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TABLE 17

EMPLOYED MALE CIVILIANS BY LARGE ETHNIC GROUPS AND MAJOR OCCUPATIONS

1940, 1950 */, 1960

                                   All Races                        Percent of Total Employed      
                                              Per            Cauca-                    Japa-
                                     Number   Cent    Haw'n   sian  Chinese  Filipino   nese

Managers, Officials, and
  Proprietors, including      1940   12,612   10.6     5.8    20.0    16.3      1.4      12.9
  Farm                        1950   15,274   12.6     7.9    18.5    20.1      3.0      15.1
                              1960   16,850   12.3            19.4    16.6      2.7      13.7

Clerical, Sales and           1940   12,371   10.4     8.3    16.3    28.6      1.6      11.4
  Kindred Workers             1950   15,049   12.4     9.9    14.1    26.3      3.4      15.1
                              1960   17,149   12.5            13.3    21.3      4.8      14.8

Craftsmen, Foremen, and       1940   15,526   13.0    15.4    17.4    10.2      2.4      18.8
  Kindred Workers             1950   25,251   20.9    22.9    21.2    18.4      7.5      27.7
                              1960   32,312   23.6            19.2    20.7     14.3      30.2

Operatives and Kindred
  Workers                     1940   14,422   12.1    19.8    14.4    12.0      8.0      11.6
                              1950   19,350   16.0    20.1    12.7    11.3     19.9      15.0
                              1960   20,687   15.2            11.7     9.9     22.1      13.0

Services Workers, including
  Household                   1940    8,463    7.1     8.9     3.4     12.3      5.8       8.3
                              1950    9,276    7.1    10.0     6.7      7.8     11.2       5.3
                              1960    9,573    7.0             5.5      7.1     10.6       5.3

*/ The major occupational categories used in 195 are not strictly comparable with those used in 1940, despite an obvious attempt by the census to secure comparability. Corrections have been made for the military population in the 1940 census returns by eliminating "soldiers, sailors, and marines," most of whom were Caucasians.


Source: Lind, p. 82

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