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’ll be “previewing” some of the results from our 50th Reunion survey here. Thanks to all for the time and effort spent answering the questions.