1. Skip to navigation
  2. Skip to content
  3. Skip to secondary content


Tag Results for "U.s. Census"

Hispanic Youth Spending Key to Growth of Restaurant Industry

Without the influence of Hispanic spending and population patterns, restaurant industry sales would have declined during 2008 through 2010, according to “Latino Foodservice Trends in the U.S.,” a just-released report from Packaged Facts. continue reading »

Problems of Lawsuits Against Latino-Owned Small Businesses Highlighted

A first-of-its-kind national media campaign designed to raise awareness of how lawsuit abuse affects Latino-owned businesses was unveiled today by the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform (ILR). continue reading »

Proportionately More Young Hispanic Adults Getting HS Diplomas, Fewer Dropping Out Than Decade Ago

Proportionately more young Hispanic adults are completing high school and fewer are dropping out than were doing so a decade ago, according to an analysis of enrollment trends by the U.S. Census Bureau. continue reading »

With Few Exceptions Hispanics Earn Less, No Matter Their Undergraduate Major

A new study confirms that Hispanics make less—in some cases, much less—than their White and Asian counterparts, no matter what their undergraduate major. continue reading »

Lancaster County No Longer Land of the Amish but Rather of the Latino

Lancaster County in Pennsylvania no longer appears to be the land of the Amish but rather the Latino, with its population surging past the Amish. The U.S. census data is showing that this southern central Pennsylvania region will have a decidedly Latino flavor with over 45,000 Latinos living in the area. The Hispanic population grew over 68 percent in the last 10 years and surpassing the 30,000 Amish that have long ca continue reading »

Where Most People Speak Spanish in the U.S:  Starr, Texas

The U.S. Census Bureau released 5-year American Community Survey (ACS) estimates for the first time, making available social, economic, housing and demographic statistics for every community in the nation. continue reading »

Rate of Hispanic Children Living in Poverty Highest in a Decade

The Census’s most recent data reveals that of all racial and ethnic groups, Latinos experienced the largest one-year increase in poverty in 2009. The number of Hispanic families with children in poverty continue reading »