Socioeconomic Profile of Michigan's Latino/Hispanic Population


Jean Kayitsinga, Lori Post, & Francisco Villarruel

Document Id: DR-03

This report is based on an analysis of the 2000 U.S. Decennial Census and the intercensal Current Population Surveys (CPS) and examines key socioeconomic indicators of the Latino population in Michigan. We highlight the differences in socioeconomic indicators and explain those differences, including educational attainment, poverty, median family income and per capita income, employment status, and occupation. We also provide a perspective of how Michigan's growing Latino population has been impacted.

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