Population Reference Bureau Report Examines U.S. Economic and Social Trends Since 2000

PRB's Population Bulletin, "U.S. Economic and Social Trends Since 2000," by Linda A. Jacobsen and Mark Mather, is a wide-ranging analysis of how the U.S. population has changed since 2000 an appropriate time to compare the United States today with its demographic makeup at the last census in 2000. The report investigates various issues: income, educational attainment, homeownership, commuting, fertility, marriage, migration trends and race. Also, accompanying the report, please find audio commentaries on backgrounds and other factors influencing these trends from both authors!
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