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Table 5 (part a, part b, part c)
Data about the social status of the repressed people in the
sphere of their occupations, professions and jobs.
(On the basis of data in "Odessa Martyrology" for 33012 people)

(a) Occupations, Professions, or Jobs

Total Number of Repressed People
%
In that Number within the Years
1919-1930
1931-1940
1941-1952

Agriculture

11860
100
1344
8653
1855

Peasants
In that number:

10987
92.6
1324
7947
1713

Individual peasant farmers

3689
31.1
1197
1802
690

Workers on state and collective farms

7298
61.5
127
6145
1023

Agronomists and other specialists

476
4
14
383
77

Administration of state and collective farms

397
3.3
6
323
65

Industry (Factories, plants, mills, groups of enterprises, and others)

2911
100
214
2119
571

Workers

1968
67.6
133
1445
387

Engineers and other specialists

347
11.9
35
227
83

Other employees

389
13.3
44
276
67

Administration

207
7.1
2
171
34

Other city enterprises and businesses (Banks, hotels, stores, restaurants, mail and telegraph service, city water service, and others)

4513
100
855
2811
839

Workers in governmental enterprises and businesses

3220
71.3
358
2137
717

Laborers

1325
29.3
169
871
282

Engineers and other specialists

310
6.9
19
201
89

Other employees

1302
28.8
159
868
273

Administration

283
6.3
11
197
73

Proprietors and workers in private businesses and artels

1293
28.7
497
674
122

Transport

2136
--
101
1665
368

Workers of the Black Sea Steamship Line

359
100
21
305
32

In that number seagoing personnel

262
73.0
13
221
24

Workers of the Odessa Seaport

185
--
9
142
33

Workers of other steamship lines and ports

118
--
7
71
40

Railroad workers:

1474
100
64
1146
263

Laborers

941
63.8
32
733
173

Engineers and other specialists

169
11.5
6
128
32

Other employees

245
16.6
21
172
51

Administration

119
8.1
5
107
7