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Jessica M

ETAP640amp2014: SLN online student demographics - 0 views

  • 17709      20 to 24                    37.756646               22 8149        25 to 29                    17.374155               27
  • 62%          Female
  • 0.9899366               46,431     United States
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  • 0.9289384               43,570     New York
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    Online Student Demographics - some numbers are surprising while others I assumed..
Catherine Strattner

Here are the demographics I promised at the TLT MIDmeeting - 1 views

  • 17709      20 to 24                    37.756646               22
  • 0.0010233               48             Afghanistan 0.0004477               21             Albani 0.0002984               14             Algeria 0.0002132               10             Andorra 0.0001279               6                Angola 0.0001066               5                Antigua and Barbuda 0.0000426               2                Armenia 0.0000852               4                Australia 0.0000426               2                Austria 0.0000213               1                Azerbaijan 0.0000213               1                Bangladesh 0.0000213               1                Barbados 0.0001492               7                Belarus 0.0000213               1                Belize 0.0000213               1                Bhutan 0.0000639               3                Bulgaria 0.0000213               1                Burundi 0.0000213               1                Cambodia 0.0008741               41             Canada 0.0001492               7                China 0.0000213               1               
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    I am amazed at how many countries are represented by the students involved in the SLN.
b malczyk

The Changing Demographics of America | 40th Anniversary | Smithsonian Magazine - 0 views

  • For all these reasons, the United States of 2050 will look different from that of today: whites will no longer be in the majority. The U.S. minority population, currently 30 percent, is expected to exceed 50 percent before 2050. No other advanced, populous country will see such diversity.
  • most of America‚Äôs net population growth will be among its minorities, as well as in a growing mixed-race population. Latino and Asian populations are expected to nearly triple, and the children of immigrants will become more prominent. Today in the United States, 25 percent of children under age 5 are Hispanic; by 2050, that percentage will be almost 40 percent.
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    This article describes some of the changes in demographics within the US.
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