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In the first three years of this century, we recorded more than 6,400,000 new residents and more than 1.8 million changes of address.
That’s a change of population of nearly 10 per cent.
That means more than 20 million people live in our country.
What about the people who are now living there?
That includes almost one in five residents of Texas and Oklahoma, about a quarter of the total U.S. population.
A lot of them are older people, many of whom moved into cities in search of better jobs, higher wages or the prospect of a better life.
We’re seeing an increase in older Americans, who are generally more educated, who also are more likely to be living in communities with high levels of education and with higher levels of income.
They tend to have a higher household income and are more active in their communities, so they tend to be more active people.
A number of them also have children and have moved into the workforce.
These are the people we’re talking about in terms of the impact of this new population on our country’s economy and social structure.
So, the question is, do these people and their children really want to be here?
Are they happy living in the suburbs or are they more interested in living in cities?
There’s also been an increase, particularly among older residents, in the number of people who say they’re very happy living outside of their communities.
What’s the reason for this increase?
What are the economic and social forces that are pushing people away?
We’ll look at some of those.
It’s true that we do have a very strong, stable economy.
There are millions of jobs in this country.
People can move out of their home and find a better job and be better off in a city.
They can have a better standard of living.
And people are very happy about that.
They want to live in a better place and they want to take care of their families and they can buy a home and start a family.
The problem is, there are also a lot of people in this new generation who are moving out of homes that are built with the support of the federal government.
The Federal Housing Administration and the federal and state governments are subsidizing the cost of new housing in communities.
So we’re seeing a tremendous amount of construction activity, which is also very expensive for homeowners.
There’s a lot more of it going on in urban areas and we see more people moving into older communities, and that’s also a problem for the housing market.
We’ve also seen an increase of older people who have children.
A large number of those people have children that are moving into cities.
They’re moving out.
They have the expectation that they’re going to be able to afford to live there and have the resources to care for them, and they have very little opportunity for that.
We have seen that in some cities like Atlanta, where there’s a huge amount of new construction and the average home price has skyrocketed by nearly 50 per cent in the past five years.
So it’s a big issue for people.
We also have a huge increase in the older population in many states.
We saw an increase with the arrival of the Baby Boomers, the generation of people that started to retire at the age of 65.
They were very happy to have children, but they also didn’t have the financial resources to provide for them.
So there was an increase as well in the elderly population.
The older generation has always been an important part of our country, but we’re starting to see a very dramatic increase in this population, particularly as we see the effects of climate change on our environment and on our economy.
We’ll start to see that in more places in the coming years.
And then we’ll see some other changes, particularly the impacts of aging on our health.
How is our aging population changing?
We’re starting in the middle of this process of aging.
There were almost 17 million people 65 and older in the United States in 2011, and the percentage of them who were white is down from about a third of the population in the mid-1960s.
They are increasingly moving into less-educated, less-wealthy areas, where they’re more likely not to be as financially secure.
We see a lot in our elderly population where people are being left behind, not only in terms the ability to make ends meet, but in terms their health and their ability to maintain the standard of their own health and well-being.
We know that we’re aging at a rate that’s faster than any other generation.
Our population is aging faster than most other developed countries.
The rate of growth in our population, as we know, is outpacing that of the world.
But the way that we are aging is not sustainable.
We are living longer and we are living sicker than we were 20 or 30 years ago.
The way we are working, we’re working