CHARLES R. MANN ASSOCIATES, INC. 
September 27, 2002

 

EEOC's Plans for the Census 2000 Special EEO File

A Consortium of Federal agencies consisting of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Department of Justice (DOJ), Department of Labor (DOL) and Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has entered into a reimbursable agreement with the U.S. Census Bureau (the Bureau) to construct the Census 2000 Special EEO File. The File is expected to be available by the Fall of 2003 and will contain data similar to that in comparable files from the 1970, 1980 and 1990 censuses. The Special EEO File will serve as the primary external benchmark for comparing the racial, ethnic and gender composition of an internal workforce, within a specified geography and job category, and the analogous external labor market.


Comment on the Proposed EEO-1 Job Categories and Codes

The EEO-1 job categories and codes for the EEO File were based on an internal EEOC proposal to modify the EEO-1 survey. Whether or not the proposed form is adopted, the following crosswalk is important to insure that appropriate job categories from the Special EEO File are matched correctly to either past or future EEO-1 Surveys. Basically, the Service Workers category has a code of nine under the current system but would be assigned a six in the proposed survey, with the remaining job code numbers being increased by one, as below.

Proposed EEO-1 Job Codes Current EEO-1 Jobs Codes
1 Officials and Managers 1 Officials and Managers
2 Professional and Related Occupations 2 Professionals
3 Technologists and Technicians 3 Technicians
4 Sales and Related Occupations 4 Sales Workers
5 Office and Administrative Support Occupations 5 Office and Clerical Workers
6 Service Occupations 6 Craft Workers (Skilled)
7 Construction and Extraction Occupations; and Installation, Maintenance and Repair (Craft) Occupations 7 Operatives (Semi-Skilled)
8 Production Occupations; and Transportation and Material Moving (Operative) Occupations 8 Laborers (Unskilled)
9 Laborers, Helpers and Material Handler Occupations 9 Service Workers

In using either the EEO-1 Job Codes or general EEO Occupational Codes from the Special EEO File, attention must be paid to the numbering change for job codes six through nine, e.g., under the current EEO-1 job categories, Craft Workers (Skilled) are code six but, under the proposed categories, the code would be seven.


Occupational Data and Occupational Groups for the Census 2000 Special EEO File

The Census 2000 Special EEO File will contain race and ethnicity data for 472 occupational categories, each of which has more than 10,000 individuals nationwide.

The 472 occupational categories will be aggregated in various ways. Contained below are specifications for the EEO Occupational Groups, which could be used for EEOC's federal sector programs - as well as for general use in research and the private sector, and the proposed EEO-1 Job Categories, which are for private sector programs.

Specifications for the EEO Occupational Groups and the Proposed EEO-1 Job Categories for the Census 2000 Special EEO File

To create the Census 2000 EEO File Crosswalk from Census Codes and 2000 SOC Codes to the EEO Occupational Groups and the Proposed EEO-1 Job Categories, the following information was provided by the Consortium to the Bureau.

The Census 2000 Special EEO File occupational crosswalk began with 509 unique categories from the 2000 Census classification system and was adjusted as follows: (a) 35 categories with fewer than 10,000 employed nationwide were aggregated into larger categories, so that all occupational categories shown on the EEO File will be greater than 10,000; (b) four military specific occupations were excluded; and (c) one category was added for the unemployed with no work experience since 1995. When the unemployed with no work experience since 1995 (Census Code 992) are included, there are 472 occupational categories; when this category is not included, there are 471 categories. This process resulted in the 472 occupational categories that are shown in the table below.

The 472 Census 2000 codes are matched to equivalent 2000 SOC codes and use the following notational rules for SOC codes. In general, when a Census code matches a 2000 SOC detailed occupation, the detailed SOC code is cited, e.g., 11-1011, 11-9199, and 13-1022. However, if a Census code combines all of several 2000 SOC detailed occupations within a broad occupation or minor group, the SOC broad occupation or minor group code is cited, e.g., 11-2020 and 25-1000. Furthermore, if the census code aggregates two or more SOC categories in a way that does not have a single SOC equivalent code, the SOC code as shown on the EEO File contains alpha characters, e.g., 13-11XX and 47-50YY.

A list of codes and titles for the 14 EEO Occupational Groups and the proposed 9 EEO-1 Job Categories for the 2000 EEO File are presented below. The EEO File does not contain sub-categories within the proposed EEO-1 Officials and Managers Job Category, because these levels must account for additional factors, such as industry and earnings.


EEO Occupational Groups and Titles for the Census 2000 Special EEO File

EEO Occupational Codes EEO Occupational Group Titles for the Special EEO File
1 Management, Business and Financial Occupations
2 Science, Engineering and Computer Professionals
3 Healthcare Practitioner Professionals
4 Other Professional Occupations
5 Technologists and Technicians
6 Sales Occupations
7 Clerical and Related Administrative Occupations
8 Protective Service Occupations
9 Service Occupations, except Protective
10 Construction and Extractive Craft Occupations
11 Installation, Maintenance and Repair Craft Occupations
12 Production Operative Occupations
13 Transportation and Material Moving Operative Occupations
14 Laborers, Helpers and Material Handler Occupations

Proposed EEO-1 Job Categories and Titles for the Census 2000 EEO File

Proposed EEO-1 Job Codes Proposed EEO-1 Job Category Titles for the Special EEO File
1 Officials and Managers
2 Professional and Related Occupations
3 Technologists and Technicians
4 Sales and Related Occupations
5 Office and Administrative Support Occupations
6 Service Occupations
7 Construction and Extraction Occupations; and Installation, Maintenance and Repair (Craft) Occupations
8 Production Occupations; and Transportation and Material Moving (Operative) Occupations
9 Laborers, Helpers and Material Handler Occupations

Introduction to Variables and Values for the Census 2000 Special EEO File

Generally, the primary variables on the Census 2000 Special EEO File are race and ethnicity, with additional racial categories for Hawaii; sex; 472 detailed occupational categories (or 471 detailed occupational categories, when the unemployed with no work experience are not included); geography (including, in most instances, the United States, each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia, Metropolitan Statistical Areas, counties and places); educational attainment; age groups; earnings categories; and 88 industry groupings. A resource for matching detailed occupation or job titles with Census 2000 occupations and vice versa can be found in the Alphabetical and Classified Indices of Occupations from the Census Bureau. A similar resource for matching industries from the Alphabetical and Classified Indices of Industries is also available from the same Census web site as for occupations.


Specifications for Variables and Values on the Census 2000 Special EEO File

The Consortium has specified that the following list of essential variables and values be created for the Special EEO File. As the aggregation of industry groupings are dependent on Census confidentiality restrictions, the codes for industry groups were not part of the Consortium's specifications. The details for the industries to be contained in the industry groups will be added to this description of the Special EEO File as soon as they have been finalized by the Bureau and the Consortium.

Sex (2)

  1. Male
  2. Female

Race and Ethnicity for Other than Hawaii (12)

  1. White
    1. Not Hispanic or Latino
    2. Hispanic or Latino
  2. Black or African American not Hispanic or Latino
  3. Asian not Hispanic or Latino
  4. Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander not Hispanic or Latino
  5. American Indian or Alaska Native not Hispanic or Latino
  6. Black or African American and White not Hispanic or Latino
  7. Asian and White not Hispanic or Latino
  8. American Indian or Alaska Native and White not Hispanic or Latino
  9. American Indian or Alaska Native and Black or African American not Hispanic or Latino
  10. Balance of individuals reporting more than one race not Hispanic or Latino plus individuals reporting some other race not Hispanic or Latino
  11. Other Hispanic or Latino

Race and Ethnicity for Hawaii (15)

  1. White
    1. Not Hispanic or Latino
    2. Hispanic or Latino
  2. Black or African American not Hispanic or Latino
  3. Asian not Hispanic or Latino
  4. Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander not Hispanic or Latino
  5. American Indian or Alaska Native not Hispanic or Latino
  6. Black or African American and White not Hispanic or Latino
  7. Asian and White not Hispanic or Latino
  8. American Indian or Alaska Native and White not Hispanic or Latino
  9. American Indian or Alaska Native and Black or African American not Hispanic or Latino
  10. White and Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander not Hispanic or Latino
  11. Asian and Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander not Hispanic or Latino
  12. White and Asian and Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander not Hispanic or Latino
  13. Balance of individuals reporting more than one race not Hispanic or Latino plus individuals reporting some other race not Hispanic or Latino
  14. Other Hispanic or Latino

Educational Attainment (5)

  1. Not high school graduate
  2. High school graduate (including equivalency)
  3. Some college or associate degree
  4. Bachelor's degree
  5. Graduate or professional degree

Educational Attainment (6)

  1. Not high school graduate
  2. High school graduate (including equivalency)
  3. Some college or associate degree
  4. Bachelor's degree
  5. Master's degree
  6. Doctoral degree or professional degree

Older Age Groups (ADEA Protected Class Groups) (4)

  1. 16 - 39 years
  2. 40 - 49 years
  3. 50 - 59 years
  4. 60 years and over

Younger Age Groups (4)

  1. 16-19 years
  2. 20-34 years
  3. 35-39 years
  4. 40 years and over

Earnings (8)

  1. No Earnings
  2. Less than $15,000
  3. $15,000 - $24,999
  4. $25,000 - $34,999
  5. $35,000 - $49,999
  6. $50,000 - $74,999
  7. $75,000 - $124,999
  8. $125,000 or more

Overview of Geographic Areas, including Geographic Areas constructed for the Census 2000 Special EEO File

The Census 2000 Special EEO File contains tables for the United States, each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia, Metropolitan Statistical Areas, counties and places or combinations of them. Depending on the amount of detail within a table, information for counties and or places will only be provided for those with 50,000 or more and, in other instances, those with 100,000 or more. For those counties or places not reaching the 50,000 or 100,000 threshold, approximately 400 geographic areas, each being sufficiently large to meet confidentiality requirements, were constructed for the Special EEO File. The EEO File will contain slightly over 2,000 geographic areas, including those areas specifically created for this File.

We will provide links to the Aggregation Guidelines for Counties and Places Containing fewer than 50,000 Persons, the Guidelines for Naming Geographic Areas Created for Counties and Places Containing fewer than 50,000 Persons, and the Table of EEO Area Codes, which will contain the EEO Area Name, EEO Area Description, FIPS State Code, FIPS County Code, FIPS Place Code and Census 2000 Population Count, as soon as they become available.


Introduction to Tables for the Census 2000 Special EEO File

Generally, the tables on the Census 2000 Special EEO File will present the primary variables of race and ethnicity cross tabulated by other variables, such as detailed occupation, occupational groups, sex, workplace geography, residence geography, education, age and industry.


Current Specifications for Tables for the Census 2000 Special EEO File

Specifically, the specifications for the tables are currently as follows:

  1. Census Occupations by Geography, Sex, and Race/Ethnicity
    1. Detailed Occupational Categories (471) by Workplace/Residence Geography (up to 10 counties/places 50,000 or more), Sex (2), and Race/Ethnicity (12/15)
    2. Detailed Occupational Categories (472) by Residence Geography (for US/states/MSAs/counties/places or combinations 50,000 or more), Sex (2), and Race/Ethnicity (12/15)
  2. Agency Occupations by Geography, Sex, and Race/Ethnicity
    1. EEO Occupational Groups (14) by Workplace/Residence Geography (up to 10 counties/places 50,000 or more), Sex (2), and Race/Ethnicity (12/15)
    2. EEO Occupational Groups (14) by Residence Geography (for US/states/MSAs/counties/places 50,000 or more), Sex (2), and Race/Ethnicity (12/15)
    3. EEO-1 Job Categories (9) by Workplace/Residence Geography (up to 10 counties/places 50,000 or more), Sex (2), and Race/Ethnicity (12/15)
    4. EEO-1 Job Categories (9) by Residence Geography (for US/states/MSAs/counties/places 50,000 or more), Sex (2), and Race/Ethnicity (12/15)
    5. EEO-4 Job Categories (8) by Workplace/Residence Geography (up to 10 counties/places 50,000 or more), Sex (2), and Race/Ethnicity (12/15)
    6. EEO-4 Job Categories (8) by Residence Geography (for US/states/MSAs/counties/places 50,000 or more), Sex (2), and Race/Ethnicity (12/15)
    7. OPM Federal Workforce Occupational Groups (268) by Workplace/Residence Geography (up to 10 counties/places 50,000 or more), Sex (2), and Race/Ethnicity (12/15)
    8. OPM Federal Workforce Occupational Groups (268) by Residence Geography (for US/states/MSAs/counties/places or combinations 50,000 or more), Sex (2), and Race/Ethnicity (12/15)
  3. Educational Attainment and Younger Age Groups by Geography, Sex, and Race/Ethnicity
    1. Educational Attainment (5) and Younger Age Groups (4) by Workplace/Residence Geography (up to 10 counties/places 50,000 or more), Sex (2), and Race/Ethnicity (12/15)
    2. Educational Attainment (5) and Younger Age Groups (4) by Residence Geography (for counties/places 50,000 or more), Sex (2), and Race/Ethnicity (12/15)
    3. Educational Attainment (6) and Younger Age Groups (4) by Residence Geography (for US/states/MSAs), Sex (2), and Race/Ethnicity (12/15)

For the following tables, the workplace geography will include counties and places (100,000 or more and US totals).

  1. Occupation (471) by Workplace Geography (for 100,000 or more and US totals), Sex (2), Race/Ethnicity (12/15), and Educational Attainment (5)
  2. Occupation (471) by Workplace Geography (for 100,000 or more and US totals), Sex (2), Race/Ethnicity (12/15), and Older Age Groups (4)
  3. Occupation (471) by Workplace Geography (for 100,000 or more and US totals), Sex (2), Race/Ethnicity (12/15), and Industry (88)
  4. Occupation (471) by Workplace Geography (for 100,000 or more and US totals), Sex (2), Race/Ethnicity (12/15), and Earnings (8)

1. Note: For Residence Geography tables, there are 472 Detailed Occupational Categories, as the Unemployed, with no work experience since 1995 (Census Code 992) are included. For Workplace/Residence and Workplace Geography tables, there are 471 Detailed Occupational Categories, as the Unemployed (Census Code 992) are not included.

2. Note: For Workplace/Residence tables (I A; II A, C, E and G; and III A), Residence tables (I B; II B, D, F and H; and III B and C) and Workplace tables (IV, V, VI and VII), for the US and other geographies except for those in Hawaii, there will be 12 Race/Ethnicity categories. For Workplace/Residence, Residence and Workplace tables for geographies in Hawaii, there will be 15 Race/Ethnicity categories.

3. Note: OPM's tabulations will not have the level of geographic detail that the other Federal Agencies will have, due to the larger number of OPM Occupational Groups.


Introduction to Race and Ethnic (Hispanic Origin) Data for the Census 2000 Special EEO File

When Census 2000 was conducted on April 1, 2000, race and Hispanic origin (ethnicity) were collected according to the Revisions to the Standards for the Classification of Federal Data on Race and Ethnicity (October 30, 1997) and OMB Bulletin No. 00-02, Guidance on Aggregation and Allocation of Data on Race for Use in Civil Rights Monitoring and Enforcement (March 9, 2000). Census 2000 considered race and ethnic data as being separate and distinct. One question in that Census asked respondents if they were Spanish/Hispanic/Latino or not. Another question asked respondents to report the race or races they considered themselves to be. The Census 2000 Special EEO File retains the greatest detail of race and ethnic data possible under the requirements for maintaining respondent confidentiality.

The format for the collection and presentation of race and Hispanic origin (ethnicity) data in the Census 2000 Special EEO File may not match the format for previous and future data collection and reporting activities with respect to civil rights enforcement and monitoring. Thus, the EEOC is providing the following guidance to maintain essential information on both race and ethnicity (Hispanic origin) from Census 2000 for the Special EEO File for civil rights purposes.


EEOC's General Guidance on Combining and Bridging Race and Ethnic Categories from the Special EEO File

As the Census Bureau collected race and ethnic (Hispanic origin) data in Census 2000 in a way that may not match the format used by several federal agencies involved in monitoring and enforcing civil rights in employment, a methodology to combine the race and ethnic (Hispanic origin) data from the 2000 Special EEO File into the minimum categories in the combined format for race/ethnic categories has been developed by EEOC. A bridging methodology from the EEO File to the prior racial/ethnic categories has also been developed.

The minimum combined format for the racial/ethnic categories are: White; Black or African American; Hispanic or Latino; American Indian or Alaska Native; Asian; and Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander. Since the revisions to the standards for race and ethnicity was published, an additional category of "Balance" has been widely used rather than previous "Other" category. The prior racial/ethnic categories were: White not of Hispanic origin; Black not of Hispanic origin; Hispanic; Asian or Pacific Islander; American Indian or Alaskan Native; and Other.


EEOC's Guidance on Creating Combined Format Racial/Ethnic Categories from the Special EEO File

For the racial/ethnic categories in the combined format other than in Hawaii, the following rules should be used to maximize comparability among employment files.

The White category is defined by the White not Hispanic or Latino category, i.e., from the above-presented Race and Ethnicity for Other than Hawaii specifications, this is (1A) White, Not Hispanic or Latino.

The Black or African American category is created by combining the Black or African American not Hispanic or Latino category with the Black or African American and White not Hispanic or Latino category, i.e., combine (2) Black or African American not Hispanic or Latino with (6) Black or African American and White not Hispanic or Latino, from the above-cited specifications.

The Hispanic or Latino category is created by combining all Hispanics, as was done in previous versions of the EEO File, i.e., from the above-mentioned specifications, add (1B)White, Hispanic or Latino to (11) Other Hispanic or Latino.

The American Indian or Alaska Native category is created by combining the American Indian or Alaska Native not Hispanic or Latino category with the American Indian or Alaska Native and White not Hispanic or Latino category, i.e., from above-cited specifications, add (5) American Indian or Alaska Native not Hispanic or Latino to (8) American Indian or Alaska Native and White not Hispanic or Latino.

The Asian category is created by combining the Asian not Hispanic or Latino category with the Asian and White not Hispanic or Latino category, i.e., from the Race and Ethnicity for Other than Hawaii specifications, add (3) Asian not Hispanic or Latino to (7) Asian and White not Hispanic or Latino.

The Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander category is defined by the Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander not Hispanic or Latino category, i.e., from the Race and Ethnicity for Other than Hawaii specifications, this is (4) Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander not Hispanic or Latino.

The Balance category is created from the remaining categories, i.e., from the specifications for Race and Ethnicity for Other than Hawaii, combine (9) American Indian or Alaska Native and Black or African American not Hispanic or Latino with (10) Balance of individuals reporting more than one race not Hispanic or Latino plus individuals reporting some other race not Hispanic or Latino.

The racial/ethnic categories in the combined format for Hawaii follow the same principles as above but incorporate the three additional categories for Asians and Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islanders from the specifications for Race and Ethnicity for Hawaii. The White; Black or African American; Hispanic; American Indian or Alaska Native; and Balance categories are the same in concept as for other than Hawaii. However, as the categories for Hawaii are numbered differently than for other than Hawaii, due to the additional categories, the definitions are repeated here with the Hawaiian category numbers.

For Hawaii, the White category is defined by the White not Hispanic or Latino category, i.e., from the above-presented Race and Ethnicity for Hawaii specifications, this is (1A) White, Not Hispanic or Latino.

For Hawaii, the Black or African American category is created by combining the Black or African American not Hispanic or Latino category with the Black or African American and White not Hispanic or Latino category, i.e., combine (2) Black or African American not Hispanic or Latino with (6) Black or African American and White not Hispanic or Latino, from the above-cited specifications.

For Hawaii, the Hispanic or Latino category is created by combining all Hispanics, i.e., from the Race and Ethnicity for Hawaii specifications, add (1B) White, Hispanic or Latino to (14) Other Hispanic or Latino.

For Hawaii, the American Indian or Alaska Native category is created by combining the American Indian or Alaska Native not Hispanic or Latino category with the American Indian or Alaska Native and White not Hispanic or Latino category, i.e., from above-cited specifications, add (5) American Indian or Alaska Native not Hispanic or Latino to (8) American Indian or Alaska Native and White not Hispanic or Latino.

For Hawaii, the Asian category is created by combining the categories from the Race and Ethnicity for Hawaii specifications for (3) Asian not Hispanic or Latino and (7) Asian and White not Hispanic or Latino.

For Hawaii, the Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander category is created by combining (4) Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander not Hispanic or Latino and (10) White and Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander not Hispanic or Latino, from the specifications for Race and Ethnicity for Hawaii.

For Hawaii, the Balance category is created by combining (9) American Indian or Alaska Native and Black or African American not Hispanic or Latino; (11) Asian and Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander not Hispanic or Latino; (12) White and Asian and Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander not Hispanic or Latino; and (13) Balance of individuals reporting more than one race not Hispanic or Latino plus individuals reporting some other race not Hispanic or Latino, from the specifications for Race and Ethnicity for Hawaii.


EEOC's Guidance on Bridging to the Previous Racial/Ethnic Categories from the Special EEO File

For the bridging to the previous racial/ethnic categories other than in Hawaii, the following rules should be used to maximize comparability among employment files.

The White not of Hispanic origin category is defined by the White not Hispanic or Latino category, i.e., from the above-presented Race and Ethnicity for Other than Hawaii specifications, this is (1A) White, Not Hispanic or Latino.

The Black not of Hispanic origin category is created by combining the Black or African American not Hispanic or Latino category with the Black or African American and White not Hispanic or Latino category, i.e., combine (2) Black or African American not Hispanic or Latino with (6) Black or African American and White not Hispanic or Latino, from the above-cited specifications.

The Hispanic category is created by combining all Hispanics, as was done in previous versions of the EEO File, i.e., from the above-mentioned specifications, add (1B)White, Hispanic or Latino to (11) Other Hispanic or Latino.

The Asian or Pacific Islander category is created by combining the Asian not Hispanic or Latino with the Asian and White not Hispanic or Latino categories and with the Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander not Hispanic or Latino category, i.e., from the Race and Ethnicity for Other than Hawaii specifications, add (3) Asian not Hispanic or Latino; (7) Asian and White not Hispanic or Latino; and (4) Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander not Hispanic or Latino.

The American Indian or Alaska Native category is created by combining the American Indian or Alaska Native not Hispanic or Latino category with the American Indian or Alaska Native and White not Hispanic or Latino category, i.e., from above-cited specifications, add (5) American Indian or Alaska Native not Hispanic or Latino to (8) American Indian or Alaska Native and White not Hispanic or Latino.

The Other or Balance category is created from the remaining categories, i.e., from the specifications for Race and Ethnicity for Other than Hawaii, combine (9) American Indian or Alaska Native and Black or African American not Hispanic or Latino with (10) Balance of individuals reporting more than one race not Hispanic or Latino plus individuals reporting some other race not Hispanic or Latino.

With respect to the previous racial/ethnic categories in Hawaii (when they were used), follow the same principles as above but incorporate the three additional categories for Asians and Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islanders from the specifications for Race and Ethnicity for Hawaii. As the categories for Hawaii are numbered differently than for other than Hawaii, due to the additional categories for Hawaii, the definitions are repeated here with the Hawaiian category numbers.

For Hawaii, the White not of Hispanic origin category is defined by the White not Hispanic or Latino category, i.e., from the Race and Ethnicity for Hawaii specifications, this is (1A) White, Not Hispanic or Latino.

For Hawaii, the Black not of Hispanic origin category is created by combining the Black or African American not Hispanic or Latino category with the Black or African American and White not Hispanic or Latino category, i.e., combine (2) Black or African American not Hispanic or Latino with (6) Black or African American and White not Hispanic or Latino, from the Race and Ethnicity for Hawaii specifications.

For Hawaii, the Hispanic category is created by combining all Hispanics, i.e., from the Race and Ethnicity for Hawaii specifications, add (1B) White, Hispanic or Latino to (14) Other Hispanic or Latino.

For Hawaii, the Asian or Pacific Islander category is created, from the Race and Ethnicity for Hawaii specifications, by combining the categories for (3) Asian not Hispanic or Latino; (7) Asian and White not Hispanic or Latino; (4) Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander not Hispanic or Latino; (10) White and Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander not Hispanic or Latino; (11) Asian and Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander not Hispanic or Latino; and (12) White and Asian and Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander not Hispanic or Latino.

For Hawaii, the American Indian or Alaskan Native category is created by combining the American Indian or Alaska Native not Hispanic or Latino category with the American Indian or Alaska Native and White not Hispanic or Latino category, i.e., from the Race and Ethnicity for Hawaii specifications, add (5) American Indian or Alaska Native not Hispanic or Latino to (8) American Indian or Alaska Native and White not Hispanic or Latino.

For Hawaii, the Other or Balance category is created by combining (9) American Indian or Alaska Native and Black or African American not Hispanic or Latino and (13) Balance of individuals reporting more than one race not Hispanic or Latino plus individuals reporting some other race not Hispanic or Latino, from the specifications for Race and Ethnicity for Hawaii.

Source: U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

   
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