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Demography, 2004-2008

Table A13
Mortality Rates and Life Expectancy Among Arab Population by Age, Sex and Religion, Average Rates for 2004-2008
Table A14
Mortality Rates and Life Expectancy Among Arab Population by Age, Sex and Region of Residence, Average Rates for 2004-2008

Education, 2005/2006

Table D5
Schools, Students and Classes in Arab Education System by Region of Residence and Level of Education, 2005/6
Table D6
Teaching Jobs and Job units in Arab Education System by Region of Residence and Level of Education, 2005/6
Table D7
Students in Arab Education System by Level of Education, Grade and Region of Residence, 2005/6
Table D8
Students and Students Who Dropped Out from the Arab Education System by Grade and Region of Residence 2005/2006
Table D9
Students at Grade 12, Matriculation Examinees, Examinees Entitlede to A Certificate who Met University Entrance Requirements in the Arab Education System by Sex and Track, 2005/2006
Table D10
Students at Grade 12, Matriculation Examinees, Examinees Entitlede to A Certificate who Met University Entrance Requirements in the Arab Education System by Sex, Region of Residence and Place of Study, 2005/2006
Table D11
Students at Grade 12, Matriculation Examinees, Examinees Entitled to A Certificate who Met University Entrance Requirements in the Arab Education System by Sex, Religion and Track, 2005/2006 (percentages)
Table D12
Students at Grade 12, Matriculation Examinees, Examinees Entitlede to A Certificate who Met University Entrance Requirements in the Arab Education System by Sex, Region of Residence and Place of Study, 2005/2006 (percentages)
Table D13
Students at Grade 12, Matriculation Examinees, Examinees Entitlede to A Certificate who Met University Entrance Requirements1 in the Arab Education System by Years of Schooling of the Parents and the Socio Economic Cluster of Locality of Residence, 2005/6
Table D14
Students at Grade 12, Matriculation Examinees, Examinees Entitlede to A Certificate who Met University Entrance Requirements in the Arab Education System by Locality of Residence, 2005/2006 (A-B order)

2006-2009, Higher education

Table D1
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over, by Religion, Years of Schooling and Sex, 2009
Table D2
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over by Place of Residence, Years of Schooling and Sex, 2009
Table D3
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over by Religion, Highest Diploma and Sex, 2009
Table D4
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over by Place of Residence, Highest Diploma and Sex, 2009
Table D5
Schools, Students and Classes in the Arab Education System by Place of Residence1 and Level of Education, 2006/7
Tables D6
Teaching Jobs and Job Units in the Arab Education System by Place of Residence and Level of Education, 2006/7
Table D7
Students in the Arab Education System by Level of Education, Grade and Place of Residence, 2006/7
Table D8
Students and Dropouts in the Arab Education System by Grade and Place of Residence, 2006/2007
Table D9
Students in the Arab Education System in Grade 12, Matriculation Examinees, Examinees Entitlede to a Matriculation Certificate Who Met University Entrance Requirements by Sex, Religion and Track, 2006/7
Table D10
Students in the Arab Education System in Grade 12, Matriculation Examinees, Examinees Entitled to A Certificate Who Met University Entrance Requirements by Place of Residence and Place of Study, 2006/7
Table D11
Students in the Arab Education System in Grade 12, Matriculation Examinees, Examinees Entitled to a Matriculation Who Met University Entrance Requirements Religion and Track, 2006/7 (percentages)
Table D12
Students in the Arab Education System in Grade 12, Matriculation Examinees, Examinees Entitled to a Matriculation Certificate Who Met University Entrance Requirements, Place of Residence and Place of Study, 2006/7 (percentages)
Table D13
Students in the Arab Education System in Grade 12, Matriculation Examinees, Examinees Entitled to a Matriculation Certificate and Examinees Entitled to a Certificate Who Met University Entrance Requirements by Each Parent's Years of Schooling and the Soc
Table D14
Students in the Arab Education System in Grade 12, Matriculation Examinees, Examinees Entitled to a Matriculation Certificate and Examinees Entitiled to a Matriculation Certificate Who Met University Entrance Requirements by Locality of Residence (in
Table D15
Students in the Arab Education System Who Are Not Entitled to a Matriculation Certificate, or Who Are Not Entitled to a Matriculation Units of Those Not Entitled to a Matriculation Certificate by Sex, Religion, Place of Residence, Place of Study, Each P
Table D16
Arab Applicants for First-Year Undergraduate Studies in Israeli Universities and the Percentage of Applicants Accepted by Religion, Place of Residence and Most Preferred Field, 2008/9
Table D17
Arab Students in Israeli Universities, by Sex, Religion, Degree Candidacy and Field of Study, 2008/9
Table D18
Arab Students in Israeli Universities, by Sex, Place of Residence, Degree Candidacy and Field of Study, 2008/9
Table D19
Arab Students in Israeli Universities, by Field of Study, Sex, Religion, Place of Residence and Degree, 2008/9
Table D20
Arab Recipients of Degrees from Israeli Universities by Degree, Sex, Religion and Place of Residence, 2008/9
Table D21
Arab Recipients of Degrees from Israeli Universities by Field of Study, Sex, Religion and Place of Residence, 2008/9
Table D22
Arab Recipients of Degrees from Israeli Universities by Field of Study and Sex, Selected Years
Tables D23
Arab Students in Non-University Higher Education by Sex, Religion and Field of Study, 2008/9
Tables D24
Arab Students in Non-University Higher Education by Sex, Place of Residence and Field of Study, 2008/9
Table D25
Arab Recipients of Degrees from Non-University Institutions of Higher Education by sex, Religion and Place of Residence, Selected Years

2006, Demography

Table A6
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over by Religion, Marital Status, Sex and Age, Average 2006
Table A7
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over by Region of Residence, Marital Status, Sex and Age, Average 2006
Table A9
Arab Marriages by Age, Sex and Religion, 2006
Table A10
Arab Marriages by Age, Sex and Region of Residence, 2006

2006, Life Style

Table C15
Monthly and Yearly Average Wages of Arab work families by Region of Residence and locality (Sorted by A-B), 2006

Education, 2007

Table D1
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over, by Religion, Years of Schooling and sex, 2007
Table D2
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over, by Region of Residence, Years of Schooling and sex, 2007
Table D3
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over, by Religion, Highest Diploma and sex, 2007
Table D4
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over, by Region of Residence, Highest Diploma and sex, 2007

Education, 2007/2008

Table D16
Arab Applicants for First Year Studies Toward a First Degree in Israeli Universities and the Rate of Applicants who Accepted by Religion, Region of Residence and First Preferred Field, 2007/2008
Table D17
Students in Universities, by Sex, Religion, Degree and Field of Study 2007/2008
Table D18
Students in Universities, by Sex, Region of residence, Degree and Field of Study 2007/2008
Table D19
Arab Students in Israeli Universities, by Field of Study, Sex, Religion, Region of residence and Degree, 2007/2008
Table D20
Arab Recipients of Degrees from Israeli Universities by Degree, Sex, Religion and Region of Rsidence, 2007/2008
Table D21
Arab Recipients of Degrees from Israeli Universities by Field of Study, Sex, Religion and Region of Rsidence, 2007/2008
Table D23
Arab Students in Non-Universities Higher Education by Sex, Religion and Field of Study, 2007/2008
Table D24
Arab Students in Non-Universities Higher Education by Sex, Region of Residence and Field of Study, 2007/2008
Table D22
Arab Recipients of Degrees from Israeli Universities by Field of Study and Sex, Selected Years
Table D25
Arab Recipients of Degrees from Non-Universities of Higher Education by sex, Religion and Region of Residence, Selected Years

2007 ,Local government

Table E1
(Arab Local Authorities by Selected Physical Data, 2007 (A-B Order
Table E2
(Arab Local Authorities by Budget Performance Data1 (NIS Thousands) 2007 (A-B Order
Table E3
(Arab Local Authorities by Income Data on Budget Performence (NIS Thousands), 2007 (A-B Order
Table E4
(Arab Local Authorities by Income Data on Budget Performence (NIS Per Person), 2007 (A-B Order
Table E5
(Arab Local Authorities by Expenditures Data on Budget Performence(NIS Thousands), 2007 (A-B Order
Table E6
(Arab Local Authorities by Expenditures Data on Budget Performence (NIS Per Person), 2007 (A-B Order

Demography, 2007

Table A1
Arab Population by Relgion, Sex and Age, Average 2007
Table A2
Arab Population by Region of Residence, Sex and Age, Average 2007
Table A5
(Arab Population in Localities Numbering 2,000 Residents and More,End of 2007 (A-B Sorted
Table A8
Marriages, Divorces, Live Births, Deaths, Infant Deaths and Natural Increase Among Arab Population by Religion and Regionof Residence, 2007
Table A11
Live Births and Specefic Fertility Rates Among Arab Population by Age, Religion and Region of Residence of the Mother, 2007
Table A12
Live Births Among Arab Population by Birth Order, Religion and Region of Residence of the Mother, 2007
Table A15
Arab Housholds by Size of Household, Housing Density, Region of Residence and Religion, 2007

2007, Work

Table B1
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over by Labour Force Characteristics, Sex and Religion, 2007
Table B2
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over by Labour Force Characteristics, Sex and Region of Residence, 2007
Table B3
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over by Labour Force Charachteristics, Sex and Type of Last School Attended, 2007
Table B4
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over by Sex, Age, Years of Schooling, Highest Diploma, Marital Status and Region of Residence, 2007
Table B5
Arab Civilian Labour Force by Sex, Age, Years of Schooling, Highest Diploma, Marital Status and Region of Residence, 2007
Table B6
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over, Labour Force Participation Rate, Unemployed Rate by Sex, Years of Schooling, Highest Diploma and Marital Status, 2007
Table B7
Arab Participation in Labour Force Rate and Arab Unemployed by Sex, Age, Years of Schooling, Highest Diploma, Marital Status and Region of Residence, 2007
Table B8
Arab Employed Persons by Industry and Sex, 2007
Table B9
Arab Employed by Industry and Last School Attended, 2007
Table B10
Arab Employed by Industry, Region of Residence and Sex, 2007
Table B11
Arab Employed and Percent of Arab Employed Out the Locality of Residence by Industry and Sex, 2007
Table B12
Arab Employed and Percent of Arab Employed Out the Locality of Residence by Industry and Region of Resedence, 2007
Table B13
Arab Employed by Selected Industries (two and three digits), 2007
Table B14
Arab Employed Persons by Region of Residence and Status at Work, 2007
Table B16
Arab Employed Persons by Occupation and Sex, 2007
Table B17
Arab Employed by Occupation and Last School Attended1, 2007
Table B18
Arab Employed by Selected Occupations (two digits), 2007
Table B19
Arab employed by occupation, sex and region of residence, 2007
Table B20
Arab Employed and Percent of Arab Employed Out the Locality of Residence by Occupation and Sex, 2007
Table B21
Arab Employed by Occupation and Status at Work, 2007
Table B22
Unemployed Arab Persons Aged 15-64 by Religion, Region of Residence, Work Experiens, Duration of Work Searching, Extent of Work and the Cause of Stopping Last Work

Life Style, 2007

Table C1
Indices of Poverity Among Arab Population by Region of Residence, 2007
Table C2
Indices of Poverity Among Arab Households by Type of Household, 2007
Table C3
The Part of Arab Households Relativly to All Households in Israel and Relativly of All Poverty households in Israel by Household Type and Region of Residence, 2007
Table C4
Level and Composition of Arab Households Income from Different Sources by Type of Household, 2007
Table C7
Total Disposable Income and Total Consumption Expenditures Per Standard Arab Person by Type of consumption Expenditures and Region of Residence, 2007
Table C8
Monetary Disposable Income and Total Consumption Expenditures Per Standard Arab Person by Type of Consumption Expenditures and Region of Residence, 2007
Table C9
Total Disposable Income and Total Consumption Expenditures Per Standard Arab Person by Type of consumption Expenditures and Income Quintiles, 2007
Table C10
Monetary Disposable Income and Total Consumption Expenditures Per Standard Arab Person by Type of consumption Expenditures and Income Quintiles, 2007
Table C11
Total Disposable Income and Total Consumption Expenditures Per Standard Arab Person by Type of consumption Expenditures and Number of Providers, 2007
Table C12
Monetary Disposable Income and Total Consumption Expenditures Per Standard Arab Person by Type of consumption Expenditures and Number of Providers, 2007
Table C13
Arab Households by Ownership of Durable Goods, Religion and Region of Residence (Percentages), 2007
Table C14
Monthly and Yearly Average Wages of Arab Employee1 and Employee Rate of Arabs that there Wage Less Than Minimum Wage by Region of Residence and Locality (Sorted by A-B), 2007
Table C5
The Relative Part of Arab Households from Total Households in Israeland Arab Households by Income Deciles of Total Households in Israel

Demography, 2009

Table A1
Arab Population by Religion, Sex and Age, Average for 2009
Table A2
Arab Population by Region of Residence, Sex and Age, Average 2009
Table A3 & A4
Sources of Arab Population Growth by Religion and Region of Residence, 2009
Table A5
Arab Population in Localities Numbering at least 2,000 Residents (in Alphabetical order), End of 2009
Table A6
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over by Marital Status, Sex, Age and Religion, Average for 2008
Table A7
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over by Region of Residence, Marital Status, Sex and Age, Average for 2008
Table A8
Marriages, Divorces, Live Births, Deaths, Infant Deaths and Natural Increase Among Arab Population by Religion and Region of Residence, 2009
Table A9
Arab Brides and Grooms by Age, Sex and Religion, 2008
Table A10
Arab Brides and Grooms by Age, Sex and Region of Residence, 2008
Table A11
Live Births and Specific Fertility Rates in the Arab Population by Age, Religion and Region of Residence of the Mother, 2009
Table A12
Live Births in the Arab Population by Birth Order, Religion and Mother's Region of Residence, 2009
Table A13
Mortality Rates and Life Expectancy in the Arab Population by Age, Sex and Religion, Average Rates for 2006–2010
Table A14
Mortality Rates and Life Expectancy in the Arab Population by Age, Sex and Region of Residence, Average Rates for 2006–2010
Table A15
Arab Housholds by Size of Household, Housing Density, Region of Residence and Religion, 2009

2008, Profiles of arab towns

Table F1
Arab Localities Numbering 500 Residents or Less by Selected Geographic and Demographic Characteristics, End 2008
Table F2
Arab Localities Numbering 501–1,999 Residents by Selected Geographic and Demographic Characteristics, End 2008
Table F3
Arab Localities Numbering 2,000–9,999 Residents by Selected Geographic and Demographic Characteristics, End 2008
Table F4 (A)
Arab Localities Numbering 10,000 Residents or More by Selected Geographic and Demographicl Characteristics, End 2008
Table F4 (B)
Arab Localities Numbering 10,000 Residents and More by Selected Geographic and Demographic Characteristics, End 2008 (continued)
Table F5 (A)
Arab Localities Numbering 501–1,999 Residents by Selected Socio-Economic Characteristics, End 2008
Table F5 (B)
Arab Localities Numbering 501–1,999 Residents by Selected Socioeconomic Characteristics, End 2008 (continued)
Table F5 (C)
Arab Localities Numbering 501–1,999 Residents by Selected Socioeconomic Characteristics, End 2008 (continued)
Table F5 (D)
Arab Localities Numbering 501–1,999 Residents by Selected Socioeconomic Characteristics, End 2008 (continued)
Table F6 (A)
Arab Localities Numbering 2,000–9,999 Residents by Selected Socioeconomic Characteristics, End 2008
Table F6 (B)
Arab Localities Numbering 2,000–9,999 Residents by Selected Socioeconomic Characteristics, End 2008 (continued)
Table F6 (C)
Arab Localities Numbering 2,000–9,999 Residents by Selected Socioeconomic Characteristics, End 2008 (continued)
Table F6 (D)
Arab Localities Numbering 2,000–9,999 Residents by Selected Socioeconomic Characteristics, End 2008 (continued)
Table F6 (E)
Arab Localities Numbering 2,000–9,999 Residents by Selected Socioeconomic Characteristics, End 2008 (continued)
Table F7 (A)
Arab Localities Numbering 10,000 Residents or More by Selected Socioeconomic Characteristics, End 2008
Table F7 (B)
Arab Localities Numbering 10,000 Residents or More by Selected Socioeconomic Characteristics, End 2008 (continued)
Table F7 (C)
Arab Localities Numbering 10,000 Residents or More by Selected Socioeconomic Characteristics, End 2008 (continued)
Table F7 (D)
Arab Localities Numbering 10,000 Residents or More by Selected Socioeconomic Characteristics, End 2008 (continued)
Table F7 (E)
Arab Localities Numbering 10,000 Residents or More by Selected Socioeconomic Characteristics, End 2008 (continued)
Table F7 (F)
Arab Localities Numbering 10,000 Residents or More by Selected Socieconomic Characteristics, End 2008 (continued)
Table F8 (A)
Changes in the Demographic Characteristics of Arab Localities between the 1972, 1983, 1995 and 2008 Censuses
Table F8 (B)
Changes in the Demographic Characteristics of Arab Localities between the 1972, 1983, 1995 and 2008 Censuses (continued)
Table F9 (A)
Changes in Selected Socioeconomic Characteristics of Arab Localities between the 1972, 1983, 1995 and 2008 Censuses
Table F9 (B)
Changes in Selected Socioeconomic Characteristics of Arab Localities between the 1972, 1983, 1995 and 2008 Censuses (continued)

2010, Life style

Table C1
Indices of Poverty in the Arab Population by Region of Residence, 2010
Table C2
Indices of Poverty Among Arab Households by Type of Household, 2010
Table C3
Arab Households as a Percentage of All Households in Israel and of Poor Households in Israel by Households Characteristics and Region of Residence, 2010
Table C4
Arab Households as a Percentage of All Households in Israel and Distribution of Arab Households by Income Deciles of all Households in Israel, 2010
Table C5
Level and Composition of Arab Household Income from different Sources by Type of Household, 2010
Table C6
All Arab Residents1 Receiving Main Types of National Insurance Institute Benefits by Type of Benefit and Region of Residence,2 December 2010
Table C7
Total Disposable Income and Total Consumption Expenditure per Standard Arab Person by Type of Consumption Expenditure and Region of Residence, 2010
Table C8
Monetary Disposable Income and Total Consumption Expenditure per Standard Arab Person by Type of Consumption Expenditure and Region of Residence, 2010
Table C9
Total Disposable Income and Total Consumption Expenditure per Standard Arab Person by Type of Consumption Expenditure and Income Quintiles, 2010
Table C10
Monetary Disposable Income and Total Consumption Expenditure per Standard Arab Person by Type of Consumption Expenditure and Income Quintiles, 2010
Table C11
Total Disposable Income and Total Consumption Expenditure per Standard Arab Person by Type of Consumption Expenditure and Number of Providers, 2010
Table C12
Monetary Disposable Income and Total Consumption Expenditure per Standard Arab Person by Type of Consumption Expenditure and Number of Providers, 2010
Table C13
Arab Households by Ownership of Durable Goods, Religion and Region of Residence (Percentage), 2010
Table C14
Average Monthly Salary and Average Monthly Salary for the Year of Arab Employee and Percentage of Arab Employees Earning Less Then the Minimum Wage by Region of Residence and Locality (in alphabetical order), 2009
Table C15
Average Monthly Salary and Average Monthly Salary for the Year of Employed Arab Families1 by Region of Residence and Locality (in alphabetical order), 2009
Table C16
Average Monthly Income for the Year of Self-Employed Arabs and Percentage of Self-Employed Arabs Earning No More Than Half the Average Wage by Region of Residence and Locality (in alphabetical order), 2009

Work, 2009

Table B1
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over by Civilian Labor Force Characteristics, Sex and Religion, 2009
Table B2
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over by Labor Force Characteristics, Sex and Region of Residence, 2009
Table B3
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over by Sex, Age, Years of Schooling, Highest Diploma, Marital Status and Region of Residence, 2009
Table B4
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over by Labor Force Characteristics, Sex and Type of Last School Attended, 2009
Table B5
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over, Labor Force Participatio Rate and Unemployed Rate by Sex, Age, Years of Schooling, Highest Diploma and Marital Status, 2009
Table B6
Arab Civilian Labor Force by Sex, Age, Years of Schooling, Highest Diploma, Marital Status and Region of Residence, 2009
Table B7
Arab Participation Rate in Labor Force and Arab Unemployed Rate by Sex, Age, Years of Schooling, Highest Diploma, Marital Status and Region of Residence, 2009
Table B8
Arab Employed Persons by Economic Sector and Sex, 2009
Table B9
Employed Arab Persons by Economic Sector and Last School Attended, 2009
Tables B10
Employed Arab Persons by Economic Sector, Region of Residence and Sex, 2009
Table B11
Employed Arab Persons and Percent of Arabs Employed Outside Their Locality of Residence by Economic Sector and Sex, 2009
Table B12
Employed Arab Persons and Percentage of Arabs Employed Outside their Locality of Residence by Economic Sector and Region of Residence, 2009
Table B13
Employed Arab Persons by Selected Economic Sector and Selected Economic Subsectors, 2009
Table B14
Employed Arab Persons by Region of Residence and Status at Work, 2009
Table B15
Employed Arab Persons by Economic Sector and Status at Work, 2009
Table B16
Employed Arab Persons by Main Occupation and Sex, 2009
Table B17
Employed Arab Persons by Last School Attended and Main Occupation, 2009
Table B18
Employed Arab Persons by Selected Main Occupations and Selected Suboccupations, 2009
Table B19
Employed Arab Persons by Main Occupation, Sex and Rregion of Residence, 2009
Table B20
Employed Arab Persons and Percentage of Arab Employed Outside their Locality of Residence by Main Occupation and Sex, 2009
Table B21
Employed Arab Persons by Main Occupation and Status at Work, 2009
Table B22
Unemployed Arab Persons Aged 15–64 by Religion, Region of Residence, Work Experiens, Duration of Search for Employment, Extent of Work Sought and Reason for Cessation of Last Employment, 2009
Table B23
Arab Employed by Industries and Status at Work, 2009

2009, Life Style

Table C1
Indices of Poverty in the Arab Population by Region of Residence, 2009
Table C2
Indices of Poverity Among Arab Households by Type of Household, 2009
Table C3
Arab Household as a Persentage of All Households in Israel and of Poor households in Israel by Household and Region of Residence, 2009
Table C4
Arab Households as a Persentage of All Households in Israel and Distribution of Arab Households by Income Deciles of all Households in Israel, 2009
Table C5
Level and Composition of Arab Household Income from All Sources by Type of Household, 2009
Table C6
All Arab Residents Receiving Main Types of National Insurance Institute Benefits by Type of Benefit and Region of Residence, December 2009
Table C7
Total Disposable Income and Total Consumption Expenditure per Standard Arab Person by Type of Consumption Expenditure and Region of Residence, 2009
Tables C8
Monetary Disposable Income and Total Consumption Expenditure per Standard Arab Person by Type of Consumption Expenditure and Region of Residence, 2009
Table C9
Total Disposable Income and Total Consumption Expenditure per Standard Arab Person by Type of consumption Expenditure and Income Quintiles, 2009
Table c10
Monetary Disposable Income and Total Consumption Expenditure per Standard Arab Person by Type of consumption Expenditure and Income Quintiles, 2009
Table C11
Total Disposable Income and Total Consumption expenditure per Standard Arab Person by Type of Consumption Expenditure and Number of Providers, 2009
Table C12
Monetary Disposable Income and Total Consumption Expenditure per Standard Arab Person by Type of Consumption Expenditure and Number of Providers, 2009
Table C13
Arab Households by Ownership of Durable Goods, Religion and Region of Residence (Percentages), 2009
Table C14
Average Monthly Salary and Average Monthly Salary for the Year and Percentag of Arab Employees Residence and Locality (in alphabetical order), 2008
Table C15
Average Monthly Salary and Average Monthly Salary for the Year of Employed Arab Families by Region of Residence and Locality (in alphabetical order), 2008
Table C16
Average Monthly Income for the Year of Self-Employed Arabs and Percentage of Self-Employed Arabs Earning No More Than Half the Average Wage (in alphabetical order), 2008

Local government

Table E1
Arab Local Authorities in Israel (in alphbetical order) by Selected Physical Data, 2009
Table E2
Arab Local Authorities in Israel (in alphabetical order) by Budget Performance (in thousands of NIS) 2009
Table E3
Arab Local Authorities in Israel (in alphabetical order) by Income Data in Budget Performance (in thousand of NIS), 2009
Table E4
Arab Local Authorities in Israel (in alphabetical order) by Income Data in Budget Performance (in NIS per capita), 2009
Table E5
Arab Local Authorities in Israel (in alphabetical order) by Expenditure Data in Budget Performance (in thousand of NIS), 2009
Table E6
Arab Local Authorities in Israel (in alphabetical order) by Expenditure Data in Budget Performance (in NIS per capita), 2009

Demography, 2009-2010

Table A1
Arab Population by Religion, Sex and Age, Average for 2010
Table A2
Arab Population by Region of Residence,1 Sex and Age, Average for 2010
Table A3
Sources of Arab Population Growth by Religion and Region of Residence, 2010
Table A4
Arab and Mixed Arab-Jewish Localities and the Arab Population by Region of Residence and Municipal Status,End of 2010
Table A5
Arab Population in Localities Numbering at least 2,000 Residents,(in Alphabetical Order) End of 2010
Table A6
Arab Population Aged 15 or Over by Marital Status, Sex, Age and Religion, Average for 2009
Table A7
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over by Region of Residence, Marital Status, Sex and Age, Average for 2009
Table A8
Marriages, Divorces, Live Births, Deaths, Infant Deaths and Natural Increase in the Arab Population by Religion and Region of Residence, 2010
Table A9
Arab Brides and Grooms by Age, Sex and Religion, 2009
Table A10
Arab Brides and Grooms by Age, Sex and Region of Residence, 2009
Table A11
Live Births and Specific Fertility Rates in the Arab Population by Age, Religion and Region of Residence, 2010
Table A12
Live Births in the Arab Population by Birth Order, Religion and Mother's Region of Residence, 2010
Table A13
Mortality Rates and Life Expectancy in the Arab Population by Age, Sex and Religion, Average Rates for 2006–2010
Table A14
Mortality Rates and Life Expectancy in the Arab Population by Age, Sex and Region of Residence, Average Rates for 2006–2010
Table A15
Arab Housholds by Size of Household, Housing Density, Region of Residence and Religion, 2010

Work, 2010

Table B1
Arab Population Aged 15 or Over by Civilian Labor Force Characteristics, Sex and Religion, 2010
Table B2
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over by Civilian Labor Force Characteristics, Sex and Region of Residence, 2010
Table B3
Arab Population Aged 15 or Over by Sex, Age, Years of Schooling, Highest Diploma, Marital Status and Region of Residence, 2010
Table B4
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over by Labor Force Characteristics, Sex and Type of Last School Attended, 2010
Table B5
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over, Labor Force Participation Rate and Unemployed Rate by Sex, Age, Years of Schooling,Highest Diploma and Marital Status, 2010
Table B6
Arab Civilian Labor Force, by Sex, Age, Years of Schooling, Highest Diploma, Marital Status and Region of Residence, 2010
Table B7
Arab Participation Rate in Labor Force and Arab Unemployed Rate by Sex, Age, Years of Schooling, Highest Diploma, Marital Status and Region of Residence, 2010
Table B8
Arab Employed Persons by Economic Sector and Sex, 2010
Table B9
Employed Arab Persons by Economic Sector and Last School Attended, 2010
Table B10
Employed Arab Persons by Economic Sector, Region of Residence1 and Sex, 2010
Table B11
Employed Arab Persons and Percentage of Arabs Employed Outside Their Locality of Residence by Economic Sector and Sex, 2010
Table B12
Employed Arab Persons and Percentage of Arabs Employed Outside their Locality of Residence by Economic sector and Region of Resedence, 2010
Table B13
Employed Arab Persons by Selected Economic Sector and Selected Economic Subsectors, 2010
Table B14
Employed Arab Persons by Region of Residence and Status at Work, 2010
Table B15
Employed Arab Persons by Economic Sector and Status at Work, 2010
Table B16
Employed Arab Persons by Main Occupation and Sex, 2010
Table B17
Employed Arab Persons by Last School Attended and Main Occupation,1 2010
Table B18
Employed Arab Persons by Selected Main Occupations and Selected Suboccupations,1 2010 (continued)
Table B19
Employed Arab Persons by Main Occupation, Sex and Region of Residence,1 2010
Table B20
Employed Arab Persons and Percentage of Arabs Employed Outside their Locality of Residence by Main Occupation and Sex, 2010
Table B21
Employed Arab Persons by Main Occupation and Status at Work, 2010

2010-2011, Higher education

Table D1
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over by Religion, Years of of Schooling and Sex, 2010
Table D2
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over by Place of Residence, Years of Schooling and Sex, 2010
Table D3
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over by Religion, Highest Diploma and Sex, 2010
Table D4
Arab Population Aged 15 and Over by Place of Residence,Highest Diploma and Sex, 2010
Table D5
Schools, Students and Classes in the Arab Education System by Place of Residence1 and Level of Education, 2010/2011
Table D6
Teaching Jobs and Job Units in the Arab Education System by Place of Residence1 and Level of Education, 2010/2011
Table D7
Students in the Arab Education System by Level of Education, Grade and Place of Residence, 2010/2011
Table D8
Students and Students Who Dropouts in the Arab Education System by Grade and Place of Residence, 2010/2011
Table D9
Students in the Arab Education System in Grade 12, Matriculation Examinees, Examinees Entitled to Matriculation Certificate and Examinees Entitled to a Matriculation Certificate Who Met University Entrance Requirements by Sex, Religion and Track, 2010/2
Table D10
Students in the Arab Education System in Grade 12, Matriculation Examinees, Examinees Entitled to Matriculation Certificate and Examinees Entitled to a Matriculation Certificate Who Met University Entrance Requirements by Sex, Place of Residence and Plac
Table D11
Students in the Arab Education System in Grade 12, Matriculation Examinees, Examinees Entitled to Matriculation Certificate and Examinees Entitled to a Matriculation Certificate Who Met University Entrance Requirements by Sex, Religion and Track, 2010/2
Table D12
Students in the Arab Education System in Grade 12, Matriculation Examinees, Examinees Entitled to Matriculation Certificate Who Met University Entrance Requirments in the Arab Education System by Sex, Place of Residence and Place of Study, 2010/2011 (per
Table D13
Students in the Arab Education System in Grade 12, Matriculation Examinees, Examinees Entitled to Matriculation Certificate and Examinees Entitled to a Matriculation Certificate Who Met University Entrance Requirements by Each Parent's Years of Schooling
Table D14
Students in the Arab Education System in Grade 12, Matriculation Examinees, Examinees Entitled to a Matriculation Certificate and Examinees Entitled to a Matriculation Certificate Who Met University Entrance Requirements by Locality of Residence (in alph
Table D15
Students in the Arab Education System Who Are Not Entitled to a Matriculation Certificate, or Who Are Not Entitled to a Matriculation Certificate but Who Passed At Least One Exam, and Number of Study Units of Those Not Entitled to a Matriculation Certifi
Table D16
Arab Applicants for First-Year Undergraduate Studies in Israeli Universities and the Percentage of Applicants Accepted by Religion, Place of Residence and Most Preferred Field, 2011
Table D17
Arab Students in Israeli Universities, by Sex, Religion, Degree Candidacy and Field of Study, 2011
Table D18
Arab Students in Israeli Universities, by Sex, Place of Residence, Degree Candidacy and Field of Study, 2011
Table D19
Arab Students in Israeli Universities, by Field of Study, Sex, Religion, Place of Residence and Degree Candidacy, 2011
Table D20
Arab Recipients of Degrees from Israeli Universities by Degree, Sex, Religion and Place of Residence, 2011
Table D21
Arab Recipients of Degrees from Israeli Universities by Field of Study, Sex, Religion and Place of Residence, 2011
Table D22
Arab Recipients of Degrees from Israeli Universities by Field of Study and Sex, Selected Years
Table D23
Arab Students in Non-University Institutions Higher Education by Sex, Religion and Field of Study, 2011
Table 24
Arab Students in Non-University1 Institutions of Higher Education by Sex, Place of Residence and Field of Study, 2011
Table 25
Arab Recipients of Degrees from Non-University Institutions of Higher Education by Sex, Religion and Place of Residence, Selected Years

2010, Local government

Table E1
Arab Local Authorities in Israel (in alphabetical order) by Selected Physical Data, 2010
Table E2
Arab Local Authorities in Israel (in alphabetical order) by Budget Performance (in thousands of NIS), 2010
Table E3
Arab Local Authorities in Israel (in alphabetical order) by Income Data in Budget Performance (in thousands of NIS), 2010
Table E4
Arab Local Authorities in Israel (in alphabetical order) by Income Data in Budget Performance1 (in NIS per Capita), 2010
Table E5
Arab Local Authorities in Israel (in alphabetical order) by Expenditure Data in Budget Performance ( in thousands of NIS), 2010
Table E6
Arab Local Authorities in Israel (in alphabetical order) by Expenditures Data in Budget Performance (in NIS Per Capita), 2010