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The Hispanic Market in 2010

Over the next several years, the number of Hispanic households is expected to increase at a faster pace than any other group in the United States. This report profiles these consumers and predicts how their demographics will change by 2010.

Topics Covered:

  • Charting the Rise of the Hispanic Population
  • Young Hispanic Market to Remain a Dominant Force
  • Educational Levels Lower than National Averages
  • Married Couple Will Account for a Majority of Households
  • Individual Earnings and Property Holdings Will See Modest Gains
  • Hispanic Spending on Specific Products Boosts Select Industries
  • A Growing Labor Force
  • Highest Population Concentrations Will Be in the Pacific and West South Central Regions
  • Census Regions Map






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