- Hispanics were slightly less likely to be in the labor force than the total population.
- Proportionately more Hispanic women than Hispanic men held managerial or professional jobs.
- In 1999, Spaniard, South American, and Cuban families had higher median family incomes than other Hispanic groups.
- Over half of all Hispanic households lived in renter-occupied housing units.
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Subjects : Statistics -- U.S. Census -- Hispanic Population