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There were a number of changes in content over 1950, notably broader coverage of employment and education, and the addition of questions on commuting patterns and mobility.
Questions P3-P7 were asked for all persons, but the other items (P8 ff.) were collected on a 25-percent basis. In 1960, the housing unit or the group quarters (the dwelling or nondwelling units in 1950) was the sampling unit, so that everyone living in that unit fell in the sample. There were special procedures for sampling persons in institutions and similar facilities, however. A unit with five or more lodgers or six unrelated individuals (one of whom was designated as head) was classified as “group quarters."
The month of birth (P6) was collected for everyone, but only the quarter was transcribed to the official schedule.
The instructions for completing P5 (race or color) by observation directed that Puerto Ricans, Mexicans, or other persons of Latin descent would be classified as "White" unless they were definitely Negro, Indian, or some other race. Southern European and Near Eastern nationalities also were to be considered White. Asian Indians were to be classified as "Other," and “Hindu” written in.
The husband of a married couple was always to be listed as the head of the household if he was present.
30. Last year (1959), did this person work of all, even for a few days?
m. Did this person work at any time last week?
Include part-time work such as a Soturday job, delivering paper, or helping without pay in a fomily business or form.
Do not count own housework
134. Last year (1959), did this person receive any income from.
What is the amount he received from these sources in 1959 (
#ort figure noi inown. Die best shimote)
1. How many works did he work in 1959, either full-time or
porttimo? Count poid vocation, poid sick loove, ond mile.
40 to 47 weeks
48 to 49 weeks 27 10 39 weeks
50 to 52 weeks 12. How much did this person oorn in 1959 in wages, salary, com
missions, o tips from all jobs?
(Dollon only) 33. How much did he corn in 1959 in profit or lows from working in
Mis own business, professional practice, partnership, or farm?
Doilor only! 35. If this is a man
Hos he ever served in the Army, Navy, or other Armed Forces of
(Check one bor
ns. Does he have job or business from which he was temporarily
absent all last wont because of illness, vacation, or other reasons ?
P24. When did he lost work at all, von for a few days?
1949 or vorliet... 0
Was during Koroon War Thune ISSO to Jon 1955) World War II (Sep 1940 to July 1947) World War I (April 1917 10 Nov 1918) Any other time, including present orice
Questions asked in New York State only
It or comple Bih grade English teacher, POINT sprayor, repair
TV wats, grocery checkor, civil engineer, former, form hond) .. We this persont:
(Check one bor) Employee of private company, business, or indi.
vidvol, for wagos, salory, or commissions
country, or local)
professional prachce, or form
business or form If this ponion worked los work, answer questions 128 and 229
Questions asked only of the U.S. population overseas
Leit the U.S. in (rear)
OR Left before 1940
10. WHEN DID THIS PERSON (LAST) LEAVE THE
Il this person (1)1.lt the US in 1960..
Fxpects to be abroad months or more ....
Expects to be abroad less than ) months ....
13. 11 this person has received, degree from a college,
university, Ariechnical institute..
14. 11 this person har allereded, technical institute
Technical institute vork (thout degree) 11 hou receiving a degree.. HOW MANY YEARS DID ME ATTEND THE TECHNI.
Ficid of study
ortod in question !
Yes. hal language)
Worked at olovoted
or cor pool. O bu or
Other means - Write in strcolor..