RCLCO's new report highlights growth hotspots around the United States based on job growth, working population, population growth, and income. Austin, TX tops the list for large metro areas, Raleigh-Cary, NC for midsize, and Bismarck, ND for small metros.
IMMIGRATION IN THE NEWS
A recent article from the Los Angeles Times does an excellent job of explaining the link between sending-country birth rate and immigration... they just forget that citizens are migrants, not immigrants.
The Atlantic Cities piece on Bosnians in St. Louis is a clever blend of demographic concepts, personal anecdote, foreign affairs, public policy, social network theory, and assimilation theory.
BEST CHART OF THE WEEK
And because it bears repeating...
New research published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology offers proof that there is more within-group variation between men and women than there is between-group variation.
|Source: Science Daily|