Native and foreign-born workers by occupation, CA, 2008
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Nativity by occupation, 1990 codes, CaliforniaDesign factor2.2MOE =2*DF*sqrt((99*Y*(1-(Y/N)))
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Universe: Workers (LABFORCE = 2)N36,756,666
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Crosstab: NATIVITY by OCC90Percent N18,682,620MOE =2*DF*sqrt((99/B)*p*(100-p))
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Source: IPUMS_20100111
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Note: Red %MOE (margin of error) indicates
Foreign% is not statistically significant.
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Occupation NativeForeign-bornTotalForeign%%MOE%Low%High
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Chief executives and public administrators124,00038,608162,60823.7%4.6%19.1%28.4%
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Financial managers104,29831,871136,16923.4%5.0%18.4%28.4%
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Human resources and labor relations managers35,29810,70446,00223.3%8.6%14.6%31.9%
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Managers and specialists in marketing, advertising, and publ129,09329,654158,74718.7%4.3%14.4%23.0%
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Managers in education and related fields76,86111,99988,86013.5%5.0%8.5%18.5%
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Managers of medicine and health occupations37,67912,67150,35025.2%8.5%16.7%33.6%
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Managers of food-serving and lodging establishments67,64358,515126,15846.4%6.1%40.2%52.5%
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Managers of properties and real estate66,58820,11686,70423.2%6.3%16.9%29.5%
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Funeral directors1,6251451,7708.2%28.5%-20.3%36.7%
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Managers of service organizations, n.e.c.38,5138,68447,19718.4%7.8%10.6%26.2%
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Managers and administrators, n.e.c.610,102201,008811,11024.8%2.1%22.7%26.9%
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Accountants and auditors173,620108,025281,64538.4%4.0%34.3%42.4%
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Insurance underwriters8,2871,4619,74815.0%15.8%-0.8%30.8%
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Other financial specialists103,10831,260134,36823.3%5.0%18.2%28.3%
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Management analysts67,44620,35087,79623.2%6.2%16.9%29.4%
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Personnel, HR, training, and labor relations specialists87,18318,667105,85017.6%5.1%12.5%22.8%
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Purchasing agents and buyers, of farm products49324273532.9%75.9%-43.0%108.8%
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Buyers, wholesale and retail trade23,7107,06830,77823.0%10.5%12.5%33.5%
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Purchasing managers, agents and buyers, n.e.c.45,96311,07257,03519.4%7.3%12.2%26.7%
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Business and promotion agents10,9612,46713,42818.4%14.6%3.7%33.0%
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Construction inspectors13,3742,47715,85115.6%12.6%3.0%28.3%
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Inspectors and compliance officers, outside construction15,4504,25519,70521.6%12.8%8.8%34.4%
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Management support occupations23,9998,87932,87827.0%10.7%16.3%37.7%
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Architects22,3608,39730,75727.3%11.1%16.2%38.4%
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Aerospace engineer22,7508,51831,26827.2%11.0%16.2%38.3%
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Metallurgical and materials engineers, variously phrased2,0221,2453,26738.1%37.2%0.9%75.3%
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Petroleum, mining, and geological engineers1,1045971,70135.1%50.7%-15.6%85.8%
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Chemical engineers2,2911,4533,74438.8%34.9%3.9%73.7%
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Civil engineers28,67216,78645,45836.9%9.9%27.0%46.8%
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Electrical engineer27,50229,47056,97251.7%9.2%42.6%60.9%
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Industrial engineers11,9286,51118,43935.3%15.4%19.9%50.7%
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Mechanical engineers12,4897,13919,62836.4%15.0%21.3%51.4%
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Not-elsewhere-classified engineers46,85136,28683,13743.6%7.5%36.1%51.2%
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Computer systems analysts and computer scientists170,42671,174241,60029.5%4.1%25.4%33.5%
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Operations and systems researchers and analysts17,2194,21821,43719.7%11.9%7.8%31.6%
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Actuaries1,1053721,47725.2%49.4%-24.3%74.6%
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Mathematicians and mathematical scientists3,8821,9375,81933.3%27.0%6.2%60.3%
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Physicists and astronomers1,3781,2942,67248.4%42.3%6.1%90.8%
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Chemists5,8515,50711,35848.5%20.5%28.0%69.0%
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Atmospheric and space scientists804388424.5%31.3%-26.8%35.8%
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Geologists8,2211,7299,95017.4%16.6%0.7%34.0%
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Physical scientists, n.e.c.16,41114,20330,61446.4%12.5%33.9%58.9%
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Agricultural and food scientists3,1941,3274,52129.4%29.6%-0.3%59.0%
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Biological scientists10,4143,56513,97925.5%16.1%9.4%41.6%
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Foresters and conservation scientists1,727731,8004.1%20.4%-16.3%24.4%
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Medical scientists9,1049,73118,83551.7%15.9%35.7%67.6%
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Physicians59,52530,30489,82933.7%6.9%26.8%40.6%
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Dentists14,99011,08626,07642.5%13.4%29.1%55.9%
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Veterinarians5,9672836,2504.5%11.5%-7.0%16.0%
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Optometrists3,6391,2854,92426.1%27.4%-1.3%53.5%
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Podiatrists9335141,44735.5%55.1%-19.6%90.6%
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Other health and therapy8,8134,93413,74735.9%17.9%18.0%53.8%
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Registered nurses160,28395,028255,31137.2%4.2%33.0%41.4%
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Pharmacists12,62610,96823,59446.5%14.2%32.3%60.7%
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Dietitians and nutritionists7,6633,31710,98030.2%19.2%11.0%49.4%
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Respiratory therapists7,2282,3089,53624.2%19.2%5.0%43.4%
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Occupational therapists6,2241,4897,71319.3%19.7%-0.4%39.0%
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Physical therapists19,1155,00624,12120.8%11.4%9.3%32.2%
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Speech therapists9,2331,85911,09216.8%15.5%1.2%32.3%
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Therapists, n.e.c.18,3502,89521,24513.6%10.3%3.3%23.9%
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Physicians' assistants4,7521,1805,93219.9%22.7%-2.8%42.6%
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Subject instructors (HS/college)115,70238,163153,86524.8%4.8%20.0%29.6%
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Kindergarten and earlier school teachers48,18314,94563,12823.7%7.4%16.3%31.1%
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Primary school teachers325,25344,320369,57312.0%2.3%9.7%14.3%
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Secondary school teachers74,73613,39588,13115.2%5.3%9.9%20.5%
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Special education teachers20,9282,49323,42110.6%8.8%1.8%19.5%
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Teachers , n.e.c.201,77158,291260,06222.4%3.6%18.8%26.0%
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Vocational and educational counselors72,41012,58884,99814.8%5.3%9.5%20.1%
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Librarians17,4022,85220,25414.1%10.7%3.4%24.8%
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Archivists and curators4,6366595,29512.4%19.9%-7.4%32.3%
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Economists, market researchers, and survey researchers21,4525,21926,67119.6%10.6%8.9%30.2%
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Psychologists28,2863,81132,09711.9%7.9%4.0%19.8%
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Social scientists, n.e.c.5,5385246,0628.6%15.8%-7.2%24.4%
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Urban and regional planners3,9699154,88418.7%24.4%-5.7%43.2%
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Social workers59,14320,49279,63525.7%6.8%19.0%32.5%
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Recreation workers42,7316,99749,72814.1%6.8%7.2%20.9%
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Clergy and religious workers38,62013,77152,39126.3%8.4%17.9%34.7%
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Lawyers131,62917,184148,81311.5%3.6%7.9%15.2%
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Writers and authors28,5143,64132,15511.3%7.7%3.6%19.1%
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Technical writers8,8518709,7218.9%12.7%-3.7%21.6%
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Designers100,36637,110137,47627.0%5.2%21.8%32.2%
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Musician or composer22,9086,52829,43622.2%10.6%11.6%32.8%
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Actors, directors, producers49,2008,94158,14115.4%6.5%8.8%21.9%
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Art makers: painters, sculptors, craft-artists, and print-ma32,9786,75339,73117.0%8.2%8.7%25.2%
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Photographers20,5115,96026,47122.5%11.2%11.3%33.8%
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Dancers2,5653052,87010.6%25.2%-14.6%35.8%
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Art/entertainment performers and related12,4489,10721,55542.3%14.7%27.5%57.0%
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Editors and reporters43,1576,65849,81513.4%6.7%6.7%20.0%
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Announcers6,6621,6328,29419.7%19.1%0.6%38.8%
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Athletes, sports instructors, and officials32,1845,03537,21913.5%7.8%5.8%21.3%
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Clinical laboratory technologies and technicians17,22314,71631,93946.1%12.2%33.9%58.3%
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Dental hygenists12,52364413,1674.9%8.2%-3.3%13.1%
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Health record tech specialists9,5273,03912,56624.2%16.7%7.5%40.9%
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