Source: US Census Bureau 1990/2000
- The Russian-American population is estimated between 4 and 5.5 million people.
- The major areas of concentration are NY Tri-State Area, CA, IL, PA, MA, FL and Washington DC/Maryland.
- The main cities of residence are New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Detroit, Philadelphia and Washington DC.
- Russian-Americans have a median annual HH income of $50,500.
- 64% of Russian–Americans are married, with the average number of children 1.6.
- 53% of Russian-Americans hold a bachelor’s degree or higher.
- 51.5% of Russian-Americans work in Management or are Professionals. 33.7% hold Technical, Sales or Administrative positions.
- 88% of all US households with income of $75,000 and above own at least one personal computer. 96% of children between ages 6 and 17 in families with annual income of over $50,000 have access to a computer at home or in school (August 2000).
Based on research, conducted in countries of European Union, immigrants on average work 10% more than regular citizens.
In 2001 immigration of russian-speaking population to United States topped 41 thousand people, or around 4% of all immigrants. Among them 20,975 came from Ukraine and 20,413 from Russia.
Major residence areas of Russian Americans
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