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Today, the United States contains the highest number of Iranians outside of Iran.
Due to the drastic events of the 1979 Revolution, the students ended up staying in the United States as refugees.By 1975, the Institute of International Education's annual foreign student census figures listed Iranian students as the largest group of foreign students in the United States, amounting to a total of 9% of all foreign students in the country.During the 1977–78 academic year, of about 100,000 Iranian students abroad, 36,220 were enrolled in American institutions of higher learning.In Los Angeles, Persians have become the largest ethnic group in many LA's wealthiest enclaves including Bel Air, Beverly Hills, Tarzana, Encino, and Woodland Hills.After surveying Fortune 500 companies researchers at MIT discovered that 50 Iranian-Americans held senior leadership positions at companies with more than $200 million in asset value.As a result, the educated elite who left Iran after the revolution, and the new graduates in the United States who chose not to return home, created a large pool of highly educated and skilled Iranian professionals in the United States.
By 2002, an estimated 1.5 to 2.5 million Iranians lived abroad, mainly in North America and Europe, due to the Islamic government's authoritarian practices.
He began his travels as a 23-year-old looking for knowledge, to experience the lives of others, and to use that knowledge to help with Iran's progress.
His stay in the United States lasted 10 years, and he traveled across the country from New York to San Francisco.
During and after the revolution, most students did not return to Iran, and those who did were gradually purged from the newly established Islamic Republic.
Many students who graduated abroad after the revolution also did not return, due to ruling clergy's repression.
that, in the Western world, Iran was known as "Persia".