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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




Percent change in population for states and puerto rico 2000 2007
Percent Change in Population 1950-2000for States and Puerto Rico: 2000-2007


Overview2
Overview 1950-2000

  • Population trends

  • Demographics

    • Racial/Ethnic Diversity

    • Age

  • Role of immigration

  • Implications for Socioeconomic Development


Population, Percent Change in Population and Proportion of Population by Ethnicity for Texas and the U.S (2000 and 2007)


Latino population in u s
Latino Population in U.S. Population by Ethnicity



Median age in the united states and texas 1900 2007
Median Age in the United States and Population by Ethnicity Texas, 1900-2007


Percent change in population by age group in the united states and texas 1990 2000
Percent Change in Population by Age Group Population by Ethnicity in the United States and Texas, 1990-2000



Percent of texas population by age group and ethnicity 2000
Percent of Population by Ethnicity Texas Population By Age Group and Ethnicity, 2000


Overview3
Overview Population by Ethnicity

  • Population trends

  • Demographics

    • Racial/Ethnic Diversity

    • Age

  • Role of immigration

  • Implications for Socioeconomic Development



Immigration into the United States (in thousands), by Period and Area of Origin of Immigrants (Percentage), 1820-2006


Components of change by hispanic origin united states 2000 2006
Components of Change by Hispanic Origin, and Area of Origin of Immigrants (Percentage), 1820-2006United States, 2000-2006


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)




Projected age distribution of the u s population 2000 to 2050 in percent
Projected Age Distribution of the U.S. Population: Origin: 2000 to 20502000 to 2050 (in percent)



Overview4
Overview to 2050

  • Population trends

  • Demographics

    • Racial/Ethnic Diversity

    • Age

  • Role of immigration

  • Implications for Socioeconomic Development


Language Spoken at Home of Foreign-Born and U.S.-Born Hispanics and Non-Hispanics, 2000 (Persons 5 Years and Older)


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)


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 by occupation
Foreign-born share of employment Unauthorized Migrants, 2004by occupation


Foreign born share of job growth by occupation
Foreign-born share of job growth, Unauthorized Migrants, 2004by occupation

Source: 1996-2002, BLS

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Foreign born share of employment growth by census division
Foreign-born share of employment growth by census division Unauthorized Migrants, 2004

<

40

40 - 60

60 - 80

80 +

-

Source: 1996-2003, BLS

36


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 large, increasing

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 large, increasingUnited 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 u s by race ethnicity 1999
Median Household Income in U.S. by Race/Ethnicity, 1999 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
Median Household Income in the U.S. by Race/Ethnicity, 1989 and 1999 with Percent Change 1989 to 1999



Percent of Net Change in Elementary & Secondary & College Enrollment 2000-2050 Due to Each Race/Ethnicity


Percent of Population 15 Years of Age and Older in U.S. by Educational Attainment Level and Race/Ethnicity, 2000


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 Services?)

  • 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 Services?)

  • How might you use this data

  • Implications

    • Youth & 4-H Development

    • Family Consumer Sciences

    • Agriculture

    • Community Development


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