TABLE 2 Census 2000 Summary File 4 Data for Puerto Rico

Total Hispanic or Latino employment by gender, occupational groups, subgroups and occupations
Puerto Rico
Number
Males

Percent
Total

Male

Female

522,798

Females
392,861

915,659

57.1

42.9

113,900

135,982

249,882

45.6

54.4

50,898

39,407

90,305

56.4

43.6

32,960

20,326

53,286

61.9

38.1

Top executives

6,573

2,342

8,915

73.7

26.3

Advertising, marketing, promotions, public relations, and sales managers

1,571

1,080

2,651

59.3

40.7

Financial managers

2,269

2,299

4,568

49.7

50.3

Operations specialties managers, except financial managers

2,795

1,548

4,343

64.4

35.6

Farmers and farm managers

3,128

125

3,253

96.2

3.8

Other management occupations, except farmers and farm managers

16,624

12,932

29,556

56.2

43.8
51.5

Occupational groups, subgroups and occupations
Total:
Management, professional, and related occupations:
Management, business, and financial operations occupations:
Management occupations:

17,938

19,081

37,019

48.5

Business operations specialists

6,250

6,597

12,847

48.6

51.4

Financial specialists:

11,688

12,484

24,172

48.4

51.6

Accountants and auditors

8,962

9,682

18,644

48.1

51.9

Other financial specialists

2,726

2,802

5,528

49.3

50.7

63,002

96,575

159,577

39.5

60.5

4,372

2,249

6,621

66.0

34.0

3,909

1,712

5,621

69.5

30.5

463

537

1,000

46.3

53.7

11,782

2,008

13,790

85.4

14.6

Business and financial operations occupations:

Professional and related occupations:
Computer and mathematical occupations:
Computer specialists
Mathematical science occupations
Architecture and engineering occupations:
Architects, surveyors, and cartographers

1,054

172

1,226

86.0

14.0

Engineers

6,566

1,237

7,803

84.1

15.9

Drafters, engineering, and mapping technicians

4,162

599

4,761

87.4

12.6

3,574

3,278

6,852

52.2

47.8

1,884

1,530

3,414

55.2

44.8

501

952

1,453

34.5

65.5

1,189

796

1,985

59.9

40.1

3,765

9,148

12,913

29.2

70.8

Counselors, social workers, and other community and social service specialists

2,510

8,903

11,413

22.0

78.0

Religious workers

1,255

245

1,500

83.7

16.3

Life, physical, and social science occupations:
Life and physical scientists
Social scientists and related workers
Life, physical, and social science technicians
Community and social services occupations:

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TABLE 2 Census 2000 Summary File 4 Data for Puerto Rico
Total Hispanic or Latino employment by gender, occupational groups, subgroups and occupations
Puerto Rico
Number
Males

Percent
Total

Male

Female

5,622

Females
3,244

8,866

63.4

36.6

4,812

2,391

7,203

66.8

33.2

Judges, magistrates, and other judicial workers

277

237

514

53.9

46.1

Legal support workers

533

616

1,149

46.4

53.6
75.5

Occupational groups, subgroups and occupations
Legal occupations:
Lawyers

14,328

44,057

58,385

24.5

Postsecondary teachers

3,298

3,849

7,147

46.1

53.9

Teachers, primary, secondary, and special education:

8,513

32,926

41,439

20.5

79.5

Teachers, preschool, kindergarten, elementary, and middle school

6,041

26,531

32,572

18.5

81.5

Teachers, secondary school

2,299

5,415

7,714

29.8

70.2

Teachers, special education

173

980

1,153

15.0

85.0

420

1,411

1,831

22.9

77.1

2,097

5,871

7,968

26.3

73.7

6,547

4,070

10,617

61.7

38.3

Art and design workers

1,941

1,614

3,555

54.6

45.4

Entertainers and performers, sports, and related workers

1,792

567

2,359

76.0

24.0

Media and communications workers

2,814

1,889

4,703

59.8

40.2

13,012

28,521

41,533

31.3

68.7

9,897

21,115

31,012

31.9

68.1

Physicians and surgeons

5,299

2,552

7,851

67.5

32.5

Registered nurses

1,583

13,527

15,110

10.5

89.5
74.7

Education, training, and library occupations:

Librarians, curators, and archivists
Other teachers, instructors, education, training, and library occupations
Arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations:

Healthcare practitioners and technical occupations:
Health diagnosing and treating practitioners and technical occupations:

619

1,830

2,449

25.3

2,396

3,206

5,602

42.8

57.2

3,115

7,406

10,521

29.6

70.4

85,091

62,847

147,938

57.5

42.5

1,855

8,588

10,443

17.8

82.2

Nursing, psychiatric, and home health aides

852

3,958

4,810

17.7

82.3

Occupational and physical therapist assistants and aides

24

268

292

8.2

91.8

Other healthcare support occupations

979

4,362

5,341

18.3

81.7

33,054

6,978

40,032

82.6

17.4

Fire fighting and prevention workers, including supervisors

1,121

28

1,149

97.6

2.4

Law enforcement workers, including supervisors

15,831

3,528

19,359

81.8

18.2

Other protective service workers, including supervisors

16,102

3,422

19,524

82.5

17.5

Therapists
Other health diagnosing and treating practitioners and technical occupations
Health technologists and technicians
Service occupations:
Healthcare support occupations:

Protective service occupations:

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TABLE 2 Census 2000 Summary File 4 Data for Puerto Rico
Total Hispanic or Latino employment by gender, occupational groups, subgroups and occupations
Puerto Rico
Number
Males

Percent
Total

Male

Female

16,081

Females
20,653

36,734

43.8

56.2

Cooks and food preparation workers

7,622

12,101

19,723

38.6

61.4

Waiters and waitresses

2,873

3,032

5,905

48.7

51.3

Food and beverage serving workers, except waiters and waitresses

2,403

1,906

4,309

55.8

44.2

Other food preparation and serving workers, including supervisors

3,183

3,614

6,797

46.8

53.2

Building and grounds cleaning and maintenance occupations

27,339

15,628

42,967

63.6

36.4

Personal care and service occupations:

6,762

11,000

17,762

38.1

61.9

Personal appearance workers

2,346

4,940

7,286

32.2

67.8

Transportation, tourism, and lodging attendants

1,074

525

1,599

67.2

32.8

188

3,125

3,313

5.7

94.3

3,154

2,410

5,564

56.7

43.3

105,867

150,145

256,012

41.4

58.6

62,199

53,919

116,118

53.6

46.4

Cashiers

8,538

22,292

30,830

27.7

72.3

Retail sales workers, except cashiers

14,974

13,062

28,036

53.4

46.6

Occupational groups, subgroups and occupations
Food preparation and serving related occupations:

Child care workers
Supervisors and other personal care and service workers, except child care workers
Sales and office occupations:
Sales and related occupations:

Sales representatives, services, wholesale and manufacturing

15,013

7,004

22,017

68.2

31.8

Other sales and related occupations, including supervisors

23,674

11,561

35,235

67.2

32.8

43,668

96,226

139,894

31.2

68.8

461

746

1,207

38.2

61.8

Financial clerks, except bookkeeping, accounting and auditing clerks

2,608

4,642

7,250

36.0

64.0

Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks

1,375

2,554

3,929

35.0

65.0

Information and record clerks, except customer service representatives

4,479

10,079

14,558

30.8

69.2

Office and administrative support occupations:
Communications equipment operators

Customer service representatives

2,721

3,638

6,359

42.8

57.2

Material recording, scheduling, dispatching, and distributing workers

14,385

2,663

17,048

84.4

15.6

Secretaries and administrative assistants

1,650

47,678

49,328

3.3

96.7

Other office and administrative support workers, including supervisors

15,989

24,226

40,215

39.8

60.2

9,410

894

10,304

91.3

8.7

Agricultural workers, including supervisors

8,934

873

9,807

91.1

8.9

Fishing, hunting, and forestry occupations

476

21

497

95.8

4.2

Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations:

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TABLE 2 Census 2000 Summary File 4 Data for Puerto Rico
Total Hispanic or Latino employment by gender, occupational groups, subgroups and occupations
Puerto Rico
Number
Males

Percent
Total

Male

Female

108,789

Females
2,646

111,435

97.6

2.4

68,090

1,401

69,491

98.0

2.0

Supervisors, construction and extraction workers

5,271

206

5,477

96.2

3.8

Carpenters

11,430

108

11,538

99.1

0.9

Occupational groups, subgroups and occupations
Construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations:
Construction and extraction occupations:

Construction laborers

17,027

350

17,377

98.0

2.0

Electricians

4,184

78

4,262

98.2

1.8

Painters and paperhangers

2,922

88

3,010

97.1

2.9

Pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters

2,443

33

2,476

98.7

1.3

Construction traders workers except carpenters, electricians, painters, plumbers, and c

16,763

257

17,020

98.5

1.5

Other construction workers and helpers

7,880

259

8,139

96.8

3.2

170

22

192

88.5

11.5

40,699

1,245

41,944

97.0

3.0

17,710

134

17,844

99.2

0.8

Extraction workers
Installation, maintenance, and repair occupations:
Vehicle and mobile equipment mechanics, installers, and repairers
Electrical equipment mechanics and other installation, maintenance, and repair workers
Production, transportation, and material moving occupations:

22,989

1,111

24,100

95.4

4.6

99,741

40,347

140,088

71.2

28.8

53,042

36,367

89,409

59.3

40.7

Assemblers and fabricators

4,506

4,535

9,041

49.8

50.2

Food processing workers

3,647

1,304

4,951

73.7

26.3

Metal workers and plastic workers

8,324

2,438

10,762

77.3

22.7

Printing workers

1,344

290

1,634

82.3

17.7

Textile, apparel, and furnishings workers

4,213

11,095

15,308

27.5

72.5

Woodworkers

1,758

55

1,813

97.0

3.0

Plant and system operators

1,763

151

1,914

92.1

7.9

Other production occupations, including supervisors

27,487

16,499

43,986

62.5

37.5

46,699

3,980

50,679

92.1

7.9

1,401

278

1,679

83.4

16.6

Aircraft and traffic control occupations

302

29

331

91.2

8.8

Rail and water transportation workers

397

6

403

98.5

1.5

Bus drivers

1,792

220

2,012

89.1

10.9

Driver/sales workers and truck drivers

18,699

468

19,167

97.6

2.4

Production occupations:

Transportation and material moving occupations:
Supervisors, transportation, and material moving workers

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TABLE 2 Census 2000 Summary File 4 Data for Puerto Rico
Total Hispanic or Latino employment by gender, occupational groups, subgroups and occupations
Puerto Rico
Number
Males

Occupational groups, subgroups and occupations
Motor vehicle operators, except bus and truck drivers

5,174

Females
169

Other transportation occupations

2,556

331

Percent
Total

Male

5,343

96.8

Female
3.2

2,887

88.5

11.5

16,378

2,479

18,857

86.9

13.1

Laborers and material movers, hand

12,397

2,367

14,764

84.0

16.0

Other material moving workers, except laborers

3,981

112

4,093

97.3

2.7

Material moving workers:

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