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Boston Overview - A comparative Table of Boston Data for years of 1980, 1990, and 2000

Boston Overview

A comparative Table of Boston Data for years of 1980, 1990, and 2000

 
  Source: US Census Bureau
  1980 1990 2000
Population 562,994 574,285 589,141
       
Racial Composition      
One Race Only     563,263
White 393,937 361,513 320,944
Black/African American 126,229 146,695 149,202
Hispanic/Latino 36,068 59,692 85,089
Asian American Pacific Islander 15,150 30,457 44,284
Native American, Alaska, Aleut 1,302 1,865 2,365
Other Races 26,376 33,753 46,102
       
Two or More Races     25,878
       
Age      
Under 5 years 30,118 35,772 32,046
18 years and over 237,629 464,829 472,582
65 years & over 71,299 66,156 61,336
Median Age 28.8 30.4 31.1
       
Households      
Households 218,457 227,949 239,528
Family Households   117,648 115,096
Non Familiy Households   110,301 124,432
Average H.H. Size 2.40 2.37 2.31
Average Family Size 3.30 3.19 3.17
       
Group Quarters 29,805 24,493 35,077
Institutionalised 10,917 8,356 8,481
NonInstitutionalised     26,596
       
Total Housing Units 241,444 250,857 251,935
Owner Occupied Housing Units 59,504 70,545 77,226
Renter-Occupied Housing Units 158,953 157,923 162,302
Vacant Units 22,987 22,389 12,407
       
City Size   48.4 sq. miles

2006 American Community Survey

2006 American Community Survey

 
Data Profile Highlights Source: US Census Bureau
ACS Demographic Estimates Boston % U.S %.
Total population 575,187 100% 100%
Male 280,341 48.7% 49.2%
Female 294,846 51.3% 50.8%
Median age (yrs.) 34   36.4
Under 5 yrs. 35,964 6.3% 6.8%
18 yrs. & over 464,756 80.8% 75.4%
65 yrs. & over 61,502 10.7% 12.4%
       
One race 559,400 97.3% 98.0%
White 325,474 56.6% 73.9%
Black or African American 140,819 24.5% 12.4%
American Indian & Alaska Native 2,013 0.3% 0.8%
Asian 45,685 7.9% 4.4%
Native Hawaiian & Other Pacific Islander 382 0.1% 0.1%
Some other race 45,027 7.8% 6.3%
Two or more races 15,787 2.7% 2.0%
       
Hispanic or Latino (of any race) 85,685 14.9% 14.8%
       
Social Characteristics Boston % U.S %.
Average household size 2.34 (X) 2.61
Average family size 3.25 (X) 3.20
       
Population 25 yrs. & over 381,558 100% 100%
High school graduate or higher (X) 83.7% 84.1%
Bachelor's degree or higher (X) 41.6% 27.0%
Civilian veterans (civilian population 18 yrs. & over) 23,217 5.0% 10.4%
Disability status (population 5 yrs. & over) 80,530 15.2% 15.1%
Foreign born 156,591 27.2% 12.5%
Male, Now married, except separated (population 15 yrs. & over) 75,174 32.3% 52.4%
Female, Now married, except separated (population 15 yrs. & over) 71,637 28.6% 48.4%
Speak a language other than English at home (population 5 yrs. & over) 186,968 34.7% 19.7%
       
Household population 541,254 100% 100%
Group quarters population (X) (X) (X)
       
Economic Characteristics Boston % U.S %.
In labor force (population 16 yrs. & over) 318,490 66.8% 65.0%
Mean travel time to work in minutes (workers 16 yrs. & over) 27.7 (X) 25.0
Median household income (in 2006 inflation-adjusted dollars) 47,974 (X) 48,451
Median family income (in 2006 inflation-adjusted dollars) 52,817 (X) 58,526
Per capita income (in 2006 inflation-adjusted dollars) 29,243 (X) 25,267
Families below poverty level (X) 15.6% 9.8%
Individuals below poverty level (X) 19.8% 13.3%
       
Housing Characteristics Boston % U.S %.
Total housing units 254,563    
Occupied 231,522 90.9% 88.4%
   Owner-occupied 89,280 38.6% 67.3%
   Renter-occupied 142,242 61.4% 32.7%
Vacant 23,041 9.1% 11.6%
       
Owner-occupied homes 89,280    
Median value (dollars) 432,800 (X) 185,200
Median of selected monthly owner costs      
With a mortgage (dollars) 2,186 (X) 1,402
Not mortgaged (dollars) 665 (X) 399
       
(X) - Not available or not applicable

2008 Business Demand By Consumer Expenditures

2008 Business Demand By Consumer Expenditures

For Businesses within ½ Mile from Three Major Business Locations in Boston

 
Source: Nielsen-Claritas Data-2008
By Merchandise Line Items Downtown Copley Sq. Kenmore Sq.
 
Total Retail Sales Including Eating and Drinking Places $285,620,702 $534,657,263 $307,394,289
 
Groceries and Other Foods $37,717,067 $61,330,760 $37,720,078
Meals and Snacks $35,222,236 $63,215,145 $40,265,815
Alcoholic Drinks $4,977,125 $9,807,963 $5,405,604
Packaged Liquor/Wine/Beer $6,374,393 $11,591,516 $7,896,204
       
Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco and Accessories $4,740,988 $6,940,641 $5,624,030
Drugs, Health Aids and Beauty Aids $17,320,328 $26,865,974 $13,182,905
Soaps, Detergents and Household Cleaners $1,745,305 $3,130,132 $1,423,047
Paper and Related Products $1,773,023 $3,158,783 $1,702,189
       
Men's Wear $7,884,279 $14,758,887 $9,225,757
Women's, Juniors' and Misses' Wear $13,305,671 $26,325,366 $18,971,953
Children's Wear $1,910,155 $3,523,684 $1,444,763
Footwear $4,304,750 $8,065,811 $5,786,688
Sewing, Knitting and Needlework Goods $383,396 $751,504 $377,861
       
Curtains, Draperies, Blinds, Slipcovers etc. $2,634,421 $5,391,585 $2,411,369
Major Household Appliances $1,877,775 $3,745,765 $1,703,700
Small Electric Appliances $897,159 $1,648,418 $938,426
Televisions, Video Recorders, Video Cameras $2,499,685 $4,739,034 $2,707,552
Audio Equipment, Musical Instruments $3,916,634 $7,730,495 $5,592,773
Furniture and Sleep Equipment $6,232,642 $12,557,703 $4,763,278
Flooring and Floor Coverings $1,674,934 $3,802,085 $1,097,889
Computer Hardware, Software and Supplies $9,090,036 $17,750,543 $11,638,806
Kitchenware and Home Furnishings $4,929,776 $10,300,251 $3,897,506
       
Jewelry $6,035,160 $12,983,583 $4,675,211
Books $3,670,280 $6,406,870 $9,654,198
Photographic Equipment and Supplies $894,258 $1,819,939 $942,722
Toys, Hobby Goods and Games $2,297,462 $4,924,926 $2,029,491
Optical Goods $693,387 $1,337,619 $553,280
Sporting Goods $5,087,951 $10,731,155 $5,166,248
       
Hardware, Tools, Plumbing, Electrical $12,052,328 $25,634,378 $9,831,624
Lumber and Building Materials $8,542,674 $20,006,038 $5,913,492
Paint and Sundries $1,388,181 $3,361,133 $873,333
       
Cars, Trucks, Other Powered Transportation $33,601,182 $64,018,099 $40,806,236
Automotive Fuels $16,738,978 $33,125,431 $18,081,147
Automotive Lubricants $10,195,054 $18,442,127 $12,049,386
 
Pets, Pet Foods and Pet Supplies $1,120,725 $2,180,843 $943,271
All Other Merchandise $11,891,312 $22,553,056 $12,096,470

2000 Profile of Children

2000 Profile of Children

General characteristics and selected data on children living within an area of radius 3 miles from Boston Center for the Arts in the South End

Mailing Address of Location: 539, Tremont St Boston MA 02116
Data Source: US Census 2000
Characteristics Number % base
1. Population    
Total Population 308,058  
Population/square mile 17940.2  
   Male 150,417 49%
   Female 157,641 51%
 
2. Age Composition    
Population by Age 308,058 % base
Under 5 years 14,780 5%
5 to 9 years 15,880 5%
10 to 14 years 15,328 5%
15 to 19 years 26,577 9%
20 to 24 years 41,818 14%
25 to 34 years 68,229 22%
35 to 44 years 44,651 14%
45 to 54 years 31,576 10%
55 to 59 years 11,384 4%
60 to 64 years 9,155 3%
65 to 74 years 15,216 5%
75 to 84 years 10,108 3%
85 years and over 3,357 1%
 
Median Age 30.4  
Average Age 34.2  
 
3. Racial Composition    
Total Population 308,058 % base
One Race 294,193 95%
   White 169,821 55%
   Black or African American 66,982 22%
   American Indian & Alaska Native 1,529 0%
   Asian 26,911 9%
   Native Hawaiian & Other Pacific Islander 159 0%
   Other race 28,791 9%
Two or more races 13,865 5%
 
Hispanic or Latino Origin by Race 49,060  
 
4. Housing Stock    
Total Housing Units 139,916 % base
Vacant 8,703 6%
Occupied 131,213 94%
   Owner occupied 33,904 24%
   Renter occupied 97,309 70%
 
5. Household Income    
Households by 1999 Income Level 131,230 % base 
Less than $20,000 39,708 30%
$20,000 to $34,999 22,431 17%
$35,000 to $49,999 18,206 14%
$50,000 to $74,999 20,383 16%
$75,000 to $99,999 11,780 9%
$100,000 to $149,999 9,843 8%
$150,000 or more 8,879 7%
Average household income $58,913  
Median household income $37,565  
 
6. Median Household Income by Race of Householder    
White $46,966  
Black or African American $25,339  
American Indian and Alaska Native $19,955  
Asian $23,332  
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander $13,333  
Other Race $24,738  
 
Hispanic or Latino (any race) $22,962  
 
7. School Attendance    
Population 3 years or older by Type of School 298,542 % base
In School 103,194 35%
   Preprimary school 6,894 2%
      Public school 5,127 2%
      Private school 1,767 1%
   Elementary/high school 39,932 13%
      Public school 34,210 11%
      Private school 5,721 2%
   College 56,368 19%
      Public school 12,430 4%
      Private school 43,938 15%
 
Not in school 195,348 65%

Five City Comparison - Table I. 2009 Businesses: Daytime Population & Establishment Size

Table I. 2009 Businesses: Daytime Population & Establishment Size

Five City/Town Comparison
 
  Boston  % Brookline % Cambridge % Newton % Chelsea %
Total Establishments 39,687   2,717   6,834   4,760   1,211  
 
Total Employees (Daytime Populn.) 617,092   24,584   126,083   55,166   18,940  
 
Establishments by Employee count 39,686 % base 2,717 % base 6,836 % base 4,760 % base 1,212 % base
1 to 4 26,560 67% 1,902 70% 4,303 63% 3,082 65% 701 58%
5 to 9 5,359 14% 396 15% 1,102 16% 749 16% 214 18%
10 to 19 3,597 9% 224 8% 650 10% 476 10% 137 11%
20 to 49 2,263 6% 111 4% 429 6% 243 5% 80 7%
50 to 99 945 2% 41 2% 186 3% 118 2% 46 4%
100 to 249 657 2% 37 1% 110 2% 70 1% 21 2%
250 to 499 164 0% 4 0% 27 0% 17 0% 10 1%
500 to 999 73 0% 1 0% 18 0% 2 0% 1 0%
1000 or more 68 0% 1 0% 11 0% 3 0% 2 0%
 
The concept of the daytime population refers to the number of people who are present in an area during normal business hours, including workers. This is in contrast to the "resident" population present during the evening and nighttime hours. (US Census Bureau)
 
Data: AGS 2009 Courtesy: Tetrad Computer Applications

Five City Comparison - Table II. 2009 Businesses by Major Categories

Table II. 2009 Businesses by Major Categories

Five City/Town Comparison
 
  Boston % Brookline % Cambridge % Newton % Chelsea %
Establmnts. by Major Category 39,691 % base 2,720 % base 6,838 % base 4,762 % base 1,219 % base
 
Agricultural, Forestry, Fishing 150 0% 16 1% 44 1% 48 1% 3 0%
Mining 9 0% 0 0% 3 0% 0 0% 2 0%
Construction 1,051 3% 56 2% 139 2% 181 4% 52 4%
Manufacturing 748 2% 35 1% 173 3% 94 2% 40 3%
Transport & Communications 1,114 3% 44 2% 190 3% 114 2% 104 9%
Wholesale Trade 976 2% 30 1% 140 2% 158 3% 104 9%
Retail Trade 5,876 15% 401 15% 1,249 18% 759 16% 248 20%
Finance, Insur. & Real Estate 4,096 10% 262 10% 589 9% 484 10% 81 7%
Services 22,823 58% 1,741 64% 3,663 54% 2,659 56% 496 41%
Public Admin. 786 2% 49 2% 142 2% 79 2% 56 5%
Unclassified 2,062 5% 86 3% 506 7% 186 4% 33 3%
 
Top 5 Categories Services 58% Services 64% Services 54% Services 56% Services 41%
  Retail Trade 15% Retail Trade 15% Retail Trade 18% Retail Trade 16% Retail Trade 20%
  FIRE 10% FIRE 10% FIRE 9% FIRE 10% Trans. & Com. 9%
  Unclassified 5% Unclassified 3% Unclassified 7% Unclassified 4% Wholesale Trade 9%
  Trans. & Com. 3% Construction 2% Trans. & Com. 3% Construction 4% FIRE 7%
 
FIRE: Finance, Insurance & Real Estate   Data: AGS 2009 Courtesy: Tetrad Computer Applications

Five City Comparison - Table III. Employees by Major Category

Table III. Employees by Major Category

Five City/Town Comparison
 
  Boston % Brookline % Cambridge % Newton % Chelsea %
Employees by Major Category 617,092 % base 24,585 % base 126,085 % base 55,163 % base 18,947 % base
 
Agricultural, Forestry, Fishing 1,941 0% 114 0% 306 0% 210 0% 17 0%
Mining 132 0% 0 0% 7 0% 0 0% 4 0%
Construction 12,957 2% 611 2% 2,930 2% 2,089 4% 421 2%
Manufacturing 25,966 4% 206 1% 6,561 5% 3,640 7% 1,314 7%
Transport & Communications 23,697 4% 484 2% 2,310 2% 1,852 3% 1,757 9%
Wholesale Trade 13,765 2% 181 1% 1,270 1% 1,570 3% 1,764 9%
Retail Trade 72,499 12% 6,190 25% 16,790 13% 9,393 17% 3,793 20%
Finance, Insur. & Real Estate 97,904 16% 1,605 7% 5,896 5% 3,904 7% 672 4%
Services 318,879 52% 14,086 57% 83,699 66% 30,675 56% 5,971 32%
Public Admin. 41,529 7% 801 3% 4,315 3% 1,403 3% 3,155 17%
Unclassified 7,823 1% 307 1% 2,001 2% 427 1% 79 0%
 
Top 5 Categories Services 52% Services 57% Services 66% Services 56% Services 32%
  FIRE 16% Retail Trade 25% Retail Trade 13% Retail Trade 17% Retail Trade 20%
  Retail Trade 12% FIRE 7% Manuf. 5% FIRE 7% Pub. Admin. 17%
  Pub. Admin. 7% Pub. Admin. 3% FIRE 5% Manuf. 7% Whol.Trade 9%
  Manuf. 4% Construction 2% Pub. Admin. 3% Construction 4% Trans. & Com. 9%
 
Data: AGS 2009 Courtesy: Tetrad Computer Applications

Five City Comparison - Table IV. 2009 Occupations by Occupational Classification

2009 Occupations by Occupational Classification

Five City/Town Comparison
  Boston % Brookline % Cambridge % Newton % Chelsea %
Occupation by Type 609,269 % base 24,275 % base 124,082 % base 54,739 % base 18,862 % base
 
White Collar Employees 453,073 74% 16,606 68% 91,895 74% 38,616 71% 12,074 64%
Blue Collar Employees 156,196 26% 7,669 32% 32,187 26% 16,123 29% 6,788 36%
 
Occupation by Type 609,269 % base 24,275 % base 124,082 % base 54,739 % base 18,862 % base
 
Executive & Managerial 92,483 15% 2,754 11% 18,379 15% 7,601 14% 2,342 12%
Professional 124,190 20% 5,012 21% 30,915 25% 11,964 22% 3,049 16%
Technical 32,015 5% 1,143 5% 7,768 6% 2,222 4% 752 4%
Sales 59,624 10% 2,852 12% 11,434 9% 5,780 11% 2,151 11%
Sales Workers & Clerks 36,774 6% 2,249 9% 8,784 7% 4,412 8% 1,726 9%
Sales Professionals 22,850 4% 603 2% 2,650 2% 1,368 2% 425 2%
Clerical 144,761 24% 4,845 20% 23,399 19% 11,049 20% 3,780 20%
Admin. Support Workers 141,432 23% 4,774 20% 23,244 19% 10,888 20% 3,634 19%
Technical, Sales, & Admin. 3,329 1% 71 0% 155 0% 161 0% 146 1%
Private Household 4 0% 0 0% 1 0% 0 0% 0 0%
Protective Services 8,983 1% 338 1% 1,992 2% 843 2% 378 2%
Services 65,968 11% 3,738 15% 13,018 10% 6,595 12% 2,595 14%
Site based 62,133 10% 3,552 15% 12,322 10% 6,195 11% 2,479 13%
Field based 3,835 1% 186 1% 696 1% 400 1% 116 1%
Agric., Forestry, & Fishing 7,909 1% 399 2% 1,624 1% 863 2% 376 2%
Production & Related 42,750 7% 1,969 8% 9,335 8% 4,746 9% 1,881 10%
Site based 30,293 5% 1,375 6% 6,596 5% 3,307 6% 1,412 7%
Field based 12,457 2% 594 2% 2,739 2% 1,439 3% 469 2%
Operators 8,638 1% 335 1% 1,896 2% 862 2% 392 2%
Materials Handlers 11,528 2% 435 2% 2,243 2% 1,158 2% 592 3%
Laborers 10,416 2% 455 2% 2,078 2% 1,056 2% 574 3%
 
Top 5 Occupations Clerical Professional Professional Professional Clerical
Professional Clerical Clerical Clerical Professional
Exec. & Managerial Services Exec. & Managerial Exec. & Managerial Services
Services Sales Services Services Exec. & Managerial
  Sales   Exec. & Managerial   Sales   Sales   Sales  
 
Data: AGS 2009 Courtesy: Tetrad Computer Applications

Boston Over The Decade Intervals - Table I. Housing Stock and Tenure - Boston

Table I. HOUSING STOCK AND TENURE - Boston

Historic Trends
 
Date 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000
Boston Total 222,079 238,547 232,448 241,304 250,857 251,935
Owner-occupied 54,266 61,165 59,230 59,504 70,545 77,226
  24.4% 25.6% 25.5% 24.7% 28.1% 30.7%
Renter-occupied 163,837 163,267 158,392 158,953 157,923 162,302
  73.8% 68.4% 68.1% 65.9% 63.0% 64.4%
 
Total Vacant Units 3,976 14,115 14,826 22,847 22,389 12,407
Vacancy Rate 1.8% 5.9% 6.4% 9.5% 8.9% 4.9%
 

Boston Over The Decade Intervals - Table II. Unemployment Rate - Boston

Table II. UNEMPLOYMENT RATE - Boston

Historic Trends
 
Date 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000
Persons 14 yrs & over 633,224 534,331 - - - -
Persons 16 yrs & older 614,033 516,551 478,365 459,249 476,275 484,995
Labor Force 227,232 191,373 280,017 275,571 316,162 308,395
Civilian Labor Force 220,004 182,827 278,607 272,794 314,997 308,107
   Employed 200,740 172,248 266,505 256,047 288,704 285,859
   Unemployed 19,264 10,579 12,102 16,747 26,293 22,248
Not in Labor Force 75,111 60,729 198,348 183,678 160,113 176,600
Unemployment Rate 8.8% 5.8% 4.3% 6.1% 8.3% 7.2%
 

Boston Over The Decade Intervals - Table III. Employment by Industry - Boston

Table III. EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY - Boston

Historic Trends
 
Date 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000
Total Employed persons 14 yrs & over            
Total Employed persons 16 yrs & over - - 266,505 256,047 288,704 285,859
   Agr./Mining 1,874 1,376 977 658 1,582 296
   Construction 19,978 17,908 11,730 8,132 11,416 10,848
   Manufacturing 101,892 88,102 46,646 36,521 28,602 17,297
   Transp/Com/Pub.Uts. 37,183 41,120 20,167 18,682 20,069 11,645
   Trade 147,585 126,978 51,693 43,137 47,882 29,892
   Fin./Ins/RE 51,917 57,980 24,479 23,079 31,239 29,799
   Services 89,004 105,485 145,080 105,013 131,867 158,725
   Govt. 84,966 95,673 81,571 - - -
   Pub Admin - - 19,366 20,825 16,047 14,682
   Other - - 3,031 - - -
   Information - - - - - 12,675
 

Massachusetts Housing Trends - Table I. Housing Sales Trends - Massachusetts

Table I. HOUSING SALES TRENDS - MASSACHUSETTS

 
  Median Price Number of Sales
  1-Family Condo 1-Family Condo
Region 2005 2006 2005 2006 2005 2006 2005 2006
Cape Cod $404,200 $390,000 $268,450 $275,000 1,103 823 269 178
Central Mass. $303,500 $290,000 $215,500 $208,750 2,731 2,032 724 574
Greater Boston $515,000 $505,000 $345,000 $337,000 3,484 2,805 3,443 2,743
Northeast Mass. $408,000 $382,950 $242,900 $240,050 3,009 2,230 1,585 1,118
Southeast Mass. $288,000 $280,000 $151,250 $189,900 539 321 97 62
South Shore $369,900 $350,000 $269,400 $254,900 2,147 1,593 658 573
Western Mass. $215,000 $216,500 $156,600 $157,450 2,198 1,846 348 290
Statewide $370,000 $352,000 $282,000 $275,000 15,211 11,650 7,124 5,538
 
Source: Massachusetts Association of Realtors

Ten Metropolitan Areas - Table I. - USA

Table I. TEN METROPOLITAN AREAS - USA

 
in 1,000s
Metropolitan Area Rank 1980 1990 2000
New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island,NY-NJ-CT-PA CMSA 1 18,906 19,567 21,200
Los Angeles-Riverside-Orange County, CA CMSA 2 11,498 14,532 16,374
Chicago-Gary-Kenosha, IL-IN-WI CMSA 3 8,115 8,240 9,158
Washington-Baltimore, DC-MD-VA-WV CMSA 4 5,791 6,726 7,608
San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, CA CMSA 5 5,368 6,278 7,039
Philadelphia-Wilmington-Atlantic City, PA-NJ-DE-MD CMSA 6 5,649 5,893 6,188
Boston-Worcester-Lawrence, MA-NH-ME-CT CMSA 7 5,122 5,456 5,819
Detroit-Ann Arbor-Flint, MI CMSA 8 5,293 5,187 5,456
Dallas-Fort Worth, TX CMSA 9 3,046 4,037 5,222
Houston-Galveston-Brazoria, TX CMSA 10 3,118 3,731 4,670
 

Graduate Enrollment In Sci. & Eng. in USA 1986-95 - Table I.

Graduate Enrollment In Science And Engineering in USA 1986-95 - Table I.

By Field, Race/Ethnicity, And Citizenship
 
Field and race/ethnicity 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995
Total
Science & Engineering  368,212 373,425 375,287 382,769 397,159 412,708 430,797 436,233 431,758 423,922
Natural Sciences 105,541 104,974 105,529 107,301 109,364 112,474 116,699 119,489 120,833 120,451
Math & Computer Sciences 49,316 50,575 51,304 51,729 54,031 54,562 56,675 56,298 53,857 52,018
Social Sciences 111,499 113,939 115,625 119,696 126,139 132,096 139,388 143,565 144,008 143,924
Engineering 101,856 103,937 102,829 104,043 107,625 113,576 118,035 116,881 113,060 107,529
 
U.S. Citizens
Total S&E 77.2% 76.2% 75.1% 74.4% 74.1% 73.7% 74.6% 75.8% 76.3% 76.7%
Natural Sciences 78.5% 76.7% 75.3% 73.9% 72.7% 72.1% 72.7% 73.8% 74.4% 75.3%
Math & Computer Sciences 71.9% 70.5% 70.0% 68.3% 67.7% 66.5% 67.1% 67.9% 68.1% 68.2%
Social Sciences 86.1% 85.9% 85.4% 85.8% 86.3% 86.6% 87.3% 88.1% 88.0% 88.2%
Engineering 68.6% 67.9% 65.7% 64.7% 64.5% 63.6% 64.9% 66.4% 67.3% 67.0%
 
Foreign Citizens
Total S&E 22.8% 23.8% 24.9% 25.6% 25.9% 26.3% 25.4% 24.2% 23.7% 23.3%
Natural Sciences 21.5% 23.3% 24.7% 26.1% 27.3% 27.9% 27.3% 26.2% 25.6% 24.7%
Math & Computer Sciences 28.1% 29.5% 30.0% 31.7% 32.3% 33.5% 32.9% 32.1% 31.9% 31.8%
Social Sciences 13.9% 14.1% 14.6% 14.2% 13.7% 13.4% 12.7% 11.9% 12.0% 11.8%
Engineering 31.4% 32.1% 34.3% 35.3% 35.5% 36.4% 35.1% 33.6% 32.7% 33.0%
 

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