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According to 2000 Census data, among those who spoke another language than English at home, employment, work status, and earnings varied directly with their ability to speak English. Those with the lowest English speaking
ability had the lowest employment rate, lowest rate of full-time employment, and lowest median earnings.
Children in non-English-primary-language households more often had no usual source of medical care (38% vs 13%), made no medical (27% vs 12%) or preventive dental (14% vs 6%) visits in the previous year, and had problems obtaining specialty care (40% vs 23%).