Distribution of Hispanic employment in the United States in 2014, by major occupation

Hispanic employment shares in the U.S. in 2014, by major occupation This graph shows the distribution of Hispanic employment in the United States in 2015, distinguished by major occupation. In 2015, 26 percent of working Hispanics in the U.S. were employed in service occupations.
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Share in employment
Service26%
Semi-skilled blue collar13.5%
Office & admin support12%
Professional and related11.8%
Sales and related10%
Unskilled blue collar9.9%
Management, business & financial8.5%
Skilled blue collar8.3%
Share in employment
Service26%
Semi-skilled blue collar13.5%
Office & admin support12%
Professional and related11.8%
Sales and related10%
Unskilled blue collar9.9%
Management, business & financial8.5%
Skilled blue collar8.3%
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This graph shows the distribution of Hispanic employment in the United States in 2015, distinguished by major occupation. In 2015, 26 percent of working Hispanics in the U.S. were employed in service occupations.
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Release date
March 2016
Region
United States
Survey time period
2014
Age group
16 years and older
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Hispanics
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