Monthly Archives: November 2010

Easier access to economic data

Written by: Robert Marske, Office of Economic Planning and Innovation Fifty years ago, President Kennedy said, “Before we can set out on the road to success, we have to know where we are going, and before we can know that … Continue reading

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Families: A Changing Nation

Many of us are curious to see how our experiences compare with those of others. We want to know how many children people have, how many adults live with their parents, or how old people are when they first get … Continue reading

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New Moms Who Cohabit

When one pictures an unmarried mother, one might conjure up an image of a woman who is raising her child alone. And many of them do so. But a fair number of these women are actually living with a cohabiting … Continue reading

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Data Round Up

Data collected by the U.S. Census Bureau are all around us. Here are a few recent examples from the news: Last week, the U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development announced the latest numbers for … Continue reading

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