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The first generation samples include foreign-born women agesexcluding those born abroad of an American parent. The second generation samples include U. Sampling weights were used in the calculations.
See Duncan and Trejo for further details on methodology.
Data from Current Population Survey outgoing rotation group data. Page Share Cite Suggested Citation: The Integration of Immigrants into American Society. The National Academies Press. Among men TableMexicans have the lowest average educational attainment 9.
The average educational attainment of Central American men is also very low in the first generation 9.
Men from the Dominican Republic are less disadvantaged but still have overall low levels, averaging The highest educational attainments among first generation men are among immigrants from Asia, followed closely by Africa, Canada, and Europe Table Indians are the most educated with an average of The patterns for women are quite similar to those of men in all groups, with average levels of education being somewhat lower for women among Asian and African groups and modestly higher for women among Latino groups Table Overall, the educational profiles of these groups vary extensively by source country and could also be associated with percentage of immigrants with undocumented status, which cannot be ascertained in most datasets.
These calculations are similar to those presented for second generation men in Duncan and TrejoTable 1but here Tables and incorporate additional years of data and report results for the first generation as well as the second and for women as well as for men. The CPS is a monthly survey of about 60, households that the U.
The sampling universe for this survey is the civilian noninstitutionalized population of the United States. Pooling together these 11 years of monthly CPS data substantially increases sample sizes and improves the precision of the estimates.
Educational Outcomes in the Second Generation The second generation shows remarkable educational progress compared with the first generation. Overall, the average educational attainment for men increases from For women the second generation has an average educational attainment of For the groups with overall low levels of education in the first generation, both men and women gain substantially in education from the first to the second generation.
Among Mexican American men for instance, average education rises from 9. Among women the average education rises from 9. The percentage with less than a high school education falls from 55 percent in the first generation to 15 percent in the second for men and from 54 percent to 15 percent for women.
Equivalent strides are made by Central American men, who improve their average educational attainment from 9. The percentage with less than a high school education among Central American men falls from 48 percent to 8 percent and among women from 43 percent to 5 percent.
These changes represent an impressive amount of upward educational mobility in one generation. Among the Asian groups with exceptionally high educational attainment in the first generation, the Indians, Koreans, and Japanese show a decline between the first and second generations in the percentage with education above a college degree.
This likely reflects the selectivity among the first generation, as well as differing patterns of immigration over time. The second generation descendants of Japanese immigrants, for instance, include many elderly people whose parents immigrated before World War II, as well as the children of more recent, highly selected immigrants.
In other words, these cross-sectional generations do not represent true generational cohorts.
Most of the other groups show modest increases in education by Page Share Cite Suggested Citation: To better approximate true parental and child cohorts, Figures and plot the average education in years of first and second generation men and women, respectively, restricting the first generation to people ages and the second generation to people ages The solid regression lines in the figures highlight the central tendencies of the relationships between the average education levels of second-generation individuals from a particular source country and those of their immigrant ancestors.
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