Indian Americans are most highly educated professionals who have immigrated to the U.S. from India since 1965 and the Indian Americans are now the third-largest group among Asian Americans. Most of the Indian Americans are recent arrivals; 87.2% of Indian-American adults are foreign-born.
Indian Americans continuously outpace every ethnic group socioeconomically to reach the summit of U.S. charts.
About 80% of them over the age of 25 a have college degree – the most among any ethnic group in the U.S.
The median household income is for indian americans the highest ($88,000) for any ethnic group in the U.S.
Although Indian immigrants only account for one percent of the United States’ total population, 3 % of the nation’s engineers, 7% of the country’s IT workers, and 8% of America’s physicians and surgeons are Indian Americans.
Indian Americans are very involved in American politics and some are elected officials to local, state and federal government offices and also several of them serving on various government agencies.
Many Indian Americans are Entrepreneurs,in fact nearly half of all hotels in U.S. are owned by Indian Americans, 1590 of silican valley start ups founded by Indian Americans