Checkpoint Asian Americans Facts from the US Census Bureau

Checkpoint Asian Americans Facts from the US Census Bureau...

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1.The United States census bureau states that as of July 2008 there are 15.5 million Asian or Asians in combination with one or more races and this group makes up 5 percent of the total population. 2. 40.6 million U.S. residents will identify themselves as Asian or Asian in combination with other races by 2050. 3.There is roughly a $35,000 difference between the income of an Asian American and other households. 4.50% of single race Asians older than the age of 25 have a bachelors degree or higher level of education compared to 28% of Americans who are 25 years or older. 5.Chinese was the second most spoken language in the home after Spanish. 6.Asian born residents will compromise 0.6% of the population about 2.6 million people. 7. 48 % of civilian employed single-race Asians worked in management, professional and related occupations, such as financial managers, engineers, teachers and registered nurses. There was another 22% that worked in sales and office positions, and 16 percent in service related occupations, and 11
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