Falloff in births slows shift to a majority-minority youth population
The sharp decline in U.S. births after the onset of the Great Recession—especially among Hispanics—has slowed the nation’s transition to a majority-minority youth population, according to new Census Bureau data released today.
1-in-4 Native Americans and Alaska Natives are living in poverty
Growing Number of Dads Home with the Kids
The number of fathers who do not work outside the home has nearly doubled since 1989, rising markedly in recent years. And more of these “stay-at-home” dads say they’re home primarily to care for family.
Generation X: America’s Neglected ‘Middle Child’
Are Minority Births the Majority Yet?
Census Says It Will Count Same-Sex Marriages, but With Caveats
Public and private college grads rank about equally in life satisfaction
Public and Private College Grads Rank About Equally in Life Satisfaction
Public School Enrollment Disparities Exist 60 Years After Historic Desegregation Ruling
Young Adults, Student Debt and Economic Well-Being
Student debt burdens are weighing on the economic fortunes of today’s young adults. Among the college-educated, those with outstanding student debt are lagging far behind those who are debt free in terms of household wealth.