Additional Report Formats for 1990 Census Reports

 

Education Groups
| Education | Earnings | Industry Groups | 
Code Descriptions
 1   Not high school Graduate
 2   High school graduate (includes equivalency)
 3   Some college or Associate degree
 4   Bachelor's degree
 5   Master's degree
 6   Doctoral or progessional degree
 
Earnings Groups
| Education | Earnings | Industry Groups | 
Code Descriptions
 1   No earnings
 2   $1 to $9,999 or loss
 3   $10,000 to 14,999
 4   $15,000 to 24,999
 5   $25,000 to 34,999
 6   $35,000 to 49,999
 7   $50,000 to 74,999
 8   $75,000 to 99,999
 9   $100,000 or more
 10   Mean earnings, (for persons with earnings)
 
Industry Groups
| Education | Earnings | Industry Groups | 
Code Descriptions
 1   Agricultural production (001-011)
 2   Agricultural services (012-030)
 3   Forestry and fisheries (031-039)
Mining:
 4   Coal mining (041)
 5   Oil and gas extraction (042)
 6   Mining, except fuels (040, 043-059)
 7   Construction (060-099)
Manufacturing: Nondurable Goods:
 8   Food and kindred products (100-129)
 9   Textile mill products (132-150)
 10   Apparel and other finished textile products (151-159)
 11   Pulp, paper, and paperboard mills (160)
 12   Miscellaneous paper and pulp products (161)
 13   Paperboard containers and boxes (162-170)
 14   Printing, publishing, and allied industries (171-179)
 15   Plastics, synthetics, and resins (180)
 16   Drugs (181)
 17   Chemical and allied products except drugs and plastics (182-199)
 18   Petroleum and coal products (200-209)
 19   Rubber products, plastics footwear and belting (210, 211, 213-219)
 20   Miscellaneous plastics products (212)
 21   Other nondurable goods (130-131, 220-229)
Durable Goods:
 22   Logging (230)
 23   Sawmills, planing mills, and millwork (231)
 24   Wood buildings, mobile homes and miscellaneous wood products, except furniture (232, 241)
 25   Furniture and fixtures (242-249)
 26   Glass and glass products (250)
 27   Primary metal industries except aluminum (270, 271. 280)
 28   Primary aluminum industries (272-279)
 29   Metal forgings and Stampings (291)
 30   Fabricated metal industries except metal forgings and Stampings (281-290, 292-309)
 31   Computers and related equipment (322-330)
 32   Machinery, except electrical, N.E.C. (331)
 33   Other specified and not specified machinery (310-321, 332-339)
 34   Radio, TV, and communication equipment (341)
 35   Electrical machinery, equipment and supplies N.E.C. (342-349)
 36   Household appliances and not specified electrical machinery, equipment, and supplies (340, 350)
 37   Motor vehicle and motor vehicle equipment (351)
 38   other transportation equipment (352-370)
 39   Other durable goods (251-269, 371-391)
 40   Not specified manufacturing (392-399)
Transportation, Communications, and Other Public Utilities:
 41   Railroads (400)
 42   Trucking service and warehousing (410-411)
 43   U.S. Postal Service (412-419)
 44   Water transportation (420)
 45   Air transportation (421)
 46   Other transportation (401-409, 422-439)
 47   Telephone communications (441)
 48   Other communications (440, 442-449)
 49   Electric light and power (450)
 50   Gas and steam supply systems (451)
 51   Electric and gas and other combinations (452-469)
 52   Other utilities and sanitary services (470-499)
Wholesale Trade:
 53   Lumber and construction materials (502-509)
 54   Scrap and waste materials (531)
 55   Durable goods, except lumber, construction materials, scrap, and waste materials (500, 501, 510-530, 532-539)
 56   Paper and paper products (540)
 57   Petroleum products (552-559)
 58   Nondurable goods except paper and petroleum products (541-551, 560-579)
Retail Trade:
 59   Building materials and hardware and garden stores (580-589)
 60   General merchandise stores (591-600)
 61   Food, bakery, and dairy stores (601-611)
 62   Motor vehicle dealers (612-619)
 63   Gasoline service stations (621)
 64   Automotive and home supply stores and miscellaneous vehicle dealers (620, 622)
 65   Apparel and accessory stores, including shoes (623-630)
 66   Home furnishings and equipment stores (631-640)
 67   Eating and drinking places (641)
 68   Other retail trade (590, 642-699)
Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate:
 69   Banking and other savings institutions (700-701)
 70   Insurance (711)
 71   Real estate, including real estate insurance offices (712-720)
 72   Other finance (702-710)
Business and repair services:
 73   Personnel supply services (731)
 74   Computer and data processing services (732-739)
 75   Other business services (721-730, 740-741)
 76   Automotive repair and related services (751)
 77   Other repair services and other automotive services (742, 750, 752-760)
Personal Services:
 78   Private households (761)
 79   Hotels and motels (762-769)
 80   Beauty and barber shops (772-780)
 81   Other personal services (770-771, 781-799)
 82   Entertainment and recreation services (800-811)
Professional and Related Services:
 83   Hospitals (831)
 84   Health services, except hospitals (812-830, 832-840)
 85   Legal services (841)
 86   Elementary and secondary schools (842-849)
 87   Colleges and universities (850)
 88   Other educational services (851-860)
 89   Job training and vocational rehabilitation services (861)
 90   Child day care including family homes (862-869)
 91   Other social services (870, 871)
 92   Religious and other membership organizations (873-881)
 93   Engineering, architectural, and surveying services (882-889)
 94   Research, development, and testing services (891)
 95   Management and public relations services (892)
 96   Other professional services (872, 890, 893-899)
Public Administration:
 97   Justice, public order, and safety (910-920)
 98   Other public administration (900-969, 921-939)
 99   Unemployed, no recent civilian work experience (000,940-999)