Hispanic Americans: A Statistical Sourcebook

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Information Publications, Jul 1, 2005 - Social Science - 272 pages
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Hispanic Americans: A Statistical Sourcebook is a comprehensive, annual statistical reference book. Drawing on the vast information resources of the federal government, it culls the most vital and current facts available on Hispanic Americans and present them clearly and understandably. Each book is logically organized into chapters and each chapter contains uniformly formatted tables. Explanatory material appears at the bottom of every table, identifying the parameters of the data and supplying a full bibliographic citation. Each book contains a complete introduction, a glossary defining all specialized terms, and a detailed table of contents and comprehensive index to ensure quick access to all material. The books are updated annuallyEach provides detailed, easy-to-use tables on: Social & Economic Characteristics: marital status; characteristics of family households; interracial couples; farm/metropolitan area residence; living arrangements of children Demographics: population of the fifty largest metropolitan areas; population by age and sex; population projections; population by state of residence Education: school enrollment and teachers; SAT & ACT test scores; high school completion & dropouts; educational attainment; number of degrees conferred Vital Statistics & Health: AIDS cases and deaths; health insurance coverage; births, deaths, life expectancy; usage of drugs, alcohol and cigarettes Crime & Corrections: victimization rates; prison population; drug usage in prisons; prisoners under sentence of death Labor, Employment & Unemployment: labor force participation; employment/unemployment by age and sex; employment by occupation and industry; union membership Earnings, Income, Poverty & Wealth: income of households, families, and persons; mean and median income; income by source and type of income; wages and salaries; housing affordability

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01 Resident Population and Median Age 1980 2002
06 Population Projections by Sex 2000 2050
10 Population of Cities with 250000 or More Inhabitants 2000

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