Native and foreign-born workers by occupation, 1970-2008
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Occupation by citizenship by year - 1970 - California
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Universe: Civilian labor force (ESR1 = 1)
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Crosstab: CIT2 by OCC90, layered by YEAR
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Source: IPUMS_20100216
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OccupationNativeForeignTotalForeign%
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Financial managers41,1003,40044,5007.6%
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Managers and specialists in marketing, advertising, and publ57,6004,90062,5007.8%
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Managers in education and related fields19,0001,10020,1005.5%
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Managers of medicine and health occupations6,5001,0007,50013.3%
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Postmasters and mail superintendents2,0002,0000.0%
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Managers of food-serving and lodging establishments28,2005,20033,40015.6%
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Managers of properties and real estate17,4003,20020,60015.5%
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Funeral directors2,4002,4000.0%
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Managers and administrators, n.e.c.510,80041,400552,2007.5%
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Accountants and auditors74,6007,70082,3009.4%
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Purchasing agents and buyers, of farm products1,0004001,40028.6%
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Buyers, wholesale and retail trade16,7002,00018,70010.7%
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Purchasing managers, agents and buyers, n.e.c.18,7001,70020,4008.3%
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Construction inspectors2,5003002,80010.7%
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Inspectors and compliance officers, outside construction8,1004008,5004.7%
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Architects7,5007008,2008.5%
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Aerospace engineer20,0001,80021,8008.3%
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Metallurgical and materials engineers, variously phrased1,4001001,5006.7%
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Petroleum, mining, and geological engineers8008000.0%
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Chemical engineers3,8006004,40013.6%
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Civil engineers23,0003,10026,10011.9%
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Electrical engineer46,1005,10051,20010.0%
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Industrial engineers20,9001,70022,6007.5%
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Mechanical engineers21,7003,60025,30014.2%
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Not-elsewhere-classified engineers24,0003,30027,30012.1%
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Computer systems analysts and computer scientists15,9001,20017,1007.0%
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Operations and systems researchers and analysts11,60060012,2004.9%
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Actuaries3003000.0%
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Statisticians1,5003001,80016.7%
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Mathematicians and mathematical scientists1,0001001,1009.1%
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Physicists and astronomers4,2007004,90014.3%
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Chemists8,8001,50010,30014.6%
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Atmospheric and space scientists2002000.0%
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Geologists1,2001001,3007.7%
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Agricultural and food scientists1,6002001,80011.1%
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Biological scientists3,8003004,1007.3%
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Foresters and conservation scientists5,5005,5000.0%
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Physicians28,4005,10033,50015.2%
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Dentists9,40070010,1006.9%
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Veterinarians2,3002002,5008.0%
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Optometrists1,8001001,9005.3%
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Podiatrists50010060016.7%
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Other health and therapy1,7001001,8005.6%
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Registered nurses80,70011,70092,40012.7%
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Pharmacists8,9009009,8009.2%
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Dietitians and nutritionists3,5008004,30018.6%
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Therapists, n.e.c.8,7007009,4007.4%
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Earth, environmental, and marine science instructors80010090011.1%
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Biological science instructors2,0003002,30013.0%
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Chemistry instructors1,5003001,80016.7%
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Physics instructors1,6001001,7005.9%
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Psychology instructors8002001,00020.0%
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Economics instructors70020090022.2%
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History instructors1,8002002,00010.0%
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Sociology instructors50010060016.7%
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Engineering instructors1,6004002,00020.0%
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Math instructors1,5004001,90021.1%
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Education instructors60010070014.3%
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Law instructors30010040025.0%
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Theology instructors5005000.0%
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Home economics instructors5005000.0%
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Subject instructors (HS/college)31,6005,50037,10014.8%
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Kindergarten and earlier school teachers16,6001,40018,0007.8%
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Primary school teachers131,3005,100136,4003.7%
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Secondary school teachers85,9003,90089,8004.3%
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Teachers , n.e.c.25,7002,70028,4009.5%
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Vocational and educational counselors9,90050010,4004.8%
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Librarians10,9001,20012,1009.9%
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Archivists and curators9009000.0%
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Economists, market researchers, and survey researchers7,2005007,7006.5%
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Psychologists4,1003004,4006.8%
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Sociologists5005000.0%
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Social scientists, n.e.c.1,3001001,4007.1%
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Urban and regional planners1,4001,4000.0%
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Social workers35,4002,50037,9006.6%
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Recreation workers10,40010010,5001.0%
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Clergy and religious workers15,4003,20018,60017.2%
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Lawyers28,30080029,1002.7%
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Judges1,1002001,30015.4%
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Writers and authors3,9003,9000.0%
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Designers20,9002,70023,60011.4%
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Musician or composer14,3001,20015,5007.7%
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Actors, directors, producers5,2001,1006,30017.5%
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Art makers: painters, sculptors, craft-artists, and print-ma12,8001,50014,30010.5%
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Photographers8,7001,50010,20014.7%
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Dancers1,2003001,50020.0%
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Art/entertainment performers and related11,60060012,2004.9%
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Editors and reporters15,7001,10016,8006.5%
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Announcers2,4001002,5004.0%
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Athletes, sports instructors, and officials8,1001008,2001.2%
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Clinical laboratory technologies and technicians12,00090012,9007.0%
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Dental hygenists2,2002002,4008.3%
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Health record tech specialists60010070014.3%
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Radiologic tech specialists5,9007006,60010.6%
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