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Mr. KATOR. The latest data I have shown 646, which 43 are women, 26 are minority, it moves up and down, 9 black, 13 Spanish-speaking.

Mr. CLAY. And these are people that have to investigate complaints of discrimination !

Mr. Kator. These are the people at the agencies that we supply if agencies do ask for help in doing discrimination complaint investigations, but as I indicated, the agencies have the initial responsibility for doing that.

Mr. CLAY. Are you satisfied that we are making tremendous progress in terms of affording equal opportunity to everybody in our society?

Mr. KATOR. Making tremendous progress? No; I am personally satisfied that we have set the foundation, and it is the right foundation. I am personally satisfied that the picture we show, the statistical one, is an important one, showing significant change occurring in the Fed"eral service. I am personally satisfied that over a period of time the figures at the very highest levels are going to change considerably. I am confident on all of those points.

Mr. Clay. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.

Mr. HAWKINS. Prior to Mr. Clay's questions, without objection we will insert into the record a statistical breakdown of minority group employment in the Federal Government, the representation of minorities and women in 10 nonprofessional occupations with a breakdown of those occupations by race, sex, and salary, and a chart of 11 Federal professional occupations so as to reflect somewhat on the questions that Mr. Clay dealt with. Mr. Hampton, this data, I think, well reflects the concentration of minorities in the lower grades. As a matter of fact, not until we drop below level 10 are minorities adequately represented. When we get down to grades 1 to 4, they are overrepresented, if I may say so.

Without objection, this will be submitted into the record. [The document referred to follows:]

MINORITY GROUP EMPLOYMENT IN THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT (MAY 1972 TO MAY 1974)

May 31 1972

Nov. 30 1973

May 31 1974

Number

Percent

Number

Percent

Number

Percent

GS-1
GS-2
GS-3
GS-4
GS-5.
GS-6.
GS-7.
GS-8
GS-9.
GS-10.
GS-11
GS-12-
GS-13.
GS-14.
GS-15.
GS-16.
GS-17
GS-18.

2,092
9, 241
30, 559
43, 449
37, 293
16,649
17, 243

4,217 16, 927

1, 325 11, 131 7,588 4,759 2, 259 1, 210 142 39 13

52.3 32.8 29.3 25.6 22.4 19.6 15.4 14.1 11.2 6.8 7.5 5.9 4.8 4.6 4.3 3.5 3.2 2.7

1, 516 10, 496 30,568 43, 305 41, 026 18,098 19, 321

4,666 17, 979

1, 998
12, 508
8, 668
5,509
2, 394
1, 359
150
37
14

44.9
32.3
30.5
27.1
24.2
22.4
16.6
16.1
12.7
8.8
8.7
6.7
5.4
4.9
4.9
4.0
3. 3
3.3

2,168
10, 473
32, 876
45, 125
42, 750
18, 812
20, 552
4, 948
18, 369

2,077 12, 946 9, 155 5, 711 2,548

45.7 31.4 29.8 26.7 24.0 22.5 17.0 16.7 12.9 9.5 9.0 7.0 5.5 5.2 5.0 4.1 3.6 4.0

1, 405

154
40
17

Total, all General

schedule

employees.. Total minorities.

1,330, 754
206, 136

15.5

1, 312, 074

219,612

16.7

1,354, 451

230, 126

17.0

Source: Civil Service Commission central personnel data statistics for November 1974.

REPRESENTATION OF MINORITIES AND WOMEN IN 10 NONPROFESSIONAL OCCUPATIONS I

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1 Source: Civil Service Commission central personnel data statistics for November 1974. ? The average salary for men employed in the general clerical and administrative series is $16,305 while women earn an average of $10,203.

11 FEDERAL PROFESSIONAL OCCUPATIONS BY RACE, SEX, ACCESSIONS, AND SALARY 1

Men

Women

White

Men

All
Women minorities

Men

Women

Black

Men

Women

13, 735

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89.7 10.2
$19, 424 $19, 688 $15, 637

+$264 - $3,787

529

52
90.5

8.9
+$165
$19,589 $19, 816 $15, 807 $17,536 $18,074 $14, 899

-$1, 888

22

3.7
$17, 636 $18, 405

$14, 984

6, 039
89.7

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770 614 154

79.7 20.0 $16, 316 $16, 663 $13, 300

+$347 -$3,016

704

91.4
$16, 400

+$84

47

6.1
$16, 693 $13, 319 $15, 692 $16, 608 $13, 320

- $624

33

4.2
$15, 467 $16, 447

$13, 402

Civil Service Commission occupation title and series No.

All employees

14, 677

93.5

584 524

6, 729

Internal revenue agent (512):
Employee totals:

Number

Percent.
Accessions:

Number 3

Percent 3
Average salaries.

Difference in relation to average salary of all employees.
Internal revenue officer (1169):
Employee totals:

Number

Percent.
Accessions:

Number.

Percent.
Average salaries

Difference in relation to average salary of all employees.
Criminal investigating (1811):
Employee totals:

Number.

Percent
Accessions :

Number.

Percent.
Average salaries
Difference in relation to average salary of all employees.

19,501

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1 Source: Civil Service Commission central personnel data statistics for Novemeber 1974.

? Figures do not equal totals for all enployees' nor do percentages equal 100 percent because of sex and race omissions on CSC records.

These figures reflect the number and percent of new hires and transfers in each occupation series from November 1973 to November 1974.

Hispanic

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2.2 $17, 193

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43 0.6

13

1.6 $15, 379

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5.6 $17, 878

6

0.7 $18, 582

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18,582

Men

Women

White

Men

All Women minorities

Men

Women

Black

Men

Women

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Civil Service Commission occupation title and series No.
Internal revenue agent (512):
Employee totals:

Number.

Percent.
Accessions:

Number

Percent.
Average salaries.
Internal revenue officer (1169):
Employee totals:

Number.

Percent.
Accessions:

Number.

Percent.
Average salaries
Criminal investigating (1811):
Employee totals:

Number.

Percent.
Accessions:

Number.

Percent.
Average salaries.

353
1.8

All
employees

26, 772

26, 038

Civil Service Commission occupation title and series No.
Air Traffic control (2152):
Employee totals:

Number.

Percent.
Accessions:

Number.

Percent.
Average salaries

Difference in relation to average salary of all employees.
Computer specialist (334);
Employee totals:

Number.

Percent.
Accessions:

Number

Percent
Average salaries.
Difference in relation to average of all employees.

23, 549

19, 039

2,068

$19, 402

1, 734

83.8 $19,584 $20, 071 +$182

189

9.1
$17, 347 $17,923 $18, 528

--$1,479

145

7.0 $16, 516 $17,932 $18, 633

$16, 613

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Men

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673 515 154

76.5 22.8
$17, 219 $17, 580 $12, 649

+$361 - $4,570

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547 12.4

162

236 5.3

90

4,077 92.6

150 3.4

104

81.2 18.5
$22, 962 $23, 540 $18, 945

+$578 - $4,017

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All employees

4,711

4, 367

92.6

4, 402

3, 849
87.4

Civil Service Commission occupation title and series No.
Financial institution examining (570):
Employee totals:

Number

Percent.
Accessions:

Number

Percent.
Average salaries.

Difference in relation to average salary of all employees.
Economist (110):
Employee totals:

Number..

Percent
Accessions:

Number

Percent
Average salaries.

Difference in relation to average salary af all employees..
General attorney (905):
Employee totals:

Number.

Percent.
Accessions:

Number

Percent.
Average salaries
Difference in relation to average salary of all employees.

561 456

11, 762

10, 660

90.6

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1, 308 1, 147 151

86.6 11.5
$24,904 $25, 198 $22, 081

+$294 - $2, 823

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