The Who We Are Series provides a comprehensive look at the characteristics of America's three major minorities: Asians, blacks, and Hispanics. In addition to detailed estimates of their numbers nationally and by state and metropolitan area, the three volumes in the Who We Are Series include the latest socioeconomic data on each population. It has detailed spending data for households and the latest data on household wealth. Results from the American Time Use Survey are also presented, profiling time use and comparing it to the averages. The Who We Are Series is designed for easy use. Each volume is divided into ten chapters arranged alphabetically: Attitudes, Education, Health, Housing, Income, Labor Force, Living Arrangements, Population, Spending, Time Use, and Wealth (there are no wealth data for Asians). Descriptive text and charts accompany most of the tables, highlighting the important trends.
"These books are fascinating to browse through and contain vital information for marketers and policymakers. The data give insight into what the future holds for the United States in the areas of retail, health care, education, and more. It should be noted that the tables presented here are not reprints from government reports. Instead, they have been created by the New Strategist editors to highlight consumer trends. This set is highly recommended to academic and large public libraries."
-- American Reference Books Annual
Price: Sign In for price