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New York comes in 2nd as California has the most foreign-born residents in the nation

The foreign-born population of the United States has risen to 40 million, or almost 13% of the population, according to new figures from the Census Bureau. That’s up from about 31 million, or about 11% of the total population, in … Continue reading

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About Generation “Jobless” (formerly called Generation Y)

Few groups were hit harder by the recession than young men, like Cody Preston and Justin Randol, 25-year-old high-school buddies who didn’t go to college. The unemployment rate for males between 25 and 34 years old with high-school diplomas is … Continue reading

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Poverty rate up, household income down

US Census Bureau Reports that one in six Americans live in poverty After dipping to 11.3 percent in 2000, the U.S. poverty rate was 15.1 percent in 2010. The last time it reached that level was in 1993. Median household … Continue reading

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US CENSUS REPORT 2010 of Poverty,Income, and Health Benefits in America Today

Poverty and Income in America The latest poverty and income figures came out last month and boy are they disturbing: 46 million Americans were living under the poverty line in 2010, the highest number since the Commerce Department started collecting the … Continue reading

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Comparative Population Analysis of US & China 2011-2050

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