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An increasing majority of Filipinos is moving to the suburbs, which is one marker of economic success.The relatively young and middle-aged population and increasing educational attainment levels also indicates that second and third generation Filipino Americans will possess greater employment and earnings opportunities than their parents. Suggested reference: Dela Cruz, Melany and Pauline Agbayani-Siewart.
Most grew out of social networks formed by military relationships between the Philippines and the U. More recently, economic opportunities have lured Filipinos to states like Nevada.
In cities like Reno and Las Vegas, Filipinos occupy jobs within the tourism industry as employees in hotels, shops and restaurants, and in the health care industry, primarily as nurses. Three major factors explain why female immigration is on the rise: preference and non-preference quotas; globalization of the economy has created a feminization of labor; and export-led growth strategy has weakened the Philippine's domestic market economy.
These days, more than six in ten Filipino immigrants are women, according to the U. In 1980, the Philippines replaced China and Japan as the Asian country sending the largest number of immigrants to the United States. The portion of the Filipino American population that is foreign-born is declining: from 69 percent in 1990 to 50 percent between 19 (29 percent were second generation and 21 percent were third generation or later).
This includes hapas of part-Filipino ancestry, who make up 22 percent of the Filipino American population -- the third-highest rate among major APA groups (behind Native Hawaiians and Japanese). Amid promises of monetary success, young displaced male Filipinos with minimal educations and bleak economic futures readily chose to immigrate to the United States -- especially since their status as American nationals after the Spanish- American War made it easy to do so.
The first wave of Filipinos to enter and remain in significant numbers immigrated to Hawaii from 1906 to 1935, working in sugar and pineapple plantations and later the farms of California as migrant laborers.
This population comprises the second wave of immigration and an important segment of the Filipino population in the United States today.