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The hispanic community by the numbers   feb 29
The hispanic community by the numbers   feb 29
The hispanic community by the numbers   feb 29
The hispanic community by the numbers   feb 29
The hispanic community by the numbers   feb 29
The hispanic community by the numbers   feb 29
The hispanic community by the numbers   feb 29
The hispanic community by the numbers   feb 29
The hispanic community by the numbers   feb 29
The hispanic community by the numbers   feb 29
The hispanic community by the numbers   feb 29
The hispanic community by the numbers   feb 29
The hispanic community by the numbers   feb 29
The hispanic community by the numbers   feb 29
The hispanic community by the numbers   feb 29
The hispanic community by the numbers   feb 29
The hispanic community by the numbers   feb 29
The hispanic community by the numbers   feb 29
The hispanic community by the numbers   feb 29
The hispanic community by the numbers   feb 29
The hispanic community by the numbers   feb 29
The hispanic community by the numbers   feb 29
The hispanic community by the numbers   feb 29
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  • 1. The Hispanic Community by the NumbersData Sources Reaching Latinos Online 2/29/2012 Lisa A. Sturtevant, PhD Assistant Research Professor George Mason University School of Public Policy Center for Regional Analysis
  • 2. Family Type: 2000 and 2010 Hispanic or Latino Householder Virginia 60,000 50,000 79% 40,000Families 30,000 2000 92% 20,000 134% 2010 10,000 0 Married Couples - Married Couples - Single Parents Children No Children Source: 2000 and 2010 Census, Summary File 1
  • 3. Household Income: 2010Hispanic or Latino HouseholderWashington DC Metropolitan Area Less than $25,000 $100,000 13% or More 28% $25,000 - 49,999 23% $75,000 - 99,999 14% $50,000 - 74,999 22% Source: 2010 American Community Survey, 1-Year Estimates
  • 4. Percent of Hispanic Females (Age 25+) With a Bachelor’s Degree or Higher 2006- 2010 District of Columbia Arlington County, VA Alexandria City, VA Fairfax County, VA Montgomery County, MD Prince Georges County, MD Frederick County, MD 0% 10% 20% 30% 40%Source: 2006-2010 American Community Survey, 5-Year Estimates
  • 5. U.S. Unemployment Rate Persons age 16+ 14 12 Total Population 10 Hispanic or LatinoPercent 8 6 4 2 0 2002 2001 2005 2010 2011 2008 2007 2006 2009 2003 2004 Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
  • 6. Hispanic or Latino-Owned Firms: 2007District of Columbia All other All Hispanic Puerto Hispanic or or Latino Mexican Rican Cuban LatinoTotal firms 524 80 27 49 358Paid employees 7,201 12,84 189 809 4,747Annual payroll($1000s) 227,697 54,694 6,922 28,357 131,066Revenues($1000s) 893,415 276,697 17,833 88,107 479,374Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Survey of Business Owners
  • 7. Data for Analyzing Characteristics ofthe Latino Community• U.S. Census Bureau • U.S. Bureau of Labor ▫ 2000 and 2010 Census Statistics ▫ American Community ▫ Current Population Survey Survey (resident labor force, ▫ Survey of Business Owners unemployment, wages- national) ▫ Consumer Expenditure Survey (national) • Pew Hispanic Center
  • 8. 2010 CensusBasic demographic and housing characteristicsonly: • Population • Age • Race • Hispanic or Latino Origin • Households and Families • Housing Occupancy (occupied or vacant) • Housing Tenure (owned or rented)No long form, no detailed characteristics, no SF3data
  • 9. American Community Survey (ACS)Demographic Characteristics • Sex • Age • Race • Hispanic/Latino origin Photo: U.S. Census Bureau
  • 10. American Community Survey (ACS)Social Characteristics • Education • Marital Status • Fertility • Grandparent Caregivers • Veterans • Disability Status • Place of Birth • Citizenship • Year of Entry • Language Spoken at Home Photo: U.S. Census Bureau • Ancestry/Tribal Affiliation
  • 11. American Community Survey (ACS)Economic Characteristics • Income • Benefits • Employment Status • Occupation • Industry • Commuting to Work • Place of Work Photo: U.S. Census Bureau
  • 12. American Community Survey (ACS)Housing Characteristics • Tenure • Occupancy & Structure • Housing Value • Taxes & Insurance • Utilities • Mortgage/Monthly Rent Photos: U.S. Census Bureau
  • 13. Survey of Business Owners• Latest data – 2007 ▫ Data available every 5 years• Characteristics of business owners ▫ Gender, ethnicity, race, and veteran status ▫ Geography (U.S., states, metropolitan areas, counties, and places) ▫ Industry (2- through 6-digit NAICS for selected geographies) ▫ Firm receipts size ▫ Firm employment size
  • 14. Census Bureauwww.census.gov
  • 15. Current Population Survey (CPS)Labor force & unemployment - national• Monthly and quarterly employment and unemployment data ▫ Part-time, full-time• By age, sex, race/ethnicity, and marital status• Available the 2nd week of the month
  • 16. Consumer Expenditure SurveyIncome and Spending - national• Income (before/after taxes), spending by category• Homeownership, race/ethnicity, sex, household size• Annual data: 2010 is latest available
  • 17. Bureau of Labor Statisticswww.bls.gov
  • 18. Pew Hispanic Center• Nonpartisan research organization focusing on the Hispanic population in the U.S.• Founded in 2001• Research areas include: ▫ Demography ▫ Economics and Personal Finance ▫ Education ▫ Identity ▫ Politics ▫ Social Trends ▫ Work and Employment
  • 19. Pew Hispanic Centerwww.pewhispanic.org
  • 20. The Hispanic Community by theNumbersMaking the Case• Use visuals – bar charts, pie charts, maps• Show trends over time – 2000 to 2010• Calculate changes and percent changes• Compare to other racial/ethnic groups• Use data for the appropriate geography (when available) ▫ US, state, county, neighborhood (place/zip code)
  • 21. GMU Center for Regional Analysiscra.gmu.edu Demographic and economic data Research reports – housing, demographics, economic development, transportation Consulting services Training opportunities

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