California's population will continue to grow over the next 45 years, but very slowly, a new projectionby the state's demographers reveals, with Latinos and Asian-Americans providing virtually all growth and the white population shrinking dramatically.
The Department of Finance's demographic unit projects that the state's population, 37.3 million in the 2010 census and nearly 39 million now, will top 51 million by 2060, 38 percent higher than the census number.
That would continue the state's relatively slow growth of the past two decades, under 1 percent a year.
The demographers project that the state's Latino population will grow...
- Author: BusinessWire.com
New research on US Hispanics from GfK's KnowledgePanel Latino documents a shift away from traditional Hispanic culture towards Biculturalism. More and more US Hispanics are describing themselves as bilingual, and they are adopting some US behaviors and attitudes – even while still holding on to key Hispanic values.
“it is important that Hispanic/Latino children learn about the Hispanic culture”
Patterns from previous waves of immigrants to the US suggested that today's generations of US Hispanics would acculturate quickly. The research shows no increase, however, in the...
The debate rages on. As marketers think about how to execute Total Market digitally, they often ask themselves what language is best to reach online Hispanics. Some have argued that “English is the official language of the Web, even for Spanish-dominant Hispanics.”
According to Captura Group, research to illustrate why both English and Spanish is imperative for reaching online Hispanics. The research can be divided into two buckets:
In What Language Do Hispanics Consume Internet Content?
Most of the recent research indicates that a large number of Hispanics consume Internet content in both English and Spanish.
- Author: NBC News by Sandra Lilley
Since two-thirds of U.S. Latino children live in low-income households and about one-third live in poverty, a new report by the National Research Center On Hispanic Children and Families provides a crucial snapshot of these families. The findings point to 2 important things to keep in mind as groups or agencies work to serve and help low-income Hispanics.
"One is that family structure can look so different by nativity status," said senior research scientist Elizabeth Wildsmith in a...
Fatal work injuries dropped for every group except Latinos, who saw fatalities rise 7%. Among injured foreign-born workers, 42 percent were from Mexico.
Working conditions for Latino and immigrant workers have contributed to a rise in fatal work injuries, while on-the-job deaths dropped for every other group of American workers, according to preliminary 2013 figures released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
Deaths among Latinos rose 7 percent to 797, the highest total since 2008. (These numbers are usually revised upwards as more reports come in.) Fatal injuries dropped 6 percent among non-Hispanic white workers, 15 percent among non-Hispanic black...