 42 36 20 8 32 23 3 1 8 29 2 11 35 15 6 27 20 24 7 1 9 5 3 1 3 2 3 1 1 18 13 10 6 147 111 20 36 12 26 496 201 093 440 885 983 520 736 543 117 323 513 702 409 817 866 696 571 900 019 349 747 319 305 202 774 395 394 845 044 503 678 836 273 028 593 066 772 341 535 035

1 6 1 7 3 1 6 4 5 1

1 4 1 4 1 3 2 3 1 1 1 1

2 676 1 615 1 326 763 27 568 20 590 2 958 6 920 2 277 5 066

3 2 1 1 22 16 3 5 2 4

INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL
Families Percent below poverty level In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Unrelated individuals Percent below poverty level Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Mean income deficit (dollars) Persons Percent below poverty level Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years Persons below 125 percent of poverty level Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 10 851 6.1 4 198 8 300 4 440 5 378 1 513 1 703 474 1 445 1 375 5 612 3 485 1 949 5 159 3 880 2 136 1 295 1 922 732 1 957 826 547 1 061 4 461 6 250 5 609 2 878 3 075 646 3 352 447 2 854 759 5 640 19 432 19.9 10 816 4 430 5 496 3 150 56 223 8.7 36 967 7 697 18 697 7 566 12 327 76 927 148 429 5 783 5.0 1 906 4 489 2 354 2 827 720 911 376 775 669 3 114 1 871 929 5 232 1 817 1 023 612 911 302 1 024 349 268 459 4 547 3 590 3 202 1 621 1 734 346 1 922 265 1 568 407 5 670 12 864 18.7 6 707 2 195 3 081 3 279 32 268 7.5 22 072 4 121 9 848 3 961 6 471 42 602 80 545 2 490 15.1 587 2 024 934 1 153 346 426 53 306 289 1 112 1 081 441 5 048 513 272 129 229 108 195 118 149 186 4 040 1 835 1 654 757 867 207 886 127 922 219 5 431 3 783 22.8 2 434 724 1 319 3 222 12 598 18.1 7 861 1 749 4 663 1 585 3 299 16 196 27 061 3 293 3.3 1 319 2 465 1 420 1 674 374 485 323 469 380 2 002 790 488 5 372 1 304 751 483 682 194 829 231 119 273 4 746 1 755 1 548 864 867 139 1 036 138 646 188 5 920 9 081 17.4 4 273 1 471 1 762 3 303 19 670 5.5 14 211 2 372 5 185 2 376 3 172 26 406 53 484 2 999 3.3 1 127 2 289 1 333 1 538 351 465 298 447 332 1 824 755 424 5 283 1 150 671 438 596 171 742 207 110 237 4 596 1 649 1 464 825 827 139 964 114 620 164 5 839 8 375 17.0 3 942 1 268 1 521 3 294 17 987 5.5 13 027 2 058 4 755 2 210 2 887 24 124 48 566 53 5.2 8 53 36 53 – 10 – 8 – 28 30 – 7 309 30 30 13 30 – 12 – 7 – 7 949 23 23 23 23 – 16 – 23 – 6 474 126 28.1 89 31 63 3 105 342 9.0 196 63 135 73 70 486 1 073 241 3.0 184 123 51 83 23 10 25 14 48 150 5 64 6 053 124 50 32 56 23 75 24 2 36 5 364 83 61 16 17 – 56 24 3 24 7 375 580 21.7 242 172 178 3 481 1 341 4.9 988 251 295 93 215 1 796 3 845 5 068 8.2 2 292 3 811 2 086 2 551 793 792 98 670 706 2 498 1 614 1 020 5 075 2 063 1 113 683 1 011 430 933 477 279 602 4 385 2 660 2 407 1 257 1 341 300 1 430 182 1 286 352 5 599 6 568 22.8 4 109 2 235 2 415 2 897 23 955 11.0 14 895 3 576 8 849 3 605 5 856 34 325 67 884 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 702 11.5 172 574 332 273 58 80 22 161 57 332 331 103 5 472 128 63 35 45 9 70 29 27 31 4 393 530 467 270 206 49 259 28 304 72 5 653 1 162 32.5 812 264 528 2 562 3 355 15.1 2 170 621 1 171 521 709 4 694 8 572 3 189 7.5 1 801 2 259 1 216 1 636 510 555 64 292 524 1 512 841 773 4 928 1 569 809 471 758 300 667 378 179 495 4 414 1 381 1 259 662 738 166 734 116 621 237 5 403 4 282 22.9 2 680 1 796 1 626 2 924 15 314 10.4 9 767 2 487 5 392 2 105 3 668 21 978 44 840

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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 44.

Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Total In central city Total

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area

Inside urbanized area

Rural

Total

Place of 10,000 or more

Place of 2,500 to 9,999

Rural

LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Persons 60 to 64 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 65 to 74 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 75 years and over In households In group quarters Nursing homes 29 966 29 748 218 104 50 169 49 389 780 594 30 501 26 944 3 557 3 445 18 699 18 559 140 42 31 131 30 711 420 281 19 079 17 072 2 007 1 911 2 759 2 690 69 25 5 782 5 707 75 48 4 766 4 290 476 430 15 940 15 869 71 17 25 349 25 004 345 233 14 313 12 782 1 531 1 481 14 486 14 444 42 17 23 149 22 804 345 233 12 923 11 604 1 319 1 269 93 93 – – 269 269 – – 151 151 – – 1 361 1 332 29 – 1 931 1 931 – – 1 239 1 027 212 212 11 267 11 189 78 62 19 038 18 678 360 313 11 422 9 872 1 550 1 534 – – – – – – – – – – – – 1 136 1 101 35 25 2 356 2 196 160 151 2 285 1 515 770 766 8 581 8 551 30 24 13 982 13 821 161 123 7 472 6 951 521 509

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 60 to 64 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 65 to 74 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 75 years and over Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher 29 3 7 9 4 5 50 7 11 15 7 7 30 8 7 6 3 3 966 296 022 996 463 189 169 735 820 662 754 198 501 947 322 909 997 326 18 1 4 6 2 3 31 4 7 9 4 5 19 5 4 4 2 2 699 534 231 178 861 895 131 157 168 464 931 411 079 024 417 636 647 355 2 759 421 888 818 231 401 5 782 1 205 1 850 1 597 604 526 4 766 1 473 1 241 1 095 508 449 15 1 3 5 2 3 25 2 5 7 4 4 14 3 3 3 2 1 940 113 343 360 630 494 349 952 318 867 327 885 313 551 176 541 139 906 14 486 965 2 921 5 023 2 449 3 128 23 149 2 541 4 762 7 285 4 085 4 476 12 923 3 203 2 836 3 152 2 013 1 719 93 10 39 25 19 – 269 49 99 79 40 2 151 34 66 43 8 – 1 361 138 383 312 162 366 1 931 362 457 503 202 407 1 239 314 274 346 118 187 11 1 2 3 1 1 19 3 4 6 2 1 11 3 2 2 1 267 762 791 818 602 294 038 578 652 198 823 787 422 923 905 273 350 971 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1 136 137 315 310 210 164 2 356 386 562 791 376 241 2 285 637 622 527 281 218 8 1 2 2 1 13 2 3 4 1 1 7 2 1 1 581 465 208 981 107 820 982 772 503 553 960 194 472 838 858 343 824 609

INCOME AND POVERTY STATUS IN 1989
Married-couple families, householder 60 to 64 years Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 60 to 64 years living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 65 to 74 years Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 65 to 74 years living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 75 years and over Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 75 years and over living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level 11 203 192 291 581 1 569 1 888 2 364 4 318 3.6 4 201 677 625 615 1 061 543 680 21.0 17 205 183 607 1 498 4 136 3 661 3 310 3 810 3.1 11 418 1 487 3 285 2 172 2 561 973 940 18.7 5 968 116 382 843 1 722 959 948 998 4.8 10 878 1 869 4 108 1 850 1 431 675 945 23.8 6 870 76 88 202 745 980 1 449 3 330 2.3 2 760 390 358 384 727 395 506 17.0 10 404 98 246 666 2 134 2 067 2 268 2 925 2.2 7 201 824 1 983 1 258 1 737 694 705 16.6 3 669 65 137 435 1 000 612 655 765 3.1 6 880 993 2 436 1 246 1 027 446 732 20.4 524 15 15 40 51 48 89 266 6.9 781 209 134 58 133 97 150 31.9 1 259 29 86 114 329 209 229 263 6.4 2 123 356 758 325 368 132 184 25.9 693 19 53 117 206 115 103 80 5.3 2 229 393 901 340 302 104 189 24.8 6 346 61 73 162 694 932 1 360 3 064 2.0 1 979 181 224 326 594 298 356 11.1 9 145 69 160 552 1 805 1 858 2 039 2 662 1.7 5 078 468 1 225 933 1 369 562 521 12.8 2 976 46 84 318 794 497 552 685 2.6 4 651 600 1 535 906 725 342 543 18.2 5 736 59 65 144 645 842 1 214 2 767 2.0 1 841 162 188 295 575 289 332 10.9 8 370 61 141 481 1 633 1 705 1 960 2 389 1.7 4 663 388 1 105 865 1 291 551 463 12.0 2 691 46 71 282 713 458 490 631 2.4 4 313 532 1 417 856 672 339 497 17.4 36 – – – 8 9 – 19 – 34 11 12 11 – – – 32.4 68 – – 22 38 – 8 – – 63 14 27 7 8 – 7 33.3 42 – – – 14 25 3 – – 75 25 34 8 – – 8 53.3 574 2 8 18 41 81 146 278 1.7 104 8 24 20 19 9 24 7.7 707 8 19 49 134 153 71 273 1.6 352 66 93 61 70 11 51 19.6 243 – 13 36 67 14 59 54 5.3 263 43 84 42 53 3 38 22.1 4 333 116 203 379 824 908 915 988 5.5 1 441 287 267 231 334 148 174 28.7 6 801 85 361 832 2 002 1 594 1 042 885 4.5 4 217 663 1 302 914 824 279 235 22.3 2 299 51 245 408 722 347 293 233 7.4 3 998 876 1 672 604 404 229 213 29.7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 397 3 4 35 34 65 84 172 1.8 185 55 29 36 33 7 25 40.5 710 – 9 86 232 206 93 84 1.7 670 141 220 135 89 47 38 29.0 290 12 26 39 120 69 2 22 5.9 771 215 305 97 63 23 68 37.6 3 304 100 180 300 719 712 686 607 6.4 1 027 162 203 163 258 111 130 26.1 5 224 75 293 703 1 593 1 215 754 591 4.4 2 854 433 899 652 595 152 123 22.0 1 795 39 211 344 547 244 234 176 8.2 2 634 581 1 132 387 285 140 109 30.2

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 45.

Age, Sex, Ability to Speak English, and Disability by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990
Race

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
All persons White Black

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut

Asian or Pacific Islander

Other race

Hispanic origin (of any race)

White, not of Hispanic origin

AGE AND SEX
All persons Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 29 years 30 to 34 years 35 to 39 years 40 to 44 years 45 to 49 years 50 to 54 years 55 to 59 years 60 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Female Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 29 years 30 to 34 years 35 to 39 years 40 to 44 years 45 to 49 years 50 to 54 years 55 to 59 years 60 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Median age for all persons Male Female 666 28 19 47 43 24 21 53 59 59 52 47 37 30 29 29 50 30 343 14 9 23 20 11 11 26 30 30 26 24 19 15 15 16 27 20 168 985 463 399 090 070 467 195 868 914 359 751 780 587 604 966 169 501 127 213 487 139 906 639 084 874 264 133 807 261 241 919 255 038 664 203 33.0 31.9 34.0 720 327 403 641 611 672 569 765 566 216 022 787 570 209 265 777 561 606 535 22 14 35 31 18 16 41 47 48 42 38 31 25 25 26 44 27 274 10 7 17 15 8 8 20 23 23 21 19 15 13 12 13 24 17 334 067 649 449 556 221 644 563 105 086 015 760 174 321 236 225 144 119 879 678 043 345 297 863 692 987 545 833 240 481 586 199 848 992 268 982 34.2 33.2 35.3 618 282 896 569 288 529 229 549 650 081 949 112 5 4 10 10 4 4 9 10 9 8 7 5 4 3 3 5 3 58 3 2 5 4 2 2 5 5 5 4 3 3 2 2 1 3 2 125 940 075 398 003 999 160 830 732 835 739 542 491 468 743 390 615 165 998 072 018 070 855 364 068 091 712 312 790 969 065 332 051 890 249 090 28.1 26.7 29.3 2 199 50 44 117 88 73 90 115 154 304 163 170 172 165 110 103 174 107 1 065 30 24 52 53 36 78 47 67 143 47 95 105 74 48 46 66 54 37.0 37.7 35.3 2 105 132 31 101 – – 39 12 27 – – – 2 039 – – – – – 8 770 385 372 596 567 368 311 723 861 1 018 810 858 592 487 379 179 186 78 4 647 178 230 283 326 159 123 371 473 523 444 519 337 227 256 80 68 50 31.0 30.2 31.7 8 013 5 970 775 4 969 157 69 2 352 193 2 035 79 45 447 7 903 1 190 204 955 13 18 7 740 543 323 839 876 409 262 964 1 016 671 632 421 351 146 136 69 50 32 3 538 255 172 389 375 217 123 378 467 322 286 197 148 87 52 30 13 27 23.4 23.5 23.3 6 5 1 4 874 809 643 090 48 28 2 746 643 2 056 19 28 15 151 993 503 1 499 1 443 864 548 1 736 1 692 1 415 1 267 915 786 403 362 285 268 172 7 169 445 250 686 609 475 312 782 788 632 588 412 424 236 157 108 122 143 25.0 24.8 25.2 13 9 2 6 655 587 354 913 189 131 4 238 935 3 150 58 95 529 21 14 34 31 17 16 40 46 47 41 38 30 25 25 26 43 26 271 10 6 17 15 8 8 20 23 23 20 19 15 13 12 13 24 17 024 653 475 815 079 857 415 979 529 487 484 363 812 099 024 015 940 998 789 493 961 036 107 651 550 689 294 604 977 289 353 072 743 918 167 885 34.3 33.3 35.4 896 115 312 220 147 436 973 321 728 042 882

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Persons 5 years and over Speak a language other than English 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Do not speak English " very well" 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over 617 42 7 28 3 2 14 2 9 1 1 2 597 6 1 3 498 26 3 16 3 2 8 1 4 1 102 4 1 2 110 134 058 912 118 46 1 203 368 798 37 – 492 23 3 14 3 2 6 1 3 1

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN HOUSEHOLD
Linguistically isolated households Persons 5 years and over in households In linguistically isolated households 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over 1 705 483 602 3 256 547 1 609 528 572 176 97 427 317 99 198 20 – 459 6 599 1 446 415 1 015 – 16 729 13 019 2 136 575 1 487 16 58 1 488 478 102 2 675 427 1 206 512 530

DISABILITY STATUS OF CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
Males 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Females 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Males 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Females 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Males 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Females 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation 206 8 3 1 6 16 8 6 189 169 222 9 4 1 7 16 6 8 205 153 22 2 1 1 27 3 2 2 9 2 1 1 17 5 5 2 197 731 698 098 861 275 186 998 922 427 471 823 853 304 326 911 570 168 560 939 253 631 721 793 256 447 400 112 534 234 723 274 485 883 220 971 169 475 6 106 2 698 861 4 692 12 540 6 681 4 981 156 935 141 335 178 480 6 740 3 586 993 4 856 12 289 4 928 5 652 166 191 123 933 19 711 2 093 1 449 1 415 23 902 2 702 1 923 1 539 8 427 1 916 1 440 1 082 15 448 4 959 4 390 2 482 30 555 2 323 876 197 1 929 3 277 1 302 1 781 27 278 23 242 37 579 2 779 1 140 279 2 242 4 192 1 513 2 275 33 387 25 934 2 279 463 237 336 3 207 716 452 554 1 021 298 263 172 1 906 879 790 469 786 42 20 3 35 148 60 75 638 554 761 46 39 12 17 103 32 71 658 521 108 24 2 24 66 13 13 8 53 20 20 20 54 12 12 – 2 966 70 32 9 62 82 43 33 2 884 2 293 3 433 126 31 13 114 91 17 61 3 342 2 161 118 32 25 7 68 16 12 11 28 – – – 50 18 13 13 2 415 190 72 28 143 228 100 128 2 187 2 003 2 218 132 57 7 97 236 80 109 1 982 1 390 37 19 8 11 13 – – – 5 – – – 27 15 15 7 4 749 313 130 55 234 351 169 182 4 398 3 986 4 641 256 117 16 190 366 126 193 4 275 3 006 146 46 29 38 122 4 4 4 29 14 14 8 143 62 62 30 167 513 6 025 2 655 841 4 643 12 464 6 638 4 948 155 049 139 623 176 504 6 641 3 532 984 4 782 12 171 4 880 5 582 164 333 122 676 19 608 2 066 1 428 1 388 23 801 2 698 1 919 1 535 8 403 1 902 1 426 1 074 15 351 4 912 4 343 2 459

44

DELAWARE

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 46.

Fertility and Household and Family Composition by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990
Race

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Other race Hispanic origin (of any race) White, not of Hispanic origin

FERTILITY
Women 15 to 24 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 25 to 34 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 35 to 44 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women No children 1 child 2 children 3 children 4 children 5 or more children Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women 49 597 14 268 288 9 030 8 199 908 60 397 76 692 1 270 44 650 66 924 1 499 51 068 95 404 1 868 9 008 9 581 18 528 9 506 2 941 1 504 45 734 90 940 1 988 38 542 8 400 218 7 585 6 333 835 47 378 54 925 1 159 37 264 53 084 1 425 40 721 73 426 1 803 7 555 7 466 15 458 7 329 2 047 866 37 651 72 784 1 933 9 523 5 301 557 1 139 1 603 1 407 11 024 18 651 1 692 5 728 11 134 1 944 8 759 18 671 2 132 1 239 1 790 2 596 1 765 814 555 6 565 14 927 2 274 161 110 683 31 31 000 210 391 862 177 342 932 142 168 183 44 47 39 7 3 2 138 159 152 653 54 83 59 38 644 996 129 134 873 124 288 963 779 847 150 225 326 198 22 42 927 774 914 718 403 561 216 194 898 789 596 023 608 240 039 483 360 816 20 53 109 207 55 39 453 296 861 1 569 645 411 366 378 1 033 1 420 2 386 1 680 1 077 1 936 1 798 1 000 2 546 2 546 87 129 281 330 108 65 926 2 439 2 634 37 890 8 236 217 7 457 6 199 831 46 898 54 359 1 159 36 884 52 544 1 425 40 266 72 373 1 797 7 515 7 390 15 292 7 210 2 010 849 37 231 71 774 1 928

1

1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1

1 2 1 2 1 2

1

1

1 1

1 2

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
All persons In households Family householder Male Female Nonfamily householder Male Female Spouse Child Other relatives Nonrelatives In group quarters Persons per household Persons per family 666 645 176 137 39 70 30 40 141 199 29 28 20 168 981 925 483 442 238 149 089 247 735 684 152 187 2.61 3.10 535 520 145 120 25 59 25 34 123 153 17 20 15 334 318 682 138 544 195 024 171 760 669 420 592 016 2.54 3.03 112 107 26 14 12 9 4 5 13 39 11 6 4 125 405 878 032 846 922 381 541 634 602 173 196 720 2.93 3.41 2 199 2 133 695 477 218 233 165 68 451 465 107 182 66 2.44 2.76 8 8 1 1 770 660 965 675 290 559 340 219 2 297 2 803 420 616 110 2.99 3.33 740 465 705 161 544 329 239 90 1 105 3 196 564 566 275 3.62 3.80 7 7 1 1 15 14 3 2 151 515 433 473 960 773 452 321 2 430 5 620 1 089 1 170 636 3.30 3.54 529 514 144 118 25 58 24 33 122 151 16 20 14 024 230 200 986 214 856 876 980 578 504 996 096 794 2.54 3.03

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN
Families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Married-couple families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Female householder, no husband present With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Subfamilies With own children under 18 years Married-couple subfamilies With own children under 18 years Mother-child subfamilies Persons under 18 years Percent living with two parents 176 82 38 141 64 31 28 14 5 7 6 1 925 577 829 129 482 987 022 692 360 075 424 129 478 4 823 163 007 71.6 145 64 31 124 55 27 16 7 2 3 3 682 921 006 079 245 860 161 408 234 960 512 822 374 2 467 121 942 81.3 26 14 6 13 7 3 11 6 2 2 2 878 805 485 744 062 064 093 731 898 846 733 192 79 2 218 35 415 38.4 695 289 116 496 174 70 160 108 46 53 41 12 – 41 372 58.6 1 965 1 265 614 1 717 1 149 590 175 100 18 119 44 89 14 22 2 288 88.6 1 705 1 297 608 1 093 852 403 433 345 164 97 94 14 11 75 2 990 61.3 433 306 108 417 616 829 717 522 213 177 167 21 11 134 5 302 61.5 3 2 1 2 1 200 099 614 926 619 521 941 264 206 907 466 815 374 2 435 119 879 81.5 144 64 30 122 54 27 15 7 2 3 3

UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLDS
Total Male and female Both male Both female 10 130 9 918 136 76 7 118 6 934 126 58 2 654 2 626 10 18 52 52 – – 60 60 – – 246 246 – – 356 356 – – 7 035 6 851 126 58

SELECTED LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Households With one or more subfamilies With related members 15 years and over other than spouse, children, parents, or parents-in-law of householder With roomer, boarder, or foster child 15 years and over 247 163 6 701 10 885 2 949 204 877 3 805 6 999 2 071 36 800 2 683 3 452 801 928 27 44 6 2 524 92 158 37 2 034 94 232 34 4 206 150 398 95 203 056 3 762 6 853 2 021

LABOR FORCE STATUS OF FAMILY MEMBERS
Married-couple families Husband employed or in Armed Forces Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Wife not in labor force Husband unemployed Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Wife not in labor force Husband not in labor force Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Wife not in labor force Female householder, no husband present Employed or in Armed Forces Unemployed Not in labor force 141 111 78 1 30 1 1 28 6 21 28 18 1 8 129 071 230 941 900 939 380 125 434 119 407 227 485 022 319 106 597 124 97 67 1 27 1 1 25 5 19 16 10 4 079 499 938 569 992 523 085 74 364 057 248 151 658 161 973 338 850 13 744 10 697 8 348 294 2 055 333 240 40 53 2 714 1 031 65 1 618 11 093 6 878 707 3 508 496 336 250 12 74 20 17 3 – 140 56 11 73 160 90 16 54 1 717 1 546 991 26 529 36 29 – 7 135 43 – 92 175 136 – 39 1 093 993 703 40 250 27 9 8 10 73 29 – 44 433 242 45 146 2 417 2 140 1 488 89 563 52 20 8 24 225 56 – 169 717 405 51 261 122 96 67 1 27 1 1 24 5 19 15 10 4 926 502 264 544 694 498 074 74 350 926 224 151 551 941 851 332 758

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 47.

School Enrollment and Educational Attainment by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990
Race

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Other race Hispanic origin (of any race) White, not of Hispanic origin

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL
Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school Preprimary school Public school Elementary or high school Public school College Public college Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Percent enrolled in school: 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Persons 18 to 24 years Percent enrolled in college Male Female 171 12 5 108 90 51 39 171 6 84 22 14 18 12 11 219 068 940 041 216 110 206 219 479 640 200 988 888 857 167 130 9 4 79 63 41 31 130 5 62 16 11 15 9 8 770 943 437 552 506 275 282 770 175 965 858 877 607 705 583 34 1 1 24 23 7 6 34 1 18 4 2 2 2 2 232 754 370 652 370 826 513 232 081 847 560 644 526 398 176 402 10 10 281 258 111 76 402 – 194 67 63 22 21 35 – 94.6 91.8 70.0 19.1 4.6 3.0 205 25.4 30.0 22.4 3 179 194 44 1 534 1 182 1 451 984 3 179 135 1 076 357 275 541 556 239 36.3 92.5 97.0 88.4 74.8 29.6 6.7 1 034 64.8 69.1 60.1 2 636 167 79 2 022 1 900 447 351 2 636 88 1 558 358 129 192 177 134 27.2 90.8 87.5 49.2 19.9 10.5 7.3 1 226 16.1 13.0 20.6 5 228 234 144 3 780 3 439 1 214 957 5 228 126 2 704 772 299 457 412 458 25.0 91.9 89.4 54.6 26.3 13.3 10.3 2 284 25.0 18.9 31.5 128 9 4 78 62 40 30 128 5 61 16 11 15 9 8 623 864 384 061 217 698 843 623 133 945 521 718 432 522 352

33.3 93.5 92.2 69.8 35.5 10.7 3.6 74 662 38.3 35.4 41.1

35.3 94.0 92.5 71.4 37.6 10.2 3.3 58 207 40.9 37.7 44.0

26.5 92.4 91.2 63.6 25.7 11.7 5.2 13 990 27.8 25.8 29.7

35.5 94.0 92.5 71.4 37.7 10.1 3.2 57 394 41.0 37.8 44.1

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 to 19 years Enrolled in school Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Not enrolled in school High school graduate Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Not high school graduate Employed Unemployed Not in labor force 37 29 12 1 14 8 4 3 252 238 536 695 965 014 138 100 354 472 3 876 1 956 487 1 433 28 22 10 1 11 5 3 2 622 735 433 121 139 887 186 467 224 310 2 701 1 583 307 811 7 461 5 582 1 807 517 3 258 1 879 862 567 121 152 1 017 292 161 564 135 102 44 – 58 33 11 11 – – 22 4 9 9 543 503 161 9 333 40 24 9 – 10 16 – – 16 491 316 91 48 177 175 55 46 9 – 120 77 10 33 1 044 738 273 66 399 306 98 79 9 5 208 120 31 57 28 22 10 1 10 5 3 2 189 382 273 109 958 807 155 441 224 305 2 652 1 555 299 798

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 18 to 24 years High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Master’s degree Professional school degree Doctorate degree Females 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Master’s degree Professional school degree Doctorate degree Persons 25 years and over Percent: Less than 5th grade High school graduate or higher Male Female Some college or higher Bachelor’s degree or higher Male Female Males 25 to 34 years Percent: High school graduate or higher Bachelor’s degree or higher Females 25 to 34 years Percent: High school graduate or higher Bachelor’s degree or higher 74 26 27 6 428 5 25 65 140 72 14 13 58 20 6 6 225 2 13 35 78 38 8 7 29 9 2 1 428 662 757 750 161 499 238 771 463 030 620 163 492 615 461 403 243 785 419 098 425 733 235 696 718 014 017 261 169 499 207 527 812 352 185 946 427 769 651 330 543 901 744 703 784 387 974 444 884 682 345 745 633 829 742 713 990 967 355 185 .8 80.3 80.4 80.1 47.1 23.0 26.7 19.6 47 813 87.5 25.7 47 378 91.2 26.8 58 20 22 5 355 2 19 47 117 61 12 11 52 17 5 5 185 1 9 25 66 31 7 6 25 7 1 13 990 5 558 4 142 594 62 720 1 693 5 259 16 124 20 221 10 096 1 285 1 412 4 264 1 736 309 321 34 460 668 2 773 8 904 11 026 5 876 852 782 2 413 880 137 149 62 720 2.7 63.2 62.0 64.2 31.0 10.6 10.8 10.4 9 543 74.9 9.6 11 024 79.3 11.3 205 57 77 9 1 622 18 296 302 513 269 58 1 76 57 25 7 745 17 92 154 268 109 39 1 45 7 13 – 1 622 1.1 62.0 59.7 64.7 30.4 10.2 11.4 8.7 248 85.5 6.0 210 85.7 7.1 1 034 279 398 187 5 448 160 206 390 895 493 155 103 1 372 920 253 501 2 977 87 150 306 650 309 118 72 749 386 111 39 5 448 2.9 86.1 91.4 81.8 69.7 55.9 71.3 43.2 883 93.9 69.5 996 86.0 46.4 1 226 336 321 19 3 524 421 583 878 750 432 122 75 159 45 32 27 1 629 203 199 379 444 196 54 34 65 31 10 14 3 524 11.9 46.6 41.9 52.1 25.3 7.5 7.5 7.4 898 45.4 7.8 789 69.3 9.3 2 284 696 655 62 7 565 585 955 1 477 1 595 1 155 291 259 754 230 129 135 3 610 269 413 607 878 585 153 153 392 85 36 39 7 565 7.7 60.1 56.3 64.3 39.0 16.5 17.6 15.3 1 687 56.2 14.0 1 420 78.2 15.6 394 272 561 305 751 823 094 298 921 780 395 741 190 541 698 270 302 386 704 500 959 453 550 728 443 671 975 933 351 751 .8 80.3 80.5 80.1 47.1 22.9 26.7 19.5 47 118 87.8 25.7 46 898 91.2 26.8 57 20 22 5 351 2 19 47 116 60 12 11 52 17 5 5 184 1 9 25 65 31 7 6 25 7 1

1.2 77.5 77.5 77.4 44.8 21.4 24.8 18.4 59 385 84.9 23.4 60 397 88.7 24.0

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Table 48.

Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Veteran Status by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990
Race

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Other race Hispanic origin (of any race) White, not of Hispanic origin

PLACE OF BIRTH AND NATIVITY
All persons Native Born in State of residence Born in a different State Northeast Midwest South West Born abroad Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area U.S. Virgin Islands American Samoa Guam Northern Marianas Born abroad of American parents Foreign born 666 643 334 300 156 29 105 10 8 4 168 893 209 981 089 026 530 336 703 015 280 108 – 14 5 4 408 22 275 720 154 045 892 153 024 129 381 038 603 107 902 202 6 417 535 522 262 255 141 27 77 8 4 334 731 738 428 771 117 757 783 565 964 78 12 – 7 – 3 523 12 603 618 434 397 653 744 641 103 126 083 026 868 289 118 3 380 112 109 66 42 12 1 26 1 125 865 954 025 712 562 711 040 886 300 91 91 – – – 495 2 260 110 374 733 871 862 062 800 632 562 4 829 777 104 31 868 2 199 2 155 1 275 855 270 78 463 44 25 – 4 – – 4 – 21 44 2 105 1 121 975 636 339 71 268 108 6 129 25 – – 9 1 131 1 008 123 1 131 1 035 840 195 144 35 9 7 – 1.12 16 16 – – – – – – – 43 8 29 1 102 251 228 164 171 185 103 20.1 64.3 261 256 248 337 368 37.9 6 .7 374 47 15 15 135 2 34 42 7 100 – 7 8 770 2 630 976 1 312 549 190 256 317 342 30 8 – – 3 5 304 6 140 8 2 3 1 1 013 664 702 747 955 179 1 776 810 347 349 270 – 20 1 627 7 6 2 1 740 512 266 361 787 79 343 152 2 885 2 721 99 5 – – – 65 1 228 874 561 238 985 253 71 1 182 705 40 270 167 509 33 533 15 12 4 3 2 1 4 3 151 303 212 810 031 237 023 519 281 852 143 10 – – – 286 848 529 517 261 253 140 26 77 8 3 024 852 155 261 665 967 160 469 436 80 34 7 – 7 – 3 322 11 172 896 313 510 198 312 578 734 533 030 485 686 7 81 2 985

2 13 5 6 3 3

RESIDENCE IN 1985
Persons 5 years and over Same house Different house in the United States Same county Different county Same State Different State Northeast Midwest South West Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Elsewhere 617 332 278 170 107 13 94 45 8 34 6 498 272 222 132 89 10 79 38 7 29 4 102 53 47 33 13 2 11 5 6 2 3 1 1 655 092 690 685 005 162 2 843 1 479 93 888 383 895 70 908 492 270 219 131 88 10 77 37 7 28 4

PLACE OF WORK
Workers 16 years and over Worked in area of residence Worked outside area of residence 334 126 301 759 32 367 334 301 258 42 34 5 1 126 055 087 968 116 445 964 671 772 1.08 8 069 6 987 51 102 782 12 135 457 1 131 12 862 2 572 7 980 276 568 249 265 27 303 276 252 220 32 25 4 1 568 609 555 054 611 150 406 426 461 1.07 4 301 3 544 24 77 571 12 73 426 965 9 250 1 657 7 360 48 681 44 617 4 064 48 40 31 9 7 681 589 506 083 120 991 481 185 306 1.14 3 497 3 221 27 6 183 – 60 31 115 3 150 802 497 4 361 3 824 537 4 361 3 934 3 144 790 632 117 25 16 – 1.12 147 103 – 19 23 – 2 – 34 167 23 56 4 305 751 842 728 993 711 280 19.4 57.8 505 1 629 722 1 449 169 5.4 8 .2 177 92 82 82 47 15 – 6 – 17 – – 3 385 3 045 340 3 385 2 888 2 042 846 609 152 43 37 5 1.20 108 103 – – 5 – – – 17 252 82 38 3 347 467 622 702 787 570 199 19.2 54.8 846 1 070 409 1 022 223 8.7 20 .9 243 115 76 76 66 18 12 13 6 13 – – 6 905 6 099 806 6 5 4 1 1 905 988 556 432 007 243 126 51 5 1.16 175 157 – – 16 – 2 27 27 481 127 80 273 602 246 717 26 885 273 249 218 31 25 4 1 602 974 444 530 289 045 323 412 461 1.07 4 243 3 497 24 77 560 12 73 407 955 9 087 1 612 7 324

MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION AND CARPOOLING
Workers 16 years and over Car, truck, or van Drove alone Carpooled 2-person carpool 3-person carpool 4-person carpool 5- or 6-person carpool 7-or-more-person carpool Persons per car, truck, or van Public transportation Bus or trolley bus Streetcar or trolley car Subway or elevated Railroad Ferryboat Taxicab Motorcycle Bicycle Walked Other means Worked at home

TRAVEL TIME TO WORK AND DEPARTURE TIME
Workers who did not work at home Minutes to work: Less than 10 minutes 10 to 14 minutes 15 to 19 minutes 20 to 29 minutes 30 to 44 minutes 45 or more minutes Mean travel time to work (minutes) Workers traveling 45 or more minutes Departure time: 6:00 to 6:59 a.m. 7:00 to 7:59 a.m. 8:00 to 8:59 a.m. All other times 326 146 49 58 65 76 50 25 105 000 976 866 974 225 20.0 56.1 132 377 128 509 269 208 41 47 53 63 41 20 771 807 452 552 862 764 19.9 56.1 332 429 852 595 48 184 5 8 10 11 7 3 865 501 930 363 646 879 20.3 56.0 188 993 897 106 6 825 1 1 1 1 1 016 204 571 417 205 412 19.5 55.7 266 278 41 47 52 63 41 20 314 318 690 093 326 537 19.9 56.1 772 476 361 669

61 119 55 90

50 100 46 71

9 15 6 16

1 517 2 187 944 2 177 756 14.7 40 .8 796 314 179 176 228 34 36 81 6 84 – 13

49 99 46 70

VETERAN STATUS
Male civilian veterans Percent of civilian males 16 years and over Female civilian veterans Percent of civilian females 16 years and over 77 177 31.8 3 732 1.4 80 11 7 6 22 1 8 10 1 23 909 812 035 155 116 872 241 524 656 983 93 612 66 179 33.1 3 016 1.4 69 8 4 4 18 1 7 9 1 21 195 421 972 320 415 706 229 261 560 941 93 569 10 238 28.4 682 1.6 10 3 1 1 3 920 137 890 662 453 131 966 1 202 83 1 912 – 36 65 714 33.2 2 996 1.4 68 8 4 4 18 1 7 9 1 21 710 282 887 238 263 690 205 193 560 868 93 556

PERIOD OF SERVICE
Civilian veterans 16 years and over May 1975 or later service only September 1980 or later service only Served 2 or more years Vietnam era, no Korean conflict Vietnam era and Korean conflict February 1955 to July 1964 only Korean conflict, no World War II Korean conflict and World War II World War II, no Korean conflict World War I Other service

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 49.

Labor Force Characteristics by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990
Race

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Other race Hispanic origin (of any race) White, not of Hispanic origin

LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 years and over In labor force Percent of persons 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Females 16 years and over In labor force Percent of females 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Males 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Males 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 518 946 354 474 68.3 5 382 349 092 335 147 261 566 13 945 4.0 164 472 8 368 271 380 165 843 61.1 569 165 274 158 860 110 580 6 414 3.9 105 537 3 599 18 531 8 531 1 537 8 243 26 321 18 674 1 291 4 955 141 634 124 399 3 953 10 097 28 277 18 696 532 9 042 13 269 3 771 9 498 7 767 19 534 2 434 17 100 15 281 18 721 9 061 999 8 627 26 874 18 892 1 222 6 597 146 625 111 739 3 788 30 726 31 293 14 540 268 16 485 15 742 3 007 12 735 11 538 32 125 1 758 30 367 29 013 425 370 290 531 68.3 4 219 286 312 277 251 216 242 9 061 3.2 134 839 5 708 221 469 133 287 60.2 409 132 878 128 876 88 227 4 002 3.0 88 182 3 230 14 114 6 992 998 5 931 20 576 15 203 824 3 424 115 577 104 402 2 622 6 068 24 621 16 558 417 7 639 11 691 3 312 8 379 6 826 17 322 2 106 15 216 13 593 14 508 7 491 654 6 329 20 987 15 403 702 4 743 116 884 89 745 2 346 24 557 26 840 12 317 203 14 320 13 782 2 550 11 232 10 199 28 468 1 467 27 001 25 802 80 011 54 351 67.9 951 53 400 49 023 38 348 4 377 8.2 25 660 2 513 43 211 28 315 65.5 155 28 160 26 015 19 501 2 145 7.6 14 896 364 3 801 1 306 510 1 963 4 739 2 824 416 1 291 21 627 16 354 1 206 3 501 3 192 1 844 84 1 264 1 394 398 996 861 2 047 298 1 749 1 587 3 660 1 360 289 2 011 5 091 3 104 491 1 472 25 180 18 914 1 274 4 861 3 941 1 964 51 1 926 1 867 435 1 432 1 268 3 472 278 3 194 3 039 1 872 1 220 65.2 15 1 205 1 134 909 71 5.9 652 29 891 567 63.6 5 562 534 388 28 5.0 324 5 36 10 – 26 68 45 – 18 597 452 43 97 119 64 – 55 68 24 44 35 93 5 88 68 99 49 9 41 47 21 7 19 531 422 12 92 94 33 – 61 40 9 31 31 80 – 80 80 6 714 4 633 69.0 45 4 588 4 437 3 364 151 3.3 2 081 6 3 551 2 200 62.0 – 2 200 2 135 1 472 65 3.0 1 351 – 340 104 2 229 352 182 27 143 2 103 1 816 33 214 222 152 20 50 95 35 60 34 51 17 34 20 203 66 7 130 371 165 18 188 2 523 1 701 35 787 336 181 5 150 45 9 36 36 73 13 60 60 4 979 3 739 75.1 152 3 587 3 302 2 703 285 7.9 1 240 112 2 258 1 474 65.3 – 1 474 1 300 992 174 11.8 784 – 240 119 27 94 586 420 24 79 1 730 1 375 49 217 123 78 11 34 21 2 19 11 21 8 13 13 251 95 40 116 378 199 4 175 1 507 957 121 429 82 45 9 28 8 4 4 4 32 – 32 32 10 345 7 611 73.6 261 7 350 6 769 5 345 581 7.9 2 734 254 4 943 3 165 64.0 18 3 147 2 811 1 998 336 10.7 1 778 19 493 246 32 210 954 694 31 155 3 398 2 731 165 338 382 245 11 126 85 34 51 43 90 14 76 62 551 226 74 251 782 452 30 300 3 080 1 986 202 874 265 132 30 103 100 15 85 67 165 – 165 161 420 919 287 323 68.3 4 122 283 201 274 351 213 941 8 850 3.1 133 596 5 617 219 264 131 953 60.2 391 131 562 127 674 87 377 3 888 3.0 87 311 3 217 13 916 6 889 993 5 841 20 290 14 960 818 3 398 114 185 103 239 2 542 5 987 24 378 16 403 417 7 551 11 625 3 278 8 347 6 794 17 261 2 100 15 161 13 552 14 273 7 380 639 6 220 20 689 15 236 685 4 629 115 589 88 919 2 281 24 171 26 661 12 230 186 14 245 13 698 2 539 11 159 10 136 28 354 1 467 26 887 25 692

PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES
Females 16 years and over own children under 6 years labor force own children 6 to 17 years only labor force Own children under 6 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children under 6 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours With In With In 271 41 26 43 35 living with two 42 428 25 956 14 051 living with one 13 886 9 371 6 365 living with two 74 326 53 883 31 886 living with one 25 360 20 289 15 693 12 779 11 006 9 030 11 652 8 657 6 183 88 54 47 165 146 143 676 426 290 1 098 684 474 12 447 10 822 8 900 62 334 44 720 25 509 9 412 7 344 5 171 151 126 92 1 209 840 556 1 220 853 558 2 202 1 680 1 032 61 421 43 969 25 100 6 334 4 742 3 463 7 090 4 362 2 746 46 12 – 41 39 32 375 216 124 658 406 249 6 127 4 604 3 355 36 756 22 108 11 672 4 174 2 911 1 811 67 36 19 818 456 244 613 445 305 1 057 703 424 36 270 21 847 11 534 380 065 979 663 412 221 32 21 33 27 469 141 123 550 026 43 7 4 8 7 211 381 950 449 087 891 156 85 175 139 3 551 743 389 865 690 2 258 644 432 624 470 4 943 1 099 673 1 181 888 219 31 20 33 26 264 781 957 055 658

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DELAWARE

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 50.

Occupation of Employed Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990
Race

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
All persons Employed persons 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers Employed females 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers 335 89 41 1 13 47 11 5 2 7 15 10 113 3 11 37 9 9 18 6 61 2 16 6 3 42 1 5 1 35 14 9 6 2 3 39 12 17 9 44 10 7 10 9 2 12 2 3 158 43 17 6 25 2 7 11 8 75 3 3 19 3 3 12 5 49 1 15 5 1 26 1 1 23 9 3 1 147 148 833 412 233 315 283 487 093 776 963 492 886 572 157 382 318 758 306 976 775 465 096 393 102 146 206 635 734 305 073 140 091 167 645 736 440 784 485 140 585 647 394 925 977 537 878 755 860 010 225 588 756 785 475 615 474 037 160 039 557 065 336 904 718 835 351 704 252 364 864 580 397 028 126 049 112 853 085 994 298 589 695 129 389 488 252 838 672 128 440 434 180 418 155 826 White 277 79 37 1 11 41 9 4 1 6 13 9 97 2 9 33 8 9 16 5 50 2 14 5 2 28 4 1 23 10 4 5 2 2 34 11 16 7 31 7 5 8 7 2 8 2 2 128 37 15 6 22 2 6 9 6 63 2 2 17 3 3 10 4 40 1 14 5 17 251 189 815 272 851 374 818 910 770 886 772 063 250 995 704 607 273 102 232 763 944 036 256 729 215 985 614 415 443 956 554 903 028 024 735 900 145 014 714 899 173 489 369 920 182 686 179 787 876 532 282 502 041 250 022 528 369 265 541 837 739 584 790 586 227 542 817 729 779 130 048 017 962 868 568 757 68 543 159 870 159 562 583 291 343 403 545 287 984 274 220 214 115 694 128 640 Black 49 023 7 626 3 310 116 1 187 4 316 727 269 111 707 1 824 1 296 14 270 487 1 060 2 970 787 532 1 651 988 9 753 374 1 627 607 801 11 619 569 1 092 267 9 958 2 864 3 809 739 100 629 4 054 1 112 1 457 1 485 10 715 2 828 1 934 1 868 1 848 703 3 382 631 882 26 015 4 540 1 625 71 581 2 915 304 68 34 625 1 424 1 084 10 374 424 444 1 854 418 216 1 220 807 7 652 210 1 603 506 383 7 316 535 271 39 6 510 1 579 1 953 102 5 97 707 46 56 605 2 976 1 405 750 203 203 33 585 24 146 American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 1 134 167 71 8 26 96 48 3 – 6 30 30 284 16 23 119 27 51 41 10 126 – 48 9 10 258 12 31 5 215 52 123 19 7 12 119 47 55 17 287 75 20 57 57 57 78 16 23 534 62 38 8 15 24 – – – 6 18 18 200 10 14 75 6 37 32 10 101 – 48 9 – 139 12 17 5 110 37 33 – – – 11 – 6 5 122 42 7 11 11 32 30 – 21 Asian or Pacific Islander 4 437 1 820 525 13 149 1 295 627 271 188 172 258 62 1 362 45 346 544 171 73 300 161 427 42 19 28 61 666 7 24 – 635 455 78 7 4 3 190 67 39 84 392 206 94 7 7 – 85 – 19 2 135 700 235 7 110 465 127 19 66 136 113 59 759 31 82 311 62 40 209 110 335 19 19 28 52 399 7 – – 392 266 36 4 4 – 53 – 8 45 220 117 55 – – – 48 – 8 Other race 3 302 346 112 3 20 234 63 34 24 5 79 41 720 29 24 142 60 – 82 54 525 13 146 20 15 618 4 73 19 541 148 227 298 32 266 473 69 219 185 847 303 110 93 93 35 306 52 44 1 300 176 45 – 9 131 22 – 5 5 64 41 485 16 6 78 5 – 73 48 385 5 146 20 – 306 4 4 – 298 44 102 33 18 15 67 – 15 52 233 124 42 6 6 – 61 3 11 Hispanic origin (of any race) 6 769 1 288 490 27 112 798 219 126 84 51 259 125 1 720 64 129 476 84 86 306 165 1 051 19 297 63 84 1 203 14 126 34 1 063 331 377 363 37 326 835 161 391 283 1 360 501 188 192 174 59 420 62 86 2 811 574 177 16 30 397 69 8 15 46 175 119 1 090 34 12 262 18 29 215 141 782 9 297 56 14 667 14 19 – 634 137 163 33 18 15 94 – 15 79 353 188 48 23 23 – 94 – 19 White, not of Hispanic origin 274 78 37 1 11 40 9 4 1 6 13 9 96 2 9 33 8 9 16 5 50 2 14 5 2 28 4 1 23 10 4 4 2 2 34 11 15 7 31 6 5 8 7 2 8 2 2 127 37 15 6 22 1 6 9 6 63 2 2 17 3 3 10 4 40 1 13 4 17 351 319 455 248 764 864 662 818 720 853 623 001 411 978 616 306 238 027 041 656 511 030 113 698 165 608 614 390 441 604 424 800 957 019 669 587 063 856 641 469 995 429 288 857 173 584 166 748 674 183 156 486 020 027 975 520 369 232 455 775 249 584 784 417 218 513 686 640 464 126 905 993 958 630 568 742 68 320 094 824 159 562 583 267 343 403 521 186 936 274 203 197 115 658 128 632

16 7 1 1

16 7 1 1

3 2 9 3 2 1 1 2

2 1 6 1 1 1 1 1

2 1 6 1 1 1 1 1

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 51.

Industry of Employed Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990
Race

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
All persons Employed persons 16 years and over Agriculture Forestry and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Chemicals and allied products Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Primary metal industries Fabricated metal industries, including ordnance Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation, communications, and other public utilities Air transportation Trucking service and warehousing Other transportation Communications Utilities and sanitary services Wholesale trade Retail trade General merchandise stores Food, bakery, and dairy stores Automotive dealers and gasoline stations Eating and drinking places Finance, insurance, and real estate Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Services Business services Repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Elementary and secondary schools and colleges Other educational services Social services, religious and membership organizations Legal, engineering, and other professional services Public administration Employed females 16 years and over Agriculture Forestry and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Chemicals and allied products Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Primary metal industries Fabricated metal industries, including ordnance Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation, communications, and other public utilities Air transportation Trucking service and warehousing Other transportation Communications Utilities and sanitary services Wholesale trade Retail trade General merchandise stores Food, bakery, and dairy stores Automotive dealers and gasoline stations Eating and drinking places Finance, insurance, and real estate Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Services Business services Repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Elementary and secondary schools and colleges Other educational services Social services, religious and membership organizations Legal, engineering, and other professional services Public administration 335 147 6 897 251 427 26 720 62 903 42 683 6 728 3 515 3 499 22 488 20 220 1 908 1 056 1 558 2 488 1 7 19 1 4 6 3 4 11 54 6 9 6 13 32 16 15 104 10 4 1 7 3 76 15 11 25 1 10 13 15 158 2 3 20 15 2 1 1 7 4 460 005 784 039 832 860 053 000 660 407 013 092 310 951 416 480 936 444 418 653 409 044 943 977 157 362 929 015 360 154 238 860 045 35 163 116 154 679 453 801 620 937 475 393 217 331 575 461 789 731 294 752 398 368 919 661 242 340 208 425 119 505 614 891 828 133 727 236 738 759 235 994 305 357 697 White 277 251 5 874 241 344 23 967 49 982 33 540 3 512 2 486 3 115 19 139 16 442 1 499 857 1 359 2 133 1 279 5 346 16 200 851 3 935 5 450 2 618 3 346 10 048 46 608 5 001 7 820 5 645 11 032 26 935 13 222 13 713 84 944 8 122 4 274 772 5 459 3 474 62 843 11 144 9 008 21 818 864 7 12 12 128 1 2 15 11 1 1 1 6 3 806 203 108 876 829 25 102 867 185 671 046 242 396 555 514 296 181 309 481 417 483 642 193 687 921 125 716 067 111 553 546 282 664 581 162 419 514 835 693 646 714 628 998 893 214 705 611 Black 49 023 718 10 83 2 269 10 946 7 681 2 782 905 319 2 740 3 265 314 161 187 284 136 1 542 3 274 166 847 1 237 400 624 1 296 6 157 873 953 559 2 238 4 853 2 933 1 920 16 637 2 021 331 609 1 248 388 12 040 3 496 2 002 3 458 136 2 332 616 2 780 26 015 178 10 61 190 4 309 3 481 1 269 472 178 1 209 828 73 30 17 69 27 297 997 101 65 413 215 203 489 300 671 545 114 101 452 151 301 747 168 28 562 851 100 038 756 836 315 77 American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 1 134 19 – – 142 203 141 35 3 9 78 62 2 – – 6 – 41 68 – 16 36 16 – 69 209 6 43 53 46 73 33 40 250 48 10 17 23 – 152 64 14 35 – 25 14 101 534 – – – 32 93 71 19 3 – 41 22 – – – – – 9 20 – – 11 9 – 35 116 6 43 14 31 52 27 25 170 29 – 17 17 – 107 56 14 18 – 12 7 16 Asian or Pacific Islander 4 437 18 – – 103 1 006 754 100 70 39 434 252 36 19 – 36 33 35 116 8 2 69 14 23 98 961 55 171 24 464 317 169 148 1 685 60 – 7 202 37 1 379 323 208 470 9 74 295 133 2 135 9 – – 7 389 296 65 52 36 94 93 24 6 – 19 11 – 56 – – 42 14 – 21 506 55 69 – 244 230 151 79 854 19 – 7 94 29 705 203 132 217 9 65 79 63 Other race 3 302 268 – – 239 766 567 299 51 17 97 199 57 19 12 29 12 41 126 14 32 68 5 7 149 472 78 105 29 171 238 123 115 928 167 38 4 112 44 563 130 130 148 6 123 26 116 1 300 29 – – 20 178 160 54 32 10 38 18 – – 5 6 6 – 16 – – 11 5 – 49 209 55 5 15 79 190 123 67 543 82 6 4 62 2 387 86 109 102 – 81 9 66 Hispanic origin (of any race) 6 769 345 – – 430 1 540 1 093 445 139 72 311 447 94 27 40 68 20 90 230 24 54 111 8 33 318 1 038 154 153 71 425 534 261 273 2 004 274 74 19 243 79 1 315 341 242 420 20 202 90 330 2 811 32 – – 17 382 297 94 42 12 115 85 3 – 18 6 6 – 38 10 3 17 8 – 91 526 117 44 27 215 356 208 148 1 218 143 6 19 160 24 866 229 186 266 5 155 25 151 White, not of Hispanic origin 274 351 5 794 241 344 23 791 49 274 33 050 3 407 2 403 3 050 18 925 16 224 1 462 849 1 331 2 094 1 271 5 309 16 126 851 3 921 5 407 2 615 3 332 9 907 46 144 4 939 7 766 5 617 10 822 26 715 13 121 13 594 84 085 8 040 4 238 767 5 339 3 439 62 262 11 000 8 926 21 591 859 7 12 11 127 1 2 14 11 1 1 1 6 3 747 139 930 674 826 25 102 867 986 530 012 232 384 478 456 293 181 296 481 417 483 630 193 684 915 122 716 035 854 505 518 270 547 455 096 359 018 793 693 641 629 606 656 812 167 566 606

5 2 1 3 29 4 5 1 8 21 11 9 66 5 1 4 1 53 11 9 17

4 1 1 3 25 3 4 1 6 17 9 8 53 3 3 1 42 8 7 14

4 1 1 3 24 3 4 1 6 17 9 8 53 3 3 1 42 8 7 14

3

1 3 2 1 11 1

9 2 1 2

7 777 6 105 6 380

5 925 5 650 4 953

1 694 360 1 282

5 871 5 634 4 876

50

DELAWARE

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 52.

Class of Worker, Work Status in 1989, and Last Occupation of Experienced Unemployed by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990
Race

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Other race Hispanic origin (of any race) White, not of Hispanic origin

CLASS OF WORKER
Employed persons 16 years and over Private for profit wage and salary workers Employees of own corporation Private not-for-profit wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers In agriculture Unpaid family workers Employed females 16 years and over Private for profit wage and salary workers Employees of own corporation Private not-for-profit wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers 335 250 9 22 9 26 8 16 1 158 112 2 15 4 15 3 6 147 038 550 827 923 232 509 721 987 897 860 821 412 491 827 794 163 274 490 277 207 8 18 7 20 6 15 1 128 91 2 12 3 12 2 5 251 739 944 724 565 644 473 259 867 847 876 747 203 761 664 333 219 688 464 49 023 35 800 246 3 378 2 034 5 021 1 751 1 003 103 36 26 015 18 287 68 2 297 1 024 3 162 829 402 14 1 134 834 23 69 33 73 66 59 7 – 534 423 6 56 8 25 8 14 – 4 437 3 226 313 345 87 331 147 292 4 9 2 135 1 518 135 190 58 148 75 139 7 3 302 2 439 24 311 204 163 72 108 6 5 1 300 846 – 187 73 126 32 31 5 6 769 5 004 96 511 321 389 264 267 5 13 2 811 1 880 19 315 133 277 86 107 13 274 205 8 18 7 20 6 15 1 127 90 2 12 3 12 2 5 351 580 872 586 489 427 302 128 862 839 674 931 184 679 612 180 171 645 456

WORK STATUS IN 1989
Persons 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Usually worked 15 to 34 hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Usually worked 1 to 14 hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Females 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Usually worked 15 to 34 hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Usually worked 1 to 14 hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 386 255 14 29 26 31 29 306 259 227 15 64 34 23 8 14 6 3 1 183 110 7 16 15 17 16 130 106 91 8 43 23 16 5 9 4 2 1 334 215 496 612 002 146 863 784 126 866 688 821 018 487 432 729 179 862 882 476 761 054 539 293 316 513 352 288 520 396 334 849 647 597 790 217 594 300 317 211 11 24 20 24 23 250 214 188 12 54 28 19 7 12 5 3 1 148 89 5 13 12 13 12 103 84 72 6 36 20 14 4 8 3 2 1 099 672 689 823 794 757 364 716 174 818 030 233 873 703 180 150 137 151 584 185 165 750 919 466 933 952 033 636 704 490 910 661 343 839 242 537 118 137 58 36 2 3 4 5 5 47 38 33 3 8 4 3 2 869 888 419 963 310 698 591 793 131 159 082 842 243 121 981 234 896 608 247 606 928 143 130 351 003 051 956 988 596 606 305 627 938 593 345 586 394 152 1 391 953 12 80 165 78 103 1 110 948 872 97 226 61 50 68 55 36 31 – 629 423 – 23 64 40 79 452 391 374 29 131 24 18 35 46 31 31 – 5 087 3 212 186 467 348 414 460 3 925 3 208 2 750 193 1 008 597 428 130 154 60 34 25 2 470 1 425 100 311 213 242 179 1 761 1 417 1 159 135 642 387 246 72 67 32 20 6 3 888 2 490 190 279 385 199 345 3 240 2 665 2 267 286 512 244 185 73 136 50 38 26 1 586 820 61 156 199 98 252 1 150 856 687 136 346 150 102 58 90 31 31 5 8 098 5 005 351 674 642 594 832 6 588 5 315 4 551 464 1 157 613 391 137 353 102 63 41 3 455 1 787 165 377 339 285 502 2 457 1 842 1 477 226 768 434 264 93 230 53 46 20 313 209 11 24 20 24 23 247 211 186 11 53 28 19 7 11 5 3 1 146 88 5 13 12 13 12 101 83 72 6 36 20 14 4 8 3 2 1 614 488 542 488 588 467 041 902 836 790 898 725 581 556 118 987 101 142 572 675 344 673 738 353 816 751 960 794 009 422 571 440 226 806 144 521 109 125

30 18 1 2 2 3 3 23 18 16 1 5 2 1 1

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989
Families No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers Married-couple families No workers 1 worker 2 workers Husband and wife worked 3 or more workers Husband and wife worked Female householder, no husband present No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers 176 19 46 85 26 141 15 28 74 68 22 20 28 3 13 7 2 925 377 124 316 108 129 019 641 861 781 608 726 022 750 669 876 727 145 16 36 72 20 124 13 25 65 60 19 17 16 1 7 5 1 682 033 107 553 989 079 806 649 586 327 038 528 161 849 870 020 422 26 3 8 10 4 13 1 2 7 6 3 2 11 1 5 2 1 878 021 684 687 486 744 072 157 469 729 046 735 093 753 409 682 249 695 79 228 317 71 496 51 117 268 254 60 60 160 22 91 38 9 1 965 82 594 990 299 1 717 52 494 913 882 258 241 175 13 90 50 22 1 705 162 511 769 263 1 093 38 224 625 589 206 162 433 113 209 86 25 3 433 282 1 044 1 551 556 2 417 112 522 1 335 1 222 448 395 717 156 373 142 46 144 15 35 71 20 122 13 25 64 59 18 17 15 1 7 4 1 200 926 678 839 757 926 741 399 939 751 847 346 941 810 746 976 409

LAST OCCUPATION OF EXPERIENCED UNEMPLOYED
Persons 16 years and over Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Professional specialty occupations Technicians and related support occupations Sales occupations Administrative support occupations, including clerical Private household occupations Protective service occupations Service occupations, except protective and household Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors Transportation and material moving occupations Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Last worked 1984 or earlier, or uniquely military occupation 13 395 649 761 291 1 359 1 655 58 147 2 306 350 1 887 1 191 731 1 333 677 8 749 524 566 208 1 042 1 045 28 69 1 130 188 1 529 705 526 749 440 4 172 98 179 65 236 549 30 78 1 100 135 299 422 205 550 226 64 – 3 10 15 – – – 5 – 20 – – 6 5 130 5 7 8 5 8 – – 15 – 30 33 – 13 6 280 22 6 – 61 53 – – 56 27 9 31 – 15 – 559 51 19 8 70 147 3 – 90 34 41 31 – 20 45 8 555 495 553 200 1 042 1 000 25 69 1 112 188 1 497 705 526 744 399

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 53.

Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990
Race

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Other race Hispanic origin (of any race) White, not of Hispanic origin

INCOME IN 1989
Households Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Families Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Married-couple families Less than $15,000 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 or more Female householder, no husband present Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Males 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Females 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Per capita income (dollars) Persons in households (dollars) Persons in group quarters (dollars) 247 10 16 18 39 40 50 45 15 11 34 42 176 4 5 9 24 28 39 39 14 10 40 47 141 8 16 21 34 36 22 28 3 2 3 6 9 2 238 22 163 392 313 080 104 126 520 525 880 223 875 070 925 611 750 664 923 373 834 641 126 003 252 653 129 856 962 648 223 485 955 022 010 958 730 318 179 827 617 453 57.1 30 222 239 685 11 806 38.1 20 256 15 854 16 155 6 238 877 059 907 627 339 690 056 415 194 590 660 465 682 085 036 465 073 595 145 209 661 413 483 789 079 845 226 902 109 855 142 161 021 179 741 722 442 056 473 616 58.2 31 213 195 382 12 172 37.1 20 807 17 263 17 561 6 938 204 6 11 13 31 33 43 40 14 10 36 44 145 2 3 6 19 23 34 35 12 9 42 50 124 6 14 18 30 32 21 16 1 1 1 3 6 2 199 24 800 017 004 915 862 648 396 268 321 369 24 286 28 973 26 878 2 294 2 426 2 790 5 178 4 175 4 844 3 712 1 119 340 26 570 31 340 13 744 1 576 2 247 2 299 3 387 2 977 1 258 11 093 1 866 1 643 1 841 2 460 2 562 721 32 968 14 675 50.2 21 837 38 872 10 500 42.7 17 452 9 683 9 931 4 043 36 4 4 3 6 5 6 4 1 928 59 72 119 145 151 168 151 35 28 30 500 34 424 695 38 29 93 109 116 142 105 35 28 32 962 36 836 496 72 63 81 125 94 61 160 27 19 36 30 39 9 924 17 819 53.9 24 107 793 10 717 47.2 19 194 14 404 14 732 3 794 2 524 77 148 178 314 285 539 483 288 212 41 526 52 701 1 965 51 69 95 201 199 441 436 269 204 47 049 59 609 1 717 141 167 139 407 423 440 175 16 10 31 25 66 27 2 757 24 653 57.7 35 244 2 733 12 626 42.4 22 849 16 379 16 540 3 735 2 034 180 182 241 444 352 361 208 42 24 24 299 28 019 1 705 143 190 221 362 288 262 179 42 18 23 428 27 544 1 093 222 259 227 195 136 54 433 80 107 81 81 70 14 2 495 12 397 63.3 14 819 1 905 8 493 35.8 15 076 7 624 7 637 7 262 4 206 271 319 415 833 757 762 560 156 133 28 062 34 106 3 433 204 253 369 669 612 616 469 114 127 28 351 34 634 2 417 324 459 478 521 416 219 717 127 142 138 160 128 22 5 012 15 513 61.3 19 536 4 095 9 170 35.8 16 688 10 066 10 035 10 767 056 992 799 508 073 296 688 121 098 481 687 490 200 043 993 350 850 283 818 963 596 304 573 862 926 777 067 651 830 619 982 941 990 1 144 1 697 3 679 6 383 2 048 197 314 24 663 58.1 31 251 193 578 12 187 37.1 20 821 17 312 17 615 6 760 203 5 11 13 31 33 42 40 14 10 36 44 144 2 2 6 18 23 33 34 12 9 42 50 122 6 14 18 29 32 20 15

MEDIAN INCOME IN 1989 BY SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS
Family type and presence of own children: Families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Married-couple families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Female householder, no husband present (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Workers in family in 1989: No workers (dollars) 1 worker (dollars) 2 or more workers (dollars) Husband and wife worked (dollars) Nonfamily households (dollars) Male householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) Female householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) 40 40 36 44 46 40 21 15 11 18 28 48 50 20 26 24 13 16 14 9 252 048 787 949 037 658 469 670 365 543 110 424 640 517 857 199 379 221 506 603 42 43 39 45 46 41 25 19 13 21 31 50 51 21 28 25 14 17 15 10 483 075 963 792 938 250 991 995 219 470 580 161 525 442 065 594 744 151 456 347 26 23 20 37 39 33 15 11 9 5 16 39 44 14 18 15 6 10 9 5 570 859 067 435 056 529 595 993 480 447 289 514 239 065 957 833 333 890 006 392 32 962 25 250 19 583 36 250 34 688 26 875 14 844 14 706 5 000– 10 25 41 46 17 28 22 18 6 6 6 542 833 429 300 768 365 083 333 959 704 157 47 49 44 50 51 44 29 27 27 049 596 135 154 431 808 219 813 813 23 22 14 28 29 17 12 8 9 428 210 758 523 196 813 524 890 385 28 25 23 33 32 29 13 10 10 351 758 009 713 367 141 653 000 625 42 43 40 45 47 41 26 20 13 21 31 50 51 21 28 25 14 17 15 10 573 240 040 837 028 347 110 201 307 468 665 219 569 420 041 542 704 161 472 378

5 389 43 456 53 633 54 433 21 563 24 881 28 333 14 286 16 146 15 104 5 000–

5 000– 13 722 32 910 32 455 15 917 21 450 12 344 5 360 8 300 10 000 5 360

5 000– 16 051 37 952 39 142 20 378 24 891 19 250 9 100 10 489 9 532 5 850

INCOME TYPE IN 1989
Households With earnings Mean earnings (dollars) With wage or salary income Mean wage or salary income (dollars) With nonfarm self-employment income Mean nonfarm self-employment income (dollars) With farm self-employment income Mean farm self-employment income (dollars) With interest, dividend, or net rental income Mean interest, dividend, or net rental income (dollars) With Social Security income Mean Social Security income (dollars) With public assistance income Mean public assistance income (dollars) With retirement income Mean retirement income (dollars) With other income Mean other income (dollars) 247 204 41 199 40 24 19 3 11 106 6 65 8 12 4 45 9 23 4 163 751 975 690 493 165 452 376 358 385 261 306 083 914 012 999 987 792 141 204 168 44 164 42 22 19 3 11 100 6 56 8 6 4 40 10 19 4 877 951 080 345 432 097 781 171 620 180 477 854 368 950 263 985 376 118 338 36 30 30 30 30 1 11 800 795 734 463 455 576 054 176 7 255 4 487 1 7 6 5 3 4 6 4 3 934 843 149 546 694 605 390 284 023 928 775 34 922 763 34 435 43 14 929 17 8 739 219 4 554 261 7 294 79 3 975 131 10 988 75 3 012 2 2 50 2 46 524 418 115 326 098 322 43 182 7 7 000 1 312 5 229 170 6 516 87 3 329 188 12 630 113 10 686 2 1 28 1 28 034 812 883 793 626 127 7 778 5 4 300 187 3 323 178 4 835 252 4 339 90 9 725 202 5 961 206 777 441 715 683 288 15 953 34 8 673 876 7 440 585 6 560 418 3 961 357 8 881 355 5 528 4 3 33 3 32 203 167 44 162 42 21 19 3 11 99 6 56 8 6 4 40 10 18 4 056 311 130 750 473 952 786 142 641 545 460 493 374 807 285 750 382 983 330

52

DELAWARE

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 54.

Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990
Race

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Other race Hispanic origin (of any race) White, not of Hispanic origin

ALL INCOME LEVELS IN 1989
Families In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is determined Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Persons for whom poverty status is determined Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years 176 138 89 38 144 107 11 7 6 28 138 9 40 141 67 30 117 90 113 23 4 32 28 17 6 20 13 19 4 4 6 97 70 38 24 645 484 76 159 57 112 925 700 350 665 329 946 928 055 661 321 550 531 903 129 642 724 302 207 238 173 261 363 022 625 357 547 154 984 129 889 692 808 238 379 508 399 798 528 941 248 093 145 121 68 29 119 90 9 4 4 24 117 4 35 124 57 26 102 79 101 21 3 29 16 8 2 11 7 12 2 1 4 79 59 33 21 520 399 67 120 43 83 682 759 659 976 440 919 120 198 701 863 986 846 375 079 332 365 943 746 643 099 148 096 161 690 639 944 941 434 998 461 839 540 195 994 472 071 461 488 124 532 713 26 14 17 7 21 14 2 1 3 17 4 5 13 8 3 11 8 9 1 2 11 8 3 8 4 7 1 3 1 15 9 3 2 107 72 8 34 11 24 878 341 708 350 132 320 518 776 735 202 525 328 038 744 093 332 367 292 107 907 978 940 093 321 454 075 865 129 084 214 759 744 922 945 898 031 628 413 261 736 522 695 478 319 134 542 408 94 12 29 120 441 59 177 496 174 78 398 286 331 90 11 138 160 130 56 111 89 95 11 46 13 415 233 157 72 2 133 1 761 281 362 113 268 1 965 1 438 1 286 582 1 790 1 317 44 1 768 11 101 1 806 73 157 1 717 1 162 558 1 584 1 157 1 593 75 53 116 175 100 18 150 122 150 16 20 31 1 156 559 179 36 8 641 6 372 264 2 247 873 1 495 1 705 684 1 378 623 1 425 982 152 301 185 35 792 225 156 1 093 881 391 1 010 726 564 2 71 73 433 384 190 267 137 176 20 148 50 953 329 104 30 523 576 82 947 994 095 3 1 2 1 2 2 433 722 437 113 933 144 277 858 375 176 095 358 479 417 679 813 186 644 643 111 150 274 717 575 235 494 319 332 52 190 144 144 120 70 30 119 90 9 5 4 24 117 5 34 121 56 25 100 78 99 20 3 28 18 10 3 13 9 13 3 2 4 77 57 32 20 514 395 65 118 42 82 200 314 270 238 417 691 051 141 810 193 256 561 557 761 922 740 952 316 199 391 207 269 302 479 432 732 026 935 054 103 866 318 301 725 393 192 500 575 228 952 344

2 2 1 2 1 1

7 4 2 2

1 951 773 264 118 14 523 9 345 440 5 159 1 737 3 695

INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL
Families Percent below poverty level In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Unrelated individuals Percent below poverty level Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Mean income deficit (dollars) Persons Percent below poverty level Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years Persons below 125 percent of poverty level Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 10 851 6.1 4 198 8 300 4 440 5 378 1 513 1 703 474 1 445 1 375 5 612 3 485 1 949 5 159 3 880 2 136 1 295 1 922 732 1 957 826 547 1 061 4 461 6 250 5 609 2 878 3 075 646 3 352 447 2 854 759 5 640 19 432 19.9 10 816 4 430 5 496 3 150 56 223 8.7 36 967 7 697 18 697 7 566 12 327 76 927 148 429 5 049 3.5 2 751 3 397 1 848 2 555 707 901 214 541 779 2 815 950 1 105 4 780 2 679 1 382 885 1 389 494 1 442 558 262 718 4 351 2 080 1 808 881 1 008 165 1 234 190 641 337 5 288 13 746 17.3 7 596 3 306 3 957 3 087 29 711 5.7 22 168 5 252 7 143 3 079 4 524 42 954 93 086 5 177 19.3 1 302 4 347 2 253 2 481 672 747 74 780 564 2 524 2 370 810 5 524 927 535 240 354 144 371 249 257 337 4 771 3 887 3 523 1 849 1 935 455 2 017 252 2 076 406 5 779 4 825 30.6 2 915 1 045 1 503 3 124 23 565 22.0 12 965 2 359 10 473 4 110 7 065 30 065 48 233 72 10.4 32 64 48 38 11 8 3 29 8 40 18 2 5 957 24 16 11 16 5 16 8 – – 4 585 48 48 37 22 6 24 – 18 2 6 643 105 25.3 44 31 23 3 595 290 13.6 210 38 70 19 51 469 878 116 5.9 22 74 35 42 6 – 108 9 24 97 20 3 3 936 80 52 31 32 3 73 11 15 3 3 582 19 14 4 10 3 7 5 5 – 6 141 455 39.4 166 20 6 4 790 827 9.6 678 36 127 55 75 1 069 1 992 437 25.6 91 418 256 262 117 47 75 86 – 136 127 29 5 413 170 151 128 131 86 55 – 13 3 4 898 216 216 107 100 17 70 – 114 14 6 263 301 31.6 95 28 7 3 807 1 830 24.3 946 12 884 303 612 2 370 4 240 597 17.4 132 558 314 375 150 93 108 108 11 199 178 48 5 120 240 212 155 192 105 85 1 22 12 4 455 301 293 136 150 31 103 10 156 24 5 909 575 29.5 191 39 39 3 757 2 796 19.3 1 499 55 1 282 446 891 3 647 6 709 6 020 4.1 075 238 264 990 800 878 272 787 911 3 254 1 403 1 198 5 033 2 743 1 395 835 1 298 470 1 405 642 328 768 4 361 2 823 2 483 1 258 1 434 253 1 611 228 1 012 359 5 684 13 763 17.8 7 676 3 372 3 937 3 121 30 372 5.9 23 126 5 360 6 853 2 970 4 338 43 330 92 887 3 4 2 2

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 55.

Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990
Race

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Other race Hispanic origin (of any race) White, not of Hispanic origin

LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Persons 60 to 64 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 65 to 74 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 75 years and over In households In group quarters Nursing homes 29 966 29 748 218 104 50 169 49 389 780 594 30 501 26 944 3 557 3 445 26 225 26 057 168 90 44 144 43 499 645 500 27 119 23 846 3 273 3 217 3 390 3 340 50 14 5 615 5 480 135 94 3 165 2 881 284 228 103 103 – – 174 174 – – 107 107 – – 179 179 – – 186 186 – – 78 78 – – 69 69 – – 50 50 – – 32 32 – – 285 256 29 – 268 268 – – 172 172 – – 26 015 25 876 139 90 43 940 43 295 645 500 26 998 23 725 3 273 3 217

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 60 to 64 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 65 to 74 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 75 years and over Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher 29 3 7 9 4 5 50 7 11 15 7 7 30 8 7 6 3 3 966 296 022 996 463 189 169 735 820 662 754 198 501 947 322 909 997 326 26 2 5 9 4 4 44 5 9 14 7 6 27 7 6 6 3 3 225 291 739 137 195 863 144 658 679 488 484 835 119 200 498 433 848 140 3 390 905 1 221 812 257 195 5 615 1 927 2 074 1 113 237 264 3 165 1 654 762 460 134 155 103 38 26 15 – 24 174 55 56 10 7 46 107 53 46 8 – – 179 23 28 10 11 107 186 47 11 49 26 53 78 19 5 8 15 31 69 39 8 22 – – 50 48 – 2 – – 32 21 11 – – – 285 65 30 93 52 45 268 103 35 37 44 49 172 79 31 22 14 26 26 2 5 9 4 4 43 5 9 14 7 6 26 7 6 6 3 3 015 269 721 054 143 828 940 609 644 453 448 786 998 152 478 411 834 123

INCOME AND POVERTY STATUS IN 1989
Married-couple families, householder 60 to 64 years Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 60 to 64 years living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 65 to 74 years Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 65 to 74 years living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 75 years and over Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 75 years and over living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level 11 203 192 291 581 1 569 1 888 2 364 4 318 3.6 4 201 677 625 615 1 061 543 680 21.0 17 205 183 607 1 498 4 136 3 661 3 310 3 810 3.1 11 418 1 487 3 285 2 172 2 561 973 940 18.7 5 968 116 382 843 1 722 959 948 998 4.8 10 878 1 869 4 108 1 850 1 431 675 945 23.8 10 336 172 266 513 1 406 1 752 2 140 4 087 3.5 3 482 375 463 546 968 492 638 14.8 15 739 127 434 1 304 3 762 3 409 3 131 3 572 2.4 9 931 988 2 666 1 990 2 424 945 918 14.7 5 360 80 287 719 1 576 853 868 977 3.5 9 941 1 433 3 782 1 742 1 380 659 945 20.9 754 20 25 61 153 125 191 179 4.8 692 287 162 69 88 44 42 50.6 1 332 52 166 164 363 225 175 187 11.8 1 416 499 582 175 124 23 13 47.0 575 28 95 116 146 93 76 21 16.0 891 414 316 108 42 11 – 55.0 42 – – 7 – 11 7 17 – – – – – – – – – 61 – – 23 9 10 – 19 – 50 – 23 – 13 5 9 14.0 29 8 – 8 – 13 – – 27.6 22 16 6 – – – – 72.7 65 – – – 6 – 24 35 – 7 – – – – 7 – – 71 4 7 7 – 17 4 32 15.5 13 – 6 7 – – – – 4 – – – – – 4 – – 20 6 – – 9 5 – 30.0 6 – – – 4 – 2 – – 20 15 – – 5 – – 75.0 2 – – – 2 – – – – 8 – 8 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 4 – 4 – – – – – 86 – – 5 16 11 4 50 – 50 20 10 – 8 6 6 48.0 83 – – 1 3 48 17 14 1.2 46 9 24 – – 13 – 37.0 28 – – – 15 – 3 10 – 50 5 38 – 7 – – 22.0 10 021 177 236 487 1 379 1 731 2 099 3 912 3.3 3 336 391 420 523 920 468 614 15.4 15 261 129 488 1 226 3 671 3 302 3 031 3 414 2.7 9 543 1 071 2 539 1 886 2 288 869 890 15.9 5 130 96 327 663 1 469 810 850 915 4.6 9 217 1 413 3 364 1 636 1 281 645 878 21.4

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Table 56.

Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition of White Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

AGE
All persons Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 29 years 30 to 34 years 35 to 39 years 40 to 44 years 45 to 49 years 50 to 54 years 55 to 59 years 60 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Median age 382 16 10 24 21 12 13 32 35 35 30 26 21 17 17 17 29 19 594 046 386 936 629 745 009 792 433 412 200 836 835 728 195 252 901 259 33.4 48 1 1 2 2 1 1 3 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 4 4 464 511 022 300 126 221 205 917 972 688 645 423 750 049 134 054 892 555 36.7 313 13 8 21 18 10 11 27 28 29 25 22 18 14 14 14 22 12 372 619 783 159 306 807 339 566 663 192 111 114 006 786 277 191 896 557 32.8 20 758 916 581 1 477 1 197 717 465 1 309 1 798 1 532 1 444 1 299 1 079 893 784 1 007 2 113 2 147 36.3 1 233 428 347 316 303 959 1 668 2 247 1 347 1 482 2 146 1 448 1 454 2 916 2 006 147 290 664 226 82 45 1 392 2 916 2 095 20 19 5 4 1 2 758 636 530 339 191 516 848 1 668 4 552 5 815 584 639 1 122 2.44 2.98 5 2 1 4 1 530 474 172 451 830 901 842 464 199 180 156 43 19 80 4 888 71.7 267 239 12 16 8 046 173 225 130 152 6 4 10 9 5 3 8 11 12 11 11 9 7 8 8 14 7 740 021 263 513 927 476 635 771 672 674 815 924 339 593 041 973 243 860 36.4 6 061 164 144 398 536 319 214 213 246 359 430 461 461 353 405 478 584 296 40.1 385 71 184 39 40 026 267 377 412 211 375 777 489 210 474 28 104 177 97 36 47 477 210 537 355 14 9 23 20 11 11 29 32 33 28 25 20 16 16 16 27 17 748 615 423 152 266 861 976 700 094 461 751 940 722 796 116 359 474 042 33.7 30 299 871 555 1 280 1 120 680 338 1 888 3 278 3 172 2 434 2 1 1 1 1 3 3 233 566 283 235 376 512 478 39.0 325 13 8 21 19 11 11 27 28 30 26 23 19 15 14 14 23 13 449 744 868 872 146 181 638 812 816 289 317 707 156 513 881 983 962 564 33.2 179 7 5 12 11 6 4 11 15 14 13 12 10 8 9 9 16 10 586 452 226 297 290 360 668 863 011 625 264 820 452 525 120 866 670 077 35.4 126 5 3 8 8 4 3 7 9 10 9 9 7 6 6 7 12 6 331 047 462 578 037 539 025 377 915 140 512 488 516 150 713 679 483 670 36.6

FERTILITY
Women 15 to 24 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 25 to 34 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 35 to 44 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women No children 1 child 2 children 3 children 4 children 5 or more children Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women 29 760 5 416 182 5 010 3 994 797 35 220 38 265 1 086 26 803 37 013 1 381 29 038 51 054 1 758 5 835 5 130 10 973 5 143 1 454 503 26 495 50 507 1 906 382 369 101 82 18 45 18 26 84 109 12 15 12 594 647 075 232 843 788 955 833 748 646 413 977 947 2.52 3.05 2 990 577 193 506 349 690 4 547 3 299 726 3 036 3 221 1 061 3 640 5 258 1 445 1 155 621 1 190 475 163 36 3 090 5 065 1 639 48 45 11 8 2 10 3 6 8 10 1 2 2 464 648 391 601 790 640 954 686 851 520 705 541 816 2.06 2.84 25 537 4 411 173 4 188 3 342 798 29 005 32 719 1 128 22 285 31 646 1 420 23 944 42 880 1 791 4 533 4 219 9 119 4 442 1 209 422 22 013 42 526 1 932 313 304 84 69 14 32 14 18 71 93 10 12 9 372 363 154 292 862 632 153 479 345 311 124 797 009 2.61 3.08 8 782 2 984 340 2 575 2 339 908 12 158 16 660 1 370 10 461 16 071 1 536 11 683 22 372 1 915 1 720 2 336 4 485 2 186 593 363 11 156 22 277 1 997 152 150 44 37 6 13 6 7 39 44 5 4 2 740 671 607 906 701 407 069 338 012 023 007 615 069 2.60 2.98 27 358 4 572 167 4 101 3 304 806 32 554 35 047 1 077 24 557 33 901 1 381 27 710 48 485 1 750 5 740 4 815 10 251 5 127 1 303 474 25 298 47 988 1 897 355 344 94 77 17 41 17 23 79 102 11 14 11 748 523 653 521 132 242 370 872 780 200 921 727 225 2.54 3.05 1 472 301 204 208 149 716 3 009 1 916 637 1 785 1 838 1 030 2 397 3 251 1 356 911 363 647 340 106 30 1 926 3 105 1 612 30 29 6 4 1 8 3 5 5 5 1 1 1 299 175 891 905 986 168 052 116 088 928 279 821 124 1.93 2.78 25 886 4 271 165 3 893 3 155 810 29 545 33 131 1 121 22 772 32 063 1 408 25 313 45 234 1 787 4 829 4 452 9 604 4 787 1 197 444 23 372 44 883 1 920 325 315 87 72 15 33 14 18 74 96 10 12 10 449 348 762 616 146 074 318 756 692 272 642 906 101 2.61 3.07 11 184 3 828 342 3 484 3 029 869 14 824 19 878 1 341 12 707 19 183 1 510 13 011 24 941 1 917 1 815 2 651 5 207 2 202 744 392 12 353 24 796 2 007 179 175 51 42 8 17 7 10 43 51 5 5 3 586 795 029 617 412 953 654 299 980 469 499 865 791 2.55 2.98 7 410 2 646 357 2 351 2 086 887 10 113 13 985 1 383 8 661 13 485 1 557 9 385 18 107 1 929 1 319 1 971 3 590 1 637 543 325 8 924 18 014 2 019 126 125 36 31 5 11 5 6 32 36 4 4 331 354 965 187 778 961 384 577 186 111 080 051 977 2.57 2.96

1

1 1 1 2

1 2 6 6 1 1

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
All persons In households Family householder Male Female Nonfamily householder Male Female Spouse Child Other relatives Nonrelatives In group quarters Persons per household Persons per family 061 061 746 611 135 370 167 203 1 567 2 088 196 94 – 2.88 3.21 1 746 642 259 1 590 627 259 73 7 – 56 56 9 9 25 1 561 91.2 61 61 – – 2 116 59 68 8

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN
Families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Married-couple families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Female householder, no husband present With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Subfamilies With own children under 18 years Married-couple subfamilies With own children under 18 years Mother-child subfamilies Persons under 18 years Percent living with two parents 101 45 22 85 38 19 12 5 1 2 2 075 914 137 008 674 807 171 644 695 692 364 589 261 1 677 85 742 81.0 5 165 5 019 109 37 146 863 2 575 5 001 1 560 11 4 2 9 3 1 1 391 315 047 017 479 807 856 719 189 259 237 41 19 167 8 180 76.9 694 670 15 9 22 031 272 794 207 84 39 18 71 33 17 9 4 1 2 1 154 125 918 540 365 099 473 461 307 253 971 505 223 1 430 72 674 82.1 4 204 4 110 82 12 116 786 2 130 3 982 1 223 44 19 8 39 16 8 3 1 607 007 869 071 571 053 990 764 539 1 268 1 148 233 113 790 36 200 81.9 1 953 1 915 17 21 58 014 1 230 1 998 511 94 42 20 80 36 18 10 4 1 2 2 653 648 422 129 366 511 872 850 354 578 265 562 249 1 597 79 317 81.9 4 579 4 438 106 35 135 895 2 445 4 790 1 353 6 2 1 5 1 1 1 891 386 190 166 847 043 359 481 122 169 147 37 15 100 4 506 72.4 412 388 15 9 15 059 174 625 148 87 40 19 74 34 17 9 4 1 2 2 762 262 232 963 519 468 513 369 232 409 118 525 234 1 497 74 811 82.5 4 167 4 050 91 26 120 836 2 271 4 165 1 205 51 22 10 43 18 9 5 2 029 273 584 950 879 349 289 558 880 1 382 1 247 260 125 870 42 625 80.0 2 539 2 496 20 23 68 982 1 360 2 209 718 36 15 7 32 13 6 3 1 965 592 264 150 412 519 505 600 502 1 032 933 195 96 655 29 663 80.8 1 755 1 734 8 13 48 926 1 002 1 611 461

UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLDS
Total Male and female Both male Both female

SELECTED LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Households With one or more subfamilies With related members 15 years and over other than spouse, children, parents, or parents-in-law of householder With roomer, boarder, or foster child 15 years and over

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 57.

Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition of Black Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

AGE
All persons Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 29 years 30 to 34 years 35 to 39 years 40 to 44 years 45 to 49 years 50 to 54 years 55 to 59 years 60 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Median age 89 4 3 8 7 4 3 8 8 8 7 6 4 3 2 2 4 2 462 779 344 344 814 084 432 213 484 007 278 196 221 422 822 515 102 405 27.8 45 2 1 4 3 2 2 4 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 797 384 607 196 914 115 013 215 224 615 639 935 984 869 610 523 490 464 27.9 37 2 1 3 3 1 1 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 109 040 459 562 156 724 262 483 566 852 198 6 556 355 278 586 744 245 157 515 694 540 441 375 196 273 191 203 480 283 27.9 417 408 978 80 103 288 648 382 133 319 814 552 430 892 074 55 88 147 66 58 16 278 648 331 22 663 1 161 731 2 054 2 189 915 728 1 617 2 248 1 828 1 461 1 346 1 270 1 046 921 875 1 513 760 29.3 1 525 898 589 175 308 1 760 1 928 3 821 1 982 1 046 2 293 2 192 1 388 3 344 2 409 183 243 342 326 125 169 1 106 2 805 2 536 22 21 5 2 2 1 663 411 179 997 182 869 969 900 3 043 7 599 2 481 1 240 1 252 3.02 3.52 5 2 1 2 1 179 477 036 987 348 523 1 767 902 388 589 573 37 21 434 7 050 42.8 560 560 – – 7 048 565 702 155 348 20 15 12 39 29 5 3 10 42 51 34 6 6 11 17 32 16 34.9 19 5 263 – – – 31 90 903 22 60 727 36 94 611 6 – 6 22 – 2 36 94 611 348 348 103 76 27 9 5 4 75 115 44 2 – 3.11 3.27 103 53 11 79 47 11 16 – – 13 13 – – 11 115 66.1 – – – – 112 28 13 – 72 3 2 6 6 3 2 6 7 6 5 5 3 2 2 2 3 1 531 767 561 493 182 276 497 229 260 550 838 352 613 959 425 136 461 932 28.6 37 1 1 3 3 1 1 2 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 314 942 316 405 338 734 283 929 603 995 938 401 620 607 400 330 213 260 28.8 35 1 1 3 2 1 1 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 217 825 245 088 844 542 214 300 657 555 900 39 2 1 3 3 1 1 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 594 173 514 905 821 723 663 601 472 285 901 190 878 509 318 254 154 233 27.0 20 251 1 113 707 1 965 2 068 869 623 1 401 1 696 1 637 1 342 1 082 1 117 899 855 811 1 355 711 29.1 1 454 871 599 172 308 1 791 1 854 3 715 2 004 1 032 2 262 2 192 1 286 3 106 2 415 180 212 318 299 118 159 1 021 2 591 2 538 20 20 4 2 2 1 251 077 869 793 076 700 888 812 2 862 7 146 2 348 1 152 174 3.05 3.53 869 362 013 791 274 516 1 670 870 379 531 515 37 21 390 6 722 42.1 538 538 – – 6 569 520 667 126 4 2 1 2 1

886 041 280 021 789 1 132 658 27.6 3 364 1 860 553 458 556 1 214 4 188 6 040 1 442 2 476 4 139 1 672 3 279 6 441 1 964 446 771 1 096 573 272 121 2 623 5 476 2 088 37 36 9 5 3 3 1 1 5 13 2 2 109 386 599 670 929 071 489 582 445 426 825 020 723 2.89 3.30

951 993 352 025 806 1 248 672 28.5

FERTILITY
Women 15 to 24 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 25 to 34 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 35 to 44 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women No children 1 child 2 children 3 children 4 children 5 or more children Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women 7 998 4 403 551 964 1 295 1 343 9 096 14 830 1 630 4 682 8 841 1 888 7 371 15 327 2 079 1 056 1 547 2 254 1 439 689 386 5 459 12 122 2 221 89 85 21 11 10 8 3 4 10 32 8 4 3 462 994 699 035 664 053 412 641 591 003 692 956 468 2.90 3.38 4 217 2 135 506 426 636 1 493 4 260 7 408 1 739 1 887 3 888 2 060 3 662 7 994 2 183 555 688 1 011 800 359 249 2 558 5 998 2 345 45 43 10 4 5 4 1 2 4 16 5 2 2 797 675 618 789 829 411 773 638 490 093 441 622 122 2.92 3.46 5 968 3 495 586 672 932 1 387 7 286 11 228 1 541 3 621 6 551 1 809 6 047 12 599 2 084 891 1 281 1 752 1 251 551 321 4 458 9 952 2 232 72 69 17 8 8 6 2 3 8 25 7 4 2 531 909 450 873 577 740 934 806 511 314 659 235 622 2.90 3.39 2 989 1 786 598 327 531 1 624 3 581 6 209 1 734 1 529 3 139 2 053 2 949 6 558 2 224 468 545 730 679 316 211 1 976 4 779 2 419 37 36 8 3 4 3 1 2 3 13 4 2 314 515 711 775 936 767 510 257 515 277 922 323 799 2.94 3.50 2 979 1 709 574 345 401 1 162 3 705 5 019 1 355 2 092 3 412 1 631 3 098 6 041 1 950 423 736 1 022 572 235 110 2 482 5 173 2 084 35 33 8 5 3 2 1 1 4 12 2 1 1 217 394 739 098 641 973 424 549 996 037 737 912 823 2.86 3.29 3 555 1 806 508 467 671 1 437 3 738 7 423 1 986 2 107 4 583 2 175 2 712 6 072 2 239 348 509 844 514 263 234 2 107 4 975 2 361 39 37 9 5 4 3 1 1 5 14 3 1 2 594 496 428 159 269 182 447 735 123 288 514 961 098 2.98 3.44

1 1 2 2

2 2

2

2

2

2

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
All persons In households Family householder Male Female Nonfamily householder Male Female Spouse Child Other relatives Nonrelatives In group quarters Persons per household Persons per family 6 556 5 933 1 482 576 906 571 150 421 656 2 484 426 314 623 2.88 3.39 1 482 939 445 585 319 124 804 554 280 81 81 – – 57 2 208 31.6 174 174 – – 2 053 74 122 39

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN
Families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Married-couple families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Female householder, no husband present With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Subfamilies With own children under 18 years Married-couple subfamilies With own children under 18 years Mother-child subfamilies Persons under 18 years Percent living with two parents 699 328 449 757 714 541 326 829 510 257 160 155 58 1 784 28 365 37.3 2 094 2 066 10 18 29 752 2 118 2 750 646 21 12 5 10 5 2 9 5 2 2 2 10 5 2 4 2 618 575 276 543 173 924 5 216 3 032 1 140 1 446 1 401 59 14 1 155 14 216 29.6 1 068 1 040 10 18 15 029 1 375 1 737 413 599 814 728 629 222 493 306 243 090 730 678 96 44 572 11 941 47.4 852 852 – – 12 670 669 891 194 9 5 2 5 3 1 3 2 1 450 435 984 624 324 855 469 477 822 097 001 143 47 1 656 22 279 35.6 1 696 1 668 10 18 24 190 1 943 2 406 603 17 9 3 8 4 1 7 4 1 2 2 711 360 708 541 592 651 4 430 2 472 893 1 343 1 298 59 14 1 063 11 735 26.9 938 910 10 18 12 478 1 276 1 541 384 8 4 1 3 1 739 075 276 083 732 204 039 005 929 754 703 84 33 593 10 544 45.2 758 758 – – 11 712 667 865 219 8 5 2 5 2 1 3 2 428 370 501 120 738 209 624 254 076 749 732 49 32 562 13 136 43.1 958 958 – – 12 610 740 1 046 198 9 5 2 5 2 1 3 2 1

UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLDS
Total Male and female Both male Both female

SELECTED LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Households With one or more subfamilies With related members 15 years and over other than spouse, children, parents, or parents-in-law of householder With roomer, boarder, or foster child 15 years and over

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Table 58.

Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

AGE
All persons Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 29 years 30 to 34 years 35 to 39 years 40 to 44 years 45 to 49 years 50 to 54 years 55 to 59 years 60 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Median age 939 7 3 28 31 41 63 83 44 141 80 123 82 49 32 45 69 18 36.8 103 62 602 17 18 059 81 159 963 81 159 963 87 92 057 36 28 12 6 3 2 87 92 057 939 902 316 202 114 102 74 28 189 167 45 83 37 2.17 2.43 316 130 36 222 62 15 72 61 21 33 21 12 – 21 110 60.0 12 12 – – 418 – 26 – 228 5 – 8 5 12 31 27 8 51 13 14 12 10 6 12 14 – 31.8 32 23 719 – – – 20 26 300 20 26 300 13 25 923 – 7 – 6 – – 13 25 923 228 201 73 38 35 52 39 13 24 30 7 15 27 2.10 2.66 73 47 21 38 12 – 35 35 21 – – – – – 30 73.3 – – – – 125 – 7 – 651 2 3 20 26 29 32 56 36 77 67 109 64 39 26 24 29 12 38.3 71 39 549 17 18 1 059 61 133 2 180 61 133 2 180 74 67 905 36 21 12 – 3 2 74 67 905 651 641 223 151 72 50 35 15 153 137 10 68 10 2.18 2.36 223 83 15 177 50 15 37 26 – 27 21 6 – 21 80 55.0 12 12 – – 273 – 6 – 60 – – – – – – – – 13 – – 6 – – 9 26 6 65.8 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 60 60 20 13 7 – – – 12 – 28 – – 2.40 2.40 20 – – 7 – – – – – 6 – 6 – – – – – – – – 20 – 13 – 1 260 43 41 89 57 32 27 32 110 163 83 47 90 116 78 58 105 89 37.2 58 48 828 14 13 929 129 232 798 96 183 906 55 76 382 8 19 27 1 – – 51 67 314 56 – – – – – – – – – – – 18 – – 9 14 15 65.7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 56 56 20 20 – – – – 24 – – 12 – 2.60 2.60 20 6 – 20 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 20 – – – 750 7 3 20 28 36 41 56 37 141 53 132 60 42 26 30 26 12 35.6 85 48 565 17 18 1 059 100 183 1 830 90 183 2 033 78 56 718 36 28 14 – – – 78 56 718 750 716 248 162 86 70 48 22 170 152 11 65 34 2.14 2.40 248 111 28 185 61 19 54 43 9 21 21 – – 21 94 61.7 12 12 – – 318 – 6 – 90 5 – – 5 6 9 – – 22 7 14 7 – – 6 9 – 34.5 9 9 1 000 – – – 15 16 1 067 15 16 1 067 7 7 1 000 – 7 – – – – 7 7 1 000 90 90 24 7 17 23 16 7 13 16 7 7 – 1.66 2.29 24 24 9 7 7 – 17 17 9 – – – – – 16 100.0 – – – – 47 – – – 660 2 3 20 23 30 32 56 37 119 46 118 53 42 26 24 17 12 35.9 76 39 513 17 18 1 059 85 167 1 965 75 167 2 227 71 49 690 36 21 14 – – – 71 49 690 660 626 224 155 69 47 32 15 157 136 4 58 34 2.23 2.41 224 87 19 178 54 19 37 26 – 21 21 – – 21 78 53.8 12 12 – – 271 – 6 – 1 449 43 41 97 60 37 49 59 117 163 110 38 112 123 84 73 148 95 37.7 76 62 816 14 13 929 110 208 891 87 159 828 64 112 750 8 19 25 7 3 2 60 103 717 1 171 43 41 89 57 27 27 32 94 116 83 36 90 106 78 58 105 89 38.6 53 48 906 14 13 929 103 194 883 80 145 813 48 62 292 8 19 20 1 – – 44 53 205

FERTILITY
Women 15 to 24 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 25 to 34 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 35 to 44 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women No children 1 child 2 children 3 children 4 children 5 or more children Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women

1

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
All persons In households Family householder Male Female Nonfamily householder Male Female Spouse Child Other relatives Nonrelatives In group quarters Persons per household Persons per family 1 260 1 231 379 275 104 131 91 40 262 298 62 99 29 2.66 3.03 379 159 80 274 112 55 88 47 25 20 20 – – 20 262 58.0 40 40 – – 510 27 18 6 1 449 1 417 447 315 132 163 117 46 281 313 96 117 32 2.59 2.96 447 178 88 311 113 51 106 65 37 32 20 12 – 20 278 57.6 40 40 – – 610 27 38 6 1 171 1 166 367 263 104 131 91 40 235 277 62 94 5 2.63 2.99 367 147 73 262 100 48 88 47 25 20 20 – – 20 257 57.2 40 40 – – 498 27 18 6

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN
Families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Married-couple families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Female householder, no husband present With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Subfamilies With own children under 18 years Married-couple subfamilies With own children under 18 years Mother-child subfamilies Persons under 18 years Percent living with two parents

UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLDS
Total Male and female Both male Both female

SELECTED LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Households With one or more subfamilies With related members 15 years and over other than spouse, children, parents, or parents-in-law of householder With roomer, boarder, or foster child 15 years and over

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 59.

Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition of Asian or Pacific Islander Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

AGE
All persons Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 29 years 30 to 34 years 35 to 39 years 40 to 44 years 45 to 49 years 50 to 54 years 55 to 59 years 60 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Median age 7 561 355 313 464 488 278 289 675 791 863 713 709 506 423 321 161 136 76 30.7 563 22 39 48 22 458 867 908 047 744 903 214 798 452 820 136 189 263 155 13 42 762 447 899 808 25 35 84 46 17 11 41 116 69 68 66 51 52 49 32 32 14 32.1 5 – – 5 – – 86 66 767 79 66 835 75 138 1 840 21 9 12 27 6 – 75 138 1 840 808 798 185 147 38 45 25 20 234 220 53 61 10 2.60 2.92 185 94 62 158 85 62 20 9 – 19 5 14 – 5 207 77.3 4 4 – – 230 9 24 – 6 567 321 278 380 431 238 267 617 650 778 622 626 443 371 266 119 98 62 30.7 530 22 42 43 22 512 752 817 086 636 812 277 712 259 768 115 180 251 128 7 31 676 254 855 186 9 – – 11 23 11 17 25 16 23 17 12 – 6 10 6 – 29.4 28 – – – – – 29 25 862 29 25 862 11 55 5 000 – – – – – 11 11 55 5 000 186 180 41 41 – 6 6 – 46 71 – 16 6 4.09 4.29 41 35 23 41 35 23 – – – – – – – – 43 100.0 – – – – 47 – – 11 1 209 30 59 132 79 90 22 48 70 155 97 149 86 64 58 18 50 2 32.4 90 32 356 11 16 455 129 221 713 129 221 713 165 327 982 14 36 63 43 9 – 165 327 982 21 – – 6 – – – – – – 11 – – 4 – – – – 37.0 – – – – – – – – – – – – 11 11 1 000 – 11 – – – – 11 11 1 000 21 21 – – – – – – 15 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6 100.0 – – – – – – – – 6 803 306 313 454 462 265 245 588 670 839 612 625 453 374 289 123 124 61 30.6 499 10 20 36 10 278 769 809 052 648 804 241 674 152 709 107 173 258 102 13 21 638 147 798 332 – 21 48 15 3 6 16 42 40 20 24 6 29 30 14 15 3 31.9 5 – – 5 – – 31 16 516 24 16 667 22 21 955 7 9 6 – – – 22 21 955 332 332 70 61 9 22 14 8 102 93 33 12 – 2.63 3.14 70 42 26 54 33 26 9 9 – 8 – 8 – – 87 71.3 – – – – 92 9 24 – 6 471 306 292 406 447 262 239 572 628 799 592 601 447 345 259 109 109 58 30.5 494 10 20 31 10 323 738 793 075 624 788 263 652 131 735 100 164 252 102 13 21 616 126 828 1 967 79 59 142 105 103 66 135 191 179 198 233 139 113 90 56 62 17 32.9 154 44 286 23 28 217 227 320 410 225 320 422 289 627 170 43 52 68 96 9 21 289 627 170 862 20 45 72 49 61 15 48 70 110 63 93 68 44 50 15 37 2 32.3 65 32 492 11 16 455 105 173 648 105 173 648 112 206 839 14 25 41 29 3 – 112 206 839 862 862 157 142 15 20 12 8 291 284 71 39 – 3.34 3.38 157 120 40 129 108 34 12 12 6 31 16 23 8 – 247 87.9 8 8 – – 177 26 19 9

FERTILITY
Women 15 to 24 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 25 to 34 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 35 to 44 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women No children 1 child 2 children 3 children 4 children 5 or more children Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women

1

1

1

1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1

1 1

1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1

1 1

1 1

1

2

1

1 1 7 7 1 1

1 1 6 6 1 1

1

1 1 6 6 1 1

1 1 6 6 1 1

2

1

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
All persons In households Family householder Male Female Nonfamily householder Male Female Spouse Child Other relatives Nonrelatives In group quarters Persons per household Persons per family 561 451 743 468 275 539 328 211 1 895 2 365 332 577 110 2.95 3.31 1 743 1 098 554 1 523 994 536 163 88 12 81 21 66 6 15 1 898 89.2 52 52 – – 2 282 59 136 28 567 473 517 280 237 488 297 191 1 615 2 074 279 500 94 2.97 3.33 1 517 969 469 1 324 874 451 143 79 12 62 16 52 6 10 1 648 90.4 48 48 – – 2 005 50 112 17 1 209 1 209 222 207 15 20 12 8 402 438 88 39 – 3.41 3.45 222 167 60 194 155 54 12 12 6 38 23 23 8 7 390 85.6 8 8 – – 242 33 22 9 803 709 579 357 222 484 311 173 1 640 2 169 329 508 94 2.99 3.35 1 579 1 011 492 1 392 915 474 130 80 12 77 23 60 6 17 1 800 88.8 42 42 – – 2 063 66 138 17 471 377 509 296 213 462 297 165 1 538 2 076 296 496 94 3.00 3.36 1 509 969 466 1 338 882 448 121 71 12 69 23 52 6 17 1 713 89.7 42 42 – – 1 971 57 114 17 1 967 1 951 386 318 68 75 29 46 657 634 91 108 16 3.03 3.25 386 254 122 325 234 116 45 20 6 42 21 29 8 5 488 87.7 18 18 – – 461 26 20 20

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN
Families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Married-couple families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Female householder, no husband present With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Subfamilies With own children under 18 years Married-couple subfamilies With own children under 18 years Mother-child subfamilies Persons under 18 years Percent living with two parents

UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLDS
Total Male and female Both male Both female

SELECTED LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Households With one or more subfamilies With related members 15 years and over other than spouse, children, parents, or parents-in-law of householder With roomer, boarder, or foster child 15 years and over

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DELAWARE

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 60.

Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

AGE
All persons Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 29 years 30 to 34 years 35 to 39 years 40 to 44 years 45 to 49 years 50 to 54 years 55 to 59 years 60 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Median age 12 925 899 440 1 235 1 289 715 473 1 480 1 425 1 250 1 068 707 702 354 315 206 208 159 24.8 1 374 577 420 303 327 1 079 1 273 2 164 1 700 972 1 769 1 820 825 2 132 2 584 71 121 217 256 99 61 754 2 034 2 698 12 12 3 2 925 545 003 129 874 698 399 299 2 067 4 839 950 988 380 3.25 3.51 3 003 2 007 990 2 091 1 395 754 648 467 182 156 146 18 8 117 4 578 61.4 322 322 – – 3 701 127 358 84 5 668 309 210 541 683 373 236 674 559 506 403 398 299 140 128 60 83 66 23.6 648 327 505 115 140 217 479 029 148 350 846 417 358 123 137 28 6 73 134 69 48 306 033 376 6 676 554 203 642 551 304 237 735 721 739 589 303 391 197 174 125 118 93 25.8 697 234 336 180 171 950 747 058 416 575 846 471 432 818 894 43 115 141 113 18 2 413 810 961 581 36 27 52 55 38 – 71 145 5 76 6 12 17 13 21 7 – 25.4 29 16 552 8 16 000 47 77 638 47 77 638 35 191 457 – – 3 9 12 11 35 191 457 581 569 108 87 21 30 17 13 50 213 143 25 12 3.95 4.64 108 70 38 77 61 38 13 9 – 24 24 – – 15 208 64.4 – – – – 138 12 26 11 2 226 94 63 264 154 149 75 256 267 165 199 208 84 49 47 79 60 13 26.1 195 68 349 63 51 810 147 222 510 105 167 590 175 414 366 16 8 64 74 9 4 172 405 355 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 11 076 760 366 1 041 1 057 610 364 1 250 1 188 1 038 1 045 713 592 299 228 196 176 153 25.4 1 208 479 397 271 236 871 1 060 1 812 1 709 783 1 446 1 847 776 1 908 2 459 68 123 214 232 87 52 710 1 810 2 549 11 10 2 1 076 644 556 777 779 637 357 280 1 766 4 065 763 857 432 3.22 3.49 2 556 1 715 816 1 754 1 166 601 590 413 170 124 114 18 8 95 3 834 60.3 279 279 – – 3 193 109 308 73 4 809 272 193 527 574 325 161 526 477 429 367 362 243 123 65 47 60 58 23.5 530 265 500 84 78 929 438 970 215 325 787 422 330 069 239 18 6 73 116 69 48 283 979 459 6 267 488 173 514 483 285 203 724 711 609 678 351 349 176 163 149 116 95 26.9 678 214 316 187 158 845 622 842 354 458 659 439 446 839 881 50 117 141 116 18 4 427 831 946 4 075 233 137 458 386 254 184 486 504 377 222 202 194 104 134 89 92 19 24.0 361 166 460 95 142 495 360 574 594 294 490 667 224 638 848 19 6 67 98 21 13 216 629 912 1 768 84 49 247 138 139 70 195 187 139 102 130 76 49 47 45 60 11 24.1 161 57 354 37 40 081 140 208 486 98 153 561 145 348 400 9 6 57 64 9 – 142 339 387

FERTILITY
Women 15 to 24 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 25 to 34 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 35 to 44 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women No children 1 child 2 children 3 children 4 children 5 or more children Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women

1 1 2 2 1 3

2

1

1

1 1 1

1 1

1 1

2 2 1 3

1 1

1 1

1 1

1

5

2

1

2

2

1 3

1 6 6 1 1

5

2

3

1 6 5 1 1

2

2

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
All persons In households Family householder Male Female Nonfamily householder Male Female Spouse Child Other relatives Nonrelatives In group quarters Persons per household Persons per family 5 668 5 467 1 229 802 427 245 155 90 756 2 323 470 444 201 3.62 3.85 1 229 880 359 758 531 245 330 259 82 109 102 15 8 87 2 116 51.9 163 163 – – 1 474 101 173 11 676 509 666 240 426 423 227 196 1 261 2 303 337 519 167 2.94 3.19 1 666 1 057 593 1 256 803 471 305 199 100 23 20 3 – 15 2 254 70.1 159 159 – – 2 089 14 159 62 2 226 1 970 430 344 86 75 53 22 363 781 139 182 256 3.65 3.73 430 299 118 326 221 75 69 55 31 21 21 3 3 17 724 61.6 34 34 – – 505 23 40 11 4 809 4 747 1 026 646 380 223 138 85 613 2 080 446 359 62 3.71 4.00 1 026 776 295 600 455 190 311 240 82 109 102 15 8 87 1 891 50.1 137 137 – – 1 249 101 147 11 267 897 530 131 399 414 219 195 1 153 1 985 317 498 370 2.90 3.15 1 530 939 521 1 154 711 411 279 173 88 15 12 3 – 8 1 943 70.1 142 142 – – 1 944 8 161 62 4 075 3 871 877 696 181 136 95 41 664 1 555 326 313 204 3.53 3.66 877 591 292 663 450 228 127 109 43 53 53 3 3 39 1 468 64.6 77 77 – – 1 013 41 90 22 1 768 1 725 361 279 82 69 53 16 296 703 122 174 43 3.65 3.76 361 237 96 257 159 53 69 55 31 21 21 3 3 17 657 58.6 34 34 – – 430 23 32 11

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN
Families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Married-couple families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Female householder, no husband present With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Subfamilies With own children under 18 years Married-couple subfamilies With own children under 18 years Mother-child subfamilies Persons under 18 years Percent living with two parents

UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLDS
Total Male and female Both male Both female

SELECTED LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Households With one or more subfamilies With related members 15 years and over other than spouse, children, parents, or parents-in-law of householder With roomer, boarder, or foster child 15 years and over

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 61.

Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

AGE
All persons Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 29 years 30 to 34 years 35 to 39 years 40 to 44 years 45 to 49 years 50 to 54 years 55 to 59 years 60 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Median age 377 15 10 24 21 12 12 32 34 34 29 26 21 17 17 17 29 19 397 709 256 449 230 413 812 288 973 897 765 543 506 528 027 101 749 151 33.5 47 1 1 2 1 1 1 3 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 4 4 090 435 006 241 994 123 144 807 868 479 530 318 661 006 077 027 850 524 37.1 309 13 8 20 18 10 11 27 28 28 24 21 17 14 14 14 22 12 781 378 686 767 057 601 203 195 344 886 810 929 766 646 166 074 793 480 32.9 20 526 896 564 1 441 1 179 689 465 1 286 1 761 1 532 1 425 1 296 1 079 876 784 1 000 2 106 2 147 36.6 1 214 412 339 308 287 932 1 642 2 212 1 347 1 456 2 111 1 450 1 432 2 768 1 933 147 290 661 226 74 34 1 370 2 768 2 020 20 19 5 4 1 2 526 404 498 311 187 510 848 1 662 4 519 5 699 543 635 1 122 2.44 2.97 5 2 1 4 1 498 456 162 423 812 891 838 464 199 156 132 43 19 65 4 769 71.9 267 239 12 16 8 008 161 217 130 151 5 4 10 9 5 3 8 11 12 11 11 9 7 7 8 14 7 627 944 219 366 849 444 603 691 556 590 719 820 306 571 997 914 191 847 36.5 6 061 164 144 398 536 319 214 213 246 359 430 461 461 353 405 478 584 296 40.1 385 71 184 39 40 026 267 377 412 211 375 777 489 210 474 28 104 177 97 36 47 477 210 537 351 14 9 22 19 11 11 29 31 33 28 25 20 16 16 16 27 16 436 343 322 769 988 595 821 274 712 062 324 651 439 638 002 204 352 940 33.8 29 404 808 539 1 228 1 058 605 314 1 812 3 212 3 022 2 350 2 1 1 1 1 3 3 150 507 257 232 362 493 455 39.5 322 13 8 21 18 10 11 27 28 30 25 23 18 15 14 14 23 13 032 535 783 541 930 990 507 462 500 040 974 501 932 381 770 842 859 485 33.3 177 7 5 12 11 6 4 11 14 14 13 12 10 8 9 9 16 10 588 310 153 046 091 262 594 705 817 425 160 712 373 461 022 811 588 058 35.5 125 4 3 8 7 4 2 7 9 10 9 9 7 6 6 7 12 6 436 980 428 435 963 507 998 308 806 082 476 423 489 128 669 654 431 659 36.7

FERTILITY
Women 15 to 24 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 25 to 34 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 35 to 44 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women No children 1 child 2 children 3 children 4 children 5 or more children Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women 29 179 5 295 181 4 909 3 893 793 34 811 37 790 1 086 26 481 36 556 1 380 28 666 50 167 1 750 5 809 5 062 10 839 5 046 1 424 486 26 155 49 654 1 898 377 364 99 81 18 45 18 26 83 107 12 15 12 397 594 855 310 545 482 831 651 777 868 066 546 803 2.52 3.05 2 817 538 191 493 318 645 4 462 3 190 715 2 982 3 127 1 049 3 543 4 988 1 408 1 150 621 1 168 415 159 30 3 006 4 821 1 604 47 44 11 8 2 10 3 6 8 10 1 2 2 090 327 083 388 695 560 917 643 635 109 584 356 763 2.05 2.84 25 148 4 345 173 4 108 3 288 800 28 707 32 388 1 128 22 043 31 318 1 421 23 691 42 411 1 790 4 512 4 151 9 010 4 405 1 191 422 21 779 42 065 1 931 309 300 83 68 14 32 14 18 70 92 9 12 8 781 863 274 611 663 412 066 346 623 060 939 555 918 2.61 3.08 8 711 2 941 338 2 548 2 306 905 12 087 16 569 1 371 10 403 15 988 1 537 11 600 22 206 1 914 1 706 2 328 4 453 2 164 586 363 11 076 22 120 1 997 151 149 44 37 6 13 6 7 38 43 4 4 1 627 636 345 676 669 374 045 329 801 636 930 550 991 2.60 2.98 26 859 4 475 167 4 015 3 227 804 32 247 34 730 1 077 24 329 33 602 1 381 27 377 47 801 1 746 5 712 4 745 10 126 5 045 1 281 468 24 997 47 338 1 894 351 340 93 76 16 40 17 23 79 100 11 14 11 436 385 636 762 874 955 258 697 001 821 636 336 051 2.54 3.05 1 361 278 204 203 134 660 2 950 1 866 633 1 749 1 803 1 031 2 323 3 035 1 307 911 363 625 298 102 24 1 865 2 915 1 563 29 28 6 4 1 8 3 5 4 5 1 1 1 404 285 706 787 919 096 023 073 990 657 174 662 119 1.91 2.77 25 498 4 197 165 3 812 3 093 811 29 297 32 864 1 122 22 580 31 799 1 408 25 054 44 766 1 787 4 801 4 382 9 501 4 747 1 179 444 23 132 44 423 1 920 322 312 86 71 14 32 14 18 74 95 10 12 9 032 100 930 975 955 859 235 624 011 164 462 674 932 2.61 3.07 11 031 3 761 341 3 442 2 972 863 14 651 19 629 1 340 12 555 18 942 1 509 12 889 24 572 1 906 1 803 2 645 5 166 2 165 729 381 12 234 24 436 1 997 177 173 50 42 8 17 7 10 43 50 5 5 3 588 845 564 224 340 901 618 283 577 683 360 760 743 2.55 2.98 7 353 2 614 356 2 335 2 064 884 10 046 13 902 1 384 8 607 13 410 1 558 9 314 17 952 1 927 1 312 1 965 3 558 1 618 536 325 8 856 17 868 2 018 125 124 36 31 5 11 5 6 32 35 4 3 436 459 758 008 750 934 360 574 004 757 020 986 977 2.56 2.96

1

1 1 1 2

1 2 6 6 1 1

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
All persons In households Family householder Male Female Nonfamily householder Male Female Spouse Child Other relatives Nonrelatives In group quarters Persons per household Persons per family 061 061 746 611 135 370 167 203 1 567 2 088 196 94 – 2.88 3.21 1 746 642 259 1 590 627 259 73 7 – 56 56 9 9 25 1 561 91.2 61 61 – – 2 116 59 68 8

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN
Families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Married-couple families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Female householder, no husband present With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Subfamilies With own children under 18 years Married-couple subfamilies With own children under 18 years Mother-child subfamilies Persons under 18 years Percent living with two parents 855 280 811 075 199 519 979 526 678 643 322 582 261 1 648 84 057 81.3 5 092 4 946 109 37 145 337 2 536 4 876 1 516 99 45 21 84 38 19 11 5 1 2 2 11 4 1 8 3 1 1 083 166 978 802 397 755 796 667 181 241 226 34 19 156 7 799 78.1 650 626 15 9 21 643 251 763 207 83 38 18 70 32 16 9 4 1 2 1 274 658 671 850 990 873 345 395 298 246 964 505 223 1 427 71 489 82.2 4 175 4 081 82 12 115 686 2 124 3 896 1 179 44 18 8 38 16 8 3 1 345 819 803 851 420 002 962 738 528 1 264 1 144 233 113 787 35 822 82.0 1 943 1 905 17 21 57 719 1 226 1 977 505 93 42 20 79 35 18 10 4 1 2 2 636 112 154 358 968 272 696 744 337 553 247 555 249 1 583 78 017 82.2 4 525 4 384 106 35 134 591 2 418 4 682 1 309 6 2 1 5 1 1 1 706 284 152 057 803 013 299 429 114 151 136 30 15 89 4 238 75.0 385 361 15 9 14 802 153 611 148 86 39 19 74 34 17 9 4 1 2 2 930 828 002 301 165 259 397 315 223 402 111 525 234 1 494 73 779 82.6 4 140 4 023 91 26 119 789 2 265 4 071 1 161 50 21 10 43 18 9 5 2 564 987 460 568 651 249 245 520 869 1 354 1 219 260 125 852 41 862 80.2 2 510 2 467 20 23 68 465 1 344 2 171 712 36 15 7 31 13 6 3 1 758 452 217 985 309 487 477 574 491 1 028 929 195 96 652 29 313 81.0 1 745 1 724 8 13 48 692 998 1 598 455

UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLDS
Total Male and female Both male Both female

SELECTED LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Households With one or more subfamilies With related members 15 years and over other than spouse, children, parents, or parents-in-law of householder With roomer, boarder, or foster child 15 years and over

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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 62.

Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability of White Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Urban Inside urbanized area Total Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL
Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school Preprimary school Public school Elementary or high school Public school College Public college Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Persons 18 to 24 years Percent enrolled in college Persons 16 to 19 years Percent not enrolled, not high school graduate 97 7 3 55 41 34 25 97 4 43 11 9 13 7 6 45

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

444 673 012 469 904 302 707 444 104 924 968 855 691 804 098 801 45.7 21 227 7.6 45 15 19 4 251 1 11 29 77 45 9 9 43 23 132 6 16 44 23 5 5 20 8 801 191 365 916 051 740 059 279 470 997 355 330 055 766 628 905 229 161 889 912 758 276 937 561

9 733 718 225 5 364 3 910 3 651 2 159 9 733 427 4 129 1 092 755 1 024 1 259 1 047 5 122 29.1 1 979 10.9 5 122 1 736 1 929 643 35 162 337 2 168 4 582 9 006 5 891 1 325 1 178 6 850 3 825 19 136 181 1 520 2 613 5 320 3 178 768 701 3 286 1 569 35 162 1.0 79.8 54.2 30.4 5 113 90.5 38.1 4 547 93.9 39.6 45 931 4 376 435 2 400 664 877 1 498 214 760 231 293 464 43 115 754 105 295 131 223

83 6 2 46 35 29 22 83 3 37 10 8 12 6 4 38

201 601 591 951 047 649 740 201 515 310 191 785 395 241 764 905 48.9 18 356 7.2 38 12 16 4 201 1 7 22 63 37 7 7 34 19 105 4 12 36 19 4 4 16 6 905 727 963 092 793 307 824 510 263 795 512 605 733 244 629 695 132 203 667 410 665 273 827 757

4 510 354 196 3 154 2 947 1 002 808 4 510 162 2 485 685 315 272 304 287 1 774 24.3 892 8.1 1 774 728 473 181 14 096 96 1 067 2 187 5 201 2 311 518 547 1 472 697 7 863 29 577 1 345 2 902 1 324 325 302 824 235 14 096 .7 76.2 39.3 15.4 1 662 87.4 17.9 1 668 90.6 21.4 19 261 737 203 426 34 74 274 98 159 10 7 54 18 139 119 34 79 6 –

33 2 1 24 21 6 5 33 1 19 4 2 1 1 2 12

326 270 425 083 602 973 575 326 071 041 890 022 916 901 485 406 23.0 7 395 14.6

1 430 101 50 1 063 799 266 244 1 430 42 845 243 86 79 46 89 427 31.1 424 24.8 427 153 108 28 4 073 50 418 685 1 685 519 92 113 408 103 1 999 26 166 378 814 280 57 62 190 26 4 073 1.2 71.7 30.3 12.5 338 92.0 16.3 267 79.8 12.4 5 753 463 226 184 47 6 317 183 109 21 4 41 5 753 274 149 107 16 2

734 227 846 519 716 988 174 734 866 956 082 165 048 966 651 676 47.6 19 787 7.9 41 13 17 4 234 1 10 27 72 41 8 8 40 22 123 5 14 42 21 5 4 19 8 676 723 605 602 755 603 097 709 972 873 612 326 866 697 130 868 490 805 238 752 338 756 794 089

90 7 2 51 37 31 24 90 3 40 11 9 13 6 5 41

5 156 426 128 2 866 1 684 1 864 1 135 5 156 252 2 220 584 199 452 782 667 2 226 21.8 762 17.7 2 226 670 621 459 23 567 232 1 738 3 501 5 820 3 572 893 583 4 586 2 642 12 925 133 1 230 1 953 3 491 1 965 517 343 2 216 1 077 23 567 1.0 76.8 52.1 30.7 3 441 89.7 41.3 3 009 93.4 40.9 28 873 3 406 309 1 703 597 797 1 222 178 581 218 245 429 27 749 696 105 267 131 193

578 801 718 653 032 124 039 578 614 736 498 966 596 184 984 450 49.0 19 025 7.5 39 13 16 4 211 1 8 24 67 38 7 7 36 20 110 4 12 38 19 4 4 17 7 450 053 984 143 188 371 359 208 152 301 719 743 280 055 205 735 260 852 747 787 821 413 578 012

85 6 2 48 36 30 23 85 3 38 10 8 12 6 4 39

40 2 1 28 25 9 7 40 1 22 5 2 2 2 2 16

036 716 591 033 790 287 108 036 309 009 776 712 559 739 932 531 24.0 8 835 12.8

950 650 109 739 130 561 571 950 761 15 463 4 045 1 636 1 454 1 568 2 023 10 402 21.1 6 133 14.7 10 402 4 557 2 826 331 86 266 1 012 7 445 15 895 33 894 12 617 2 689 2 091 7 167 3 456 44 485 432 3 370 8 231 18 074 6 469 1 585 1 256 3 560 1 508 86 266 1.2 71.8 32.5 12.3 9 942 77.4 9.9 10 113 84.4 12.2 117 5 1 3 822 302 173 114 683 332 2 115 721 1 116 160 118

26 1 1 19 18 5 4 26

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 18 to 24 years High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Females 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Persons 25 years and over less than 5th grade high school graduate or higher some college or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Males 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Females 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher 12 406 5 336 3 447 436 104 134 1 206 8 368 18 490 40 181 15 333 3 188 2 571 9 689 5 108 53 346 539 3 655 9 521 21 456 7 833 1 875 1 553 4 805 2 109 104 134 1.2 73.1 34.5 14.2 12 188 79.1 12.1 12 158 85.8 14.0 142 6 1 3 456 292 320 768 782 422 2 352 739 1 270 187 156 16 531 6 804 5 207 750 120 430 1 343 9 330 20 060 44 679 19 457 3 931 3 575 11 878 6 177 62 844 576 4 394 10 877 24 107 9 993 2 295 2 073 5 948 2 581 120 430 1.1 74.5 37.4 15.0 14 812 81.2 13.7 14 824 86.4 16.3 166 7 1 4 908 646 602 743 808 493 2 835 884 1 591 180 180

251 051 .7 83.2 52.4 26.6 35 625 90.3 30.3 35 220 93.1 31.2 356 19 2 12 2 2 5 162 990 576 801 506 107 877 810 3 380 894 793

201 793 .6 84.3 53.0 26.7 28 850 90.5 29.6 29 005 93.1 30.5 290 14 1 9 1 1 4 970 877 938 975 808 156 105 498 2 461 653 493

234 755 .7 83.2 52.1 27.1 33 001 90.3 31.0 32 554 93.4 31.6 331 18 2 11 2 2 5 710 636 294 826 480 036 394 665 3 059 901 769

211 188 .6 83.9 52.1 26.7 29 560 90.3 29.8 29 545 93.4 30.7 302 15 1 10 1 1 4 837 230 985 123 883 239 172 487 2 478 683 524

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Persons 5 years and over Speak a language other than English 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Do not speak English " very well" 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN HOUSEHOLD
Linguistically isolated households Persons 5 years and over in households In linguistically isolated households 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over 1 370 343 215 2 287 208 1 132 433 514 852 281 961 1 414 69 758 296 291 335 140 387 969 339 477 95 58 1 274 320 485 2 112 174 1 022 432 484 845 292 736 1 416 69 755 301 291 431 163 117 1 144 373 587 96 88 301 116 845 890 333 404 95 58

DISABILITY STATUS OF CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
Persons 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Persons 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Persons 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation 251 8 4 1 6 16 8 6 234 193 29 3 2 1 16 5 4 2 206 336 080 240 052 372 085 537 834 595 491 218 212 976 722 119 345 648 29 627 1 091 666 183 750 2 419 1 075 1 135 27 208 23 435 4 810 636 373 437 3 972 1 254 1 125 618 209 6 3 1 5 12 6 4 196 161 22 2 1 1 11 3 2 1 928 874 229 011 023 977 538 974 951 496 678 344 667 430 277 518 917 838 11 651 371 185 46 279 976 472 428 10 675 8 664 2 003 238 172 109 1 473 347 303 192 96 749 4 510 2 204 614 3 496 8 457 3 524 4 096 88 292 71 673 14 122 1 577 1 160 978 7 153 1 756 1 485 916 3 815 116 60 5 80 284 141 118 3 531 2 850 584 88 37 67 296 98 80 45 237 8 3 1 5 14 7 5 222 183 27 2 1 1 15 4 3 2 566 022 797 144 889 974 391 976 592 576 208 924 948 834 203 737 999 449 18 718 729 438 120 477 1 576 669 785 17 142 15 014 3 464 514 286 377 3 131 1 004 921 476 218 7 3 1 5 13 6 5 205 168 23 2 1 1 12 3 3 1 848 293 359 024 412 398 722 191 450 562 744 410 662 457 072 733 078 973 110 389 4 824 2 487 710 3 659 9 855 4 218 4 657 100 534 81 692 16 405 1 871 1 424 1 120 8 672 2 138 1 831 1 115 79 722 3 770 1 896 564 2 929 7 284 2 990 3 566 72 438 58 715 12 362 1 395 1 069 868 6 175 1 481 1 264 758

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 63.

Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability of Black Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Urban Inside urbanized area Total Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL
Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school Preprimary school Public school Elementary or high school Public school College Public college Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Persons 18 to 24 years Percent enrolled in college Persons 16 to 19 years Percent not enrolled, not high school graduate 28 1 1 19 18 6 5 28

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

053 505 152 656 471 892 614 053 962 15 017 3 764 2 225 2 258 1 924 1 903 11 645 30.3 6 063 13.0 11 645 4 535 3 767 539 49 452 1 002 3 334 11 948 16 191 8 708 1 094 1 211 3 815 2 149 27 756 451 1 824 6 799 8 959 5 149 739 692 2 115 1 028 49 452 2.0 67.1 34.3 12.1 7 395 76.6 11.6 9 096 80.3 12.2 81 339 3 506 869 2 521 76 40 1 015 295 685 35 – 148 77 908 268 88 160 20 –

14 070 693 579 9 908 9 410 3 469 2 912 14 070 479 7 503 1 872 1 307 1 220 854 835 6 228 32.1 3 445 15.9 6 228 2 440 1 954 226 25 353 692 1 969 7 017 8 667 3 831 521 497 1 408 751 14 547 323 1 169 4 042 4 892 2 354 334 264 817 352 25 353 2.7 61.8 27.6 8.5 3 579 72.3 7.0 4 260 75.5 8.5 41 806 1 729 439 1 234 35 21 561 174 367 20 – 67 39 721 169 78 71 20 –

12 054 718 498 8 190 7 519 3 146 2 450 12 054 438 6 305 1 654 852 928 961 916 4 745 29.9 2 300 7.8 4 745 1 854 1 665 310 20 423 226 888 3 475 6 550 4 438 511 657 2 323 1 355 11 100 85 414 1 890 3 551 2 519 375 378 1 246 642 20 423 1.1 77.5 45.5 18.0 3 230 85.8 18.4 4 188 87.2 17.3 33 610 1 597 380 1 169 33 15 430 121 294 15 – 81 32 887 99 10 89 – –

1 929 94 75 1 558 1 542 277 252 1 929 45 1 209 238 66 110 109 152 672 15.5 318 20.1 672 241 148 3 3 676 84 477 1 456 974 439 62 57 84 43 2 109 43 241 867 516 276 30 50 52 34 3 676 2.3 45.1 18.6 3.5 586 52.7 1.5 648 67.7 4.2 5 923 180 50 118 8 4 24 – 24 – – – 5 300 – – – – –

6 179 249 218 4 996 4 899 934 899 6 179 119 3 830 796 419 268 474 273 2 345 15.4 1 398 16.2 2 345 1 023 375 55 13 268 691 1 925 4 176 4 030 1 388 191 201 449 217 6 704 217 949 2 105 2 067 727 113 90 298 138 13 268 5.2 48.8 18.4 5.0 2 148 68.7 2.7 1 928 74.2 7.0 20 771 628 189 391 42 6 188 73 113 2 – 28 19 519 49 11 38 – –

85 – – 72 62 13 13 85 – 43 29 5 – 2 6 8 62.5 34 – 8 8 – – 225 11 70 59 43 12 – – 30 – 124 4 30 28 30 2 – – 30 – 225 4.9 37.8 18.7 13.3 21 90.5 – 31 90.3 64.5 313 18 6 – 12 – – – – – – – 313 – – – – –

21 570 1 176 910 15 538 14 443 4 856 3 848 21 570 793 11 763 2 997 1 507 1 381 1 623 1 506 8 726 23.9 4 564 13.8 8 726 3 577 2 385 434 41 526 779 2 632 10 065 14 118 6 994 843 1 052 3 242 1 801 22 774 308 1 393 5 462 7 680 4 132 628 570 1 748 853 41 526 1.9 67.5 33.6 12.1 6 524 77.0 12.1 7 286 80.7 12.7 66 203 2 790 605 2 088 68 29 819 245 539 35 – 134 63 608 236 78 138 20 –

10 672 546 459 8 233 7 810 1 893 1 501 10 672 421 6 213 1 530 688 533 603 684 4 212 18.5 2 430 18.6 4 212 1 828 883 130 21 367 569 1 691 6 297 7 545 2 938 417 391 1 010 509 12 256 243 973 3 645 4 225 1 867 296 226 538 243 21 367 2.7 60.0 24.6 7.1 3 017 69.8 7.5 3 581 73.3 6.3 34 056 1 231 291 889 35 16 431 147 264 20 – 67 33 284 169 78 71 20 –

10 898 630 451 7 305 6 633 2 963 2 347 10 898 372 5 550 1 467 819 848 1 020 822 4 514 28.9 2 134 8.2 4 514 1 749 1 502 304 20 159 210 941 3 768 6 573 4 056 426 661 2 232 1 292 10 518 65 420 1 817 3 455 2 265 332 344 1 210 610 20 159 1.0 75.6 43.0 17.5 3 507 83.2 16.1 3 705 87.9 18.8 32 147 1 559 314 1 199 33 13 388 98 275 15 – 67 30 324 67 – 67 – –

12 662 578 460 9 114 8 927 2 970 2 665 12 662 288 7 084 1 563 1 137 1 145 775 670 5 264 34.3 2 897 13.4 5 264 1 981 1 757 160 21 194 914 2 627 6 059 6 103 3 102 442 360 1 022 565 11 686 360 1 380 3 442 3 346 1 744 224 212 665 313 21 194 4.3 54.7 25.9 7.5 3 019 70.3 4.1 3 738 76.4 8.7 35 907 1 344 453 824 50 17 384 123 259 2 – 42 33 819 81 21 60 – –

5 534 249 218 4 622 4 565 663 629 5 534 119 3 626 750 335 248 234 222 2 024 15.5 1 260 17.2 2 024 905 345 43 11 505 674 1 794 3 607 3 420 1 131 189 122 399 169 6 232 217 894 1 998 1 895 641 111 88 273 115 11 505 5.9 47.2 17.5 4.9 1 479 66.1 3.5 1 854 73.9 7.2 18 431 508 184 276 42 6 188 73 113 2 – 28 18 257 49 11 38 – –

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 18 to 24 years High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Females 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Persons 25 years and over less than 5th grade high school graduate or higher some college or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Males 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Females 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Persons 5 years and over Speak a language other than English 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Do not speak English " very well" 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN HOUSEHOLD
Linguistically isolated households Persons 5 years and over in households In linguistically isolated households 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over

DISABILITY STATUS OF CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
Persons 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Persons 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Persons 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation 55 242 4 274 1 609 379 3 537 5 864 2 285 3 117 49 378 39 973 4 013 954 538 742 2 193 936 839 536 28 153 2 567 1 071 262 2 067 3 346 1 112 1 972 24 807 19 443 2 485 663 364 526 1 358 583 538 336 23 821 1 527 481 117 1 320 2 007 1 035 848 21 814 18 455 1 098 189 109 133 648 275 246 140 3 268 180 57 – 150 511 138 297 2 757 2 075 430 102 65 83 187 78 55 60 12 892 828 407 97 634 1 605 530 939 11 287 9 203 1 473 225 151 148 734 241 214 105 214 36 – – 36 19 2 7 195 166 32 – – – 16 16 12 4 45 118 3 510 1 354 330 2 893 4 750 1 899 2 547 40 368 33 336 3 427 814 476 626 1 839 734 669 407 22 724 2 106 904 215 1 682 2 826 926 1 699 19 898 15 922 2 213 600 347 468 1 177 465 440 259 22 394 1 404 450 115 1 211 1 924 973 848 20 470 17 414 1 214 214 129 158 662 269 229 148 23 016 1 592 662 146 1 278 2 719 916 1 509 20 297 15 840 2 059 365 213 264 1 088 443 384 234 11 995 790 390 97 596 1 500 482 882 10 495 8 553 1 315 211 149 134 685 228 209 94

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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 64.

Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Urban Inside urbanized area Total Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL
Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school Preprimary school Public school Elementary or high school Public school College Public college Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Persons 18 to 24 years Percent enrolled in college Persons 16 to 19 years Percent not enrolled, not high school graduate

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

200 – – 108 85 92 57 200 – 51 37 43 15 21 33 146 25.3 89 14.6 146 38 63 9 683 7 57 90 216 152 29 – 48 84 282 6 8 42 129 49 10 – 20 18 683 1.0 77.5 45.8 19.3 104 87.5 14.4 81 84.0 8.6 929 80 11 69 – – 22 5 17 – – – 892 – – – – –

70 – – 30 19 40 25 70 – 13 12 22 – 16 7 58 37.9 43 20.9 58 15 34 – 140 – 6 31 51 22 – – 18 12 57 – 6 16 15 – – – 13 7 140 – 73.6 37.1 21.4 39 100.0 – 20 75.0 35.0 223 18 5 13 – – 5 5 – – – – 196 – – – – –

130 – – 78 66 52 32 130 – 38 25 21 15 5 26 88 17.0 46 8.7 88 23 29 9 483 7 36 40 159 130 29 – 23 59 212 6 2 20 114 49 10 – – 11 483 1.4 82.8 49.9 17.0 52 100.0 28.8 61 86.9 – 646 62 6 56 – – 17 – 17 – – – 636 – – – – –

– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 60 – 15 19 6 – – – 7 13 13 – – 6 – – – – 7 – 60 – 43.3 33.3 33.3 13 – – – – – 60 – – – – – – – – – – – 60 – – – – –

202 10 10 173 173 19 19 202 – 143 30 20 7 – 2 59 25.4 46 19.6 59 19 14 – 939 11 239 212 297 117 29 1 28 5 463 11 84 112 139 60 29 1 25 2 939 1.2 50.8 19.2 3.5 144 84.0 – 129 86.8 6.2 1 176 52 20 32 – – 17 7 10 – – – 1 147 – – – – –

– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 56 – 26 16 14 – – – – – 24 – 7 9 8 – – – – – 56 – 25.0 – – – – – – – – 56 9 – 9 – – – – – – – – 56 – – – – –

154 – – 87 64 67 32 154 – 40 32 21 15 13 33 97 15.5 62 21.0 97 23 29 9 559 7 45 43 167 175 29 – 27 66 259 6 14 20 127 57 10 – 7 18 559 1.3 83.0 53.1 16.6 78 100.0 19.2 100 92.0 7.0 740 71 11 60 – – 22 5 17 – – – 706 – – – – –

26 – – 11 – 15 – 26 – 5 6 – – 8 7 9 – 15 60.0 9 – – – 65 – – 15 22 14 – – 7 7 35 – – 6 15 – – – 7 7 65 – 76.9 43.1 21.5 7 100.0 – 15 100.0 46.7 85 12 5 7 – – 5 5 – – – – 85 – – – – –

128 – – 76 64 52 32 128 – 35 26 21 15 5 26 88 17.0 47 8.5 88 23 29 9 494 7 45 28 145 161 29 – 20 59 224 6 14 14 112 57 10 – – 11 494 1.4 83.8 54.5 16.0 71 100.0 21.1 85 90.6 – 655 59 6 53 – – 17 – 17 – – – 621 – – – – –

248 10 10 194 194 44 44 248 – 154 35 42 7 8 2 108 34.3 73 12.3 108 34 48 – 1 063 11 251 259 346 94 29 1 49 23 486 11 78 134 141 52 29 1 38 2 1 063 1.0 51.0 18.4 6.8 170 78.8 – 110 80.0 7.3 1 365 61 20 41 – – 17 7 10 – – – 1 333 – – – – –

197 10 10 168 168 19 19 197 – 143 25 20 7 – 2 59 25.4 41 22.0 59 19 14 – 855 11 222 212 271 76 29 1 28 5 425 11 72 112 123 50 29 1 25 2 855 1.3 48.0 16.3 3.9 107 78.5 – 103 83.5 7.8 1 087 48 20 28 – – 17 7 10 – – – 1 082 – – – – –

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 18 to 24 years High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Females 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Persons 25 years and over Percent less than 5th grade Percent high school graduate or higher Percent some college or higher Percent bachelor’s degree or higher Males 25 to 34 years Percent high school graduate or higher Percent bachelor’s degree or higher Females 25 to 34 years Percent high school graduate or higher Percent bachelor’s degree or higher

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Persons 5 years and over Speak a language other than English 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Do not speak English " very well" 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN HOUSEHOLD
Linguistically isolated households Persons 5 years and over in households In linguistically isolated households 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over

DISABILITY STATUS OF CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
Persons 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Persons 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Persons 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation 753 41 26 12 29 134 40 88 619 544 69 22 – 22 18 12 12 6 191 12 12 12 6 25 6 13 166 131 14 9 – 9 – – – – 534 20 14 – 14 87 34 53 447 407 29 – – – 12 6 6 – 28 9 – – 9 22 – 22 6 6 26 13 – 13 6 6 6 6 794 47 33 3 23 117 52 58 677 531 105 15 15 10 89 20 20 14 27 – – – – – – – 27 18 14 – – – 15 – – – 615 26 20 6 20 95 50 45 520 497 26 9 – 9 12 6 6 – 71 6 6 6 6 – – – 71 71 9 9 – 9 – – – – 544 20 14 – 14 95 50 45 449 426 17 – – – 12 6 6 – 932 62 39 9 32 156 42 101 776 578 148 28 15 23 95 26 26 20 729 47 33 3 23 101 36 58 628 489 105 15 15 10 89 20 20 14

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 65.

Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability of Asian or Pacific Islander Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Urban Inside urbanized area Total Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL
Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school Preprimary school Public school Elementary or high school Public school College Public college Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Persons 18 to 24 years Percent enrolled in college Persons 16 to 19 years Percent not enrolled, not high school graduate

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

2 783 180 41 1 237 942 1 366 912 2 783 124 871 274 257 516 536 205 964 66.3 472 3.4 964 248 376 185 699 123 175 323 649 421 129 87 289 503 517 63 133 256 478 262 100 56 695 474

190 20 4 134 90 36 20 190 8 123 17 6 4 28 4 52 7.7 28 – 52 5 36 5 549 11 28 87 80 102 32 – 92 117 302 11 21 67 43 59 19 – 32 50 549 2.0 77.0 62.5 38.1 99 100.0 47.5 86 75.6 25.6 748 509 58 405 32 14 190 13 163 – 14 54 738 121 29 78 – 14

2 531 160 37 1 069 818 1 302 864 2 531 116 737 234 240 495 508 201 884 68.7 410 3.9 884 232 323 180 035 112 147 219 536 313 91 79 180 358 159 52 112 178 420 203 81 48 657 408

62 – – 34 34 28 28 62 – 11 23 11 17 – – 28 100.0 34 – 28 11 17 – 115 – – 17 33 6 6 8 17 28 56 – – 11 15 – – 8 6 16 115 – 85.2 56.5 39.1 12 50.0 – 29 100.0 20.7 177 136 34 102 – – 26 11 15 – – – 171 – – – – –

396 14 3 297 240 85 72 396 11 205 83 18 25 20 34 70 44.3 71 – 70 31 22 2 749 37 31 67 246 72 26 16 83 171 460 24 17 50 172 47 18 16 54 62 749 4.9 82.0 49.1 33.9 96 92.7 35.4 129 87.6 15.5 1 120 794 152 590 50 2 406 63 312 29 2 71 1 120 230 75 142 13 –

17 – – 6 6 11 – 17 – 6 – – – – 11 – – – – – – – – 15 – – – 4 – – – – 11 15 – – – 4 – – – – 11 15 – 100.0 73.3 73.3 – – – – – – 21 11 – 11 – – – – – – – – 21 – – – – –

2 623 166 29 1 168 833 1 289 848 2 623 122 851 261 220 467 511 191 833 72.1 398 4.0 833 209 332 185 170 100 143 250 459 346 98 88 226 460 157 43 101 190 355 208 81 64 664 451

72 8 – 57 30 7 – 72 – 56 3 6 – 7 – 22 – 9 – 22 – 11 5 223 6 13 57 23 53 7 – 35 29 111 6 6 46 14 25 – – – 14 223 2.7 65.9 55.6 28.7 51 100.0 54.9 31 71.0 – 311 241 34 189 15 3 119 5 111 – 3 28 311 55 5 47 – 3

2 551 158 29 1 111 803 1 282 848 2 551 122 795 258 214 467 504 191 811 74.1 389 4.1 811 209 321 180 947 94 130 193 436 293 91 88 191 431 046 37 95 144 341 183 81 64 664 437

556 28 15 366 349 162 136 556 13 225 96 55 74 45 48 201 34.3 145 – 201 70 66 2 1 278 60 63 140 436 147 57 15 146 214 820 44 49 116 295 101 37 8 85 85 1 278 4.7 79.4 45.3 28.2 143 90.9 26.6 227 86.3 18.5 1 829 1 215 168 974 56 17 476 55 386 18 17 74 1 813 189 57 117 – 15

255 8 3 178 178 69 56 255 5 115 54 11 25 14 31 63 38.1 52 – 63 31 15 2 552 24 21 52 220 62 26 – 61 86 345 18 7 43 152 37 18 – 38 32 552 4.3 82.4 42.6 26.6 75 90.7 25.3 105 91.4 11.4 797 548 100 409 37 2 264 36 210 16 2 39 797 110 33 77 – –

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 18 to 24 years High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Females 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Persons 25 years and over less than 5th grade high school graduate or higher some college or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Males 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Females 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher

4

4

4

3

1 1 2

1 1 2

1 1 2

1 1 2

4 699 2.6 86.8 73.0 59.4 787 94.0 73.7 867 85.8 51.0 6 893 5 176 623 4 379 107 67 1 946 130 1 723 50 43 376 6 783 960 129 813 – 18

4 035 2.8 88.2 74.9 62.9 676 93.9 78.8 752 86.4 55.1 5 968 4 531 531 3 872 75 53 1 730 106 1 545 50 29 322 5 874 839 100 735 – 4

4 170 2.4 88.2 77.2 64.4 740 94.5 77.8 769 86.0 54.6 6 184 4 755 607 3 995 101 52 1 876 138 1 649 61 28 373 6 090 1 001 147 838 13 3

3 947 2.4 89.4 78.4 66.4 689 94.0 79.5 738 86.6 56.9 5 873 4 514 573 3 806 86 49 1 757 133 1 538 61 25 345 5 779 946 142 791 13 –

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Persons 5 years and over Speak a language other than English 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Do not speak English " very well" 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN HOUSEHOLD
Linguistically isolated households Persons 5 years and over in households In linguistically isolated households 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over

DISABILITY STATUS OF CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
Persons 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Persons 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Persons 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation 5 583 178 57 22 158 167 60 88 5 416 3 851 136 34 23 11 76 18 13 13 551 30 6 – 24 28 7 15 523 404 32 20 13 7 14 5 – 5 4 878 148 51 22 134 129 53 63 4 749 3 332 98 14 10 4 62 13 13 8 154 – – – – 10 – 10 144 115 6 – – – – – – – 816 18 6 – 18 6 – 6 810 603 50 14 14 7 2 – – – 15 – – – – – – – 15 15 – – – – – – – – 4 963 151 43 22 145 101 47 41 4 862 3 451 124 36 25 11 61 13 13 8 230 24 – – 24 9 – 9 221 156 15 15 8 7 3 – – – 4 733 127 43 22 121 92 47 32 4 641 3 295 109 21 17 4 58 13 13 8 1 436 45 20 – 31 72 13 53 1 364 1 003 62 12 12 7 17 5 – 5 613 15 6 – 15 6 – 6 607 447 37 7 7 7 2 – – –

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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 66.

Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Urban Inside urbanized area Total Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL
Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school Preprimary school Public school Elementary or high school Public school College Public college Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Persons 18 to 24 years Percent enrolled in college Persons 16 to 19 years Percent not enrolled, not high school graduate

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

4 361 208 128 3 101 2 762 1 052 847 4 361 114 2 324 638 262 358 354 311 1 953 26.3 886 17.8 1 953 643 579 44 6 394 498 803 1 230 1 331 1 000 226 225 647 434 3 153 248 352 552 752 504 119 132 351 143 6 394 7.8 60.4 39.6 16.9 1 402 57.5 14.6 1 273 78.2 17.4 11 8 2 5 586 309 077 967 145 120 3 594 799 2 660 51 84

1 947 71 42 1 610 1 454 266 232 1 947 51 1 138 321 139 108 67 123 910 18.4 457 19.7 910 275 214 – 2 642 286 481 649 537 309 92 46 162 80 1 292 180 225 298 275 128 64 22 81 19 2 642 10.8 46.4 26.1 9.2 586 55.3 11.9 479 66.4 6.3 5 4 1 2 149 174 266 778 75 55 1 974 560 1 333 36 45 329 4 948 940 284 613 3 40

2 249 137 86 1 334 1 151 778 607 2 249 53 1 096 290 123 250 249 188 972 35.6 421 16.2 972 345 363 44 3 450 195 233 492 749 676 126 170 474 335 1 748 68 103 235 442 368 47 101 270 114 3 450 5.7 73.3 51.6 23.4 713 67.6 18.8 747 85.8 25.6 5 919 3 757 715 2 910 67 65 1 373 207 1 112 15 39 276 5 752 640 138 477 7 18

165 – – 157 157 8 8 165 10 90 27 – – 38 – 71 – 8 – 71 23 2 – 302 17 89 89 45 15 8 9 11 19 113 – 24 19 35 8 8 9 – 10 302 5.6 35.4 20.5 9.9 103 – – 47 76.6 – 518 378 96 279 3 – 247 32 215 – – 42 506 198 31 167 – –

867 26 16 679 677 162 110 867 12 380 134 37 99 58 147 331 17.2 158 31.6 331 53 76 18 1 171 87 152 247 264 155 65 34 107 60 457 21 61 55 126 81 34 21 41 17 1 171 7.4 58.5 36.0 14.3 285 49.8 11.6 147 78.9 – 2 069 1 278 277 946 44 11 644 136 490 7 11 82 1 813 358 122 230 6 –

– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

3 656 161 86 2 645 2 319 850 681 3 656 83 1 927 544 176 318 254 354 1 614 23.4 717 21.1 1 614 492 446 39 5 628 494 684 1 134 1 187 775 213 194 551 396 2 701 229 296 489 647 402 98 110 314 116 5 628 8.8 58.9 37.8 16.8 1 166 59.1 16.3 1 060 77.3 19.2 950 375 863 283 117 112 3 162 714 2 323 49 76 555 9 518 1 438 372 1 006 10 50 9 7 1 5

1 594 62 33 1 409 1 266 123 110 1 594 42 1 025 273 69 49 38 98 687 7.7 350 25.7 687 196 85 – 2 231 267 438 601 427 224 79 29 103 63 1 109 161 199 289 237 92 51 14 52 14 2 231 12.0 41.5 22.3 7.4 468 53.6 13.9 438 64.4 6.8 344 729 216 414 52 47 1 795 533 1 189 36 37 301 4 282 850 257 558 3 32 4 3 1 2

2 062 99 53 1 236 1 053 727 571 2 062 41 902 271 107 269 216 256 927 35.0 367 16.6 927 296 361 39 3 397 227 246 533 760 551 134 165 448 333 1 592 68 97 200 410 310 47 96 262 102 3 397 6.7 70.4 48.0 23.0 698 62.8 17.9 622 86.3 27.8 5 606 3 646 647 2 869 65 65 1 367 181 1 134 13 39 254 5 236 588 115 448 7 18

1 572 73 58 1 135 1 120 364 276 1 572 43 777 228 123 139 158 104 670 28.8 327 17.4 670 204 209 23 1 937 91 271 343 408 380 78 65 203 98 909 40 117 118 231 183 55 43 78 44 1 937 4.7 63.6 42.5 15.5 521 49.7 9.0 360 81.1 5.0 3 705 2 212 491 1 630 72 19 1 076 221 827 9 19 174 3 501 698 203 481 6 8

689 19 16 544 542 126 81 689 12 347 124 35 66 42 63 265 20.8 148 31.8 265 51 61 18 846 54 136 150 175 128 41 28 86 48 412 21 57 50 108 77 34 21 27 17 846 6.4 59.8 39.1 15.8 186 46.2 17.7 140 77.9 – 1 635 961 251 655 44 11 537 136 383 7 11 74 1 592 331 122 203 6 –

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 18 to 24 years High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Females 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Persons 25 years and over less than 5th grade high school graduate or higher some college or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Males 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Females 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Persons 5 years and over Speak a language other than English 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Do not speak English " very well" 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN HOUSEHOLD
Linguistically isolated households Persons 5 years and over in households In linguistically isolated households 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over 647 11 206 1 778 453 1 257 10 58

DISABILITY STATUS OF CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
Persons 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Persons 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Persons 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation 8 068 484 211 57 367 573 230 322 7 495 6 049 208 46 29 38 159 63 63 36 3 504 234 159 36 157 315 93 209 3 189 2 491 83 8 8 – 66 16 16 8 4 202 241 52 21 201 241 126 107 3 961 3 286 118 34 17 34 93 47 47 28 362 9 – – 9 17 11 6 345 272 7 4 4 4 – – – – 1 322 85 36 14 57 144 65 53 1 178 943 60 4 4 4 13 13 13 2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6 981 411 186 57 319 511 210 288 6 470 5 333 176 42 25 34 153 57 57 30 2 956 213 142 36 153 289 84 192 2 667 2 165 60 8 8 – 58 8 8 – 4 025 198 44 21 166 222 126 96 3 803 3 168 116 34 17 34 95 49 49 30 2 409 158 61 14 105 206 85 87 2 203 1 659 92 8 8 8 19 19 19 8 1 109 81 36 14 53 124 45 53 985 787 60 4 4 4 11 11 11 –

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 67.

Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Urban Inside urbanized area Total Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL
Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school Preprimary school Public school Elementary or high school Public school College Public college Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Persons 18 to 24 years Percent enrolled in college Persons 16 to 19 years Percent not enrolled, not high school graduate 95 7 2 54 40 33 25 95 4 43 11 9 13 7 5 45

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

692 607 972 277 912 808 340 692 073 111 663 718 538 661 928 100 45.9 20 858 7.6 45 14 19 4 248 1 10 28 76 45 9 9 42 23 131 6 15 44 23 5 5 20 8 100 962 129 887 240 654 782 914 868 548 237 204 601 432 193 866 063 996 550 671 703 196 672 476

9 279 708 215 4 998 3 573 3 573 2 102 9 279 417 3 950 999 711 1 011 1 219 972 4 951 29.5 1 881 10.6 4 951 1 692 1 898 643 34 340 326 2 034 4 423 8 868 5 785 1 266 1 154 6 707 3 777 18 758 170 1 434 2 543 5 269 3 150 732 693 3 205 1 562 34 340 .9 80.2 54.4 30.5 4 885 91.5 38.8 4 462 94.2 39.6 44 649 3 566 263 1 828 622 853 1 101 100 520 212 269 387 41 886 546 36 183 128 199

81 6 2 46 34 29 22 81 3 36 9 8 12 6 4 38

964 545 561 186 453 233 430 964 494 720 996 692 255 138 669 398 48.9 18 093 7.2 38 12 16 4 199 1 7 22 62 37 7 7 34 18 104 4 12 36 19 4 4 16 6 398 557 758 063 894 232 716 317 825 465 453 503 422 961 630 667 069 117 405 203 646 201 643 679

4 449 354 196 3 093 2 886 1 002 808 4 449 162 2 441 668 315 272 304 287 1 751 24.6 884 8.1 1 751 713 473 181 14 006 96 1 032 2 174 5 175 2 298 518 547 1 472 694 7 805 29 560 1 336 2 876 1 318 325 302 824 235 14 006 .7 76.4 39.5 15.5 1 651 88.0 18.0 1 642 90.8 21.7 19 066 642 160 377 31 74 210 71 122 10 7 43 17 944 57 6 45 6 –

32 2 1 23 21 6 5 32 1 18 4 2 1 1 2 12

931 257 412 784 305 890 503 931 060 834 858 000 894 861 424 294 23.1 7 331 14.6

1 430 101 50 1 063 799 266 244 1 430 42 845 243 86 79 46 89 427 31.1 424 24.8 427 153 108 28 4 073 50 418 685 1 685 519 92 113 408 103 1 999 26 166 378 814 280 57 62 190 26 4 073 1.2 71.7 30.3 12.5 338 92.0 16.3 267 79.8 12.4 5 753 463 226 184 47 6 317 183 109 21 4 41 5 753 274 149 107 16 2

89 7 2 50 36 31 23 89 3 40 10 9 12 6 5 41

327 174 811 588 985 565 853 327 843 358 832 073 892 848 481 095 47.7 19 490 7.8 41 13 17 4 232 1 9 27 72 41 8 8 40 22 121 5 14 41 21 5 4 19 8 095 555 402 573 324 511 891 346 484 518 509 217 473 375 953 829 375 664 969 561 296 684 565 010

4 893 416 118 2 640 1 487 1 837 1 114 4 893 242 2 118 514 192 447 763 617 2 126 22.9 708 16.7 2 126 656 616 459 23 040 221 1 630 3 378 5 776 3 518 847 576 4 493 2 601 12 684 122 1 170 1 892 3 471 1 958 494 343 2 164 1 070 23 040 1.0 77.3 52.2 30.8 3 284 90.9 41.8 2 950 93.7 40.7 28 057 2 811 152 1 300 578 781 899 64 407 199 229 370 26 938 524 36 183 128 177

84 6 2 47 35 29 22 84 3 38 10 8 12 6 4 38

434 758 693 948 498 728 739 434 601 240 318 881 445 085 864 969 49.1 18 782 7.5 38 12 16 4 209 1 8 23 66 38 7 7 35 19 109 4 12 38 19 4 4 17 6 969 899 786 114 284 290 261 968 708 000 662 641 980 774 269 707 205 772 498 603 802 341 401 940

39 2 1 27 25 9 6 39 1 21 5 2 2 2 2 16

296 690 573 473 232 133 990 296 290 587 689 645 540 674 871 299 24.0 8 699 12.9

26 1 1 19 17 5 4 26

630 637 096 492 885 501 522 630 750 15 264 4 013 1 616 1 443 1 544 2 000 10 306 21.2 6 074 14.7 10 306 4 533 2 811 313 85 817 981 7 396 15 851 33 818 12 537 2 659 2 063 7 081 3 431 44 272 413 3 356 8 219 18 035 6 422 1 557 1 235 3 533 1 502 85 817 1.1 71.8 32.4 12.2 9 842 77.6 9.6 10 046 84.4 12.3 117 4 1 2 028 949 103 886 639 321 1 955 704 991 153 107

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 18 to 24 years High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Females 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Persons 25 years and over less than 5th grade high school graduate or higher some college or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Males 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Females 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher 12 294 5 310 3 432 418 103 511 1 169 8 312 18 384 40 053 15 232 3 158 2 537 9 589 5 077 53 109 520 3 641 9 504 21 409 7 782 1 847 1 532 4 771 2 103 103 511 1.1 73.1 34.4 14.2 12 059 79.4 11.9 12 087 85.8 14.1 141 5 1 3 464 824 246 429 738 411 2 158 722 1 111 180 145 16 299 6 717 5 159 732 119 427 1 312 9 203 19 952 44 437 19 262 3 886 3 524 11 717 6 134 62 349 557 4 329 10 836 23 990 9 892 2 254 2 044 5 878 2 569 119 427 1.1 74.5 37.3 14.9 14 591 81.4 13.6 14 651 86.4 16.4 165 6 1 4 125 778 424 142 738 474 2 460 826 1 300 173 161

248 240 .7 83.3 52.4 26.6 35 059 90.6 30.4 34 811 93.1 31.2 351 17 2 10 2 2 4 432 291 066 791 409 025 815 599 2 617 862 737

199 894 .6 84.4 52.9 26.7 28 523 90.6 29.7 28 707 93.1 30.4 287 13 1 8 1 1 3 717 083 643 586 756 098 504 428 1 975 640 461

232 324 .7 83.3 52.1 27.1 32 527 90.6 31.1 32 247 93.4 31.5 327 16 1 10 2 1 4 771 337 888 078 409 962 513 495 2 428 869 721

209 284 .6 84.0 52.1 26.6 29 243 90.6 29.9 29 297 93.4 30.6 299 13 1 8 1 1 3 714 526 736 778 831 181 614 431 2 021 670 492

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Persons 5 years and over Speak a language other than English 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Do not speak English " very well" 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN HOUSEHOLD
Linguistically isolated households Persons 5 years and over in households In linguistically isolated households 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over 1 173 338 629 1 780 97 788 423 472 743 278 799 1 177 55 560 289 273 315 139 473 895 330 418 89 58 1 122 316 720 1 724 95 757 422 450 752 289 782 1 200 59 574 294 273 366 161 382 951 332 449 90 80 289 116 051 843 324 372 89 58

DISABILITY STATUS OF CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
Persons 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Persons 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Persons 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation 247 8 4 1 5 16 8 6 231 191 29 3 2 1 16 5 4 2 892 190 009 225 937 216 015 451 676 103 339 191 191 949 614 071 297 619 28 705 1 022 615 183 698 2 359 1 066 1 084 26 346 22 762 4 768 636 373 437 3 941 1 246 1 117 610 207 650 6 797 3 209 996 4 960 12 881 6 477 4 939 194 769 159 725 22 575 2 321 1 650 1 407 11 200 3 478 2 877 1 817 11 537 371 185 46 279 976 472 428 10 561 8 616 1 996 234 168 105 1 473 347 303 192 96 125 4 476 2 178 600 3 488 8 419 3 503 4 079 87 706 71 196 14 070 1 573 1 156 974 7 140 1 743 1 472 914 3 815 116 60 5 80 284 141 118 3 531 2 850 584 88 37 67 296 98 80 45 234 7 3 1 5 14 7 5 219 181 27 2 1 1 15 4 3 2 727 885 726 129 783 837 338 892 890 370 086 901 931 811 101 695 957 426 18 103 664 387 120 429 1 525 669 734 16 578 14 548 3 445 514 286 377 3 108 1 004 921 476 216 7 3 1 5 13 6 5 203 166 23 2 1 1 11 3 3 1 624 221 339 009 354 312 669 158 312 822 641 387 645 434 993 691 036 950 109 290 4 781 2 461 696 3 642 9 798 4 180 4 638 99 492 80 929 16 323 1 863 1 416 1 112 8 653 2 119 1 812 1 107 79 208 3 740 1 870 550 2 925 7 246 2 969 3 549 71 962 58 323 12 310 1 391 1 065 864 6 164 1 470 1 253 758

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DELAWARE

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 68.

Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of White Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

PLACE OF BIRTH, NATIVITY, AND CITIZENSHIP
All persons Native Born in State of residence Born in a different State Northeast Midwest South West Born abroad Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Born abroad of American parents Foreign born Naturalized citizen Not a citizen 382 372 181 186 112 21 45 6 3 2 10 6 3 594 113 836 555 489 380 772 914 722 844 40 838 481 685 796 48 46 23 22 12 2 5 1 464 651 113 689 673 922 931 163 849 308 12 529 1 813 1 226 587 313 305 147 154 96 17 35 5 2 2 8 5 3 372 036 559 734 055 684 539 456 743 511 28 204 336 243 093 20 20 11 9 3 758 426 164 132 761 774 4 302 295 130 25 – 105 332 216 116 152 150 80 68 29 5 31 1 740 618 902 873 282 737 985 869 843 120 38 685 2 122 1 404 718 6 6 3 2 061 029 903 086 816 156 1 002 112 40 – – 40 32 30 2 355 345 175 168 105 18 38 5 2 2 9 6 3 748 905 016 130 268 521 902 439 759 672 60 027 843 289 554 30 28 17 11 6 1 2 299 948 285 221 920 261 514 526 442 246 7 189 1 351 948 403 325 316 157 156 98 17 36 4 2 1 8 5 3 449 957 731 909 348 260 388 913 317 426 53 838 492 341 151 179 176 87 87 36 8 38 3 1 586 826 722 298 503 596 855 344 806 292 18 1 496 2 760 1 800 960 126 124 65 58 23 4 28 1 331 704 929 086 394 743 400 549 689 96 13 580 1 627 1 156 471

RESIDENCE IN 1985
Persons 5 years and over Same house Different house in the United States Same county Different county Same State Different State Northeast Midwest South West Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Elsewhere 356 191 161 95 65 4 60 31 5 19 3 162 510 367 878 489 769 720 599 818 390 913 275 110 2 900 45 23 21 12 8 931 506 633 648 985 668 8 317 4 061 993 2 711 552 176 37 579 290 158 130 78 52 2 49 26 4 15 3 970 081 550 200 350 693 657 653 641 205 158 96 50 2 193 19 9 9 5 4 1 2 261 923 184 030 154 408 746 885 184 1 474 203 3 23 128 142 80 61 36 24 5 18 6 1 9 456 924 030 775 255 872 383 527 265 636 955 14 8 480 5 753 4 663 1 090 749 341 58 283 87 11 96 89 – – – 331 182 146 90 55 3 52 29 4 15 3 710 833 514 575 939 224 715 171 665 859 020 225 75 2 063 28 16 12 8 3 873 291 203 398 805 141 3 664 1 970 330 1 116 248 157 37 185 302 166 134 82 52 3 49 27 4 14 2 837 542 311 177 134 083 051 201 335 743 772 68 38 1 878 166 89 75 42 33 7 26 8 2 13 1 908 601 883 078 805 417 388 955 418 167 848 64 43 1 317 117 66 50 29 21 5 15 5 1 8 822 904 590 412 178 290 888 282 116 766 724 14 8 306

MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK AND TRAVEL TIME TO WORK
Workers 16 years and over Car, truck, or van Drove alone Carpooled Persons per car, truck, or van Public transportation Bus or trolley bus Streetcar or trolley car Subway or elevated Railroad Ferryboat Taxicab Motorcycle Bicycle Walked Other means Worked at home Mean travel time to work (minutes) 201 184 161 22 920 182 662 520 1.07 3 906 3 233 24 75 526 4 44 319 858 7 520 1 111 4 024 19.5 25 21 18 2 915 744 936 808 1.08 910 789 6 16 82 – 17 50 98 2 280 156 677 16.6 166 154 135 18 981 136 533 603 1.07 2 961 2 409 18 59 444 4 27 269 724 4 867 916 3 108 19.9 9 8 7 1 024 302 193 109 1.08 35 35 – – – – – – 36 373 39 239 20.2 74 68 58 9 648 427 893 534 1.08 395 311 – 2 45 8 29 107 107 1 730 546 3 336 21.2 3 267 2 299 1 997 302 1.07 23 11 – – – – 12 – – 147 49 749 20.0 188 171 150 21 639 852 622 230 1.07 3 933 3 231 18 75 562 4 43 245 735 6 906 1 064 3 904 20.2 15 12 10 1 733 431 781 650 1.08 888 773 – 16 82 – 17 10 65 1 788 97 454 17.2 172 159 139 19 906 421 841 580 1.07 3 045 2 458 18 59 480 4 26 235 670 5 118 967 3 450 20.5 87 80 69 10 929 757 933 824 1.08 368 313 6 2 9 8 30 181 230 2 344 593 3 456 19.3 61 56 48 7 496 327 541 786 1.08 301 255 – 2 9 8 27 86 96 1 369 470 2 847 20.4

INDUSTRY
Employed persons 16 years and over Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Metal industries Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation Communications and other public utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Food, bakery, and dairy stores Eating and drinking places Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Business and repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Educational services Public administration 201 766 1 793 253 14 734 37 990 25 632 1 249 1 434 2 331 12 358 598 1 761 1 654 4 7 4 7 32 5 8 11 11 9 3 2 49 8 6 17 7 880 523 175 405 289 679 178 017 140 318 544 498 784 381 192 609 796 690 591 24 861 202 – 1 551 3 469 2 565 176 366 387 904 56 181 126 50 202 628 479 591 211 475 164 260 546 219 98 462 349 847 246 871 164 949 167 797 1 480 253 12 337 32 885 22 024 792 850 1 823 10 861 441 1 492 1 467 4 6 3 6 26 4 6 9 9 7 3 1 40 6 5 14 4 746 245 155 800 270 928 431 462 556 442 974 377 144 957 269 955 619 743 970 9 108 111 – 846 1 636 1 043 281 218 121 593 101 88 61 84 76 392 126 428 1 540 272 391 324 330 351 23 178 75 2 076 408 306 783 672 75 485 4 322 91 9 233 11 992 7 908 2 263 1 052 784 4 084 901 455 479 399 823 061 559 759 929 642 015 082 395 852 274 675 093 651 535 212 992 517 3 272 1 082 – 281 299 203 40 55 18 96 14 14 15 19 24 126 39 67 428 58 77 30 32 92 2 57 24 549 75 46 282 164 191 113 2 072 274 14 585 37 365 24 889 612 888 2 105 12 476 420 1 785 1 622 4 6 4 7 29 4 7 11 10 9 3 2 45 7 6 16 5 918 865 885 204 164 685 863 215 161 900 191 502 381 355 718 799 239 156 671 15 952 125 – 1 111 2 449 1 831 30 147 260 618 8 161 87 42 160 417 260 408 358 318 740 099 039 923 73 237 217 345 802 528 087 891 175 161 1 947 274 13 474 34 916 23 058 582 741 1 845 11 858 412 1 624 1 535 4 6 3 6 27 4 6 10 9 8 3 2 41 6 5 15 4 876 705 468 944 756 327 545 475 062 861 268 429 144 138 373 997 711 069 780 86 138 4 043 70 9 382 12 617 8 651 2 900 1 598 1 010 3 966 1 079 431 511 361 481 351 760 884 923 957 817 061 813 205 270 078 119 125 345 769 526 437 62 041 3 801 68 7 591 9 231 6 298 2 226 1 024 689 2 933 861 328 387 280 360 441 344 237 184 353 671 536 834 387 206 512 823 863 127 805 015 983

4 1 1 1 1

3 1 2 13 2 3 2 2 2 1 1 13 2 2 4 4

2

1 1

3 1 2 16 2 3 2 2 3 2 1 17 3 2 6 6

2 1 2 12 2 2 1 1 2 1 10 2 1 4 3

6 1 2 1

4 1

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP210 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 16/ 93 1:04 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA10. 08/ 06/ 93 19:40:58 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 67 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 06/ 93 19:41:32 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 06/ 93 19:41:33 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES10. 08/ 06/ 93 19:54:22

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Table 69.

Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Black Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

PLACE OF BIRTH, NATIVITY, AND CITIZENSHIP
All persons Native Born in State of residence Born in a different State Northeast Midwest South West Born abroad Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Born abroad of American parents Foreign born Naturalized citizen Not a citizen 89 87 51 34 11 1 20 462 403 791 831 678 438 813 902 781 224 91 466 2 059 1 075 984 797 888 763 851 527 553 10 421 350 274 116 19 139 909 450 459 45 44 28 15 4 37 35 18 17 6 109 988 467 082 740 842 9 016 484 439 65 72 302 1 121 608 513 6 6 4 1 556 527 561 898 411 43 1 376 68 68 43 – 25 29 17 12 22 22 15 7 1 663 462 163 194 034 124 5 898 138 105 76 – 29 201 45 156 348 348 225 123 6 – 117 – – – – – – – – 72 70 42 27 9 1 16 531 805 309 985 589 058 735 603 511 181 91 239 1 726 884 842 37 36 24 12 3 314 655 379 061 244 337 8 339 141 215 116 19 80 659 340 319 35 34 17 15 6 217 150 930 924 345 721 8 396 462 296 65 72 159 1 067 544 523 39 39 24 14 3 594 060 645 040 123 504 9 976 437 375 119 – 256 534 236 298 20 20 13 6 251 088 681 314 777 121 5 317 99 93 76 – 17 163 43 120

RESIDENCE IN 1985
Persons 5 years and over Same house Different house in the United States Same county Different county Same State Different State Northeast Midwest South West Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Elsewhere 81 40 39 27 11 1 10 5 339 831 553 699 854 408 446 228 543 3 961 714 104 31 820 41 22 18 14 4 806 812 566 394 172 398 3 774 1 861 201 1 567 145 74 16 338 33 14 18 11 6 610 965 159 396 763 616 6 147 3 163 324 2 151 509 30 15 441 5 3 2 1 923 054 828 909 919 394 525 204 18 243 60 – – 41 20 12 8 6 2 771 543 180 172 008 654 1 354 404 19 868 63 – – 48 313 200 113 82 31 19 12 – – 12 – – – – 66 34 30 22 8 203 879 746 108 638 649 7 989 4 093 392 3 034 470 104 24 450 34 19 13 11 2 056 939 884 615 269 78 2 191 1 014 105 1 002 70 74 9 150 32 14 16 10 6 147 940 862 493 369 571 5 798 3 079 287 2 032 400 30 15 300 35 18 16 11 5 1 3 1 907 495 987 763 224 413 811 539 170 1 795 307 – 7 418 18 11 7 5 1 431 405 014 517 497 487 1 010 326 6 652 26 – – 12

MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK AND TRAVEL TIME TO WORK
Workers 16 years and over Car, truck, or van Drove alone Carpooled Persons per car, truck, or van Public transportation Bus or trolley bus Streetcar or trolley car Subway or elevated Railroad Ferryboat Taxicab Motorcycle Bicycle Walked Other means Worked at home Mean travel time to work (minutes) 39 32 25 7 541 179 109 070 1.14 3 351 3 075 27 6 183 – 60 17 97 2 915 590 392 20.0 19 13 10 3 048 809 397 412 1.16 2 260 2 067 27 – 106 – 60 – 85 2 300 286 308 18.8 18 16 13 3 521 722 454 268 1.12 988 905 – 6 77 – – 17 12 433 265 84 21.1 1 972 1 648 1 258 390 1.16 103 103 – – – – – – – 182 39 – 20.3 9 8 6 2 140 410 397 013 1.16 146 146 – – – – – 14 18 235 212 105 22.0 175 160 122 38 1.18 3 3 – – – – – – – – – 12 19.6 32 26 20 5 533 076 286 790 1.14 3 143 2 897 27 6 183 – 30 17 66 2 427 477 327 20.6 15 10 7 2 353 619 909 710 1.16 2 174 2 011 27 – 106 – 30 – 66 2 025 225 244 19.3 17 15 12 3 180 457 377 080 1.12 969 886 – 6 77 – – 17 – 402 252 83 21.7 16 14 11 3 148 513 220 293 1.15 354 324 – – – – 30 14 49 723 325 170 19.8 8 7 5 1 462 771 892 879 1.16 146 146 – – – – – 14 18 220 206 87 21.8

INDUSTRY
Employed persons 16 years and over Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Metal industries Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation Communications and other public utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Food, bakery, and dairy stores Eating and drinking places Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Business and repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Educational services Public administration 39 649 274 80 1 629 7 947 5 131 976 615 291 2 816 203 286 225 127 1 470 1 957 897 935 4 957 719 1 772 2 801 1 842 2 056 480 975 288 10 142 2 938 1 620 3 006 2 389 19 036 133 44 904 3 328 2 139 466 351 123 1 189 98 153 111 46 563 840 421 355 460 363 859 341 870 122 327 471 119 955 532 757 352 346 18 629 105 36 613 4 065 2 555 274 240 155 1 510 98 123 98 71 873 1 065 459 558 2 226 301 784 1 406 962 881 124 421 133 4 595 1 297 670 1 493 980 1 984 36 – 112 554 437 236 24 13 117 7 10 16 10 34 52 17 22 271 55 129 54 10 53 29 83 36 592 109 193 161 63 9 374 454 3 640 2 999 2 550 1 806 290 28 449 111 62 59 9 72 293 127 361 1 200 234 466 132 78 296 129 273 100 1 898 558 382 588 391 175 12 – 39 31 31 31 – – – – – – – – 7 – – 32 – 29 – – 4 – – – 50 6 – 36 – 33 132 208 78 1 353 6 417 3 873 356 248 246 2 544 52 296 195 106 1 461 1 771 776 835 3 840 572 1 380 2 727 1 767 1 820 404 789 224 8 393 2 623 1 242 2 332 1 730 15 550 115 44 748 2 579 1 554 244 139 104 1 025 26 137 77 46 550 750 321 321 835 311 690 303 790 009 286 423 92 004 373 633 859 930 17 582 93 34 605 3 838 2 319 112 109 142 1 519 26 159 118 60 911 1 021 455 514 2 005 261 690 1 424 977 811 118 366 132 4 389 1 250 609 1 473 800 15 891 520 5 916 4 529 3 808 2 426 657 73 721 262 52 89 30 81 479 248 461 317 381 858 206 153 532 205 459 164 647 873 760 262 050 8 677 443 – 567 2 816 2 454 1 800 290 28 362 111 34 40 9 42 287 124 338 1 110 234 424 117 51 276 121 267 100 1 690 493 345 491 370

2

1

2

1 1

1 1

4 1 1 1

4 1

3 1 1

68

DELAWARE

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP210 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 16/ 93 1:04 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA10. 08/ 06/ 93 19:40:58 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 68 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 06/ 93 19:41:32 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 06/ 93 19:41:33 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES10. 08/ 06/ 93 19:54:22

Table 70.

Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

PLACE OF BIRTH, NATIVITY, AND CITIZENSHIP
All persons Native Born in State of residence Born in a different State Northeast Midwest South West Born abroad Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Born abroad of American parents Foreign born Naturalized citizen Not a citizen 939 911 394 492 145 69 245 33 25 – 4 21 28 19 9 228 228 155 73 30 11 25 7 – – – – – – – 651 623 207 391 93 58 214 26 25 – 4 21 28 19 9 60 60 32 28 22 – 6 – – – – – – – – 1 260 1 244 881 363 125 9 218 11 – – – – 16 – 16 56 56 27 29 – – 29 – – – – – – – – 750 722 289 423 100 41 255 27 10 – 4 6 28 19 9 90 90 68 22 7 – 8 7 – – – – – – – 660 632 221 401 93 41 247 20 10 – 4 6 28 19 9 1 449 1 433 986 432 170 37 208 17 15 – – 15 16 – 16 1 171 1 155 851 304 114 9 170 11 – – – – 16 – 16

RESIDENCE IN 1985
Persons 5 years and over Same house Different house in the United States Same county Different county Same State Different State Northeast Midwest South West Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Elsewhere 929 428 492 330 162 28 134 55 – 54 25 – – 9 223 71 152 104 48 16 32 19 – 5 8 – – – 646 309 328 226 102 6 96 36 – 43 17 – – 9 60 48 12 – 12 6 6 – – 6 – – – – 1 176 693 483 306 177 43 134 53 6 75 – – – – 56 56 – – – – – – – – – – – – 740 375 356 256 100 6 94 27 – 67 – – – 9 85 54 31 31 – – – – – – – – – – 655 321 325 225 100 6 94 27 – 67 – – – 9 1 365 746 619 380 239 65 174 81 6 62 25 – – – 1 087 657 430 283 147 43 104 47 6 51 – – – –

MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK AND TRAVEL TIME TO WORK
Workers 16 years and over Car, truck, or van Drove alone Carpooled Persons per car, truck, or van Public transportation Bus or trolley bus Streetcar or trolley car Subway or elevated Railroad Ferryboat Taxicab Motorcycle Bicycle Walked Other means Worked at home Mean travel time to work (minutes) 573 526 414 112 1.13 16 16 – – – – – – – 24 – 7 19.2 128 101 74 27 1.17 8 8 – – – – – – – 14 – 5 25.5 426 406 334 72 1.10 8 8 – – – – – – – 10 – 2 16.9 19 19 6 13 1.84 – – – – – – – – – – – – 32.1 558 509 426 83 1.11 – – – – – – – – – 19 8 22 21.1 18 18 – 18 2.00 – – – – – – – – – – – – 25.0 496 463 387 76 1.09 8 8 – – – – – – – 18 – 7 18.9 55 47 33 14 1.21 – – – – – – – – – 8 – – 24.9 441 416 354 62 1.08 8 8 – – – – – – – 10 – 7 18.2 635 572 453 119 1.14 8 8 – – – – – – – 25 8 22 21.1 504 460 377 83 1.12 – – – – – – – – – 19 8 17 19.5

INDUSTRY
Employed persons 16 years and over Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Metal industries Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation Communications and other public utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Food, bakery, and dairy stores Eating and drinking places Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Business and repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Educational services Public administration 575 – – 64 103 76 13 – 9 27 – – – – 27 1 15 45 113 38 11 25 40 43 10 14 – 63 16 4 24 39 130 – – 22 18 18 13 – – – – – – – – – 15 – 43 11 – – 7 5 – 6 – 14 – – 7 – 426 – – 42 85 58 – – 9 27 – – – – 27 1 – 32 70 27 11 25 33 32 10 8 – 49 16 4 17 39 19 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 13 – – – – – 6 – – – – – – – – 559 19 – 78 100 65 22 3 – 35 2 – 6 – 14 51 1 24 96 5 35 8 – 15 7 9 – 89 48 10 11 62 18 – – 12 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – 513 5 – 52 95 68 10 – 9 27 – – – – 27 6 15 32 86 32 16 25 40 38 15 8 – 61 16 4 24 35 62 – – 14 – – – – – – – – – – – – 15 – 6 – – – 7 – – 6 – 14 – – 7 – 451 5 – 38 95 68 10 – 9 27 – – – – 27 6 – 32 80 32 16 25 33 38 15 2 – 47 16 4 17 35 621 14 – 90 108 73 25 3 – 35 2 – 6 – 14 46 1 37 123 11 30 8 – 20 2 15 – 91 48 10 11 66 505 14 – 72 90 55 12 3 – 35 2 – 6 – 14 46 1 24 86 – 30 8 – 9 2 9 – 89 48 10 11 55

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP210 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 16/ 93 1:04 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA10. 08/ 06/ 93 19:40:58 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 69 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 06/ 93 19:41:32 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 06/ 93 19:41:33 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES10. 08/ 06/ 93 19:54:22

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Table 71.

Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Asian or Pacific Islander Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

PLACE OF BIRTH, NATIVITY, AND CITIZENSHIP
All persons Native Born in State of residence Born in a different State Northeast Midwest South West Born abroad Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Born abroad of American parents Foreign born Naturalized citizen Not a citizen 7 561 2 251 867 1 093 474 168 192 259 291 30 5 256 5 310 2 399 2 911 808 252 62 165 61 26 38 40 25 – – 25 556 313 243 6 567 1 972 784 922 413 142 154 213 266 30 5 231 4 595 1 957 2 638 186 27 21 6 – – – 6 – – – – 159 129 30 1 209 379 109 219 75 22 64 58 51 – 3 48 830 437 393 21 6 6 – – – – – – – – – 15 15 – 6 803 2 010 798 959 413 173 171 202 253 – 5 248 4 793 1 965 2 828 332 85 20 48 10 19 19 – 17 – – 17 247 97 150 6 471 1 925 778 911 403 154 152 202 236 – 5 231 4 546 1 868 2 678 1 967 620 178 353 136 17 85 115 89 30 3 56 1 347 871 476 862 279 84 169 49 7 55 58 26 – 3 23 583 335 248

RESIDENCE IN 1985
Persons 5 years and over Same house Different house in the United States Same county Different county Same State Different State Northeast Midwest South West Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Elsewhere 6 2 3 1 1 893 283 114 478 636 88 1 548 714 270 332 232 – 14 1 482 748 273 394 150 244 – 244 82 51 41 70 – 14 67 968 883 676 301 375 82 1 293 626 219 291 157 – – 1 409 5 1 2 1 1 177 127 44 27 17 6 11 6 – – 5 – – 6 1 120 381 588 269 319 91 228 96 77 17 38 – 6 145 21 4 17 17 – – – – – – – – – – 6 1 2 1 1 184 907 884 300 584 115 1 469 715 304 284 166 – 8 1 385 311 124 138 32 106 – 106 38 45 7 16 – 8 41 5 1 2 1 1 873 783 746 268 478 115 1 363 677 259 277 150 – – 1 344 1 829 757 818 447 371 64 307 95 43 65 104 – 12 242 797 323 353 187 166 58 108 36 20 17 35 – 6 115

MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK AND TRAVEL TIME TO WORK
Workers 16 years and over Car, truck, or van Drove alone Carpooled Persons per car, truck, or van Public transportation Bus or trolley bus Streetcar or trolley car Subway or elevated Railroad Ferryboat Taxicab Motorcycle Bicycle Walked Other means Worked at home Mean travel time to work (minutes) 3 779 3 394 2 703 691 1.12 136 92 – 19 23 – 2 – 34 154 17 44 19.4 395 347 296 51 1.08 5 – – 5 – – – – – 43 – – 15.4 3 281 2 944 2 346 598 1.12 131 92 – 14 23 – 2 – 34 111 17 44 20.2 103 103 61 42 1.26 – – – – – – – – – – – – 8.8 582 540 441 99 1.11 11 11 – – – – – – – 13 6 12 19.3 15 15 4 11 1.58 – – – – – – – – – – – – 12.3 3 371 2 988 2 347 641 1.13 138 96 – 19 23 – – – 34 152 17 42 20.6 142 94 66 28 1.18 5 – – 5 – – – – – 43 – – 14.7 3 229 2 894 2 281 613 1.13 133 96 – 14 23 – – – 34 109 17 42 20.8 990 946 797 149 1.09 9 7 – – – – 2 – – 15 6 14 15.3 430 392 312 80 1.13 7 7 – – – – – – – 13 6 12 17.4

INDUSTRY
Employed persons 16 years and over Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Metal industries Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation Communications and other public utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Food, bakery, and dairy stores Eating and drinking places Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Business and repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Educational services Public administration 3 836 – – 69 841 615 43 41 36 226 28 19 36 33 35 77 37 68 829 137 434 159 130 60 7 184 31 1 246 282 186 466 98 397 – – 18 44 23 6 4 5 21 21 – – – – 9 – – 88 7 44 7 21 7 – 46 6 147 51 39 31 4 3 330 – – 51 784 579 24 37 31 205 7 19 36 33 35 68 37 62 701 130 367 152 98 53 7 138 25 1 078 220 137 435 76 109 – – – 13 13 13 – – – – – – – – – – 6 40 – 23 – 11 – – – – 21 11 10 – 18 601 18 – 34 165 139 57 29 3 26 8 – – – – 2 – 30 132 34 30 10 18 – – 18 6 133 41 22 13 35 15 4 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 11 – – – – 3 450 – – 47 779 581 11 29 36 198 – 19 36 33 35 65 37 62 712 145 372 154 125 53 7 164 25 1 163 264 147 434 57 156 – – – 5 5 – – 5 – – – – – – – – – 36 7 20 7 21 7 – 36 – 44 29 7 – – 3 294 – – 47 774 576 11 29 31 198 – 19 36 33 35 65 37 62 676 138 352 147 104 46 7 128 25 1 119 235 140 434 57 987 18 – 56 227 173 89 41 3 54 36 – – – – 14 – 36 249 26 92 15 23 7 – 38 12 216 59 61 45 76 449 18 – 28 131 105 57 22 3 26 8 – – – – 2 – 30 105 19 24 6 12 – – 18 6 58 23 12 – 35

70

DELAWARE

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP210 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 16/ 93 1:04 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA10. 08/ 06/ 93 19:40:58 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 70 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 06/ 93 19:41:32 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 06/ 93 19:41:33 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES10. 08/ 06/ 93 19:54:22

Table 72.

Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

PLACE OF BIRTH, NATIVITY, AND CITIZENSHIP
All persons Native Born in State of residence Born in a different State Northeast Midwest South West Born abroad Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Born abroad of American parents Foreign born Naturalized citizen Not a citizen 12 10 3 3 1 925 593 669 098 725 185 796 392 826 469 117 240 332 063 269 5 668 5 137 1 808 932 561 70 251 50 2 397 2 229 94 74 531 225 306 6 5 1 2 1 676 070 729 027 127 104 458 338 1 314 1 125 23 166 1 606 803 803 581 386 132 139 37 11 87 4 115 115 – – 195 35 160 2 226 1 710 543 712 306 52 227 127 455 383 26 46 516 262 254 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 11 8 3 2 1 076 986 296 289 363 120 520 286 401 094 137 170 090 946 144 4 809 4 369 1 692 498 346 14 138 – 2 179 2 057 89 33 440 155 285 6 4 1 1 1 267 617 604 791 017 106 382 286 1 222 1 037 48 137 1 650 791 859 4 075 3 317 916 1 521 668 117 503 233 880 758 6 116 758 379 379 1 768 1 411 433 603 231 23 222 127 375 328 1 46 357 217 140

3 3 2 1 1

3 3 2 1

RESIDENCE IN 1985
Persons 5 years and over Same house Different house in the United States Same county Different county Same State Different State Northeast Midwest South West Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Elsewhere 11 4 5 3 2 586 279 626 274 352 94 2 258 1 261 54 676 267 816 57 808 5 2 2 1 149 235 047 415 632 13 619 363 30 166 60 561 57 249 5 1 3 1 1 919 892 341 766 575 64 1 511 833 24 469 185 225 – 461 518 152 238 93 145 17 128 65 – 41 22 30 – 98 2 069 813 1 064 411 653 68 585 218 39 212 116 79 13 100 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 950 765 879 956 923 81 1 842 1 082 48 571 141 712 70 524 9 3 4 2 1 4 2 1 1 344 031 608 245 363 – 363 214 17 122 10 488 57 160 606 734 271 711 560 81 1 479 868 31 449 131 224 13 364 5 1 3 1 1 3 705 1 327 1 811 729 1 082 81 1 001 397 45 317 242 183 – 384 1 635 711 745 298 447 25 422 126 13 173 110 79 – 100

MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK AND TRAVEL TIME TO WORK
Workers 16 years and over Car, truck, or van Drove alone Carpooled Persons per car, truck, or van Public transportation Bus or trolley bus Streetcar or trolley car Subway or elevated Railroad Ferryboat Taxicab Motorcycle Bicycle Walked Other means Worked at home Mean travel time to work (minutes) 5 5 3 1 891 101 878 223 1.16 171 153 – – 16 – 2 4 27 411 97 80 19.1 2 355 1 884 1 279 605 1.22 76 76 – – – – – – – 306 36 53 16.7 3 263 2 970 2 378 592 1.12 95 77 – – 16 – 2 4 27 89 58 20 20.9 273 247 221 26 1.06 – – – – – – – – – 16 3 7 17.9 1 014 887 678 209 1.16 4 4 – – – – – 23 – 70 30 – 21.5 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 5 4 3 1 044 277 223 054 1.16 169 153 – – 16 – – 4 27 402 104 61 19.7 1 978 1 527 1 004 523 1.24 76 76 – – – – – – – 294 36 45 16.5 3 066 2 750 2 219 531 1.12 93 77 – – 16 – – 4 27 108 68 16 21.7 1 861 1 711 1 333 378 1.14 6 4 – – – – 2 23 – 79 23 19 18.9 843 745 560 185 1.17 4 4 – – – – – 23 – 51 20 – 21.6

INDUSTRY
Employed persons 16 years and over Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Metal industries Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation Communications and other public utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Food, bakery, and dairy stores Eating and drinking places Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Business and repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Educational services Public administration 5 755 233 – 380 1 294 895 272 131 72 399 78 63 61 20 90 179 38 214 897 133 376 255 251 326 19 213 64 1 117 324 160 371 275 2 314 66 – 170 487 313 81 96 22 174 41 26 61 12 8 69 24 69 404 51 201 80 70 174 – 85 26 471 148 53 117 119 3 162 164 – 193 645 429 60 13 50 216 37 37 – 8 82 99 14 113 482 82 175 175 163 145 19 128 38 628 168 97 254 156 279 3 – 17 162 153 131 22 – 9 – – – – – 11 – 32 11 – – – 18 7 – – – 18 8 10 – – 1 014 112 – 50 246 198 173 8 – 48 16 4 7 – – 10 3 104 141 20 49 6 22 22 – 30 15 198 17 82 69 55 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 5 094 269 – 365 1 054 713 124 90 72 341 42 51 61 20 90 152 31 208 760 116 316 243 230 288 19 184 60 1 010 282 149 333 221 2 013 66 – 160 432 290 81 73 22 142 17 26 61 12 8 46 17 69 315 51 164 73 65 154 – 77 26 418 136 53 93 95 3 081 203 – 205 622 423 43 17 50 199 25 25 – 8 82 106 14 139 445 65 152 170 165 134 19 107 34 592 146 96 240 126 1 675 76 – 65 486 380 321 49 – 106 52 16 7 – – 37 10 110 278 37 109 18 43 60 – 59 19 305 59 93 107 109 841 65 – 25 222 181 173 4 – 41 16 4 7 – – 10 3 78 114 20 49 6 22 20 – 30 15 176 17 75 63 55

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP210 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 16/ 93 1:04 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA10. 08/ 06/ 93 19:40:58 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 71 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 06/ 93 19:41:32 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 06/ 93 19:41:33 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES10. 08/ 06/ 93 19:54:22

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Table 73.

Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

PLACE OF BIRTH, NATIVITY, AND CITIZENSHIP
All persons Native Born in State of residence Born in a different State Northeast Midwest South West Born abroad Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Born abroad of American parents Foreign born Naturalized citizen Not a citizen 377 368 180 184 111 21 45 6 2 2 9 6 3 397 086 566 755 539 253 312 651 765 76 22 667 311 005 306 47 45 22 22 12 2 5 1 090 493 827 182 390 872 796 124 484 16 – 468 1 597 1 118 479 309 302 146 153 95 17 35 5 2 2 7 4 2 781 349 663 520 401 607 280 232 166 50 22 094 432 677 755 20 20 11 9 3 526 244 076 053 748 774 4 236 295 115 10 – 105 282 210 72 151 149 80 68 29 5 31 1 627 766 589 506 126 714 848 818 671 4 12 655 1 861 1 260 601 6 6 3 2 061 029 903 086 816 156 1 002 112 40 – – 40 32 30 2 351 342 173 166 104 18 38 5 1 1 8 5 3 436 693 921 791 476 470 598 247 981 56 22 903 743 624 119 29 28 17 10 6 1 2 404 214 052 993 769 254 444 526 169 8 – 161 1 190 879 311 322 314 156 155 97 17 36 4 1 1 7 4 2 032 479 869 798 707 216 154 721 812 48 22 742 553 745 808 177 175 87 86 36 8 38 3 1 588 159 234 470 189 497 562 222 455 24 12 1 419 2 429 1 641 788 125 123 65 57 23 4 28 1 436 981 645 770 284 720 268 498 566 4 12 550 1 455 1 051 404

RESIDENCE IN 1985
Persons 5 years and over Same house Different house in the United States Same county Different county Same State Different State Northeast Midwest South West Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Elsewhere 351 189 158 94 64 4 59 31 5 18 3 432 849 983 681 302 714 588 091 777 955 765 – 73 2 527 44 23 21 12 8 649 054 139 439 700 663 8 037 3 924 976 2 611 526 – – 456 287 156 128 77 51 2 48 26 4 14 3 717 973 751 237 514 654 860 304 617 903 036 – 50 1 943 19 9 9 5 4 1 2 066 822 093 005 088 397 691 863 184 1 441 203 – 23 128 141 80 60 36 24 5 18 6 1 9 464 464 527 517 010 864 146 442 253 530 921 7 8 458 5 753 4 663 1 090 749 341 58 283 87 11 96 89 – – – 327 181 144 89 55 3 51 28 4 15 2 771 457 455 450 005 186 819 722 643 523 931 – 38 1 821 28 16 11 8 3 057 016 896 261 635 141 3 494 1 887 313 1 046 248 – – 145 299 165 132 81 51 3 48 26 4 14 2 714 441 559 189 370 045 325 835 330 477 683 – 38 1 676 165 88 75 41 33 7 25 8 2 12 1 125 856 055 748 307 392 915 811 387 962 755 7 43 1 164 117 66 50 29 20 5 15 5 1 8 028 506 223 245 978 282 696 230 104 666 696 7 8 284

MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK AND TRAVEL TIME TO WORK
Workers 16 years and over Car, truck, or van Drove alone Carpooled Persons per car, truck, or van Public transportation Bus or trolley bus Streetcar or trolley car Subway or elevated Railroad Ferryboat Taxicab Motorcycle Bicycle Walked Other means Worked at home Mean travel time to work (minutes) 199 182 159 22 455 010 926 084 1.07 3 849 3 187 24 75 515 4 44 315 848 7 369 1 076 3 988 19.5 25 21 18 2 274 224 540 684 1.07 910 789 6 16 82 – 17 50 98 2 186 156 650 16.5 165 152 134 18 205 529 222 307 1.07 2 904 2 363 18 59 433 4 27 265 714 4 810 884 3 099 19.9 8 8 7 1 976 257 164 093 1.08 35 35 – – – – – – 36 373 36 239 20.2 74 67 58 9 147 964 518 446 1.08 394 310 – 2 45 8 29 92 107 1 718 536 3 336 21.1 3 267 2 299 1 997 302 1.07 23 11 – – – – 12 – – 147 49 749 20.0 186 170 149 20 562 060 199 861 1.07 3 876 3 185 18 75 551 4 43 241 725 6 762 1 022 3 876 20.2 15 12 10 1 334 138 575 563 1.07 888 773 – 16 82 – 17 10 65 1 701 97 435 17.1 171 157 138 19 228 922 624 298 1.07 2 988 2 412 18 59 469 4 26 231 660 5 061 925 3 441 20.5 87 79 69 10 040 914 245 669 1.08 367 312 6 2 9 8 30 166 230 2 325 590 3 448 19.3 61 55 48 7 075 934 220 714 1.08 300 254 – 2 9 8 27 71 96 1 357 470 2 847 20.3

INDUSTRY
Employed persons 16 years and over Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Metal industries Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation Communications and other public utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Food, bakery, and dairy stores Eating and drinking places Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Business and repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Educational services Public administration 199 376 1 722 253 14 592 37 399 25 217 1 209 1 355 2 266 12 182 577 1 729 1 622 4 7 4 7 32 5 7 11 11 9 3 2 48 8 6 17 7 872 486 120 391 206 285 124 848 039 221 448 493 690 361 701 482 729 501 455 24 255 202 – 1 518 3 295 2 440 176 307 372 855 56 172 94 50 202 604 479 591 093 475 096 243 521 175 98 433 349 743 219 871 124 911 166 061 1 412 253 12 243 32 495 21 761 772 837 1 773 10 734 420 1 469 1 467 4 6 3 6 26 4 6 9 9 7 3 1 39 6 5 14 4 738 208 124 786 190 652 377 361 472 370 922 372 079 937 882 855 552 594 872 9 060 108 – 831 1 609 1 016 261 211 121 593 101 88 61 84 76 392 126 425 1 540 272 391 324 330 351 23 178 75 2 076 408 306 783 672 74 975 4 313 91 9 199 11 875 7 833 2 198 1 048 784 4 042 885 451 472 399 823 059 556 701 859 642 974 082 373 830 274 649 078 561 518 197 949 475 3 272 1 082 – 281 299 203 40 55 18 96 14 14 15 19 24 126 39 67 428 58 77 30 32 92 2 57 24 549 75 46 282 164 189 012 1 999 274 14 444 36 845 24 522 597 834 2 040 12 323 411 1 763 1 590 4 6 4 7 29 4 7 11 10 9 3 2 45 7 6 16 5 910 828 848 190 065 388 826 084 060 808 102 497 302 335 287 684 176 000 568 15 553 125 – 1 078 2 301 1 724 30 106 245 577 8 152 55 42 160 407 260 408 313 318 701 082 019 888 73 216 217 289 787 528 066 877 173 459 1 874 274 13 366 34 544 22 798 567 728 1 795 11 746 403 1 611 1 535 4 6 3 6 27 4 6 9 9 8 3 2 40 6 5 14 4 868 668 441 930 657 075 508 383 978 789 214 424 086 118 998 897 648 934 691 85 339 4 036 70 9 347 12 429 8 528 2 810 1 569 1 010 3 901 1 051 417 504 361 481 331 757 842 756 940 738 061 786 176 270 037 104 975 316 750 450 362 61 613 3 799 68 7 580 9 123 6 225 2 161 1 020 689 2 898 845 324 380 280 360 439 341 198 126 353 630 536 812 367 206 486 808 783 110 794 972 941

4 1 1 1 1

3 1 2 13 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 13 2 2 4 4

2

1 1

3 1 2 16 2 3 2 2 3 2 1 16 3 2 6 6

2 1 2 12 2 2 1 1 2 1 10 2 1 3 3

6 1 2 1

4 1

72

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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP210 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 16/ 93 1:04 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA10. 08/ 06/ 93 19:40:58 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 72 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 06/ 93 19:41:32 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 06/ 93 19:41:33 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES10. 08/ 06/ 93 19:54:22

Table 74.

Labor Force Characteristics of White Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 years and over In labor force Percent of persons 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Females 16 years and over In labor force Percent of females 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Males 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Males 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 305 070 211 576 69.4 3 540 208 036 201 766 157 116 6 270 3.0 93 494 4 111 160 214 98 333 61.4 372 97 961 95 329 64 915 2 632 2.7 61 881 2 497 10 295 4 865 688 4 560 16 138 11 615 639 2 868 82 876 75 253 1 899 3 761 16 333 11 364 270 4 692 7 625 2 160 5 465 4 391 11 589 1 322 10 267 9 152 10 932 5 600 418 4 881 16 654 12 277 448 3 806 84 568 65 954 1 563 16 835 18 114 8 691 136 9 287 9 435 1 821 7 614 6 939 20 511 1 053 19 458 18 614 41 058 27 128 66.1 1 425 25 703 24 861 19 781 842 3.3 13 930 1 224 21 868 12 673 58.0 197 12 476 12 153 8 729 323 2.6 9 195 547 1 026 368 41 460 2 138 1 149 99 291 10 963 9 204 334 953 1 965 1 393 36 536 1 073 355 718 579 2 025 248 1 777 1 639 953 504 61 355 1 779 1 330 72 290 10 564 8 640 169 1 678 2 223 1 104 6 1 113 1 502 346 1 156 1 039 4 847 244 4 603 4 356 247 715 174 940 70.6 2 056 172 884 167 797 130 044 5 087 2.9 72 775 1 776 129 358 81 263 62.8 162 81 101 78 981 53 210 2 120 2.6 48 095 1 297 8 862 4 328 611 3 898 13 331 9 912 536 2 477 67 935 62 547 1 476 2 456 13 566 9 467 217 3 875 6 071 1 684 4 387 3 491 8 592 1 005 7 587 6 662 9 494 4 853 329 4 312 14 235 10 486 345 3 368 69 937 54 311 1 273 14 227 14 902 7 222 121 7 559 7 282 1 398 5 884 5 355 13 508 763 12 745 12 222 16 297 9 508 58.3 59 9 449 9 108 7 291 341 3.6 6 789 1 111 8 988 4 397 48.9 13 4 384 4 195 2 976 189 4.3 4 591 653 407 169 36 202 669 554 4 100 3 978 3 502 89 352 802 504 17 281 481 121 360 321 972 69 903 851 485 243 28 214 640 461 31 148 4 067 3 003 121 930 989 365 9 615 651 77 574 545 2 156 46 2 110 2 036 120 300 78 955 65.6 679 78 276 75 485 59 126 2 791 3.6 41 345 1 597 61 255 34 954 57.1 37 34 917 33 547 23 312 1 370 3.9 26 301 733 3 819 2 127 310 1 371 4 438 3 588 185 556 32 701 29 149 723 2 307 8 288 5 194 147 2 947 4 066 1 152 2 914 2 435 5 733 784 4 949 4 441 3 576 1 891 236 1 448 4 333 3 126 254 937 32 316 23 791 783 7 722 8 726 3 626 67 5 033 4 347 729 3 618 3 260 7 957 414 7 543 7 188 4 710 3 326 70.6 15 3 311 3 272 2 550 39 1.2 1 384 – 2 323 1 407 60.6 – 1 407 1 376 957 31 2.2 916 – 202 137 – 65 111 104 – 7 1 191 1 098 – 78 433 346 – 87 193 116 77 21 257 103 154 100 222 137 – 85 102 80 – 22 1 119 824 23 272 450 234 8 208 172 62 110 93 258 39 219 173 284 242 197 802 69.6 890 196 912 191 113 149 064 5 799 2.9 86 440 3 375 148 463 91 720 61.8 65 91 655 89 314 60 675 2 341 2.6 56 743 1 787 9 646 4 703 643 4 284 14 508 10 756 623 2 892 78 374 72 314 1 810 3 684 15 537 10 886 238 4 407 7 198 2 087 5 111 4 080 10 516 1 197 9 319 8 258 10 141 5 216 350 4 575 15 192 11 303 395 3 470 79 390 61 873 1 418 16 058 16 938 8 314 125 8 499 8 672 1 690 6 982 6 309 18 130 971 17 159 16 415 26 217 16 543 63.1 28 16 515 15 952 12 979 563 3.4 9 674 876 14 245 7 931 55.7 – 7 931 7 749 5 746 182 2.3 6 314 320 388 187 18 183 942 652 64 214 7 222 6 154 270 782 1 201 806 20 375 764 263 501 408 1 455 150 1 305 1 193 374 240 9 125 946 734 43 169 6 744 5 624 116 1 004 1 410 740 6 664 1 040 233 807 721 3 731 186 3 545 3 355 258 025 181 259 70.2 862 180 397 175 161 136 085 5 236 2.9 76 766 2 499 134 218 83 789 62.4 65 83 724 81 565 54 929 2 159 2.6 50 429 1 467 9 258 4 516 625 4 101 13 566 10 104 559 2 678 71 152 66 160 1 540 2 902 14 336 10 080 218 4 032 6 434 1 824 4 610 3 672 9 061 1 047 8 014 7 065 9 767 4 976 341 4 450 14 246 10 569 352 3 301 72 646 56 249 1 302 15 054 15 528 7 574 119 7 835 7 632 1 457 6 175 5 588 14 399 785 13 614 13 060 141 128 92 729 65.7 3 329 89 400 86 138 67 178 3 262 3.6 48 399 2 333 73 006 41 567 56.9 344 41 223 39 562 27 552 1 661 4.0 31 439 1 443 4 468 2 289 355 1 647 6 068 4 447 201 532 37 203 32 088 812 2 384 9 084 5 672 179 3 232 4 493 1 225 3 268 2 746 6 806 909 5 897 5 335 4 367 2 275 304 1 754 5 795 4 100 307 1 273 37 494 27 872 928 8 499 9 902 4 003 78 5 821 5 110 860 4 250 3 890 10 338 496 9 842 9 387 99 776 65 056 65.2 643 64 413 62 041 48 426 2 372 3.7 34 720 874 51 176 29 039 56.7 32 29 007 27 797 19 438 1 210 4.2 22 137 563 3 166 1 776 266 1 113 3 653 3 081 141 322 26 327 23 584 572 1 680 6 894 4 158 135 2 601 3 546 972 2 574 2 146 5 014 721 4 293 3 839 2 967 1 590 222 1 154 3 724 2 666 217 830 26 394 19 569 682 6 123 7 498 2 987 59 4 452 3 790 649 3 141 2 852 6 803 366 6 437 6 114

PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES
Females 16 years and over own children under 6 years labor force own children 6 to 17 years only labor force Own children under 6 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children under 6 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours With In With In 160 22 15 23 19 living with two 26 339 15 923 8 164 living with one 4 574 3 528 2 648 living with two 43 110 31 585 17 454 living with one 9 419 8 288 6 908 1 089 838 665 7 597 6 788 5 710 733 662 533 3 360 2 718 2 122 49 45 29 8 335 7 362 6 185 713 524 423 7 622 6 838 5 762 4 444 3 644 2 845 2 929 2 350 1 846 3 870 3 002 1 675 37 061 26 979 14 786 2 179 1 604 993 19 224 13 135 8 055 1 069 560 399 40 737 29 349 15 878 1 931 1 417 740 38 806 27 932 15 138 21 597 15 371 9 631 15 483 10 786 6 762 508 357 250 3 582 2 815 2 165 484 356 233 1 760 1 214 815 26 21 21 3 867 2 990 2 297 310 240 150 3 557 2 750 2 147 2 467 1 752 1 166 1 584 1 086 718 2 418 1 449 801 22 596 13 608 6 888 1 325 866 475 10 417 6 185 3 508 354 185 131 24 234 14 691 7 445 1 330 768 375 22 904 13 923 7 070 12 522 7 417 4 227 8 476 5 036 2 869 214 897 112 459 068 21 2 1 2 1 868 170 508 250 853 129 19 12 19 16 358 498 771 930 195 8 988 1 229 833 1 279 1 020 61 9 6 10 7 255 244 011 091 958 2 323 276 171 393 294 148 21 13 21 17 463 098 847 946 716 14 245 1 273 879 1 224 995 134 19 12 20 16 218 825 968 722 721 73 11 7 11 9 006 043 276 604 310 51 7 4 8 6 176 589 973 296 655

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP210 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 16/ 93 1:04 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA10. 08/ 06/ 93 19:40:58 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 73 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 06/ 93 19:41:32 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 06/ 93 19:41:33 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES10. 08/ 06/ 93 19:54:22

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Table 75.

Labor Force Characteristics of Black Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 years and over In labor force Percent of persons 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Females 16 years and over In labor force Percent of females 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Males 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Males 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 63 728 44 222 69.4 943 43 279 39 649 31 358 3 630 8.4 19 506 1 337 35 114 23 406 66.7 147 23 259 21 533 16 355 1 726 7.4 11 708 326 3 039 932 450 1 635 3 879 2 297 363 1 011 16 941 13 125 1 013 2 237 2 296 1 310 78 908 1 058 303 755 667 1 401 149 1 252 1 141 3 024 1 135 269 1 620 4 334 2 652 375 1 283 20 667 15 657 1 026 3 861 3 041 1 541 35 1 465 1 333 321 1 012 901 2 715 248 2 467 2 368 33 013 21 628 65.5 455 21 173 19 036 14 704 2 137 10.1 11 385 562 18 503 11 645 62.9 58 11 587 10 606 7 890 981 8.5 6 858 102 1 639 435 298 892 2 065 1 056 248 596 8 063 5 964 571 1 310 1 350 758 39 553 576 156 420 386 817 61 756 696 1 806 676 158 972 2 150 1 172 254 712 10 203 7 414 537 2 206 1 783 951 24 808 870 255 615 559 1 691 146 1 545 1 481 26 206 20 283 77.4 453 19 830 18 629 15 183 1 201 6.1 5 923 186 14 154 10 476 74.0 76 10 400 9 803 7 688 597 5.7 3 678 77 1 203 466 139 590 1 526 1 103 82 306 7 733 6 576 349 474 822 489 34 299 342 109 233 192 426 83 343 308 1 097 391 84 622 1 957 1 385 93 467 9 090 7 377 406 1 243 988 509 7 472 390 60 330 290 632 88 544 529 4 509 2 311 51.3 35 2 276 1 984 1 471 292 12.8 2 198 589 2 457 1 285 52.3 13 1 272 1 124 777 148 11.6 1 172 147 197 31 13 153 288 138 33 109 1 145 585 93 453 124 63 5 56 140 38 102 89 158 5 153 137 121 68 27 26 227 95 28 104 1 374 866 83 412 270 81 4 185 73 6 67 52 392 14 378 358 16 283 10 129 62.2 8 10 121 9 374 6 990 747 7.4 6 154 1 176 8 097 4 909 60.6 8 4 901 4 482 3 146 419 8.5 3 188 38 762 374 60 328 860 527 53 280 4 686 3 229 193 1 264 896 534 6 356 336 95 241 194 646 149 497 446 636 225 20 391 757 452 116 189 4 513 3 257 248 1 000 900 423 16 461 534 114 420 367 757 30 727 671 262 180 68.7 – 180 175 107 5 2.8 82 – 143 73 51.0 – 73 68 51 5 6.8 70 – 15 15 – – 3 3 – – 70 70 – – 14 7 – 7 – – – – 17 12 5 5 19 8 – 11 – – – – 79 50 5 24 14 10 – 4 13 – 13 13 18 – 18 4 52 319 36 367 69.5 227 36 140 33 132 26 659 3 008 8.3 15 952 1 708 28 232 19 249 68.2 29 19 220 17 810 13 836 1 410 7.3 8 983 160 2 384 774 351 1 251 2 951 1 806 316 785 14 664 11 180 865 2 473 1 986 1 130 66 790 894 256 638 569 1 208 176 1 032 948 2 180 793 206 1 181 3 278 2 092 287 892 16 908 13 116 879 2 891 2 575 1 343 31 1 201 1 122 261 861 787 2 169 212 1 957 1 884 26 726 17 503 65.5 110 17 393 15 550 12 251 1 843 10.6 9 223 502 15 027 9 512 63.3 22 9 490 8 638 6 595 852 9.0 5 515 83 1 189 315 220 654 1 399 793 234 335 6 715 4 987 498 1 179 1 141 622 39 480 525 134 391 357 730 61 669 613 1 241 461 132 648 1 530 853 205 472 8 449 6 133 491 1 803 1 589 841 24 724 756 222 534 491 1 462 128 1 334 1 287 25 593 18 864 73.7 117 18 747 17 582 14 408 1 165 6.2 6 729 1 206 13 205 9 737 73.7 7 9 730 9 172 7 241 558 5.7 3 468 77 1 195 459 131 597 1 552 1 013 82 450 7 949 6 193 367 1 294 845 508 27 310 369 122 247 212 478 115 363 335 939 332 74 533 1 748 1 239 82 420 8 459 6 983 388 1 088 986 502 7 477 366 39 327 296 707 84 623 597 27 692 17 984 64.9 724 17 260 15 891 11 689 1 369 7.9 9 708 805 14 979 9 066 60.5 126 8 940 8 205 5 665 735 8.2 5 913 204 1 417 532 159 712 1 788 1 018 100 506 6 963 5 174 341 1 028 1 206 714 18 474 500 142 358 292 839 122 717 639 1 480 567 83 830 1 813 1 012 204 580 8 272 5 798 395 1 970 1 366 621 20 725 745 174 571 481 1 303 66 1 237 1 155 14 166 9 363 66.1 8 9 355 8 677 6 461 678 7.2 4 803 163 7 567 4 559 60.2 8 4 551 4 155 2 894 396 8.7 3 008 38 655 320 59 276 671 490 53 128 3 571 3 036 148 387 818 499 6 313 303 79 224 177 581 114 467 416 605 217 20 368 730 439 109 182 4 202 2 995 232 967 848 396 16 436 502 108 394 341 680 19 661 605

PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES
Females 16 years and over own children under 6 years labor force own children 6 to 17 years only labor force Own children under 6 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children under 6 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours With In With In 35 6 4 6 5 living with two 3 368 2 405 1 500 living with one 5 793 3 625 2 355 living with two 7 200 5 729 4 210 living with one 9 724 7 209 5 117 5 714 4 097 2 896 3 179 2 581 1 909 831 531 312 1 928 1 448 1 066 13 13 13 7 838 5 948 4 395 4 927 3 537 2 587 2 911 2 411 1 808 3 814 2 709 1 788 1 857 1 383 1 026 2 870 2 233 1 571 3 825 3 185 2 455 505 311 184 2 212 1 615 961 57 32 21 5 517 4 530 3 298 2 229 1 729 1 173 3 288 2 801 2 125 3 895 2 814 1 873 2 033 1 450 877 3 100 1 769 1 149 2 202 1 580 1 040 491 276 166 1 297 737 391 16 9 – 4 648 3 021 1 938 2 615 1 509 948 2 033 1 512 990 2 442 1 341 808 1 233 687 367 1 334 906 561 1 841 1 372 890 193 127 49 806 506 311 19 – – 2 410 1 755 1 119 933 672 428 1 477 1 083 691 1 764 1 156 692 800 500 311 114 176 182 948 801 18 2 1 3 2 503 793 709 484 809 14 2 2 2 2 154 974 224 947 595 2 457 409 249 517 397 8 097 1 205 768 1 501 1 286 143 23 5 35 35 28 4 3 5 4 232 767 274 592 731 15 2 1 2 2 027 218 364 855 297 13 2 1 2 2 205 549 910 737 434 14 2 1 2 2 979 614 676 857 356 7 567 1 168 742 1 394 1 183

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Table 76.

Labor Force Characteristics of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 years and over In labor force Percent of persons 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Females 16 years and over In labor force Percent of females 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Males 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Males 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 855 623 72.9 15 608 575 432 33 5.4 232 – 376 282 75.0 5 277 262 193 15 5.4 94 – 26 10 – 16 52 36 – 11 274 206 18 45 65 37 – 28 50 24 26 17 12 – 12 12 63 38 9 16 31 18 – 13 245 200 6 34 12 6 – 6 6 – 6 6 19 – 19 19 210 147 70.0 5 142 130 107 12 8.5 63 – 89 60 67.4 – 60 51 39 9 15.0 29 – 18 6 – 12 20 8 – 7 63 60 3 – 6 – – 6 14 5 9 – – – – – 25 – 9 16 7 – – 7 45 45 – – 12 6 – 6 – – – – – – – – 585 457 78.1 10 447 426 312 21 4.7 128 – 274 216 78.8 5 211 205 154 6 2.8 58 – 8 4 – 4 32 28 – 4 198 146 15 32 50 37 – 13 23 6 17 17 – – – – 38 38 – – 24 18 – 6 194 149 6 34 – – – – 6 – 6 6 12 – 12 12 60 19 31.7 – 19 19 13 – – 41 – 13 6 46.2 – 6 6 – – – 7 – – – – – – – – – 13 – – 13 9 – – 9 13 13 – – 12 – 12 12 – – – – – – – – 6 6 – – – – – – – – – – 7 – 7 7 1 017 597 58.7 – 597 559 477 38 6.4 420 29 515 285 55.3 – 285 272 195 13 4.6 230 5 10 – – 10 16 9 – 7 323 246 25 52 54 27 – 27 18 – 18 18 81 5 76 56 36 11 – 25 16 3 7 6 286 222 6 58 82 27 – 55 34 9 25 25 61 – 61 61 56 18 32.1 – 18 18 18 – – 38 – 24 – – – – – – – – 24 – – – – – – – – – 18 18 – – – – – – – – – – 14 – 14 – – – – – – – – – – – – – 9 – – 9 7 – 7 7 8 – 8 8 677 547 80.8 – 547 513 368 34 6.2 130 24 335 289 86.3 – 289 274 192 15 5.2 46 – 10 10 – – 32 28 – 4 224 164 19 41 50 37 – 13 26 – 26 17 – – – – 52 43 9 – 24 18 – 6 241 207 6 28 6 6 – – – – – – 12 – 12 12 80 71 88.8 – 71 62 49 9 12.7 9 – 44 44 100.0 – 44 35 28 9 20.5 – – 6 6 – – – – – – 21 21 – – – – – – 9 – 9 – – – – – 9 – 9 – – – – – 29 29 – – 6 6 – – – – – – – – – – 597 476 79.7 – 476 451 319 25 5.3 121 24 291 245 84.2 – 245 239 164 6 2.4 46 – 4 4 – – 32 28 – 4 203 143 19 41 50 37 – 13 17 – 17 17 – – – – 43 43 – – 24 18 – 6 212 178 6 28 – – – – – – – – 12 – 12 12 1 195 673 56.3 15 658 621 541 37 5.6 522 5 556 278 50.0 5 273 260 196 13 4.8 278 5 26 – – 26 36 17 – 14 373 288 24 56 69 27 – 42 42 24 18 18 93 5 88 68 47 6 – 41 23 3 7 13 290 215 6 64 88 27 – 61 40 9 31 31 68 – 68 68 928 539 58.1 – 539 505 449 34 6.3 389 5 472 249 52.8 – 249 236 185 13 5.2 223 5 10 – – 10 16 9 – 7 277 228 21 28 54 27 – 27 18 – 18 18 81 5 76 56 31 6 – 25 16 3 7 6 248 191 6 51 82 27 – 55 34 9 25 25 61 – 61 61

PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES
Females 16 years and over own children under 6 years labor force own children 6 to 17 years only labor force Own children under 6 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children under 6 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours With In With In 376 78 60 88 72 living with two 12 12 – living with one – – – living with two 54 48 36 living with one 30 16 16 8 – – 22 16 16 – – – 58 38 31 – – – 22 16 16 – – – 22 16 16 66 38 31 58 38 31 17 17 17 37 31 19 – – – 97 78 56 – – – 46 40 23 11 11 11 35 29 12 105 86 69 92 73 56 – – – – – – – – – 46 12 – – – – – – – – – – – – – 46 12 – 46 12 – 5 5 – 7 7 – – – – 55 24 19 – – – 12 12 – 5 5 – 7 7 – 55 24 19 55 24 19 89 28 21 21 21 274 50 39 67 51 13 – – – – 515 78 25 87 67 24 – – – – 335 67 59 79 66 44 16 16 15 15 291 51 43 64 51 556 89 26 96 73 472 72 19 75 62

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 77.

Labor Force Characteristics of Asian or Pacific Islander Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 years and over In labor force Percent of persons 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Females 16 years and over In labor force Percent of females 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Males 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Males 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 5 846 4 015 68.7 45 3 970 3 836 2 948 134 3.4 1 831 6 3 027 1 859 61.4 – 1 859 1 803 1 273 56 3.0 1 168 – 292 86 2 199 345 175 27 143 1 871 1 598 25 208 201 141 20 40 74 28 46 26 36 9 27 13 180 51 7 122 330 138 18 174 2 134 1 435 26 673 281 157 5 119 32 9 23 23 70 13 57 57 618 436 70.6 21 415 397 318 18 4.3 182 – 307 179 58.3 – 179 174 139 5 2.8 128 – 28 8 – 15 36 18 7 11 207 179 6 6 14 14 – – 19 4 15 15 7 – 7 7 – – – – 5 5 – – 215 147 5 63 67 22 – 45 9 – 9 9 11 – 11 11 5 062 3 464 68.4 24 3 440 3 330 2 572 110 3.2 1 598 – 2 636 1 623 61.6 – 1 623 1 572 1 094 51 3.1 1 013 – 241 55 2 184 309 157 20 132 1 611 1 390 13 184 187 127 20 40 49 24 25 5 29 9 20 6 169 40 7 122 308 133 18 157 1 879 1 258 21 600 198 119 5 74 23 9 14 14 59 13 46 46 166 115 69.3 – 115 109 58 6 5.2 51 6 84 57 67.9 – 57 57 40 – – 27 – 23 23 – – – – – – 53 29 6 18 – – – – 6 – 6 6 – – – – 11 11 – – 17 – – 17 40 30 – 10 16 16 – – – – – – – – – – 868 618 71.2 – 618 601 416 17 2.8 250 – 524 341 65.1 – 341 332 199 9 2.6 183 – 48 18 – 30 7 7 – – 232 218 8 6 21 11 – 10 21 7 14 8 15 8 7 7 23 15 – 8 41 27 – 14 389 266 9 114 55 24 – 31 13 – 13 13 3 – 3 3 15 15 100.0 – 15 15 11 – – – – 15 15 100.0 – 15 15 11 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 15 15 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 5 156 3 561 69.1 8 3 553 3 450 2 689 103 2.9 1 595 – 2 592 1 610 62.1 – 1 610 1 565 1 105 45 2.8 982 – 232 47 2 183 319 157 19 143 1 716 1 519 13 176 198 133 20 45 64 24 40 20 35 9 26 16 166 43 7 116 269 138 8 123 1 857 1 252 25 580 214 110 5 99 27 9 18 18 59 13 46 46 248 156 62.9 – 156 156 128 – – 92 – 116 62 53.4 – 62 62 55 – – 54 – 9 – – 9 11 – – 11 87 87 – – 7 7 – – 15 – 15 15 3 – 3 3 – – – – 5 5 – – 74 42 – 32 37 15 – 22 – – – – – – – – 4 908 3 405 69.4 8 3 397 3 294 2 561 103 3.0 1 503 – 2 476 1 548 62.5 – 1 548 1 503 1 050 45 2.9 928 – 223 47 2 174 308 157 19 132 1 629 1 432 13 176 191 126 20 45 49 24 25 5 32 9 23 13 166 43 7 116 264 133 8 123 1 783 1 210 25 548 177 95 5 77 27 9 18 18 59 13 46 46 1 558 1 072 68.8 37 1 035 987 675 48 4.6 486 6 959 590 61.5 – 590 570 367 20 3.4 369 – 108 57 – 46 33 25 8 – 387 297 20 38 24 19 – 5 31 11 20 14 16 8 8 4 37 23 – 14 102 27 10 65 666 449 10 207 122 71 – 51 18 – 18 18 14 – 14 14 652 462 70.9 – 462 449 296 13 2.8 190 – 395 255 64.6 – 255 250 149 5 2.0 140 – 43 18 – 25 7 7 – – 165 151 8 6 13 8 – 5 21 7 14 8 8 8 – – 9 5 – 4 41 27 – 14 283 194 5 84 52 24 – 28 7 – 7 7 3 – 3 3

PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES
Females 16 years and over own children under 6 years labor force own children 6 to 17 years only labor force Own children under 6 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children under 6 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours With In With In 3 027 606 318 698 551 living with two 740 433 235 living with one 30 30 26 living with two 953 655 440 living with one 127 123 120 20 20 17 107 103 103 – – – 38 23 23 – – – 138 119 119 17 17 17 121 102 102 27 27 24 18 18 18 84 64 23 835 557 383 34 34 34 256 185 116 6 6 6 920 615 416 25 5 5 895 610 411 289 225 140 157 107 71 12 12 8 18 18 18 – – – 11 9 6 – – – 32 32 32 8 8 8 24 24 24 9 7 – 5 3 – 76 28 14 655 405 221 9 – – 78 23 9 – – – 679 397 229 37 14 14 642 383 215 139 59 15 60 23 9 307 64 28 69 63 2 636 527 285 618 477 84 15 5 11 11 524 137 71 167 139 15 – – 11 11 2 592 540 298 601 468 116 23 6 21 15 2 476 517 292 580 453 959 203 91 264 222 395 95 48 128 105

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Table 78.

Labor Force Characteristics of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 years and over In labor force Percent of persons 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Females 16 years and over In labor force Percent of females 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Males 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Males 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 8 760 6 579 75.1 252 6 327 5 755 4 493 572 9.0 2 181 73 4 326 2 799 64.7 18 2 781 2 452 1 725 329 11.8 1 527 19 396 200 32 159 797 578 30 118 2 816 2 305 164 189 278 190 11 77 73 22 51 43 74 14 60 46 490 215 71 204 683 398 26 259 2 690 1 704 202 766 243 123 30 90 62 12 50 47 158 – 158 154 3 773 2 685 71.2 82 2 603 2 314 1 771 289 11.1 1 088 38 1 833 1 109 60.5 – 1 109 971 683 138 12.4 724 – 189 83 22 79 401 254 17 77 1 199 942 112 121 88 49 – 39 26 7 19 11 37 8 29 29 268 88 50 130 273 136 – 137 1 106 699 79 328 100 44 9 47 19 4 15 12 67 – 67 67 4 606 3 611 78.4 170 3 441 3 162 2 471 279 8.1 995 23 2 372 1 637 69.0 18 1 619 1 432 996 187 11.6 735 13 199 117 10 72 333 261 13 41 1 444 1 202 52 56 177 135 11 31 47 15 32 32 34 6 28 14 222 127 21 74 402 262 26 114 1 496 973 123 382 122 62 17 43 43 8 35 35 87 – 87 83 381 283 74.3 – 283 279 251 4 1.4 98 12 121 53 43.8 – 53 49 46 4 7.5 68 6 8 – – 8 63 63 – – 173 161 – 12 13 6 – 7 – – – – 3 – 3 3 – – – – 8 – – 8 88 32 – 56 21 17 4 – – – – – 4 – 4 4 1 585 1 032 65.1 9 1 023 1 014 852 9 .9 553 181 617 366 59.3 – 366 359 273 7 1.9 251 – 97 46 – 51 157 116 1 37 582 426 1 149 104 55 – 49 12 12 – – 16 – 16 16 61 11 3 47 99 54 4 41 390 282 – 108 22 9 – 13 38 3 35 20 7 – 7 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 595 5 639 74.2 48 5 591 5 094 4 002 497 8.9 1 956 237 3 740 2 442 65.3 – 2 442 2 164 1 560 278 11.4 1 298 13 314 175 22 117 614 487 29 90 2 545 2 074 162 269 257 164 – 93 62 22 40 32 63 14 49 35 403 189 58 156 636 386 26 224 2 330 1 481 185 664 167 96 9 62 48 12 36 33 156 – 156 152 3 107 2 268 73.0 – 2 268 2 013 1 549 255 11.2 839 33 1 548 944 61.0 – 944 840 611 104 11.0 604 – 145 75 22 48 292 239 17 36 1 019 815 112 92 59 29 – 30 15 7 8 – 29 8 21 21 205 71 34 100 234 117 – 117 982 614 70 298 53 34 – 19 7 4 3 – 67 – 67 67 4 488 3 371 75.1 48 3 323 3 081 2 453 242 7.3 1 117 204 2 192 1 498 68.3 – 1 498 1 324 949 174 11.6 694 13 169 100 – 69 322 248 12 54 1 526 1 259 50 177 198 135 – 63 47 15 32 32 34 6 28 14 198 118 24 56 402 269 26 107 1 348 867 115 366 114 62 9 43 41 8 33 33 89 – 89 85 2 750 1 972 71.7 213 1 759 1 675 1 343 84 4.8 778 17 1 203 723 60.1 18 705 647 438 58 8.2 480 6 179 71 10 93 340 207 2 65 853 657 3 69 125 81 11 33 23 12 11 11 27 – 27 27 148 37 16 95 146 66 4 76 750 505 17 210 98 36 21 41 52 3 49 34 9 – 9 9 1 189 856 72.0 9 847 841 700 6 .7 333 – 543 319 58.7 – 319 315 231 4 1.3 224 – 90 46 – 44 122 103 1 15 336 310 1 19 70 55 – 15 12 12 – – 16 – 16 16 58 11 – 47 73 39 4 30 347 253 – 94 22 9 – 13 38 3 35 20 5 – 5 5

PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES
Females 16 years and over own children under 6 years labor force own children 6 to 17 years only labor force Own children under 6 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children under 6 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours With In With In 4 326 969 602 1 015 770 living with two 925 620 357 living with one 589 363 209 living with two 1 888 1 405 804 living with one 937 595 413 609 343 236 288 221 149 40 31 28 161 89 61 – – – 816 510 353 574 335 236 242 175 117 282 174 121 161 89 61 852 643 339 952 717 435 84 45 30 314 275 228 – – – 1 563 1 115 657 739 530 284 824 585 373 639 565 375 277 245 202 308 189 116 254 174 93 27 – – 69 43 40 – – – 535 340 202 308 189 116 227 151 86 123 66 47 63 37 34 246 165 107 629 432 246 50 23 4 132 83 67 – – – 747 461 275 209 128 70 538 333 205 310 242 149 108 76 64 1 833 382 253 503 398 2 372 542 337 481 352 121 45 12 31 20 617 130 71 166 118 – – – – – 3 740 831 499 871 645 1 548 350 226 436 341 2 192 481 273 435 304 1 203 268 174 310 243 543 105 64 145 104

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 79.

Labor Force Characteristics of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 years and over In labor force Percent of persons 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Females 16 years and over In labor force Percent of females 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Males 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Males 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 301 386 208 881 69.3 3 443 205 438 199 376 155 237 6 062 3.0 92 505 4 098 158 317 97 174 61.4 354 96 820 94 299 64 205 2 521 2.6 61 143 2 484 10 129 4 783 683 4 481 15 893 11 413 633 2 842 81 751 74 308 1 819 3 729 16 181 11 255 270 4 649 7 571 2 138 5 433 4 359 11 544 1 316 10 228 9 127 10 729 5 493 406 4 797 16 395 12 135 431 3 706 83 461 65 264 1 498 16 501 17 947 8 608 119 9 220 9 381 1 813 7 568 6 896 20 404 1 053 19 351 18 511 40 028 26 404 66.0 1 390 25 014 24 255 19 325 759 3.0 13 624 1 224 21 378 12 402 58.0 197 12 205 11 899 8 577 306 2.5 8 976 547 982 356 36 433 2 086 1 115 99 284 10 580 8 925 273 934 1 930 1 373 36 521 1 055 348 707 568 2 017 248 1 769 1 631 899 475 61 330 1 721 1 317 72 245 10 282 8 449 152 1 604 2 174 1 083 6 1 085 1 487 346 1 141 1 027 4 815 244 4 571 4 324 245 182 173 017 70.6 1 994 171 023 166 061 128 666 4 962 2.9 72 165 1 763 128 017 80 386 62.8 144 80 242 78 216 52 660 2 026 2.5 47 631 1 284 8 748 4 258 611 3 854 13 153 9 759 530 2 458 67 215 61 903 1 457 2 443 13 456 9 378 217 3 854 6 035 1 669 4 366 3 470 8 558 999 7 559 6 648 9 345 4 775 317 4 253 14 042 10 357 328 3 321 69 166 53 823 1 225 14 010 14 784 7 160 104 7 520 7 243 1 390 5 853 5 324 13 437 763 12 674 12 155 16 176 9 460 58.5 59 9 401 9 060 7 246 341 3.6 6 716 1 111 8 922 4 386 49.2 13 4 373 4 184 2 968 189 4.3 4 536 653 399 169 36 194 654 539 4 100 3 956 3 480 89 352 795 504 17 274 481 121 360 321 969 69 900 848 485 243 28 214 632 461 31 140 4 013 2 992 121 887 989 365 9 615 651 77 574 545 2 152 46 2 106 2 032 119 533 78 442 65.6 679 77 763 74 975 58 704 2 788 3.6 41 091 1 519 60 947 34 779 57.1 37 34 742 33 375 23 172 1 367 3.9 26 168 733 3 787 2 106 310 1 360 4 397 3 547 185 556 32 434 28 931 723 2 258 8 197 5 148 147 2 902 4 054 1 140 2 914 2 435 5 717 784 4 933 4 425 3 544 1 887 233 1 423 4 294 3 101 254 923 32 128 23 655 783 7 670 8 714 3 622 67 5 025 4 317 726 3 591 3 240 7 950 414 7 536 7 181 4 710 3 326 70.6 15 3 311 3 272 2 550 39 1.2 1 384 – 2 323 1 407 60.6 – 1 407 1 376 957 31 2.2 916 – 202 137 – 65 111 104 – 7 1 191 1 098 – 78 433 346 – 87 193 116 77 21 257 103 154 100 222 137 – 85 102 80 – 22 1 119 824 23 272 450 234 8 208 172 62 110 93 258 39 219 173 281 088 195 507 69.6 890 194 617 189 012 147 384 5 605 2.9 85 581 3 284 146 879 90 745 61.8 65 90 680 88 436 60 039 2 244 2.5 56 134 1 774 9 520 4 631 638 4 235 14 318 10 591 617 2 873 77 345 71 439 1 730 3 610 15 389 10 797 238 4 348 7 155 2 065 5 090 4 059 10 482 1 191 9 291 8 244 9 970 5 128 335 4 507 14 956 11 172 378 3 382 78 481 61 295 1 362 15 783 16 817 8 241 116 8 460 8 630 1 682 6 948 6 278 18 025 971 17 054 16 314 25 560 16 070 62.9 28 16 042 15 553 12 659 489 3.0 9 490 876 13 938 7 777 55.8 – 7 777 7 603 5 643 174 2.2 6 161 320 358 175 13 170 908 618 64 214 6 949 5 954 209 770 1 195 806 20 369 757 256 501 408 1 455 150 1 305 1 193 350 228 9 113 904 729 43 132 6 549 5 506 108 935 1 399 729 6 664 1 037 233 804 721 3 699 186 3 513 3 323 255 528 179 437 70.2 862 178 575 173 459 134 725 5 116 2.9 76 091 2 408 132 941 82 968 62.4 65 82 903 80 833 54 396 2 070 2.5 49 973 1 454 9 162 4 456 625 4 065 13 410 9 973 553 2 659 70 396 65 485 1 521 2 840 14 194 9 991 218 3 979 6 398 1 809 4 589 3 651 9 027 1 041 7 986 7 051 9 620 4 900 326 4 394 14 052 10 443 335 3 250 71 932 55 789 1 254 14 848 15 418 7 512 110 7 796 7 593 1 449 6 144 5 557 14 326 785 13 541 12 991 139 831 91 816 65.7 3 232 88 584 85 339 66 557 3 245 3.7 48 015 2 333 72 385 41 208 56.9 326 40 882 39 238 27 338 1 644 4.0 31 177 1 443 4 396 2 258 355 1 606 5 972 4 369 201 525 36 840 31 800 812 2 377 8 989 5 606 179 3 203 4 470 1 213 3 257 2 735 6 779 909 5 870 5 308 4 303 2 252 304 1 713 5 733 4 064 307 1 247 37 108 27 624 919 8 388 9 844 3 989 70 5 785 5 068 857 4 211 3 858 10 329 496 9 833 9 378 99 199 64 628 65.1 643 63 985 61 613 48 068 2 372 3.7 34 571 874 50 906 28 882 56.7 32 28 850 27 640 19 311 1 210 4.2 22 024 563 3 136 1 755 266 1 104 3 612 3 040 141 322 26 176 23 433 572 1 680 6 837 4 112 135 2 590 3 534 960 2 574 2 146 4 998 721 4 277 3 823 2 938 1 586 222 1 129 3 696 2 641 217 827 26 228 19 448 682 6 078 7 486 2 983 59 4 444 3 760 646 3 114 2 832 6 798 366 6 432 6 109

PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES
Females 16 years and over own children under 6 years labor force own children 6 to 17 years only labor force Own children under 6 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children under 6 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours With In With In 158 22 14 23 18 living with two 25 953 15 713 8 065 living with one 4 411 3 418 2 565 living with two 42 350 30 976 17 140 living with one 9 129 8 133 6 807 980 828 665 7 428 6 646 5 609 721 659 533 3 318 2 689 2 093 49 45 29 8 077 7 230 6 104 604 514 423 7 473 6 716 5 681 4 370 3 592 2 796 2 887 2 321 1 817 3 702 2 859 1 590 36 525 26 540 14 584 2 123 1 577 966 19 071 12 993 7 960 1 069 560 399 40 200 28 945 15 673 1 863 1 374 697 38 337 27 571 14 976 21 221 15 024 9 427 15 338 10 652 6 671 439 298 205 3 515 2 764 2 127 457 356 233 1 716 1 186 790 26 21 21 3 731 2 880 2 214 241 181 105 3 490 2 699 2 109 2 396 1 724 1 141 1 540 1 058 693 2 391 1 422 784 22 254 13 429 6 810 1 308 862 471 10 317 6 134 3 469 354 185 131 23 929 14 555 7 379 1 316 754 371 22 613 13 801 7 008 12 341 7 292 4 155 8 396 4 988 2 833 317 602 980 031 751 21 2 1 2 1 378 114 465 141 783 128 19 12 19 15 017 285 682 633 959 8 922 1 203 833 1 257 1 009 60 9 5 10 7 947 179 977 024 907 2 323 276 171 393 294 146 20 13 21 17 879 841 738 627 497 13 938 1 238 852 1 163 973 132 19 12 20 16 941 603 886 464 524 72 10 7 11 9 385 940 219 428 161 50 7 4 8 6 906 546 943 232 607

78

DELAWARE

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 80.

Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status of White Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LABOR FORCE STATUS OF FAMILY MEMBERS
Married-couple families Husband employed or in Armed Forces Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband unemployed Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband not in labor force Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Female householder, no husband present Employed or in Armed Forces Unemployed 85 68 47 1 1 15 3 12 8 008 076 728 041 132 838 37 800 334 72 171 520 214 9 017 6 974 5 088 96 132 103 15 1 911 358 – 1 856 1 129 28 71 540 57 790 40 344 874 981 731 15 12 769 2 816 64 9 473 6 840 165 4 451 3 312 2 296 71 19 4 7 1 120 160 8 842 551 21 39 071 29 423 20 210 528 391 247 37 9 257 1 914 79 3 990 2 453 124 1 590 1 279 876 5 – – – 311 108 8 73 42 3 80 129 64 394 44 968 918 1 095 802 37 14 640 3 174 64 10 872 7 511 192 5 166 3 808 2 686 50 95 66 15 1 263 257 – 1 359 786 22 74 963 60 586 42 282 868 1 000 736 22 13 377 2 917 64 9 513 6 725 170 43 950 33 105 22 970 651 428 283 37 10 417 2 074 87 5 289 3 462 146 32 150 23 661 16 336 462 344 216 37 8 145 1 667 79 3 505 2 195 109

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 to 19 years Enrolled in school Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Not enrolled in school High school graduate Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Not high school graduate Employed Unemployed Not in labor force 21 227 17 432 7 867 755 8 775 3 795 2 177 1 631 145 221 1 618 967 206 445 1 979 1 413 632 49 706 566 350 146 17 23 216 94 36 86 18 356 15 298 6 925 656 7 708 3 058 1 728 1 413 120 179 1 330 843 164 323 892 721 310 50 361 171 99 72 8 19 72 30 6 36 7 395 5 303 2 566 366 2 364 2 092 1 009 836 79 89 1 083 616 101 366 424 246 124 – 122 178 73 62 – 11 105 88 – 17 19 787 16 314 7 438 696 8 180 3 473 1 902 1 550 124 212 1 571 931 173 467 762 540 300 7 233 222 87 63 9 15 135 64 11 60 19 025 15 774 7 138 689 7 947 3 251 1 815 1 487 115 197 1 436 867 162 407 8 835 6 421 2 995 425 2 959 2 414 1 284 917 100 98 1 130 652 134 344 6 133 4 357 2 118 325 1 907 1 776 876 715 79 77 900 533 84 283

CLASS OF WORKER
Employed persons 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers Employed females 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers 201 169 5 13 4 8 95 79 2 7 1 3 766 581 139 384 513 699 450 329 672 427 943 526 484 277 24 19 1 2 1 12 9 1 861 130 099 456 852 273 51 153 526 365 442 303 473 44 167 143 3 9 3 6 78 67 1 5 1 2 797 647 695 721 478 925 331 981 102 926 824 146 807 176 9 108 6 804 345 1 207 183 501 68 4 195 3 044 136 677 77 204 57 75 56 2 7 1 6 33 24 1 4 2 485 882 426 260 960 560 397 547 836 237 390 693 204 187 3 272 1 688 76 435 44 960 69 1 376 757 37 302 22 235 23 191 163 4 10 3 8 89 75 2 6 1 3 113 432 730 738 510 287 416 314 895 250 418 214 281 256 15 952 13 156 812 891 275 784 34 7 749 6 607 221 507 117 270 27 175 150 3 9 3 7 81 69 2 5 1 3 161 276 918 847 235 503 382 565 288 029 911 097 011 229 86 63 2 9 2 6 39 28 1 5 1 2 138 031 835 906 963 972 431 562 613 414 915 005 407 208 62 46 2 6 1 5 27 20 1 3 1 041 231 067 148 610 676 309 797 484 027 717 555 884 130

WORK STATUS IN 1989
Persons 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Females 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 232 154 8 18 15 18 17 182 155 137 8 109 65 4 10 9 10 9 75 62 53 4 108 247 733 275 092 178 583 427 912 426 344 803 920 450 262 271 107 793 708 383 662 553 29 19 1 2 1 2 1 23 20 17 1 13 8 1 1 1 9 8 7 198 848 090 183 837 442 798 693 303 898 087 651 594 543 227 151 326 810 952 336 221 628 192 127 7 15 12 14 14 150 128 113 6 91 54 3 8 7 8 8 62 51 43 3 426 390 279 353 660 869 875 135 465 237 815 206 301 722 627 820 277 459 136 106 907 723 10 484 7 009 364 739 595 867 910 8 599 7 144 6 291 442 4 946 3 025 185 408 300 504 524 3 620 2 941 2 534 202 84 57 2 6 5 6 5 68 58 51 3 38 23 1 3 3 3 3 27 22 19 1 991 425 956 548 702 579 781 289 262 392 686 382 245 300 657 195 826 159 325 253 042 937 3 629 2 605 87 238 194 262 243 2 841 2 402 2 194 153 1 556 1 008 25 121 121 147 134 1 105 849 758 94 217 144 8 17 14 16 16 170 146 128 7 102 61 4 9 8 9 9 70 58 50 4 098 551 107 120 110 678 532 413 009 903 709 259 832 059 515 612 091 150 228 158 280 114 17 835 12 305 734 1 309 997 1 413 1 077 14 640 12 729 11 185 590 8 480 5 652 356 685 662 702 423 6 312 5 472 4 833 339 199 132 7 15 13 15 15 155 133 117 7 93 56 3 8 7 8 8 63 52 45 3 263 246 373 811 113 265 455 773 280 718 119 779 180 703 830 950 389 727 916 686 447 775 100 67 3 7 6 8 6 80 68 59 4 45 27 1 4 3 4 3 32 26 22 2 001 121 582 703 684 079 832 303 165 915 321 926 333 691 404 854 842 802 805 478 424 376 70 47 2 5 4 5 4 56 47 42 3 32 19 1 3 2 3 2 22 18 15 1 036 130 411 444 664 621 766 229 774 079 058 005 303 100 033 652 316 601 948 591 848 653

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989
Families No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers Married-couple families No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers Husband and wife worked Female householder, no husband present No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers 101 9 24 51 15 85 8 17 59 54 12 1 5 4 075 950 899 190 036 008 416 202 390 640 171 302 926 943 11 1 2 5 1 9 1 1 6 5 1 391 547 887 639 318 017 203 781 033 619 856 271 898 687 84 7 20 42 13 71 6 14 50 46 9 154 586 566 899 103 540 488 578 474 398 473 939 4 576 3 958 5 530 817 1 446 2 652 615 4 451 725 843 2 883 2 623 842 92 452 298 44 6 11 21 5 39 5 8 25 23 3 607 083 208 363 953 071 390 447 234 215 990 547 1 944 1 499 1 746 113 448 834 351 1 590 108 387 1 095 986 73 – 25 48 94 9 23 47 14 80 7 16 55 51 10 1 5 4 653 017 421 814 401 129 608 549 972 292 872 171 236 465 6 1 1 3 5 1 3 3 1 891 043 851 249 748 166 775 071 320 010 359 204 637 518 87 7 21 44 13 74 6 15 52 48 9 762 974 570 565 653 963 833 478 652 282 513 967 4 599 3 947 51 7 12 24 6 43 6 9 28 26 5 029 016 686 739 588 950 198 100 652 563 289 678 2 634 1 977 36 5 9 17 4 32 4 6 20 18 3 965 400 149 461 955 150 810 749 591 992 505 467 1 705 1 333

VETERAN STATUS AND PERIOD OF SERVICE
Civilian veterans 16 years and over Male May 1975 or later service only September 1980 or later service only Served 2 or more years Vietnam-era service World War II service 47 45 6 3 3 13 15 395 267 198 586 179 487 671 6 448 6 027 786 483 415 2 032 2 159 38 36 5 2 2 10 12 259 655 077 877 554 724 472 2 688 2 585 335 226 210 731 1 040 21 20 2 1 1 6 7 800 912 223 386 141 634 830 641 616 26 12 7 178 220 43 41 5 2 2 11 14 017 423 068 813 437 751 555 3 635 3 472 314 194 164 919 1 411 39 37 4 2 2 10 13 382 951 754 619 273 832 144 26 24 3 2 1 8 8 178 756 353 159 883 370 946 18 17 1 1 1 5 6 528 738 956 259 041 591 887

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP210 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 16/ 93 1:04 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA10. 08/ 06/ 93 19:40:58 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 79 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 06/ 93 19:41:32 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 06/ 93 19:41:33 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES10. 08/ 06/ 93 19:54:22

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Table 81.

Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status of Black Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LABOR FORCE STATUS OF FAMILY MEMBERS
Married-couple families Husband employed or in Armed Forces Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband unemployed Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband not in labor force Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Female householder, no husband present Employed or in Armed Forces Unemployed 10 757 8 441 6 725 205 288 216 37 2 028 812 46 9 326 5 884 578 4 543 3 296 2 625 94 132 102 23 1 115 440 41 5 216 3 187 294 5 629 4 754 3 851 95 117 88 14 758 336 5 3 306 2 326 205 585 391 249 16 39 26 – 155 36 – 804 371 79 2 987 2 256 1 623 89 45 24 3 686 219 19 1 767 994 129 79 74 40 3 – – – 5 – – 16 6 – 8 624 6 715 5 433 146 216 181 30 1 693 669 38 7 469 4 894 440 3 541 2 483 1 983 72 106 90 16 952 380 33 4 430 2 700 263 5 083 4 232 3 450 74 110 91 14 741 289 5 3 039 2 194 177 5 120 3 982 2 915 148 117 59 10 1 021 362 27 3 624 1 984 267 2 791 2 099 1 488 89 36 15 3 656 211 19 1 670 921 126

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 to 19 years Enrolled in school Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Not enrolled in school High school graduate Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Not high school graduate Employed Unemployed Not in labor force 6 063 4 594 1 424 467 2 703 1 469 678 432 110 114 791 211 142 438 3 445 2 537 753 287 1 497 908 360 217 74 55 548 141 95 312 2 300 1 837 602 170 1 065 463 284 197 31 48 179 58 22 99 318 220 69 10 141 98 34 18 5 11 64 12 25 27 1 398 988 383 50 555 410 184 135 11 38 226 81 19 126 34 34 23 – 11 – – – – – – – – – 4 564 3 348 1 026 338 1 984 1 216 587 379 109 91 629 162 110 357 2 430 1 667 493 190 984 763 310 188 74 48 453 95 88 270 2 134 1 681 533 148 1 000 453 277 191 35 43 176 67 22 87 2 897 2 234 781 179 1 274 663 275 188 12 61 388 130 51 207 1 260 871 341 50 480 389 172 124 10 38 217 72 19 126

CLASS OF WORKER
Employed persons 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers Employed females 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers 649 530 737 036 575 747 24 21 533 16 989 906 2 532 739 353 14 39 31 1 4 1 036 994 008 957 705 364 8 10 606 8 254 511 1 274 357 210 – 19 14 1 1 18 629 14 931 665 1 836 834 347 16 9 803 7 866 367 1 072 362 122 14 1 984 1 605 64 243 36 36 – 1 124 869 28 186 20 21 – 9 374 7 648 297 985 176 256 12 4 482 3 595 118 630 90 49 – 175 102 – 41 – 32 – 68 32 – 36 – – – 33 26 1 3 1 132 813 513 056 103 637 10 17 810 14 258 758 1 945 578 271 – 15 550 12 610 858 1 279 495 300 8 8 638 6 905 411 860 296 166 – 17 582 14 203 655 1 777 608 337 2 9 172 7 353 347 1 085 282 105 – 15 891 12 365 521 1 965 648 366 26 8 205 6 326 266 1 217 251 131 14 8 677 7 187 244 851 168 217 10 4 155 3 393 104 537 82 39 –

WORK STATUS IN 1989
Persons 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Females 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 47 29 2 3 3 4 4 38 31 26 2 25 15 1 1 2 2 19 15 13 1 537 745 107 276 420 541 448 661 079 835 406 211 552 970 803 957 436 493 825 740 703 347 23 293 14 019 940 1 639 1 683 2 518 2 494 18 553 14 505 12 470 1 168 12 565 7 566 447 829 965 1 297 1 461 9 551 7 429 6 521 668 21 14 1 1 1 1 1 18 15 13 1 11 7 633 241 006 444 489 783 670 076 002 066 068 257 184 445 878 834 013 903 260 506 519 583 2 611 1 485 161 193 248 240 284 2 032 1 572 1 299 170 1 389 802 78 96 158 126 129 1 014 805 663 96 11 332 7 143 312 687 890 1 157 1 143 9 132 7 052 6 324 676 5 395 3 376 173 327 394 567 558 4 131 3 248 2 893 259 189 114 – 13 41 18 3 126 95 91 24 90 46 – – 29 12 3 63 44 44 12 38 24 1 2 2 3 3 31 25 22 2 20 13 1 1 1 1 16 13 11 1 851 758 595 624 875 585 414 798 674 331 101 391 017 723 460 468 873 850 239 147 530 026 18 404 11 494 714 1 277 1 326 1 822 1 771 14 754 11 779 10 160 976 10 027 6 290 348 649 707 983 1 050 7 752 6 187 5 432 526 20 447 13 264 881 1 347 1 549 1 763 1 643 17 044 13 895 12 171 1 125 10 364 6 727 375 811 761 890 800 8 487 6 960 6 098 500 20 018 12 130 824 1 339 1 435 2 113 2 177 15 995 12 457 10 828 981 10 215 5 911 420 670 883 1 130 1 201 7 717 5 841 5 066 580 10 132 6 612 297 642 659 990 932 8 147 6 521 5 834 470 5 050 3 146 169 306 363 553 513 3 862 3 022 2 685 241

1 9 7 6

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989
Families No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers Married-couple families No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers Husband and wife worked Female householder, no husband present No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers 21 2 7 8 3 10 1 8 7 9 1 4 3 699 363 165 638 533 757 750 602 405 567 326 464 663 199 10 1 3 3 1 4 3 2 5 2 1 618 337 631 806 844 543 395 721 427 995 216 850 437 929 9 599 674 2 958 4 374 1 593 5 629 299 738 4 592 4 263 3 306 337 1 867 1 102 1 482 352 576 458 96 585 56 143 386 309 804 277 359 168 5 179 658 1 519 2 049 953 2 987 322 555 2 110 1 897 1 767 289 746 732 103 13 17 37 36 79 13 14 52 43 16 – – 16 17 1 5 6 3 8 1 6 6 7 3 2 450 749 696 898 107 624 635 290 699 001 469 988 681 800 8 1 2 3 1 3 2 2 4 2 1 711 097 991 055 568 541 317 589 635 237 430 694 012 724 8 739 652 2 705 3 843 1 539 5 083 318 701 4 064 3 764 3 039 294 1 669 1 076 9 1 2 3 1 5 3 3 3 1 1 428 272 988 789 379 120 437 867 816 463 624 765 728 131 4 869 629 1 449 1 912 879 2 791 302 520 1 969 1 768 1 670 282 720 668

VETERAN STATUS AND PERIOD OF SERVICE
Civilian veterans 16 years and over Male May 1975 or later service only September 1980 or later service only Served 2 or more years Vietnam-era service World War II service 8 8 2 1 1 3 1 806 204 482 425 281 026 592 4 120 3 879 994 489 421 1 364 841 4 000 3 699 1 274 803 741 1 472 572 686 626 214 133 119 190 179 2 114 2 034 655 465 381 558 403 16 16 4 – – 7 5 7 6 2 1 1 2 1 173 749 076 224 120 204 318 3 287 3 111 756 323 279 990 702 3 886 3 638 1 320 901 841 1 214 616 3 747 3 489 1 061 666 542 1 380 677 1 737 1 671 442 272 200 479 373

80

DELAWARE

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP210 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 16/ 93 1:04 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA10. 08/ 06/ 93 19:40:58 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 80 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 06/ 93 19:41:32 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 06/ 93 19:41:33 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES10. 08/ 06/ 93 19:54:22

Table 82.

Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LABOR FORCE STATUS OF FAMILY MEMBERS
Married-couple families Husband employed or in Armed Forces Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband unemployed Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband not in labor force Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Female householder, no husband present Employed or in Armed Forces Unemployed 222 177 155 6 7 7 – 38 23 – 72 39 9 89 65 33 – 32 24 11 11 – – 13 4 9 – 575 490 12 41 17 15 – 262 249 – – 5 8 – 694 487 12 25 95 24 51 533 469 438 40 316 222 – 6 36 12 40 222 198 198 7 316 24 102 145 45 222 15 40 167 164 72 9 42 21 225 225 28 15 15 84 60 38 38 38 – – – – – – – 35 19 9 43 34 6 – 28 9 – – – – 9 – 9 – 130 125 – – 5 – – 51 46 – – 5 – – 167 117 – 14 18 6 12 135 115 101 7 67 49 – – 7 6 5 46 33 33 7 73 9 20 37 7 38 – – 38 38 35 9 20 6 47 47 15 15 15 12 20 177 139 117 6 7 7 – 31 23 – 37 20 – 46 31 27 – 4 15 11 11 – – 4 4 – – 426 352 12 41 12 9 – 205 203 – – – 2 – 508 351 12 11 77 18 39 385 341 324 33 243 167 – 6 29 6 35 176 165 165 – 223 8 69 108 38 177 8 40 129 126 37 – 22 15 165 165 – – – 72 40 7 – – – – – – 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 19 13 – – – 6 – 6 – – – – 6 – 19 19 – – – – – 13 13 13 – 6 6 – – – – – – – – – 20 7 13 – – 7 7 – – – – – – – 13 13 13 – – – – 274 159 95 6 13 10 3 102 33 11 88 51 7 46 37 11 – 26 9 – – – – 9 – – 9 559 413 21 32 49 44 – 272 230 8 25 3 6 – 697 466 – 55 70 54 52 577 479 434 57 313 201 – 17 28 28 39 230 193 176 22 379 55 126 172 26 274 36 77 161 150 88 13 49 26 149 143 19 – – 53 47 20 6 – – – – – 14 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 18 6 – – – 12 – – – – – – – – 32 6 – 12 – 7 7 25 18 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – 20 – 14 6 – 20 – 14 6 – – – – – 19 19 – – – 12 7 185 147 128 6 7 7 – 31 23 – 54 28 9 62 38 38 – – 24 11 11 – – 13 4 9 – 513 443 12 40 9 9 – 274 272 – – – 2 – 593 390 12 27 101 29 34 462 387 354 57 297 212 – 11 36 11 27 224 206 201 7 248 17 77 109 45 185 8 40 137 137 54 9 30 15 169 169 – – – 80 43 7 7 7 – – – – – – – 17 8 9 15 6 6 – – 9 – – – – 9 – 9 – 62 62 – – – – – 35 35 – – – – – 71 44 – 7 13 – 7 65 51 44 7 35 28 – – 7 – – 35 28 28 7 24 9 8 – 7 7 – – 7 7 17 9 8 – 16 16 – – – 7 9 178 140 121 6 7 7 – 31 23 – 37 20 – 47 32 32 – – 15 11 11 – – 4 4 – – 451 381 12 40 9 9 – 239 237 – – – 2 – 522 346 12 20 88 29 27 397 336 310 50 262 184 – 11 29 11 27 189 178 173 – 224 8 69 109 38 178 8 40 130 130 37 – 22 15 153 153 – – – 73 34 311 189 122 6 13 10 3 109 33 11 106 62 7 73 64 6 – 58 9 – – – – 9 – – 9 621 460 21 33 57 50 – 260 207 8 25 8 12 – 798 563 – 53 64 49 69 648 561 518 40 332 211 – 12 28 29 52 228 185 173 22 447 62 151 208 26 311 43 77 191 177 106 13 61 32 205 199 47 15 15 57 64 262 147 83 6 13 10 3 102 33 11 88 51 7 41 32 6 – 26 9 – – – – 9 – – 9 505 366 21 25 49 44 – 236 194 8 25 3 6 – 615 428 – 46 46 43 52 517 443 407 33 277 175 – 12 28 23 39 210 173 161 22 367 55 126 165 21 262 36 77 149 138 88 13 49 26 145 139 19 – – 49 47

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 to 19 years Enrolled in school Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Not enrolled in school High school graduate Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Not high school graduate Employed Unemployed Not in labor force

CLASS OF WORKER
Employed persons 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers Employed females 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers

WORK STATUS IN 1989
Persons 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Females 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989
Families No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers Married-couple families No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers Husband and wife worked Female householder, no husband present No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers

VETERAN STATUS AND PERIOD OF SERVICE
Civilian veterans 16 years and over Male May 1975 or later service only September 1980 or later service only Served 2 or more years Vietnam-era service World War II service

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 83.

Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status of Asian or Pacific Islander Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LABOR FORCE STATUS OF FAMILY MEMBERS
Married-couple families Husband employed or in Armed Forces Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband unemployed Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband not in labor force Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Female householder, no husband present Employed or in Armed Forces Unemployed 1 523 1 380 898 23 28 21 – 115 30 – 163 124 – 158 147 76 – – – – 11 – – 20 9 – 1 324 1 204 793 23 28 21 – 92 30 – 143 115 – 41 29 29 – – – – 12 – – – – – 194 166 93 3 8 8 – 20 13 – 12 12 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1 392 1 257 803 26 28 21 – 107 31 – 130 116 – 54 47 23 – – – – 7 – – 9 9 – 1 338 1 210 780 26 28 21 – 100 31 – 121 107 – 325 289 188 – 8 8 – 28 12 – 45 20 – 129 113 67 – 8 8 – 8 8 – 12 12 –

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 to 19 years Enrolled in school Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Not enrolled in school High school graduate Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Not high school graduate Employed Unemployed Not in labor force 472 436 132 9 295 36 20 5 – 10 16 – – 16 28 23 8 – 15 5 5 – – – – – – – 410 379 90 9 280 31 15 5 – 10 16 – – 16 34 34 34 – – – – – – – – – – – 71 67 29 – 38 4 4 4 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 398 369 87 9 273 29 13 3 – 10 16 – – 16 9 9 – – 9 – – – – – – – – – 389 360 87 9 264 29 13 3 – 10 16 – – 16 145 134 74 – 60 11 11 6 – – – – – – 52 48 19 – 29 4 4 4 – – – – – –

CLASS OF WORKER
Employed persons 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers Employed females 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers 3 836 3 085 67 304 124 256 – 1 803 1 446 41 131 59 126 – 397 259 – 67 9 62 – 174 139 – 27 – 8 – 3 330 2 756 67 208 115 184 – 1 572 1 277 41 87 59 108 – 109 70 – 29 – 10 – 57 30 – 17 – 10 – 601 486 20 27 23 36 9 332 262 17 17 16 13 7 15 11 – – – 4 – 15 11 – – – 4 – 3 450 2 846 59 222 106 217 – 1 565 1 258 33 102 59 113 – 156 111 – 14 – 31 – 62 47 – 7 – 8 – 3 294 2 735 59 208 106 186 – 1 503 1 211 33 95 59 105 – 987 725 28 109 41 75 9 570 450 25 46 16 26 7 449 368 10 16 23 23 9 250 204 7 9 16 7 7

WORK STATUS IN 1989
Persons 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Females 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 4 445 2 794 178 384 306 364 419 3 439 2 796 2 396 160 2 118 1 207 100 257 190 211 153 1 515 1 211 984 121 481 297 23 52 35 35 39 391 305 255 29 222 115 7 37 21 22 20 150 107 81 15 3 855 2 443 155 306 265 318 368 2 973 2 422 2 087 125 1 839 1 067 93 194 163 189 133 1 319 1 064 878 100 109 54 – 26 6 11 12 75 69 54 6 57 25 – 26 6 – – 46 40 25 6 642 418 8 83 42 50 41 486 412 354 33 352 218 – 54 23 31 26 246 206 175 14 15 15 – – – – – 11 11 11 – 15 15 – – – – – 11 11 11 – 3 931 2 490 162 344 260 293 382 3 084 2 527 2 154 127 1 787 1 048 93 204 147 161 134 1 308 1 075 879 91 176 106 7 22 7 7 27 153 122 100 7 68 41 – 7 7 – 13 55 42 35 7 3 755 2 384 155 322 253 286 355 2 931 2 405 2 054 120 1 719 1 007 93 197 140 161 121 1 253 1 033 844 84 1 156 722 24 123 88 121 78 841 681 596 66 683 377 7 107 66 81 45 453 342 280 44 496 317 8 62 31 41 37 362 303 266 22 276 163 – 46 23 22 22 192 156 133 14

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989
Families No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers Married-couple families No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers Husband and wife worked Female householder, no husband present No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers 1 743 74 529 871 269 1 523 52 435 1 036 1 006 163 13 84 66 185 16 51 118 – 158 11 38 109 101 20 5 13 2 1 517 46 478 736 257 1 324 29 397 898 876 143 8 71 64 41 12 – 17 12 41 12 – 29 29 – – – – 222 8 65 119 30 194 – 59 135 117 12 – 6 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1 579 53 500 781 245 1 392 36 426 930 885 130 8 64 58 70 7 23 40 – 54 7 16 31 23 9 – 7 2 1 509 46 477 741 245 1 338 29 410 899 862 121 8 57 56 386 29 94 209 54 325 16 68 241 238 45 5 26 14 157 8 44 81 24 129 – 38 91 88 12 – 6 6

VETERAN STATUS AND PERIOD OF SERVICE
Civilian veterans 16 years and over Male May 1975 or later service only September 1980 or later service only Served 2 or more years Vietnam-era service World War II service 136 128 74 64 64 39 17 33 33 20 20 20 9 4 103 95 54 44 44 30 13 – – – – – – – 41 41 18 18 18 23 – – – – – – – – 85 77 44 34 34 22 13 – – – – – – – 85 77 44 34 34 22 13 92 92 48 48 48 40 4 41 41 18 18 18 23 –

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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 84.

Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LABOR FORCE STATUS OF FAMILY MEMBERS
Married-couple families Husband employed or in Armed Forces Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband unemployed Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband not in labor force Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Female householder, no husband present Employed or in Armed Forces Unemployed 2 091 1 848 1 272 89 52 20 8 191 48 – 648 372 51 758 656 469 36 19 9 – 83 30 – 330 149 16 1 256 1 125 765 53 33 11 8 98 18 – 305 214 35 77 67 38 – – – – 10 – – 13 9 – 326 292 216 – – – – 34 8 – 69 33 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1 754 1 558 1 028 70 52 20 8 144 46 – 590 340 42 600 529 366 29 19 9 – 52 30 – 311 149 7 1 154 1 029 662 41 33 11 8 92 16 – 279 191 35 663 582 460 19 – – – 81 10 – 127 65 9 257 228 190 – – – – 29 8 – 69 33 –

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 to 19 years Enrolled in school Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Not enrolled in school High school graduate Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Not high school graduate Employed Unemployed Not in labor force 886 633 245 66 322 253 95 76 9 5 158 94 28 36 457 326 97 45 184 131 41 27 9 – 90 47 18 25 421 299 148 21 130 122 54 49 – 5 68 47 10 11 8 8 – – 8 – – – – – – – – – 158 105 28 – 77 53 3 3 – – 50 26 3 21 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 717 487 205 50 232 230 79 65 9 5 151 94 21 36 350 224 72 29 123 126 36 27 9 – 90 47 18 25 367 263 133 21 109 104 43 38 – 5 61 47 3 11 327 251 68 16 167 76 19 14 – – 57 26 10 21 148 98 28 – 70 50 3 3 – – 47 26 – 21

CLASS OF WORKER
Employed persons 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers Employed females 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers 5 755 4 655 298 336 228 225 13 2 452 1 898 116 243 86 96 13 2 314 1 810 148 141 97 105 13 971 718 48 108 47 37 13 3 162 2 611 130 195 131 95 – 1 432 1 149 60 135 39 49 – 279 234 20 – – 25 – 49 31 8 – – 10 – 1 014 860 23 53 36 42 – 359 297 17 34 – 11 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 5 094 4 173 262 303 159 184 13 2 164 1 722 98 210 62 59 13 2 013 1 591 148 112 52 97 13 840 647 48 79 24 29 13 3 081 2 582 114 191 107 87 – 1 324 1 075 50 131 38 30 – 1 675 1 342 59 86 105 83 – 647 473 35 67 24 48 – 841 699 23 49 36 34 – 315 257 17 30 – 11 –

WORK STATUS IN 1989
Persons 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Females 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 6 876 4 260 326 598 512 483 697 5 579 4 550 3 855 364 3 026 1 557 152 354 285 229 449 2 149 1 632 1 288 193 2 841 1 706 153 204 235 172 371 2 264 1 771 1 503 162 1 229 591 47 123 138 104 226 826 548 452 99 3 717 2 343 156 359 271 298 290 3 024 2 516 2 141 202 1 722 944 96 214 141 125 202 1 254 1 036 814 94 318 211 17 35 6 13 36 291 263 211 – 75 22 9 17 6 – 21 69 48 22 – 1 222 745 25 76 130 111 135 1 009 765 696 100 429 230 13 23 54 56 53 308 210 189 33 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 5 902 3 687 251 511 448 447 558 4 794 3 916 3 339 347 2 571 1 406 120 285 201 208 351 1 884 1 473 1 188 156 2 301 1 428 116 155 188 152 262 1 858 1 480 1 260 143 1 008 523 24 91 91 104 175 710 483 411 80 3 601 2 259 135 356 260 295 296 2 936 2 436 2 079 204 1 563 883 96 194 110 104 176 1 174 990 777 76 2 196 1 318 100 163 194 147 274 1 794 1 399 1 212 117 884 381 45 92 138 77 151 573 369 289 70 917 574 25 61 77 83 97 763 595 533 50 382 192 13 23 47 54 53 264 172 151 29

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989
Families No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers Married-couple families No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers Husband and wife worked Female householder, no husband present No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers 3 003 249 900 1 375 479 2 091 92 454 1 545 1 388 648 146 316 186 1 229 121 378 484 246 758 25 168 565 504 330 88 135 107 1 666 125 488 846 207 1 256 64 265 927 837 305 58 168 79 108 3 34 45 26 77 3 21 53 47 13 – 13 – 430 33 144 176 77 326 20 68 238 229 69 10 57 2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 556 216 812 1 133 395 1 754 69 422 1 263 1 151 590 136 277 177 1 026 91 358 366 211 600 5 157 438 403 311 78 135 98 1 530 125 454 767 184 1 154 64 265 825 748 279 58 142 79 877 66 232 418 161 663 43 100 520 466 127 20 96 11 361 33 118 133 77 257 20 42 195 192 69 10 57 2

VETERAN STATUS AND PERIOD OF SERVICE
Civilian veterans 16 years and over Male May 1975 or later service only September 1980 or later service only Served 2 or more years Vietnam-era service World War II service 684 650 278 145 142 229 76 174 169 64 29 29 80 19 475 446 201 103 100 137 54 35 35 13 13 13 12 3 112 106 36 34 34 33 14 – – – – – – – 518 489 223 119 116 142 54 88 88 33 21 21 44 – 430 401 190 98 95 98 54 278 267 91 60 60 120 36 107 101 36 34 34 33 14

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 85.

Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LABOR FORCE STATUS OF FAMILY MEMBERS
Married-couple families Husband employed or in Armed Forces Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband unemployed Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband not in labor force Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Female householder, no husband present Employed or in Armed Forces Unemployed 84 67 47 1 1 15 3 11 8 075 277 185 016 107 827 37 691 315 72 979 412 208 8 802 6 797 4 965 96 132 103 15 1 873 351 – 1 796 1 116 28 1 881 1 337 608 49 654 544 345 141 17 23 199 82 31 86 24 18 1 2 1 11 9 1 255 661 099 429 790 233 43 899 347 365 415 280 456 36 408 356 045 097 768 418 724 058 758 447 055 335 427 535 182 108 309 774 738 187 095 604 083 527 768 511 277 802 183 725 894 506 796 271 850 675 70 850 57 186 39 935 849 956 720 15 12 708 2 804 64 9 345 6 745 159 18 093 15 083 6 812 644 7 618 3 010 1 702 1 392 120 174 1 308 829 164 315 166 142 3 9 3 6 78 66 1 5 1 2 061 237 654 569 405 865 331 216 521 891 726 121 781 176 387 104 205 154 558 673 693 525 115 043 739 267 786 669 501 768 199 344 469 548 454 688 4 423 3 294 2 285 71 19 4 7 1 110 160 8 838 551 21 884 713 310 50 353 171 99 72 8 19 72 30 6 36 9 060 6 768 333 1 207 183 501 68 4 184 3 033 136 677 77 204 57 10 411 6 971 355 732 595 867 891 8 526 7 090 6 253 442 4 917 3 017 176 408 300 504 512 3 591 2 924 2 526 202 5 498 814 1 428 2 649 607 4 423 722 829 2 872 2 612 838 92 448 298 2 678 2 575 335 226 210 731 1 037 38 851 29 225 20 079 528 391 247 37 9 235 1 909 79 3 962 2 439 124 7 331 5 249 2 543 366 2 333 2 082 1 009 836 79 89 1 073 614 98 361 74 56 2 7 1 6 33 24 1 4 2 975 500 403 222 924 529 397 375 709 220 362 693 204 187 408 057 937 505 667 509 733 793 873 047 662 156 114 293 647 177 804 121 162 135 934 928 1 590 1 279 876 5 – – – 311 108 8 73 42 3 424 246 124 – 122 178 73 62 – 11 105 88 – 17 3 272 1 688 76 435 44 960 69 1 376 757 37 302 22 235 23 3 629 2 605 87 238 194 262 243 2 841 2 402 2 194 153 1 556 1 008 25 121 121 147 134 1 105 849 758 94 1 746 113 448 834 351 1 590 108 387 1 095 986 73 – 25 48 641 616 26 12 7 178 220 79 358 63 719 44 537 899 1 070 791 37 14 569 3 157 64 10 696 7 415 186 19 490 16 090 7 330 684 8 076 3 400 1 871 1 524 124 207 1 529 905 165 459 189 161 4 10 3 8 88 75 2 6 1 3 012 700 699 576 429 200 408 436 205 225 310 189 259 248 603 007 008 862 962 439 325 392 323 444 613 186 249 000 369 540 994 034 434 510 758 067 636 962 118 312 244 358 586 359 413 784 696 138 150 408 712 133 980 764 391 651 512 5 057 3 706 2 621 50 95 66 15 1 256 250 – 1 299 773 22 708 508 293 7 208 200 82 58 9 15 118 52 6 60 15 553 12 828 812 877 258 752 26 7 603 6 492 221 493 117 261 19 17 336 11 992 697 1 263 944 1 396 1 044 14 205 12 354 10 886 566 8 293 5 540 356 663 635 685 414 6 157 5 359 4 735 323 6 1 1 3 5 1 3 2 1 706 043 752 188 723 057 775 026 256 946 299 204 589 506 74 301 60 013 41 916 849 975 725 22 13 313 2 907 64 9 397 6 642 164 18 782 15 582 7 037 677 7 868 3 200 1 789 1 466 115 192 1 411 853 159 399 173 148 3 9 3 7 80 68 2 5 1 2 459 872 887 699 171 448 382 833 713 004 817 072 998 229 267 015 311 599 018 043 281 187 969 558 047 893 709 644 706 905 309 620 277 151 023 744 43 568 32 783 22 727 645 428 283 37 10 357 2 067 87 5 245 3 436 146 8 699 6 292 2 943 425 2 882 2 407 1 284 917 100 98 1 123 650 134 339 85 62 2 9 2 6 39 28 1 5 2 339 466 790 851 873 928 431 238 405 387 870 982 386 208 011 481 534 626 626 028 716 510 513 346 285 489 095 673 369 813 822 717 526 284 251 355 31 985 23 513 16 223 462 344 216 37 8 128 1 662 79 3 477 2 181 109 6 074 4 305 2 095 325 1 878 1 769 876 715 79 77 893 531 84 278 61 45 2 6 1 5 27 20 1 3 1 613 919 044 114 574 653 309 640 368 010 693 555 884 130 588 842 392 416 636 579 723 850 472 814 038 797 181 093 023 641 296 563 800 482 749 648

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 to 19 years Enrolled in school Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Not enrolled in school High school graduate Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Not high school graduate Employed Unemployed Not in labor force 20 858 17 133 7 730 743 8 625 3 725 2 146 1 605 145 216 1 579 941 201 437 199 167 5 13 4 8 94 78 2 7 1 3 376 666 086 205 378 599 442 299 901 392 818 478 441 269 206 431 605 983 921 958 308 109 963 743 236 519 230 380 091 176 012 630 798 659 075 494 855 872 547 585 851 075 371 996 708 035 979 269 824 886 009 901 095 535 131 345 606

CLASS OF WORKER
Employed persons 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers Employed females 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers

WORK STATUS IN 1989
Persons 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Females 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 229 152 8 17 14 17 17 180 153 135 8 108 65 4 10 9 10 9 74 61 53 4 99 9 24 50 14 84 8 16 58 54 11 1 5 4 47 44 6 3 3 13 15 28 19 1 2 1 2 1 23 19 17 1 13 8 1 1 1 9 8 7 190 126 7 15 12 14 14 148 127 112 6 90 53 3 8 7 8 8 61 50 43 3 83 7 20 42 12 70 6 14 49 45 9 84 57 2 6 5 6 5 67 57 51 3 38 23 1 3 3 3 3 27 22 18 1 44 6 11 21 5 38 5 8 25 23 3 214 143 8 16 13 16 16 168 144 127 7 101 61 4 9 8 8 9 69 57 49 4 93 8 23 47 14 79 7 16 55 50 10 1 5 4 42 41 4 2 2 11 14 197 131 7 15 13 15 15 154 131 116 7 92 55 3 8 7 8 8 63 52 45 3 86 7 21 44 13 74 6 15 52 47 9 99 66 3 7 6 8 6 79 67 59 4 45 27 1 4 3 4 3 32 26 22 2 50 6 12 24 6 43 6 9 28 26 5 69 46 2 5 4 5 4 55 47 41 3 31 19 1 3 2 3 2 22 18 15 1 36 5 9 17 4 31 4 6 20 18 3

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989
Families No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers Married-couple families No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers Husband and wife worked Female householder, no husband present No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers 11 1 2 5 1 8 1 1 5 5 1 274 531 351 425 967 850 466 442 942 917 345 906 4 526 3 913 972 383 987 826 506 632 429 345 054 131 254 906 851 370 403 078 062 962 541 1 922 1 499 701 813 187 352 107 608 822 930 919 366 124 521 301 811 333 157 838 397 934 4 561 3 902 107 691 666 570 227 755 101 564 964 560 527 513 568 155 040 373 313 245 672 2 596 1 977 998 581 302 123 847 302 916 758 371 098 381 908 985 790 731 464 868 477 461 1 683 1 333 434 644 920 225 007 565 879

VETERAN STATUS AND PERIOD OF SERVICE
Civilian veterans 16 years and over Male May 1975 or later service only September 1980 or later service only Served 2 or more years Vietnam-era service World War II service 6 359 5 943 773 483 415 1 982 2 140 37 36 4 2 2 10 12 21 20 2 1 1 6 7 3 605 3 442 314 194 164 896 1 411 39 37 4 2 2 10 13 25 24 3 2 1 8 8 18 17 1 1 1 5 6

84

DELAWARE

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 86.

Occupation of Employed White Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total Employed persons 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers Employed females 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers 201 766 63 517 29 853 803 9 880 33 664 8 702 4 370 1 423 5 496 10 751 6 809 74 202 2 249 8 090 24 277 5 819 7 008 11 450 3 935 39 586 1 629 10 870 4 161 1 705 20 321 377 3 175 1 024 16 769 7 647 3 164 1 485 174 1 232 22 010 7 114 9 690 5 187 20 231 4 502 4 005 5 115 4 872 1 182 5 427 1 257 1 825 95 329 29 593 12 017 297 4 988 17 576 1 803 480 296 4 972 7 315 5 044 47 975 1 913 2 251 12 394 2 193 2 726 7 475 3 102 31 417 917 10 696 3 579 695 12 375 341 583 37 11 451 5 048 1 179 306 49 251 1 472 266 228 978 3 608 1 071 824 679 679 30 1 004 73 383

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area 9 108 2 538 1 202 63 315 1 336 151 96 65 265 543 420 2 823 120 240 944 331 210 403 131 1 519 83 437 189 20 1 072 21 208 75 843 337 161 83 11 57 1 260 401 546 313 1 332 379 238 310 310 85 320 79 80 4 195 1 299 513 10 195 786 52 28 17 236 345 287 1 878 86 72 470 101 90 279 128 1 250 39 437 182 18 606 21 32 1 553 232 12 17 9 8 129 22 12 95 266 121 30 43 43 – 72 – 37

Central place 24 861 9 321 4 397 231 1 483 4 924 882 312 249 639 1 557 1 090 8 606 292 809 3 084 741 996 1 347 343 4 421 199 1 165 497 167 2 897 44 562 307 2 291 1 053 455 120 7 113 2 136 658 1 045 426 1 781 381 289 378 359 61 672 117 232 12 153 4 617 1 890 69 799 2 727 272 84 56 602 1 137 822 5 391 219 219 1 467 281 366 820 286 3 486 132 1 114 406 46 1 626 44 76 6 1 506 676 186 33 – 33 173 38 40 95 313 79 98 25 25 – 111 17 33

Urban fringe 167 797 51 658 24 254 509 8 082 27 404 7 669 3 962 1 109 4 592 8 651 5 299 62 773 1 837 7 041 20 249 4 747 5 802 9 700 3 461 33 646 1 347 9 268 3 475 1 518 16 352 312 2 405 642 13 635 6 257 2 548 1 282 156 1 062 18 614 6 055 8 099 4 448 17 118 3 742 3 478 4 427 4 203 1 036 4 435 1 061 1 513 78 981 23 677 9 614 218 3 994 14 063 1 479 368 223 4 134 5 833 3 935 40 706 1 608 1 960 10 457 1 811 2 270 6 376 2 688 26 681 746 9 145 2 991 631 10 143 276 475 30 9 392 4 140 981 256 40 210 1 170 206 176 788 3 029 871 696 611 611 30 821 56 313

Total 75 485 15 672 7 962 469 1 971 7 710 1 116 540 347 1 390 3 021 2 254 23 048 746 1 614 9 330 2 454 2 094 4 782 1 828 11 358 407 3 386 1 568 510 8 664 237 1 240 419 7 187 2 907 1 739 3 543 1 850 1 503 12 890 4 031 6 324 2 527 11 668 2 671 1 484 3 254 3 048 1 000 3 259 922 962 33 547 7 939 3 265 205 1 053 4 674 219 48 73 1 293 2 226 1 793 15 764 671 539 5 192 1 034 816 3 342 1 627 9 362 213 3 352 1 438 267 5 493 227 174 31 5 092 2 111 691 853 513 332 819 77 175 567 2 679 913 450 541 535 85 690 55 257

Farm 3 272 542 261 29 65 281 34 11 – 12 169 132 684 – 89 195 83 40 72 33 400 45 189 47 29 337 2 59 20 276 100 41 982 833 138 420 103 218 99 307 43 7 112 106 18 127 8 52 1 376 306 110 17 36 196 8 – – 11 135 113 468 – 39 112 27 13 72 33 317 12 189 40 17 243 2 14 – 227 79 27 196 168 28 36 – 9 27 127 30 7 55 55 – 35 – 13

Total 191 113 59 738 28 279 594 9 417 31 459 8 640 4 305 1 303 5 024 9 597 5 959 70 396 2 031 7 797 22 691 5 252 6 852 10 587 3 655 37 877 1 563 10 368 3 975 1 706 18 738 365 2 914 910 15 459 7 009 3 018 1 770 323 1 366 21 288 6 671 9 517 5 081 19 183 4 143 3 895 4 866 4 629 1 213 5 066 1 214 1 719 89 314 27 299 11 149 236 4 687 16 150 1 796 449 275 4 557 6 501 4 438 45 520 1 737 2 227 11 509 1 953 2 700 6 856 2 857 30 047 878 10 209 3 398 717 11 467 319 543 36 10 605 4 661 1 188 348 78 264 1 362 245 201 916 3 318 899 748 674 674 79 918 80 349

In central city 15 952 6 139 2 967 84 1 069 3 172 631 215 162 355 779 539 5 410 181 542 1 838 368 686 784 172 2 849 131 766 321 145 1 934 36 416 259 1 482 715 376 80 – 80 1 286 347 716 216 1 103 237 170 231 217 38 427 98 139 7 749 2 901 1 248 7 568 1 653 238 74 30 332 568 401 3 449 142 186 876 160 278 438 153 2 245 93 734 248 46 1 051 36 46 6 969 502 155 27 – 27 118 31 35 52 203 58 57 8 8 – 80 17 24

Not in central city 175 161 53 599 25 312 510 8 348 28 287 8 009 4 090 1 141 4 669 8 818 5 420 64 986 1 850 7 255 20 853 4 884 6 166 9 803 3 483 35 028 1 432 9 602 3 654 1 561 16 804 329 2 498 651 13 977 6 294 2 642 1 690 323 1 286 20 002 6 324 8 801 4 865 18 080 3 906 3 725 4 635 4 412 1 175 4 639 1 116 1 580 81 565 24 398 9 901 229 4 119 14 497 1 558 375 245 4 225 5 933 4 037 42 071 1 595 2 041 10 633 1 793 2 422 6 418 2 704 27 802 785 9 475 3 150 671 10 416 283 497 30 9 636 4 159 1 033 321 78 237 1 244 214 166 864 3 115 841 691 666 666 79 838 63 325

Total 86 138 19 451 9 536 678 2 434 9 915 1 178 605 467 1 862 4 175 3 104 26 854 964 1 907 10 916 3 021 2 250 5 645 2 108 13 067 473 3 888 1 754 509 10 247 249 1 501 533 8 497 3 545 1 885 3 258 1 701 1 369 13 612 4 474 6 497 2 633 12 716 3 030 1 594 3 503 3 291 969 3 620 965 1 068 39 562 10 233 4 133 266 1 354 6 100 226 79 94 1 708 3 040 2 399 18 219 847 563 6 077 1 274 842 3 961 1 872 10 732 252 3 839 1 619 245 6 401 249 214 32 5 938 2 498 682 811 484 319 929 98 202 629 2 969 1 085 526 546 540 36 776 48 291

Rural 62 041 11 850 6 020 372 1 488 5 830 702 371 218 1 096 2 415 1 818 18 775 620 1 212 7 948 2 165 1 632 4 151 1 620 8 995 334 2 771 1 309 375 7 482 204 1 073 385 6 205 2 544 1 507 3 097 1 674 1 256 10 786 3 417 5 353 2 008 10 051 2 354 1 189 2 856 2 657 838 2 814 818 807 27 797 6 290 2 629 163 824 3 661 131 41 49 1 010 1 805 1 444 12 973 582 404 4 511 946 626 2 939 1 456 7 476 186 2 741 1 215 194 4 740 204 135 31 4 401 1 865 583 778 475 295 690 65 167 458 2 326 839 404 467 461 36 580 41 211

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Table 87.

Occupation of Employed Black Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total Employed persons 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers Employed females 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers 39 649 6 733 3 009 95 1 121 3 724 663 242 105 617 1 530 1 058 12 743 416 987 2 514 687 499 1 328 766 8 826 339 1 457 524 767 9 372 449 966 225 7 957 2 314 3 023 312 43 268 2 844 867 1 035 942 7 645 1 984 1 515 1 410 1 393 519 2 217 471 700 21 533 3 967 1 468 54 533 2 499 294 68 34 560 1 184 867 9 304 355 411 1 554 378 207 969 631 6 984 188 1 433 429 370 5 852 430 266 39 5 156 1 268 1 538 29 5 24 408 46 45 317 1 973 955 498 159 159 33 328 16 108

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area 1 984 172 54 – 9 118 7 7 – 15 62 52 331 5 7 95 21 12 62 51 224 18 71 – 6 670 29 6 6 635 154 265 52 – 52 185 22 88 75 574 207 78 60 60 110 119 36 47 1 124 96 29 – – 67 – – – 15 41 37 275 5 – 76 18 7 51 51 194 4 71 – 4 518 29 – – 489 74 199 14 – 14 56 – – 56 165 103 40 – – – 22 – 3

Central place 19 036 2 780 1 260 53 501 1 520 203 81 41 260 630 420 6 030 180 455 1 213 327 194 692 368 4 182 144 642 237 352 5 134 314 516 157 4 304 1 336 1 619 130 30 99 1 337 411 554 372 3 625 916 603 704 704 202 1 200 287 350 10 606 1 725 716 34 263 1 009 90 19 19 229 484 350 4 650 157 212 768 177 100 491 298 3 513 100 628 204 215 3 223 295 135 21 2 793 755 814 8 – 8 145 15 19 111 855 451 144 71 71 26 163 7 59

Urban fringe 18 629 3 781 1 695 42 611 2 086 453 154 64 342 838 586 6 382 231 525 1 206 339 293 574 347 4 420 177 744 287 409 3 568 106 444 62 3 018 824 1 139 130 13 117 1 322 434 393 495 3 446 861 834 646 629 207 898 148 303 9 803 2 146 723 20 270 1 423 204 49 15 316 659 480 4 379 193 199 710 183 100 427 282 3 277 84 734 225 151 2 111 106 131 18 1 874 439 525 7 5 2 207 31 26 150 953 401 314 88 88 7 143 9 46

Total 9 374 893 301 21 66 592 64 27 6 90 294 238 1 527 71 73 456 100 33 323 222 927 35 170 83 34 2 247 120 126 42 2 001 550 786 427 57 361 1 210 245 422 543 3 070 844 419 458 455 184 1 165 160 182 4 482 573 157 17 48 416 10 – – 65 240 217 1 070 69 33 300 40 9 251 176 668 22 170 77 13 1 464 105 5 – 1 354 311 415 73 – 73 299 – 11 288 1 003 450 252 44 44 – 257 8 38

Farm 175 30 6 – – 24 – – – – 16 16 26 – – 3 – – 3 3 23 – 20 – – 26 – – – 26 20 4 12 12 – 26 – 23 3 55 9 – 18 18 8 20 9 – 68 22 6 – – 16 – – – – 16 16 23 – – 3 – – 3 3 20 – 20 – – 5 – – – 5 5 – – – – 3 – – 3 15 9 – – – – 6 – –

Total 33 132 5 771 2 553 55 1 012 3 218 631 241 97 577 1 227 894 11 071 338 859 1 950 541 404 1 005 553 7 924 332 1 168 489 738 7 722 367 854 201 6 501 1 830 2 561 251 33 217 2 276 763 784 729 6 041 1 335 1 315 1 198 1 181 338 1 855 453 570 17 810 3 367 1 225 28 501 2 142 261 60 32 528 954 739 8 088 289 345 1 207 299 172 736 458 6 247 196 1 144 402 360 4 741 348 255 39 4 138 1 024 1 241 23 5 18 288 46 32 210 1 303 562 379 149 149 28 185 16 71

In central city 15 550 2 167 979 15 429 1 188 179 65 35 230 431 321 4 887 118 378 863 242 143 478 240 3 528 119 442 217 340 4 403 273 455 148 3 675 1 086 1 434 123 23 99 1 053 334 447 272 2 917 674 500 615 615 152 976 250 288 8 638 1 344 541 8 235 803 82 11 19 207 346 274 3 830 101 177 572 130 81 361 210 2 980 100 428 192 215 2 767 254 130 21 2 383 618 716 8 – 8 113 15 19 79 576 311 80 71 71 21 93 7 53

Not in central city 17 582 3 604 1 574 40 583 2 030 452 176 62 347 796 573 6 184 220 481 1 087 299 261 527 313 4 396 213 726 272 398 3 319 94 399 53 2 826 744 1 127 128 10 118 1 223 429 337 457 3 124 661 815 583 566 186 879 203 282 9 172 2 023 684 20 266 1 339 179 49 13 321 608 465 4 258 188 168 635 169 91 375 248 3 267 96 716 210 145 1 974 94 125 18 1 755 406 525 15 5 10 175 31 13 131 727 251 299 78 78 7 92 9 18

Total 15 891 1 855 757 61 175 1 098 96 28 14 130 597 402 3 199 149 201 1 020 246 128 646 435 1 829 42 459 118 63 3 897 202 238 66 3 457 1 034 1 248 488 67 412 1 778 349 673 756 4 674 1 493 619 670 667 365 1 527 178 312 8 205 1 173 400 43 80 773 43 8 2 97 470 345 2 286 135 99 647 119 44 484 349 1 405 14 459 104 23 2 575 187 16 – 2 372 555 712 79 – 79 419 – 24 395 1 673 843 371 54 54 5 400 8 75

Rural 8 677 769 271 21 58 498 25 12 6 82 253 211 1 373 48 73 444 95 28 321 222 808 13 131 74 34 2 089 118 123 42 1 848 494 722 416 52 355 1 122 218 386 518 2 908 821 385 449 446 168 1 085 125 158 4 155 522 133 17 40 389 10 – – 57 227 204 935 46 33 295 35 9 251 176 561 10 131 68 13 1 360 103 2 – 1 255 278 382 73 – 73 292 – 11 281 973 448 233 44 44 – 248 8 38

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Table 88.

Occupation of Employed American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total Employed persons 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers Employed females 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers 575 93 43 – 16 50 19 – – – 19 19 168 6 19 85 21 43 21 5 58 – 18 8 – 128 10 14 – 104 11 85 – – – 55 28 15 12 131 10 6 13 13 45 57 8 21 262 25 18 – 13 7 – – – – 7 7 121 – 10 58 – 37 21 5 53 – 18 8 – 47 10 6 – 31 11 12 – – – – – – – 69 7 – – – 32 30 – 21

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area 19 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6 – – – 6 – 6 – – – – – – – 13 – – – – 13 – – – 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6 – – – 6 – 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

Central place 130 27 20 – – 7 – – – – 7 7 60 6 – 32 21 – 11 5 22 – 15 – – 6 – – – 6 – 6 – – – 21 14 7 – 16 – – – – – 16 8 – 51 12 5 – – 7 – – – – 7 7 33 – – 11 – – 11 5 22 – 15 – – 6 – – – 6 – 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

Urban fringe 426 66 23 – 16 43 19 – – – 12 12 108 – 19 53 – 43 10 – 36 – 3 8 – 116 10 14 – 92 11 73 – – – 34 14 8 12 102 10 6 13 13 32 41 – 21 205 13 13 – 13 – – – – – – – 88 – 10 47 – 37 10 – 31 – 3 8 – 35 10 6 – 19 11 – – – – – – – – 69 7 – – – 32 30 – 21

Total 559 74 28 8 10 46 29 3 – 6 11 11 116 10 4 34 6 8 20 5 68 – 30 1 10 130 2 17 5 111 41 38 19 7 12 64 19 40 5 156 65 14 44 44 12 21 8 2 272 37 20 8 2 17 – – – 6 11 11 79 10 4 17 6 – 11 5 48 – 30 1 – 92 2 11 5 79 26 21 – – – 11 – 6 5 53 35 7 11 11 – – – –

Farm 18 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 18 – 18 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

Total 513 70 20 – 13 50 19 – – – 19 19 141 6 19 58 – 43 15 5 58 – 18 8 – 129 10 17 5 102 16 80 5 – 5 48 28 15 5 120 17 6 18 18 32 47 6 21 274 20 13 – 13 7 – – – – 7 7 115 – 10 52 – 37 15 5 53 – 18 8 – 55 10 17 5 28 16 6 – – – – – – – 84 17 – 5 5 32 30 – 21

In central city 62 7 – – – 7 – – – – 7 7 28 6 – – – – – – 22 – 15 – – 6 – – – 6 – 6 – – – 21 14 7 – – – – – – – – – – 35 7 – – – 7 – – – – 7 7 22 – – – – – – – 22 – 15 – – 6 – – – 6 – 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

Not in central city 451 63 20 – 13 43 19 – – – 12 12 113 – 19 58 – 43 15 5 36 – 3 8 – 123 10 17 5 96 16 74 5 – 5 27 14 8 5 120 17 6 18 18 32 47 6 21 239 13 13 – 13 – – – – – – – 93 – 10 52 – 37 15 5 31 – 3 8 – 49 10 17 5 22 16 – – – – – – – – 84 17 – 5 5 32 30 – 21

Total 621 97 51 8 13 46 29 3 – 6 11 11 143 10 4 61 27 8 26 5 68 – 30 1 10 129 2 14 – 113 36 43 14 7 7 71 19 40 12 167 58 14 39 39 25 31 10 2 260 42 25 8 2 17 – – – 6 11 11 85 10 4 23 6 – 17 5 48 – 30 1 – 84 2 – – 82 21 27 – – – 11 – 6 5 38 25 7 6 6 – – – –

Rural 505 74 28 8 10 46 29 3 – 6 11 11 111 10 4 29 6 8 15 – 68 – 30 1 10 107 2 6 – 99 36 31 14 7 7 64 19 40 5 135 55 14 39 39 12 15 2 2 236 37 20 8 2 17 – – – 6 11 11 74 10 4 12 6 – 6 – 48 – 30 1 – 76 2 – – 74 21 21 – – – 11 – 6 5 38 25 7 6 6 – – – –

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 89.

Occupation of Employed Asian or Pacific Islander Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total Employed persons 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers Employed females 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers 3 836 1 634 473 6 134 1 161 568 227 167 136 245 49 1 187 40 302 446 133 55 258 161 399 42 19 28 61 598 7 18 – 573 424 54 – – – 151 67 21 63 266 131 86 7 7 – 42 – 7 1 803 603 201 – 104 402 108 3 57 114 103 49 658 31 72 238 37 22 179 110 317 19 19 28 52 357 7 – – 350 237 30 – – – 43 – 5 38 142 64 49 – – – 29 – –

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area 109 16 – – – 16 – – 16 – – – 45 – – 45 6 17 22 22 – – – – – 35 – 12 – 23 23 – – – – – – – – 13 13 – – – – – – – 57 16 – – – 16 – – 16 – – – 17 – – 17 6 – 11 11 – – – – – 11 – – – 11 11 – – – – – – – – 13 13 – – – – – – –

Central place 397 160 53 – – 107 26 11 29 7 18 8 75 – 12 29 – 7 22 7 34 – 7 – 9 71 – – – 71 28 22 – – – 50 21 5 24 41 24 13 – – – 4 – – 174 55 14 – – 41 – – 6 7 8 8 40 – 8 7 – – 7 – 25 – 7 – – 49 – – – 49 13 15 – – – 11 – 5 6 19 15 – – – – 4 – –

Urban fringe 3 330 1 458 420 6 134 1 038 542 216 122 129 227 41 1 067 40 290 372 127 31 214 132 365 42 12 28 52 492 7 6 – 479 373 32 – – – 101 46 16 39 212 94 73 7 7 – 38 – 7 1 572 532 187 – 104 345 108 3 35 107 95 41 601 31 64 214 31 22 161 99 292 19 12 28 52 297 7 – – 290 213 15 – – – 32 – – 32 110 36 49 – – – 25 – –

Total 601 186 52 7 15 134 59 44 21 36 13 13 175 5 44 98 38 18 42 – 28 – – – – 68 – 6 – 62 31 24 7 4 3 39 – 18 21 126 75 8 – – – 43 – 12 332 97 34 7 6 63 19 16 9 22 10 10 101 – 10 73 25 18 30 – 18 – – – – 42 – – – 42 29 6 4 4 – 10 – 3 7 78 53 6 – – – 19 – 8

Farm 15 11 – – – 11 11 11 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 4 4 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 15 11 – – – 11 11 11 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 4 4 – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

Total 3 450 1 550 435 6 136 1 115 575 232 130 143 240 54 1 100 40 315 399 123 44 232 139 346 42 12 28 52 489 7 6 – 476 357 48 – – – 118 53 8 57 193 94 79 7 7 – 13 – 7 1 565 574 189 – 104 385 116 8 41 121 105 51 585 31 68 213 19 28 166 99 273 19 12 28 52 287 7 – – 280 190 31 – – – 38 – – 38 81 33 48 – – – – – –

In central city 156 52 28 – – 24 8 – – 7 – – 28 – – 21 – 7 14 7 7 – – – – 35 – – – 35 13 15 – – – 25 7 – 18 16 9 7 – – – – – – 62 14 5 – – 9 – – – 7 – – 14 – – 7 – – 7 – 7 – – – – 28 – – – 28 6 15 – – – 6 – – 6 – – – – – – – – –

Not in central city 3 294 1 498 407 6 136 1 091 567 232 130 136 240 54 1 072 40 315 378 123 37 218 132 339 42 12 28 52 454 7 6 – 441 344 33 – – – 93 46 8 39 177 85 72 7 7 – 13 – 7 1 503 560 184 – 104 376 116 8 41 114 105 51 571 31 68 206 19 28 159 99 266 19 12 28 52 259 7 – – 252 184 16 – – – 32 – – 32 81 33 48 – – – – – –

Total 987 270 90 7 13 180 52 39 58 29 18 8 262 5 31 145 48 29 68 22 81 – 7 – 9 177 – 18 – 159 98 30 7 4 3 72 14 31 27 199 112 15 – – – 72 – 12 570 126 46 7 6 80 11 11 25 15 8 8 174 – 14 98 43 12 43 11 62 – 7 – – 112 – – – 112 76 5 4 4 – 15 – 8 7 139 84 7 – – – 48 – 8

Rural 449 115 39 7 9 76 32 26 11 28 – – 130 5 19 78 30 12 36 – 28 – – – – 45 – 6 – 39 18 21 7 4 3 39 – 18 21 113 68 2 – – – 43 – 12 250 61 30 7 6 31 11 11 3 14 – – 91 – 6 67 25 12 30 – 18 – – – – 19 – – – 19 16 3 4 4 – 10 – 3 7 65 46 – – – – 19 – 8

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Table 90.

Occupation of Employed Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total Employed persons 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers Employed females 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers 5 755 1 106 414 27 95 692 177 111 61 39 249 115 1 521 64 129 408 66 67 275 154 920 17 258 60 84 1 050 14 124 34 912 279 347 262 23 239 697 115 360 222 1 119 435 177 154 138 43 310 60 64 2 452 517 153 16 13 364 69 8 15 34 165 109 969 34 12 232 11 26 195 130 691 9 258 53 14 572 14 19 – 539 114 160 31 18 13 77 – 15 62 286 158 41 23 23 – 64 – 14

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area 279 10 – – – 10 – – 10 – – – 36 8 – 22 3 11 8 – 6 – – – – 7 – – – 7 – 7 – – – 24 7 17 – 202 87 22 14 14 – 79 – – 49 10 – – – 10 – – 10 – – – 8 8 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 31 16 – 3 3 – 12 – –

Central place 2 314 307 131 7 39 176 14 14 16 8 72 49 620 20 78 98 11 17 70 47 424 – 117 21 50 564 – 63 27 501 142 198 90 – 90 323 39 143 141 410 159 47 49 44 27 128 24 33 971 125 53 7 4 72 – – – 3 63 49 409 8 6 82 – 12 70 47 313 – 117 14 10 301 – 9 – 292 46 106 – – – 32 – – 32 104 56 25 – – – 23 – 6

Urban fringe 3 162 789 283 20 56 506 163 97 35 31 177 66 865 36 51 288 52 39 197 107 490 17 141 39 34 479 14 61 7 404 137 142 172 23 149 350 69 200 81 507 189 108 91 80 16 103 36 31 1 432 382 100 9 9 282 69 8 5 31 102 60 552 18 6 150 11 14 125 83 378 9 141 39 4 271 14 10 – 247 68 54 31 18 13 45 – 15 30 151 86 16 20 20 – 29 – 8

Total 1 014 182 76 – 17 106 42 15 23 12 10 10 199 – – 68 18 19 31 11 131 2 39 3 – 153 – 2 – 151 52 30 101 14 87 138 46 31 61 241 66 11 38 36 16 110 2 22 359 57 24 – 17 33 – – – 12 10 10 121 – – 30 7 3 20 11 91 – 39 3 – 95 – – – 95 23 3 2 – 2 17 – – 17 67 30 7 – – – 30 – 5

Farm – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

Total 5 094 1 031 394 24 68 637 183 117 49 31 207 96 1 353 36 110 350 47 65 238 143 857 12 223 56 75 960 14 117 27 829 230 338 292 23 269 606 96 321 189 852 322 131 155 144 39 205 62 40 2 164 454 139 16 13 315 69 8 5 26 136 90 877 18 12 196 1 26 169 119 651 4 223 49 14 505 14 19 – 472 80 152 31 18 13 77 – 15 62 220 128 35 20 20 – 37 – 6

In central city 2 013 253 87 7 18 166 14 14 16 8 62 44 500 8 61 70 11 12 47 40 361 – 91 16 41 529 – 63 27 466 114 198 82 – 82 266 24 128 114 383 148 47 44 44 23 121 24 26 840 101 39 7 4 62 – – – 3 53 44 340 8 6 59 – 12 47 40 267 – 91 9 10 274 – 9 – 265 26 106 – – – 32 – – 32 93 45 25 – – – 23 – 6

Not in central city 3 081 778 307 17 50 471 169 103 33 23 145 52 853 28 49 280 36 53 191 103 496 12 132 40 34 431 14 54 – 363 116 140 210 23 187 340 72 193 75 469 174 84 111 100 16 84 38 14 1 324 353 100 9 9 253 69 8 5 23 83 46 537 10 6 137 1 14 122 79 384 4 132 40 4 231 14 10 – 207 54 46 31 18 13 45 – 15 30 127 83 10 20 20 – 14 – –

Total 1 675 257 96 3 44 161 36 9 35 20 52 29 367 28 19 126 37 21 68 22 194 7 74 7 9 243 – 9 7 234 101 39 71 14 57 229 65 70 94 508 179 57 37 30 20 215 – 46 647 120 38 – 17 82 – – 10 20 39 29 213 16 – 66 17 3 46 22 131 5 74 7 – 162 – – – 162 57 11 2 – 2 17 – – 17 133 60 13 3 3 – 57 – 13

Rural 841 137 40 – 17 97 36 9 23 12 10 10 154 – – 48 18 5 25 11 106 2 39 – – 146 – 2 – 144 52 30 57 14 43 132 46 25 61 215 60 11 25 23 16 103 – 22 315 57 24 – 17 33 – – – 12 10 10 90 – – 24 7 3 14 11 66 – 39 – – 88 – – – 88 23 3 2 – 2 17 – – 17 61 24 7 – – – 30 – 5

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 91.

Occupation of Employed White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total Employed persons 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers Employed females 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers 199 376 62 781 29 563 779 9 810 33 218 8 575 4 287 1 384 5 475 10 609 6 754 73 471 2 232 8 002 24 031 5 789 6 952 11 290 3 839 39 206 1 625 10 751 4 133 1 655 20 026 377 3 152 1 022 16 497 7 552 3 084 1 423 169 1 175 21 773 7 065 9 549 5 140 19 902 4 370 3 949 5 054 4 827 1 173 5 356 1 244 1 794 94 299 29 287 11 915 281 4 984 17 372 1 756 472 296 4 951 7 236 4 989 47 543 1 913 2 245 12 250 2 186 2 700 7 364 3 024 31 135 913 10 577 3 558 691 12 174 341 568 37 11 265 4 997 1 134 306 49 251 1 448 266 228 954 3 541 1 046 824 662 662 30 979 73 375

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area 9 060 2 538 1 202 63 315 1 336 151 96 65 265 543 420 2 823 120 240 944 331 210 403 131 1 519 83 437 189 20 1 072 21 208 75 843 337 161 83 11 57 1 245 401 531 313 1 299 364 231 307 307 85 312 79 80 4 184 1 299 513 10 195 786 52 28 17 236 345 287 1 878 86 72 470 101 90 279 128 1 250 39 437 182 18 606 21 32 1 553 232 12 17 9 8 129 22 12 95 255 121 30 40 40 – 64 – 37

Central place 24 255 9 183 4 323 224 1 460 4 860 882 312 240 636 1 540 1 078 8 363 280 754 3 044 741 979 1 324 336 4 285 199 1 139 485 143 2 786 44 557 307 2 185 1 002 430 112 7 105 2 087 643 1 019 418 1 724 340 289 373 359 57 665 110 232 11 899 4 568 1 861 62 799 2 707 272 84 56 599 1 120 810 5 270 219 219 1 432 281 354 797 279 3 400 132 1 088 401 46 1 542 44 71 6 1 427 645 161 33 – 33 173 38 40 95 313 79 98 25 25 – 111 17 33

Urban fringe 166 061 51 060 24 038 492 8 035 27 022 7 542 3 879 1 079 4 574 8 526 5 256 62 285 1 832 7 008 20 043 4 717 5 763 9 563 3 372 33 402 1 343 9 175 3 459 1 492 16 168 312 2 387 640 13 469 6 213 2 493 1 228 151 1 013 18 441 6 021 7 999 4 409 16 879 3 666 3 429 4 374 4 161 1 031 4 379 1 055 1 482 78 216 23 420 9 541 209 3 990 13 879 1 432 360 223 4 116 5 771 3 892 40 395 1 608 1 954 10 348 1 804 2 256 6 288 2 617 26 485 742 9 052 2 975 627 10 026 276 465 30 9 285 4 120 961 256 40 210 1 146 206 176 764 2 973 846 696 597 597 30 804 56 305

Total 74 975 15 538 7 892 469 1 954 7 646 1 087 531 336 1 378 3 014 2 247 22 940 746 1 614 9 275 2 449 2 075 4 751 1 817 11 305 405 3 362 1 565 510 8 582 237 1 238 419 7 107 2 872 1 716 3 534 1 850 1 494 12 814 3 998 6 307 2 501 11 567 2 625 1 480 3 234 3 030 1 000 3 228 922 954 33 375 7 896 3 241 205 1 036 4 655 219 48 73 1 281 2 219 1 786 15 706 671 539 5 167 1 032 813 3 322 1 616 9 329 213 3 328 1 435 267 5 456 227 174 31 5 055 2 097 690 853 513 332 819 77 175 567 2 645 890 450 541 535 85 679 55 257

Farm 3 272 542 261 29 65 281 34 11 – 12 169 132 684 – 89 195 83 40 72 33 400 45 189 47 29 337 2 59 20 276 100 41 982 833 138 420 103 218 99 307 43 7 112 106 18 127 8 52 1 376 306 110 17 36 196 8 – – 11 135 113 468 – 39 112 27 13 72 33 317 12 189 40 17 243 2 14 – 227 79 27 196 168 28 36 – 9 27 127 30 7 55 55 – 35 – 13

Total 189 012 59 041 28 000 570 9 365 31 041 8 513 4 222 1 266 5 003 9 481 5 923 69 756 2 026 7 711 22 461 5 228 6 787 10 446 3 568 37 558 1 559 10 279 3 951 1 665 18 482 365 2 893 910 15 224 6 941 2 938 1 709 318 1 310 21 092 6 637 9 394 5 042 18 932 4 037 3 858 4 809 4 583 1 208 5 020 1 201 1 705 88 436 27 026 11 061 220 4 683 15 965 1 749 441 275 4 536 6 441 4 402 45 157 1 737 2 221 11 390 1 952 2 674 6 764 2 788 29 809 874 10 120 3 381 713 11 296 319 528 36 10 449 4 630 1 143 348 78 264 1 338 245 201 892 3 271 875 748 660 660 79 909 80 349

In central city 15 553 6 045 2 932 77 1 062 3 113 631 215 153 352 767 532 5 263 181 487 1 826 368 674 784 172 2 769 131 766 314 130 1 850 36 411 259 1 403 684 351 80 – 80 1 260 347 690 216 1 055 196 170 231 217 38 420 91 139 7 603 2 871 1 233 – 568 1 638 238 74 30 329 556 394 3 390 142 186 864 160 266 438 153 2 198 93 734 248 46 994 36 41 6 917 491 130 27 – 27 118 31 35 52 203 58 57 8 8 – 80 17 24

Not in central city 173 459 52 996 25 068 493 8 303 27 928 7 882 4 007 1 113 4 651 8 714 5 391 64 493 1 845 7 224 20 635 4 860 6 113 9 662 3 396 34 789 1 428 9 513 3 637 1 535 16 632 329 2 482 651 13 821 6 257 2 587 1 629 318 1 230 19 832 6 290 8 704 4 826 17 877 3 841 3 688 4 578 4 366 1 170 4 600 1 110 1 566 80 833 24 155 9 828 220 4 115 14 327 1 511 367 245 4 207 5 885 4 008 41 767 1 595 2 035 10 526 1 792 2 408 6 326 2 635 27 611 781 9 386 3 133 667 10 302 283 487 30 9 532 4 139 1 013 321 78 237 1 220 214 166 840 3 068 817 691 652 652 79 829 63 325

Total 85 339 19 278 9 455 678 2 399 9 823 1 149 596 454 1 850 4 142 3 078 26 655 952 1 905 10 845 3 010 2 240 5 595 2 088 12 953 471 3 834 1 747 500 10 126 249 1 497 531 8 380 3 483 1 862 3 248 1 701 1 359 13 495 4 426 6 462 2 599 12 537 2 958 1 571 3 479 3 274 965 3 564 965 1 043 39 238 10 157 4 095 266 1 337 6 062 226 79 94 1 696 3 014 2 373 18 092 847 563 6 027 1 266 839 3 922 1 852 10 655 252 3 785 1 612 245 6 334 249 214 32 5 871 2 464 681 811 484 319 929 98 202 629 2 915 1 061 526 543 537 36 749 48 283

Rural 61 613 11 746 5 980 372 1 471 5 766 673 362 207 1 084 2 408 1 811 18 690 620 1 212 7 913 2 160 1 627 4 126 1 609 8 945 332 2 747 1 309 375 7 404 204 1 071 385 6 129 2 509 1 484 3 095 1 674 1 254 10 716 3 384 5 342 1 982 9 962 2 310 1 185 2 844 2 647 838 2 785 818 799 27 640 6 247 2 605 163 807 3 642 131 41 49 998 1 798 1 437 12 924 582 404 4 492 944 623 2 925 1 445 7 446 186 2 717 1 215 194 4 707 204 135 31 4 368 1 851 582 778 475 295 690 65 167 458 2 294 818 404 467 461 36 569 41 211

90

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Table 92.

Income in 1989 of White Households, Families, and Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

INCOME IN 1989
Households Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Families Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Married-couple families Less than $15,000 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 or more Female householder, no husband present Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Males 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Females 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Per capita income (dollars) Persons in households (dollars) Persons in group quarters (dollars) 863 960 844 613 481 513 376 069 742 265 898 339 075 194 577 563 261 246 807 649 445 333 961 731 008 413 780 534 607 701 973 171 672 712 1 129 2 720 5 191 1 747 142 137 26 134 58.9 32 439 142 724 13 088 37.6 21 859 18 046 18 465 6 084 146 3 7 8 20 23 31 31 11 8 38 46 101 1 1 3 11 15 23 26 10 7 45 53 85 3 7 11 20 24 16 12 22 031 905 2 163 1 785 3 616 3 435 4 248 3 440 1 180 1 259 32 043 42 032 11 391 195 332 643 1 526 1 613 2 726 2 582 831 943 42 075 53 069 9 017 636 1 023 1 083 2 277 2 317 1 681 1 856 120 103 231 375 814 213 18 656 22 789 57.2 30 290 19 927 13 946 36.2 22 019 19 656 20 393 7 696 786 493 915 087 370 646 576 589 279 831 928 105 154 875 1 084 2 569 8 611 12 479 19 791 23 135 9 387 6 223 47 189 54 839 71 540 2 453 5 999 9 500 17 171 21 480 14 937 9 473 467 531 789 2 076 4 115 1 495 116 379 26 963 59.6 33 470 114 932 13 243 38.2 22 044 18 115 18 504 4 976 116 2 4 6 15 18 25 26 10 6 40 48 84 8 046 562 766 741 1 495 1 432 1 552 1 040 283 175 27 886 32 505 5 530 124 161 351 1 124 1 154 1 290 932 227 167 33 415 38 243 4 451 324 758 951 1 159 904 355 842 85 78 109 269 262 39 7 102 20 480 52.8 27 006 7 865 10 398 32.2 17 091 13 245 13 377 10 934 58 2 4 5 10 10 11 9 2 2 31 39 44 014 099 063 014 858 177 680 346 452 325 552 721 607 891 1 459 2 902 7 812 8 349 10 338 8 560 2 216 2 080 36 009 44 121 39 071 3 432 6 446 7 368 9 502 8 154 4 169 3 990 349 467 612 1 002 1 251 309 57 336 21 104 56.4 26 682 52 658 10 593 36.0 17 345 15 302 15 343 12 282 2 116 63 74 212 365 333 406 369 146 148 35 293 46 839 1 746 37 17 108 293 307 370 347 127 140 38 511 51 187 1 590 142 247 266 343 332 260 73 – – 9 14 43 7 2 284 21 481 62.7 26 938 1 906 10 823 39.3 16 176 16 311 16 311 – 895 356 660 167 589 903 305 532 654 729 818 057 653 067 249 808 398 429 261 272 394 775 806 682 129 710 445 040 237 323 374 872 557 574 921 2 299 4 775 1 746 133 163 27 170 59.0 34 044 132 019 13 597 38.0 22 317 19 006 19 415 6 456 135 3 6 7 17 20 29 30 11 8 40 49 94 1 1 2 9 13 22 26 10 7 47 56 80 2 6 10 19 24 17 10 15 059 736 1 705 1 209 2 451 2 190 2 783 2 246 780 959 30 979 42 526 6 891 118 229 395 1 014 887 1 574 1 507 483 684 41 958 55 665 5 166 372 657 536 1 224 1 290 1 087 1 359 82 74 156 276 594 177 11 609 23 816 54.7 31 589 13 213 15 017 36.4 24 353 21 615 22 147 7 791 120 2 4 5 15 18 26 28 10 7 41 49 87 836 620 955 958 138 713 522 286 874 770 780 871 762 949 1 020 2 413 8 384 12 542 20 687 24 765 9 911 7 091 48 277 56 762 74 963 2 338 5 788 9 504 18 013 23 033 16 287 9 513 475 500 765 2 023 4 181 1 569 121 554 27 487 59.4 34 274 118 806 13 442 38.2 22 199 18 764 19 163 6 307 982 703 247 460 750 787 751 883 540 861 773 420 029 018 787 657 675 166 884 937 267 638 169 857 950 135 781 862 872 532 768 289 464 605 820 1 423 1 667 310 66 310 20 136 56.5 25 362 63 363 10 467 35.3 17 013 13 810 13 928 8 365 68 2 5 6 13 12 13 9 2 1 29 35 51 1 1 3 9 10 11 8 2 1 34 39 43 4 7 8 10 8 3 5 48 1 3 4 9 9 9 6 1 1 29 34 36 926 900 807 610 916 077 799 954 632 231 438 845 965 777 1 381 2 687 7 135 7 467 8 667 6 304 1 475 1 072 33 601 38 898 32 150 3 207 5 887 6 634 7 941 6 007 2 474 3 505 305 442 550 913 1 090 205 47 243 20 016 55.5 25 101 44 313 10 209 35.6 16 728 13 592 13 645 6 684

MEDIAN INCOME IN 1989 BY SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS
Family type and presence of own children: Families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Married-couple families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Female householder, no husband present (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Workers in family in 1989: No workers (dollars) 1 worker (dollars) 2 or more workers (dollars) Husband and wife worked (dollars) Nonfamily households (dollars) Male householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) Female householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) 45 45 41 49 50 43 27 21 14 23 33 52 54 23 30 27 15 19 17 11 961 780 877 346 114 375 708 876 803 641 864 919 825 372 166 344 586 039 332 036 42 42 42 46 47 44 26 19 13 20 29 50 53 21 30 27 14 17 15 10 075 552 538 723 592 937 509 187 804 371 942 626 618 804 284 137 531 218 868 332 47 46 42 50 50 43 28 23 16 24 35 53 55 24 30 27 16 20 18 11 189 772 250 543 974 568 876 226 480 914 119 963 704 809 545 826 843 503 859 961 33 34 33 36 39 35 19 14 5 19 23 41 44 12 20 19 10 9 9 7 415 764 115 610 883 833 934 069 330 484 895 590 090 227 625 688 658 564 133 488 36 37 33 37 40 35 19 14 10 18 26 43 45 16 21 19 13 11 10 8 009 450 971 964 695 654 901 496 410 378 609 556 053 172 801 910 735 865 764 575 38 45 34 40 46 36 33 13 20 28 45 46 14 26 24 22 11 11 10 511 385 453 618 106 389 403 750 – 179 929 027 649 853 625 271 132 463 543 781 47 47 44 51 51 45 29 23 16 24 35 54 56 24 30 28 15 19 18 11 806 535 202 204 741 881 029 353 429 110 552 749 464 442 950 196 864 757 043 443 41 43 44 47 48 47 26 19 14 18 28 52 55 22 31 28 12 16 15 9 958 291 402 548 657 569 720 776 722 750 575 522 858 051 362 498 794 979 779 954 48 47 44 51 51 45 29 23 16 24 35 54 56 24 30 28 16 20 18 11 277 918 189 439 900 652 419 656 705 797 963 888 508 872 842 146 804 329 651 901 34 35 31 36 38 32 19 14 10 18 24 41 42 16 21 20 13 12 11 8 169 253 352 292 776 819 664 748 202 469 977 239 462 296 937 096 775 291 253 629 33 35 31 35 38 33 19 14 9 17 24 40 41 15 21 19 13 11 10 8 601 169 556 511 256 224 212 318 873 940 448 979 977 652 135 144 491 507 465 413

INCOME TYPE IN 1989
Households With earnings Mean earnings (dollars) With wage or salary income Mean wage or salary income (dollars) With nonfarm self-employment income Mean nonfarm self-employment income (dollars) With farm self-employment income Mean farm self-employment income (dollars) With interest, dividend, or net rental income Mean interest, dividend, or net rental income (dollars) With Social Security income Mean Social Security income (dollars) With public assistance income Mean public assistance income (dollars) With retirement income Mean retirement income (dollars) With other income Mean other income (dollars) 146 122 46 120 44 14 18 863 531 030 077 690 742 239 783 6 321 77 805 5 38 8 4 4 28 10 14 4 871 729 487 526 326 552 493 019 334 22 16 43 16 42 2 20 031 482 982 027 267 279 230 180 7 694 11 647 7 430 7 353 7 859 984 4 483 4 711 9 113 1 939 4 859 116 100 47 98 45 11 17 786 238 041 429 759 794 636 551 5 893 62 949 5 28 8 3 4 22 10 11 4 564 540 716 067 442 032 959 274 313 8 5 34 5 32 046 811 407 621 885 669 22 090 52 6 091 3 209 6 227 2 836 7 808 475 3 248 1 809 8 409 806 3 368 58 46 38 44 36 7 22 2 13 22 8 18 8 2 4 12 10 5 4 014 420 934 268 306 355 873 388 358 375 585 125 116 424 146 433 107 099 349 2 1 40 1 33 20 1 16 1 116 903 023 500 246 436 584 053 449 068 135 114 48 111 46 13 19 895 299 296 972 775 831 940 962 7 101 73 491 6 35 8 3 4 25 10 12 4 701 544 593 763 490 922 601 580 517 15 10 46 10 44 1 22 059 771 512 456 748 414 682 118 8 723 7 902 7 981 5 458 7 810 732 4 204 3 076 7 996 1 206 5 008 120 103 48 101 46 12 19 836 528 481 516 984 417 628 844 6 875 65 589 6 30 8 3 4 22 10 11 4 547 086 735 031 559 846 952 374 465 68 54 35 52 33 8 19 2 13 26 5 21 7 3 3 15 9 6 3 982 652 265 373 146 266 515 209 588 689 860 310 993 187 996 063 988 538 995 48 38 34 36 32 6 19 2 13 17 5 15 8 2 4 10 9 4 4 926 584 868 749 614 171 036 095 998 459 765 809 064 230 091 663 844 221 094

13 604 690 7 252 35 4 886 318 8 922 88 4 603

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 93.

Income in 1989 of Black Households, Families, and Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

INCOME IN 1989
Households Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Families Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Married-couple families Less than $15,000 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 or more Female householder, no husband present Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Males 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Females 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Per capita income (dollars) Persons in households (dollars) Persons in group quarters (dollars) 752 164 948 097 390 554 375 701 189 334 25 546 30 025 21 699 1 880 1 828 2 208 3 967 3 235 4 068 3 188 1 003 322 27 763 32 391 10 757 1 056 1 553 1 694 2 788 2 521 1 145 9 326 1 561 1 336 1 530 2 066 2 175 658 25 895 15 424 50.7 22 970 31 646 11 004 43.3 18 510 10 137 10 368 4 418 29 3 2 3 5 4 5 3 1 15 2 1 1 2 2 2 1 029 003 827 703 852 142 338 586 460 118 21 637 26 861 10 618 1 060 1 013 1 215 2 074 1 648 1 839 1 314 337 118 24 694 29 353 4 543 569 702 795 1 115 970 392 5 216 871 784 843 1 172 1 209 337 12 928 13 094 46.0 21 312 16 540 9 576 39.4 16 838 9 034 9 236 4 876 12 670 761 726 1 131 2 080 2 126 2 856 2 077 713 200 32 277 35 684 9 599 550 579 777 1 559 1 354 2 089 1 853 650 188 34 860 37 770 5 629 389 659 759 1 567 1 534 721 3 306 439 399 514 790 847 317 11 393 19 261 57.5 25 729 12 856 14 367 50.7 20 794 12 197 12 368 3 610 2 053 400 395 263 458 286 181 38 16 16 14 180 18 271 1 482 270 236 216 334 233 140 21 16 16 15 470 19 325 585 98 192 140 106 17 32 804 251 153 173 104 119 4 1 574 10 658 40.4 17 805 2 250 7 023 29.5 13 408 6 185 6 436 3 793 7 048 853 1 056 818 1 472 1 094 1 021 567 132 35 19 959 24 529 5 179 414 598 582 1 211 940 776 524 116 18 23 076 26 933 2 987 520 694 605 599 456 113 1 767 305 307 311 394 387 63 7 073 12 079 48.4 18 346 7 226 8 620 40.0 14 033 7 889 8 175 3 007 112 8 29 9 13 13 32 8 – – 19 773 23 655 103 8 29 – 13 13 32 8 – – 28 036 24 679 79 34 9 7 29 – – 16 – – – 2 6 8 119 9 250 39.5 20 812 118 9 333 37.3 15 500 7 535 7 535 – 24 2 2 2 4 3 4 3 1 190 382 212 386 118 755 727 234 065 311 27 392 31 479 17 450 1 331 1 306 1 597 3 131 2 610 3 478 2 804 892 301 30 165 34 206 8 624 810 1 059 1 244 2 313 2 176 1 022 7 469 1 069 937 1 082 1 789 1 971 621 21 450 15 810 50.3 24 197 25 413 11 749 45.3 19 299 10 597 10 874 3 207 478 638 540 439 318 842 979 254 362 106 21 642 26 771 8 711 826 811 995 1 757 1 420 1 519 1 025 252 106 24 753 29 286 3 541 460 552 645 883 697 304 4 430 679 626 683 1 028 1 093 321 10 356 13 003 45.6 21 223 13 465 10 093 40.3 16 822 9 016 9 139 3 393 12 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 11 712 744 672 947 1 800 1 913 2 748 1 980 703 205 33 586 36 495 8 739 505 495 602 1 374 1 190 1 959 1 779 640 195 36 278 39 111 5 083 350 507 599 1 430 1 479 718 3 039 390 311 399 761 878 300 11 094 18 957 54.7 26 411 11 948 15 100 51.0 21 173 12 273 12 772 3 125 610 635 792 529 744 893 669 034 256 58 19 835 24 165 9 428 963 1 120 1 193 2 047 1 565 1 366 908 227 39 22 039 26 034 5 120 766 1 188 1 055 1 074 801 236 3 624 797 706 759 671 591 100 11 518 12 946 50.0 18 717 13 459 8 271 37.6 14 490 8 008 8 171 5 089 12 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 6 569 770 980 784 1 463 1 033 911 484 117 27 19 645 23 939 4 869 397 572 570 1 191 884 703 441 101 10 22 270 25 884 2 791 489 689 585 558 380 90 1 670 298 304 299 392 321 56 6 196 12 526 50.7 17 937 6 775 8 358 39.6 13 579 7 902 7 937 3 895

MEDIAN INCOME IN 1989 BY SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS
Family type and presence of own children: Families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Married-couple families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Female householder, no husband present (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Workers in family in 1989: No workers (dollars) 1 worker (dollars) 2 or more workers (dollars) Husband and wife worked (dollars) Nonfamily households (dollars) Male householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) Female householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) 27 23 20 39 40 35 15 12 10 5 16 41 46 15 21 18 6 12 10 5 763 982 673 965 915 738 814 202 477 245 581 277 178 686 047 109 701 036 441 693 24 21 18 36 38 34 15 11 10 5 15 38 43 11 17 15 6 8 7 5 694 442 468 736 162 667 753 540 181 180 677 235 050 812 489 024 530 707 443 676 34 30 24 45 45 38 17 14 12 5 18 45 48 25 27 24 7 23 21 6 860 584 379 228 757 618 483 314 712 894 429 968 594 224 883 712 220 120 144 418 15 470 12 431 8 442 25 417 23 953 21 719 9 894 8 046 5 000– 5 000– 12 593 29 224 29 880 9 419 10 625 9 369 6 656 8 877 6 403 5 000– 23 23 16 28 31 27 14 10 5 076 401 679 615 292 230 263 562 000 036 098 628 028 187 – 42 500 – – 5 000– 7 404 37 562 38 438 12 750 13 750 13 750 – 11 250 11 250 11 250 28 38 6 19 38 30 26 22 42 44 39 17 13 12 5 17 43 48 16 21 18 6 12 11 5 165 146 305 265 590 803 648 865 207 637 977 235 557 223 867 481 636 295 017 817 24 21 18 36 37 33 16 12 10 5 16 37 42 11 16 13 6 8 7 5 753 246 311 218 690 000 837 002 918 442 546 913 461 454 801 868 656 745 420 728 36 32 26 46 48 45 19 15 13 6 20 47 51 25 27 22 6 23 20 6 278 375 549 695 062 244 353 607 953 055 061 493 259 170 806 788 590 210 452 220 22 21 15 30 32 26 11 9 5 039 100 896 455 267 335 889 195 436 22 22 16 27 30 27 13 10 5 270 946 771 862 333 230 669 197 000

5 858 15 160 32 620 36 450 8 733 12 284 10 461 5 791 6 171 5 470 5 000–

5 283 13 658 33 103 36 367 10 775 15 079 13 155 5 994 7 632 6 213 5 000–

5 956 14 958 31 310 35 236 9 159 12 923 11 069 5 938 6 330 5 575 5 000–

INCOME TYPE IN 1989
Households With earnings Mean earnings (dollars) With wage or salary income Mean wage or salary income (dollars) With nonfarm self-employment income Mean nonfarm self-employment income (dollars) With farm self-employment income Mean farm self-employment income (dollars) With interest, dividend, or net rental income Mean interest, dividend, or net rental income (dollars) With Social Security income Mean Social Security income (dollars) With public assistance income Mean public assistance income (dollars) With retirement income Mean retirement income (dollars) With other income Mean other income (dollars) 29 25 31 24 31 1 10 752 130 734 914 440 270 714 88 6 484 3 990 1 5 6 4 3 3 6 3 3 948 799 330 338 775 706 580 428 093 15 12 28 11 28 029 017 904 889 724 562 9 414 65 8 449 1 723 1 3 6 2 3 2 6 1 3 930 627 176 701 885 273 523 639 240 12 11 36 11 35 670 618 141 561 629 642 12 407 23 928 2 134 2 1 6 1 3 1 7 1 3 032 545 822 095 727 160 425 508 086 2 1 20 1 20 053 495 230 464 419 66 5 309 – – 133 836 627 6 009 542 3 326 273 3 466 281 2 274 7 5 26 5 26 048 665 296 549 031 306 12 465 88 8 027 497 1 2 5 1 3 819 044 635 208 403 899 5 607 856 2 740 112 99 24 130 87 22 171 20 20 000 12 5 000 8 4 000 25 3 662 42 2 793 18 968 5 440 24 20 33 20 32 1 11 190 504 327 344 997 034 385 75 3 567 3 439 2 4 6 3 3 3 6 2 3 052 830 405 222 850 017 541 619 059 12 9 28 9 28 478 896 991 790 814 486 9 370 52 4 735 1 400 1 3 6 2 4 1 6 1 3 896 187 235 277 004 866 270 208 156 11 10 37 10 36 712 608 372 554 877 548 13 172 23 928 2 039 2 158 1 643 6 734 945 3 480 1 151 6 981 1 411 2 975 12 10 25 10 25 610 291 566 119 343 542 10 421 101 9 994 1 048 1 3 5 2 3 1 6 1 2 546 013 739 324 478 588 103 665 966 6 5 25 5 25 569 319 396 203 100 299 12 636 88 8 027 413 1 1 5 1 3 856 886 639 148 446 813 5 575 816 2 803

92

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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 94.

Income in 1989 of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Households, Families, and Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

INCOME IN 1989
Households Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Families Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Married-couple families Less than $15,000 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 or more Female householder, no husband present Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Males 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Females 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Per capita income (dollars) Persons in households (dollars) Persons in group quarters (dollars) 418 15 40 42 27 62 83 99 33 17 36 983 41 892 316 14 15 12 24 57 59 85 33 17 43 958 46 972 222 8 8 29 53 74 50 72 14 7 12 9 21 9 447 17 014 53.7 35 484 359 12 218 55.2 25 921 18 256 18 877 3 135 125 15 14 17 5 20 9 33 7 5 29 417 36 895 73 9 7 6 5 8 – 26 7 5 55 167 44 370 38 – – – – 26 12 35 9 7 6 5 8 – 106 37 619 64.2 39 048 82 11 042 40.2 25 982 18 728 20 726 3 852 273 – 26 25 15 29 74 66 26 12 43 490 45 344 223 5 8 6 12 36 59 59 26 12 45 486 49 706 177 8 1 29 53 48 38 37 5 – 6 4 13 9 307 16 736 51.8 32 083 264 13 077 62.5 25 750 18 885 19 161 1 200 20 – – – 7 13 – – – – 25 577 25 995 20 – – – 7 13 – – – – 25 577 25 995 7 – 7 – – – – – – – – – – – 34 11 667 38.2 21 250 13 12 679 – – 9 639 9 639 – 510 44 32 77 118 89 85 52 2 11 24 130 28 303 379 24 14 81 85 59 83 20 2 11 23 993 28 384 274 64 55 52 72 20 11 88 13 12 24 21 18 – 477 18 005 54.1 21 324 434 7 500 40.6 18 065 11 533 11 695 4 634 20 – – 7 6 7 – – – – 23 750 21 844 20 – – 7 6 7 – – – – 23 750 21 844 20 7 6 7 – – – – – – – – – – 32 6 429 18.8 23 750 24 3 571 – – 8 478 8 478 – 318 9 26 25 20 36 77 80 33 12 43 561 44 843 248 14 8 6 17 36 56 66 33 12 45 333 48 828 185 8 6 21 50 55 45 54 14 – 6 4 21 9 338 15 833 45.3 36 008 318 15 417 63.2 26 336 18 314 18 979 4 306 47 9 – – – 15 9 7 7 – 29 917 41 051 24 9 – – – 8 – – 7 – 28 438 39 459 7 – – – – – 7 17 9 – – – 8 – 36 42 395 44.4 44 152 44 26 250 63.6 26 429 22 488 22 488 – 271 – 26 25 20 21 68 73 26 12 44 010 45 501 224 5 8 6 17 28 56 66 26 12 46 167 49 831 178 8 6 21 50 55 38 37 5 – 6 4 13 9 302 14 500 45.4 35 363 274 14 444 63.1 26 250 17 744 18 474 4 306 610 50 46 94 125 115 91 71 2 16 24 479 28 992 447 24 21 87 92 80 86 39 2 16 24 967 30 183 311 64 57 60 75 39 16 106 13 19 30 26 18 – 586 18 245 58.9 21 356 475 6 732 36.4 17 722 12 380 12 586 3 250 498 44 32 77 113 89 85 45 2 11 23 963 28 030 367 24 14 81 80 59 83 13 2 11 23 750 28 016 262 64 50 52 72 13 11 88 13 12 24 21 18 – 431 18 644 57.1 21 250 398 7 188 40.5 17 964 11 550 11 600 –

MEDIAN INCOME IN 1989 BY SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS
Family type and presence of own children: Families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Married-couple families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Female householder, no husband present (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Workers in family in 1989: No workers (dollars) 1 worker (dollars) 2 or more workers (dollars) Husband and wife worked (dollars) Nonfamily households (dollars) Male householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) Female householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) 43 958 31 667 16 000 55 912 62 728 46 250 16 500 16 250 5 000– 6 28 56 57 13 14 32 43 10 10 5 125 000 458 981 864 773 000 056 833 833 360 167 750 558 954 185 – 13 125 13 125 5 000– 5 000– 16 500 57 317 57 954 28 214 30 750 42 917 43 056 27 679 27 679 – 55 15 5 57 94 45 45 45 47 47 46 28 28 5 31 53 57 11 11 11 486 139 417 153 222 250 750 571 – 25 577 – – 23 750 – – – – – 23 750 26 250 – – – – – – – – – 23 993 23 233 20 417 31 071 24 559 16 563 14 375 12 750 5 000– 10 22 33 36 19 28 19 6 5 5 6 958 708 333 000 196 558 732 322 544 326 183 23 750 23 750 – 23 750 23 750 – – – – – 21 250 23 750 – – – – – – – – 45 333 45 139 45 556 55 069 60 230 46 250 28 000 27 917 5 000– 5 000– 30 179 55 313 57 971 22 500 42 976 42 976 43 750 12 083 12 083 5 360 28 438 28 438 5 000– 77 197 77 197 – 5 000– 5 000– 5 000– 5 000– 28 750 77 197 77 197 43 750 44 722 44 722 43 750 28 750 28 750 – 46 46 46 52 52 46 28 28 5 31 54 56 10 11 11 167 528 806 750 640 250 750 571 – 24 22 17 32 26 16 14 13 5 967 500 500 944 250 563 135 068 041 23 750 22 760 19 375 30 893 24 167 16 563 14 375 12 750 5 000– 10 22 33 35 19 28 19 6 5 5 6 958 708 214 875 196 558 732 322 544 326 183

360 607 793 327 250 719 719 – 10 625 10 625 5 360

360 607 115 516 982 250 250 – 10 625 10 625 5 360

11 250 22 813 34 519 40 536 17 768 27 596 19 732 7 886 5 000 5 000– 6 183

INCOME TYPE IN 1989
Households With earnings Mean earnings (dollars) With wage or salary income Mean wage or salary income (dollars) With nonfarm self-employment income Mean nonfarm self-employment income (dollars) With farm self-employment income Mean farm self-employment income (dollars) With interest, dividend, or net rental income Mean interest, dividend, or net rental income (dollars) With Social Security income Mean Social Security income (dollars) With public assistance income Mean public assistance income (dollars) With retirement income Mean retirement income (dollars) With other income Mean other income (dollars) 418 382 39 974 382 39 955 3 2 500 – – 102 5 145 107 7 101 33 4 606 51 15 144 27 1 169 125 110 38 630 110 38 630 – – – – 32 2 866 20 5 920 21 4 058 9 7 200 5 500 273 259 41 548 259 41 519 3 2 500 – – 63 6 541 67 7 032 12 5 566 35 18 255 22 1 321 20 13 20 000 13 20 000 – – – – 7 3 000 20 8 515 – – 7 9 800 – – 510 393 30 012 381 28 902 40 15 861 17 8 739 117 4 039 154 7 429 46 3 522 80 8 339 48 4 049 20 20 11 175 13 11 495 – – 7 10 581 7 10 061 14 10 210 – – – – – – 318 295 42 310 295 42 310 – – – – 76 5 717 76 7 194 21 4 543 41 16 458 19 1 440 47 38 45 737 38 45 737 – – – – 14 1 600 9 8 400 9 3 180 9 7 200 – – 271 257 41 803 257 41 803 – – – – 62 6 647 67 7 032 12 5 566 32 19 061 19 1 440 610 480 30 382 468 29 472 43 14 929 17 8 739 143 3 936 185 7 336 58 3 769 90 8 497 56 3 546 498 381 29 710 369 28 554 40 15 861 17 8 739 110 4 289 154 7 429 46 3 522 80 8 339 48 4 049

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 95.

Income in 1989 of Asian or Pacific Islander Households, Families, and Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

INCOME IN 1989
Households Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Families Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Married-couple families Less than $15,000 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 or more Female householder, no husband present Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Males 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Females 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Per capita income (dollars) Persons in households (dollars) Persons in group quarters (dollars) 2 282 74 148 160 275 251 475 467 267 165 41 453 52 335 1 743 40 69 84 170 163 382 422 248 165 48 278 60 341 1 523 127 148 105 348 409 386 163 16 10 31 19 66 21 2 427 25 473 58.2 35 625 2 330 12 883 42.2 23 773 16 887 17 082 3 735 230 32 14 – 27 24 53 43 6 31 39 545 47 984 185 12 7 – 20 13 57 39 6 31 41 971 56 130 158 7 20 11 51 32 37 20 12 – – – 8 – 281 19 583 61.9 26 905 267 10 365 30.3 16 875 16 200 16 259 11 480 2 005 30 128 160 248 227 416 424 238 134 42 370 52 934 1 517 16 62 73 150 150 319 383 230 134 49 315 61 581 1 324 97 128 94 291 377 337 143 4 10 31 19 58 21 2 076 26 335 58.2 37 386 2 006 13 196 43.8 24 182 17 062 17 264 3 150 47 12 6 – – – 6 – 23 – 39 792 48 086 41 12 – 11 – – 6 – 12 – 14 432 33 457 41 23 – – 6 – 12 – – – – – – – 70 6 250 41.4 25 729 57 17 031 43.9 41 415 13 724 14 181 – 242 3 – 18 39 34 64 16 21 47 42 813 56 154 222 11 – 11 31 36 59 14 21 39 39 643 53 857 194 14 19 34 59 14 54 12 – – – 6 – 6 330 17 500 54.2 25 625 403 11 531 43.4 16 815 13 201 13 201 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 15 40 274 73.3 40 476 22 476 22 476 – 2 063 45 142 138 230 235 426 444 235 168 43 177 54 284 1 579 23 69 66 136 158 329 403 227 168 50 332 62 990 1 392 104 121 100 309 390 368 130 11 10 24 12 52 21 2 232 26 212 57.1 37 336 1 997 13 790 44.0 25 337 17 447 17 647 3 150 92 15 14 – 16 9 7 24 – 7 27 857 35 871 70 7 7 – 9 9 7 24 – 7 48 571 43 815 54 7 9 7 7 17 7 9 7 – – – 2 – 126 18 929 51.6 25 298 99 10 179 35.4 16 917 12 663 12 663 – 1 971 30 128 138 214 226 419 420 235 161 43 455 55 144 1 509 16 62 66 127 149 322 379 227 161 50 489 63 880 1 338 97 112 93 302 373 361 121 4 10 24 12 50 21 2 106 26 743 57.5 39 674 1 898 13 992 44.5 25 449 17 692 17 907 3 150 461 32 6 40 84 50 113 39 53 44 37 829 45 618 386 28 – 29 65 41 112 33 42 36 39 342 45 775 325 37 46 39 98 33 72 45 5 – 7 13 14 6 525 16 287 60.2 23 750 736 10 802 38.0 16 375 12 686 12 731 7 175 177 3 – 18 39 27 39 16 15 20 35 536 45 410 157 11 – 11 31 29 34 14 15 12 31 406 40 793 129 14 19 27 34 14 21 12 – – – 6 – 6 242 14 514 55.0 20 329 313 11 281 42.5 16 550 11 409 11 409 –

MEDIAN INCOME IN 1989 BY SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS
Family type and presence of own children: Families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Married-couple families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Female householder, no husband present (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Workers in family in 1989: No workers (dollars) 1 worker (dollars) 2 or more workers (dollars) Husband and wife worked (dollars) Nonfamily households (dollars) Male householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) Female householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) 48 50 44 51 52 44 29 27 28 278 651 712 293 640 279 219 813 750 41 971 60 787 64 668 47 727 62 730 60 953 5 000– 5 000– – 219 438 857 812 245 464 750 – 5 000– 5 000– 5 000– 6 48 47 41 6 24 23 49 50 44 52 52 44 29 28 28 6 43 55 56 22 25 35 23 18 18 28 315 823 760 035 568 663 844 594 750 962 226 706 722 857 302 515 750 177 750 750 14 432 13 750 5 000– 14 432 13 750 5 000– – – – 5 000– – 958 958 360 360 360 360 – – – 39 45 35 45 45 46 50 50 23 643 885 833 093 885 058 000 000 750 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 50 51 46 52 53 46 30 23 28 6 43 57 58 23 24 28 23 18 19 28 332 669 346 558 538 786 000 500 750 755 871 377 205 333 792 542 750 125 375 750 48 571 29 286 60 557 48 929 60 064 38 750 5 000– 5 000– – 5 65 48 28 6 16 16 360 594 214 393 364 250 250 – 5 000– 5 000– – 50 51 45 52 53 46 31 24 28 6 43 58 59 23 25 35 23 18 21 28 489 882 962 688 504 786 563 750 750 962 508 264 443 786 302 515 750 681 500 750 39 42 28 40 41 41 23 46 23 342 037 438 509 667 528 958 250 750 31 41 27 36 41 46 50 50 23 406 250 813 607 250 058 000 000 750

5 852 43 347 54 917 55 243 22 188 24 940 28 750 22 917 15 750 14 500 5 000–

38 38 5 5 5 5

5 000– 44 583 40 417 46 875 16 071 14 643 14 643 13 750 16 429 16 250 –

5 000– 40 833 40 694 41 204 14 716 30 341 14 821 12 679 14 333 13 750 5 000–

5 000– 43 333 32 344 35 714 16 071 14 643 14 643 13 750 16 429 16 250 –

INCOME TYPE IN 1989
Households With earnings Mean earnings (dollars) With wage or salary income Mean wage or salary income (dollars) With nonfarm self-employment income Mean nonfarm self-employment income (dollars) With farm self-employment income Mean farm self-employment income (dollars) With interest, dividend, or net rental income Mean interest, dividend, or net rental income (dollars) With Social Security income Mean Social Security income (dollars) With public assistance income Mean public assistance income (dollars) With retirement income Mean retirement income (dollars) With other income Mean other income (dollars) 282 176 846 103 011 269 43 326 7 7 000 1 178 5 446 141 6 628 80 3 337 171 12 933 88 12 909 2 2 49 2 46 230 200 47 462 179 34 294 50 67 077 – – 88 11 529 13 9 577 33 3 152 27 6 678 10 12 044 2 1 49 1 47 005 947 749 895 149 208 35 889 7 7 000 1 066 5 004 110 6 753 47 3 467 138 14 601 78 13 019 47 29 72 778 29 43 950 11 76 000 – – 24 2 750 18 3 733 – – 6 2 712 – – 242 242 52 534 223 46 921 53 42 449 – – 134 3 328 29 5 969 7 3 228 17 9 583 25 2 864 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 1 51 1 47 063 990 181 926 933 242 39 179 7 7 000 1 108 5 628 107 6 659 76 3 315 132 14 594 73 13 851 92 77 29 202 63 27 217 25 21 355 – – 23 36 374 9 9 236 22 3 017 16 4 092 – – 1 1 52 1 48 971 913 066 863 634 217 41 232 7 7 000 1 085 4 977 98 6 422 54 3 436 116 16 043 73 13 851 461 428 45 158 400 37 261 80 55 291 – – 204 3 062 63 6 273 11 3 423 56 8 001 40 4 911 177 177 41 970 162 42 855 33 14 736 – – 87 3 660 22 5 267 – – 12 8 576 25 2 864

94

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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 96.

Income in 1989 of Hispanic Origin Households, Families, and Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

INCOME IN 1989
Households Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Families Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Married-couple families Less than $15,000 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 or more Female householder, no husband present Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Males 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Females 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Per capita income (dollars) Persons in households (dollars) Persons in group quarters (dollars) 3 701 236 281 355 731 676 687 491 142 102 28 284 33 980 3 003 167 234 302 594 541 559 410 100 96 28 705 34 399 2 091 282 403 409 464 357 176 648 111 134 110 143 128 22 4 186 15 916 61.3 20 197 3 595 9 294 35.6 17 097 10 050 10 192 5 334 1 474 111 155 171 312 251 260 174 26 14 24 500 28 672 1 229 61 156 175 249 180 238 148 14 8 23 750 28 271 758 137 172 138 188 115 8 330 38 105 72 55 40 20 1 799 13 133 58.4 17 044 1 517 7 300 29.2 14 368 7 785 7 802 7 311 2 089 110 116 163 397 405 414 291 105 88 30 836 37 823 1 666 97 74 113 323 341 308 236 86 88 31 327 39 124 1 256 127 213 251 263 234 168 305 64 29 38 84 88 2 2 141 19 308 62.0 25 754 1 989 11 153 40.9 19 849 12 154 12 383 3 225 138 15 10 21 22 20 13 26 11 – 25 227 32 499 108 9 4 14 22 20 13 26 – – 26 136 31 248 77 18 18 20 13 8 – 13 9 – – 4 – – 246 9 519 76.8 9 346 89 8 155 24.7 10 208 7 964 8 098 1 575 505 35 38 60 102 81 75 69 14 31 26 458 35 029 430 37 19 67 75 71 57 59 14 31 26 417 36 271 326 42 56 69 57 59 43 69 16 8 28 17 – – 826 13 125 61.4 16 114 500 8 583 37.8 15 078 10 162 9 035 18 832 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 193 226 240 309 626 562 603 402 117 108 28 292 34 225 2 556 158 199 259 487 450 471 344 86 102 29 265 35 132 1 754 212 328 335 393 318 168 590 94 134 110 111 119 22 3 588 16 653 59.9 21 487 3 095 9 972 38.1 17 254 10 577 10 523 11 895 1 249 111 133 160 294 212 190 109 26 14 22 093 26 970 1 026 61 134 164 231 154 159 101 14 8 21 500 26 584 600 104 164 121 126 77 8 311 38 105 72 45 31 20 1 435 12 932 59.2 16 390 1 266 7 500 31.8 14 578 7 352 7 403 3 456 1 944 115 107 149 332 350 413 293 91 94 31 632 38 886 1 530 97 65 95 256 296 312 243 72 94 32 290 40 865 1 154 108 164 214 267 241 160 279 56 29 38 66 88 2 2 153 19 512 60.5 27 029 1 829 11 581 42.5 19 699 13 051 13 035 13 309 1 013 45 79 106 207 195 159 158 39 25 27 380 33 731 877 46 54 110 182 162 145 125 28 25 26 761 33 181 663 112 131 143 128 98 51 127 33 8 28 49 9 – 1 424 13 018 64.8 15 136 1 000 7 667 28.9 14 958 8 678 8 694 8 379 430 27 38 55 102 74 56 46 7 25 24 079 32 153 361 29 19 62 75 64 44 36 7 25 24 375 33 098 257 29 56 62 44 36 30 69 16 8 28 17 – – 576 11 944 66.3 14 167 446 8 158 33.9 16 068 8 068 8 062 8 305

MEDIAN INCOME IN 1989 BY SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS
Family type and presence of own children: Families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Married-couple families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Female householder, no husband present (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Workers in family in 1989: No workers (dollars) 1 worker (dollars) 2 or more workers (dollars) Husband and wife worked (dollars) Nonfamily households (dollars) Male householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) Female householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) 28 25 24 33 32 29 14 9 9 705 926 500 405 090 844 006 775 836 23 22 18 30 31 28 11 9 6 6 13 35 35 16 20 10 5 8 9 6 750 212 036 221 066 594 719 521 178 876 694 058 132 719 208 147 360 501 019 762 31 30 28 37 33 30 16 12 13 327 279 542 767 708 505 414 928 558 26 136 22 813 17 857 25 568 24 219 23 438 5 000– 5 000– – 23 17 36 26 11 13 13 750 727 458 023 071 068 068 – 10 179 10 179 – 26 24 16 34 35 20 11 10 11 21 12 38 39 15 16 7 417 792 477 615 750 625 641 547 458 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 29 26 25 35 33 30 13 9 10 265 799 098 114 657 556 622 150 417 21 21 15 27 30 45 10 8 6 500 080 938 955 551 714 977 750 178 32 31 30 39 38 30 16 12 13 290 334 101 087 234 278 473 599 702 26 24 18 30 27 23 13 12 10 17 14 35 33 17 30 12 761 049 571 815 885 906 854 109 833 24 21 16 33 27 20 11 10 11 21 11 36 37 14 16 7 375 417 136 221 917 833 641 547 458

5 000– 16 868 37 904 39 112 21 062 25 568 22 813 9 100 10 707 10 197 5 852

5 000– 21 250 39 002 40 234 24 208 28 062 27 656 26 250 11 563 10 729 5 118

458 014 523 432 625 458 926 – 8 036 5 926 5 360

5 000– 16 543 38 500 40 558 20 781 24 185 22 000 9 100 10 833 9 242 5 852

5 000– 13 321 33 381 33 973 11 691 15 313 10 147 5 360 7 707 8 154 6 762

5 000– 21 304 39 989 42 250 23 500 26 683 26 053 26 250 12 625 10 000 5 118

250 609 792 088 500 125 813 – 10 268 10 268 5 360

458 935 250 955 531 458 926 – 5 926 5 926 5 360

INCOME TYPE IN 1989
Households With earnings Mean earnings (dollars) With wage or salary income Mean wage or salary income (dollars) With nonfarm self-employment income Mean nonfarm self-employment income (dollars) With farm self-employment income Mean farm self-employment income (dollars) With interest, dividend, or net rental income Mean interest, dividend, or net rental income (dollars) With Social Security income Mean Social Security income (dollars) With public assistance income Mean public assistance income (dollars) With retirement income Mean retirement income (dollars) With other income Mean other income (dollars) 701 306 486 267 719 234 15 172 26 10 020 783 7 608 503 6 397 372 3 920 295 8 593 309 6 112 3 3 33 3 32 1 1 29 1 28 474 274 476 265 898 104 8 538 4 27 000 204 2 804 235 5 060 239 4 254 130 7 628 152 6 191 2 1 36 1 35 089 909 170 879 726 112 15 763 22 6 933 576 9 337 245 7 743 122 3 175 149 9 124 150 6 288 138 123 33 368 123 26 076 18 49 830 – – 3 2 260 23 5 711 11 4 931 16 11 487 7 643 505 471 33 127 448 32 420 54 19 338 8 4 295 93 6 025 82 7 562 46 4 289 62 10 252 46 1 606 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 193 843 078 798 643 184 13 480 27 9 992 653 8 756 425 6 583 335 3 964 204 6 739 224 5 266 3 2 34 2 33 1 1 28 1 27 249 079 264 070 631 89 9 254 4 27 000 122 2 712 186 5 020 230 4 405 67 3 859 105 6 214 1 1 37 1 37 944 764 634 728 365 95 17 439 23 7 034 531 10 145 239 7 799 105 2 998 137 8 148 119 4 429 1 013 934 31 503 917 29 754 104 20 330 7 3 586 223 3 585 160 6 501 83 3 947 153 11 736 131 5 977 430 396 29 948 386 28 316 35 26 453 2 1 800 80 5 871 78 7 673 46 4 289 58 10 835 41 1 772

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 97.

Income in 1989 of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Households, Families, and Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

INCOME IN 1989
Households Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Families Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Married-couple families Less than $15,000 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 or more Female householder, no husband present Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Males 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Females 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Per capita income (dollars) Persons in households (dollars) Persons in group quarters (dollars) 337 907 753 517 279 172 060 827 653 169 959 378 855 169 541 474 084 983 526 454 387 237 070 840 075 363 657 332 374 516 833 979 647 682 1 094 2 685 5 132 1 739 140 391 26 189 58.9 32 497 141 173 13 119 37.6 21 871 18 113 18 535 6 108 145 3 7 8 20 23 31 30 11 8 38 46 99 1 1 3 11 14 23 26 10 7 46 53 84 3 7 11 20 24 16 11 21 643 894 2 139 1 731 3 546 3 385 4 155 3 384 1 158 1 251 32 022 42 134 11 083 195 319 589 1 463 1 596 2 624 2 535 827 935 42 342 53 557 8 802 617 970 1 066 2 192 2 280 1 677 1 796 120 90 196 371 814 205 18 130 23 086 57.1 30 531 19 516 14 101 36.3 22 130 19 890 20 646 7 759 115 2 4 6 15 18 25 26 10 6 40 48 83 686 457 852 048 245 373 353 403 212 743 982 128 274 850 1 065 2 537 8 504 12 251 19 612 22 987 9 333 6 135 47 279 54 902 70 850 2 429 5 932 9 333 17 023 21 332 14 801 9 345 442 514 789 2 049 4 056 1 495 115 206 26 981 59.5 33 522 113 831 13 256 38.1 22 042 18 159 18 549 4 990 8 008 556 762 738 1 488 1 414 1 552 1 040 283 175 27 993 32 565 5 498 124 157 348 1 117 1 136 1 290 932 227 167 33 585 38 334 4 423 317 755 933 1 159 904 355 838 85 78 109 265 262 39 7 055 20 501 52.7 27 115 7 826 10 454 32.3 17 118 13 343 13 483 10 934 719 085 046 991 794 124 628 294 445 312 550 735 345 874 1 452 2 876 7 766 8 300 10 292 8 509 2 209 2 067 36 027 44 155 38 851 3 414 6 410 7 319 9 456 8 103 4 149 3 962 343 462 603 994 1 251 309 56 923 21 106 56.4 26 679 52 405 10 596 36.0 17 358 15 317 15 375 10 950 57 2 4 4 10 10 11 9 2 2 31 39 44 2 116 63 74 212 365 333 406 369 146 148 35 293 46 839 1 746 37 17 108 293 307 370 347 127 140 38 511 51 187 1 590 142 247 266 343 332 260 73 – – 9 14 43 7 2 284 21 481 62.7 26 938 1 906 10 823 39.3 16 176 16 311 16 311 – 591 301 575 087 425 647 048 315 560 633 866 100 636 034 219 728 259 239 054 093 331 679 906 783 358 667 344 903 061 154 229 696 532 544 886 2 280 4 716 1 738 131 619 27 221 59.0 34 101 130 715 13 616 38.0 22 324 19 056 19 473 6 199 134 3 6 7 17 20 29 30 11 8 40 49 93 1 1 2 9 13 22 26 10 7 47 56 79 2 6 9 19 24 17 10 14 802 725 1 681 1 166 2 381 2 165 2 753 2 222 758 951 31 103 42 673 6 706 118 216 352 951 887 1 544 1 483 479 676 42 217 56 299 5 057 364 604 536 1 194 1 276 1 083 1 299 82 61 121 272 594 169 11 273 24 270 54.5 31 931 12 951 15 136 36.5 24 560 21 907 22 465 7 808 119 2 4 5 15 18 26 28 10 7 41 49 86 789 576 894 921 044 482 295 093 802 682 822 894 930 916 1 003 2 376 8 308 12 352 20 510 24 610 9 852 7 003 48 361 56 821 74 301 2 303 5 740 9 367 17 867 22 878 16 146 9 397 450 483 765 2 008 4 122 1 569 120 346 27 504 59.4 34 286 117 764 13 456 38.2 22 194 18 795 19 202 6 018 68 2 5 6 13 12 13 9 2 1 29 35 50 1 1 3 9 10 11 8 2 1 34 39 43 4 7 8 10 8 3 5 465 691 224 421 648 649 640 806 538 848 765 427 564 009 774 622 591 044 764 870 265 625 191 896 568 110 723 748 769 465 753 245 458 600 811 1 399 1 667 310 65 695 20 137 56.4 25 404 62 863 10 483 35.3 17 029 13 861 13 978 8 416 692 894 790 592 852 028 761 925 632 218 449 847 758 768 1 374 2 666 7 089 7 422 8 629 6 276 1 475 1 059 33 618 38 915 31 985 3 202 5 851 6 589 7 903 5 979 2 461 3 477 299 437 541 905 1 090 205 46 972 20 023 55.5 25 126 44 080 10 209 35.6 16 731 13 620 13 675 6 684 48 1 3 4 9 9 9 6 1 1 29 34 36

MEDIAN INCOME IN 1989 BY SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS
Family type and presence of own children: Families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Married-couple families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Female householder, no husband present (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Workers in family in 1989: No workers (dollars) 1 worker (dollars) 2 or more workers (dollars) Husband and wife worked (dollars) Nonfamily households (dollars) Male householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) Female householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) 46 45 41 49 50 43 27 22 14 23 34 53 54 23 30 27 15 19 17 11 070 946 973 451 251 566 889 127 803 652 045 026 919 339 151 299 494 061 357 077 42 43 42 46 47 45 26 20 13 20 30 50 53 21 30 27 14 17 15 10 342 160 713 935 825 028 845 134 804 398 703 893 898 753 175 070 531 221 862 375 47 46 42 50 51 43 29 23 16 24 35 54 55 24 30 27 16 20 18 12 279 905 346 601 067 793 011 422 480 922 205 063 768 796 569 789 706 527 885 007 33 34 33 36 40 35 19 14 5 19 23 41 44 12 20 19 10 9 9 7 585 976 320 727 231 926 977 069 330 437 931 684 211 261 625 688 658 615 181 488 36 37 34 37 40 35 19 14 10 18 26 43 45 16 21 19 13 11 10 8 027 496 083 963 718 686 973 622 386 351 686 540 038 160 849 940 735 849 758 575 38 45 34 40 46 36 33 13 20 28 45 46 14 26 24 22 11 11 10 511 385 453 618 106 389 403 750 – 179 929 027 649 853 625 271 132 463 543 781 47 47 44 51 51 45 29 23 16 24 35 54 56 24 30 28 15 19 18 11 906 706 324 271 826 981 234 682 429 116 696 832 520 414 949 159 764 764 056 493 42 44 44 47 48 47 27 22 14 18 30 52 56 21 31 28 12 16 15 10 217 177 185 646 996 231 133 434 722 750 607 708 197 994 256 377 794 982 772 010 48 48 44 51 51 45 29 23 16 24 36 54 56 24 30 28 16 20 18 11 361 046 333 481 952 809 528 797 705 804 006 962 544 852 867 122 687 338 669 947 34 35 31 36 38 32 19 14 10 18 25 41 42 16 21 20 13 12 11 8 191 325 377 307 857 889 716 758 161 443 022 263 481 295 948 112 775 303 257 629 33 35 31 35 38 33 19 14 9 17 24 40 41 15 21 19 13 11 10 8 618 249 646 517 311 254 282 463 686 910 545 982 977 644 184 176 491 502 459 413

INCOME TYPE IN 1989
Households With earnings Mean earnings (dollars) With wage or salary income Mean wage or salary income (dollars) With nonfarm self-employment income Mean nonfarm self-employment income (dollars) With farm self-employment income Mean farm self-employment income (dollars) With interest, dividend, or net rental income Mean interest, dividend, or net rental income (dollars) With Social Security income Mean Social Security income (dollars) With public assistance income Mean public assistance income (dollars) With retirement income Mean retirement income (dollars) With other income Mean other income (dollars) 145 121 46 118 44 14 18 337 157 102 725 756 633 262 762 6 181 77 239 5 38 8 4 4 28 10 13 4 841 432 497 393 358 367 504 903 320 643 145 152 690 433 221 616 176 7 256 11 528 7 471 7 246 7 909 919 4 602 4 637 9 124 1 895 4 804 21 16 44 15 42 2 20 115 99 47 97 45 11 17 686 230 095 443 805 743 599 534 5 836 62 505 5 28 8 3 4 21 10 11 4 521 367 715 002 462 937 970 202 307 008 782 507 592 980 669 22 090 52 6 091 3 206 6 231 2 819 7 813 472 3 224 1 793 8 381 806 3 368 8 5 34 5 32 57 46 38 44 36 7 22 2 13 22 8 18 8 2 4 12 10 5 4 719 154 954 025 318 319 833 380 389 306 601 061 112 414 152 383 101 080 358 2 1 40 1 33 20 1 16 1 116 903 023 500 246 436 584 053 449 068 134 113 48 110 46 13 19 591 118 365 819 835 731 970 935 7 018 73 007 6 35 8 3 4 25 10 12 4 672 309 599 650 520 795 617 509 509 14 10 46 10 45 1 23 802 545 761 230 000 371 210 114 8 082 7 831 8 030 5 390 7 852 676 4 288 3 046 8 033 1 199 4 995 119 102 48 100 47 12 19 789 573 530 589 021 360 611 821 6 870 65 176 6 29 8 2 4 22 10 11 4 509 919 734 974 572 749 963 310 458 68 54 35 51 33 8 19 2 13 26 5 21 7 3 4 14 9 6 3 465 193 290 931 165 221 479 207 599 538 876 184 998 157 013 955 977 474 984 48 38 34 36 32 6 18 2 14 17 5 15 8 2 4 10 9 4 4 692 379 881 554 635 148 940 093 010 397 772 749 059 220 097 617 833 202 103

13 604 690 7 252 35 4 886 318 8 922 88 4 603

96

DELAWARE

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP210 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 16/ 93 1:04 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA10. 08/ 06/ 93 19:40:58 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 96 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 06/ 93 19:41:32 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 06/ 93 19:41:33 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES10. 08/ 06/ 93 19:54:22

Table 98.

Poverty Status in 1989 of White Families and Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

ALL INCOME LEVELS IN 1989
Families In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is determined Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Persons for whom poverty status is determined Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years 101 82 48 21 84 64 5 3 3 16 85 3 23 85 39 18 71 56 72 13 2 18 12 6 1 9 6 9 2 075 611 317 415 392 744 854 512 345 473 289 125 292 008 972 803 875 290 766 715 016 791 171 498 943 175 098 573 211 978 3 486 618 788 650 544 500 603 213 642 205 378 11 8 4 1 8 6 391 861 586 994 997 667 693 478 404 510 341 557 226 017 569 668 340 592 650 869 403 296 856 883 267 252 803 343 514 117 724 343 640 135 320 810 766 782 012 947 496 84 69 41 18 71 54 4 2 2 12 71 2 18 71 34 16 61 47 61 10 1 15 9 5 1 7 4 7 1 154 603 113 294 117 792 823 910 662 834 433 321 665 540 513 290 080 995 475 887 470 339 473 084 462 305 888 532 539 771 2 563 176 632 300 774 110 073 955 832 443 574 5 4 2 1 4 3 530 147 618 127 278 285 338 124 279 129 515 247 401 451 890 845 455 703 641 959 143 156 842 531 214 618 407 698 158 90 199 099 516 215 450 580 764 476 798 815 308 44 39 20 8 35 26 3 1 8 32 1 12 39 17 7 31 23 28 7 1 10 3 2 2 1 2 1 17 13 10 5 150 114 21 35 12 25 607 148 342 561 048 175 266 686 356 390 697 721 083 071 360 562 068 456 877 384 132 305 990 192 696 769 843 861 787 483 353 922 407 344 928 571 858 275 482 327 335 1 746 1 559 714 273 1 528 1 144 160 8 18 369 1 209 31 503 1 590 677 255 1 401 1 041 1 121 334 31 434 73 19 8 57 48 49 9 – 21 460 370 322 212 057 500 880 557 389 249 94 79 44 19 79 60 5 3 2 15 79 2 21 80 37 17 68 53 68 12 1 17 10 5 1 8 5 8 2 653 663 978 778 212 896 200 353 636 440 353 647 956 129 681 585 026 287 073 779 710 706 872 617 583 090 460 537 127 817 3 309 260 242 933 623 814 225 411 320 429 449 6 5 2 1 5 3 891 479 572 162 240 833 368 373 157 815 305 363 178 166 895 963 089 096 137 293 248 452 359 611 166 884 584 932 425 87 569 168 168 149 431 354 935 595 404 661 986 87 74 42 18 73 57 4 2 2 13 74 2 19 74 35 16 63 50 63 11 1 16 9 5 1 7 4 7 1 762 184 406 616 972 063 832 980 479 625 048 284 778 963 786 622 937 191 936 486 462 254 513 006 417 206 876 605 702 730 2 740 092 074 784 192 460 290 816 916 768 463 51 42 23 10 40 30 3 2 9 38 2 13 43 19 8 34 26 33 8 1 11 5 3 1 3 2 3 1 23 17 12 7 175 133 25 41 15 29 029 096 681 198 228 023 920 845 065 423 633 199 419 950 651 780 917 459 570 320 438 390 289 073 056 854 481 897 871 644 530 280 953 061 849 257 236 077 804 103 264 36 32 16 7 28 21 2 1 7 26 1 10 32 14 6 25 18 23 6 1 8 3 1 2 1 2 1 15 11 9 5 124 95 18 29 10 20 965 179 677 039 656 112 925 528 261 272 597 583 386 150 030 143 123 697 298 480 025 909 505 980 636 499 650 487 609 472 121 609 961 136 290 951 709 537 069 152 680

2 9 3 9 3 1 7 5 7 1 2 1 1 1

1 4 1 4 1 3 2 3 1

1 5 2 5 1 4 3 4 1 1 1

61 45 23 15 369 284 46 84 31 58

13 10 5 4 45 37 8 8 2 5

45 32 17 9 304 232 33 71 26 49

3 2 1 1 19 14 3 4 1 3

6 4 1 1

56 41 21 13 344 266 42 78 28 54

10 8 4 3 29 24 6 4 1 2

46 33 17 10 315 241 35 73 26 51

INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL
Families Percent below poverty level In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Unrelated individuals Percent below poverty level Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Mean income deficit (dollars) Persons Percent below poverty level Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years Persons below 125 percent of poverty level Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 2 775 2.7 1 306 1 905 1 098 1 408 331 529 163 397 414 1 613 567 541 4 735 1 326 689 475 712 232 794 277 167 327 4 121 1 330 1 127 582 631 78 771 117 392 186 5 390 10 156 16.5 5 461 1 803 2 639 3 121 18 785 5.1 14 660 3 328 3 925 1 890 2 292 26 549 56 965 479 4.2 230 269 139 203 62 102 11 79 123 247 107 146 4 105 242 88 43 108 43 128 74 42 76 3 841 214 167 87 81 5 119 40 65 61 4 653 1 875 14.1 1 240 447 768 3 097 3 248 7.1 2 705 953 526 232 303 4 654 9 674 2 048 2.4 1 004 1 445 841 1 062 242 390 142 250 271 1 208 372 373 4 804 981 554 404 547 180 596 183 101 229 4 130 974 819 405 464 55 567 77 263 125 5 475 7 415 16.4 3 591 1 143 1 410 3 189 13 901 4.6 10 735 1 871 2 998 1 436 1 785 19 481 41 733 248 4.5 72 191 118 143 27 37 10 68 20 158 88 22 5 387 103 47 28 57 9 70 20 24 22 4 697 142 141 90 86 18 85 – 64 – 5 914 866 27.9 630 213 461 2 595 1 636 8.4 1 220 504 401 222 204 2 414 5 558 2 274 5.1 1 445 1 492 750 1 147 376 372 51 144 365 1 202 383 564 4 834 1 353 693 410 677 262 648 281 95 391 4 576 750 681 299 377 87 463 73 249 151 5 107 3 590 20.0 2 135 1 503 1 318 2 992 10 926 7.3 7 508 1 924 3 218 1 189 2 232 16 405 36 121 78 4.5 55 60 34 55 35 6 – – 10 34 – 8 8 363 72 54 34 49 29 28 10 – 8 8 348 – – – – – – – – – – 91 19.8 54 43 47 2 717 544 9.0 298 67 246 47 206 776 1 579 2 360 2.5 1 198 1 581 898 1 176 258 417 168 290 375 1 400 402 493 4 857 1 135 599 415 623 189 713 228 105 282 4 349 1 101 910 450 494 60 630 127 297 189 5 340 9 188 16.3 4 761 1 638 2 197 3 170 16 449 4.8 13 047 2 796 3 174 1 512 1 882 22 512 47 205 320 4.6 157 172 81 140 43 52 11 49 106 139 78 116 3 361 150 42 20 70 29 64 61 26 57 2 532 152 121 52 61 5 75 36 52 50 4 325 1 546 15.2 1 082 417 681 3 028 2 391 8.1 2 083 828 297 113 184 3 339 6 627 2 040 2.3 1 041 1 409 817 1 036 215 365 157 241 269 1 261 324 377 5 092 985 557 395 553 160 649 167 79 225 4 626 949 789 398 433 55 555 91 245 139 5 502 7 642 16.6 3 679 1 221 1 516 3 199 14 058 4.5 10 964 1 968 2 877 1 399 1 698 19 173 40 578 2 689 5.3 1 553 1 816 950 1 379 449 484 46 251 404 1 415 548 612 4 712 1 544 783 470 766 305 729 330 157 436 4 352 979 898 431 514 105 604 63 344 148 5 230 4 558 19.6 2 835 1 668 1 760 2 920 13 262 7.6 9 121 2 456 3 969 1 567 2 642 20 442 45 881 2 077 5.6 1 305 1 394 700 1 067 353 363 36 130 334 1 063 383 519 4 719 1 252 654 378 621 239 573 267 95 365 4 520 686 632 284 363 87 418 56 249 134 4 885 3 179 20.4 1 980 1 392 1 195 2 922 9 918 7.9 6 767 1 750 3 009 1 099 2 100 14 983 32 898

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP210 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 16/ 93 1:04 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA10. 08/ 06/ 93 19:40:58 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 97 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 06/ 93 19:41:32 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 06/ 93 19:41:33 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES10. 08/ 06/ 93 19:54:22

DELAWARE 97

Table 99.

Poverty Status in 1989 of Black Families and Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

ALL INCOME LEVELS IN 1989
Families In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is determined Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Persons for whom poverty status is determined Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years 21 10 14 6 17 11 1 1 2 14 3 3 10 6 2 9 6 7 1 2 9 7 2 6 4 6 2 1 12 8 2 2 85 58 6 27 9 19 699 528 555 079 219 680 971 716 478 379 988 424 796 757 472 683 052 592 671 397 643 174 326 069 931 835 154 221 827 677 377 779 053 819 097 764 191 206 442 497 507 10 5 6 2 8 5 1 1 6 2 2 4 2 1 3 2 2 1 5 3 1 3 2 3 1 618 213 984 796 001 287 077 266 584 433 766 062 190 543 599 014 612 599 930 731 424 140 216 869 516 705 191 290 563 576 889 006 411 579 483 648 798 843 764 642 876 9 4 6 2 8 5 599 770 529 840 273 867 748 431 742 738 489 938 222 629 525 534 017 744 485 522 180 827 306 572 141 669 714 495 200 716 330 1 482 545 1 042 443 945 526 146 19 152 208 733 424 384 585 348 135 423 249 256 144 39 207 804 628 274 461 249 436 64 385 158 872 571 251 219 920 774 617 136 722 514 5 3 3 1 3 2 179 813 153 271 913 640 547 60 257 823 537 904 242 987 621 649 315 700 436 510 335 766 767 252 523 240 711 908 257 537 382 103 82 69 37 88 45 – – – 27 20 38 21 79 55 31 64 36 14 17 21 11 16 8 6 16 6 6 10 14 10 9 9 4 4 346 233 48 113 43 78 17 9 11 4 13 9 1 1 2 12 2 3 8 5 2 7 5 6 1 1 7 5 2 5 3 5 1 1 10 6 2 1 69 48 5 21 7 15 450 088 394 695 937 534 607 624 037 043 073 535 128 624 000 073 188 252 074 214 518 820 469 566 270 621 491 077 703 919 115 863 740 426 828 797 188 266 496 340 327 8 4 5 2 6 4 711 517 633 255 474 250 897 202 405 277 358 743 895 541 958 772 732 939 149 652 362 980 430 245 271 159 901 751 508 325 784 074 767 399 353 499 077 390 344 743 169 8 4 5 2 7 5 739 571 761 440 463 284 710 422 632 766 715 792 233 083 042 301 456 313 925 562 156 840 039 321 999 462 590 326 195 594 331 9 5 6 2 7 4 428 253 314 655 195 786 911 152 698 159 452 793 910 120 093 259 179 040 033 693 460 120 624 755 184 454 374 052 381 295 644 881 182 519 070 234 440 147 765 396 195 4 3 3 1 3 2 869 547 001 211 671 475 528 49 257 756 366 877 186 791 525 612 162 576 333 471 317 732 670 205 500 164 670 840 231 528 364

7 1 5 3 1 5 3 4

2 1 2 1 2 1 1

1 5 1 1 3 1 2 1 2

6 1 5 3 1 4 3 3

1 5 1 1 5 3 1 4 3 3 1 3 2 1 2 1 2 1

2 1 2 1 2 1 1

3 2 1 2 1 2

1 1 1

4 3 1 3 1 2 1

3 2 2 1 2

1 1 1

7 4 1 1 43 29 3 13 4 9

4 901 3 071 989 395 36 196 24 619 1 746 11 542 4 133 8 117

5 3 2 1

2 965 1 869 1 126 801 21 267 14 437 2 207 6 819 2 239 5 015

6 3 1 1 36 25 3 11 3 8

4 789 2 973 1 027 475 33 298 23 111 1 876 10 152 3 597 7 158

4 3 1 1 37 24 3 12 4 9

2 647 1 700 1 008 676 19 872 13 366 2 000 6 495 2 165 4 759

INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL
Families Percent below poverty level In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Unrelated individuals Percent below poverty level Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Mean income deficit (dollars) Persons Percent below poverty level Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years Persons below 125 percent of poverty level Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 4 154 19.1 818 3 582 1 803 2 002 546 557 63 641 373 2 122 1 935 550 5 584 632 406 169 254 99 299 136 171 203 5 226 3 240 2 951 1 502 1 600 383 1 710 185 1 729 303 5 757 3 696 28.9 2 170 616 1 040 3 186 18 520 21.6 10 096 1 597 8 308 3 171 5 656 23 589 37 099 2 397 22.6 426 2 030 910 1 099 311 393 35 311 228 1 180 1 140 364 5 416 368 229 96 128 58 159 64 123 148 5 120 1 914 1 727 770 927 237 976 117 1 007 186 5 569 2 435 34.8 1 502 359 702 3 209 11 234 25.7 6 339 1 047 4 824 1 685 3 422 14 127 21 524 1 262 13.1 296 1 128 655 720 204 111 28 229 108 752 522 105 5 852 221 143 65 108 41 140 63 38 46 5 265 915 875 529 530 115 544 40 459 45 6 219 851 17.4 403 175 208 3 392 5 268 14.6 2 645 370 2 588 1 123 1 659 6 782 11 646 495 33.4 96 424 238 183 31 53 – 101 37 190 273 81 5 718 43 34 8 18 – – 9 10 9 5 925 411 349 203 143 31 190 28 263 72 5 609 410 47.0 265 82 130 2 624 2 018 34.1 1 112 180 896 363 575 2 680 3 929 1 023 19.8 484 765 450 479 126 190 11 139 191 402 435 260 5 277 295 129 71 100 45 72 113 86 134 3 797 647 572 347 335 72 307 67 347 103 5 885 1 129 38.1 745 429 463 2 920 5 045 23.7 2 869 762 2 165 939 1 409 6 476 11 134 22 21.4 13 17 9 9 – – – – 5 8 13 5 7 327 22 17 9 9 – 8 5 13 5 7 327 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 84 24.3 46 9 38 19 27 123 144 2 972 17.0 635 2 513 1 228 1 427 374 442 58 406 283 1 530 1 337 415 5 550 485 274 81 166 50 216 110 135 177 5 214 2 282 2 085 1 067 1 156 267 1 215 138 1 167 209 5 758 2 996 27.6 1 716 520 877 3 340 13 725 19.7 7 673 1 302 5 954 2 183 4 109 17 459 28 294 1 912 21.9 372 1 601 720 869 240 339 28 228 176 916 898 307 5 323 288 162 57 91 38 118 50 103 129 5 030 1 535 1 385 632 748 186 767 91 785 160 5 465 2 113 34.8 1 284 302 638 3 265 9 165 25.1 5 276 909 3 826 1 299 2 722 11 618 18 145 1 060 12.1 263 912 508 558 134 103 30 178 107 614 439 108 5 960 197 112 24 75 12 98 60 32 48 5 482 747 700 435 408 81 448 47 382 49 6 359 883 18.4 432 218 239 3 520 4 560 13.7 2 397 393 2 128 884 1 387 5 841 10 149 2 205 23.4 667 1 834 1 025 1 054 298 305 16 374 281 994 1 033 395 5 488 442 261 159 188 94 155 139 122 160 4 285 1 605 1 438 782 779 188 802 114 909 197 5 809 1 829 37.5 1 199 525 626 2 769 9 840 26.4 5 292 1 057 4 519 1 927 2 956 12 606 19 939 987 20.3 448 748 449 476 126 189 9 139 174 399 430 241 5 301 272 118 71 100 45 72 103 84 124 3 627 636 568 346 332 72 304 60 344 96 5 936 981 37.1 658 368 408 2 811 4 758 23.9 2 651 685 2 096 936 1 343 6 148 10 655

98

DELAWARE

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP210 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 16/ 93 1:04 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA10. 08/ 06/ 93 19:40:58 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 98 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 06/ 93 19:41:32 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 06/ 93 19:41:33 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES10. 08/ 06/ 93 19:54:22

Table 100.

Poverty Status in 1989 of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Families and Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

ALL INCOME LEVELS IN 1989
Families In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is determined Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Persons for whom poverty status is determined Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years 316 176 135 31 253 202 36 9 16 43 272 27 75 222 62 15 181 141 207 24 6 49 72 66 16 50 39 52 6 21 6 185 102 42 20 902 792 87 100 12 90 73 24 47 16 57 51 6 – 16 – 59 15 6 38 12 – 38 38 38 – – – 35 35 16 19 13 21 – 15 6 67 52 36 14 201 171 14 30 5 25 223 132 88 15 183 138 30 9 – 23 193 12 49 177 50 15 143 103 162 17 6 42 37 31 – 31 26 31 6 6 – 118 50 6 6 641 561 41 70 7 65 20 20 – – 13 13 – – – 20 20 – 20 7 – – – – 7 7 – 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – 60 60 32 – – – 379 302 184 103 289 206 58 3 13 77 169 32 102 274 112 63 217 145 124 66 5 89 88 64 40 61 50 43 5 25 7 230 131 115 52 1 231 969 194 262 101 178 20 20 6 – 20 6 – – – 14 6 – 14 20 6 – 20 6 6 14 – 14 – – – – – – – – – 12 – – – 56 56 29 – – – 248 140 116 28 202 157 37 9 9 23 204 21 49 185 61 19 154 114 165 17 6 42 54 48 9 39 34 39 6 15 – 135 70 29 15 716 622 38 84 12 74 24 7 24 9 15 15 – – 9 – 15 9 – 7 7 – 7 7 7 – – – 17 17 9 8 8 8 – 9 – 30 23 23 9 90 74 9 16 5 11 224 133 92 19 187 142 37 9 – 23 189 12 49 178 54 19 147 107 158 17 6 42 37 31 – 31 26 31 6 6 – 105 47 6 6 626 548 29 68 7 63 447 338 203 106 340 251 57 3 20 97 237 38 128 311 113 59 244 172 166 73 5 96 106 82 47 72 55 56 5 31 13 280 163 128 57 1 417 1 139 243 278 101 194 367 295 172 96 277 194 51 3 13 77 162 32 102 262 100 56 205 133 117 66 5 89 88 64 40 61 50 43 5 25 7 225 131 115 52 1 166 909 194 257 101 173

INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL
Families Percent below poverty level In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Unrelated individuals Percent below poverty level Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Mean income deficit (dollars) Persons Percent below poverty level Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years Persons below 125 percent of poverty level Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 21 6.6 7 21 16 5 – 5 – 16 – 12 9 – 5 098 – – – – – – – – – – 21 21 16 5 – 12 – 9 – 5 098 34 18.4 9 – – 4 232 75 8.3 53 – 12 – 12 125 278 16 21.9 7 16 16 – – – – 16 – 7 9 – 4 583 – – – – – – – – – – 16 16 16 – – 7 – 9 – 4 583 16 23.9 9 – – 4 102 40 19.9 32 – 8 – 8 59 72 5 2.2 – 5 – 5 – 5 – – – 5 – – 6 747 – – – – – – – – – – 5 5 – 5 – 5 – – – 6 747 18 15.3 – – – 4 349 35 5.5 21 – 4 – 4 66 206 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 51 13.5 25 43 32 33 11 3 3 13 8 28 9 2 6 310 24 16 11 16 5 16 8 – – 4 585 27 27 21 17 6 12 – 9 2 7 844 71 30.9 35 31 23 3 289 215 17.5 157 38 58 19 39 344 600 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 12 100.0 – – – 4 451 12 21.4 12 – – – – 12 32 14 5.6 – 14 9 5 – 5 – 9 – 5 9 – 5 860 – – – – – – – – – – 14 14 9 5 – 5 – 9 – 5 860 25 18.5 – – – 4 545 51 7.1 37 – 4 – 4 74 229 9 37.5 – 9 9 – – – – 9 – – 9 – 5 367 – – – – – – – – – – 9 9 9 – – – – 9 – 5 367 7 23.3 – – – 5 051 16 17.8 16 – – – – 16 16 5 2.2 – 5 – 5 – 5 – – – 5 – – 6 747 – – – – – – – – – – 5 5 – 5 – 5 – – – 6 747 18 17.1 – – – 4 349 35 5.6 21 – 4 – 4 58 213 58 13.0 32 50 39 33 11 3 3 20 8 35 9 2 5 980 24 16 11 16 5 16 8 – – 4 585 34 34 28 17 6 19 – 9 2 6 965 80 28.6 44 31 23 3 298 239 16.9 173 38 66 19 47 395 649 51 13.9 25 43 32 33 11 3 3 13 8 28 9 2 6 310 24 16 11 16 5 16 8 – – 4 585 27 27 21 17 6 12 – 9 2 7 844 71 31.6 35 31 23 3 289 215 18.4 157 38 58 19 39 344 574

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 101.

Poverty Status in 1989 of Asian or Pacific Islander Families and Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

ALL INCOME LEVELS IN 1989
Families In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is determined Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Persons for whom poverty status is determined Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years 1 743 1 261 1 104 512 1 588 1 163 44 1 575 9 84 1 607 66 135 1 523 1 000 494 1 402 1 015 1 420 68 46 100 163 88 12 138 110 138 16 20 25 1 102 539 172 26 7 437 5 553 212 1 864 784 1 196 185 113 94 54 152 114 6 158 – 20 158 19 13 158 85 54 136 105 142 15 14 13 20 9 – 9 2 9 5 5 – 99 45 7 6 791 591 46 192 88 132 1 517 1 118 975 435 1 407 1 020 38 1 376 9 64 1 408 47 110 1 324 880 417 1 237 881 1 237 53 32 75 143 79 12 129 108 129 11 15 25 981 488 165 14 466 825 160 629 687 030 41 30 35 23 29 29 – 41 – – 41 – 12 41 35 23 29 29 41 – – 12 – – – – – – – – – 22 6 – 6 180 137 6 43 9 34 222 177 182 70 202 154 – 193 2 17 199 7 22 194 162 64 182 142 173 7 7 16 12 12 6 12 12 12 – – 6 54 20 7 10 1 204 819 52 383 89 299 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 21 15 – 6 – 6 1 579 1 153 1 024 457 1 450 1 036 31 1 456 9 74 1 467 68 107 1 392 928 439 1 286 903 1 301 63 53 87 130 80 12 116 95 117 11 15 10 987 484 139 14 704 909 185 783 725 164 70 33 42 18 63 41 – 70 – 7 63 14 9 54 33 18 47 32 47 7 14 9 9 9 – 9 2 9 – – – 34 22 – – 332 245 18 87 45 66 1 509 1 120 982 439 1 387 995 31 1 386 9 67 1 404 54 98 1 338 895 421 1 239 871 1 254 56 39 78 121 71 12 107 93 108 11 15 10 953 462 139 14 372 664 167 696 680 098 386 285 262 125 340 281 13 312 2 27 339 5 50 325 234 119 298 254 292 12 – 29 45 20 6 34 27 33 5 5 21 169 75 40 22 1 937 1 463 79 464 148 331 157 112 128 43 149 117 – 128 2 10 141 – 15 129 108 37 129 105 115 – – 9 12 12 6 12 12 12 – – 6 54 20 7 10 857 615 39 240 65 180

6 4 1 1

6 4 1 1

6 4 1 1

INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL
Families Percent below poverty level In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Unrelated individuals Percent below poverty level Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Mean income deficit (dollars) Persons Percent below poverty level Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years Persons below 125 percent of poverty level Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 102 5.9 16 60 32 36 3 – 102 9 16 83 20 – 3 704 74 46 28 26 – 67 11 15 – 3 387 19 14 4 10 3 7 5 5 – 6 141 436 39.6 166 20 6 4 766 686 9.2 611 22 55 26 29 887 1 701 19 10.3 – 7 – 7 – – 19 – 12 7 12 – 3 515 7 – – – – – 7 7 – 1 435 12 7 – 7 – 7 5 5 – 4 729 35 35.4 27 – 6 1 892 71 9.0 58 18 5 – 5 71 158 71 4.7 4 41 20 29 3 – 71 9 4 64 8 – 3 505 55 34 16 26 – 55 4 8 – 3 243 7 7 4 3 3 – – – – 8 561 395 40.3 139 20 – 4 995 578 8.9 525 4 41 17 24 768 1 484 12 29.3 12 12 12 – – – 12 – – 12 – – 5 181 12 12 12 – – 12 – – – 5 181 – – – – – – – – – – 6 27.3 – – – 6 451 37 20.6 28 – 9 9 – 48 59 14 6.3 6 14 3 6 3 – 6 – 8 14 – 3 5 623 6 6 3 6 3 6 – – 3 5 989 – – – – – – – – – – 19 35.2 – – – 5 346 141 11.7 67 14 72 29 46 182 291 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 85 5.4 4 48 20 36 3 – 85 9 11 71 15 – 3 404 62 34 16 26 – 55 11 15 – 3 039 14 14 4 10 3 7 – – – 6 454 404 40.9 148 14 – 4 849 627 9.4 554 11 61 17 44 785 1 506 14 20.0 – 7 – 7 – – 14 – 7 7 7 – 2 891 7 – – – – – 7 7 – 1 435 7 7 – 7 – 7 – – – 4 347 15 44.1 15 – – 1 647 40 12.0 35 7 5 – 5 40 113 71 4.7 4 41 20 29 3 – 71 9 4 64 8 – 3 505 55 34 16 26 – 55 4 8 – 3 243 7 7 4 3 3 – – – – 8 561 389 40.8 133 14 – 4 973 587 9.2 519 4 56 17 39 745 1 393 31 8.0 18 26 15 6 3 – 23 – 13 26 5 3 5 394 18 18 15 6 3 18 – – 3 5 450 5 – – – – – 5 5 – 5 263 51 30.2 18 6 6 4 323 200 10.3 124 25 66 38 31 284 486 14 8.9 6 14 3 6 3 – 6 – 8 14 – 3 5 623 6 6 3 6 3 6 – – 3 5 989 – – – – – – – – – – 19 35.2 – – – 5 346 126 14.7 67 14 57 29 31 167 205

100

DELAWARE

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 102.

Poverty Status in 1989 of Hispanic Origin Families and Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

ALL INCOME LEVELS IN 1989
Families In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is determined Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Persons for whom poverty status is determined Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years 3 1 2 1 2 1 003 421 113 002 543 876 237 722 355 152 819 318 420 091 452 748 885 415 409 87 139 235 648 508 204 437 296 302 52 163 131 1 229 634 936 425 964 692 115 140 103 54 527 205 190 758 568 279 676 500 406 11 63 68 330 278 114 181 115 62 30 126 94 662 245 75 46 440 380 149 052 565 558 1 666 755 1 103 534 1 478 1 106 122 539 247 91 1 242 108 213 1 256 823 426 1 135 855 962 73 71 154 305 217 90 247 181 231 18 37 33 923 423 154 60 490 283 211 196 889 444 108 32 74 43 101 78 – 43 5 7 50 5 17 77 61 43 74 60 41 3 5 13 13 13 – 9 – 9 4 – 4 51 30 18 – 565 361 7 204 77 141 430 301 324 111 390 268 40 136 20 24 276 40 59 326 227 65 301 229 234 24 11 39 69 67 31 57 23 30 – 27 13 315 75 17 12 2 028 1 321 73 707 206 552 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 556 1 264 1 817 831 2 180 1 587 208 644 287 134 1 471 296 348 1 754 1 223 594 1 618 1 196 1 128 73 117 185 590 450 196 393 278 269 48 163 117 1 506 637 210 106 10 656 6 889 329 3 757 1 299 2 644 1 026 511 832 361 819 583 106 101 74 43 354 205 141 600 492 224 566 417 259 – 63 29 311 259 114 172 115 62 30 126 84 587 223 58 46 752 885 118 867 528 410 1 530 753 985 470 1 361 1 004 102 543 213 91 1 117 91 207 1 154 731 370 1 052 779 869 73 54 156 279 191 82 221 163 207 18 37 33 919 414 152 60 904 004 211 890 771 234 877 458 620 282 753 557 69 214 88 42 624 62 131 663 456 219 568 448 515 38 33 89 127 125 39 101 41 63 4 27 27 445 136 54 12 867 456 111 402 438 051 361 250 262 89 321 218 40 97 20 24 212 40 55 257 165 43 232 179 170 24 11 35 69 67 31 57 23 30 – 27 13 269 69 17 12 1 751 1 111 71 640 176 509

1 2 1 1 1 1

1 636 698 247 106 12 495 8 024 367 4 452 1 531 3 143

5 3 2 1

6 4 2 1

4 2 1 1

5 4 1 1

3 2 1 1

INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL
Families Percent below poverty level In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Unrelated individuals Percent below poverty level Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Mean income deficit (dollars) Persons Percent below poverty level Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years Persons below 125 percent of poverty level Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 494 16.5 97 467 266 287 125 84 76 98 10 168 142 40 5 177 201 182 138 153 94 71 – 13 9 4 065 255 247 120 116 25 94 10 129 19 6 220 458 28.0 163 31 27 3 774 2 249 18.0 1 218 42 1 016 390 671 2 976 5 608 295 24.0 70 287 154 180 85 52 – 50 – 70 105 27 4 691 107 107 74 98 63 28 – 13 9 3 083 153 145 72 64 16 42 – 92 9 5 893 174 26.3 70 8 9 4 651 1 255 23.1 611 14 636 220 442 1 563 2 991 183 11.0 27 164 105 91 33 32 76 45 10 86 37 13 5 836 87 68 57 48 24 40 – – – 5 464 93 93 48 43 9 43 10 37 10 6 350 272 29.5 81 23 18 3 310 902 13.9 559 28 336 157 195 1 216 2 284 16 14.8 – 16 7 16 7 – – 3 – 12 – – 6 600 7 7 7 7 7 3 – – – 1 690 9 9 – 9 – 9 – – – 10 419 12 23.5 12 – – 1 561 92 16.3 48 – 44 13 34 197 333 103 24.0 35 91 48 88 25 9 32 10 1 31 36 8 4 850 39 30 17 39 11 14 1 9 3 6 465 46 46 16 34 6 9 – 27 5 4 187 117 37.1 28 8 12 3 693 547 27.0 281 13 266 56 220 671 1 101 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 454 17.8 90 427 235 247 101 84 84 76 10 139 142 40 5 102 178 159 115 130 70 59 – 13 9 4 273 238 230 112 99 25 77 10 129 19 5 888 452 30.0 157 31 27 3 772 2 052 19.3 1 157 42 889 333 586 2 560 4 698 280 27.3 70 272 139 165 70 52 – 35 – 55 105 27 4 780 92 92 59 83 48 13 – 13 9 3 094 153 145 72 64 16 42 – 92 9 5 893 154 26.2 70 8 9 5 019 1 191 25.1 573 14 618 202 442 1 485 2 736 174 11.4 20 155 96 82 31 32 84 41 10 84 37 13 5 618 86 67 56 47 22 46 – – – 5 535 85 85 40 35 9 35 10 37 10 5 878 298 32.4 87 23 18 3 128 861 14.6 584 28 271 131 144 1 075 1 962 143 16.3 42 131 79 128 49 9 24 32 1 60 36 8 5 180 62 53 40 62 35 26 1 9 3 4 978 63 63 24 51 6 26 – 27 5 5 989 123 27.6 34 8 12 3 702 744 19.2 342 13 393 113 305 1 087 2 011 95 26.3 35 83 40 80 25 9 24 10 1 23 36 8 4 564 31 22 9 31 11 6 1 9 3 6 005 46 46 16 34 6 9 – 27 5 4 187 90 33.5 22 8 12 4 377 483 27.6 227 13 256 46 220 602 1 026

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 103.

Poverty Status in 1989 of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Families and Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

ALL INCOME LEVELS IN 1989
Families In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is determined Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Persons for whom poverty status is determined Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years 99 81 49 21 84 64 5 4 3 15 85 3 22 83 39 18 70 55 71 13 2 18 13 7 2 10 6 10 2 1 3 59 43 22 14 364 281 44 83 30 57 855 694 793 532 842 954 725 426 399 911 456 575 656 628 903 296 780 519 416 193 035 214 798 881 529 603 993 889 208 403 461 480 888 457 409 662 259 408 148 761 309 11 8 5 2 9 6 083 636 292 196 435 947 712 450 438 356 518 769 037 836 715 635 261 573 352 734 417 204 412 391 496 735 051 759 525 332 684 301 846 595 779 393 666 053 699 883 235 83 68 41 18 71 54 4 3 2 12 71 2 18 70 34 15 60 47 60 10 1 14 10 5 1 8 5 8 1 274 853 719 158 098 645 707 840 699 436 357 509 163 349 280 816 108 236 455 515 482 828 381 853 804 182 449 340 520 924 2 559 248 685 750 297 831 884 006 738 085 816 5 4 2 1 4 3 498 108 777 183 221 264 327 143 290 186 458 325 498 340 875 839 298 577 477 000 140 213 053 679 256 711 514 806 174 171 229 997 409 143 345 449 720 428 711 793 258 44 38 20 8 34 25 3 1 8 31 1 11 38 17 7 30 22 27 7 1 10 4 2 3 2 3 1 17 13 10 5 149 114 21 35 12 25 345 598 542 706 634 762 316 719 430 253 894 981 848 156 083 427 226 811 867 173 180 012 524 607 927 153 062 053 842 696 403 826 408 281 933 550 261 087 080 191 035 1 746 1 573 747 303 1 547 1 125 156 8 18 394 1 165 67 515 1 586 700 279 1 400 1 017 1 071 349 50 436 85 23 14 69 50 55 19 14 31 454 352 299 199 070 528 892 542 389 234 93 78 46 19 79 61 5 4 2 14 79 2 21 78 37 17 67 52 66 12 1 17 12 6 2 9 6 9 2 1 3 54 39 20 12 340 263 40 77 28 53 636 751 065 889 470 001 146 206 713 897 515 946 285 933 604 250 016 527 985 329 753 145 050 674 045 235 210 587 072 076 228 462 674 991 792 684 247 931 192 053 671 6 5 3 1 5 4 706 475 131 341 657 071 373 307 188 707 545 502 050 137 067 976 071 053 985 212 282 416 755 945 330 263 798 252 428 209 529 150 353 593 921 264 065 963 177 591 817 86 73 42 18 73 56 4 3 2 13 74 2 19 73 35 16 62 49 63 11 1 15 10 5 1 7 5 8 1 930 416 972 586 868 903 751 900 544 224 024 413 274 892 592 315 991 493 034 130 477 771 318 703 711 981 374 360 671 830 2 702 190 199 357 790 404 159 921 015 462 854 50 41 24 10 39 29 3 2 9 37 2 13 42 19 8 33 25 32 8 1 11 6 3 1 4 2 4 1 1 22 17 11 7 173 132 24 41 14 28 564 451 238 344 962 730 925 937 107 316 776 607 272 819 332 524 949 737 248 104 453 148 239 848 375 519 893 367 959 042 628 925 689 774 592 535 287 655 036 899 673 36 31 16 7 28 20 2 1 7 26 1 10 31 13 6 24 18 22 6 1 8 4 2 2 1 2 1 15 11 8 5 124 95 18 28 10 20 758 841 896 231 574 976 972 535 352 220 017 837 263 565 785 080 607 299 510 357 075 732 021 392 848 891 888 684 666 681 171 411 832 959 176 140 283 325 677 039 374

2 9 3 8 3 1 7 5 7 1 2 2 1 1 1 1

1 4 1 4 1 3 2 3 1 1 1

1 5 2 5 2 4 3 3 1 1 1 1 1

12 9 4 3 44 36 8 7 2 5

44 31 16 9 300 229 33 70 26 48

2 2 1 1 19 14 3 4 1 3

6 4 1 1

9 7 3 2 28 24 5 4 1 2

45 32 17 9 312 239 34 73 26 50

INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL
Families Percent below poverty level In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Unrelated individuals Percent below poverty level Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Mean income deficit (dollars) Persons Percent below poverty level Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years Persons below 125 percent of poverty level Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 3 454 3.4 1 451 2 514 1 355 1 756 418 477 221 568 450 1 959 860 566 5 047 1 342 683 414 654 203 783 312 200 347 4 258 1 871 1 620 829 964 170 1 052 120 636 184 5 649 10 049 16.9 5 389 1 793 2 519 3 165 19 103 5.2 15 162 3 240 3 726 1 800 2 180 26 669 56 640 701 6.0 287 471 205 325 76 126 29 122 135 397 204 180 4 885 268 99 36 98 41 118 83 60 111 3 755 403 342 152 205 20 262 44 144 61 5 739 1 805 14.7 1 227 421 664 3 071 3 341 7.5 2 826 857 498 213 294 4 675 9 304 2 333 2.8 1 041 1 702 969 1 232 303 323 174 377 292 1 361 495 350 4 988 945 518 337 484 160 585 212 115 215 4 339 1 207 1 033 564 640 113 672 70 356 108 5 607 7 418 16.8 3 563 1 198 1 431 3 259 13 999 4.7 10 978 1 913 2 838 1 373 1 688 19 546 41 699 382 6.8 116 312 184 154 32 44 12 69 30 180 164 37 5 621 112 60 41 61 2 69 17 25 15 4 922 240 222 116 85 30 108 13 139 22 5 503 836 27.9 595 185 399 2 589 1 735 8.9 1 330 452 390 214 198 2 473 5 634 2 601 5.9 1 633 1 730 910 1 272 391 383 51 228 461 1 319 532 634 4 981 1 429 716 418 669 267 642 330 128 418 4 462 959 865 433 483 92 563 108 365 180 5 670 3 698 20.7 2 278 1 570 1 403 3 005 11 288 7.5 7 983 2 105 3 127 1 170 2 158 16 693 36 291 94 5.3 68 77 43 64 35 6 – – 15 42 13 13 8 035 88 71 43 58 29 36 15 13 13 8 000 – – – – – – – – – – 103 22.7 54 43 47 2 919 572 9.4 326 72 246 47 206 807 1 622 2 736 2.9 1 259 1 905 1 015 1 358 318 404 220 423 395 1 596 577 493 4 933 1 136 577 336 541 170 676 261 143 291 4 343 1 401 1 181 614 700 115 796 129 418 186 5 462 9 157 16.8 4 766 1 716 2 185 3 227 16 537 4.9 13 335 2 800 2 987 1 417 1 790 22 453 46 918 476 6.5 207 292 116 244 50 63 35 80 106 257 119 146 4 218 189 48 13 66 22 74 65 44 88 2 826 269 226 93 168 18 173 33 75 50 5 252 1 456 15.9 1 013 375 597 3 019 2 400 8.5 2 125 740 264 89 175 3 282 6 265 2 288 2.6 1 079 1 611 891 1 135 255 325 191 350 292 1 354 434 364 5 203 967 528 323 479 141 606 196 99 219 4 717 1 137 951 518 554 91 639 91 319 129 5 673 7 649 16.9 3 701 1 318 1 558 3 276 14 113 4.5 11 186 2 033 2 723 1 328 1 615 19 145 40 626 3 234 6.4 1 765 2 280 1 211 1 592 494 490 40 359 521 1 666 839 706 5 020 1 609 815 496 773 315 748 389 185 473 4 257 1 384 1 266 615 684 135 804 104 607 186 5 825 4 623 20.2 2 920 1 663 1 749 2 912 13 802 8.0 9 758 2 562 3 866 1 553 2 548 20 864 45 942 2 368 6.4 1 443 1 605 853 1 190 376 385 31 214 416 1 195 526 581 4 898 1 308 666 394 616 247 578 309 123 387 4 411 885 806 409 470 97 520 84 364 160 5 493 3 259 21.1 2 058 1 403 1 237 2 929 10 245 8.3 7 168 1 874 2 928 1 090 2 026 15 218 32 956

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Table 104.

Selected Characteristics of White Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Persons 60 to 64 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 65 to 74 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 75 years and over In households In group quarters Nursing homes 17 252 17 136 116 73 29 901 29 377 524 403 19 259 16 693 2 566 2 518 2 054 2 000 54 38 4 892 4 789 103 82 4 555 3 949 606 583 14 191 14 157 34 17 22 896 22 585 311 211 12 557 11 271 1 286 1 265 1 007 979 28 18 2 113 2 003 110 110 2 147 1 473 674 670 8 973 8 921 52 17 14 243 14 122 121 97 7 860 7 153 707 699 478 478 – – 584 584 – – 296 296 – – 16 359 16 255 104 42 27 474 27 094 380 259 17 042 15 174 1 868 1 824 1 376 1 335 41 25 3 512 3 443 69 48 3 478 3 108 370 347 14 983 14 920 63 17 23 962 23 651 311 211 13 564 12 066 1 498 1 477 9 866 9 802 64 48 16 670 16 405 265 241 10 077 8 672 1 405 1 393 7 679 7 656 23 17 12 483 12 362 121 97 6 670 6 175 495 487

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 60 to 64 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 65 to 74 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 75 years and over Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher 17 1 3 6 2 3 29 3 6 9 5 5 19 4 4 4 2 2 252 102 426 011 981 732 901 348 267 616 385 285 259 696 504 789 923 347 2 054 116 370 743 300 525 4 892 642 1 237 1 559 793 661 4 555 1 188 1 144 1 098 621 504 14 191 893 2 809 4 953 2 467 3 069 22 896 2 456 4 576 7 262 4 188 4 414 12 557 2 966 2 785 3 139 2 021 1 646 1 007 93 247 315 214 138 2 113 250 454 795 404 210 2 147 542 575 552 281 197 8 1 2 3 1 1 14 2 3 4 2 1 7 2 1 1 973 189 313 126 214 131 243 310 412 872 099 550 860 504 994 644 925 793 478 68 120 226 37 27 584 107 206 206 30 35 296 136 57 49 54 – 16 1 3 5 2 3 27 3 5 8 4 5 17 4 3 4 2 2 359 042 378 533 708 698 474 096 857 580 753 188 042 178 883 233 545 203 1 376 101 289 478 180 328 3 512 497 984 1 092 498 441 3 478 955 911 795 434 383 14 983 941 3 089 5 055 2 528 3 370 23 962 2 599 4 873 7 488 4 255 4 747 13 564 3 223 2 972 3 438 2 111 1 820 9 1 2 3 1 1 16 2 3 5 2 1 10 3 2 2 1 866 249 361 604 487 165 670 562 822 908 731 647 077 022 615 200 303 937 7 1 1 2 1 12 2 3 4 1 1 6 2 1 1 679 095 938 829 052 765 483 022 006 403 903 149 670 227 720 310 807 606

INCOME AND POVERTY STATUS IN 1989
Married-couple families, householder 60 to 64 years Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 60 to 64 years living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 65 to 74 years Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 65 to 74 years living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 75 years and over Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 75 years and over living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level 6 702 78 97 219 703 1 006 1 357 3 242 2.4 2 485 267 267 378 714 372 487 13.1 10 198 61 205 638 2 137 2 098 2 323 2 736 1.8 7 201 678 1 861 1 320 1 809 782 751 13.9 3 517 65 121 366 1 007 627 582 749 2.7 7 302 964 2 644 1 327 1 042 527 798 19.1 596 7 20 46 40 73 99 311 5.0 512 63 51 46 121 81 150 15.0 1 238 24 44 81 306 210 264 309 4.0 1 830 175 539 317 413 163 223 16.8 631 12 37 84 192 86 118 102 3.8 2 246 263 913 386 320 155 209 17.7 5 714 68 73 143 634 859 1 183 2 754 2.2 1 795 147 195 285 572 284 312 10.4 8 295 37 161 470 1 608 1 715 1 958 2 346 1.6 4 738 382 1 131 864 1 306 572 483 11.3 2 592 41 61 254 681 468 462 625 2.1 4 271 494 1 400 856 659 349 513 16.5 392 3 4 30 29 74 75 177 1.8 178 57 21 47 21 7 25 34.8 665 – – 87 223 173 101 81 .5 633 121 191 139 90 47 45 25.4 294 12 23 28 134 73 2 22 5.8 785 207 331 85 63 23 76 36.8 3 634 94 169 294 703 746 783 845 5.6 997 108 196 168 254 120 151 19.3 5 541 66 229 666 1 625 1 311 808 836 3.4 2 730 310 805 670 615 163 167 16.9 1 843 15 166 353 569 226 286 228 4.9 2 639 469 1 138 415 338 132 147 25.9 195 6 2 21 27 44 56 39 4.1 37 8 – 7 6 – 16 21.6 261 – 10 14 69 52 48 68 3.8 91 2 14 50 19 3 3 4.4 73 – – 13 14 32 6 8 – 101 22 31 12 20 4 12 29.7 6 346 66 88 168 659 917 1 293 3 155 2.3 2 288 190 255 330 681 359 473 10.6 9 480 51 175 582 1 902 1 906 2 118 2 746 1.5 6 310 545 1 613 1 124 1 664 674 690 13.0 3 299 53 101 357 906 540 584 758 2.5 6 306 775 2 212 1 170 976 441 732 18.0 299 7 15 17 19 13 46 182 7.4 427 47 36 33 101 71 139 14.3 797 17 39 75 200 142 143 181 5.4 1 438 152 459 228 304 126 169 19.3 496 12 31 76 155 72 70 80 3.6 1 834 224 744 305 268 104 189 19.0 6 047 59 73 151 640 904 1 247 2 973 2.0 1 861 143 219 297 580 288 334 9.8 8 683 34 136 507 1 702 1 764 1 975 2 565 1.2 4 872 393 1 154 896 1 360 548 521 11.2 2 803 41 70 281 751 468 514 678 2.3 4 472 551 1 468 865 708 337 543 17.5 3 990 106 178 345 747 835 847 932 5.5 1 194 185 208 216 287 133 165 22.9 6 259 76 259 722 1 860 1 503 1 013 826 3.6 3 621 443 1 053 866 760 271 228 17.7 2 061 27 186 362 670 313 284 219 5.0 3 635 658 1 570 572 404 218 213 25.9 3 077 94 161 276 662 665 652 567 6.3 901 108 172 148 235 111 127 21.3 4 868 66 218 617 1 496 1 165 737 569 3.8 2 458 280 743 622 545 152 116 17.5 1 612 15 155 317 502 220 229 174 5.0 2 393 430 1 060 380 285 129 109 26.3

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 105.

Selected Characteristics of Black Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Persons 60 to 64 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 65 to 74 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 75 years and over In households In group quarters Nursing homes 2 515 2 472 43 7 4 102 4 007 95 68 2 405 2 147 258 206 1 523 1 495 28 – 2 490 2 479 11 5 1 464 1 335 129 106 789 781 8 – 1 132 1 098 34 22 658 625 33 4 203 196 7 7 480 430 50 41 283 187 96 96 875 868 7 7 1 513 1 473 40 26 760 734 26 22 17 17 – – 32 32 – – 16 16 – – 2 136 2 100 36 – 3 461 3 421 40 22 1 932 1 793 139 87 1 330 1 302 28 – 2 213 2 207 6 – 1 260 1 154 106 83 806 798 8 – 1 248 1 214 34 22 672 639 33 4 1 254 1 240 14 14 2 154 2 059 95 72 1 233 1 088 145 141 811 804 7 7 1 355 1 315 40 26 711 685 26 22

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 60 to 64 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 65 to 74 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 75 years and over Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher 2 515 533 964 676 202 140 4 102 1 183 1 564 954 176 225 2 405 1 047 666 423 117 152 1 523 349 614 384 80 96 2 490 757 950 540 111 132 1 464 625 373 316 74 76 789 139 243 272 107 28 1 132 241 407 345 59 80 658 299 180 89 35 55 203 45 107 20 15 16 480 185 207 69 6 13 283 123 113 18 8 21 875 372 257 136 55 55 1 513 744 510 159 61 39 760 607 96 37 17 3 17 7 – – – 10 32 32 – – – – 16 12 – 4 – – 2 136 444 818 629 153 92 3 461 980 1 294 856 167 164 1 932 809 514 395 93 121 1 330 293 577 336 51 73 2 213 668 849 505 106 85 1 260 497 323 300 74 66 806 151 241 293 102 19 1 248 312 445 351 61 79 672 312 191 95 19 55 1 254 461 403 183 104 103 2 154 947 780 257 70 100 1 233 845 248 65 41 34 811 331 249 121 55 55 1 355 683 459 125 55 33 711 570 96 25 17 3

INCOME AND POVERTY STATUS IN 1989
Married-couple families, householder 60 to 64 years Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 60 to 64 years living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 65 to 74 years Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 65 to 74 years living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 75 years and over Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 75 years and over living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level 532 12 6 44 96 82 153 139 3.4 563 230 131 54 65 44 39 48.1 988 35 83 101 265 185 158 161 10.7 983 310 418 139 87 23 6 44.4 409 12 37 97 101 74 69 19 7.3 649 275 238 94 42 – – 51.8 273 12 6 28 34 48 55 90 6.6 396 175 106 25 39 34 17 50.8 511 12 45 52 138 67 92 105 8.8 737 232 317 112 64 6 6 42.2 220 7 22 47 56 43 33 12 8.6 437 193 170 40 34 – – 52.2 218 – – 11 49 34 89 35 – 126 46 5 29 14 10 22 36.5 371 23 29 28 87 85 66 53 14.0 152 44 51 24 16 17 – 46.7 151 5 12 39 45 10 33 7 7.3 151 49 60 34 8 – – 44.4 41 – – 5 13 – 9 14 – 41 9 20 – 12 – – 58.5 106 – 9 21 40 33 – 3 8.5 94 34 50 3 7 – – 57.4 38 – 3 11 – 21 3 – – 61 33 8 20 – – – 67.2 222 8 19 17 57 43 38 40 8.1 129 57 31 15 23 – 3 61.2 344 17 83 63 98 40 17 26 14.8 433 189 164 36 37 – 7 53.1 166 16 58 19 45 19 7 2 37.3 242 139 78 14 – 11 – 63.6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 17 – 17 – – – – – 29.4 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 4 – – 4 – – – – 448 10 – 34 76 56 145 127 3.6 457 190 103 54 41 36 33 47.3 844 43 64 77 232 148 150 130 9.2 874 279 362 134 73 20 6 42.8 370 12 36 78 94 72 71 7 8.6 550 218 214 76 42 – – 48.7 221 8 – 23 28 35 43 84 6.3 339 152 98 25 27 26 11 52.5 455 12 40 39 129 67 86 82 6.8 668 204 291 97 64 6 6 40.6 197 7 22 41 51 43 33 – 9.6 391 169 153 35 34 – – 52.2 227 2 – 11 48 21 102 43 .9 118 38 5 29 14 10 22 32.2 389 31 24 38 103 81 64 48 12.1 206 75 71 37 9 14 – 50.0 173 5 14 37 43 29 38 7 7.5 159 49 61 41 8 – – 40.3 306 10 25 27 77 69 46 52 6.5 235 97 59 15 47 8 9 57.0 488 9 102 87 131 77 25 57 16.2 542 220 220 41 51 3 7 53.9 205 16 59 38 52 21 5 14 29.3 341 196 102 32 – 11 – 65.1 205 6 19 17 57 43 23 40 7.8 121 49 31 15 23 – 3 58.7 317 9 75 63 93 40 17 20 13.6 353 153 133 23 37 – 7 54.1 154 16 56 19 45 11 5 2 39.0 225 135 72 7 – 11 – 66.7

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Table 106.

Selected Characteristics of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Persons 60 to 64 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 65 to 74 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 75 years and over In households In group quarters Nursing homes 45 45 – – 69 69 – – 18 18 – – 12 12 – – 14 14 – – – – – – 24 24 – – 29 29 – – 12 12 – – 9 9 – – 26 26 – – 6 6 – – 58 58 – – 105 105 – – 89 89 – – 9 9 – – 14 14 – – 15 15 – – 30 30 – – 26 26 – – 12 12 – – 6 6 – – 9 9 – – – – – – 24 24 – – 17 17 – – 12 12 – – 73 73 – – 148 148 – – 95 95 – – 58 58 – – 105 105 – – 89 89 – –

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 60 to 64 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 65 to 74 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 75 years and over Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher 45 9 12 – – 24 69 – 21 6 5 37 18 12 6 – – – 12 – 12 – – – 14 – 9 – 5 – – – – – – – 24 – – – – 24 29 – 12 – – 17 12 6 6 – – – 9 9 – – – – 26 – – 6 – 20 6 6 – – – – 58 29 14 15 – – 105 55 35 4 2 9 89 41 40 8 – – 9 – 9 – – – 14 14 – – – – 15 – 7 8 – – 30 – 6 – – 24 26 – 9 – – 17 12 6 6 – – – 6 – 6 – – – 9 – 9 – – – – – – – – – 24 – – – – 24 17 – – – – 17 12 6 6 – – – 73 38 20 15 – – 148 55 47 10 7 29 95 47 40 8 – – 58 29 14 15 – – 105 55 35 4 2 9 89 41 40 8 – –

INCOME AND POVERTY STATUS IN 1989
Married-couple families, householder 60 to 64 years Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 60 to 64 years living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 65 to 74 years Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 65 to 74 years living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 75 years and over Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 75 years and over living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level 24 – – – – 7 – 17 – – – – – – – – – 24 – – – 7 – – 17 – 14 – – – – 5 9 – – – – – – – – – – 6 – 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 14 – – – – 5 9 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 24 – – – – 7 – 17 – – – – – – – – – 17 – – – – – – 17 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6 – 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 – – – 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 18 – – 7 – 4 7 – – – – – – – – – – 37 – – 23 2 10 – 2 – 36 – 23 – 13 – – 19.4 29 8 – 8 – 13 – – 27.6 16 16 – – – – – 100.0 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 – – 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 – – – – 7 – – – – – – – – – – – 24 – – – – 7 – 17 – – – – – – – – – 17 – – – – – – 17 – 9 – – – – – 9 – – – – – – – – – – 6 – 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 9 – – – – – 9 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 24 – – – – 7 – 17 – – – – – – – – – 17 – – – – – – 17 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6 – 6 – – – – – 18 – – 7 – 4 7 – – – – – – – – – – 44 – – 23 9 10 – 2 – 41 – 23 – 13 5 – 17.1 29 8 – 8 – 13 – – 27.6 16 16 – – – – – 100.0 18 – – 7 – 4 7 – – – – – – – – – – 37 – – 23 2 10 – 2 – 36 – 23 – 13 – – 19.4 29 8 – 8 – 13 – – 27.6 16 16 – – – – – 100.0

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 107.

Selected Characteristics of Asian or Pacific Islander Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Persons 60 to 64 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 65 to 74 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 75 years and over In households In group quarters Nursing homes 161 161 – – 136 136 – – 76 76 – – 32 32 – – 32 32 – – 14 14 – – 119 119 – – 98 98 – – 62 62 – – 10 10 – – 6 6 – – – – – – 18 18 – – 50 50 – – 2 2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 123 123 – – 124 124 – – 61 61 – – 14 14 – – 15 15 – – 3 3 – – 109 109 – – 109 109 – – 58 58 – – 56 56 – – 62 62 – – 17 17 – – 15 15 – – 37 37 – – 2 2 – –

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 60 to 64 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 65 to 74 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 75 years and over Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher 161 20 21 2 11 107 136 24 8 28 26 50 76 19 3 8 15 31 32 6 8 – 11 7 32 7 8 – 9 8 14 5 3 – 6 – 119 14 13 2 – 90 98 17 – 28 11 42 62 14 – 8 9 31 10 – – – – 10 6 – – – 6 – – – – – – – 18 3 7 8 – – 50 23 3 21 – 3 2 – 2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 123 19 21 2 – 81 124 37 8 26 11 42 61 10 3 8 9 31 14 6 8 – – – 15 7 8 – – – 3 – 3 – – – 109 13 13 2 – 81 109 30 – 26 11 42 58 10 – 8 9 31 56 4 7 8 11 26 62 10 3 23 15 11 17 9 2 – 6 – 15 – 7 8 – – 37 10 3 21 – 3 2 – 2 – – –

INCOME AND POVERTY STATUS IN 1989
Married-couple families, householder 60 to 64 years Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 60 to 64 years living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 65 to 74 years Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 65 to 74 years living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 75 years and over Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 75 years and over living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level 63 – – – 6 – 22 35 – 7 – – – – 7 – – 64 4 7 7 – 10 4 32 17.2 6 – 6 – – – – – 4 – – – – – 4 – – 20 6 – – 9 5 – 30.0 11 – – – – – 11 – – 7 – – – – 7 – – 15 – 7 – – 4 4 – 46.7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6 6 – – – – – 100.0 52 – – – 6 – 11 35 – – – – – – – – – 49 4 – 7 – 6 – 32 8.2 – – – – – – – – 4 – – – – – 4 – – 14 – – – 9 5 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6 – 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 – – – – – 2 – – – – – – – – – – 7 – – – – 7 – – – 7 – – 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 48 – – – 6 – 11 31 – – – – – – – – – 63 4 7 7 – 13 – 32 17.5 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 14 – – – 9 5 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 – 7 – – – – – 100.0 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 48 – – – 6 – 11 31 – – – – – – – – – 56 4 – 7 – 13 – 32 7.1 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 14 – – – 9 5 – – 17 – – – – – 13 4 – 7 – – – – 7 – – 8 – – – – 4 4 – – 13 – 6 7 – – – – 4 – – – – – 4 – – 6 6 – – – – – 100.0 2 – – – – – 2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 – – 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

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Table 108.

Selected Characteristics of Hispanic Origin Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Persons 60 to 64 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 65 to 74 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 75 years and over In households In group quarters Nursing homes 206 206 – – 208 208 – – 159 159 – – 60 60 – – 83 83 – – 66 66 – – 125 125 – – 118 118 – – 93 93 – – 21 21 – – 7 7 – – – – – – 79 50 29 – 60 60 – – 13 13 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 196 167 29 – 176 176 – – 153 153 – – 47 47 – – 60 60 – – 58 58 – – 149 120 29 – 116 116 – – 95 95 – – 89 89 – – 92 92 – – 19 19 – – 45 45 – – 60 60 – – 11 11 – –

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 60 to 64 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 65 to 74 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 75 years and over Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher 206 42 30 50 49 35 208 96 32 34 21 25 159 74 31 20 8 26 60 21 14 12 13 – 83 65 11 – 7 – 66 37 14 8 – 7 125 21 12 38 29 25 118 27 21 34 14 22 93 37 17 12 8 19 21 – 4 – 7 10 7 4 – – – 3 – – – – – – 79 23 – 43 3 10 60 7 3 3 23 24 13 5 – 2 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 196 34 26 80 31 25 176 78 21 34 21 22 153 74 31 14 8 26 47 21 14 8 4 – 60 53 – – 7 – 58 37 14 – – 7 149 13 12 72 27 25 116 25 21 34 14 22 95 37 17 14 8 19 89 31 4 13 21 20 92 25 14 3 23 27 19 5 – 8 6 – 45 23 – 9 3 10 60 7 3 3 23 24 11 5 – – 6 –

INCOME AND POVERTY STATUS IN 1989
Married-couple families, householder 60 to 64 years Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 60 to 64 years living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 65 to 74 years Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 65 to 74 years living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 75 years and over Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 75 years and over living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level 68 – – – 13 9 4 42 – 32 15 – – 5 6 6 46.9 65 – – – 3 39 17 6 – 38 9 16 – – 13 – 23.7 22 – – – 9 – 3 10 – 50 5 38 – 7 – – 22.0 17 – – – 4 – 4 9 – 15 10 – – 5 – – 66.7 11 – – – – – 11 – – 19 3 16 – – – – 15.8 – – – – – – – – – 27 – 20 – 7 – – 22.2 44 – – – 9 2 – 33 – 17 5 – – – 6 6 29.4 51 – – – – 39 6 6 – 19 6 – – – 13 – 31.6 22 – – – 9 – 3 10 – 23 5 18 – – – – 21.7 7 – – – – 7 – – – – – – – – – – – 3 – – – 3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 18 – – 5 3 2 – 8 – 18 5 10 – 3 – – 50.0 18 – – 1 – 9 – 8 5.6 8 – 8 – – – – 100.0 6 – – – 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 51 – – 5 13 – – 33 – 32 15 – – 5 6 6 46.9 51 – – – – 39 6 6 – 38 9 16 – – 13 – 23.7 22 – – – 9 – 3 10 – 50 5 38 – 7 – – 22.0 4 – – – 4 – – – – 15 10 – – 5 – – 66.7 – – – – – – – – – 19 3 16 – – – – 15.8 – – – – – – – – – 27 – 20 – 7 – – 22.2 47 – – 5 9 – – 33 – 17 5 – – – 6 6 29.4 51 – – – – 39 6 6 – 19 6 – – – 13 – 31.6 22 – – – 9 – 3 10 – 23 5 18 – – – – 21.7 35 – – – 3 11 4 17 – 18 5 10 – 3 – – 50.0 32 – – 1 3 9 11 8 3.1 8 – 8 – – – – 100.0 6 – – – 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – 13 – – – 3 2 – 8 – 18 5 10 – 3 – – 50.0 18 – – 1 – 9 – 8 5.6 8 – 8 – – – – 100.0 6 – – – 6 – – – – – – – – – – – –

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 109.

Selected Characteristics of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Persons 60 to 64 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 65 to 74 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 75 years and over In households In group quarters Nursing homes 17 101 16 985 116 73 29 749 29 225 524 403 19 151 16 585 2 566 2 518 2 027 1 973 54 38 4 850 4 747 103 82 4 524 3 918 606 583 14 074 14 040 34 17 22 793 22 482 311 211 12 480 11 194 1 286 1 265 1 000 972 28 18 2 106 1 996 110 110 2 147 1 473 674 670 8 914 8 891 23 17 14 191 14 070 121 97 7 847 7 140 707 699 478 478 – – 584 584 – – 296 296 – – 16 204 16 129 75 42 27 352 26 972 380 259 16 940 15 072 1 868 1 824 1 362 1 321 41 25 3 493 3 424 69 48 3 455 3 085 370 347 14 842 14 808 34 17 23 859 23 548 311 211 13 485 11 987 1 498 1 477 9 811 9 747 64 48 16 588 16 323 265 241 10 058 8 653 1 405 1 393 7 654 7 631 23 17 12 431 12 310 121 97 6 659 6 164 495 487

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 60 to 64 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 65 to 74 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 75 years and over Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher 17 1 3 5 2 3 29 3 6 9 5 5 19 4 4 4 2 2 101 089 408 965 932 707 749 306 235 584 364 260 151 653 484 769 915 330 2 027 116 364 735 287 525 4 850 618 1 226 1 559 786 661 4 524 1 182 1 134 1 090 621 497 14 074 880 2 797 4 915 2 438 3 044 22 793 2 442 4 555 7 230 4 174 4 392 12 480 2 929 2 775 3 127 2 013 1 636 1 000 93 247 315 207 138 2 106 246 454 795 404 207 2 147 542 575 552 281 197 8 1 2 3 1 1 14 2 3 4 2 1 7 2 1 1 914 180 313 089 211 121 191 303 409 869 084 526 847 499 994 642 919 793 478 68 120 226 37 27 584 107 206 206 30 35 296 136 57 49 54 – 16 1 3 5 2 3 27 3 5 8 4 5 16 4 3 4 2 2 204 037 360 457 677 673 352 070 836 548 732 166 940 135 863 219 537 186 1 362 101 283 474 176 328 3 493 485 984 1 092 491 441 3 455 949 901 795 434 376 14 842 936 3 077 4 983 2 501 3 345 23 859 2 585 4 852 7 456 4 241 4 725 13 485 3 186 2 962 3 424 2 103 1 810 9 1 2 3 1 1 16 2 3 5 2 1 10 3 2 2 1 811 232 361 597 466 155 588 539 808 905 716 620 058 017 615 192 297 937 7 1 1 2 1 12 2 3 4 1 1 6 2 1 1 654 086 938 826 049 755 431 015 003 400 888 125 659 222 720 310 801 606

INCOME AND POVERTY STATUS IN 1989
Married-couple families, householder 60 to 64 years Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 60 to 64 years living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 65 to 74 years Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 65 to 74 years living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 75 years and over Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 75 years and over living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level 6 520 86 78 209 670 1 006 1 363 3 108 2.3 2 366 268 261 363 660 348 466 13.7 9 853 64 248 589 2 040 2 052 2 245 2 615 2.2 6 687 696 1 693 1 221 1 662 695 720 14.4 3 340 65 122 344 941 579 587 702 2.8 6 674 932 2 260 1 246 971 515 750 19.3 584 15 14 22 37 91 98 307 4.1 532 109 45 40 94 98 146 22.7 1 189 19 72 35 333 196 253 281 5.5 1 630 174 433 293 356 142 232 16.6 545 12 45 46 161 81 113 87 3.3 1 913 257 690 348 287 150 181 17.1 5 555 68 64 151 624 842 1 181 2 625 2.1 1 671 113 195 284 526 261 292 9.1 8 000 45 176 456 1 489 1 668 1 909 2 257 1.9 4 437 404 1 063 777 1 203 521 469 12.1 2 515 41 73 261 658 412 484 586 2.4 4 103 484 1 323 818 651 342 485 17.3 337 3 – 30 21 60 75 148 .9 165 52 21 39 21 7 25 34.5 697 – – 92 233 201 95 76 – 617 106 220 136 81 43 31 24.6 303 12 23 39 121 84 2 22 5.6 685 173 262 96 55 23 76 34.5 3 469 88 158 278 709 719 739 778 5.3 968 123 159 160 260 118 148 19.7 5 384 65 240 643 1 596 1 259 786 795 3.5 2 821 369 853 669 607 163 160 19.2 1 789 31 205 318 532 231 259 213 7.8 2 532 473 1 105 390 306 130 128 26.8 178 – 2 21 27 44 49 35 1.1 37 8 – 7 6 – 16 21.6 269 – 21 15 69 50 48 66 5.6 89 2 12 50 19 3 3 4.5 80 – – 13 14 39 6 8 – 90 22 31 16 17 4 – 33.3 6 184 76 73 164 645 917 1 281 3 028 2.2 2 191 203 249 323 613 349 454 11.6 9 181 62 195 544 1 839 1 858 2 051 2 632 1.9 5 955 605 1 484 1 048 1 526 605 687 14.4 3 148 53 118 327 839 512 595 704 2.7 5 822 753 1 928 1 083 940 434 684 18.2 311 15 9 7 22 31 26 201 9.6 465 86 30 33 101 75 140 21.1 787 12 62 29 236 144 147 157 6.7 1 254 162 336 221 263 100 172 20.1 425 12 39 38 132 67 72 65 2.8 1 507 218 523 262 225 104 175 19.2 5 893 61 64 157 629 893 1 255 2 834 2.0 1 754 120 219 302 531 268 314 9.1 8 407 50 141 509 1 612 1 720 1 912 2 463 1.5 4 650 441 1 108 832 1 263 497 509 12.4 2 723 41 79 280 721 445 518 639 2.7 4 288 537 1 393 821 690 330 517 18.2 3 847 98 170 325 741 820 830 863 5.0 1 096 178 171 188 266 133 160 22.9 6 099 75 285 696 1 801 1 465 973 804 3.9 3 578 450 1 097 828 730 261 212 18.9 2 005 43 228 348 617 292 258 219 7.4 3 400 637 1 447 557 362 211 186 26.0 2 983 94 142 265 663 652 634 533 5.8 876 119 140 140 241 109 127 21.9 4 770 57 232 609 1 472 1 104 724 572 3.8 2 460 309 747 603 534 152 115 19.5 1 587 31 197 290 469 218 208 174 7.9 2 276 430 1 023 351 257 127 88 27.3

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Table 110.

Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition for Selected Racial Groups: 1990

[Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
American Indian All Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian

AGE
All persons Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 29 years 30 to 34 years 35 to 39 years 40 to 44 years 45 to 49 years 50 to 54 years 55 to 59 years 60 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Median age 2 157 50 44 117 85 63 86 111 154 304 163 161 166 162 110 103 174 104 37.0 8 635 379 350 596 552 361 311 705 861 1 004 810 828 589 485 371 177 178 78 31.0 2 149 97 40 116 166 90 65 73 152 286 230 283 178 179 77 26 67 24 34.8 1 181 46 65 84 59 48 50 91 139 99 122 91 93 50 56 45 38 5 30.4 623 12 – 13 34 28 14 75 108 68 32 56 41 32 61 27 13 9 32.0 2 186 116 89 122 137 110 67 229 253 266 192 214 167 83 59 39 25 18 29.4

FERTILITY
Women 15 to 24 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 25 to 34 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 35 to 44 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women No children 1 child 2 children 3 children 4 children 5 or more children Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women 155 110 710 31 31 000 210 391 862 177 342 932 133 168 263 35 47 39 7 3 2 129 159 233 651 54 83 57 38 667 988 121 135 865 116 290 952 757 846 150 225 315 198 22 42 916 752 913 71 – – 5 – – 200 124 620 153 119 778 279 404 1 448 33 110 114 22 – – 272 404 1 485 118 30 254 16 16 000 185 224 211 181 224 238 139 200 439 48 33 20 25 13 – 124 195 573 73 – – 12 – – 96 98 021 69 98 420 68 115 691 23 9 2 34 – – 63 115 825 205 6 29 15 6 400 236 269 140 229 269 175 209 486 325 29 26 75 38 9 32 209 486 325

1

1

1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

1

1

1

2

1

1 1

1

1

2

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
All persons In households Family householder Male Female Nonfamily householder Male Female Spouse Child Other relatives Nonrelatives In group quarters Persons per household Persons per family 2 157 2 095 683 474 209 230 165 65 449 448 107 178 62 2.43 2.74 635 531 929 647 282 559 340 219 2 284 2 752 413 594 104 2.98 3.33 8 8 1 1 2 149 2 112 544 482 62 168 116 52 623 599 46 132 37 2.72 3.15 1 181 1 143 229 153 76 57 20 37 349 370 78 60 38 2.96 3.16 623 623 150 84 66 61 32 29 221 99 18 74 – 2.43 2.64 2 186 2 170 567 545 22 118 108 10 523 710 98 154 16 3.09 3.34

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN
Families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Married-couple families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Female householder, no husband present With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Subfamilies With own children under 18 years Married-couple subfamilies With own children under 18 years Mother-child subfamilies Persons under 18 years Percent living with two parents 683 277 116 493 171 70 151 99 46 53 41 12 – 41 359 57.1 1 929 1 244 599 1 697 1 136 583 167 92 10 113 38 89 14 22 2 238 89.1 544 355 113 516 355 113 20 – – 5 5 – – 5 509 96.1 229 151 108 153 104 92 59 41 10 11 5 6 – 5 302 79.5 150 56 20 106 45 20 35 11 – 6 – 6 – – 87 86.2 567 371 197 540 356 197 8 8 – 27 8 27 8 – 574 92.7

UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLDS
Total Male and female Both male Both female 52 52 – – 52 52 – – 6 6 – – 8 8 – – 26 26 – – 6 6 – –

SELECTED LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Households With one or more subfamilies With related members 15 years and over other than spouse, children, parents, or parents-in-law of householder With roomer, boarder, or foster child 15 years and over 913 27 44 6 2 488 84 150 29 712 – 28 8 286 6 21 13 211 – 13 – 685 20 33 7

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 110.

Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 Con.

[Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
Korean Vietnamese Laotian Thai All Pacific Islander Hawaiian

AGE
All persons Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 29 years 30 to 34 years 35 to 39 years 40 to 44 years 45 to 49 years 50 to 54 years 55 to 59 years 60 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Median age 1 324 76 122 145 60 33 60 94 100 163 122 67 63 90 64 33 19 13 28.6 432 30 10 40 34 19 8 31 44 62 55 31 5 27 36 – – – 30.0 144 – 5 8 11 11 25 14 9 21 4 6 19 6 – – 3 2 21.5 165 – – – 15 8 14 45 – – 21 46 16 – – – – – 35.1 135 6 22 – 15 7 – 18 – 14 – 30 3 2 8 2 8 – 24.9 64 – 22 – 6 – – 2 – 8 – 19 3 2 – 2 – – 31.3

FERTILITY
Women 15 to 24 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 25 to 34 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 35 to 44 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women No children 1 child 2 children 3 children 4 children 5 or more children Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women 59 14 237 7 14 000 149 262 758 138 262 899 125 218 744 15 18 76 16 – – 116 218 879 14 – – – – – 74 87 176 54 87 611 27 51 889 – 13 4 10 – – 27 51 889 31 2 65 2 2 1 000 13 28 2 154 13 28 2 154 – – – – – – – – – – – – 49 – – – – – – – – – – – 67 203 3 030 2 9 4 42 – 10 67 203 3 030 2 – – 2 – – 8 8 000 8 8 000 11 22 000 – – 11 – – – 11 22 000 – – – – – – 8 8 1 000 8 8 1 000 – – – – – – – – – – – –

2

1 1

1 1

1 1

1

1

2

1

1

2

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
All persons In households Family householder Male Female Nonfamily householder Male Female Spouse Child Other relatives Nonrelatives In group quarters Persons per household Persons per family 1 324 1 324 210 163 47 96 49 47 291 499 124 104 – 3.21 3.92 432 426 93 93 – 19 – 19 105 173 27 9 6 3.91 4.30 144 144 30 30 – 1 – 1 32 69 4 8 – 4.39 4.33 165 158 9 – 9 9 – 9 68 61 – 11 7 3.94 2.67 135 129 36 28 8 – – – 13 51 7 22 6 3.83 2.86 64 58 28 20 8 – – – 2 28 – – 6 2.93 2.93

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN
Families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Married-couple families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Female householder, no husband present With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Subfamilies With own children under 18 years Married-couple subfamilies With own children under 18 years Mother-child subfamilies Persons under 18 years Percent living with two parents 210 156 74 169 128 74 38 25 – 47 18 35 6 12 436 80.0 93 70 51 86 70 51 – – – 12 – 12 – – 133 100.0 30 28 4 28 28 4 – – – 2 2 – – – 35 94.3 9 7 – 2 – – 7 7 – – – – – – 23 13.0 36 21 15 20 13 7 8 8 8 6 6 – – – 50 68.0 28 21 15 20 13 7 8 8 8 – – – – – 28 67.9

UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLDS
Total Male and female Both male Both female 6 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 8 8 – – – – – –

SELECTED LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Households With one or more subfamilies With related members 15 years and over other than spouse, children, parents, or parents-in-law of householder With roomer, boarder, or foster child 15 years and over 306 41 16 – 112 11 25 – 31 3 2 1 18 – – – 36 8 8 8 28 – – –

110

DELAWARE

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 111.

Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability for Selected Racial Groups: 1990

[Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
American Indian All Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL
Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school Preprimary school Public school Elementary or high school Public school College Public college Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Persons 18 to 24 years Percent enrolled in college Persons 16 to 19 years Percent not enrolled, not high school graduate 383 10 10 266 243 107 76 383 – 191 59 59 18 21 35 197 24.4 121 16.5 197 57 73 9 1 601 18 293 302 509 260 58 1 73 87 727 17 89 154 264 100 39 1 45 18 1 601 1.1 61.7 29.9 10.0 248 85.5 6.0 210 85.7 7.1 2 063 107 24 83 – – 30 12 18 – – – 2 001 – – – – – 3 147 185 44 1 519 1 167 1 443 976 3 147 126 1 068 350 275 539 550 239 1 016 65.7 536 3.0 1 016 277 382 187 5 381 157 206 382 860 480 155 103 1 364 1 674 2 948 87 150 298 637 309 118 72 741 536 5 381 2.9 86.2 70.2 56.5 877 93.8 70.0 988 85.9 46.0 7 906 5 941 775 4 948 149 69 2 344 193 2 027 79 45 447 7 802 1 190 204 955 13 18 763 32 – 342 228 389 274 763 24 263 79 65 55 178 99 138 81.2 131 3.1 138 56 33 41 1 502 66 26 41 122 105 37 18 425 662 743 24 – 27 84 84 37 18 253 216 1 502 4.4 91.1 83.0 72.4 238 91.2 87.8 200 98.5 78.5 2 012 1 707 296 1 333 54 24 760 77 644 29 10 164 1 975 438 84 344 – 10 371 23 6 193 157 155 86 371 17 121 48 41 65 41 38 141 58.9 79 2.5 141 37 67 12 738 20 37 80 133 83 29 35 170 151 512 14 31 63 110 68 23 22 102 79 738 2.7 81.4 63.4 43.5 53 84.9 62.3 185 70.3 17.3 1 070 648 12 593 38 5 164 6 139 14 5 26 1 032 63 6 52 – 5 213 11 11 64 61 138 98 213 – 47 28 11 59 55 13 89 78.7 31 – 89 13 60 16 447 – 2 13 178 64 25 33 88 44 315 – 2 13 147 45 25 19 57 7 447 – 96.6 56.8 29.5 80 100.0 33.8 96 100.0 35.4 611 276 11 257 8 – 145 3 134 8 – 23 611 48 – 48 – – 853 58 9 349 271 446 275 853 32 243 110 63 190 163 52 296 76.0 142 – 296 107 73 88 1 316 12 64 44 70 68 36 17 384 621 570 12 57 36 30 30 18 13 179 195 1 316 .9 90.9 85.6 76.4 283 100.0 87.3 236 91.9 75.4 1 981 1 562 177 1 346 21 18 306 33 257 6 10 40 1 965 74 – 74 – –

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 18 to 24 years High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Females 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Persons 25 years and over less than 5th grade high school graduate or higher some college or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Males 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Females 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Persons 5 years and over Speak a language other than English 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Do not speak English " very well" 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN HOUSEHOLD
Linguistically isolated households Persons 5 years and over in households In linguistically isolated households 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over

DISABILITY STATUS OF CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
Persons 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Persons 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Persons 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation 1 511 75 54 12 39 251 92 146 1 260 1 059 174 37 15 32 104 32 32 20 6 321 196 63 22 176 173 60 94 6 148 4 384 178 48 37 18 78 18 13 13 1 615 29 14 8 23 39 22 10 1 576 1 183 67 10 6 4 24 – – – 842 33 6 – 33 36 14 16 806 622 38 12 12 7 5 5 – 5 520 20 13 – 12 20 – 20 500 255 13 – – – 9 5 5 – 1 633 13 4 4 13 20 4 16 1 613 1 108 25 19 12 7 18 – – –

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 111.

Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 Con.

[Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
Korean Vietnamese Laotian Thai All Pacific Islander Hawaiian

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL
Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school Preprimary school Public school Elementary or high school Public school College Public college Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Persons 18 to 24 years Percent enrolled in college Persons 16 to 19 years Percent not enrolled, not high school graduate 489 36 12 260 200 193 139 489 34 189 33 60 75 74 24 154 61.7 68 – 154 19 95 – 734 17 53 88 204 79 26 – 179 88 454 10 47 68 163 47 13 – 83 23 734 2.3 78.5 50.7 36.4 114 100.0 49.1 149 86.6 22.1 1 126 908 153 723 19 13 539 39 470 19 11 112 1 126 338 68 254 13 3 157 – – 101 74 56 44 157 – 74 19 8 22 27 7 39 56.4 14 – 39 – 23 8 260 – 9 58 71 59 – – 32 31 146 – 6 58 40 16 – – 26 – 260 – 74.2 46.9 24.2 32 100.0 – 74 60.8 27.0 392 329 54 275 – – 195 20 175 – – 56 386 167 34 133 – – 47 – – 47 47 – – 47 – 18 11 5 – 7 6 39 – 27 37.0 39 12 9 – 70 9 15 28 15 3 – – – – 25 6 7 9 3 – – – – – 70 12.9 25.7 4.3 – 17 58.8 – 13 – – 139 129 23 101 3 2 88 10 76 – 2 10 139 32 12 20 – – 60 – – 41 41 19 19 60 – 9 8 14 29 – – 59 32.2 22 – 59 19 16 – 83 18 – 24 28 2 – – 6 5 83 18 – 24 28 2 – – 6 5 83 21.7 49.4 15.7 13.3 – – – – – – 165 124 11 113 – – 63 – 63 – – – 158 – – – – – 32 9 – 15 15 8 8 32 9 8 7 – 2 6 – 18 11.1 7 – 18 2 16 – 67 3 – 8 35 13 – – 8 – 29 – – 8 13 – – – 8 – 67 4.5 83.6 31.3 11.9 6 100.0 – 8 100.0 100.0 107 29 – 21 8 – 8 – 8 – – – 101 – – – – – 17 9 – 6 6 2 2 17 9 6 – – 2 – – 2 100.0 – – 2 – 2 – 34 3 – – 16 7 – – 8 – 10 – – – 2 – – – 8 – 34 8.8 91.2 44.1 23.5 – – – 8 100.0 100.0 42 2 – 2 – – – – – – – – 36 – – – – –

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 18 to 24 years High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Females 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Persons 25 years and over less than 5th grade high school graduate or higher some college or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Males 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Females 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Persons 5 years and over Speak a language other than English 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Do not speak English " very well" 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN HOUSEHOLD
Linguistically isolated households Persons 5 years and over in households In linguistically isolated households 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over

DISABILITY STATUS OF CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
Persons 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Persons 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Persons 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation 864 54 10 10 54 32 20 12 832 584 19 7 7 – 13 8 8 8 305 28 6 – 22 16 – 10 289 241 – – – – – – – – 106 10 10 – 10 10 – 10 96 82 3 – – – 2 – – – 150 – – – – – – – 150 87 – – – – – – – – 78 – – – – – – – 78 70 8 – – – – – – – 30 – – – – – – – 30 30 – – – – – – – –

112

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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 112.

Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Employed Persons for Selected Racial Groups: 1990

[Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
American Indian All Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian

PLACE OF BIRTH, NATIVITY, AND CITIZENSHIP
All persons Native Born in State of residence Born in a different State Northeast Midwest South West Born abroad Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Born abroad of American parents Foreign born Naturalized citizen Not a citizen 2 157 2 138 1 272 845 270 78 457 40 21 – – 21 19 10 9 8 635 2 511 941 1 237 549 181 246 261 333 30 5 298 6 124 2 820 3 304 2 149 631 279 334 173 62 62 37 18 – 5 13 1 518 768 750 1 181 398 98 228 81 35 56 56 72 30 – 42 783 433 350 623 243 57 178 32 21 15 110 8 – – 8 380 102 278 2 186 489 241 229 154 30 34 11 19 – – 19 1 697 645 1 052

RESIDENCE IN 1985
Persons 5 years and over Same house Different house in the United States Same county Different county Same State Different State Northeast Midwest South West Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Elsewhere 2 063 1 092 962 636 326 71 255 104 6 120 25 – – 9 7 2 3 1 1 906 623 644 721 923 171 1 752 810 339 349 254 – 20 1 619 2 012 804 797 307 490 – 490 221 149 53 67 – – 411 1 070 380 496 235 261 39 222 91 20 43 68 – – 194 611 200 253 53 200 58 142 55 14 28 45 – – 158 1 981 563 969 578 391 – 391 227 81 78 5 – 8 441

PLACE OF WORK
Workers 16 years and over Worked in county of residence Worked outside county of residence 1 115 914 201 4 291 3 697 594 1 201 1 024 177 612 561 51 242 209 33 1 063 895 168

MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK AND TRAVEL TIME TO WORK
Workers 16 years and over Car, truck, or van Drove alone Carpooled Persons per car, truck, or van Public transportation Bus or trolley bus Streetcar or trolley car Subway or elevated Railroad Ferryboat Taxicab Motorcycle Bicycle Walked Other means Worked at home Mean travel time to work (minutes) 1 115 1 019 824 195 1.12 16 16 – – – – – – – 43 8 29 20.3 4 291 3 864 3 085 779 1.12 147 103 – 19 23 – 2 – 34 167 23 56 19.3 1 201 1 022 818 204 1.12 41 17 – 19 5 – – – 19 71 10 38 18.5 612 550 451 99 1.11 15 13 – – – – 2 – – 25 13 9 18.5 242 227 198 29 1.07 4 4 – – – – – – – 9 – 2 16.9 1 063 976 755 221 1.13 59 41 – – 18 – – – 15 13 – – 22.3

INDUSTRY
Employed persons 16 years and over Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Metal industries Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation Communications and other public utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Food, bakery, and dairy stores Eating and drinking places Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Business and repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Educational services Public administration 1 118 19 – 142 194 141 35 3 9 53 2 – 6 – 32 52 16 69 209 43 46 33 40 55 17 23 – 148 64 10 35 101 4 367 18 – 96 989 746 100 70 39 243 33 19 36 33 29 79 37 98 940 164 464 161 146 60 7 202 33 1 373 317 208 479 128 1 236 3 – 16 321 225 11 – 5 96 – 19 19 24 – 19 14 7 260 14 221 42 94 16 – 42 – 379 37 40 150 23 606 – – 7 107 80 43 24 – 27 18 – 9 – – – – – 111 7 24 31 25 26 7 11 6 242 97 66 47 33 255 4 – 6 46 22 – 6 – 24 – – – – – 3 – 8 57 – 32 7 – – – 2 – 116 16 2 74 6 1 092 – – 52 282 226 – 18 – 56 8 – 8 9 19 23 16 13 174 47 46 24 15 5 – 23 5 412 111 53 164 48

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 112.

Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Employed Persons for Selected Racial Groups: 1990
Con.

[Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
Korean Vietnamese Laotian Thai All Pacific Islander Hawaiian

PLACE OF BIRTH, NATIVITY, AND CITIZENSHIP
All persons Native Born in State of residence Born in a different State Northeast Midwest South West Born abroad Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Born abroad of American parents Foreign born Naturalized citizen Not a citizen 1 324 419 87 165 65 23 36 41 167 – – 167 905 387 518 432 103 88 9 7 – 2 – 6 – – 6 329 199 130 144 11 3 8 – – 8 – – – – – 133 83 50 165 36 – 14 – – 14 – 22 – – 22 129 71 58 135 119 35 75 – 9 10 56 9 – 3 6 16 16 – 64 64 13 51 – 9 – 42 – – – – – – –

RESIDENCE IN 1985
Persons 5 years and over Same house Different house in the United States Same county Different county Same State Different State Northeast Midwest South West Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Elsewhere 1 126 259 578 205 373 35 338 151 49 84 54 – 6 283 392 134 200 129 71 6 65 29 26 10 – – 6 52 139 44 85 82 3 – 3 – – 3 – – – 10 165 30 92 42 50 9 41 16 – 15 10 – – 43 107 41 58 26 32 8 24 – 8 – 16 – – 8 42 19 23 13 10 – 10 – 8 – 2 – – –

PLACE OF WORK
Workers 16 years and over Worked in county of residence Worked outside county of residence 577 504 73 222 179 43 85 56 29 77 75 2 70 48 22 30 20 10

MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK AND TRAVEL TIME TO WORK
Workers 16 years and over Car, truck, or van Drove alone Carpooled Persons per car, truck, or van Public transportation Bus or trolley bus Streetcar or trolley car Subway or elevated Railroad Ferryboat Taxicab Motorcycle Bicycle Walked Other means Worked at home Mean travel time to work (minutes) 577 537 405 132 1.15 – – – – – – – – – 40 – – 17.3 222 216 154 62 1.21 – – – – – – – – – 6 – – 19.1 85 64 58 6 1.05 18 18 – – – – – – – 3 – – 18.6 77 77 77 – 1.00 – – – – – – – – – – – – 15.9 70 70 59 11 1.09 – – – – – – – – – – – – 23.8 30 30 26 4 1.09 – – – – – – – – – – – – 31.5

INDUSTRY
Employed persons 16 years and over Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Metal industries Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation Communications and other public utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Food, bakery, and dairy stores Eating and drinking places Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Business and repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Educational services Public administration 577 2 – – 52 26 – 8 – 26 – – – – 3 32 – 13 227 81 70 42 – – – 106 9 88 31 22 28 6 225 6 – 5 92 85 5 12 34 7 – – – – 7 – 7 14 32 – 26 8 – 7 – 2 9 43 6 17 6 – 87 3 – 5 30 30 12 – – – – – – – – – – 22 9 – 2 – – 6 – 2 – 10 – – – – 77 – – – 29 22 20 2 – 7 7 – – – – 2 – – 18 7 9 – – – – 4 4 11 5 – 6 9 70 – – 7 17 8 – – – 9 3 – – – 6 – – – 21 7 – 8 2 – – – 4 6 6 – – 5 30 – – – 17 8 – – – 9 3 – – – 6 – – – 7 7 – – – – – – 4 – – – – 2

114

DELAWARE

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 113.

Labor Force Characteristics for Selected Racial Groups: 1990

[Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
American Indian All Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian

LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 years and over In labor force Percent of persons 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Females 16 years and over In labor force Percent of females 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Males 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Males 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 1 833 1 204 65.7 15 1 189 1 118 893 71 6.0 629 29 867 554 63.9 5 549 521 375 28 5.1 313 5 28 10 – 18 64 45 – 14 594 449 43 97 119 64 – 55 68 24 44 35 93 5 88 68 93 49 9 35 47 21 7 19 516 409 12 90 94 33 – 61 40 9 31 31 77 – 77 77 6 622 4 563 68.9 45 4 518 4 367 3 316 151 3.3 2 059 – 3 520 2 177 61.8 – 2 177 2 112 1 459 65 3.0 1 343 – 333 97 2 229 336 166 27 143 2 075 1 794 33 208 220 150 20 50 87 35 52 26 51 17 34 20 203 66 7 130 369 163 18 188 2 502 1 680 35 787 328 181 5 142 45 9 36 36 73 13 60 60 1 706 1 256 73.6 – 1 256 1 236 958 20 1.6 450 – 814 548 67.3 – 548 528 364 20 3.6 266 – 87 20 – 67 46 23 – 23 646 581 – 65 48 48 – – 46 27 19 6 19 9 10 6 44 – – 44 27 18 8 1 662 472 12 178 55 23 – 32 9 9 – – 17 6 11 11 908 670 73.8 23 647 606 418 41 6.3 238 – 611 455 74.5 – 455 437 284 18 4.0 156 – 46 13 – 28 25 – 8 17 170 127 6 19 48 25 9 14 4 4 – – 4 – 4 4 33 31 – 2 66 30 – 36 424 316 18 90 53 53 – – 16 – 16 16 19 7 12 12 553 266 48.1 11 255 255 183 – – 287 – 377 183 48.5 – 183 183 116 – – 194 – 20 3 – 17 24 4 – 20 119 57 – 51 8 8 – – 5 – 5 5 – – – – 11 3 – 8 51 24 – 27 218 108 – 110 80 48 – 32 8 – 8 8 9 – 9 9 1 687 1 127 66.8 11 1 116 1 092 824 24 2.2 560 – 758 346 45.6 – 346 334 213 12 3.5 412 – 59 42 – 17 124 50 – 74 660 622 8 19 57 44 – 13 19 4 15 15 10 – 10 – 83 29 7 47 105 43 – 62 515 252 – 263 41 10 5 26 6 – 6 6 8 – 8 8

PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES
Females 16 years and over own children under 6 years labor force own children 6 to 17 years only labor force Own children under 6 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children under 6 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours With In With In 867 156 85 164 130 living with two 67 36 19 living with one 46 12 – living with two 138 120 86 living with one 88 54 47 158 139 136 15 – – 47 43 40 12 12 12 27 27 27 1 194 825 548 349 255 188 138 73 42 52 35 13 305 162 129 32 30 23 5 5 5 8 8 4 – – – – – – 799 437 231 140 83 42 102 62 20 23 7 – 227 76 47 3 520 735 381 854 679 814 119 68 267 222 611 133 103 119 92 377 64 16 39 29 758 188 60 172 105

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 113.

Labor Force Characteristics for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 Con.

[Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
Korean Vietnamese Laotian Thai All Pacific Islander Hawaiian

LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 years and over In labor force Percent of persons 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Females 16 years and over In labor force Percent of females 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Males 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Males 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 896 604 67.4 – 604 577 453 27 4.5 292 – 490 327 66.7 – 327 327 265 – – 163 – 68 10 2 56 58 30 19 9 234 203 6 25 30 7 – 23 6 – 6 – 10 – 10 10 – – – – 36 19 – 17 371 287 – 84 67 21 – 46 6 – 6 6 10 – 10 10 305 241 79.0 – 241 225 177 16 6.6 64 – 160 134 83.8 – 134 129 92 5 3.7 26 – 14 – – 14 17 17 – – 96 72 – 24 18 7 11 – – – – – – – – – – – – – 14 14 – – 128 103 5 20 18 12 – 6 – – – – – – – – 111 87 78.4 – 87 87 71 – – 24 – 47 37 78.7 – 37 37 25 – – 10 – 16 2 – 14 3 3 – – 40 40 – – – – – – – – – – 5 5 – – 11 1 – 10 11 11 – – 25 25 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 150 87 58.0 – 87 77 51 10 11.5 63 – 132 78 59.1 – 78 68 49 10 12.8 54 – 16 7 – 9 2 2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6 – – 6 43 4 10 29 83 64 – 19 – – – – – – – – – – – – 92 70 76.1 – 70 70 48 – – 22 6 31 23 74.2 – 23 23 13 – – 8 – 7 7 – – 16 16 – – 28 22 – 6 2 2 – – 8 – 8 8 – – – – – – – – 2 2 – – 21 21 – – 8 – – 8 – – – – – – – – 36 30 83.3 – 30 30 23 – – 6 6 10 10 100.0 – 10 10 8 – – – – – – – – 2 2 – – 22 16 – 6 2 2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 10 10 – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES
Females 16 years and over own children under 6 years labor force own children 6 to 17 years only labor force Own children under 6 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children under 6 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours With In With In 490 142 86 110 105 living with two 213 138 95 living with one 17 17 14 living with two 136 133 63 living with one 42 42 42 – – – – – – 15 15 15 7 7 7 – – – 85 75 43 30 30 28 3 3 – 15 15 8 6 6 6 – – – 2 – – – – – 9 9 9 9 9 9 48 48 16 3 3 3 – – – 19 19 13 13 13 13 160 42 32 45 39 47 4 4 23 23 132 9 – 59 49 31 8 8 11 11 10 8 8 – –

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Table 114.

Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status for Selected Racial Groups: 1990

[Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
American Indian All Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian

LABOR FORCE STATUS OF FAMILY MEMBERS
Married-couple families Husband employed or in Armed Forces Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband unemployed Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband not in labor force Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Female householder, no husband present Employed or in Armed Forces Unemployed 493 333 250 12 20 17 3 140 56 11 151 81 16 1 697 1 526 971 26 36 29 – 135 43 – 167 128 – 516 486 343 12 – – – 30 17 – 20 7 – 153 127 104 – – – – 26 14 – 59 50 – 106 85 43 – – – – 21 – – 35 24 – 540 504 230 14 12 12 – 24 12 – 8 8 –

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 to 19 years Enrolled in school Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Not enrolled in school High school graduate Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Not high school graduate Employed Unemployed Not in labor force 121 90 44 – 46 31 11 11 – – 20 4 9 7 536 496 154 9 333 40 24 9 – 10 16 – – 16 131 127 20 – 107 4 – – – – 4 – – 4 79 70 42 – 28 9 7 2 – – 2 – – 2 31 28 3 – 25 3 3 3 – – – – – – 142 138 67 7 64 4 4 4 – – – – – –

CLASS OF WORKER
Employed persons 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers Employed females 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers 1 118 890 33 73 66 56 – 521 466 8 25 8 14 – 4 367 3 515 87 331 135 292 7 2 112 1 688 58 148 72 139 7 1 236 1 010 27 88 22 82 7 528 415 14 18 22 52 7 606 482 – 56 33 35 – 437 356 – 35 27 19 – 255 191 19 28 3 14 – 183 139 19 19 – 6 – 1 092 867 18 131 43 33 – 334 244 5 64 – 21 –

WORK STATUS IN 1989
Persons 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Females 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 1 375 937 12 80 165 78 103 1 094 932 856 97 616 410 – 23 64 40 79 439 378 361 29 5 030 3 172 186 467 340 412 453 3 881 3 173 2 715 193 2 447 1 412 100 311 205 240 179 1 746 1 404 1 146 135 1 410 904 35 155 125 79 112 1 151 969 822 53 630 375 27 97 70 29 32 487 421 321 43 743 407 45 76 48 110 57 587 449 372 33 491 233 45 73 29 85 26 364 280 206 20 339 162 9 44 15 42 67 221 158 136 12 228 98 1 44 12 34 39 118 88 74 12 1 203 801 57 78 42 112 113 923 765 653 30 388 220 13 28 33 63 31 281 186 168 21

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989
Families No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers Married-couple families No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers Husband and wife worked Female householder, no husband present No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers 683 79 225 317 62 493 51 114 328 314 151 22 91 38 1 929 74 586 970 299 1 697 52 494 1 151 1 103 167 13 82 72 544 – 137 335 72 516 – 124 392 392 20 – 13 7 229 21 62 108 38 153 12 33 108 108 59 9 29 21 150 34 37 71 8 106 21 28 57 52 35 4 9 22 567 7 256 222 82 540 7 249 284 268 8 – – 8

VETERAN STATUS AND PERIOD OF SERVICE
Civilian veterans 16 years and over Male May 1975 or later service only September 1980 or later service only Served 2 or more years Vietnam-era service World War II service 374 368 47 15 15 137 107 135 127 76 66 66 36 17 6 6 – – – – – 56 48 44 44 44 8 4 23 23 – – – 10 13 39 39 26 16 16 13 –

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 114.

Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 Con.

[Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
Korean Vietnamese Laotian Thai All Pacific Islander Hawaiian

LABOR FORCE STATUS OF FAMILY MEMBERS
Married-couple families Husband employed or in Armed Forces Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband unemployed Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband not in labor force Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Female householder, no husband present Employed or in Armed Forces Unemployed 169 148 117 – 6 6 – 15 – – 38 32 – 86 63 48 – 11 11 – 12 – – – – – 28 28 28 – – – – – – – – – – 2 2 2 – – – – – – – 7 7 – 20 20 20 – – – – – – – 8 8 – 20 20 20 – – – – – – – 8 8 –

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 to 19 years Enrolled in school Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Not enrolled in school High school graduate Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Not high school graduate Employed Unemployed Not in labor force 68 68 10 2 56 – – – – – – – – – 14 14 – – 14 – – – – – – – – – 27 7 3 – 4 20 10 – – 10 10 – – 10 22 22 7 – 15 – – – – – – – – – 7 7 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

CLASS OF WORKER
Employed persons 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers Employed females 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers 577 430 – 15 32 100 – 327 257 – 6 23 41 – 225 202 – 13 – 10 – 129 123 – 6 – – – 87 87 – – – – – 37 37 – – – – – 77 60 15 – 2 – – 68 53 15 – – – – 70 56 – – 12 – 2 23 20 – – 3 – – 30 19 – – 9 – 2 10 10 – – – – –

WORK STATUS IN 1989
Persons 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Females 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 635 460 11 65 33 33 33 464 415 376 8 361 281 4 37 9 10 20 257 244 220 – 273 163 29 5 30 24 22 212 162 134 24 150 89 10 5 30 10 6 101 77 68 24 91 62 – 13 – 3 13 66 63 50 – 37 21 – 7 – – 9 25 25 18 – 89 48 – – 22 9 10 73 42 42 15 77 46 – – 22 9 – 64 40 40 15 57 40 – – 8 2 7 44 35 35 – 23 13 – – 8 2 – 15 13 13 – 30 21 – – – 2 7 25 16 16 – 10 8 – – – 2 – 10 8 8 –

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989
Families No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers Married-couple families No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers Husband and wife worked Female householder, no husband present No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers 210 – 47 113 50 169 – 20 149 133 38 – 24 14 93 12 10 41 30 86 12 10 64 64 – – – – 30 – – 17 13 28 – – 28 28 – – – – 9 – 7 2 – 2 – – 2 2 7 – 7 – 36 8 8 20 – 20 – – 20 20 8 – 8 – 28 – 8 20 – 20 – – 20 20 8 – 8 –

VETERAN STATUS AND PERIOD OF SERVICE
Civilian veterans 16 years and over Male May 1975 or later service only September 1980 or later service only Served 2 or more years Vietnam-era service World War II service 6 6 6 6 6 – – 5 5 – – – 5 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 42 42 16 16 16 26 – 20 20 2 2 2 18 –

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Table 115.

Occupation of Employed Persons for Selected Racial Groups: 1990

[Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
American Indian Employed persons 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers Employed females 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers 1 118 167 71 8 26 96 48 3 – 6 30 30 284 16 23 119 27 51 41 10 126 – 48 9 10 254 12 31 5 211 52 123 19 7 12 119 47 55 17 275 75 20 57 57 57 66 16 23 521 62 38 8 15 24 – – – 6 18 18 200 10 14 75 6 37 32 10 101 – 48 9 – 135 12 17 5 106 37 33 – – – 11 – 6 5 113 42 7 11 11 32 21 – 21 All Asian 4 367 1 804 517 13 149 1 287 627 271 188 166 258 62 1 342 45 346 535 164 71 300 161 416 42 19 28 61 664 7 24 – 633 455 78 7 4 3 169 53 32 84 381 203 86 7 7 – 85 – 19 2 112 692 227 7 110 465 127 19 66 136 113 59 746 31 82 309 62 38 209 110 324 19 19 28 52 397 7 – – 390 266 36 4 4 – 53 – 8 45 220 117 55 – – – 48 – 8 Chinese 1 236 625 176 6 39 449 299 103 25 27 87 25 347 10 134 111 19 47 45 31 92 6 – 8 13 212 – – – 212 185 11 3 – 3 37 – 11 26 12 12 – – – – – – – 528 235 85 – 33 150 80 8 10 27 30 22 183 5 29 74 7 38 29 17 75 – – 8 13 82 – – – 82 73 – – – – 22 – 3 19 6 6 – – – – – – – Filipino 606 218 74 7 32 144 5 – 69 40 30 13 211 18 28 80 6 11 63 16 85 – 11 – – 83 7 – – 76 45 7 – – – 8 – 5 3 86 52 6 – – – 28 – – 437 120 40 7 18 80 – – 27 36 17 13 180 18 15 62 6 – 56 16 85 – 11 – – 76 7 – – 69 45 – – – – 5 – 5 – 56 40 – – – – 16 – – Japanese 255 105 37 – 21 68 16 16 2 7 23 10 44 – 10 17 5 – 12 – 17 – – 4 7 70 – – – 70 57 2 4 4 – 20 8 6 6 12 5 – – – – 7 – 7 183 59 13 – 13 46 – – – 7 19 10 32 – 6 9 – – 9 – 17 – – 4 7 70 – – – 70 57 2 4 4 – 6 – – 6 12 5 – – – – 7 – 7 Asian Indian 1 092 580 149 – 20 431 222 109 68 44 97 8 379 17 114 147 60 13 74 65 101 9 8 10 – 64 – 18 – 46 31 3 – – – 20 13 – 7 49 21 24 – – – 4 – 4 334 140 20 – 9 120 29 11 23 31 37 8 152 8 24 59 6 – 53 47 61 9 8 10 – 21 – – – 21 11 3 – – – 7 – – 7 14 8 6 – – – – – –

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 115.

Occupation of Employed Persons for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 Con.

[Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
Korean Employed persons 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers Employed females 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers 577 107 41 – 19 66 27 7 11 17 11 – 226 – 9 144 48 – 96 44 73 18 – 6 32 128 – 6 – 122 70 15 – – – 32 – – 32 84 59 18 – – – 7 – 7 327 70 36 – 19 34 11 – 6 17 – – 128 – – 72 17 – 55 25 56 10 – 6 23 97 – – – 97 45 15 – – – 6 – – 6 26 15 11 – – – – – – Vietnamese 225 75 18 – 8 57 28 14 5 12 – – 34 – 8 5 – – 5 5 21 9 – – – 30 – – – 30 30 – – – – 18 7 5 6 68 34 31 – – – 3 – – 129 31 18 – 8 13 7 – – 6 – – 19 – 8 5 – – 5 5 6 – – – – 22 – – – 22 22 – – – – 3 – – 3 54 23 31 – – – – – – Laotian 87 – – – – – – – – – – – 16 – – 7 7 – – – 9 – – – 9 38 – – – 38 2 36 – – – 19 10 5 4 14 2 – – – – 12 – – 37 – – – – – – – – – – – 16 – – 7 7 – – – 9 – – – 9 12 – – – 12 – 12 – – – 4 – – 4 5 2 – – – – 3 – – Thai 77 11 – – – 11 – – – 5 6 6 13 – – 13 11 – 2 – – – – – – 6 – – – 6 2 4 – – – – – – – 47 9 7 7 7 – 24 – 1 68 11 – – – 11 – – – 5 6 6 13 – – 13 11 – 2 – – – – – – 6 – – – 6 2 4 – – – – – – – 38 9 7 – – – 22 – 1 All Pacific Islander 70 16 8 – – 8 – – – 6 – – 20 – – 9 7 2 – – 11 – – – – 2 – – – 2 – – – – – 21 14 7 – 11 3 8 – – – – – – 23 8 8 – – – – – – – – – 13 – – 2 – 2 – – 11 – – – – 2 – – – 2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Hawaiian 30 10 8 – – 2 – – – – – – 7 – – 7 7 – – – – – – – – 2 – – – 2 – – – – – – – – – 11 3 8 – – – – – – 10 8 8 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 – – – 2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

120

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Table 116.

Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons for Selected Racial Groups: 1990

[Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
American Indian All Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian

INCOME IN 1989
Households Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Families Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Married-couple families Less than $15,000 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 or more Female householder, no husband present Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Males 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Females 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Per capita income (dollars) Persons in households (dollars) Persons in group quarters (dollars) 913 53 72 119 145 151 168 142 35 28 30 417 34 470 683 35 29 93 109 116 142 96 35 28 32 799 36 802 493 69 63 81 125 94 61 151 27 19 36 30 39 – 921 17 899 53.7 24 375 777 10 512 46.5 18 931 14 478 14 787 4 039 2 488 77 148 178 312 277 537 467 288 204 41 331 52 454 1 929 43 69 95 199 191 439 420 269 204 47 101 60 003 1 697 141 165 139 405 407 440 167 16 10 31 25 58 27 2 715 25 008 57.8 35 417 2 710 12 608 42.3 22 794 16 508 16 661 3 951 712 6 39 62 83 35 140 176 67 104 46 750 57 307 544 – 18 35 47 23 89 161 67 104 56 915 66 637 516 46 47 17 81 161 164 20 – – 7 – 6 7 814 33 482 61.5 40 806 692 19 677 46.4 25 759 21 225 21 532 3 713 286 24 7 16 59 51 55 28 17 29 33 333 45 339 229 24 – 22 41 42 49 16 6 29 33 274 45 588 153 30 17 24 37 10 35 59 16 – – 18 19 6 262 16 029 63.4 25 417 539 11 607 38.2 16 125 13 245 13 573 3 378 211 9 32 31 35 22 34 26 20 2 19 063 32 465 150 – 26 9 24 18 25 26 20 2 34 167 39 314 106 10 17 6 25 26 22 35 – 7 9 7 12 – 133 12 386 46.6 31 250 279 6 825 26.5 16 042 9 723 9 723 – 685 4 18 17 66 87 174 145 122 52 47 375 57 828 567 4 14 – 51 40 157 127 122 52 51 710 63 437 540 18 51 33 157 127 154 8 – – – – – 8 846 32 593 57.3 42 944 441 11 791 38.1 30 000 18 807 18 900 6 267

MEDIAN INCOME IN 1989 BY SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS
Family type and presence of own children: Families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Married-couple families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Female householder, no husband present (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Workers in family in 1989: No workers (dollars) 1 worker (dollars) 2 or more workers (dollars) Husband and wife worked (dollars) Nonfamily households (dollars) Male householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) Female householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) 32 799 24 784 19 583 36 309 34 922 26 875 14 492 14 044 5 000– 10 26 37 46 18 28 22 18 7 7 6 542 083 474 300 036 365 083 333 339 058 439 47 49 44 49 51 44 30 24 23 101 412 183 922 204 808 625 318 750 56 56 52 59 56 53 33 915 734 185 291 734 652 750 – – 33 27 26 40 33 33 23 24 23 274 396 667 893 214 929 977 659 750 34 67 60 48 74 61 15 14 8 37 48 56 12 12 167 237 692 214 240 359 536 028 – 51 60 49 51 55 48 102 102 5 47 60 58 27 27 28 710 585 911 051 955 929 264 264 –

5 852 43 750 53 518 54 385 21 563 24 881 28 333 14 286 16 146 15 104 5 000–

– 45 781 64 774 64 827 24 250 35 147 36 103 14 286 11 563 8 852 5 000–

5 000– 23 409 42 143 46 429 21 563 25 278 26 250 – 19 554 37 875 –

994 841 036 925 031 857 – – 7 259 15 357 –

360 353 693 414 969 250 958 – 28 750 28 750 –

INCOME TYPE IN 1989
Households With earnings Mean earnings (dollars) With wage or salary income Mean wage or salary income (dollars) With nonfarm self-employment income Mean nonfarm self-employment income (dollars) With farm self-employment income Mean farm self-employment income (dollars) With interest, dividend, or net rental income Mean interest, dividend, or net rental income (dollars) With Social Security income Mean Social Security income (dollars) With public assistance income Mean public assistance income (dollars) With retirement income Mean retirement income (dollars) With other income Mean other income (dollars) 913 763 34 862 754 34 234 40 15 966 17 8 739 219 4 554 258 7 343 79 3 975 131 10 988 75 3 012 488 382 958 292 843 317 43 785 7 7 000 1 289 5 215 170 6 516 87 3 329 171 12 999 102 11 392 2 2 49 2 45 712 688 53 457 651 53 169 84 25 190 7 7 000 500 5 385 37 8 317 19 4 373 42 17 980 6 31 000 286 265 45 364 262 34 949 30 95 500 – – 102 4 311 16 3 432 35 3 243 22 5 251 20 11 087 211 177 31 318 169 31 178 15 18 271 – – 117 3 910 22 7 650 – – 33 17 212 30 3 777 685 678 52 351 665 48 746 77 39 968 – – 390 6 854 48 5 391 11 1 272 46 13 167 27 20 999

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 116.

Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 Con.

[Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
Korean Vietnamese Laotian Thai All Pacific Islander Hawaiian

INCOME IN 1989
Households Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Families Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Married-couple families Less than $15,000 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 or more Female householder, no husband present Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Males 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Females 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Per capita income (dollars) Persons in households (dollars) Persons in group quarters (dollars) 306 8 43 38 50 35 70 25 27 10 27 667 57 790 210 – 11 15 23 29 70 25 27 10 38 482 77 812 169 8 20 22 63 25 31 38 – 3 15 – 14 6 284 13 438 54.9 25 000 400 13 571 55.0 21 818 15 380 15 380 – 112 21 – – 13 13 14 29 15 7 46 667 44 795 93 15 – – 8 13 14 29 7 7 47 292 45 874 86 15 8 13 14 22 14 – – – – – – – 148 17 857 44.6 34 423 150 15 139 45.3 17 857 12 292 12 407 4 088 31 – – – 3 5 21 2 – – 39 844 37 518 30 – – – 2 7 21 – – – 39 375 36 336 28 – 2 5 21 – – – – – – – – – 54 17 000 59.3 20 500 37 14 583 48.6 15 455 8 940 8 940 – 18 – 9 – – 2 7 – – – 21 250 24 977 9 – – – – 2 7 – – – 45 893 42 647 2 – – 2 – – – 7 – – – – 7 – 12 3 571 16.7 11 250 77 10 337 51.9 12 083 6 466 6 624 2 903 36 – – – 2 8 2 16 – 8 57 500 69 799 36 8 – – 2 8 2 16 – – 32 500 38 465 20 – 2 – 2 16 – 8 – – – – 8 – 42 14 531 52.4 14 219 23 13 750 56.5 27 969 8 125 8 502 – 28 – – – 2 8 2 16 – – 51 372 48 132 28 – – – 2 8 2 16 – – 51 372 48 132 20 – 2 – 2 16 – 8 – – – – 8 – 20 24 286 40.0 35 833 10 28 438 80.0 28 750 11 733 12 947 –

MEDIAN INCOME IN 1989 BY SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS
Family type and presence of own children: Families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Married-couple families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Female householder, no husband present (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Workers in family in 1989: No workers (dollars) 1 worker (dollars) 2 or more workers (dollars) Husband and wife worked (dollars) Nonfamily households (dollars) Male householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) Female householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) 38 38 37 39 38 38 32 13 482 304 614 152 929 239 857 750 – 47 292 34 808 33 558 45 833 34 808 5 000– – – – 5 000– 33 214 53 189 51 563 21 750 – – – 21 750 5 000– – 39 39 22 39 39 26 375 688 500 688 688 250 – – – 45 893 46 250 – 33 750 – – 46 250 46 250 – 46 33 33 5 – 250 750 750 360 – – – 5 360 – – 32 51 29 57 60 500 671 844 500 158 – 28 750 28 750 28 750 51 51 29 57 60 372 671 844 500 158 – 28 750 28 750 28 750

– 432 973 884 500 802 750 – 13 917 13 417 – 14 38 38 12 9 18

– – 39 375 39 688 18 750 – – – 18 750 – –

5 000– 28 750 57 500 57 500 – – – – – – –

– 28 750 57 500 57 500 – – – – – – –

INCOME TYPE IN 1989
Households With earnings Mean earnings (dollars) With wage or salary income Mean wage or salary income (dollars) With nonfarm self-employment income Mean nonfarm self-employment income (dollars) With farm self-employment income Mean farm self-employment income (dollars) With interest, dividend, or net rental income Mean interest, dividend, or net rental income (dollars) With Social Security income Mean Social Security income (dollars) With public assistance income Mean public assistance income (dollars) With retirement income Mean retirement income (dollars) With other income Mean other income (dollars) 306 298 56 852 278 45 003 83 53 389 – – 72 3 811 30 5 133 22 3 590 21 7 857 12 5 778 112 100 49 368 100 46 835 10 25 331 – – 46 1 643 – – – – – – 7 659 31 31 37 441 31 37 441 – – – – 6 400 – – – – – – – – 18 18 18 137 18 18 137 – – – – 18 162 7 15 240 – – 7 1 930 – – 36 36 60 466 34 63 294 5 4 957 – – 23 6 031 – – – – 17 8 921 11 4 145 28 28 41 742 26 44 000 5 4 957 – – 15 1 247 – – – – 9 12 733 11 4 145

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Table 117.

Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons for Selected Racial Groups: 1990

[Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
American Indian All Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian

ALL INCOME LEVELS IN 1989
Families In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is determined Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Persons for whom poverty status is determined Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years 683 466 307 134 530 396 94 – 29 120 429 59 177 493 171 78 395 283 328 90 11 138 151 121 56 102 80 86 11 46 13 408 230 154 69 2 095 1 736 278 349 113 255 1 929 1 422 1 257 567 1 762 1 301 44 1 768 9 93 1 773 73 157 1 697 1 149 551 1 564 1 149 1 576 75 53 116 167 92 10 142 114 142 16 20 31 1 134 559 179 36 8 512 6 293 256 2 197 845 1 473 544 430 355 113 525 369 11 488 – 37 494 13 24 516 355 113 503 347 474 37 13 24 20 – – 14 14 20 – – – 300 168 71 33 2 112 1 603 91 509 145 372 229 137 151 108 202 171 13 202 – 20 206 35 16 153 104 92 135 125 139 8 15 10 59 41 10 50 35 50 12 20 6 110 57 24 – 1 136 841 43 295 110 189 150 116 56 11 103 75 7 81 9 9 144 – 22 106 45 11 72 57 106 5 – 11 35 11 – 31 18 29 4 – 11 135 61 – – 623 536 22 87 23 75 567 410 371 187 524 375 4 558 – 11 560 11 48 540 356 187 497 355 533 11 11 41 8 8 – 8 8 8 – – – 265 118 40 – 2 163 1 596 43 559 227 354

INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL
Families Percent below poverty level In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Unrelated individuals Percent below poverty level Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Mean income deficit (dollars) Persons Percent below poverty level Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years Persons below 125 percent of poverty level Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 69 10.1 29 61 48 35 8 8 – 29 8 37 18 2 5 403 21 13 11 13 2 13 8 – – 2 570 48 48 37 22 6 24 – 18 2 6 643 102 25.0 41 28 20 3 616 271 12.9 198 35 63 19 44 444 853 108 5.6 22 66 35 42 6 – 108 9 16 89 20 3 3 831 80 52 31 32 3 73 11 15 3 3 582 19 14 4 10 3 7 5 5 – 6 141 447 39.4 166 20 6 4 761 798 9.4 656 28 120 55 68 1 040 1 943 18 3.3 – 18 – 18 – – 18 – – 18 – – 981 18 18 – 18 – 18 – – – 981 – – – – – – – – – – 87 29.0 37 7 6 4 460 160 7.6 125 6 35 – 35 198 420 24 10.5 – 19 12 7 – – 24 – 5 15 13 – 7 377 8 8 8 – – 8 – 8 – 7 751 16 11 4 7 – 7 5 5 – 7 190 28 25.5 16 7 – 2 808 126 11.1 80 5 46 24 22 154 279 19 12.7 – – – – – – 19 9 – 19 – – 1 506 10 – – – – 10 – – – 1 803 – – – – – – – – – – 94 69.6 37 – – 4 720 139 22.3 130 – 9 9 – 171 240 18 3.2 4 – – – – – 18 – 11 11 7 – 4 129 18 – – – – 11 11 7 – 4 129 – – – – – – – – – – 100 37.7 27 – – 4 667 137 6.3 129 11 – – – 189 370

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Table 117.

Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 Con.

[Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
Korean Vietnamese Laotian Thai All Pacific Islander Hawaiian

ALL INCOME LEVELS IN 1989
Families In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is determined Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Persons for whom poverty status is determined Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years 210 138 169 71 191 148 9 210 – 7 178 14 30 169 141 71 156 116 147 7 14 20 38 25 – 32 32 28 – – 7 200 96 21 – 1 324 888 32 422 244 224 93 88 70 46 81 57 – 93 – – 90 – – 86 70 46 74 50 83 – – – – – – – – – – – – 28 19 13 – 426 293 – 133 48 93 30 28 28 7 30 22 – 30 – 2 7 – – 28 28 7 28 22 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – 9 1 – 3 144 109 5 35 5 30 9 9 7 – 9 9 – 9 – – 9 – 7 2 – – 2 2 2 – – – 7 7 – 7 7 7 – – 7 15 9 – – 153 135 – 18 – 18 36 16 29 15 28 16 – – 2 8 33 – – 20 13 7 20 8 17 – – – 8 8 8 8 8 8 – – – 22 – – – 129 79 8 50 28 22 28 16 21 15 28 16 – – 2 – 25 – – 20 13 7 20 8 17 – – – 8 8 8 8 8 8 – – – – – – – 58 30 – 28 22 6

INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL
Families Percent below poverty level In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Unrelated individuals Percent below poverty level Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Mean income deficit (dollars) Persons Percent below poverty level Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years Persons below 125 percent of poverty level Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 11 5.2 – 11 8 11 3 – 11 – – 8 – – 1 641 8 8 8 8 – 8 – – – 2 051 3 3 – 3 3 – – – – 547 107 53.5 29 6 – 5 368 161 12.2 125 – 22 22 3 200 381 15 16.1 15 15 15 3 – – 15 – – 15 – – 6 214 15 15 15 3 – 15 – – – 6 214 – – – – – – – – – – 6 21.4 6 – – 3 451 31 7.3 31 – – – – 43 88 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 16 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 9 60.0 9 – – 6 451 9 5.9 9 – – – – 13 65 8 22.2 – 8 – – – – – – 8 8 – – 5 349 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 8 36.4 – – – 6 451 29 22.5 22 8 7 – 7 29 49 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

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Table 118.

Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over for Selected Racial Groups: 1990

[Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
American Indian All Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian

LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Persons 60 to 64 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 65 to 74 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 75 years and over In households In group quarters Nursing homes 103 103 – – 174 174 – – 104 104 – – 177 177 – – 178 178 – – 78 78 – – 26 26 – – 67 67 – – 24 24 – – 45 45 – – 38 38 – – 5 5 – – 27 27 – – 13 13 – – 9 9 – – 39 39 – – 25 25 – – 18 18 – –

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 60 to 64 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 65 to 74 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 75 years and over Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher 103 38 26 15 – 24 174 55 56 10 7 46 104 50 46 8 – – 177 23 28 8 11 107 178 47 11 41 26 53 78 19 5 8 15 31 26 4 4 – – 18 67 11 – 13 6 37 24 4 – – 6 14 45 – 9 – – 36 38 7 – 7 16 8 5 5 – – – – 27 – – 8 11 8 13 – – 8 – 5 9 – – – 9 – 39 16 8 – – 15 25 13 8 – 4 – 18 8 – – – 10

INCOME AND POVERTY STATUS IN 1989
Married-couple families, householder 60 to 64 years Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 60 to 64 years living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 65 to 74 years Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 65 to 74 years living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 75 years and over Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 75 years and over living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level 42 – – 7 – 11 7 17 – – – – – – – – – 61 – – 23 9 10 – 19 – 50 – 23 – 13 5 9 14.0 29 8 – 8 – 13 – – 27.6 19 13 6 – – – – 68.4 63 – – – 6 – 22 35 – 7 – – – – 7 – – 71 4 7 7 – 17 4 32 15.5 13 – 6 7 – – – – 4 – – – – – 4 – – 20 6 – – 9 5 – 30.0 13 – – – 6 – 2 5 – 7 – – – – 7 – – 33 – – – – 6 – 27 – 13 – 6 7 – – – – 4 – – – – – 4 – – 20 6 – – 9 5 – 30.0 15 – – – – – 7 8 – – – – – – – – – 8 – – – – 4 4 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 21 – – – – – 13 8 – – – – – – – – – 5 – – – – – – 5 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 – – – – – – 7 – – – – – – – – – 11 4 7 – – – – – 100.0 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

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Table 118.

Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 Con.

[Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
Korean Vietnamese Laotian Thai All Pacific Islander Hawaiian

LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Persons 60 to 64 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 65 to 74 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 75 years and over In households In group quarters Nursing homes 33 33 – – 19 19 – – 13 13 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 3 – – 2 2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 2 – – 8 8 – – – – – – 2 2 – – – – – – – – – –

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 60 to 64 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 65 to 74 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 75 years and over Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher 33 3 7 – – 23 19 13 – 6 – – 13 2 3 8 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 – 3 – – – 2 – 2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 – – 2 – – 8 – – 8 – – – – – – – – 2 – – 2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

INCOME AND POVERTY STATUS IN 1989
Married-couple families, householder 60 to 64 years Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 60 to 64 years living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 65 to 74 years Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 65 to 74 years living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 75 years and over Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 75 years and over living alone Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 – – – – 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 – – – – – 2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 – – – – – 2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

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Table 119.

Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic

Dominican (Dominican Republic)

Central American

Costa Rican

Guatemalan

Panamanian

AGE
All persons Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 29 years 30 to 34 years 35 to 39 years 40 to 44 years 45 to 49 years 50 to 54 years 55 to 59 years 60 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Median age 2 613 262 83 153 194 105 97 381 477 276 219 71 106 62 35 20 55 17 25.3 8 163 507 293 970 960 561 272 880 775 686 667 567 391 182 189 124 80 59 23.0 856 44 15 58 43 27 48 81 75 103 54 57 71 49 25 29 53 24 31.8 3 519 180 112 318 246 171 131 394 365 350 327 220 218 110 113 112 80 72 27.8 204 22 23 34 23 6 – 25 19 27 – 17 – 8 – – – – 14.5 549 24 32 33 40 35 19 54 65 107 53 20 16 10 7 3 13 18 27.9 57 14 – – – – – 20 – 6 9 8 – – – – – – 24.2 66 – – 3 8 – 7 6 – 6 – – 10 10 – – 6 10 46.5 258 8 32 14 28 35 – 4 36 47 26 5 6 – 7 3 7 – 26.1

FERTILITY
Women 15 to 24 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 25 to 34 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 35 to 44 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women No children 1 child 2 children 3 children 4 children 5 or more children Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women 226 109 482 79 85 076 263 394 498 205 354 727 137 274 000 8 48 29 40 12 – 134 265 978 841 403 479 199 224 126 751 497 993 554 170 112 519 564 013 20 36 102 225 84 52 480 480 083 94 6 64 16 6 375 87 114 310 47 68 447 55 96 745 6 9 33 7 – – 49 96 959 408 127 311 72 63 875 319 381 194 271 344 269 289 612 118 53 36 117 58 12 13 263 598 274 25 17 680 17 17 000 6 12 000 6 12 000 7 21 000 – – – 7 – – 7 21 000 40 17 425 2 2 000 92 136 478 77 126 636 44 50 136 19 – 25 – – – 32 36 125 6 – – – – – 6 – – 6 – – 17 16 941 9 – 8 – – – 17 16 941 – – – – – – 6 6 1 000 6 6 1 000 – – – – – – – – – – – – 32 15 469 – – – 46 47 022 31 37 194 22 34 545 5 – 17 – – – 15 20 333

1

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1

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
All persons In households Family householder Male Female Nonfamily householder Male Female Spouse Child Other relatives Nonrelatives In group quarters Persons per household Persons per family 2 613 2 541 488 402 86 175 106 69 458 820 286 314 72 3.18 3.48 8 7 1 1 163 792 877 260 617 317 193 124 1 127 3 396 544 531 371 3.56 3.73 856 818 249 185 64 83 61 22 140 233 65 48 38 2.73 3.11 3 519 3 364 819 626 193 198 92 106 705 1 171 194 277 155 2.99 3.27 204 196 45 31 14 6 6 – 17 75 21 32 8 3.35 3.67 549 514 107 90 17 46 – 46 97 171 42 51 35 3.11 3.56 57 57 – – – 6 – 6 9 14 – 28 – 1.00 – 66 60 11 11 – 10 – 10 11 18 7 3 6 1.81 2.55 258 258 52 35 17 17 – 17 43 112 28 6 – 3.74 3.96

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN
Families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Married-couple families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Female householder, no husband present With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Subfamilies With own children under 18 years Married-couple subfamilies With own children under 18 years Mother-child subfamilies Persons under 18 years Percent living with two parents 488 312 171 356 237 135 63 54 26 35 35 8 8 18 797 72.8 1 877 1 399 617 1 248 900 429 472 392 148 83 80 3 – 72 3 291 54.5 249 97 64 187 82 55 30 9 9 14 7 7 – 3 187 78.6 819 498 256 626 397 210 152 67 30 45 45 3 3 41 1 027 71.8 45 37 32 31 31 26 14 6 6 – – – – – 108 63.0 107 80 43 85 63 33 17 17 10 16 16 3 3 13 164 67.1 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 14 – 11 5 – 11 5 – – – – – – – – – 11 72.7 52 49 24 35 32 14 17 17 10 13 13 – – 13 117 68.4

UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLDS
Total Male and female Both male Both female 30 30 – – 254 254 – – 27 27 – – 45 45 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

SELECTED LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Households With one or more subfamilies With related members 15 years and over other than spouse, children, parents, or parents-in-law of householder With roomer, boarder, or foster child 15 years and over 663 15 72 40 2 194 87 197 44 332 16 58 – 1 017 32 71 11 51 – 8 – 153 12 5 – 6 – – – 21 – – – 69 7 – –

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 119.

Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 Con.

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
Salvadoran South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Peruvian Venezuelan All other Hispanic origin

AGE
All persons Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 29 years 30 to 34 years 35 to 39 years 40 to 44 years 45 to 49 years 50 to 54 years 55 to 59 years 60 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Median age 102 2 – 16 4 – 5 19 5 38 13 – – – – – – – 30.0 984 42 12 95 73 39 37 64 92 78 166 57 135 16 41 11 13 13 32.4 198 9 – 34 5 9 8 15 14 24 28 – 35 – 8 9 – – 31.0 89 – 9 6 6 – – 6 23 – 11 – 22 – 6 – – – 28.8 401 24 2 28 34 20 26 36 30 9 82 26 45 12 27 – – – 30.3 95 – – 7 28 – – – – 11 32 – 2 – – 2 13 – 35.2 79 – – 20 – 7 – 7 – 25 – 6 9 – – – – 5 31.1 1 782 92 45 156 110 91 75 251 189 138 108 126 67 76 65 98 54 41 26.9

FERTILITY
Women 15 to 24 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 25 to 34 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 35 to 44 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women No children 1 child 2 children 3 children 4 children 5 or more children Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women 2 2 1 000 2 2 1 000 24 43 1 792 24 43 1 792 – – – – – – – – – – – – 89 12 135 7 – – 38 40 053 33 40 212 123 266 163 7 12 64 34 6 – 123 266 163 23 – – – – – 10 30 000 10 30 000 14 21 500 – 7 7 – – – 14 21 500 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 56 12 214 7 – – – – – – – – 57 127 2 228 7 – 29 15 6 – 57 127 2 228 – – – – – – 11 – – 11 – – 20 48 2 400 – – 12 8 – – 20 48 2 400 7 – – – – – 5 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 254 81 319 46 44 957 183 193 055 155 166 071 115 275 391 27 24 28 17 6 13 101 275 723

1 1

3 3

1 1

2

1

2

2

1

2

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
All persons In households Family householder Male Female Nonfamily householder Male Female Spouse Child Other relatives Nonrelatives In group quarters Persons per household Persons per family 102 102 37 37 – – – – 24 20 7 14 – 3.57 3.19 984 969 279 262 17 60 55 5 223 317 71 19 15 3.16 3.56 198 190 58 58 – 9 9 – 51 65 – 7 8 2.99 3.21 89 89 40 34 6 9 9 – 7 33 – – – 3.43 3.75 401 394 98 98 – 24 24 – 80 134 46 12 7 3.72 4.35 95 95 15 4 11 13 13 – 20 35 12 – – 1.75 2.40 79 79 26 26 – 5 – 5 9 34 5 – – 2.52 2.81 1 782 1 685 388 243 145 86 31 55 368 608 60 175 97 2.80 2.93

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN
Families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Married-couple families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Female householder, no husband present With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Subfamilies With own children under 18 years Married-couple subfamilies With own children under 18 years Mother-child subfamilies Persons under 18 years Percent living with two parents 37 19 19 32 19 19 – – – 3 3 3 3 – 22 100.0 279 211 80 253 196 71 17 6 – 12 12 – – 12 261 83.9 58 45 31 49 36 22 – – – – – – – – 57 84.2 40 26 11 34 20 11 6 6 – – – – – – 21 42.9 98 84 24 98 84 24 – – – 12 12 – – 12 108 80.6 15 2 – 4 2 – 11 – – – – – – – 35 100.0 26 26 – 26 26 – – – – – – – – – 27 100.0 388 170 101 257 107 80 104 38 14 17 17 – – 16 494 68.8

UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLDS
Total Male and female Both male Both female – – – – 9 9 – – 9 9 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 36 36 – –

SELECTED LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Households With one or more subfamilies With related members 15 years and over other than spouse, children, parents, or parents-in-law of householder With roomer, boarder, or foster child 15 years and over 37 5 5 – 339 9 29 – 67 – – – 49 – – – 122 9 18 – 28 – 11 – 31 – – – 474 11 29 11

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Table 120.

Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic

Dominican (Dominican Republic)

Central American

Costa Rican

Guatemalan

Panamanian

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL
Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school Preprimary school Public school Elementary or high school Public school College Public college Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Persons 18 to 24 years Percent enrolled in college Persons 16 to 19 years Percent not enrolled, not high school graduate 754 28 23 547 545 179 156 754 19 335 100 43 51 106 100 478 13.4 143 35.0 478 92 96 8 1 338 185 212 262 275 168 42 48 117 29 549 41 67 78 133 99 26 27 61 17 1 338 13.8 50.7 30.2 10.9 490 34.5 8.2 263 82.5 13.3 2 268 1 443 216 1 192 29 6 841 105 724 6 6 162 2 196 632 94 532 6 – 2 985 145 102 2 412 2 213 428 328 2 985 94 1 765 504 127 203 132 160 1 152 19.9 590 22.5 1 152 361 285 35 3 720 348 583 902 906 526 109 107 187 52 1 800 200 255 357 493 251 50 63 100 31 3 720 9.4 50.7 26.4 6.4 710 59.3 3.5 751 73.9 10.7 363 834 834 879 62 59 2 571 759 1 757 21 34 399 6 992 1 229 446 763 3 17 7 5 1 3 263 18 14 110 53 135 111 263 – 101 27 43 44 17 31 129 67.4 57 – 129 23 106 – 540 6 37 36 49 123 30 28 114 117 259 – 28 27 26 60 14 21 56 27 540 1.1 85.4 76.3 42.8 91 93.4 45.1 87 78.2 25.3 797 478 27 374 53 24 178 – 128 29 21 49 759 52 – 29 7 16 1 226 43 5 711 628 472 362 1 226 13 503 141 86 159 157 167 525 36.2 254 9.8 525 220 168 19 1 967 46 123 277 365 338 110 76 336 296 1 002 28 63 145 226 175 63 42 175 85 1 967 2.3 77.3 58.8 32.1 396 68.9 33.1 319 85.0 26.3 3 227 1 832 277 1 468 45 42 648 71 541 2 34 119 3 072 223 35 163 – 25 91 – – 62 49 29 22 91 – 43 – – 19 29 – 25 32.0 – – 25 8 6 – 71 – 8 8 8 24 – – 7 16 21 – 8 – – 6 – – 7 – 71 – 77.5 66.2 32.4 40 80.0 15.0 6 100.0 – 159 119 23 96 – – 76 23 53 – – 22 151 44 3 41 – – 207 21 – 85 80 101 84 207 8 67 22 14 30 26 40 73 50.7 41 12.2 73 21 29 6 312 – 14 46 51 66 34 13 64 24 173 – 14 22 35 42 10 – 40 10 312 – 80.8 64.4 28.2 80 70.0 10.0 92 89.1 34.8 493 334 44 265 7 18 178 29 129 2 18 31 458 59 – 41 – 18 6 – – – – 6 – 6 – – – – 6 – – 20 30.0 – – 20 14 – 6 23 – – – 8 9 – – 6 – 23 – – – 8 9 – – 6 – 23 – 100.0 65.2 26.1 – – – 6 100.0 100.0 43 23 – 23 – – 8 – 8 – – – 43 – – – – – 18 – – 12 7 6 – 18 – 5 – 7 6 – – 13 46.2 7 – 13 – 6 – 42 – – 10 – – – – 27 5 21 – – 10 – – – – 11 – 42 – 76.2 76.2 76.2 – – – 6 100.0 100.0 66 47 11 26 – 10 31 – 21 – 10 10 60 10 – – – 10 108 8 – 66 66 34 29 108 8 42 22 – 4 12 20 4 100.0 22 – 4 – 4 – 137 – 9 19 28 50 – – 17 14 82 – 9 7 19 33 – – 9 5 137 – 79.6 59.1 22.6 37 67.6 21.6 46 100.0 13.0 218 115 16 92 7 – 60 16 42 2 – – 218 – – – – –

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 18 to 24 years High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Females 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Persons 25 years and over less than 5th grade high school graduate or higher some college or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Males 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Females 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Persons 5 years and over Speak a language other than English 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Do not speak English " very well" 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN HOUSEHOLD
Linguistically isolated households Persons 5 years and over in households In linguistically isolated households 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over

DISABILITY STATUS OF CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
Persons 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Persons 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Persons 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation 1 691 31 12 6 25 125 103 17 1 566 1 333 55 – – – 17 8 8 2 4 760 367 209 45 248 492 154 305 4 268 3 390 80 19 8 11 59 39 39 19 596 34 6 6 34 22 14 8 574 483 53 10 4 10 24 5 5 5 2 343 137 20 14 117 78 24 45 2 265 1 786 80 21 21 21 72 24 24 12 89 6 – – 6 – – – 89 58 – – – – – – – – 334 15 – – 15 8 1 7 326 270 13 – – – 18 8 8 8 43 9 – – 9 – – – 43 43 – – – – – – – – 33 6 – – 6 – – – 33 33 6 – – – 10 – – – 156 – – – – 8 1 7 148 125 7 – – – – – – –

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 120.

Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 Con.

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
Salvadoran South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Peruvian Venezuelan All other Hispanic origin

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL
Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school Preprimary school Public school Elementary or high school Public school College Public college Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Persons 18 to 24 years Percent enrolled in college Persons 16 to 19 years Percent not enrolled, not high school graduate 61 13 – 7 7 41 41 61 – 20 – – 14 14 13 24 58.3 5 100.0 24 – 14 – 56 – 5 17 – 7 – 13 14 – 24 – 5 5 – – – – 14 – 56 – 60.7 60.7 25.0 19 36.8 – 24 58.3 58.3 100 90 17 73 – – 71 13 58 – – 13 100 41 – 41 – – 350 7 – 195 181 148 115 350 – 156 39 30 36 49 40 101 58.4 76 9.2 101 27 56 4 622 23 36 39 94 106 9 34 102 179 258 14 10 32 45 41 9 20 29 58 622 3.7 84.2 69.1 45.2 132 76.5 57.6 38 55.3 13.2 930 651 116 509 13 13 181 – 176 – 5 39 915 66 10 56 – – 67 – – 48 48 19 19 67 – 39 9 8 11 – – 23 82.6 17 – 23 12 7 4 118 – 24 15 9 – 9 – 17 44 51 – 10 10 – – 9 – 8 14 118 – 66.9 59.3 51.7 28 32.1 – 10 – – 189 152 39 113 – – 49 – 49 – – 14 181 34 10 24 – – 27 – – 12 6 15 9 27 – 12 – – 6 9 – 6 100.0 – – 6 – 6 – 62 – – – 6 9 – – 9 38 13 – – – 6 – – – – 7 62 – 100.0 90.3 75.8 23 100.0 100.0 – – – 80 45 – 45 – – 6 – 6 – – – 80 – – – – – 131 7 – 70 62 54 30 131 – 50 20 19 12 10 20 62 38.7 46 15.2 62 12 36 – 231 9 12 12 79 36 – 8 42 33 80 – – 12 39 8 – – 21 – 231 3.9 85.7 51.5 32.5 39 69.2 48.7 – – – 375 276 67 209 – – 82 – 82 – – 12 368 12 – 12 – – 55 – – 35 35 20 20 55 – 35 – – – – 20 – – – – – – – – 60 – – 5 – 22 – 20 – 13 31 – – 3 – 8 – 20 – – 60 – 91.7 91.7 21.7 – – – 11 100.0 – 95 50 – 37 13 – 17 – 17 – – – 95 – – – – – 59 – – 27 27 32 32 59 – 20 7 – 7 25 – 7 100.0 7 – 7 – 7 – 45 14 – – – – – 6 20 5 19 14 – – – – – – – 5 45 31.1 68.9 68.9 55.6 20 100.0 100.0 5 100.0 100.0 79 33 7 21 – 5 10 – 5 – 5 5 79 5 – 5 – – 578 15 5 369 318 194 141 578 5 237 80 42 74 53 87 326 26.4 137 9.5 326 164 77 9 962 23 65 184 212 142 67 29 163 77 550 14 31 91 146 86 44 22 99 17 962 2.4 71.7 49.7 24.9 144 58.3 28.5 183 88.5 25.7 1 645 728 94 598 25 11 213 19 183 – 11 27 1 548 54 22 25 – 7

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 18 to 24 years High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Females 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Persons 25 years and over less than 5th grade high school graduate or higher some college or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Males 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Females 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Persons 5 years and over Speak a language other than English 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Do not speak English " very well" 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN HOUSEHOLD
Linguistically isolated households Persons 5 years and over in households In linguistically isolated households 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over

DISABILITY STATUS OF CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
Persons 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Persons 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Persons 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation 80 – – – – – – – 80 54 – – – – – – – – 723 57 14 14 43 – – – 723 567 13 13 13 13 13 8 8 – 150 14 – – 14 – – – 150 117 – – – – – – – – 68 6 – – 6 – – – 68 62 – – – – – – – – 308 14 14 14 – – – – 308 217 – – – – – – – – 47 – – – – – – – 47 36 13 13 13 13 – – – – 54 – – – – – – – 54 45 – – – – 5 – – – 1 197 59 6 – 53 70 23 38 1 127 891 54 8 8 8 41 8 8 4

130

DELAWARE

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 121.

Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Employed Persons for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic

Dominican (Dominican Republic)

Central American

Costa Rican

Guatemalan

Panamanian

PLACE OF BIRTH, NATIVITY, AND CITIZENSHIP
All persons Native Born in State of residence Born in a different State Northeast Midwest South West Born abroad Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Born abroad of American parents Foreign born Naturalized citizen Not a citizen 2 613 1 675 628 983 133 98 430 322 64 7 – 57 938 253 685 8 8 2 1 1 163 104 546 646 190 62 317 77 3 912 3 731 119 62 59 16 43 856 441 226 185 108 13 50 14 30 5 12 13 415 353 62 3 519 2 083 812 996 600 64 226 106 275 109 12 154 1 436 703 733 204 92 39 53 34 – 19 – – – – – 112 35 77 549 206 93 74 69 – 5 – 39 – – 39 343 96 247 57 34 – 34 34 – – – – – – – 23 – 23 66 21 7 11 11 – – – 3 – – 3 45 22 23 258 110 81 20 20 – – – 9 – – 9 148 39 109

RESIDENCE IN 1985
Persons 5 years and over Same house Different house in the United States Same county Different county Same State Different State Northeast Midwest South West Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Elsewhere 2 268 599 1 314 540 774 37 737 251 36 238 212 – 13 342 363 923 359 275 084 49 1 035 708 15 223 89 857 43 181 7 2 3 2 1 797 395 396 245 151 – 151 78 17 56 – – – 6 3 227 1 175 1 621 625 996 76 920 442 25 371 82 38 14 379 159 19 97 35 62 – 62 36 – 26 – 11 – 32 493 108 237 83 154 24 130 86 – 23 21 – – 148 43 – 37 6 31 – 31 23 – 8 – – – 6 66 31 29 6 23 – 23 7 – 3 13 – – 6 218 64 94 45 49 – 49 41 – – 8 – – 60

PLACE OF WORK
Workers 16 years and over Worked in county of residence Worked outside county of residence 1 462 1 122 340 3 226 2 890 336 475 402 73 1 742 1 502 240 65 49 16 237 221 16 43 37 6 29 29 – 84 74 10

MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK AND TRAVEL TIME TO WORK
Workers 16 years and over Car, truck, or van Drove alone Carpooled Persons per car, truck, or van Public transportation Bus or trolley bus Streetcar or trolley car Subway or elevated Railroad Ferryboat Taxicab Motorcycle Bicycle Walked Other means Worked at home Mean travel time to work (minutes) 1 462 1 275 882 393 1.23 10 10 – – – – – – 10 117 48 2 19.0 3 226 2 784 2 082 702 1.16 117 107 – – 10 – – 8 – 217 46 54 18.5 475 421 331 90 1.12 25 25 – – – – – 4 – 10 12 3 24.0 1 742 1 508 1 261 247 1.10 23 15 – – 6 – 2 15 17 137 21 21 20.5 65 51 28 23 1.29 8 8 – – – – – – – – – 6 16.2 237 153 112 41 1.15 7 7 – – – – – – 5 58 14 – 17.7 43 23 14 9 1.24 – – – – – – – – – 20 – – 28.7 29 22 16 6 1.16 – – – – – – – – – 7 – – 14.8 84 59 46 13 1.12 7 7 – – – – – – 5 13 – – 18.8

INDUSTRY
Employed persons 16 years and over Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Metal industries Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation Communications and other public utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Food, bakery, and dairy stores Eating and drinking places Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Business and repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Educational services Public administration 1 396 253 – 101 308 270 237 21 6 38 6 – – – 19 39 9 80 239 60 82 47 28 42 – 15 13 174 45 67 28 48 3 190 82 – 198 730 473 154 88 20 257 76 67 46 20 15 95 12 160 442 45 204 126 175 210 4 119 48 598 181 84 191 191 470 – – 24 175 127 – – 21 48 – – 7 – 29 3 – 16 41 – 17 22 7 18 – – 11 109 40 11 39 44 1 713 10 – 107 327 223 54 30 25 104 12 – 15 – 27 52 20 62 316 48 122 66 63 78 15 109 7 434 75 80 182 47 58 – – – 5 5 – 5 – – – – – – – 11 – 24 6 – – – – – – – – 12 6 – – – 225 2 – 14 14 – – – – 14 – – – – – 22 12 7 54 8 26 27 – – 10 – – 63 13 21 23 – 43 – – 14 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 14 8 – 9 – – – – – 6 – – 6 – 23 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 – 7 – – – – – – 16 – 10 – – 90 2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – 10 12 – 25 – 11 18 – – – – – 23 – 11 12 –

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP210 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 16/ 93 1:04 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA10. 08/ 06/ 93 19:40:58 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 131 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 06/ 93 19:41:32 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 06/ 93 19:41:33 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES10. 08/ 06/ 93 19:54:22

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Table 121.

Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Employed Persons for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 Con.

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
Salvadoran South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Peruvian Venezuelan All other Hispanic origin

PLACE OF BIRTH, NATIVITY, AND CITIZENSHIP
All persons Native Born in State of residence Born in a different State Northeast Midwest South West Born abroad Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Born abroad of American parents Foreign born Naturalized citizen Not a citizen 102 22 5 4 4 – – – 13 – – 13 80 12 68 984 382 106 212 135 31 46 – 64 6 – 58 602 322 280 198 46 17 14 14 – – – 15 – – 15 152 42 110 89 29 12 8 – – 8 – 9 – – 9 60 51 9 401 146 45 86 53 21 12 – 15 6 – 9 255 145 110 95 67 7 49 49 – – – 11 – – 11 28 7 21 79 54 20 34 14 – 20 – – – – – 25 20 5 1 782 1 403 574 657 362 33 156 106 172 103 12 57 379 250 129

RESIDENCE IN 1985
Persons 5 years and over Same house Different house in the United States Same county Different county Same State Different State Northeast Midwest South West Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Elsewhere 100 – 24 12 12 – 12 – – 12 – – – 76 930 404 397 100 297 5 292 161 19 106 6 – – 129 189 34 95 21 74 – 74 40 – 34 – – – 60 80 25 55 – 55 – 55 19 – 36 – – – – 375 168 159 57 102 – 102 66 19 17 – – – 48 95 50 36 – 36 – 36 25 – 11 – – – 9 79 68 6 – 6 – 6 – – – 6 – – 5 1 645 644 890 407 483 47 436 159 6 216 55 27 14 70

PLACE OF WORK
Workers 16 years and over Worked in county of residence Worked outside county of residence 54 54 – 528 395 133 85 85 – 50 24 26 214 158 56 36 24 12 45 25 20 912 837 75

MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK AND TRAVEL TIME TO WORK
Workers 16 years and over Car, truck, or van Drove alone Carpooled Persons per car, truck, or van Public transportation Bus or trolley bus Streetcar or trolley car Subway or elevated Railroad Ferryboat Taxicab Motorcycle Bicycle Walked Other means Worked at home Mean travel time to work (minutes) 54 32 19 13 1.25 – – – – – – – – – 8 14 – 12.8 528 488 424 64 1.09 6 – – – 6 – – – 12 14 – 8 26.4 85 85 68 17 1.14 – – – – – – – – – – – – 16.5 50 50 50 – 1.00 – – – – – – – – – – – – 33.3 214 193 169 24 1.09 – – – – – – – – 12 9 – – 28.6 36 28 25 3 1.06 – – – – – – – – – – – 8 37.3 45 40 20 20 1.50 – – – – – – – – – 5 – – 34.8 912 816 697 119 1.08 2 – – – – – 2 15 – 65 7 7 18.2

INDUSTRY
Employed persons 16 years and over Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Metal industries Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation Communications and other public utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Food, bakery, and dairy stores Eating and drinking places Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Business and repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Educational services Public administration 54 – – – 14 – – – – 14 – – – – – 12 – 7 8 – 8 – – – – – – 13 13 – – – 534 – – 30 122 78 14 6 18 44 12 – 15 – 4 2 8 15 55 28 19 18 10 25 5 35 7 178 30 16 89 24 98 – – – 24 24 – – 9 – – – – – – – – – 29 21 – – – 5 – 9 – 31 8 – 9 – 56 – – – 9 9 – – 9 – – – – – – – – 9 – – – 11 – – – – – 27 – – 27 – 209 – – 24 61 20 14 – – 41 9 – 15 – 4 2 8 – 12 – 12 – – 9 5 18 7 59 9 – 41 4 36 – – – 15 12 – – – 3 3 – – – – – – – – – – – – 11 – 8 – 2 – – 2 – 45 – – 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 7 – 7 – – – – – 5 – – 5 20 896 8 – 63 186 140 40 19 7 46 – – – – 23 17 – 16 201 12 77 21 53 53 – 74 – 181 26 43 70 23

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Table 122.

Labor Force Characteristics for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic

Dominican (Dominican Republic)

Central American

Costa Rican

Guatemalan

Panamanian

LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 years and over In labor force Percent of persons 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Females 16 years and over In labor force Percent of females 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Males 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Males 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 1 862 1 544 82.9 93 1 451 1 396 1 189 55 3.8 318 6 727 485 66.7 – 485 430 303 55 11.3 242 6 75 57 – 18 271 230 – 16 723 647 – 8 29 20 – 9 23 12 11 11 14 – 14 14 68 22 21 25 110 81 – 29 488 303 34 151 26 21 – 5 24 3 21 21 11 – 11 11 5 190 3 665 70.6 100 3 565 3 190 2 512 375 10.5 1 525 191 2 495 1 621 65.0 12 1 609 1 431 1 052 178 11.1 874 13 288 128 32 128 487 310 24 129 1 667 1 210 130 263 201 102 11 88 23 1 22 14 29 8 21 21 302 150 40 112 393 191 20 182 1 601 1 022 101 466 112 56 17 39 32 12 20 10 55 – 55 51 678 523 77.1 5 518 470 385 48 9.3 155 – 353 227 64.3 – 227 204 151 23 10.1 126 – 19 4 – 15 25 19 6 – 226 202 19 – 20 20 – – 21 21 – – 14 – 14 14 38 12 – 26 56 36 10 10 183 147 13 23 34 9 – 25 9 – 9 9 33 – 33 33 2 615 1 879 71.9 63 1 816 1 713 1 259 103 5.7 736 57 1 368 832 60.8 6 826 746 492 80 9.7 536 – 111 57 – 49 171 135 1 10 782 672 16 67 132 103 – 29 18 – 18 18 33 6 27 13 143 42 13 88 223 144 – 79 808 514 54 234 93 46 13 34 35 – 35 27 66 – 66 66 96 65 67.7 7 58 58 36 – – 31 – 46 20 43.5 – 20 20 14 – – 26 – – – – – – – – – 50 38 – 5 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 25 6 – 19 21 14 – 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – 407 295 72.5 18 277 225 141 52 18.8 112 24 200 122 61.0 – 122 92 67 30 24.6 78 – 24 17 – 7 44 33 – – 130 83 16 24 – – – – – – – – 9 6 3 3 17 – – 17 10 10 – – 141 75 30 36 10 7 – 3 4 – 4 4 18 – 18 18 43 43 100.0 – 43 43 37 – – – – 29 29 100.0 – 29 29 23 – – – – – – – – 14 14 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6 6 – – 23 23 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 55 45 81.8 6 39 23 16 16 41.0 10 – 21 11 52.4 – 11 11 11 – – 10 – 7 7 – – 6 – – – 15 5 10 – – – – – – – – – 6 6 – – – – – – – – – – 11 11 – – – – – – – – – – 10 – 10 10 163 126 77.3 – 126 90 56 36 28.6 37 – 101 67 66.3 – 67 37 28 30 44.8 34 – 7 7 – – – – – – 52 46 6 – – – – – – – – – 3 – 3 3 15 – – 15 4 4 – – 68 26 30 12 10 7 – 3 4 – 4 4 – – – –

PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES
Females 16 years and over own children under 6 years labor force own children 6 to 17 years only labor force Own children under 6 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children under 6 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours With In With In 727 235 125 128 93 living with two 251 176 124 living with one 115 74 46 living with two 329 205 171 living with one 74 66 51 880 517 359 25 17 17 119 84 47 7 – – 13 13 13 – – – – – – 13 13 13 1 311 1 025 572 91 71 32 471 379 257 30 30 30 79 72 52 – – – 8 8 8 64 64 44 419 281 173 15 5 5 109 46 25 10 7 – 38 14 – 14 14 – – – – 24 – – 484 331 169 56 36 20 266 160 111 38 28 28 31 13 13 – – – – – – 16 – – 2 495 579 372 699 534 353 44 21 21 21 1 368 241 155 333 240 46 23 12 – – 200 50 43 50 45 29 – – 9 9 21 – – 11 11 101 33 33 25 25

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Table 122.

Labor Force Characteristics for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 Con.

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
Salvadoran South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Peruvian Venezuelan All other Hispanic origin

LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 years and over In labor force Percent of persons 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Females 16 years and over In labor force Percent of females 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Males 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Males 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 80 54 67.5 – 54 54 27 – – 26 – 26 – – – – – – – – 26 – 3 3 – – 19 19 – – 32 32 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 – – 2 – – – – 24 – – 24 – – – – – – – – – – – – 762 580 76.1 13 567 534 431 33 5.8 182 – 347 199 57.3 – 199 166 94 33 16.6 148 – 26 16 – 10 25 19 – 6 308 292 – 3 43 41 – 2 13 – 13 13 – – – – 50 12 – 38 39 39 – – 236 115 24 97 9 – 9 – – – – – 13 – 13 13 150 117 78.0 – 117 98 74 19 16.2 33 – 74 41 55.4 – 41 22 7 19 46.3 33 – 9 9 – – – – – – 59 59 – – 8 8 – – – – – – – – – – 8 – – 8 15 15 – – 42 7 10 25 9 – 9 – – – – – – – – – 68 62 91.2 – 62 56 50 6 9.7 6 – 13 13 100.0 – 13 7 7 6 46.2 – – – – – – 6 – – 6 43 43 – – 6 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 13 7 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – 313 222 70.9 5 217 209 168 8 3.7 91 – 136 55 40.4 – 55 47 22 8 14.5 81 – 14 7 – 7 12 12 – – 124 116 – 3 27 27 – – – – – – – – – – 32 5 – 27 24 24 – – 80 18 8 54 – – – – – – – – – – – – 60 36 60.0 – 36 36 28 – – 24 – 31 22 71.0 – 22 22 14 – – 9 – – – – – – – – – 14 14 – – 2 – – 2 13 – 13 13 – – – – – – – – – – – – 31 22 – 9 – – – – – – – – – – – – 59 45 76.3 – 45 45 33 – – 14 – 26 12 46.2 – 12 12 – – – 14 – – – – – 7 7 – – 26 26 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 7 – – – – – – 14 5 – 9 – – – – – – – – 5 – 5 5 1 350 939 69.6 25 914 896 651 18 2.0 411 33 775 491 63.4 6 485 468 317 17 3.5 284 – 61 24 – 32 102 83 1 4 294 259 – 35 89 62 – 27 5 – 5 5 24 – 24 10 76 30 13 33 149 89 – 60 410 310 – 94 74 39 4 31 31 – 31 23 35 – 35 35

PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES
Females 16 years and over own children under 6 years labor force own children 6 to 17 years only labor force Own children under 6 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children under 6 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours With In With In 26 7 – 5 – living with two 15 13 13 living with one – – – living with two 7 – – living with one – – – 26 17 5 5 5 5 12 12 – 9 – – – – – – – – 73 54 29 155 96 30 29 – – – – – 61 38 10 35 35 – 27 20 20 207 181 145 16 16 16 4 4 4 – – – 12 12 12 – – – – – – 45 9 9 64 16 7 19 – – 9 – – 26 11 2 – – – – – – 133 103 63 347 61 37 134 64 74 24 7 8 – 13 – – 6 6 136 25 18 60 16 31 – – 20 11 26 – – 9 – 775 107 63 149 131

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Table 123.

Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic

Dominican (Dominican Republic)

Central American

Costa Rican

Guatemalan

Panamanian

LABOR FORCE STATUS OF FAMILY MEMBERS
Married-couple families Husband employed or in Armed Forces Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband unemployed Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband not in labor force Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Female householder, no husband present Employed or in Armed Forces Unemployed 356 321 197 26 – – – 35 – – 63 40 3 1 248 1 104 853 32 27 9 8 117 41 – 472 235 42 187 155 118 – 19 11 – 13 – – 30 21 – 626 560 320 31 6 – – 60 15 – 152 109 6 31 31 23 – – – – – – – 14 14 – 85 76 41 9 6 – – 3 – – 17 17 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 11 5 5 – 6 – – – – – – – – 35 32 17 9 – – – 3 – – 17 17 –

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 to 19 years Enrolled in school Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Not enrolled in school High school graduate Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Not high school graduate Employed Unemployed Not in labor force 143 84 33 18 33 59 9 9 – – 50 37 3 10 590 393 148 48 197 197 64 50 9 5 133 80 15 38 57 52 11 – 41 5 5 5 – – – – – – 254 209 81 – 128 45 20 15 – – 25 3 13 9 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 41 36 14 – 22 5 – – – – 5 3 – 2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 7 7 – – – – – – – – – – – 22 22 7 – 15 – – – – – – – – –

CLASS OF WORKER
Employed persons 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers Employed females 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers 1 396 1 193 42 62 62 29 8 430 323 17 42 15 25 8 3 190 2 545 209 156 149 126 5 1 431 1 141 91 114 50 30 5 470 363 24 59 7 17 – 204 155 13 36 – – – 1 713 1 414 46 112 46 95 – 746 576 12 85 21 52 – 58 38 6 – – 14 – 20 14 – – – 6 – 225 198 – 11 – 16 – 92 76 – 5 – 11 – 43 43 – – – – – 29 29 – – – – – 23 13 – – – 10 – 11 6 – – – 5 – 90 78 – 6 – 6 – 37 31 – – – 6 –

WORK STATUS IN 1989
Persons 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Females 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 1 549 1 046 63 136 107 131 66 1 386 1 154 998 85 499 262 28 65 59 43 42 383 298 230 44 4 020 2 466 187 294 337 319 417 3 272 2 588 2 203 249 1 826 963 72 160 170 166 295 1 311 955 790 128 575 323 52 79 30 29 62 446 390 293 9 264 94 35 71 16 19 29 193 158 86 5 1 954 1 170 49 165 168 115 287 1 484 1 183 1 057 121 866 468 30 81 94 57 136 570 431 371 49 72 33 17 16 6 – – 56 50 33 6 35 15 6 8 6 – – 27 21 15 6 261 117 – 22 57 17 48 197 120 117 51 111 60 – 19 4 – 28 63 60 60 – 29 15 – 14 – – – 15 15 15 – 29 15 – 14 – – – 15 15 15 – 45 22 – – 10 – 13 38 22 22 10 11 11 – – – – – 11 11 11 – 109 56 – 5 6 17 25 76 56 56 – 56 29 – 5 4 – 18 32 29 29 –

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989
Families No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers Married-couple families No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers Husband and wife worked Female householder, no husband present No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers 488 33 150 222 83 356 15 94 247 207 63 15 39 9 1 877 154 617 828 278 1 248 48 251 949 886 472 95 274 103 249 19 39 119 72 187 10 33 144 144 30 9 – 21 819 76 238 382 123 626 39 144 443 380 152 37 60 55 45 – 22 23 – 31 – 8 23 23 14 – 14 – 107 16 23 59 9 85 16 13 56 56 17 – 10 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 11 – – 11 – 11 – – 11 11 – – – – 52 3 16 24 9 35 3 6 26 26 17 – 10 7

VETERAN STATUS AND PERIOD OF SERVICE
Civilian veterans 16 years and over Male May 1975 or later service only September 1980 or later service only Served 2 or more years Vietnam-era service World War II service 148 113 60 44 44 50 26 341 336 139 74 71 125 28 74 74 40 20 20 31 – 233 233 75 41 41 56 36 11 11 11 – – – – 45 45 27 15 15 9 9 – – – – – – – 6 6 – – – – 6 32 32 20 8 8 9 3

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 123.

Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990
Con.

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
Salvadoran South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Peruvian Venezuelan All other Hispanic origin

LABOR FORCE STATUS OF FAMILY MEMBERS
Married-couple families Husband employed or in Armed Forces Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband unemployed Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband not in labor force Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Female householder, no husband present Employed or in Armed Forces Unemployed 32 32 12 – – – – – – – – – – 253 251 122 16 – – – 2 2 – 17 11 6 49 49 11 8 – – – – – – – – – 34 34 14 – – – – – – – 6 – 6 98 98 42 8 – – – – – – – – – 4 2 2 – – – – 2 2 – 11 11 – 26 26 20 – – – – – – – – – – 257 202 134 6 – – – 55 13 – 104 67 –

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 to 19 years Enrolled in school Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Not enrolled in school High school graduate Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Not high school graduate Employed Unemployed Not in labor force 5 – – – – 5 – – – – 5 3 – 2 76 69 28 – 41 7 – – – – 7 – – 7 17 17 9 – 8 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 46 39 12 – 27 7 – – – – 7 – – 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 7 7 – – – – – – – – – – – 137 104 39 – 65 33 20 15 – – 13 – 13 –

CLASS OF WORKER
Employed persons 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers Employed females 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers 54 54 – – – – – – – – – – – – 534 432 – 63 20 19 – 166 98 – 49 – 19 – 98 98 – – – – – 22 22 – – – – – 56 37 – 19 – – – 7 – – 7 – – – 209 185 – 24 – – – 47 23 – 24 – – – 36 26 – 2 – 8 – 22 14 – – – 8 – 45 25 – – 20 – – 12 12 – – – – – 896 746 40 38 26 46 – 468 388 12 31 21 16 –

WORK STATUS IN 1989
Persons 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Females 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 27 7 – 3 17 – – 27 10 7 17 – – – – – – – – – – – 583 441 15 30 16 15 66 447 409 377 – 181 110 7 17 16 – 31 92 79 62 – 106 82 7 – – 9 8 81 81 74 – 30 15 7 – – – 8 14 14 7 – 62 50 – 6 – 6 – 43 43 43 – 7 7 – – – – – – – – – 244 194 8 – – – 42 189 161 153 – 67 47 – – – – 20 35 22 22 – 38 20 – 5 11 – 2 19 17 12 – 22 8 – 3 11 – – 3 3 – – 33 33 – – – – – 33 33 33 – – – – – – – – – – – – 1 038 579 17 97 89 83 173 784 604 530 64 539 283 17 37 68 57 77 388 271 234 43

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989
Families No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers Married-couple families No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers Husband and wife worked Female householder, no husband present No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers 37 13 7 17 – 32 13 7 12 12 – – – – 279 6 77 117 79 253 – 68 185 144 17 6 – 11 58 – 39 19 – 49 – 30 19 11 – – – – 40 6 11 8 15 34 – 11 23 14 6 6 – – 98 – 12 36 50 98 – 12 86 62 – – – – 15 – – 15 – 4 – – 4 4 11 – – 11 26 – 6 20 – 26 – 6 20 20 – – – – 388 54 116 183 35 257 23 55 179 157 104 31 36 37

VETERAN STATUS AND PERIOD OF SERVICE
Civilian veterans 16 years and over Male May 1975 or later service only September 1980 or later service only Served 2 or more years Vietnam-era service World War II service 7 7 7 7 7 – – 52 52 20 20 20 19 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 19 19 – – – 19 – 13 13 – – – – – 20 20 20 20 20 – – 125 125 17 6 6 28 27

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Table 124.

Occupation of Employed Persons for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
Mexican Employed persons 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers Employed females 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers 1 396 145 57 3 27 88 24 6 – – 35 22 262 38 18 68 11 9 48 15 138 – 50 – 9 164 – 2 2 162 67 42 238 – 238 179 33 63 83 408 103 37 35 33 18 215 31 23 430 69 12 – 4 57 11 – – – 28 22 178 26 – 46 2 7 37 15 106 – 50 – – 87 – – – 87 27 7 2 – 2 20 – 5 15 74 22 6 6 6 – 40 – 8 Puerto Rican 3 190 409 203 8 56 206 49 30 5 29 77 53 886 8 41 175 48 23 104 74 662 8 192 29 53 633 4 62 32 567 140 272 111 32 79 450 89 205 156 701 306 104 108 97 28 155 26 34 1 431 210 86 – 20 124 22 8 5 29 62 53 592 8 6 92 5 6 81 59 486 – 192 29 10 351 4 9 – 338 61 143 22 18 4 59 – 10 49 197 116 32 6 6 – 43 – 11 Cuban 470 179 53 10 7 126 26 16 11 – 39 20 145 – 36 51 13 10 28 5 58 – 22 7 – 68 – 34 – 34 – 12 – – – 24 6 18 – 54 18 19 8 8 – 9 – – 204 79 10 10 – 69 10 – – – 31 20 64 – – 25 5 10 10 5 39 – 22 – – 22 – – – 22 – – – – – – – – – 39 12 10 8 8 – 9 – – Other Hispanic 1 713 555 177 6 22 378 120 74 68 22 108 30 427 18 34 182 12 44 126 71 193 11 33 27 22 338 10 28 – 300 124 51 14 5 9 182 33 105 44 197 74 28 41 36 13 41 5 29 746 216 69 6 6 147 26 – 10 17 54 24 256 – 6 99 6 6 87 62 151 9 33 27 4 207 10 10 – 187 49 13 9 – 9 15 – – 15 43 38 – 3 3 – 2 – –

Dominican (Dominican Republic) 58 11 5 – 5 6 – – 6 – – – 8 – – 8 – 8 – – – – – – – 6 – – – 6 – – – – – 17 11 – 6 16 8 – 8 8 – – – – 20 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6 – – – 6 – – – – – 6 – – 6 8 8 – – – – – – –

Central American 225 44 9 – – 35 14 14 5 5 11 6 77 13 8 12 6 – 6 – 44 – – 5 9 57 10 – – 47 26 – – – – 33 7 14 12 14 – 12 2 2 – – – – 92 10 – – – 10 – – – 5 5 – 47 – – 12 6 – 6 – 35 – – 5 – 35 10 – – 25 4 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

Costa Rican 43 – – – – – – – – – – – 29 – – 6 – – 6 – 23 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 14 – 14 – – – – – – – – – – 29 – – – – – – – – – – – 29 – – 6 – – 6 – 23 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

Guatemalan 23 5 – – – 5 – – 5 – – – 11 – – – – – – – 11 – – 5 – 7 – – – 7 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 11 – – – – – – – – – – – 11 – – – – – – – 11 – – 5 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

Panamanian 90 20 9 – – 11 – – – 5 6 6 24 – 8 6 6 – – – 10 – – – 9 32 – – – 32 11 – – – – 12 – – 12 2 – – 2 2 – – – – 37 5 – – – 5 – – – 5 – – 7 – – 6 6 – – – 1 – – – – 25 – – – 25 4 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

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Table 124.

Occupation of Employed Persons for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 Con.

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
Salvadoran Employed persons 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers Employed females 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers 54 14 – – – 14 14 14 – – – – 13 13 – – – – – – – – – – – 8 – – – 8 8 – – – – 7 7 – – 12 – 12 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – South American 534 251 76 – 11 175 75 37 31 – 31 – 120 – 21 46 – 11 35 23 53 5 7 2 13 83 – 9 – 74 40 25 – – – 44 5 33 6 36 23 4 2 2 – 7 – 7 166 62 12 – – 50 18 – – – 12 – 71 – 6 35 – – 35 23 30 5 7 2 4 24 – – – 24 15 – – – – 6 – – 6 3 3 – – – – – – – Argentinean 98 46 15 – – 31 23 16 8 – – – 38 – – 15 – – 15 11 23 – – – 9 9 – – – 9 – 9 – – – 5 5 – – – – – – – – – – – 22 7 – – – 7 7 – – – – – 15 – – 15 – – 15 11 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Chilean 56 50 20 – 11 30 – – – – 21 – 6 – 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 7 – – – 7 – – – – 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Colombian 209 67 23 – – 44 21 21 9 – 5 – 34 – 6 12 – – 12 12 16 – – – 4 61 – 9 – 52 33 14 – – – 33 – 33 – 14 8 4 2 2 – – – – 47 – – – – – – – – – – – 34 – 6 12 – – 12 12 16 – – – 4 13 – – – 13 8 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Peruvian 36 11 – – – 11 11 – – – – – 8 – – 8 – – 8 – – – – – – 2 – – – 2 – 2 – – – – – – – 15 15 – – – – – – – 22 11 – – – 11 11 – – – – – 8 – – 8 – – 8 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 3 – – – – – – – Venezuelan 45 25 – – – 25 20 – – – 5 – 13 – – 6 – 6 – – 7 – 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 – – – – – 7 – 7 12 5 – – – 5 – – – – 5 – 7 – – – – – – – 7 – 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – All other Hispanic origin 896 249 87 6 6 162 31 23 26 17 66 24 222 5 5 116 6 25 85 48 96 6 26 20 – 192 – 19 – 173 58 26 14 5 9 88 10 58 20 131 43 12 29 24 13 34 5 22 468 144 57 6 6 87 8 – 10 12 37 24 138 – – 52 – 6 46 39 86 4 26 20 – 142 – 10 – 132 30 13 9 – 9 3 – – 3 32 27 – 3 3 – 2 – –

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Table 125.

Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Threshold is 50 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic

Dominican (Dominican Republic)

Central American

Costa Rican

Guatemalan

Panamanian

INCOME IN 1989
Households Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Families Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Married-couple families Less than $15,000 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 or more Female householder, no husband present Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Males 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Females 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Per capita income (dollars) Persons in households (dollars) Persons in group quarters (dollars) 663 29 52 57 161 116 146 75 23 4 26 935 31 340 488 18 32 43 116 85 102 65 23 4 29 000 33 252 356 39 90 66 102 38 21 63 15 13 9 19 7 – 1 100 12 704 69.8 13 882 626 9 155 36.1 11 742 9 327 9 347 8 621 2 194 162 204 288 447 398 357 265 47 26 24 903 29 183 1 877 116 191 265 392 339 279 222 53 20 24 387 29 279 1 248 212 267 274 230 206 59 472 75 122 118 82 53 22 2 450 15 061 57.7 18 684 2 169 8 358 36.2 15 607 8 368 8 081 14 404 332 – 16 22 33 51 88 60 21 41 46 369 51 380 249 9 – 16 24 48 48 54 9 41 47 950 53 472 187 6 24 36 27 44 50 30 9 – – – 21 – 339 26 629 61.1 31 319 320 10 761 26.9 20 500 17 963 18 591 4 442 1 017 80 47 48 192 192 171 160 65 62 30 875 40 891 819 61 30 45 137 140 187 128 29 62 34 718 42 001 626 67 78 102 162 128 89 152 28 7 11 59 47 – 1 123 18 496 61.1 27 115 980 10 552 37.9 20 474 12 633 13 002 4 610 51 14 – – 15 17 – 5 – – 23 750 23 592 45 14 – – 15 11 – 5 – – 22 679 23 405 31 8 7 11 – 5 – 14 6 – – 8 – – 37 16 458 48.6 25 833 35 8 958 42.9 17 344 5 284 5 234 6 520 153 13 18 14 19 29 36 19 – 5 27 083 30 833 107 13 – 5 11 24 36 13 –