… is only 0.9 percent (Collins, 1996).
Today, African-Americans have achieved much than they used to in the past decades. In terms of education, the percentage rate of blacks that attend school increases. In 1960, only 21.7 percent of African-Americans completes high school, and only 3.5 …
… . Migration of the Hispanics to the U.S. mostly occurred during the last 30 years.
The Hispanics constitutes almost 33 million of the total population of the U.S., equivalent to 12.5 percent of U.S.s population. This comprises people from diverse Hispanic origins: 66% Mexican, 14% Central …
… statistics shows that the educational attainment of the African-Americans and the Hispanics continuously improves as well.
The figures presented in this paper about the present day situation of the African-Americans and the Hispanics only show that these minority groups have capabilities to improve their living standards. The …
… 1996. U.S. Census Bureau. 02 Jan 2004.
Educational Attainment by Race and Hispanic Origin, 1940-2001.
2003. Infoplease. 02 Jan 2004.
Employed Persons by Occupation, Race, and Sex.