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  1. about to experience a dramatic shift

    The demographics of the United States are changing quickly, and there is no simpler way to understand that than to look at the most common age of each race and ethnic group.

    The US Census Bureau recently released its estimates of the US population as of July 2016. Besides an estimate of the total population (325 million), the census also includes estimates of the number of people of every age within each race and ethnicity. For example, the census estimates that, as of July 2016, there were 976,288 Hispanic 15-year-olds in the country.

    Jed Kolko, chief economist of jobs site Indeed, combed through this data and came away with a fascinating insight. He discovered huge variation in the most common age—more technically, the mode—between each major racial group in the US.

    While there are more 57-year-old white people than any other age, the most common age among Asians is 28. For Hispanics, it’s 10. Perhaps most incredibly, the most common age for people in the US identified as mixed race is 0—babies that have not yet reached the age of one.
    https://qz.com/1013714/one-metric-sho...-about-to-experience-a-dramatic-shift
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  2. Cartagena spent whole professional life helping fellow Americans understand Latinos
    Every 30 seconds, two non-Hispanics reach retirement age and one Latino turns 18
    "Latino baby boom" will affect every aspect of American life over the next 50 years
    Cartagena: Businesses can't afford to ignore Hispanics, one-quarter of their market
    http://edition.cnn.com/2013/10/14/opi...3A+rss%2Fedition_us+%28RSS%3A+U.S.%29
    Tags: , , by M. Fioretti (2013-10-15)
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