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PHCPrimary Health Care
PHCPort Harcourt (Nigeria)
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PHCParrahippocampal Cortex (brain)
PHCPatrick Henry College
PHCPrimary Health Centre (India)
PHCPanhellenic Council (sororities)
PHCPutnam Hospital Center (Carmel, NY)
PHCPorsche Hill Control
PHCParliament House Complex (various locations)
PHCPersonal Holding Company
PHCProvidence Health Care (Spokane, WA)
PHCPublic Health Capacity and Communication (European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control)
PHCPrimary Home Care
PHCPublic Housing Communities (various locations)
PHCPetroleum Hydrocarbons
PHCPhotonic Crystal
PHCPublic Health Center
PHCPew Hispanic Center (California)
PHCPost-Hardcore (music genre)
PHCPortland Habilitation Center (Portland, OH)
PHCPears Health Cyber (marketing; various locations)
PHCPrentice Hall Canada (publishing)
PHCPartenariat Hubert Curien (French: Hubert Curien Partnership)
PHCPharmaceutical Chemist (UK)
PHCPacto Hambre Cero (Spanish: Zero Hunger Pact; Guatemala)
PHCPaul Hall Center for Maritime Training and Education
PHCPromus Hotel Corporation (Memphis, TN)
PHCProbable Hydrologic Consequences (mining)
PHCPhrack High Council
PHCPet Health Council (UK)
PHCPrincipal Hazardous Constituent
PHCPalestinian Housing Council
PHCChief Photographer's Mate (Naval Rating)
PHCPiedmont Health Care (Statesville, NC)
PHCPermanent Human Capability
PHCPretensioned spun High-strength Concrete pile
PHCParti de l'Héritage Chrétien (French: Christian Heritage Party)
PHCPrater Hater Club
PHCPhotographic Change
PHCPupils with Handicapping Conditions
PHCPeople's Homesite Corporation (Philippines)
PHCPremolar aplasia-hyperhidrosis-canities prematura (syndrome)
PHCPreventive and Promotional Health Care
PHCProduct History Card
PHCPhilippine Harvadian College
PHCPotentially Hazardous Comet (astrophysics)
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mainland." In addition, "[b]etween 2005 and 2015, Puerto Rico had a net loss of about 446,000 people to the mainland, with job-related (40 percent) and family or household reasons (39 percent) cited as primary causes among a plurality of those leaving." The Pew Hispanic Center's analysis of the U.S.
have disapproved of the way the Obama has handled deportations of undocumented immigrants, according to a new national survey conducted by the (http://www.pewhispanic.org/2011/12/28/as-deportations-rise-to-record-levels-most-latinos-oppose-obamas-policy/) Pew Hispanic Center.
These findings are further supported by a 2004 study by the Pew Hispanic Center that listed meatpacking as the industry with the thirteenthhighest concentration of foreign-born Hispanics (Kochhar, 2005).
A Joint Pew Hispanic Center and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Research Report has found that Latinos are the racial and ethnic group least likely to visit the doctor.
Retrieved from Pew Hispanic Center website: http://www.pewhispanic.org/2012/08/20/hispanicstudent-enrollments-reach-new-highs-in-2011/
Three and a half years ago, the Pew Hispanic Center reported that one of the largest waves of immigrants to ever enter the United States from a single country - Mexico - had come to a standstill.
Between 2000 and 2011, the number of all immigrants living in the states grew by around 30 percent, although the number of unauthorized immigrants decreased slightly between 2007 and 2011, according to the Pew Hispanic Center. Currently, foreign-born residents make up 12.8 percent of the nation's population.
The number of people living in the country illegally tripled in Iowa from 2000 to 2010, nearly doubled in Ohio and surged 55 percent in North Carolina, according to the Pew Hispanic Center.
From 1991 to 2001, annual immigration from Mexico alone more than doubled from 370,000 to 770,000, according to the Pew Hispanic Center. To be successful, all these retailers had to do was stock Latinos' favorite foods and speak Spanish.
Those demographic trends continue, and Pew Hispanic Center tabulations of the 2000 Census and the 2011 American Community Survey indicated that the non-Hispanic white population was 63.3% of the population in 2011, down from 69.1% in 2000.
Diverse Digits Immediate Entry into College by Race and Ethnicity, 2012 Asian 84% Hispanic 69% White 67% Black 63% Share of 22- to 24-year-aids completing at least a bachelor's degree, 2012 All 21% Asian 38% White 22% Black 12% Hispanic 11% SOURCE: PEW HISPANIC CENTER
In 2010, the Pew Hispanic Center reported that the number of Hispanics graduating from college was seven times higher than it had been in the 1970s.