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Indian-Americans: Income Levels

Due to their higher levels of education, Indian-Americans have also become one of the highest earning immigrant groups in the U.S. Because they are located in urban areas and have greater number of wage-earners per household, the community has a considerably higher median income.
Year
Median Income
1989
$ 44,696
1999
$ 68,100
2007
$ 83,820
 
 
Buying Power

The annual buying power of the Indian-American community is also amongst the highest per capita of all ethnic groups, and is estimated to be around $25 billion.
 
 
 

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