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  • Selected Characteristics for Persons of Ukrainian Ancestry: 1990

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    Age and Date of Birth

    Ancestry

    Citizenship and Year of Entry

    Disability

    Education

    Employment Status (Work Status Last Week, Layoff or Temporary Absence From Work, Looking for Work During the Last 4 Weeks, Availability to Accept a Job)

    Grandparents

    Hispanic Origin

    Household Relationship

    Income

    Industry, Occupation, and Class of Worker

    Journey to Work/Place of Work [Means of Transportation to Work; Private Vehicle Occupancy; Time of Departure From Home to Go to Work; Travel Time (Minutes) to Work]

    Language Spoken

    Marital Status

    Migration (Residence 5 Years Ago)

    Place of Birth

    Race

    Sex

    Veteran Status (Period of Service, Total Years in Military Service)

    Work Last Year (Weeks Worked, Usual Hours Worked)

    Source: U.S. Census Bureau