Worsening economic conditions or war make people more inclined to expand their ethnic division. The median age of the second generation will increase even more sharply, to 36, though this group is projected to remain slightly younger than the overall population.
It should be noted that the immigrant population both grew and spread out across the country faster in the s than in the s. Introduction Due to continuous immigration and growth of minority population, the U.
While the city is home to many major employers for young adults, housing stock for young professionals is more widely distributed throughout the region. Inmultiracial marriages accounted for only 0. Map 1 illustrates how growth in the foreign-born population has extended beyond traditional gateways—such as California, Florida, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, and Texas—into other areas of the United States, especially the Southeast and the Pacific Northwest.
The second demographic wave occurs when large portions of the population approach the end of their working lives and commence to save and invest for their retirement. Increases in the number of immigrants have driven overall growth in many counties, particularly in the South and West. Map 2 shows that while the foreign-born population was increasing and dispersing, the native-born population was declining in certain areas of the country.
So those assimilationist forces have been alive and well since the founding of this country. This shift is able to accelerate economic growth as the working age population increases while the relative number of dependent children declines. Population Division provides general population estimates.
Visitors to Raleigh4U can also find specialized reports prepared by the Office of Economic Development. The green areas indicate counties where the immigrant population grew and the native population declined between and Executive Summary Contemporary U.
Several states not traditionally regarded as destinations for immigrants also saw substantial growth because of immigration, including Washington, North Carolina, Maryland, and New Mexico. Advertisement Multicultural Marketing in Contemporary U. They are expected to remain the top countries of origin for Muslim immigrants to the U.
In less than 30 years, whites will no longer be the racial majority in the United States. Spain was expected to see a net gain of 70, Muslim immigrants inbut they account for a much smaller portion of all new immigrants to Spain And the share that is U.
County populations vary widely from millions to only a few hundred, and estimates are potentially unreliable whenever sample sizes are small. Argentina, with about 1 million Muslims inis now in second place, behind the U.
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Raleigh Demographics Last updated Sep. The declining growth rate is due primarily to falling fertility rates in many Muslim-majority countries, including such populous nations as Indonesia and Bangladesh.
In a swath of counties running from the Dakotas to the Texas Panhandle, and in the southeastern corner of Arkansas, the native population declined while the foreign-born increased. Nearly half of immigrants admitted between and were between the ages of 20 and 40, while only 5 percent were ages 65 or older.
This has resulted in a large population group around half of the total population, thus million Indonesians that is below the age of thirty years old, which -potentially- is productive and therefore can function as the engine of the national economy.
African countries have the most ethnic diversity. In a swath of counties running down the middle of the country, the native population declined while the foreign-born increased. But a new Pew Research Center analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data finds that the growth and dispersion of the U.S.
Latino population has slowed sincewhen the Great Recession started, immigration from Latin America cooled and Latino fertility rates declined sharply. Therefore, we can use the share of residents of an MSA in for each country of birth, and attribute to each group the growth rate of that group within the whole US population in the – time period.
How the U.S. Hispanic population is changing. By Antonio Flores.
The Latino population in the United States has reached nearly They are also the nation’s second-fastest-growing racial or ethnic group, with a % growth rate between and compared with a % rate for Asians.
The annual national population growth rate of Indonesia between and stood at an average of percent. This growth was highest in the province of. Differing growth rates of the nation’s racial and ethnic groups will reshape the U.S.
Bythe United States will be a nation without a majority racial or ethnic group. The Hispanic and Asian populations will continue to grow more rapidly than whites and blacks. Source: US Census Bureau, BRA Research Division Analysis • Boston’s population growth rate since was higher than the rates for New York and San Francisco • Four of the 20 largest cities experienced population declines between andAn analysis of the birth rate and growth ethnic diversity in us