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Table 4 Top five occupational categories of post-1991 immigrant professionals from Eastern Europe and various foreign-born groups, 2006–2009 ACS

From: Segmented socioeconomic adaptation of New Eastern European professionals in the United States

All EE EE men EE women Polish Russian Ukrainian Northern and Western Europe Asian Black Hispanic
Accountants and Auditors
(6.7%)
Computer software engineers (10.9%) Accountants/auditors (9%) Accountants/auditors (6.8%) Computer software engineers (8.3%) Accountants/auditors (7.8%) Misc. managers including postmasters/
superintend.
(8.2%)
Computer software engineers (12.2%) Registered nurses (15.3%) Elementary and middle school teachers (5.8%)
Computer software engineers
(6.2%)
Postsecond. teachers (6.7%) Registered nurses (6.7%) Registered nurses (5.1%) Accountants/auditors (6.6%) Computer software engineers (7.6%) Postsecond. teachers
(7.1%)
Postsecond. teachers (6.6%) Accountants and Auditors (7.1%) Miscellaneous managers (4.9%)
Postsecond. teachers
(5.8%)
Computer programmers (6.1%) Postsecond. teachers (5.1%) Postsecond. teachers (4.4%) Postsecond. teachers
(6.5%)
Computer programmers (6.4%) Chief executives and legislators
(3.9%)
Registered nurses (6.4%) Elementary and middle school teachers (4.7%) Accountants and auditors (4.8%)
Computer programmers (4.5%) Misc. managers including postmasters/superintendents (5.3%) Physicians and surgeons (4.0%) Misc. managers including postmasters/superintendents (4.2%) Computer programmers (6.2%) Registered nurses
(5.3)
Computer software engineers
(3.5%)
Accountants and auditors (5.7%) Postsecondary teachers (4.4%) Postsecond. teachers (4.5%)
Registered nurses (4.2%) Accountants/auditors (3.8%) Elementary and middle school teachers (3.3%) Designers (4.0%) Registered nurses
(4.0%)
Postsecondary teachers (3.8%) Accountants/
auditors; Marketing and sales managers
(3.2%)
Computer scientists and system analysts (4.6%) Miscellaneous managers (3.4%) First line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers (3.7%)