Census report profiles U.S. Population. (News Extra).
* Between 1999 and 2000, 1.7 million people moved into the U.S. from abroad; two-thirds of these movers were foreign-born.
* The "traditional" family (married couple with children under 18) fell from 40 percent of all households in 1970 to 24 percent in 2000.
* In the years 1997-2000, the proportion of households with Internet access more than doubled, from 18 percent to 42 percent.
* People who move long distances are five times more likely to do so for a work-related reason than those who move short distances.
* After five consecutive years of annual increases, real median household income did not change significantly between 1999 and 2000.
Multifamily Housing Permit Leaders February 2001-January 2002 (in units) Atlanta 15,792 Denver 12,428 New York 10,010 Dallas 9,915 Chicago 9,256 Source: M/PF Research Note: Table made from bar graph
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|Title Annotation:||Commerce Department's Census Bureau report; "The Population Profile of the United States: 2000"|
|Publication:||Journal of Property Management|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||May 1, 2002|
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