Tag Archives: Population Growth

State & US Population Growth 2019

The U.S. Census Bureau just released their estimates for changes in state population for 2019.   While population alone does not guarantee economic growth, population and economic growth are positively correlated. Percentage population growth rates for the periods from  July 1, 2018 to July 1, 2019 and from July 1 2010 to July 1, 2019, sorted …Read more

World Population Forecast 2015 to 2050

My favorite axiom (truth) is  There Is No Such Thing As A National Real Estate Market or a National Economy.  This is an understatement when it comes to a global perspective given the vast diversity in everything.   Differences in culture, economy, environment and demographics are norms. A major difference today is not only the size …Read more

Best State Capitals to Live In — 2019

State capitals are no-doubt the bastions of political power in each state – at least when the legislatures are in session.  Many of the state capitals are also home to universities and colleges and major businesses and industries.  Others (17 by count) are the largest cites in each state.  But just like all cities, each …Read more

U.S. & State Population Changes — 2017 to 2018

While I always say that jobs are everything, there are also demographics to consider.   Unlike most of the economically developed world, the U.S. continues to grow in population – both by births and net migration.  The U.S. Census Bureau just released their population estimates for 2018 for the U.S., states and the District of Columbia. …Read more

Top US Destinations Where Young Adults are Moving

The U.S. population is always in flux from people moving to new destinations.  According to a study of U.S. Census Bureau data, each year: 2 percent of people in the U.S. move to a different county 3 percent relocate to a different state Those in college and career bound move more often Millennials move almost …Read more

Another Top-10 List — Fastest Growing U.S. Suburbs 2018

Cheap energy prices and lifestyle are once again leading to a move back to ‘burbs’ in America.  Front and back yards are back in style for some, along with landscaping, vegetable gardens and trees.  There are tens-of-thousands of Millennials in hot pursuit.  As a result, demand is robust in many of the U.S. suburban housing …Read more