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Hispanic, from the Latin word for “Spain,” has the broader reference, potentially encompassing all Spanish-speaking peoples in both hemispheres and emphasizing the common denominator of language among communities that sometimes have little else in common.
One of the natural causes which attribute to the increase in the Hispanic population in the United States is the fertility rate in the Hispanic women which is 2.4- higher than the national rate of 2.1, which also represents the natural replacement level. The Hispanic baby boom is transforming the demographics of small-town America in a dramatic way. Similarly, while the number of live births per 1,000 Hispanic women is 96, the total U.S. rate is only 64.2, or more than 30 points lower. The Census Bureau’s 1990 data report 22.3 million Hispanics. By 2003, that number increased to 39.9 million. To put it short, one can say that births fuel the growth of Hispanic population. In fact, the number of births is outpacing immigration as the key source of growth. This natural increase, which is also because of the fact that the number of births is more than the number of deaths, is quickening because they are younger than the US population as a whole. According to research reports, currently, 34.1 percent of Hispanics are younger than 18(compared with 25.1 percent of the total U.S. population). This has created a scenario where the Hispanics are having an impact that far outlasts their initial entry into the country.
Another significant cause for this staggering growth of Hispanic population in the United States of America is quite obvious. It is nothing but immigration. Immigration has always been a cause for the growth of population in general, but the degree is higher in the case of Hispanic population. The United States of America has been the dream place for many people outside the US to live in since God knows when! And the Hispanics are no exception.
The Hispanic immigration has its origin in the year 1942 with Braccro Program, a secret government project that was designed to quell the labor shortage caused by the Second World War. When the War was finished and the work completed, some people continued to stay in America. This population eventually multiplied and now the result is not very impressive. In fact America is a place occupied mostly by immigrants than the natives. The doors of America are open to almost everyone who would like to relocate. The most crowded of all the communities that have immigrated to America, is the Hispanic community. The Hispanic minority is perhaps the largest in America numbering 41.3 million at last count and is expected to constitute the majority by the year 2030.
Availability of better jobs
There are many reasons as to why people choose America and the myriad of employment opportunities is one of them.