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Income
Poverty
Unemployment
Labor Participation
Family Structure
Vehicle Availability
Education Level
Disability

Immigrants from Western Europe Social Profile
Good

7,992
SOCIAL INDEX
74.8/ 100
SOCIAL RATING
114th/ 347
SOCIAL RANK

Immigrants from Western Europe Income

In terms of income, Immigrants from Western Europe residing in the United States exhibit better per capita income ($45,685), household income with householder over the age of 65 ($59,851), and median family income ($103,819), but there is room for improvement in wage/income gap percentage (28.2%), median female earnings ($38,308), and median household income ($84,728).
Immigrants from Western Europe Income
Income MetricRating | RankValue
Per Capita Income
71.1
/100
|
#59
Good
$45,685
Median Family Income
64.2
/100
|
#75
Good
$103,819
Median Household Income
60.4
/100
|
#92
Good
$84,728
Median Earnings
61.3
/100
|
#81
Good
$46,320
Median Male Earnings
62.5
/100
|
#71
Good
$55,487
Median Female Earnings
58.8
/100
|
#95
Average
$38,308
Householder Age | Under 25 years
61.8
/100
|
#131
Good
$48,410
Householder Age | 25 - 44 years
61.7
/100
|
#87
Good
$94,198
Householder Age | 45 - 64 years
62.0
/100
|
#88
Good
$100,083
Householder Age | Over 65 years
66.0
/100
|
#82
Good
$59,851
Wage/Income Gap
45.5
/100
|
#276
Average
28.2%

Immigrants from Western Europe Poverty

In terms of poverty, Immigrants from Western Europe residing in the United States exhibit better poverty level among married-couple families (4.7%), percentage of population receiving government assistance and/or food stamps (10.2%), and poverty level among seniors over the age of 65 (10.0%), but there is room for improvement in poverty level among females between the ages 18 and 24 (20.9%), poverty level among single fathers (17.0%), and poverty level among children under the age of 5 (16.9%).
Immigrants from Western Europe Poverty
Poverty MetricRating | RankValue
Poverty
81.7
/100
|
#127
Excellent
11.8%
Families
85.8
/100
|
#116
Excellent
8.4%
Males
82.8
/100
|
#128
Excellent
10.8%
Females
81.7
/100
|
#129
Excellent
12.9%
Females 18 to 24 years
67.9
/100
|
#216
Good
20.9%
Females 25 to 34 years
80.9
/100
|
#163
Excellent
13.5%
Children Under 5 years
77.2
/100
|
#140
Good
16.9%
Children Under 16 years
79.8
/100
|
#121
Good
15.5%
Boys Under 16 years
78.6
/100
|
#131
Good
15.8%
Girls Under 16 years
79.3
/100
|
#131
Good
15.8%
Single Males
83.0
/100
|
#222
Excellent
13.1%
Single Females
77.6
/100
|
#157
Good
21.0%
Single Fathers
70.5
/100
|
#239
Good
17.0%
Single Mothers
77.6
/100
|
#164
Good
29.3%
Married Couples
91.3
/100
|
#94
Exceptional
4.7%
Seniors Over 65 years
86.5
/100
|
#119
Excellent
10.0%
Seniors Over 75 years
83.0
/100
|
#126
Excellent
11.5%
Receiving Food Stamps
87.5
/100
|
#109
Excellent
10.2%

Immigrants from Western Europe Unemployment

In terms of unemployment, Immigrants from Western Europe residing in the United States exhibit better unemployment rate among males (5.3%), unemployment rate among population between the ages 35 and 44 (4.7%), and unemployment rate among population between the ages 30 and 34 (5.6%), but there is room for improvement in unemployment rate among seniors over the age of 75 (9.4%), unemployment rate among women with children between the ages 6 and 17 (9.1%), and unemployment rate among women with children under the age of 6 (7.8%).
Immigrants from Western Europe Unemployment
Unemployment MetricRating | RankValue
Unemployment
92.4
/100
|
#117
Exceptional
5.2%
Males
94.6
/100
|
#129
Exceptional
5.3%
Females
89.0
/100
|
#128
Excellent
5.2%
Youth < 25
90.2
/100
|
#148
Exceptional
11.9%
Age | 16 to 19 years
87.6
/100
|
#161
Excellent
18.4%
Age | 20 to 24 years
90.8
/100
|
#175
Exceptional
10.5%
Age | 25 to 29 years
91.1
/100
|
#189
Exceptional
6.8%
Age | 30 to 34 years
93.0
/100
|
#178
Exceptional
5.6%
Age | 35 to 44 years
93.3
/100
|
#152
Exceptional
4.7%
Age | 45 to 54 years
91.5
/100
|
#162
Exceptional
4.6%
Age | 55 to 59 years
93.0
/100
|
#168
Exceptional
4.9%
Age | 60 to 64 years
89.9
/100
|
#152
Excellent
4.9%
Age | 65 to 74 years
85.9
/100
|
#169
Excellent
5.5%
Seniors > 65
87.2
/100
|
#161
Excellent
5.2%
Seniors > 75
76.8
/100
|
#198
Good
9.4%
Women w/ Children < 6
85.3
/100
|
#185
Excellent
7.8%
Women w/ Children 6 to 17
83.5
/100
|
#205
Excellent
9.1%
Women w/ Children < 18
87.7
/100
|
#138
Excellent
5.5%

Immigrants from Western Europe Labor Participation

In terms of labor participation, Immigrants from Western Europe residing in the United States exhibit better labor force participation rate among population between the ages 30 and 34 (84.5%), labor force participation rate among population between the ages 35 and 44 (84.0%), and labor force participation rate among population between the ages 45 and 54 (82.1%), but there is room for improvement in labor force participation rate among population between the ages 16 and 19 (36.7%), labor force participation rate among population ages 16 and over (64.4%), and labor force participation rate among population between the ages 20 and 24 (75.1%).
Immigrants from Western Europe Labor Participation
Labor Participation MetricRating | RankValue
In Labor Force | Age > 16
60.9
/100
|
#259
Good
64.4%
In Labor Force | Age 20-64
79.4
/100
|
#228
Good
78.9%
In Labor Force | Age 16-19
56.7
/100
|
#142
Average
36.7%
In Labor Force | Age 20-24
69.6
/100
|
#154
Good
75.1%
In Labor Force | Age 25-29
74.9
/100
|
#175
Good
84.4%
In Labor Force | Age 30-34
85.6
/100
|
#173
Excellent
84.5%
In Labor Force | Age 35-44
83.3
/100
|
#197
Excellent
84.0%
In Labor Force | Age 45-54
81.4
/100
|
#204
Excellent
82.1%

Immigrants from Western Europe Family Structure

In terms of family structure, Immigrants from Western Europe residing in the United States exhibit better percentage of single father households (2.1%), percentage of single mother households (5.9%), and percentage of population currently married (47.9%), but there is room for improvement in average family size (3.17), percentage of family households with children (26.8%), and percentage of family households (63.6%).
Immigrants from Western Europe Family Structure
Family Structure MetricRating | RankValue
Family Households
38.5
/100
|
#252
Fair
63.6%
Family Households with Children
19.9
/100
|
#288
Poor
26.8%
Married-couple Households
68.0
/100
|
#133
Good
47.4%
Average Family Size
9.3
/100
|
#293
Tragic
3.17
Single Father Households
89.6
/100
|
#106
Excellent
2.1%
Single Mother Households
78.8
/100
|
#111
Good
5.9%
Currently Married
74.8
/100
|
#109
Good
47.9%
Divorced or Separated
57.8
/100
|
#174
Average
12.2%
Births to Unmarried Women
72.3
/100
|
#156
Good
30.9%

Immigrants from Western Europe Vehicle Availability

In terms of vehicle availability, Immigrants from Western Europe residing in the United States exhibit better percentage of households with no vehicle available (10.9%), percentage of households with 1 or more vehicles available (89.2%), and percentage of households with 2 or more vehicles available (55.6%), but there is room for improvement in percentage of households with 4 or more vehicles available (6.3%), percentage of households with 3 or more vehicles available (19.7%), and percentage of households with 2 or more vehicles available (55.6%).
Immigrants from Western Europe Vehicle Availability
Vehicle Availability MetricRating | RankValue
No Vehicles Available
86.6
/100
|
#206
Excellent
10.9%
1+ Vehicles Available
85.1
/100
|
#205
Excellent
89.2%
2+ Vehicles Available
75.4
/100
|
#164
Good
55.6%
3+ Vehicles Available
49.4
/100
|
#165
Average
19.7%
4+ Vehicles Available
37.5
/100
|
#166
Fair
6.3%

Immigrants from Western Europe Education Level

In terms of education level, Immigrants from Western Europe residing in the United States exhibit better percentage of population with no schooling (1.7%), percentage of population with at least 12th grade (no diploma) education (92.1%), and percentage of population with at least 10th grade education (94.6%), but there is room for improvement in percentage of population with at least doctorate degree education (2.3%), percentage of population with at least master's degree education (17.5%), and percentage of population with at least professional degree education (5.6%).
Immigrants from Western Europe Education Level
Education Level MetricRating | RankValue
No Schooling Completed
86.3
/100
|
#81
Excellent
1.7%
Nursery School
69.2
/100
|
#86
Good
98.4%
Kindergarten
68.9
/100
|
#89
Good
98.4%
1st Grade
75.4
/100
|
#89
Good
98.4%
2nd Grade
76.3
/100
|
#89
Good
98.3%
3rd Grade
68.0
/100
|
#86
Good
98.2%
4th Grade
80.3
/100
|
#88
Excellent
98.0%
5th Grade
81.9
/100
|
#89
Excellent
97.8%
6th Grade
69.6
/100
|
#88
Good
97.6%
7th Grade
73.1
/100
|
#88
Good
96.7%
8th Grade
72.5
/100
|
#87
Good
96.4%
9th Grade
82.3
/100
|
#81
Excellent
95.7%
10th Grade
85.2
/100
|
#84
Excellent
94.6%
11th Grade
85.1
/100
|
#86
Excellent
93.5%
12th Grade, No Diploma
85.6
/100
|
#94
Excellent
92.1%
High School Diploma
84.9
/100
|
#94
Excellent
90.3%
GED/Equivalency
83.9
/100
|
#96
Excellent
87.1%
College, Under 1 year
76.1
/100
|
#82
Good
68.1%
College, 1 year or more
73.7
/100
|
#90
Good
62.4%
Associate's Degree
71.8
/100
|
#93
Good
49.4%
Bachelor's Degree
67.5
/100
|
#93
Good
41.3%
Master's Degree
63.5
/100
|
#77
Good
17.5%
Professional Degree
64.1
/100
|
#57
Good
5.6%
Doctorate Degree
56.6
/100
|
#46
Average
2.3%

Immigrants from Western Europe Disability

In terms of disability, Immigrants from Western Europe residing in the United States exhibit better percentage of population with a disability over the age of 75 (46.5%), percentage of population with a disability under the age of 5 (1.4%), and percentage of population with a disability between the ages 65 and 75 (22.5%), but there is room for improvement in percentage of population with a disability (11.7%), percentage of males with a disability (11.5%), and percentage of population with a disability between the ages 34 and 64 (11.0%).
Immigrants from Western Europe Disability
Disability MetricRating | RankValue
Disability
65.7
/100
|
#208
Good
11.7%
Males
65.9
/100
|
#221
Good
11.5%
Females
67.1
/100
|
#191
Good
11.9%
Age | Under 5 years
82.7
/100
|
#263
Excellent
1.4%
Age | 5 to 17 years
71.3
/100
|
#182
Good
5.5%
Age | 18 to 34 years
68.5
/100
|
#223
Good
6.5%
Age | 35 to 64 years
67.0
/100
|
#166
Good
11.0%
Age | 65 to 74 years
82.3
/100
|
#125
Excellent
22.5%
Age | Over 75 years
87.2
/100
|
#74
Excellent
46.5%
Vision
76.2
/100
|
#186
Good
2.1%
Hearing
70.6
/100
|
#244
Good
3.3%
Cognitive
74.4
/100
|
#123
Good
16.8%
Ambulatory
72.7
/100
|
#196
Good
6.1%
Self-Care
73.2
/100
|
#155
Good
2.4%

Common Questions

What are the strongest characteristics of Immigrants from Western Europe in the United States?
The strongest characteristics of Immigrants from Western Europe in the United States are:
#1
Unemployment Rate Among Males
5.3%
(94.6/100)
#2
Unemployment Rate Among Population Between the Ages 35 and 44
4.7%
(93.3/100)
#3
Unemployment Rate Among Population Between the Ages 30 and 34
5.6%
(93.0/100)
#4
Unemployment Rate Among Population Between the Ages 55 and 59
4.9%
(93.0/100)
#5
Unemployment
5.2%
(92.4/100)
What are the most vital challenges facing Immigrants from Western Europe in the United States?
The most vital challenges facing Immigrants from Western Europe in the United States are:
#1
Average Family Size
3.17
(9.3/100)
#2
Percentage of Family Households with Children
26.8%
(19.9/100)
#3
Percentage of Households with 4 or More Vehicles Available
6.3%
(37.5/100)
#4
Percentage of Family Households
63.6%
(38.5/100)
#5
Wage/Income Gap Percentage
28.2%
(45.5/100)
What is Immigrants from Western Europe per capita income in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe per capita income in the United States is $45,685, which is good, ranking it 59th out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe median family income in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe median family income in the United States is $103,819, which is good, ranking it 75th out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe median household income in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe median household income in the United States is $84,728, which is good, ranking it 92nd out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe median earnings in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe median earnings in the United States is $46,320, which is good, ranking it 81st out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe median male earnings in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe median male earnings in the United States is $55,487, which is good, ranking it 71st out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe median female earnings in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe median female earnings in the United States is $38,308, which is average, ranking it 95th out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe wage/income gap percentage in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe wage/income gap percentage in the United States is 28.2%, which is average, ranking it 276th out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe poverty level in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe poverty level in the United States is 11.8%, which is excellent, ranking it 127th out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe poverty level among families in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe poverty level among families in the United States is 8.4%, which is excellent, ranking it 116th out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe poverty level among males in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe poverty level among males in the United States is 10.8%, which is excellent, ranking it 128th out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe poverty level among females in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe poverty level among females in the United States is 12.9%, which is excellent, ranking it 129th out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe poverty level among children under the age of 16 in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe poverty level among children under the age of 16 in the United States is 15.5%, which is good, ranking it 121st out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe poverty level among single males in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe poverty level among single males in the United States is 13.1%, which is excellent, ranking it 222nd out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe poverty level among single females in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe poverty level among single females in the United States is 21.0%, which is good, ranking it 157th out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe poverty level among single fathers in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe poverty level among single fathers in the United States is 17.0%, which is good, ranking it 239th out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe poverty level among single mothers in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe poverty level among single mothers in the United States is 29.3%, which is good, ranking it 164th out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe percentage of population receiving government assistance and/or food stamps in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe percentage of population receiving government assistance and/or food stamps in the United States is 10.2%, which is excellent, ranking it 109th out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe unemployment in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe unemployment in the United States is 5.2%, which is exceptional, ranking it 117th out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe unemployment rate among males in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe unemployment rate among males in the United States is 5.3%, which is exceptional, ranking it 129th out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe unemploymnet rate among females in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe unemploymnet rate among females in the United States is 5.2%, which is excellent, ranking it 128th out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe percentage of family households in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe percentage of family households in the United States is 63.6%, which is fair, ranking it 252nd out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe percentage of family households with children in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe percentage of family households with children in the United States is 26.8%, which is poor, ranking it 288th out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe percentage of married-couple family households in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe percentage of married-couple family households in the United States is 47.4%, which is good, ranking it 133rd out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe average family size in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe average family size in the United States is 3.17, which is tragic, ranking it 293rd out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe percentage of single father households in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe percentage of single father households in the United States is 2.1%, which is excellent, ranking it 106th out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe percentage of single mother households in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe percentage of single mother households in the United States is 5.9%, which is good, ranking it 111th out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe percentage of population currently married in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe percentage of population currently married in the United States is 47.9%, which is good, ranking it 109th out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe percentage of population currently divorced or separated in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe percentage of population currently divorced or separated in the United States is 12.2%, which is average, ranking it 174th out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe percentage of births to unmarried women in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe percentage of births to unmarried women in the United States is 30.9%, which is good, ranking it 156th out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe percentage of population with a disability in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe percentage of population with a disability in the United States is 11.7%, which is good, ranking it 208th out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe percentage of males with a disability in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe percentage of males with a disability in the United States is 11.5%, which is good, ranking it 221st out of 347 demographic groups.
What is Immigrants from Western Europe percentage of females with a disability in the United States?
Immigrants from Western Europe percentage of females with a disability in the United States is 11.9%, which is good, ranking it 191st out of 347 demographic groups.

Definitions

Social Index (Si) is a quantitative measure of societal well-being and progress based on various factors and indicators.

Social Index Explained

Social Index refers to a cumulative metric used to assess and measure the overall well-being or social standing of a specific demographic group within a society. It combines multiple factors such as income, poverty rates, family structure, education levels, employment and unemployment rates, rates of illegitimate childbirths, divorce rates, and other relevant social indicators. The purpose of a social index is to provide a comprehensive snapshot of the social conditions and quality of life within a particular group.

Social Index Calculation

The calculation of a social index involves assigning weights or scores to various social factors and then summing up these scores to obtain an overall composite score. These scores are then multiplied by their respective weights and summed up to calculate the overall social index score for the demographic group being assessed. The resulting score provides a quantitative measure of the group's social well-being, allowing for comparisons, tracking changes over time, and informing policy and decision-making processes.

What Can Social Index be Used For

A social index can be used for various purposes, including:
  1. Assessing Social Well-being: The social index provides a quantitative measure of the overall well-being of a demographic group. It helps assess the social conditions, quality of life, and disparities within a population, allowing policymakers, researchers, and organizations to identify areas that require improvement or targeted interventions.
  2. Policy Evaluation: The index can be used to evaluate the effectiveness of social policies and interventions. By tracking changes in the social index score over time, policymakers can assess the impact of specific initiatives and make data-driven decisions regarding resource allocation and policy adjustments.
  3. Targeting Resources: The social index helps identify demographic groups or geographic regions that are facing greater social challenges or experiencing lower levels of well-being. It assists in targeting resources and interventions to address specific social issues, reduce disparities, and promote equitable development.
  4. Comparing Demographic Groups: The social index allows for comparisons between different demographic groups or across different regions. It provides insights into the relative social standing or well-being of these groups, facilitating a deeper understanding of disparities and informing policy efforts to address them.
  5. Advocacy and Awareness: The social index can be used as a tool for advocacy and raising awareness about social issues. By quantifying and visualizing social conditions, the index helps highlight areas of concern, draw attention to inequalities, and mobilize support for social change and policy reforms.
  6. Monitoring Progress: The index serves as a benchmark for monitoring progress and evaluating the impact of social development initiatives. It enables stakeholders to track changes in social indicators, identify trends, and measure the effectiveness of interventions over time.
  7. Academic and Research Purposes: The social index provides researchers with a comprehensive metric to study social phenomena and investigate the relationship between different social factors. It helps generate insights, support academic research, and contribute to the body of knowledge on social well-being and development.
  8. Overall, the social index serves as a valuable tool for understanding, measuring, and addressing social challenges. It informs policy decisions, facilitates targeted interventions, and promotes a more holistic approach to social development and well-being.