How to be an Asian-American billionaire
There are a few ways you can make an Asian American billionaire.
But the key is to be realistic about the opportunity.
It doesn’t have to be a big deal, but the first step is to acknowledge your worth.
That’s not easy.
In a survey by the Asian American Media Foundation, Asian Americans were asked about how they feel about their economic situation.
They rated the economic situation as either good or poor.
The survey showed that the Asian Americans of color were the least satisfied.
They rated the job market as good or bad, with 51% of them describing it as “good.”
And the median household income was just $54,800.
The median household wealth was just under $200,000, according to the survey.
But it’s not just that they have a difficult time.
The survey found that only 22% of Asian Americans had been born in the United States, with less than half of them having ever been born overseas.
They also had lower than average levels of educational attainment, with only 43% graduating from high school or less.
And even those who graduated with high school diplomas, only 41% were employed full time.
These findings have a lot to do with cultural stereotypes.
They have a profound effect on who Asian Americans are and how they view themselves.
“We know that the majority of Asians in America are white, and the majority are white-collar professionals, but a lot of Asians feel like they don’t belong,” says Lee Park, a professor of sociology at the University of California, Berkeley.
When Asian Americans have the same struggles, it creates an unhealthy cycle in their life, he adds.
The Asian American community has a lot at stake, and it’s one of the reasons why we’ve had such a dramatic decline in Asian American men in the workforce over the last few decades.
“If the Asian community has not been able to grow, then the Asian-Americans of color in the U.S. have not been growing, and they’ve lost their opportunities,” says Kim Gwan-sang, director of the Asian Pacific American Research Institute at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.