- Computer (31.4%) and Educational (23.7%) occupations still represent
the majority of respondents. Professional (21.9%), Management (12.2%), and
"other" occupations (10.8%) fill out the other categories.
- As expected, there is a high degree of dependence among income and
- Europeans tend to be predominantly in Education (36.4%) and Computers
(33.4%) were as the US sample contained mainly Computer (31.1%) and about
equally divided amongst the Professional (22.9%) and Educational
- Prodigy users reversed the overall employment profiles, with the
dominant occupation being Professional (28.7%), followed by
"other" occupation (20.2%), Management (19.5%), Computer (18.2%) and
- There are less women in than men in Computers (26.5% women vs 32.4% men)
and Management (10.5% women vs 12.7% men), but more women fall into the "other"
occupation category (15.7% women vs 9.9% men).
- Education and Professional occupations show marginal differences between
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