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Where do STEM Graduates Work?

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 do … Continue reading

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Nation to Become a Plurality, but Some Areas Already Are

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 population. … Continue reading

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Why Do We Move? Did the Reasons Change Over Time?

Written by: David Ihrke Between 2012 and 2013, 35.9 million people age 1 and over moved in the United States. Each person moved for a specific reason or set of reasons, whether it was to establish their own household, attend … Continue reading

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Where Do People Bike & Walk to Work? College Towns

Written by: Brian McKenzie Biking to work has increased in large U.S. cities over the last decade.  In cities such as Portland, Ore., and Minneapolis the percentage of people who biked to work more than doubled. These cities are known … Continue reading

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Who Bikes to Work in America?

Written by: Brian McKenzie As cities take steps to increase transportation options, many people choose to ride a bike to work or walk. Timed with National Bike to Work Month, the Census Bureau has released its first-ever report on biking … Continue reading

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