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Subject: Top 5 US towns with 30% Spanish speakers, a college and high unemployment
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Posted: 05 Feb 2003 05:16 PST
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Top 5 US towns with 30%+ Spanish speakers, a college (ideally offering
Computer or Business technology programs) with and high unemployment
(above the national average)
Subject: Re: Top 5 US towns with 30% Spanish speakers, a college and high unemployment
Answered By: bobbie7-ga on 05 Feb 2003 08:06 PST
Rated:4 out of 5 stars
Hello Callcenterexpert,

Thank you for your question.

Percent of people who speaks Spanish at home by city:
RANK    CITY                 %
1       Santa Ana, CA      74.0
2       El Paso, Tx        69.5
3       Miami, Fl          66.0
4       Anaheim, CA        42.8
5       Los Angeles, CA    42.2
6       San Antonio, Tx    41.9
7       Houston, Tx        35.7
8       Riverside, CA      33.2
9       Dallas, Tx         32.7
10(tie) Tucson, Az         28.6
10      Fresno, CA         28.6
(Source: Census 2000 Supplementary Survey)

The U.S. unemployment rate is  5.7

Unemployment rates by city Nov. 2002
119 TUCSON, AZ                   4.4
172 SAN ANTONIO, TX              5.0 
239 HOUSTON, TX                  5.7 
283 DALLAS, TX                   6.6 
295 MIAMI, FL                    7.0
317 EL PASO, TX                  8.7
328 FRESNO, CA                  15.1
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

Anaheim       4.3%

Santa Ana            6.6%


Using the above data the following cities have over 30% Spanish
speakers and a higher than average unemployment rate (5.7%)

City             Spanish %            Unemployment Rate 

Santa Ana, CA    74.0                 6.6%
El Paso, Tx      69.5                 8.7%
Miami, Fl        66.0                 7.0%
Los Angeles, CA  42.2                 5.8%
Dallas, Tx       32.7                 6.6% 

All of the above five cities have colleges that offer Computer or
Business technology programs.

Additional information that may interest you:

Santa Ana No. 1 in Spanish
Population: Census Bureau says 74% of city's residents speak the
language, highest in the nation. Anaheim, L.A., Riverside also in top

Map of Latino Population by State

I hope you find this helpful and if there is anything that I've
written that needs clarification, please ask before you rate this

Search criteria:
Unemployment rates by city
Hispanic speakers by city
U.S. Universities

Best Regards,

Request for Answer Clarification by callcenterexpert-ga on 05 Feb 2003 08:28 PST
Bobbie-ga, Thank you for the detailed response, I will review it. I
was surprised Puerto Rico wasn't included in your answer however.

Clarification of Answer by bobbie7-ga on 05 Feb 2003 08:40 PST
Hello Callcenterexpert,
I hope you are pleased with my research after reviewing it.
All sources of information and data are included.
Best Regards,
callcenterexpert-ga rated this answer:4 out of 5 stars

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