Diaspora Live better as compared to the home country people: PRCGA Report

Published Date:   Friday, Nov 02, 2012


In a recent survey conducted by the Pew Research Center’s Global Attitudes Project among Asians in major Asian countries i.e. Chinese, Indians, Japanese, Korean, Filipinos and Vietnamese. The study touched upon issues of skill development, earnings, education, work ethnics, democracy etc. The survey was based on total foreign born population including adults and children that includes Asians as well as mixed race Asians.  The study found that “U.S. Asians are more likely than Asians in Asia to say their standard of living is better than that of their parents at a similar stage of life. U.S. Asians also exceed Asians in their belief that hard work leads to success in life. And while many U.S. Asians say that Asian-American parents place too much pressure on their children to do well in school, even more Chinese and Japanese say this about parents in their countries”.


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