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Our Changing Veteran Population

Pew Research Center has just released new statistical information about the changing veteran population in the United States. There are five key statistics that are mentioned. All point to great change in how we care for our veterans and who …

Demographics: No Spouses or Partners

Most people like some time to themselves; now they are finding they like their own company best. Pew Research Center has studied demographics for partnering and marriage and finds more Americans than ever prefer to live without a spouse or …

Demographics Are Challenging Colleges

The Huffington Post has an interesting article about how demographic change is affecting college enrollment. “In fact, more than two thirds of private colleges and over 50% of public colleges failed to meet their enrollment or net tuition revenue targets …

Age Demographics Mean Big Workforce Change

According to Pew Research Center, the country is about to see major changes in our workforce size as a result of aging. Demographics show that in the next twenty years the workforce growth will slow and begin to actually shrink …

Changing Gender and Sexual Demographics

The Pacific Standard has examined the latest research to show that the Unites States has seen a change over the last five years in the demographics of those who identify as being in the LBGT community. During this period, the …

Demographics Shape Historical View

Pew Research Center in association with the History Channel has produced a study of what Americans think are the most significant ten events in their lifetime. Age demographics determine what we perceive as the most significant events; however, for all …

The Demographics Of Non-Book Readers

Though the demographics of those who don’t read a book in the United States in the last year hasn’t changed much, it is still noteworthy who the non-book readers are. According to Pew Research Center, they are 26% of …

Demographic Trend: Multiracial Pride

Pew Research Center has analyzed how multiracial Americans view themselves. In 2013, the U.S. Census Bureau found that roughly 9 million Americans viewed themselves as being one or more races. This is believed to be a lower figure than is …

Major Household Demographic Change

For the first time in the modern era, the most common living arrangement for 18-34 year-olds is with their parents. Pew Research Center has published a study examining this change and why it is happening. Education and economics play large …

Up and Coming Demographic: Gen Z Girls

Adweek has a great article and infographic on Gen Z Girls. The youngest are in middle school and the oldest are finishing college. In four years, people born since the mid-1990s will represent 40% of the consumer market. These are …