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Total families ……………………………………………………………

78,361

With employed member(s) ………………………………………………… As a percent of total families ……………………………………………

63,010 80.4

With unemployed member(s) …………………………………………… As a percent of total families ………………………………………… Some member(s) employed …………………………………………… As a percent of families with unemployed member(s)…………… Some usually work full time ………………………………………… As a percent of families with unemployed member(s)………

9,381 12.0 6,438 68.6 5,460 58.2

Married-couple families …………………………………………………

58,124

With employed member(s) ………………………………………………… As a percent of total families ……………………………………………

47,876 82.4

With unemployed member(s) …………………………………………… As a percent of total families ………………………………………… Some member(s) employed …………………………………………… As a percent of families with unemployed member(s)…………… Some usually work full time ………………………………………… As a percent of families with unemployed member(s)………

6,056 10.4 4,838 79.9 4,182 69.1

Families maintained by women ………………………………………

14,610

With employed member(s) ………………………………………………… As a percent of total families ……………………………………………

10,642 72.8

With unemployed member(s) …………………………………………… As a percent of total families ………………………………………… Some member(s) employed …………………………………………… As a percent of families with unemployed member(s)…………… Some usually work full time ………………………………………… As a percent of families with unemployed member(s)………

2,309 15.8 1,065 46.1 823 35.6

Families maintained by men ……………………………………………

5,627

With employed member(s) ………………………………………………… As a percent of total families ……………………………………………

4,492 79.8

With unemployed member(s) …………………………………………… As a percent of total families ………………………………………… Some member(s) employed …………………………………………… As a percent of families with unemployed member(s)…………… Some usually work full time ………………………………………… As a percent of families with unemployed member(s)………

1,016 18.1 535 52.7 455 44.8

63,774

9,318

3,471

10,489

51,494

7,022

3,057

8,852

80.7

75.4

88.1

84.4

7,089

1,624

394

1,770

11.1

17.4

11.4

16.9

5,072

886

306

1,228

71.5

54.6

77.7

69.4

4,294

748

272

1,021

60.6

46.1

69.0

57.7

49,970

4,260

2,776

6,741

40,913

3,551

2,462

5,951

81.9

83.4

88.7

88.3

4,972

626

304

1,109

9.9

14.7

11.0

16.5

3,986

483

252

864

80.2

77.2

82.9

77.9

3,432

424

224

736

69.0

67.7

73.7

66.4

9,590

4,086

447

2,608

7,169

2,764

377

1,917

74.8

67.6

84.3

73.5

1,399

774

51

442

14.6

18.9

11.4

16.9

705

293

30

232

50.4

37.9

58.8

52.5

541

228

26

171

38.7

29.5

51.0

38.7

4,214

972

248

1,140

3,412

707

218

984

81.0

72.7

87.9

86.3

717

224

38

219

17.0

23.0

15.3

19.2

381

110

24

132

53.1

49.1

63.2

60.3

321

96

22

113

44.8

42.9

57.9

51.6

Hispanic or Latino ethnicity

Table 8. Employment and unemployment in families by type of family, race, and Hispanic or Latino ethnicity, 2009 annual averages

(Numbers in thousands)

Family type and employment status of family members

Total

Asian

White

Black or African American

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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