Findings on Employment and Vocational Issues

United Jewish Communities (UJC), May 2, 2004

Part of a series of reports based on information from the National Jewish Population Survey of 2000-01, this slide presentation highlights demographic information regarding American Jews who are unemployed, underemployed, disabled/unable to work, or in need of job assistance or counseling. The report discusses this population's education, occupation, age, gender, region, marital status, immigrant status, mobility, housing tenure, household net worth, health, other social service needs, intermarriage, and Jewish affiliations.

Topic: Social Services, Unemployment, Social Issues, Demography

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Coverage: United States

Language: English

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