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In contrast, returns on each additional year of education for a Japanese American is only 8. Recent research from scholars such as Timothy Fong, Roderick Harrison, and Paul Ong, to name just a few, continues to confirm these findings that controlling for other variables, Asian Americans still earn less money than Whites with virtually equal qualifications.
Another telling statistic is how much more money a person earns with each additional year of schooling completed, or what sociologists call "returns on education." One of the first in-depth studies that looked at per capita income between Asian Americans and other racial/ethnic groups came from Robert Jiobu and is cited in by Sucheng Chan.The results show that as a whole Asian American families have higher median incomes than White families.However, this is because in most cases, the typical Asian American family tends to have more members who are working than the typical White family.Anyone who has lived in New York City (yours truly included) can attest to just how expensive it is to live in these cities.
Therefore, Asian Americans may earn more but they also have to spend more to survive.It's not unusual for an Asian American family to have four, five, or more members working.