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Phoenix, AZ

Phoenix, AZ

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Phoenix, AZ is Among Top 60 Hispanic Metropolitan Areas, according to http://www.pewhispanic.org/
Phoenix, AZ is Among Top 60 Hispanic Metropolitan Areas, according to http://www.pewhispanic.org/

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Table 1: Phoenix, AZ, Metropolitan Area Characteristics of the Population, by Race, Ethnicity and Nativity: 2010

(thousands, unless otherwise noted)

ALL1
Total Gender Male Female Age Median (in years) Age Groups Younger than 5 5-17 18-29 30-39 40-49 50-64 65 and older Marital Status (ages 15 and older) Married Never married Divorced/separated/widowed Fertility (women ages 15 to 44) Total number of women Women who had a birth in the past 12 months Unmarried women2 who had a birth in the past 12 months School Enrollment (ages 5 to 18) K-12 Educational Attainment (ages 25 and older) Less than high school diploma High school diploma or equivalent Some college Bachelor's degree or more Median Annual Personal Earnings (in dollars ) All (ages 16 and older with earnings) Full-time, year-round workers Persons in Poverty3 Younger than 18 18-64 65 and older Health Insurance Insured, all ages Uninsured, all ages Insured, younger than 18 Uninsured, younger than 18 Persons in Households by Type of Household4 In family households In married-couple households In non-family households Citizenship Citizen Non-citizen Language (ages 5 and older) Speaks only English at home Does not speak only English at home Speaks English very well Speaks English less than very well Hispanic Origin Mexican Puerto Rican Spaniard Guatemalan Salvadoran Year of Entry (foreign-born Hispanics only) Before 1990 1990-1999 2000 or later
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NON-HISPANICS
White 2,244 Black 185 All 1,136

HISPANICS
Native born 776 Foreign born 360

3,828

1,893 1,935 34 281 729 657 533 519 645 464 1,463 972 548 795 55 23 709 338 589 819 692 $30,000 $40,000 234 361 32 3,166 662 888 122 3,159 2,265 623 3,446 382 2,627 920 556 364 -----------------

1,102 1,142 42 113 320 333 282 322 479 394 992 500 395 413 23 8 313 95 374 599 556 $35,000 $48,000 57 150 21 2,006 238 403 30 1,758 1,379 461 2,201 43 2,022 109 81 28 -----------------

93 92 30 15 39 38 25 29 28 11 41 72 27 43 3 *** 39 12 29 45 22 $26,000 $37,600 16 28 1 155 30 51 3 144 68 37 174 11 154 16 10 6 -----------------

572 564 24 129 308 234 180 136 105 44 341 321 103 274 25 *** 297 211 155 135 57 $21,500 $30,000 149 159 8 793 343 361 76 1,036 658 89 854 282 328 679 393 286 1,018 22 15 14 9 -------

389 387 16 128 280 156 79 56 52 24 143 220 61 159 15 *** 270 52 82 93 38 $25,000 $34,200 136 61 3 638 138 349 59 712 438 56 776 --309 339 287 52 693 21 13 6 4 -------

183 177 37 2 27 78 101 79 53 19 197 101 42 115 10 *** 27 159 73 42 19 $20,000 $25,000 13 98 5 155 205 12 17 324 220 33 79 282 19 340 106 234 326 1 1 8 5 121 130 110

Includes groups not shown separately, such as Asians, Native Americans and people of mixed race. 2Unmarried women includes those who were never married, divorced, separated or For detailed information on how poverty status is determined, see http://usa.ipums.org/usa-action/variables/POVERTY#description_tab. Due to the way in which the IPUMS
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widowed.

assigns poverty values, these data will differ from those that might be provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. dormitories and other group quarters.

The household population excludes persons living in institutions, college

Note: Analysis is based on the following number of observations: all 36,708; non-Hispanic white 23,395; non-Hispanic black 1,565; Hispanic all 9,344; Hispanic native born 6,430; Hispanic foreign born 2,914. The symbol *** indicates insufficient number of observations to provide a reliable estimate. Source: Pew Hispanic Center tabulations of the 2010 American Community Survey (ACS) (1% IPUMS sample). More information on the source data and sampling error is available at http://usa.ipums.org/usa/design.shtml and http://www.census.gov/acs/www/Downloads/data_documentation/Accuracy/ACS_Accuracy_of_Data_2010.pdf.

Table 2: Phoenix, AZ, Metropolitan Area Characteristics of Households, by Race, Ethnicity and Nativity: 2010 ALL
Total (in thousands) Homeownership (household heads) In owner-occupied homes (in thousands) In renter-occupied homes (in thousands) Homeownership rate (%) Household Annual Income (in dollars ) Median Household Size Average number of persons
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NON-HISPANICS
White 962 Black 67 All 283

HISPANICS
Native born 146 Foreign born 137

1,384

873 511 63.1 $50,000 2.7

668 294 69.5 $55,500 2.4

22 45 32.2 $35,000 2.8

143 140 50.6 $35,600 3.7

77 69 52.5 $42,200 3.3

67 71 48.5 $30,000 4.1

Includes groups not shown separately, such as Asians, Native Americans and people of mixed race.

Note: The household population excludes persons living in institutions, college dormitories and other group quarters. Households are classified by the race, ethnicity and nativity of the household head. Analysis is based on the following number of observations: all 14,346; non-Hispanic white 10,566; non-Hispanic black 592; Hispanic all 2,461; Hispanic native born 1,309; Hispanic foreign born 1,152. The symbol *** indicates insufficient number of observations to provide a reliable estimate. Source: Pew Hispanic Center tabulations of the 2010 ACS (1% IPUMS sample). More information on the source data and sampling error is available at http://usa.ipums.org/usa/design.shtml and http://www.census.gov/acs/www/Downloads/data_documentation/Accuracy/ACS_Accuracy_of_Data_2010.pdf.

Table 3: Phoenix, AZ, Metropolitan Area Employment by Industry, Occupation, Race, Ethnicity and Nativity: 2010
(thousands, unless otherwise noted)

ALL1
Employment Status (civilians ages 16 and older) Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Unemployment rate (%) Industries2 Construction, agriculture and mining Manufacturing Trade and transportation Information, finance and other services Occupations Services Sales and office support Construction, extraction and farming Maintenance, production, transportation and material moving
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NON-HISPANICS
White 1,073 109 676 9.2 65 83 213 712 482 127 319 32 113 Black 72 15 49 17.6 1 5 16 50 30 10 22 1 10 All 420 71 252 14.5 49 32 78 260 91 109 97 45 77

HISPANICS
Native born 222 43 141 16.2 15 14 49 144 66 40 69 14 33 Foreign born 198 28 112 12.5 34 18 29 116 24 70 29 32 44

1,676 210 1,038 11.1 120 134 330 1,092 651 265 465 81 214

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Management, professional and related occupations

Includes groups not shown separately, such as Asians, Native Americans and people of mixed race. 2Currently employed civilians ages 16 and older.

Note: Analysis is based on the following number of observations: all 28,702; non-Hispanic white 19,651; non-Hispanic black 1,187; Hispanic all 6,126; Hispanic native born 3,406; Hispanic foreign born 2,720. The symbol *** indicates insufficient number of observations to provide a reliable estimate. Source: Pew Hispanic Center tabulations of the 2010 ACS (1% IPUMS sample). More information on the source data and sampling error is available at http://usa.ipums.org/usa/design.shtml and http://www.census.gov/acs/www/Downloads/data_documentation/Accuracy/ACS_Accuracy_of_Data_2010.pdf.

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