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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)

(b) Occupations, Professions, or Jobs

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

Education

2364
---
285
1531
548

Education workers and students in secondary and special secondary educational institutions:

1310
100
152
851
307

Teachers

764
58.3
83
512
169

Students

238
18.2
56
114
68

Administration

157
12
7
118
32

Auxiliary personnel

151
11.5
6
107
38

Education workers and students of higher educational institutions:

941
100
124
615
202

Instructors

309
32.8
24
223
62

Undergraduate and postgraduate students

494
52.5
87
308
99

Administration

34
3.6
3
23
8

Auxiliary personnel

104
11.0
10
61
33

Educational workers in children's institutions

113
--
9
65
39

Medicine

622
100
32
404
186

Physicians

168
27.0
9
98
61

Medium-level and junior medical personnel

188
30.2
11
113
64

Other workers in medical institutions
In that number:

266
41.2
12
193
61

Administration

55
8.8
2
36
16

Technical personnel

193
31.0
7
145
41

Art, Science, Culture, Press

614
--
52
390
172

Writers, artists, painters, musicians and others

202
--
18
112
72

Workers in scientific institutions

103
100
4
78
21

In that number scientific workers

60
58.3
1
42
15

Workers in museums, theaters, libraries and clubs

242
100
24
146
72

In that number scientific workers

97
40.1
8
61
28

Workers in the mass media

67
100
6
54
7

In that number journalists, editors and others

48
71.6
5
36
5

Religion

334
100
47
233
49

Ministers

244
73.1
36
171
35

Monks, choristers, elders and others

90
26.9
11
62
14