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647. Civilian Labor Force and Participation Rates, by Educational Attainment, Sex, Race, and Hispanic Origin

[As of March. For the civilian noninstitutional population 25 to 64 years of age (102,387 represents 102,387,000). See Table 678 for unemployment data. Based on Current Population Survey; see text, Section 1, Population, and Appendix III]

 
CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION RATE 1
YEAR Percent distribution
SEX, AND RACE
Less High Less Less High Less
Total than a school than a College Total than a school than a College
(1,000) high school graduates, bachelor's graduates high school graduates, bachelor's graduates
diploma no college degree diploma no college degree
 
Total: 2
  1992 102,387 12.2 36.2 25.2 26.4 79.0 60.3 78.3 83.5 88.4
  1993 103,504 11.5 35.2 26.3 27.0 78.9 59.6 77.7 82.9 88.3
  1994 3 104,868 11.0 34.0 27.6 27.3 78.9 58.3 77.8 83.2 88.2
  1995 106,519 10.8 33.1 27.8 28.3 79.3 59.8 77.3 83.2 88.7
  1996 108,037 10.9 32.9 27.7 28.5 79.4 60.2 77.9 83.7 87.8
  1997 3 110,514 10.9 33.0 27.4 28.6 80.1 61.7 82.5 83.7 88.5
  1998 3 111,857 10.7 32.8 27.4 29.1 80.2 63.0 78.4 83.5 88.0
  1999 3 112,542 10.3 32.3 27.4 30.0 80.0 62.7 78.1 83.0 87.6
  Male:
    1992 55,917 13.9 34.7 23.8 27.5 88.6 75.1 89.0 91.8 93.7
    1993 56,544 13.2 33.9 24.7 28.1 88.1 74.9 88.1 90.6 93.7
    1994 3 56,633 12.7 32.9 25.8 28.6 87.0 71.5 86.8 90.3 93.2
    1995 57,454 12.2 32.3 25.7 29.7 87.4 72.0 86.9 90.1 93.8
    1996 58,121 12.7 32.2 26.0 29.1 87.5 74.3 86.9 90.0 92.9
    1997 3 59,268 12.8 32.2 25.8 29.2 87.7 75.2 86.4 90.6 93.5
    1998 3 59,905 12.3 32.3 25.8 29.6 87.8 75.3 86.7 90.0 93.4
    1999 3 60,030 11.7 32.0 25.8 30.5 87.5 74.4 86.6 89.4 93.0
  Female:
    1992 46,469 10.2 37.9 26.9 25.0 70.0 45.6 69.1 76.2 82.2
    1993 46,961 9.3 36.7 28.2 25.8 70.0 44.2 68.8 76.1 82.2
    1994 3 48,235 9.1 35.3 29.8 25.8 71.1 44.7 70.0 77.0 82.5
    1995 49,065 9.1 34.1 30.2 26.6 71.5 47.2 68.9 77.3 82.8
    1996 49,916 8.8 33.7 29.7 27.8 71.8 45.7 69.8 78.1 82.3
    1997 3 51,246 8.7 34.0 29.3 28.0 72.8 47.1 71.4 77.6 83.2
    1998 3 51,953 8.8 33.3 29.3 28.6 73.0 49.8 70.9 77.8 82.3
    1999 3 52,512 8.7 32.7 29.2 29.5 72.8 50.5 70.4 77.4 81.9
  White:
    1992 87,656 11.3 36.1 25.5 27.1 79.8 61.5 78.7 83.8 88.7
    1993 88,457 10.7 35.0 26.4 27.9 79.7 61.1 78.2 83.1 88.8
    1994 3 89,009 10.5 33.7 27.7 28.1 79.8 60.3 78.3 83.5 88.5
    1995 90,192 10.0 32.8 27.8 29.3 80.1 61.6 77.9 83.4 88.8
    1996 91,506 10.4 32.8 27.5 29.3 80.4 62.5 78.6 83.9 88.2
    1997 3 93,179 10.4 32.8 27.3 29.5 81.0 63.8 79.2 83.9 89.0
    1998 3 93,527 10.2 32.7 27.4 29.8 80.6 63.8 78.6 83.5 88.3
    1999 3 94,216 9.8 32.2 27.2 30.8 80.6 64.2 78.5 83.3 87.9
  Black:
    1992 10,936 19.2 40.3 24.9 15.6 74.4 55.4 76.9 83.4 89.1
    1993 11,051 16.8 39.5 27.6 16.1 73.8 53.4 74.7 83.0 89.6
    1994 3 11,368 14.5 39.3 29.2 17.0 73.5 49.4 75.2 82.5 89.5
    1995 11,695 14.1 38.6 29.6 17.7 74.2 51.0 74.5 82.8 90.9
    1996 11,891 14.2 37.2 31.2 17.4 73.7 50.1 74.3 83.0 87.9
    1997 3 12,253 14.3 37.8 31.3 16.6 74.9 52.9 75.0 83.8 89.0
    1998 3 12,893 14.3 37.3 30.1 18.2 77.7 59.3 77.0 85.0 88.8
    1999 3 12,945 13.0 37.2 30.4 19.5 76.5 55.1 76.5 82.9 88.6
  Hispanic: 4
    1992 7,702 39.1 30.2 19.3 11.4 73.8 64.6 77.5 84.2 87.1
    1993 8,010 38.7 29.4 21.0 10.9 73.9 64.9 76.8 84.0 87.3
    1994 3 8,984 38.6 28.7 21.5 11.1 73.2 63.9 77.5 81.9 86.3
    1995 9,298 38.9 28.2 21.3 11.6 73.2 64.7 75.9 81.9 87.9
    1996 9,683 38.9 28.5 21.2 11.3 74.2 65.0 78.2 83.7 87.2
    1997 3 10,556 37.4 28.1 22.1 12.4 75.9 66.4 79.4 85.3 87.7
    1998 3 10,922 37.3 29.1 20.3 13.3 75.8 67.9 78.8 82.3 86.9
    1999 3 11,129 36.5 29.2 21.4 12.9 75.7 67.0 79.0 84.0 85.0



1 See headnote, Table 644.
2 Includes other races, not shown separately.
3 Data not strictly comparable with data for earlier years. See text, Section 13, and February 1994, March 1996 and February 1997, February 1998, and February 1999 issues of Employment and Earnings.
4 Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race.

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, unpublished data.

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