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Table 8 Socioeconomic profiles of post-1991 immigrant professionals from Eastern Europe by country of origin, 2006–2009 ACS

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

Country Percent with Master’s degree or higher Most prevalent occupational category Average personal income N/N weighted
Albania 33.6 Management (21.8%) 49,527 227/5072
Belarus 48.1 Computers (22.0%) 60,910 326/6641
Bosnia and Herzegovina 24.1 Management (32.5%) 53,886 279/6503
Bulgaria 64.7 Management (25.6%) 56,895 558/11,989
Croatia 49.1 Management (29.3%) 78,198 115/2240
Czech Republic 69.4 Management (21.9%) 72,670 135/2579
Hungary 54.9 Management (24.4%) 68,338 227/4364
Latvia 43.0 Management (22.7%) 64,381 91/2078
Lithuania 42.5 Management (31.2%) 60,118 165/3715
Macedonia 28.6 Management (22%) 54,374 55/1021
Moldova 44.5 Management (26.1%) 58,754 155/3047
Poland 49.1 Management (27.0%) 51,840 1178/26,167
Romania 56.7 Management (19.8%) 65,267 936/19,688
Russia 59.2 Computers (20.5%) 62,655 2697/57,254
Slovakia 71.3 Management (23.4%) 53,233 125/2576
Ukraine 50.8 Management (20.4%) 62,647 1602/33,589