Most popular areas for Doctor's Degrees obtained by African-Americans



Stat: Education (34.7%) and psychology (12.0%) are the most popular areas of interest for Doctor's degrees obtained by African-Americans.

Stat Categories: African-American Stats

Tags: African American African American,Black African American,Black,Negro

Years:

Stat Source: Unknown

Publisher (site that mentioned this stat): Hunter Miller Group

Submitted By: Michael Raeford

Related Categories: None


Share on:

Related Stats / Figures


Stat Data / Info Details
74% have access to the web as of 2003, an increase from 51% in 2001, versus 75% of the ... See Full Stat Info
35% of black women in the same age group and 36% of all 18- to 24-year-olds were attend... See Full Stat Info
24.5% / percent of African-Americans in comparison to 8.2% / percent of non-Hispanic Wh... See Full Stat Info
39% lived in suburban areas in 2000, reflecting improved socioeconomic status which has... See Full Stat Info
African American mothers were 2.6 times as likely as non-Hispanic white mothers to begi... See Full Stat Info
In 2000, median income of African-Americans was $30,436, a 27.6% increase from 1990 ver... See Full Stat Info
Blacks are more likely to be on the cutting edge of new technologies and in 2000, they ... See Full Stat Info
African American males were 60% more likely to die from a stroke than their White adult... See Full Stat Info
64% pleasure trips, including 46% for trips to visit friends and family, and 21% busine... See Full Stat Info
African Americans have the highest weekly radio listening time at 24.5 hours per week. See Full Stat Info
African American adults are twice as likely than their White adult counterparts to have... See Full Stat Info
Procter & Gamble was the largest advertising spender targeting African Americans / Blacks. See Full Stat Info
In 2005, African Americans had 2.3 times the infant mortality rate of non-Hispanic whites. See Full Stat Info
78.7% of those ages 25+ were at least high school graduates in 2000 compared to 50.8% i... See Full Stat Info
Less likely to be married: 46.7% versus 67.4% of white males ages 18+ in 2000. See Full Stat Info
There are now 7 publishing company subsidiaries that focus on Black books (3 were estab... See Full Stat Info
95% of the income of Blacks go to businesses outside of the Black community. See Full Stat Info
Their median income increased 42.1%, from $21,418 in 1980 to $30,439 in 2000. See Full Stat Info
The demand for African-American books and information products doubled between 1992 and... See Full Stat Info
African American women are 1.7 times as likely as non-Hispanic white women to be obese. See Full Stat Info
About 33% of Blacks in 2003 they were denied a chance to rent or buy housing due to race. See Full Stat Info
According to the 2000 US Census, 47.5% of African Americans are male and 52.5% African ... See Full Stat Info
34% of Blacks own fixed or variable annuities compared to 26% of Whites. See Full Stat Info
Buying power for Blacks increased 102% from 1990 to 2002, reaching $645.9 billion. See Full Stat Info
The number of Blacks in managerial and professional specialty positions increased 157.2... See Full Stat Info
Black men: 15.9 million strong in 2000, representing 47.5% of blacks. See Full Stat Info


News / Press / Blogs Mentioning This Stat


There are no news articles listed.

Market Research Reports Mentioning / Related to this Stat / Figure


There are no reports listed.

Comment on this Stat


Edit | Back