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TABLE 1. Employment, Work Experience, and Earnings by Age and Education: Civilian Noninstitutional Population: New York: Both Sexes

(Data from the 2000 Census. Workers who worked 50 weeks or more and 35 or more hours per week in 1999 were classified as year-round full-time (YRFT) workers. The relative earnings of a given group equals the median earnings of the group divided by $32,717, the median earnings of US YRFT workers aged 21 to 64, times 100)


                                        Total                                     Worked year-round full-time in 1999
                                                            Employed                                           Relative
                                             Perc.                                                 Median      earnings
                                  Number     dist.       Number   Percent      Number   Percent  earnings  (US Med=100)

21 to 64 years                10,849,660     100.0    7,639,525      70.4   5,543,240      51.1   $36,448         111.4
 Not a high school graduate    1,325,275      12.2      615,055      46.4     394,955      29.8   $21,836          66.7
 High school graduate          2,848,410      26.3    1,892,690      66.4   1,377,730      48.4   $29,586          90.4
 Some college                  2,982,570      27.5    2,213,285      74.2   1,593,985      53.4   $34,654         105.9
 Bachelor degree               1,924,870      17.7    1,554,475      80.8   1,159,355      60.2   $46,776         143.0
 Advanced degree               1,292,735      11.9    1,102,035      85.2     836,375      64.7   $58,477         178.7

21 to 24 years                   949,020     100.0      603,495      63.6     280,935      29.6   $21,624          66.1
 Not a high school graduate      109,590      11.5       52,975      48.3      25,300      23.1   $16,168          49.4
 High school graduate            228,740      24.1      144,260      63.1      80,745      35.3   $19,448          59.4
 Some college                    367,215      38.7      232,275      63.3      97,550      26.6   $21,312          65.1
 Bachelor degree                 183,430      19.3      139,805      76.2      61,100      33.3   $30,649          93.7
 Advanced degree                  17,135       1.8       11,445      66.8       4,965      29.0   $30,314          92.7
25 to 34 years                 2,657,635     100.0    1,948,425      73.3   1,418,955      53.4   $32,416          99.1
 Not a high school graduate      280,850      10.6      139,125      49.5      85,995      30.6   $19,568          59.8
 High school graduate            622,910      23.4      424,240      68.1     306,885      49.3   $26,531          81.1
 Some college                    737,715      27.8      563,885      76.4     413,770      56.1   $30,598          93.5
 Bachelor degree                 602,530      22.7      501,720      83.3     384,435      63.8   $41,216         126.0
 Advanced degree                 302,385      11.4      258,395      85.5     186,750      61.8   $46,018         140.7
35 to 44 years                 3,061,265     100.0    2,287,495      74.7   1,715,825      56.0   $38,730         118.4
 Not a high school graduate      328,730      10.7      166,190      50.6     108,590      33.0   $21,740          66.4
 High school graduate            821,595      26.8      590,260      71.8     439,155      53.5   $30,788          94.1
 Some college                    875,100      28.6      686,880      78.5     519,640      59.4   $37,105         113.4
 Bachelor degree                 539,635      17.6      446,680      82.8     345,915      64.1   $51,697         158.0
 Advanced degree                 364,525      11.9      320,380      87.9     247,625      67.9   $60,131         183.8
45 to 54 years                 2,521,035     100.0    1,886,025      74.8   1,452,665      57.6   $41,016         125.4
 Not a high school graduate      301,480      12.0      146,900      48.7      98,985      32.8   $23,879          73.0
 High school graduate            664,930      26.4      468,680      70.5     356,990      53.7   $31,873          97.4
 Some college                    660,970      26.2      522,025      79.0     405,970      61.4   $39,185         119.8
 Bachelor degree                 401,300      15.9      338,210      84.3     269,650      67.2   $51,942         158.8
 Advanced degree                 387,460      15.4      348,450      89.9     275,785      71.2   $63,552         194.2
55 to 64 years                 1,660,710     100.0      914,080      55.0     674,855      40.6   $39,067         119.4
 Not a high school graduate      304,625      18.3      109,870      36.1      76,090      25.0   $26,235          80.2
 High school graduate            510,235      30.7      265,245      52.0     193,955      38.0   $31,757          97.1
 Some college                    341,570      20.6      208,220      61.0     157,055      46.0   $39,339         120.2
 Bachelor degree                 197,975      11.9      128,065      64.7      98,260      49.6   $52,123         159.3
 Advanced degree                 221,230      13.3      163,370      73.8     121,255      54.8   $65,371         199.8

ADDENDUM
65 to 74 years                 1,263,295     100.0      234,235      18.5     107,690       8.5   $35,944         109.9
 Not a high school graduate      317,730      25.2       32,615      10.3      13,940       4.4   $23,212          70.9
 High school graduate            421,690      33.4       66,275      15.7      28,545       6.8   $29,314          89.6
 Some college                    207,665      16.4       46,270      22.3      20,720      10.0   $35,072         107.2
 Bachelor degree                 120,115       9.5       33,280      27.7      16,955      14.1   $50,646         154.8
 Advanced degree                 120,190       9.5       44,880      37.3      22,685      18.9   $65,490         200.2


Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Income |  Last Revised: June 03, 2010