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Why do Hindu people occupy more job positions than latins in the US?

Specially in technology positions. What is their secret? Mexicans, Salvadorians, Guatemalans are cheaper labor class and are closer. Nothing personal against hindu people, just curiosity.

Asked By: Asker - 9/15/2009
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
In one word - Education... More
Answered By: Yes _its_ me - 9/16/2009
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Only the smartest come from India. From Latin America usually the poor ones.
Answered By: Ramirez - 9/15/2009
 
Indians train hard for such positions. The Mexicans (and the like) don't focus on school as much.
Answered By: Panties in a Bunch - 9/15/2009
 
Indians come here specifically looking for those types of jobs. Latin American immigrants often work whatever jobs they can, and often dont have the educational requirements to get these technology jobs. Many latin american immigrants only want to support their family or send money back to their home country... More
Answered By: Xanimorugi - 9/15/2009
 
Races do not have special aptitudes. But cultures can encourage certain attitudes... More
Answered By: wanttoknowall - 9/15/2009
 
I guess you can say we Indians (usually the smart ones who settle in America) are comparable in intelligence with the Chinese asians. Hehe, you should check out the bay area in CA...in high schools, the Asians and Indians knock each other out in academic studies to be the valedictorian...its crazy.
Answered By: Rohan - 9/15/2009
 
Intelligent, Educated, hardworking, polite, non-criminal record, legal immigrants.Tax-payers. English speaking. Model minority. Why wouldn't any country want such a work-force ?
Answered By: Smart Stupid Silly Me - 9/16/2009
 
Hindu religion encourages followers to seek knowledge both secular and spiritual. World's first Universities were opened in India. Also mathematics has a long tradition in India, something probably not very well known in the west, children are encourage to excel in Mathematics as it is thought to reflect sofistication... More
Answered By: Sunjay K - 9/17/2009
 
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