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Lawler: "Census: Population Growth Slowed Slightly in 2017: Immigration Uncertainty Clouds Outlook"

From housing economist Tom Lawler: Census: Population Growth Slowed Slightly in 2017: Immigration Uncertainty Clouds OutlookAt the end of last year the Census Bureau released its estimate of the US population for July 1, 2017 and its updated estimates for previous years (the so-called “Vintage 2017” estimates). Show More Summary

These are the best cities for women in tech

SmartAsset, a financial software and data firm, just completed its fourth annual analysis of Census Bureau data and found that overall, women are still underrepresented in tech jobs in the U.S. and earn, on average, less than their male counterparts in similar positions. Show More Summary

Here's when you're probably getting divorced

The Census Bureau tracks patterns in marital status by age among Americans. In recent years, older Americans are more likely to have been divorced, separated, or in a second or later marriage than in previous decades, while younger Americans are more likely to be never married or in a first marriage. A lot of people get married. Show More Summary

2020 Census will count troops at their home base

Chief Tango sends us a link to NPR which reports that the Census Bureau has decided that they’ll count deployed troops at their home base instead of their home of record; For the last census in 2010, all overseas military personnel were counted at the address they provided at enlistment. But in 2020, deployed service […]

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Once every three years, the U.S. Census Bureau swings by to take the temperature of New York City’s...

Daily API RoundUp: Po.et, TeloInterview, U.S. Census Bureau

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Quarterly Housing Starts by Intent, Q4 2017

In addition to housing starts for January, the Census Bureau also released the Q4 "Started and Completed by Purpose of Construction" report today.It is important to remember that we can't directly compare single family housing starts to new home sales. Show More Summary

Housing Starts increased to 1.326 Million Annual Rate in January

From the Census Bureau: Permits, Starts and CompletionsHousing Starts:Privately-owned housing starts in January were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,326,000. This is 9.7 percent above the revised December estimate of 1,209,000 and is 7.3 percent above the January 2017 rate of 1,236,000. Show More Summary

Housing Starts and Permits Soared in January to the Best Paces since Mid-2007

The Census Bureau and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development said that housing permits soared in January to their best pace since June 2007. New residential housing permits... The post Housing Starts and Permits Soared in January to the Best Paces since Mid-2007 appeared first on Shopfloor.

Retail Sales decreased 0.3% in January

On a monthly basis, retail sales decreased 0.3 percent from December to January (seasonally adjusted), and sales were up 3.6 percent from January 2017.From the Census Bureau report:Advance estimates of U.S. retail and food services sales...Show More Summary

Trump’s pick to run the 2020 Census withdraws from consideration

Thomas Brunell, President Trump’s pick for deputy director of the Census Bureau, has withdrawn his name from consideration for the position, Mother Jones reported on Monday. Brunell would have been charged with overseeing the 2020 Census survey, which has faced mounting challenges over the years. According to sources who spoke to the outlet, Brunell, who has […]

Controversial Pick For Top Census Post No Longer Under Consideration

Thomas Brunell had no management experience, but was being considered for the top operational role at the Census Bureau.

Trump Pick to Run 2020 Census Withdraws

The Trump administration’s controversial pick to run the 2020 census has withdrawn from consideration to be deputy director of the US Census Bureau,” Mother Jones reports. “In November, Politico reported that the administration planned put Thomas Brunell, a political science professor [...]

GOP Gerrymandering Advocate Withdraws As Trump Administration Nominee To Run 2020 US Census

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Mother Jones reports: The Trump administration’s controversial pick to run the 2020 census has withdrawn from consideration to be deputy director of the US Census Bureau, according to sources close to the bureau. In November, Politico...Show More Summary

Here's the most important imported good in every state

International trade makes up a big part of the US economy, and of the 50 state economies that together make up that whole. Using Census Bureau data, Business Insider found the biggest imported good in every state and DC, based on total...Show More Summary

Trump’s Controversial Pick to Run the 2020 Census Withdraws

The Trump administration’s controversial pick to run the 2020 census has withdrawn from consideration to be deputy director of the US Census Bureau, according to sources close to the bureau. In November, Politico reported that the administration...Show More Summary

The Gerrymander That's Not Being Fixed

The Census Bureau quietly announced Wednesday that for its 2020 survey, it will continue to count prisoners as residents of the communities where they’re incarcerated, not of their home communities. In doing so, it missed a chance to make our badly skewed election system a little bit fairer. Read More ?

Here's the most important export from every US state

The US Census Bureau publishes data on international trade for each of the 50 US states and Washington, DC. Business Insider took a look at the biggest export good from each state, based on total 2016 dollar value. International trade...Show More Summary

U.S. Trade Deficit Rose to a 9-Year High, but Manufactured Goods Exports Rebounded in 2017, up 4.3 Percent

The Bureau of Economic Analysis and the Census Bureau said that the U.S. trade deficit rose from $50.44 billion in November to $53.12 billion in December, its highest level since... The post U.S. Trade Deficit Rose to a 9-Year High, but Manufactured Goods Exports Rebounded in 2017, up 4.3 Percent appeared first on Shopfloor.

Trade Deficit at $53.1 Billion in December

From the Department of Commerce reported:The U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, through the Department of Commerce, announced today that the goods and services deficit was $53.1 billion in December, up $2.7 billion from $50.4 billion in November, revised. Show More Summary

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