Nick Tortorello has kindly drafted a survey, as he did for our 25th. It might be fun to look back at those 25-year-old results:
- In 1996, 18% of survey respondents said they were doctors, and 20% were lawyers. We had 12% in finance or banking, 10% in education, 8% in “business” and 4% in publishing. Two percent identified as homemakers, and 1% as volunteers.
- The large majority (87%) of us were employed full-time, with 4% employed part-time. No one was retired, but 3% were looking for work, and 2% reported “other” employment status.
- Most of us (72%) were married, with an additional 11% remarried; 8% were divorced or separated, and 7% had remained single.
- In terms of religious affiliation, 55% identified as Protestant, 8% each Catholic and Jewish, with 32% having no religious affiliation.
- Politically, 35% of us were Conservatives, 26% were in the “Middle of the Road”, and 38% Liberals.
You can see the complete report from our 25th here.
We “previewed” some of the results from our 50th Reunion survey during our Virtual Reunion — here’s what we have so far. Thanks to all for the time and effort spent answering the questions.