Indian demographics in USA

Indian Americans are citizens of the United States of Indian ancestry and comprise about 3.18 million people, or ~1.0% of the U.S. population. The Indian American population increased in the last

decade by more than 80 percent in four southern states - Florida, South Carolina, Tennesseeand Kentucky, according to the first set of newly released U.S. 2010 Census data.
According to the 2010 United States Census, the Asian Indian population in the United States grew from almost 1,678,765 in 2000 (0.6% of U.S. population) to 2,843,391 in 2010 (0.9% of U.S. population), a growth rate of 69.37%, one of the fastest growing ethnic groups in the United States According to the 2000 U.S. census, the overall growth rate for Indians from 1990 to 2000 was 105.87 percent. The average growth rate for the whole of USA was only 7.6 percent. In 2000, of all the foreign born population in U.S., Indians were 1.007 million. From 2000 onwards the growth rate and the per cent rate of Indians amongst all the immigrants has increased by over 100 percent. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, between 1990 and 2000, the Indian population in the U.S. grew 130% — 10 times the national average of 13%. With the recent wave of highly educated Indian professionals, Indian Americans continuously outpace [24] most ethnic groups socioeconomically to reach the summit of the U.S. Census charts. Indian Americans, along with other Asian Americans, have one of the highest educational levels of all ethnic groups in the U.S. Almost 67% of all Indians have a bachelor's or high degree (compared to 28% nationally and 44% average for all Asian American groups). Almost 40% of all Indians in the United States have a master’s, doctorate or other professional degree, which is five times the national average

Educational Attainment: 2010 (25 and Older) Bachelor's Degree or Higher 71.1% 52.4% 48.1%


Indian Chinese Filipino

Total US Population 28.0%

According to the 2010 U.S. Census, Indian Americans had the highest household income of all ethnic groups in the United States.

[38][39] Houston based Kannada Kaaranji radio focuses on a multitude of programs for children and adults. Median Household Income: 2009 Ethnicity Household Income Indians $88.S.000 Asian Indian-owned firms in the U.9%. The United States is also home to associations of Indians united by ethno-linguistic affiliation. .221 Many metropolitan areas with large Indian-American populations now have movie theaters which specialize in showing Indian movies.S. especially Bollywood. Tamil Sangam of Carolina.146 [34] Chinese $69. Silicon Valley. Some of the South Indian associations are Federation of Tamil Sangams of North America. Boston Thamil Association.037 [35] Japanese $64. Inc. employing more than 610.7% are employed in [30] managerial and professional specialties.538 [33] Filipinos $75. New Jersey Tamil Sangam.. Gujarati Samaj.025 [37] Total US Population $50. There are also some radio stations broadcasting in Tamil andTelugu within these communities. for example has two such multiplexes: one in Fremont and one in San Jose. Pravasi Federation of Kerala. Tamil sangam of Greater Washington Inc. 72. there were over 223.000 [32] workers. In 2002.3% of Indian Americans are employed in select [31] professional and managerial specialties compared with the national average of 35. work force.Among Indian Americans. As of 2010 66. and generating more than $88 billion in revenue. of which 57.3% participate in the U.197 [36] Koreans $53.

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