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Employment status, sex, race, and Hispanic or Latino ethnicity

Total, 25 years and older

Hispanic or Latino ethnicity Civilian noninstitutional population………… Civilian labor force................................. Percent of population………………… Employed........................................... Employment-population ratio……… Unemployed....................................... Unemployment rate........................

26,145 18,642 71.3 16,687 63.8 1,955 10.5

Men Civilian noninstitutional population………… Civilian labor force................................. Percent of population………………… Employed........................................... Employment-population ratio……… Unemployed....................................... Unemployment rate........................

13,430 11,187 83.3 9,969 74.2 1,218 10.9

Women Civilian noninstitutional population………… Civilian labor force................................. Percent of population………………… Employed........................................... Employment-population ratio……… Unemployed....................................... Unemployment rate........................

12,714 7,455 58.6 6,718 52.8 737 9.9

Less than a high school diploma

High school graduates, no college

9,763 6,064 62.1 5,233 53.6 831 13.7

7,736 5,658 73.1 5,069 65.5 589 10.4

5,130 4,048 78.9 3,508 68.4 539 13.3

4,114 3,494 84.9 3,114 75.7 380 10.9

4,634 2,016 43.5 1,724 37.2 291 14.5

3,622 2,163 59.7 1,955 54.0 208 9.6

3,421

1,682

3,543

2,670

1,357

2,894

78.0

80.7

81.7

2,414

1,242

2,729

70.6

73.8

77.0

255

115

166

9.6

8.5

5.7

1,714

940

1,805

1,201

704

1,371

70.1

74.9

75.9

1,093

647

1,298

63.8

68.9

71.9

108

57

73

9.0

8.1

5.3

Bachelor's degree and higher

1,707

742

1,737

1,469

653

1,524

86.1

87.9

87.7

1,321

595

1,431

77.4

80.1

82.4

148

58

93

10.1

8.9

6.1

Table 4. Employment status of people 25 years and older by educational attainment, sex, race, and Hispanic or Latino ethnicity, 2009 annual averages—Continued

Some college,

Associate's

no degree

degree

(Numbers in thousands)

NOTE: Estimates for the above race groups (White, Black or African American, and Asian) do not sum to totals because data are not presented for all races. People whose ethnicity is identified as Hispanic or Latino may be of any race.

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