Iranian Iranians, the best immigrants in America!
A non-political, non-profit organization called the Migration Policy Institute, or MPI, stated that the highest quality immigrants in American history belong to the Iranian community. The Iranian community is one of the best immigrants in American history in terms of education, social participation, tax and law enforcement. According to the 2010 and 2020 censuses, there are 1,900,000 Iranians living in the United States, 900,000 of whom live in California (20% of whom are in Beverly Hills). Iranians living in the United States are very religiously diverse, including Muslims, Baha’is, Armenian-Assyrian Christians, Zoroastrians, Jews, mystics, spiritualists, and humanists. After California, most Iranians live in New York, northern New Jersey, Washington, Seattle, Boston and Houston, Texas. 51% of Iranians have a bachelor’s degree; This ratio is 24% in the American population. More than one in four Iranians has a master’s degree or a doctorate. This is the highest number among 67 ethnic groups living in the United States.
According to the Commerce Department, Iranians have the highest business ownership rates among the top 20 immigrant groups, which make a significant contribution to the US economy. Nearly one in two Iranian-American families earns more than $ 100,000 a year; But this ratio is one in five families in the American family. According to MIT, Iranian professors, scientists, engineers, and businesses in the United States own or manage about $ 1 trillion. They have a prominent presence in every section of society. There are currently approximately 15,000 physicians of Iranian descent in the United States. Iranians, as the most legal ethnicity so far and have the least crime, are charged and convicted. Crime is the lowest in the Iranian-American community compared to other immigrants in US history. 12,000 Iranian professors teach and teach in American universities and institutions of higher learning; It is so difficult to find an American university or college where at least one or more Iranian-American professors do not serve. What is most noteworthy is that 75% of Iranian professors teach in the top 200 American universities (out of 4,000 universities).
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