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Understanding demographic trends: Implications for Extension. Bridging the Culture Divide: Inclusive Extension Programming for Latinos October 14-15, 2008. Acknowledgement.

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understanding demographic trends implications for extension

Understanding demographic trends: Implications for Extension

Bridging the Culture Divide:

Inclusive Extension Programming for Latinos

October 14-15, 2008

acknowledgement
Acknowledgement
  • The presenters wish to thank Steve Murdock, Director – U.S. Census Bureau, for permission to include slides from his presentation “Population Change and Immigration in the United States: Implications for Economic and Socioeconomic Change and the 2010 Census” given at Joint Council of Extension Professionals Galaxy Conference held in Indianapolis, IN, September 16, 2008.
overview
Overview
  • Population trends
  • Demographics
    • Racial/Ethnic Diversity
    • Age
  • Role of immigration
  • Implications for Socioeconomic Development
overview1
Overview
  • Population trends
  • Demographics
    • Racial/Ethnic Diversity
    • Age
  • Role of immigration
  • Implications for Socioeconomic Development
overview2
Overview
  • Population trends
  • Demographics
    • Racial/Ethnic Diversity
    • Age
  • Role of immigration
  • Implications for Socioeconomic Development
slide10
Population, Percent Change in Population and Proportion of Population by Ethnicity for Texas and the U.S (2000 and 2007)
overview3
Overview
  • Population trends
  • Demographics
    • Racial/Ethnic Diversity
    • Age
  • Role of immigration
  • Implications for Socioeconomic Development
slide19
Immigration into the United States (in thousands), by Period and Area of Origin of Immigrants (Percentage), 1820-2006
numeric change in projected u s population by race hispanic origin 2000 to 2050 in millions
Numeric Change in Projected U.S. Population by Race & Hispanic Origin: 2000 to 2050 (in millions)
overview4
Overview
  • Population trends
  • Demographics
    • Racial/Ethnic Diversity
    • Age
  • Role of immigration
  • Implications for Socioeconomic Development
slide27
Language Spoken at Home of Foreign-Born and U.S.-Born Hispanics and Non-Hispanics, 2000 (Persons 5 Years and Older)
slide28

English Proficiency of Foreign-Born and U.S.-Born Hispanics and Non-Hispanics Who Speak a Language Other Than English at Home (Persons 5 Years and Older)

slide29
Educational Attainment of Foreign-Born and U.S.-Born Hispanics and Non-Hispanics in the U.S., 2000 (Persons 25 Years and Older)
foreign born share of employment growth by census division
Foreign-born share of employment growth by census division

<

40

40 - 60

60 - 80

80 +

-

Source: 1996-2003, BLS

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share of us scientists and engineers who are foreign born large increasing
Share of US scientists and engineers who are foreign-born large, increasing

37

Source: Science and Engineering Indicators

native and foreign born labor force change by education
Native and foreign-born labor force change, by education

38

Thousands

Source: 1996-2003; BLS, Haver Analytics

median household income in the united states by age of householder 1999
Median Household Income in the United States by Age of Householder, 1999

39

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Money Income in the United States: 1999, Current Population Report P60-209

median household income in u s by race ethnicity 1989 and 1999 with percent change 1989 to 1999
Median Household Income in U.S. by Race/Ethnicity, 1989 and 1999 with Percent Change 1989 to 1999

40

median household income in the u s by race ethnicity 1989 and 1999 with percent change 1989 to 1999
Median Household Income in the U.S. by Race/Ethnicity, 1989 and 1999 with Percent Change 1989 to 1999
slide47
Percent of Net Change in Elementary & Secondary & College Enrollment 2000-2050 Due to Each Race/Ethnicity
slide48
Percent of Population 15 Years of Age and Older in U.S. by Educational Attainment Level and Race/Ethnicity, 2000
slide49
Percent Projected Educational Attainment Level in U.S. by Race/Ethnicity, 2000-2050 Population 15 Years of Age and Older
implications for the 2010 census and extension public services
Implications for the 2010 Census (and Extension / Public Services?)

The post 9/11 psyche

The Immigration Debate

Natural and manmade disasters

A larger and “hard-to-reach population

Increased resistance to providing personal information

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sources of data
Sources of Data
  • U.S. Census Bureau
  • U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
  • Pew Hispanic Center
  • Marta Tienda and Faith Mitchell, (eds.) Hispanics and the Future of America
  • National Academy Press, Washington D.C. 2006
  • State Data Centers
discussion
Discussion
  • How might you use this data
  • Implications
    • Youth & 4-H Development
    • Family Consumer Sciences
    • Agriculture
    • Community Development
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