Many Cypriot Americans live in San Diego and Los Angeles. Census 4,897 people of Cypriot ancestry live in the United States.
In the 1980s, women made up about 32 percent of those studying abroad.
At the beginning of the century, the proportion of girls to boys enrolled in primary education was one to three.
By 1943, about 80 percent of girls attended primary school.
The periods of greatest emigration were between 19, the 1960s and between 19.
These were times of political instability and socio-economic insecurity.
Cypriot women have long participated in the work force, traditionally in agriculture.