Friday, January 19, 2018

India Peoples In U.S.

India is one country in the world who have a large enough number of nomads. UNDP report says, there are about 25 million Indians who live abroad, or equal to 2% of the population of India. The majority of those living in Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Western Europe and the United States. Of the many Indian people are successful, the largest in the United States. In this country they became one of the most important economic power and is known as an educated society. World of technology - particularly computer technology - is a specialty Indian-American community. Thanks to these capabilities, India has become one of the influential nation on the face of the universe, in the manufacture of computers and other derivatives.

Demographics Indian Diaspora in America

United States is the second largest country is the goal of the Indian Diaspora. In 2010 there were about 2.8 million Indian community in America. This figure is up 70% compared to the year 2000 and which amounted to only 1.6 million inhabitants. Metropolitan New York, which consists of New York City, Long Island, and surrounding areas, and areas within the state of New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania, is home to approximately 557,000 people of India. In New York City alone, according to census 2010 there were approximately 195,000 people of India. In this region, there are at least twenty bags of Indian settlements, known as Little India. Other metropolitan areas that have sizable Indian population, among others, Atlanta, Baltimore-Washington, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and San Francisco - San Jose - Oakland.

In the land of Uncle Sam, the Indian community make up about 16.4% of the overall Asian-American community. They are the third largest ethnic group after Chinese and Filipinos. According to U.S. Census Bureau, between 1990 and 2000, the population of India in the U.S. grew 130% or 10 times the national average of only 13%.

The amount of Indian population in America, prompting some cable TV providers such as: Sony TV, Zee TV, Star Plus and Colors, India to offer subscription content. Some metropolitan areas with a high enough level of India's population, even has a special cinema showing Bollywood movies. Silicon Valley for example, has two multiplexes, one in Fremont and one in San Jose. In addition there is also a radio station that plays Indian songs and Indian culture. RBC Radio and Radio 96 Easy to reach the three states of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut, are the two largest American Indian channels.

Achievement of the Indian community in America is very impressive. In 2007 approximately 109,000 people of India have a company with revenues exceeding USD 151 billion, and employs 844,177 employees. A study conducted by the University of Duke and the University of California Berkeley revealed that during the period 1995 - 2005, Indian immigrants have founded more engineering and technology companies combined compared with immigrants from Britain, China, Taiwan and Japan. The results of the Berkeley study also reported that 7% of companies in Silicon Valley led by CEOs of Indian origin. And more powerful, one-third of the engineers in the valley is a hi-tech Indian professionals. Not only that, Indian-American community also dominated the ownership of hotels in America. Where in 2002, approximately 50% and 35% lodging jasmine star hotels with a combined market value of USD 40 billion, is owned by the Indian community.

India, along with other Asians, have the highest educational level of all ethnic groups in the U.S.. Approximately 68% of all Indians have a bachelor's degree or other advanced degrees. This figure is far above the national average (28%) and the average for all groups of whites (27%). And nearly 40% have a doctorate titles, master, or other professional degree, which is five times the national average. Thomas Friedman in his book The World is Flat describes the likelihood of brain drain, where the elements of the best and brightest in India emigrated to the United States to seek better financial opportunities.

Indian society, like the Jews, a community group that has the largest per capita incomes in the United States. Based on the results of the 2004 census, the Indian-American households have a median income of USD 88,538. This amount is above the household income of Filipino Diaspora (USD 75,146), China (USD 69 037), Japan (USD 64 197), and Korea (USD 53 025), and is twice the national average (USD 44 684).

Although in the political influence of Indian immigrants does not mean, however, some state governors and members of the senate, many filled with the people of India. Bobby Jindal and Nikki Haley India are two examples of successful career politicians in the United States. Each is currently governor of the state of Louisiana and South Carolina.

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