(194,308) Argentine Americans are citizens or residents of the United States whose origins are in the South American nation of Argentina.
The profile of the Argentine American population is generally similar to the overall U.S. population's. Among the key differences, however, is educational attainment. There, Argentine Americans exhibit a rate of 39.5% of holders of bachelor's, graduate, or professional degrees, contrasted with the 27.5% of the overall U.S. population. The difference is more marked among women: it's 40.2% for Argentine American females, and 26.7% for all U.S. females.
Argentine Americans had a median household income of $55,044. This is again higher than the national figure, which was $50,740.
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El sueño argentino-americano.