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Did You Know?

  • As of October 1, 2007, women outnumber men in the United States 153.6 million to 149.4 million, making up 51% of the population. Source
  • There was an estimated 26.8 million women 25 or older in the United States with a bachelor's degree or higher in the year 2006, more than double the amount from 1986. Source
  • Women owned businesses earned more than $939 billion in 2002, with 116,985 of them reaching over $1 million in sales. Source
  • The United States had 6.5 million women-owned businesses in 2002. In fact, women owned 28 percent of all nonfarm businesses. Source
  • There are 1.7 million women military veterans in the United States today. Source
  • A 2008 study shows that 30 percent of all women volunteer compared to 23 percent of all men, and 36 million women perform unpaid volunteer activities. Source
  • Between 2005 and 2006 the Asian population in America grew 3.2 percent, the highest percentage of any race group during that same period. Source
  • In 2006 an estimated 49 percent of all single-race Asians 25 and older had a bachelor's degree or higher level of education, compared to 27 percent of all other Americans. Source
  • In 2006, 86 percent of all single-race Asians that were 25 and older had at least a high school diploma, compared to 84% of all other Americans. Source
  • According to a 2006 survey, there are more than 292,100 Asian-American military veterans in the United States; one third of them being over 65 years of age. Source
  • In 2005, the United States had the third largest Hispanic population in the world, trailing only Mexico and Colombia and eclipsing Spain. Source
  • According to a 2005 survey, 67 percent of Latino households were of Mexican descent, 9 percent from Puerto Rico, 3.5 percent were Cuban and 3 percent were Salvadoran. Source
  • In 2002 there were 1.6 million Hispanic-owned businesses in the United States. Source
  • The rate of growth between 1997 and 2002 for Hispanic-owned businesses (31pecent) was triple the amount of the national average (10 percent). Source
  • A 2006 study shows that the poverty rate in the Hispanic community dropped from 21.8 percent in 2005, to 20.6 percent. Source
  • In 2006, 59 percent of the Hispanic population that was 25 or older had a high school diploma. Source
  • In 2006, 12 percent of the Hispanic population that was 25 or older had a bachelor's degree or higher. Source
  • There were 839,000 Hispanics 25 or older with advanced degrees in 2006. Source
  • In 2005, 24 percent of Hispanics 16 or older worked in service occupations and 16 percent in construction. Source
  • There were 1.1 million Hispanic veterans of the U.S. military in 2005. Source
  • As of July 1, 2006, there were 40.2 million black residents in the United States, making up 13.4 percent of the total population. Source
  • In 2006, 31 percent of the black population was younger than 18, while only 8 percent of the population was over 65. Source
  • There were 2.4 million black military veterans in the United States in 2006; blacks have more military veterans than any other minority group. Source
  • Eighty-one percent of blacks that were 25 years or older had at least a high school diploma. Source
  • Eighteen percent of blacks 25 and over had attained a bachelor's degree or higher, according to a study done in 2006. Source
  • Among blacks 25 and older, 1. 3 million had an advanced degree (i.e. master's, doctorate, medical or law) in 2006. Source
  • In the fall of 2005 there were 2.3 million black college students; this was an increase of 1 million from 1990. Source
  • The rate of growth for African-American businesses, between 1997 and 2002, was 45 percent, the greatest rate of any population segment.
  • In 2002, there were 969 black-owned firms with 100 or more employees, they accounted for 24 percent of the total revenue for black-owned employer firms. Source
  • The poverty rate for single-race blacks in 2006 was 24.3 percent; which was down from 31.1 percent in 1986. Source
  • In 2006, 20.5 percent of single-race blacks were lacking health insurance in 2006; this was an increase from the 19 percent in 2005. Source
  • Forty-five percent of black families contained a married couple in 2006. Source
  • Blog, podcast and RSS advertising are the fastest growing segments of the alternative media industry (companies spent $20 million in 2005 and that will jump in 2006) (PQMedia)
  • Over 60 million blogs exist today (Technorati)
  • 175, 000 new blogs everyday (Technorati)
  • Bloggers update their blogs regularly with more than 1.6 million posts per day (18 updates per second) (Technorati)
  • Some 12% of internet users say they have downloaded a podcast so they can listen to it or view it at a later time (
  • 39% (about 57 million American adults) read blogs (
  • 34% of bloggers consider their blog a form of journalism; 65% do not (
  • 56% of bloggers spend time extra time trying to verify facts they want to include in a post either "sometimes' or :often" (
  • 60 million Americans have made important decision in the past two years based on online info, including from blogs (
  • 46% of Internet users get their news from Google and Yahoo! (
  • 3.8 % of African American are self-employed as a share of the labor group
  • 10.1 % of Asian or Pacific Islander are self-employed as a share of the labor group
  • 6.8% of Hispanic Americans own U.S., non-farm businesses
  • 4.8% of Asian Americans own U.S., non-farm businesses
  • 5.2% of African Americans own U.S., non-farm businesses
  • 39.5% of minority-owned businesses are Hispanic-owned
  • 30% of minority-owned businesses are Asian-owned
  • 27.1% of minority-owned businesses are African American-owned
  • Of the 4,514,699 jobs in minority-owned businesses in 1997, 48.8% were in Asian-owned firms
  • Of the 4,514,699 jobs in minority-owned businesses in 1997, 30.8% were in Hispanic-owned firms
  • Of the 4,514,699 jobs in minority-owned businesses in 1997, 15.9% were in African-American firms
  • The 1.2 million black-owned businesses in the United States employ more than 756,000 people and generate $89 billion in business revenues
  • Almost 4 in 10 black-owned businesses (38%) were owned by women
  • 60% of the cities presided over by Black mayors now do not have Black majority populations
  • Black women account for all of the net increase of 104 officials between 1999 and 2000.
  • Women now constitute 35% of all Black-elected officials, a number that has been growing by roughly 1% per year.
  • The newest total of 9,101 black elected officials in 2001 represents a historic high
  • As of March 2007, 70 percent of U.S. women and 71 percent of U.S. men used the internet.
  • Eighty-seven percent of Americans between the ages of 18-29 use the internet, compared to only 32 percent of those 65 years or older.
  • The digital divide is closing. Seventy-three percent of whites use the internet, as compared to 62 percent of blacks and 78 percent of English-speaking Hispanics.
  • Sixty-six percent of Internet users have purchased a product online.
  • Twenty-eight percent of online teens have blogs.
  • Thirty-eight million full-time workers have Internet access at work.

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