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Working in America: New Tables Detail Demographics of Work Experience

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Tweet By: Braedyn Kromer and David Howard More than seven in 10 people of traditional working age (16 to 64 years old) worked in 2014; for people 65 and over, at least one in five had worked in the past … Continue reading

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Skipping the Booth: Voters Using Alternative Methods are Increasing

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Tweet Written By: Thom File, sociologist, Education and Social Stratification Statistics Branch Nationally in 2014, 10.3 percent of voters reported voting in person before Election Day, while 20.9 percent reported voting by mail, meaning that in the most recent congressional … Continue reading

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A Gray Revolution in Living Arrangements

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Tweet Written by: Jonathan Vespa and Emily Schondelmyer The last 50 years have witnessed a revolution in young adult living arrangements, which are now more diverse than at any time since World War II. The transformation is not limited to … Continue reading

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Singles, Mingles and Wedding Jingles: Partnerships and Living Arrangements from 1967 to 2014

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Tweet Written by: Emily Schondelmyer and Jonathan Vespa For nearly half a century, the Census Bureau has been collecting data on America’s living arrangements. Young adults age 18 to 34 have experienced significant changes in who they live with when … Continue reading

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One-Stop Shop for Stats on Specific Industries: Now with Even More Information

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Tweet Written by: Andrew Hait If you are a business owner, entrepreneur or business development specialist looking for key information about an industry in your local area, you are in luck. The Census Bureau today launched an expanded version of … Continue reading

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