Indians in the US are richer with average household earnings of $123,700, followed by Taiwanese and Filipinos
Asians are now the fastest-growing in the nation's four largest racial and ethnic groups. Indian immigrants account for approximately 6 per cent of the U.S. foreign-born population, making it the second-largest immigrant group in the country.
According to The New York Times analysis of the census data, Indians in the US, with an average household earning of USD 123,700 and 79% of college graduates, have surpassed the overall American population in terms of wealth and college education. Taiwanese and Filipinos have made it to second and third place with USD 97,129 and USD 95,000 of median family incomes, respectively.