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2010 Census Statistics Showed Asians Were Fastest-Growing Race Group

Written by: Elizabeth M. Hoeffel and Nicholas A. Jones According to the 2010 Census, the Asian population grew faster than any other race group in the United States between 2000 and 2010. This was observed for the population who reported … Continue reading

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Science and Engineering Degree Holders Concentrated Along the Coasts

Written by Julie Siebens More than 18 million students were enrolled in undergraduate education in 2009. At some point in their education, these students will declare a major field of study. Their chosen fields will influence many other decisions over … Continue reading

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Nation Reaches Educational Attainment Milestone

Written by: Sonia Collazo The Census Bureau collects data on educational attainment in three different surveys: the Current Population Survey (CPS), the American Community Survey (ACS) and the Survey of Income and Program Participation. Each serves as an important tool … Continue reading

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Census Bureau Announces Schedule for Population Estimates Releases

Written by: Victoria Velkoff The 2010 Census counted 3 million residents of Orange County, Calif. How quickly has the home of Disneyland grown since? You will find out a little later this year, as the Census Bureau releases several sets … Continue reading

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First Population Estimates Since 2010 Census are Released

Written by: Alexa Jones-Puthoff It probably seems like just yesterday that you filled out and mailed back your 2010 Census form. But it has already been well over a year, and in that time, our society has hardly remained static. … Continue reading

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