Miami is the cultural, economic and financial center of south Florida, with a diverse, international population. Miami’s metropolitan area is home to 6.1 million people and is the seventh-largest in the nation. Since 1980, the population of people of color grew from 80.6 percent to 88.1 percent of Miami’s population. The city is a majority-Latino city, with 70 percent of its population being Latino. Cuban Americans still comprise over half of the city's population, at 54 percent. About 13 percent of Miami-Dade's Latinos are from Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and Mexico, and 32 percent are from other Central and South American countries such as Guatemala, Colombia, El Salvador, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Honduras and Brazil. Despite its overwhelming diversity, income inequality is prevalent. In Miami, the median hourly wage for white residents is $26 while people of color only earn $13 comparatively. 41 percent of jobs require at least some college education. And, while 71 percent of the white population meets this requirement, only 18 percent of black and 48 percent of Latino residents can compete. In Miami, we conducted three focus groups and heard the opinions of from college-educated black, white and Latino residents. Learn more by reading the full report.