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Mining....
Construction...
Manufacturing....
Durable goods....

Motor vehicles and equipment...
Nondurable goods...

Food and kindred products....
Transportation, communications, and other public
utilities.....

Transportation. Wholesale trade.. Retail trade.....

Eating and drinking places...
Finance, insurance, and real estate.
Service industries...

Personal services, including private household,
Business services...
Repair services..
Entertainment and recreation.....
Professional and related services.

Health services, including hospitals.
Education....

Other professional services,
Public administration..

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DEFINITIONS AND EXPLANATIONS

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Most of the statistics in this report are from the Bureau of
the Ceraus, remaining data are from other governmental and
private sources. The Census Bureau statistics in Part One.
"Historical Trends: 1790 to 1975," are compiled primarily
from two sources-decennial censuses and Current Popula
tion Surveys (CPS). Other sources of Census Bureau data
presented in Part One are the Censuses ni
Surveys of Minorin.

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Appendix C

Another modification attects CPS data from March 1973 through March 1978. Starting in January 1972, 1970 ansus-based population controls, metropolitan residence definitions, and other materials were introduced into the sampling and estimation procedures. The major item affecting comparability at the national level is the introduction of population controls based on the 1970 census. Figures for previous Yes

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SOURCE AND RELIABILITY OF THE DATA

Source of Data

Most of the estimates in this report are based on data ob
tained from the Current Population Survey and Decennial
Censuses conducted by the Bureau of the Census Other
data were provided by private concerns and various govern-
mental agencies including the Bureau of Labor Statistics,
National Center for Health Statistics, and the Department of
Defense. A complete list of sources is shown in Appendix A,
"References for Tables."

questions are asked in most months about various population
characteristics.

The present CPS sample was initially selected from the
1970 census file and it updated continuously to reflect new
construction where possible (see section, "Nonsampling
Variability," below). The monthly CPS sample is spread over
461 areas with coverage in each of the 50 States and the
District of Columbia. A supplementary sample of housing
units in 24 States and the District of Columbia was incor
porated with the monthly CPS sample to produce the 1977
and 1978 data. The expanded CPS sample is located in 614
areas comprising 1.113 counties, independent cities, and
divisions in the Nation. The 614 sample areas used include
461 areas from the monthly CPS and 153 supplementary
areas.

The following table provides a description of some aspects of the CRS sample designs in use during the reference data collection periods

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Persons by Region and Sex for Selected Years: 1910 to 1970 ....

238 Population by Age and Sex: 1890 and 1930.. 239 Population, by Age and Sex for Selected Years: 1970 to 1977 ..

240 Population 18 Years Old and Over, by Years of School Completed and Sex: 1965, 1970, and 1975....

241 Number in Civilian Labor Force, by Age and Sex for Selected Years: 1954 to 1975 ...... 241 Civilian Labor Force for Married Men With Spouse Present: 1962 to 1975...

242 Number of Persons 5 to 20 Years Old, by Age and Sex: 1890, 1910, and 1940 ..

243 Number of Persons 5 to 29 Years Old, by Age and Sex: 1950, 1960, 1970, and 1975. ..... 244 Number of Persons 14 to 17 Years Old, Enrolled in School, by Age: 1950, 1960, and 1970. ...

245 Population 14 Years Old and Over, by Sex and Age for Selected Years: 1890 to 1969...... 246

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Total Population Inside and outside Metropolitan Areas, by Size of Metropolitan Area: 1960, 1970, and 1975..

227 Number of Families and Standard Errors of Median Income of Families for Selected Years: 1947 to 1974 ...

228 Number of Families and Standard Errors of Median Income of Families by Region: 1964, 1969, and 1974. ...

229 Number of Families by Region for Selected Years: 1953 to 1974 .

230 Number of Families and Standard Errors of Median Income by Type of family and Labor Force Status of Wife: 1964, 1967, 1969, and 1974. ...

231 Number of Families and Standard Errors of the Median Income of Families by Number of Earners: 1964, 1967, 1969, and 1974 ... ... 232 Number of Families and Standard Errors or Median Income of Family Heads by Work Experience: 1967, 1969, and 1974... 233 Number and Standard Errors of Median Income of Husband-Wife Families With Head Under 35 Years Old by Earning Status of Husband and Wife and Region: 1959, 1969, and 1974 .... 234 Number and Standard Errors of Median Income for All Persons 14 Years Old and Over With Income and for Year-Round FullTime Workers in 1974, by Sex for Selected

235 Years: 1948 to 1974. Number of Persons With Income and Standard Errors of Median Income for All Persons with Wage or Salary Income and for Year Round Full-Time Workers With Wage or Salary

236 Income: 1974. ... Number of Families, by Selected Characteristics: 1959, 1969, and 1974. ..... 237

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