What Immigration Means to Hawaii (Infographic)
Hawaii has a sizable community of immigrants, much of which emigrated from the Philippines. Nearly 18 percent of the state’s population was born in another country, while 16 percent are native-born Americans who have at least one immigrant parent. Foreign-born residents also represent a vital share of the state’s labor force in many sectors: more than 40 percent of workers in both the mining and agriculture industries are immigrants. As workers, business owners, taxpayers, and neighbors, immigrants are an integral part of Hawaii’s diverse and thriving communities and make extensive contributions that benefit all.
American Immigration Council. (2017). What Immigration Means to Hawaii [infographic]. Retrieved from https://www.americanimmigrationcouncil.org/sites/default/files/infographics/hawaii_infographic_2018.png