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More Education Means Less Chance of Living with Mom and Dad

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Tweet Written by: Ellyn Arevalo Steidl, David Ihrke and Jonathan Vespa Our last blog on young adults looked at trends over the last 40 years of young adults living with their parents. Today we take a closer look at this … Continue reading

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Understanding Geographic Relationships: American Indian Areas

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Tweet Written by: Katy Rossiter Part two in the Understanding Geographic Relationships series focuses on relationships that exist between different types of American Indian Areas. Part one in this series provided an overview of how Census Bureau geographies relate to … Continue reading

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Understanding Geographic Relationships: Counties, Places, Tracts and More

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Tweet By Katy Rossiter Geography is at the center of taking a census. We do not just count people; we count people where they live. Geography is important because it is the basis for taking a census and for tabulating … Continue reading

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Where do STEM Graduates Work?

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Tweet Written By: Liana Christin Landivar and Anthony Martinez In 2012, 14.8 million employed college graduates reported having a bachelor’s degree in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).  About one-quarter of these graduates work in a STEM occupation, so where … Continue reading

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Nation to Become a Plurality, but Some Areas Already Are

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Tweet Written by: Jason E. Devine and Jennifer M. Ortman When people discuss our nation’s increasing diversity, they often think about the point at which the non-Hispanic White alone population will comprise less than 50 percent of the nation’s total … Continue reading

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