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Occupation Crosswalks for Comparing Data from 1990 Census to Census 2000

Information About the 1990-2000 Occupation Table Crosswalks [PDF - 2.3M]

SF-3 and SF-4 Occupation Table Data Crosswalks, 1990-2000: United States [PDF - 73M]

This table presents, side by side, the 1990 U.S. data from STF-3 and STF-4 converted into the Census 2000 occupation categories, and the Census 2000 U.S. data from SF-3 and SF-4 published on American FactFinder. Also shown is the percent change for each occupation category from 1990 to 2000.

PUMS and Special EEO Tabulation Occupation Data Crosswalk, 1990-2000: United States [PDF - 77M]

This table presents, side by side, the 1990 U.S. data converted into the full 509 Census 2000 occupation categories and the 471 Special EEO Tabulation categories. Also shown is the percent change for each occupation category from 1990 to 2000.

Instructions for Creating 1990-2000 Occupation Crosswalks, Using Input to the Occupation Crosswalk Template [PDF - 2.3M]

This item provides instructions on how to use the Excel template below and download data from American FactFinder, and thereby create your own crosswalks.

Template for Converting 1990 Census STF-3 Occupation Categories to Census 2000 SF-3 Occupation Categories; SF-3 Detailed and Quick Table Profiles [XLS - 60k]

This is an Excel template that will enable you to create your own 1990-2000 Occupational crosswalks for sub-national areas. Using the instructions above, you can download 1990 and 2000 occupation data from the American FactFinder into the template table. The table contains formulas with the adjustment factors needed to convert the 1990 data into the 2000 categories. The table then automatically does the conversion and displays the 1990 and 2000 data side by side, with the percent change for each category.


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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Industry and Occupation |  Last Revised: 2013-02-26T09:40:29.902-05:00