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Appendix E Asian Americans According to the U.S. Census Bureau
Organize statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau on Asian American diversity using the matrix below. The Web site is available at http://www.census.gov/PressRelease/www/releases/archives/facts_for_features_special_editions/001738.html Statistic 1 of the Cultural Makeup column is provided for your reference. Note: you will find only two statistics to place in the Financial row.
Statistic 1 Cultural Makeup 13.1 million U.S. residents are Asian or Asian in combination with other races The 2002 median household income reported by Asians was $52,018. 2million people in the US speak Chinese in their homes 47% of Asians 25yrs oldand over have a bachelor¶s degree or higher. About 75% of Asian me age 16 and over, and 59% of women are in the civilian labor force. 4.5million residents in California are Asian 73% of Asians whose households are made up of families.
Statistic 2 Asian born residents comprise one-fourth of the nation¶s total foreignborn population. The poverty rate reported for Asian Americans in 2002 was 10.2% 33.4 million is the projected number of U.S. residents who will identify themselves as Asian in 2050. Asians and Pacific Islanders have the highest proportion of college graduates of any race in the country. 105,300 physicians and surgeons in the US report asian as their only race. 95% or Asians live in metropolitan areas In Asian households that have families, nearly 2in-10 have five or more members.
Statistic 3 213% is the projected percentage increase between 2000 and 2050 in the population of people whose only race is Asian.
A total of 2.7 million Asian American residents are Chinese which is the leading Asian group. 87% of Asians who are 25yrs and older are highschool graduates. 351,000 is the number of Asian military veterans. 51% or Asians live in the Western part of the United States. For Asians born in the US, the homeownership rate is 57%
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