TABLE 3 From Watkins et al (1993)
This is Table 1 in Watkins et al
(1997)[3]
Demographic Data Information on Study Cohort

Males Females White Nonwhite White Nonwhite
Number of workers (% of total number) 68,666 (65) 4,238 (4) 29,805 (28) 3,311 (3)
Number of workers by facility (% of number in race/gender group)
ORNL only 11,349 (17) 1,021 (24) 3,902 (13) 464 (14) TEC only 16,503 (24) 942 (22) 14,483 (49) 1,627 (49) Y-12 only 8,591 (12) 629 (15) 1,465 (5) 283 (9) K-25 only 21,279 (31) 945 (22) 6,870 (23) 533 (16) MUL (worked in multiple facilities) 10,944 (16) 701 (17) 3,085 (10) 404 (12) Number employed only during WWII (% of number in race/gender group) 31,337 (46) 1,750 (41) 20,164 (68) 2,065 (62) Total person-years of follow-up (% of total person-years) 1,824,000 (65) 82,700 (3) 833,100 (30) 70,400 (2) Total person-years of employment (% of total person-years) 462,824 (79) 23,055 ( 4) 91,757 (15) 9,596 (2)
Total person-years of employment by facility (% of total in race/gender group)
ORNL 130,780 (28) 8,163 (35) 27,747 (30) 2,708 (28) Y-12 157,994 (34) 7,649 (33) 19,095 (21) 2,688 (28) K-25 148,020 (32) 6,394 (28) 28,365 (31) 2,727 (29) TEC 26,030 (6) 849 (4) 16,550 (18) 1,472 (15)
Vital status (% of number in race/gender group)
alive 41,748 (61) 2,499 (59) 19,648 (66) 1,944 (59) dead 22,724 (33) 1,121 (26) 3,595 (12) 542 (16) unknown 4,194 (6) 618 (15) 6,562 (22) 825 (25) Number with death certificate 22,283 (98) 1,072 (96) 3,452 (96) 510 (94) retrieved (% of deceased in race/ gender group)