Triple Package

The three unlikely traits listed by Chua and Rubenfeld as predictive of why some cultural groups perform better in the United States than others are:[2]

  1. A superiority complex
  2. Insecurity
  3. Impulse control

The eight cultural groups that the book lists as examples of successful performers are the Chinese, Jewish, Indian, Iranian,Lebanese, Nigerians, Cuban exiles and Mormons.[2]

American Model Minorities by Income

1. Indian American average Personal Income   $65,000

2. Jewish American    $57,000

3. Iranian American

4. Lebanese American

5. Chinese American

6. Nigerian American    $57,000

7. Cuban American

8. Korean American

  1. Anglo Saxon – White 130 million Most sought after countries, most spoken language, most colonies, Hollywood
  2. Chinese – Finance,Chinese food,Kung fu, Trade and manufacturing, Elite groups in SEA Countries, Wo – Oriental, 1.3 billion
  3. Japanese-Technology, Manga and Anime, Karate, Judo,Sumo, Food, Cars, Capsule hotels – Oriental 129 million
  4. German – Technology, Cars White 150 million
  5. Jewish – Control Hollywood, Finance White   19 million
  6. Arabic – Islam, Lebanese Wealth – Middle Eastern   300 million
  7. French – Food, Technology White    90 million
  8. Italian – Food White  120 million
  9. Korean – Technology, K-Wave, Taekwando, cars Asian 75 million
  10. Spanish – Large influence White 90 million

 

10 Richest Ethnic Groups by Household income

1. Jewish Americans $101,000

 

2. Indian American : $101,591[2]

Facts – 71% Have a Bachelor’s Degree, 40% have a Masters

93% Were born outside of America

 

3. Taiwanese American : $85,566[2]

4. Filipino American : $82,389[2]

5. Australian American : $76,095[3]

6. British Ame2rican : $75,788[3]

7. Russian American : $75,305[3]

8. Scandinavian Americans  $72,00

9. Serbo Croatian Americans  $71,000

10. Japanese American $70,000

 

Highest Salary was Austrian American with $52,000

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