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Optimistim About American Dream Lives On

International Daily News, news, Posted: Jul 01, 2009

NEW YORKOver 80 percent Asians, Latinos and African Americans feel optimistic about achieving the American Dream, while two-third of whites share the same feeling, reports the International Daily News. According to The 2009 MetLife Study of the American Dream, the study shows Asians, when compared with other minorities, often view having a successful career as a key component of achieving the American Dream. Over one-third of Asians see stable job incomes as an indispensable part of maintaining financial stability. Moreover, 43 percent of Asians are confident that their savings can help them survive at least four more months if they are unemployed, while only 29 percent of the general public have the same level of confidence.




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