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Changing America Indicators of Social and Economic Well-Being by Race and Hispanic Origin


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Changing America Indicators of Social and Economic Well-Being by Race and Hispanic Origin
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Foreword and Table of Contents PDF | More
I. Introduction PDF | More
II. Population PDF | More
III. Education PDF | More
IV. Labor Markets PDF | More
V. Economic Status PDF | More
VI. Health PDF | More
VII. Crime and Criminal Justice PDF | More
VIII. Housing and Neighborhoods PDF | More
IX. Appendix PDF | More
X. Detailed Chart Sources PDF | More
Underlying Chart Data More
II. Population More
Racial/Ethnic Composition of the Population WK | More
Foreign-Born Population WK | More
Minority Population by Region, 1995 WK | More
Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Residence WK | More
Intergroup Married Couples, 1990 WK | More
Household Structure WK | More
Age Distribution, 1997 WK | More
IV. Education More
Participation in Literacy Activities with a Parent or Family Member by Children Aged Three to Five WK | More
Children Aged Three to Four Enrolled in Center-Based Programs or Kindergarten WK | More
Computer Use by Children in First through Sixth Grade WK | More
Average Reading Proficiency Scores WK | More
Average Mathematics Proficiency Scores WK | More
Educational Attainment of Audults Aged 25 and Over WK | More
Persons Aged 25 to 29 with a High School Degree or Equivalent WK | More
Persons Aged 25 to 29 with a Four-Year College Degree or Higher WK | More
IV. Labor Markets More
Labor Force Participation Rates of Persons Aged 25 to 54 WK | More
Unemployment Rates of Persons Aged 16 and Over WK | More
Persons Aged 16 to 24 Who Are Not in School and Not Employed WK | More
Median Usual Weekly Earnings of Male Full-Time Workers WK | More
Median Usual Weekly Earnings of Female Full-Time Workers WK | More
Black and Hispanic Male Earnings as a Percentage of White Male Earnings WK | More
Black and Hispanic Female Earnings as a Percentage of White Female Earnings WK | More
Occupations of Employed Persons, 1997 WK | More
V. Economic Status More
Median Family Income WK | More
Poverty Rates for Individuals WK | More
Poverty Rates for Children WK | More
Poverty Rates by Selected Individual Characteristics, 1996 WK | More
Households Owning Selected Assets, 1993 WK | More
VI. Health More
Infant Mortality Rates WK | More
Life Expectancy at Birth WK | More
Children Aged 19 to 35 Months Who Are Up to Date with Recommended Vaccinations, 1995-96 WK | More
Prevalence of Smoking Among Persons Aged 18 to 24 WK | More
Death Rates by Cause for Persons Aged 15 to 34, 1994-95 WK | More
Death Rates by Cause for Persons Aged 45 to 64, 1995 WK | More
Persons Aged 18 to 64 without Health Insurance Coverage, 1994-95 WK | More
VII. Crime and Criminal Justice More
Victims of Homicide WK | More
Victims of Property Crime WK | More
Admissions to State and Federal Prisons WK | More
Adults under Correctional Supervision WK | More
Arrests, Convictions, and Prison Admissions for Violent Crimes, 1994 WK | More
Minority Composition of Local Police and Sheriffs' Departments WK | More
Perception of Whether Blacks or Whites are Treated More Harshly by the Criminal Justice System WK | More
VIII. Housing and Neighborhoods More
Homeownership Rates WK | More
Households with High Housing Cost Burdens WK | More
Housing Units with Physical Problems WK | More
Crowding: Households with More Than One Person per Room WK | More
Reported Problems in Neighborhood, 1993-95 WK | More
Average Racial and Ethnic Composition of Metropolitan Neighborhoods, 1990 WK | More
Whites' Attitudes towards Integration WK | More