Following the enactment of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 , the Philippines became the largest source of Asian immigration, providing one fourth of the total Asian immigrants.   After 1965 and until at least the 1990s, Filipinos were the largest number of Asians immigrating into the United States, and the second largest immigration population other than Mexicans .  Into the 1990s, Filipino immigrants included many highly educated and higher skilled immigrants.   A significant portion of these immigrants were in the medical field, due to medical personnel shortages in the United State such as in nursing , making the Philippines become the largest source of healthcare professionals to the United States.  In the 1960s, nurses from the Philippines became the largest group of nurses immigrating to the United States, surpassing nurses immigrating to the United States from Canada .  By the 1970s Filipinos made up 60 percent (9,158) of nurses immigrating to the United States, with Canadians being a distant second (3,034).  By 2000, 1 in 10 Filipino Americans were employed in the nursing field, with there being an estimate of 100,000 Filipino American nurses.  Another result of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 was that family reunification based immigration added to the total amount of Filipino immigrants resulting in two distinct economic groups within the Filipino American community.  
Carroll has earned this spot. Forget the consecutive Super Bowl appearances of the past two seasons. Carroll is a peerless master motivator whose players seem to love playing for him . The aspect of his coaching style worth admiring the most: He doesn't stand in the way of his assistants , encouraging them to further their careers -- with two of his former subordinates, Gus Bradley and Dan Quinn, finding their way onto this list over the past two years. One could view the pursuit of his staff by other teams as a sign that the Seahawks' way is the right way.