Education score by occupation, 2006-2008
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Education score by occupation, 2006-2008Scores:1 - 4th grade or less6 - Associate degreeDesign factor2.1
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Universe: Civilian work force (ESR1 = 1)2 - 5th thru 8th grade7 - Bachelor's degreeMOE = 2*DF*sqrt((97/(3B))*p*(100-p))
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Compare means: OCC90 by EDSCORE, split on NATIVITY3 - High school, no diploma8 - Master's degree
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Source: IPUMS_201001134 - High school graduate9 - Advanced degree
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NOTE: Statistically insignificant results are flagged
in "MOE%" (margin of error) in bold red type.
5 - Some college
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Occupation Mean - allStd. Error - allMOE - allMOE% - allN - allMean - nativeStd. Error - nativeMOE - nativeMOE% - nativeN - nativeMean - foreign-
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Std. error - Foreign-
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MOE - foreign-
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MOE% - foreign-
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N - foreign-bornForeign%%MOE
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Chief executives and public administrators6.570.0040.0070.1%161,8276.510.0040.0080.1%125,1296.750.0080.0160.2%36,69822.7%2.5%
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Financial managers6.30.0040.0080.1%136,0996.190.0040.0090.1%103,4536.650.0070.0150.2%32,64624.0%2.8%
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Human resources and labor relations managers6.10.0080.0150.2%42,7096.230.0080.0160.3%33,1235.660.0180.0370.6%9,58622.4%4.8%
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Managers and specialists in marketing, advertising, and publ6.520.0030.0070.1%146,9016.460.0040.0070.1%119,1576.760.0080.0170.2%27,74418.9%2.4%
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Managers in education and related fields7.070.0050.0100.1%89,6427.110.0050.0100.1%77,1726.840.0150.0310.4%12,47013.9%2.8%
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Managers of medicine and health occupations6.60.0070.0140.2%51,6766.580.0080.0150.2%38,7606.680.0140.0280.4%12,91625.0%4.5%
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Managers of food-serving and lodging establishments5.140.0040.0090.2%125,5265.360.0050.0100.2%67,2864.890.0070.0150.3%58,24046.4%3.4%
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Managers of properties and real estate5.610.0050.0110.2%89,4515.690.0060.0120.2%68,8385.340.0130.0250.5%20,61323.0%3.4%
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Funeral directors5.780.0270.0540.9%2,4055.940.0270.0530.9%2,1594.370.0760.1513.5%24610.2%14.8%
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Managers of service organizations, n.e.c.6.540.0070.0140.2%45,6866.530.0080.0150.2%38,1726.60.0190.0380.6%7,51416.4%4.1%
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Managers and administrators, n.e.c.6.040.0020.0040.1%792,43360.0020.0040.1%598,3546.160.0040.0090.1%194,07924.5%1.2%
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Accountants and auditors6.690.0020.0040.1%271,5496.590.0030.0060.1%173,4536.870.0030.0060.1%98,09636.1%2.2%
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Insurance underwriters5.960.0130.0270.4%10,0995.980.0150.0290.5%8,2035.910.0340.0681.1%1,89618.8%9.3%
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Other financial specialists6.280.0040.0080.1%148,3316.240.0040.0090.1%113,0196.410.0080.0150.2%35,31223.8%2.6%
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Management analysts6.960.0050.0090.1%85,8876.910.0050.0100.1%67,8907.130.0100.0200.3%17,99721.0%3.3%
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Personnel, HR, training, and labor relations specialists6.090.0040.0090.1%106,1306.110.0050.0090.2%87,40560.0120.0240.4%18,72517.6%2.8%
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Purchasing agents and buyers, of farm products4.310.0410.0811.9%1,5634.920.0460.0921.9%7553.730.0590.1183.2%80851.7%30.2%
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Buyers, wholesale and retail trade5.40.0080.0160.3%30,7265.360.0080.0170.3%23,5695.540.0190.0380.7%7,15723.3%5.8%
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Purchasing managers, agents and buyers, n.e.c.5.970.0060.0120.2%56,3885.940.0060.0130.2%45,3236.120.0150.0290.5%11,06519.6%4.0%
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Business and promotion agents6.360.0140.0290.5%9,9546.480.0150.0300.5%8,1755.790.0380.0771.3%1,77917.9%9.2%
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Construction inspectors5.470.0100.0200.4%14,3885.40.0100.0200.4%12,3875.850.0360.0711.2%2,00113.9%6.9%
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Inspectors and compliance officers, outside construction6.30.0100.0190.3%19,3886.20.0110.0210.3%15,0976.630.0200.0410.6%4,29122.1%7.1%
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Management support occupations6.190.0090.0170.3%29,0036.140.0100.0190.3%21,1876.340.0180.0370.6%7,81626.9%6.2%
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Architects7.190.0060.0110.2%31,5847.140.0070.0130.2%23,5087.330.0110.0210.3%8,07625.6%5.9%
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Aerospace engineer7.210.0060.0120.2%30,1827.130.0070.0150.2%21,5997.40.0110.0220.3%8,58328.4%6.2%
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Metallurgical and materials engineers, variously phrased7.080.0230.0450.6%3,0586.730.0280.0560.8%1,5887.450.0330.0660.9%1,47048.1%21.6%
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Petroleum, mining, and geological engineers7.190.0230.0460.6%1,4386.910.0260.0510.7%9427.730.0340.0690.9%49634.5%29.9%
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Chemical engineers7.250.0150.0310.4%4,5997.10.0180.0360.5%2,8217.480.0260.0530.7%1,77838.7%17.1%
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Civil engineers7.140.0050.0090.1%45,4367.010.0060.0120.2%29,6457.380.0070.0140.2%15,79134.8%5.3%
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Electrical engineer7.110.0050.0100.1%54,3056.730.0070.0140.2%27,9077.50.0060.0120.2%26,39848.6%5.1%
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Industrial engineers6.70.0080.0170.2%20,4456.420.0110.0210.3%13,2057.220.0120.0230.3%7,24035.4%8.0%
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Mechanical engineers6.670.0090.0170.3%19,6706.490.0100.0210.3%13,1597.050.0150.0300.4%6,51133.1%8.0%
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Not-elsewhere-classified engineers7.160.0040.0080.1%82,3696.90.0050.0110.2%47,5627.520.0060.0110.1%34,80742.3%4.1%
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Computer systems analysts and computer scientists6.310.0030.0050.1%227,9596.130.0030.0060.1%162,4366.760.0050.0100.1%65,52328.7%2.3%
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Operations and systems researchers and analysts6.340.0090.0180.3%21,6306.250.0100.0210.3%17,4756.750.0190.0370.6%4,15519.2%6.4%
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Actuaries7.330.0220.0440.6%1,5117.230.0280.0550.8%1,0657.580.0330.0650.9%44629.5%28.0%
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Mathematicians and mathematical scientists7.610.0200.0400.5%4,7417.350.0240.0480.7%2,9958.040.0320.0630.8%1,74636.8%16.7%
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Physicists and astronomers8.390.0190.0370.4%2,5328.230.0240.0480.6%1,7938.810.0160.0330.4%73929.2%21.6%
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Chemists7.570.0090.0190.2%10,7517.420.0130.0260.3%5,2167.720.0130.0270.3%5,53551.5%11.5%
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Atmospheric and space scientists7.470.0350.0690.9%7127.50.0380.0751.0%6457.220.0510.1031.4%679.4%26.1%
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Geologists7.40.0100.0200.3%9,0387.330.0110.0220.3%7,6027.760.0270.0540.7%1,43615.9%9.2%
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Physical scientists, n.e.c.8.170.0060.0120.1%28,5187.940.0080.0170.2%15,3138.440.0080.0160.2%13,20546.3%7.1%
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Agricultural and food scientists7.180.0270.0550.8%3,0346.860.0330.0661.0%2,0827.880.0390.0781.0%95231.4%20.1%
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Biological scientists7.640.0090.0180.2%13,4727.510.0100.0200.3%9,5397.970.0170.0340.4%3,93329.2%9.4%
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Foresters and conservation scientists6.830.0250.0510.7%1,7846.80.0260.0530.8%1,7017.340.0520.1041.4%834.7%11.9%
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Medical scientists8.340.0080.0150.2%17,1518.190.0130.0260.3%8,2078.480.0080.0170.2%8,94452.1%9.1%
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Physicians8.910.0020.0030.0%92,0568.910.0020.0040.0%60,9558.90.0030.0070.1%31,10133.8%3.7%
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Dentists8.90.0040.0070.1%25,0448.920.0050.0090.1%13,8748.880.0060.0120.1%11,17044.6%7.5%
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Veterinarians8.80.0110.0210.2%7,1368.780.0120.0240.3%6,4568.960.0110.0210.2%6809.5%8.3%
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Optometrists8.840.0110.0210.2%4,7508.820.0130.0260.3%3,5528.90.0160.0320.4%1,19825.2%15.0%
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Podiatrists8.810.0170.0350.4%1,1558.750.0220.0450.5%88090.0000.0000.0%27523.8%29.9%
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Other health and therapy8.40.0100.0190.2%12,9458.450.0110.0230.3%9,0328.270.0180.0360.4%3,91330.2%9.6%
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Registered nurses6.730.0020.0040.1%247,0666.690.0020.0050.1%158,0766.80.0030.0060.1%88,99036.0%2.3%
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Pharmacists8.310.0070.0140.2%22,4478.340.0090.0190.2%12,4008.270.0100.0200.2%10,04744.8%7.9%
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Dietitians and nutritionists6.350.0200.0390.6%9,2196.640.0200.0390.6%6,7075.590.0460.0911.6%2,51227.2%11.1%
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Respiratory therapists6.160.0100.0190.3%9,2986.040.0110.0230.4%6,8056.480.0170.0350.5%2,49326.8%11.0%
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Occupational therapists7.260.0090.0180.2%6,9177.220.0100.0200.3%5,7657.50.0200.0390.5%1,15216.7%10.7%
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Physical therapists7.040.0080.0160.2%25,1177.120.0090.0180.3%19,3506.760.0190.0370.5%5,76723.0%6.3%
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Speech therapists7.840.0070.0140.2%10,9287.90.0060.0130.2%9,7517.30.0390.0771.1%1,17710.8%7.1%
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Therapists, n.e.c.7.20.0110.0210.3%16,7137.280.0110.0230.3%14,1426.790.0300.0600.9%2,57115.4%6.7%
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Physicians' assistants6.620.0190.0380.6%8,8496.560.0220.0450.7%6,8816.860.0360.0721.0%1,96822.2%10.6%
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Subject instructors (HS/college)7.940.0030.0060.1%145,0387.890.0030.0070.1%107,9258.10.0060.0120.1%37,11325.6%2.7%
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Kindergarten and earlier school teachers5.870.0050.0100.2%61,8485.870.0050.0110.2%46,1645.890.0110.0210.4%15,68425.4%4.2%
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Primary school teachers7.340.0010.0030.0%351,1457.360.0020.0030.0%310,7637.20.0050.0100.1%40,38211.5%1.3%
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Secondary school teachers7.360.0030.0060.1%83,9977.380.0030.0060.1%72,9357.280.0080.0170.2%11,06213.2%2.8%
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Special education teachers6.840.0090.0170.2%21,9296.920.0090.0180.3%19,1766.260.0260.0530.8%2,75312.6%5.3%
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Teachers , n.e.c.5.70.0030.0060.1%242,0235.710.0030.0070.1%188,3715.660.0070.0140.3%53,65222.2%2.0%
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Vocational and educational counselors6.590.0060.0110.2%79,7296.580.0060.0120.2%67,8496.610.0150.0300.5%11,88014.9%3.0%
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Librarians6.920.0100.0190.3%18,5006.90.0110.0210.3%15,6047.040.0240.0470.7%2,89615.7%6.4%
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Archivists and curators6.810.0230.0470.7%4,6046.730.0250.0500.7%4,1247.480.0460.0921.2%48010.4%10.8%
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Economists, market researchers, and survey researchers6.880.0080.0160.2%25,8136.770.0090.0190.3%20,1757.280.0150.0300.4%5,63821.8%6.1%
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Psychologists8.440.0050.0090.1%27,2518.470.0040.0090.1%24,2588.150.0240.0470.6%2,99311.0%4.5%
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Social scientists, n.e.c.7.360.0170.0340.5%4,8587.310.0180.0360.5%4,0207.610.0450.0901.2%83817.2%12.9%
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Urban and regional planners7.430.0110.0220.3%4,3897.40.0120.0240.3%3,8607.640.0210.0420.5%52912.1%11.7%
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Social workers6.710.0050.0100.2%78,6116.760.0060.0110.2%61,1526.540.0110.0230.3%17,45922.2%3.5%
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Recreation workers5.450.0060.0120.2%49,7955.490.0070.0130.2%42,3115.240.0180.0360.7%7,48415.0%3.8%
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Clergy and religious workers6.750.0070.0150.2%54,2806.810.0080.0160.2%39,1246.610.0160.0320.5%15,15627.9%4.6%
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Lawyers8.860.0020.0030.0%137,2448.880.0020.0030.0%122,7618.70.0070.0150.2%14,48310.6%2.0%
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Writers and authors7.010.0070.0130.2%32,0057.030.0070.0130.2%28,6946.860.0270.0530.8%3,31110.3%4.1%
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Technical writers6.920.0130.0260.4%9,5606.910.0130.0260.4%8,6327.020.0600.1211.7%9289.7%7.2%
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Designers6.070.0040.0080.1%129,2806.140.0040.0080.1%94,1395.870.0090.0190.3%35,14127.2%3.0%
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Musician or composer5.60.0100.0200.4%28,8205.780.0100.0200.3%21,6765.060.0270.0541.1%7,14424.8%6.1%
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Actors, directors, producers6.320.0060.0110.2%55,9736.320.0060.0120.2%48,8326.350.0180.0350.6%7,14112.8%3.4%
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Art makers: painters, sculptors, craft-artists, and print-ma6.290.0070.0140.2%40,2116.30.0070.0140.2%32,4576.240.0190.0370.6%7,75419.3%4.7%
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Photographers5.620.0090.0190.3%22,2745.680.0100.0200.4%17,6715.380.0240.0480.9%4,60320.7%6.5%
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Dancers4.890.0240.0491.0%3,0344.960.0260.0511.0%2,4554.580.0650.1312.9%57919.1%17.0%
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Art/entertainment performers and related5.640.0110.0210.4%21,6975.520.0120.0240.4%13,2205.810.0190.0380.7%8,47739.1%7.9%
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Editors and reporters6.570.0050.0110.2%49,7776.580.0060.0110.2%43,0716.480.0180.0360.6%6,70613.5%3.7%
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Announcers5.340.0180.0350.7%7,0835.510.0180.0370.7%5,5004.750.0430.0851.8%1,58322.3%11.8%
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Athletes, sports instructors, and officials5.50.0080.0170.3%34,8815.440.0090.0180.3%30,8115.990.0250.0490.8%4,07011.7%4.1%
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Clinical laboratory technologies and technicians6.120.0080.0160.3%30,3836.010.0100.0200.3%17,5016.280.0120.0250.4%12,88242.4%6.8%
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Dental hygenists6.550.0090.0180.3%13,5036.520.0090.0190.3%11,8386.790.0270.0530.8%1,66512.3%6.8%
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