Smartest Generation Of Immigrants Yet

Geography: United States Research Source: Pew Research Center & U.S. Census Bureau —Date: October 2015 —Findings: 41% of immigrants arriving here in the past five years had completed at least a bachelor’s degree. By comparison, only 20% of newly arrived immigrants in 1970 were similarly educated. 30% of  U.S.-born adults had completed at least a bachelor’s degree in 2013, […]

Reaching Hispanics Through Television Broadcasting

Geography: United States Research Source: Nielsen —Date: October 2015 —Findings: 75% of the top 200 advertisers, in 2010, spent money on Spanish-language cable or broadcast, and those that did only spent about 8% of the total advertising budget on Spanish-language TV. 38% of all Hispanics aged 18-49 would be reached by brand advertising across all English- language national broadcast networks […]

Diversity In American Education

Geography: United States Research Source: Pew Research Center —Date: September 2015 —Findings: 50% of Americans younger than 5 were minorities in 2013, compared with just 17% of those ages 85 or older. In 2013 only 7% of 18- to 24-year-olds dropped out of high school, down from 12% in 2000. 90% of Americans say communication is one of the […]

How Gender and Ethnic Diversity Impacts Revenue

Geography: Global Research Source: McKinsey —Date: September 2015 —Finding: Companies in the top quartile for racial and ethnic diversity are 35 percent more likely to have financial returns above their respective national industry medians. While certain industries perform better on gender diversity and other industries on ethnic and racial diversity, no industry or company is in the top quartile […]

Youth Unemployment At All Time High Especially For Hispanics

Geography: United States Research Source: Pew Research —Date: June 2015 —Finding: 20% of 16 to 17 year olds were unemployed last summer and 44% of 18 to 19 year olds were unemployed last summer. 34% of whites aged 16 to 19 years old were unemployed last summer, compared to 19% of blacks, 23% of Asians, and 25% […]

African Americans And Hispanics Conduct Mobile Job Searches

Geography: United States Research Source: Pew Research —Date: April 2015 —Findings: 55% of blacks and Hispanics, compared to 37% of whites, used their smartphone to find information about jobs. 45% of Hispanics utilized their smartphones for educational content, compared to 26% of whites and 32% of blacks. 31% of blacks submitted a job application through their smartphone, while 12% […]

Smartphones May Help Reduce Racial Health Or Occupational Disparities

Geography: United States Research Source: Pew Research —Date: April 2015 —Findings: 13% of Hispanics, 12% of blacks and 4% of whites are smartphone dependent, meaning they do not have broadband connection at home. 73% of Hispanic smartphone users have used their phone in the past year to research a health condition. 55% of black and Hispanic smartphone users and […]

U.S. Workforce Is Becoming More Diversified

Geography: United States Research Source: CareerBuilder —Date: March 2015 —Findings: 75% of occupations have seen a decrease in teen employment over the last decade. 69% of all occupations reduced their number of millennial employment (averaging $2585.hour), while 29% of all occupations saw an increase in millennial workers (averaging $19.82/hour). 25% of the workforce in 210 occupations is made […]

Young Adults Lagging In Computer-Age Problem Solving Skills

Geography: United States Research Source: Education Testing Service Center —Date: February 2015 —Findings: 72% of young adults with a high school diploma or less did not meet minimal proficiency levels in numeracy. 12% of white and asian young adults show advanced levels of math skill versus 3% of hispanics and 1% of black millennials. Recommendations: In comparison with […]

Job Growth For Hispanics Surpasses All Other Groups

Geography: United States Research Source: Pew Research, Labor Department —Date: March 2015 —Findings: 5% increase in employment for Hispanics within the last 12 months compared to 3.8% for blacks and 1.4% for whites. 49% of both foreign born Hispanics above age 25 and 19.6% of that same group born within the United States lacked a high school diploma […]