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The state of the nation’s housing

THE STATE OF THE NATION’S HOUSING 201618 share of remodeling spending, but will also increase demand for different types of projects, such as accessibility improvements. Third, the older households that do move will likely seek units that are smaller and less costly to maintain—the same types of housing young adults want to rent or buy as their first homes. And finally, the number of older […]

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Residential mobility trends

RESIDENTIAL MOBILITY TRENDS Residential mobility rates, or the share of the population that changes homes in a given year, have trended downward since the mid-1990s. Mobility rates are highest for adults under age 25 (39 percent) and decline steadily across age groups, falling to just 3 percent for households age 75 and over. The aging of the baby-boom generation and increases in longevity have thus […]

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Rebound in immigration assignment

REBOUND IN IMMIGRATION Immigration, another major driver of household growth and housing demand, is starting to pick up steam. From a low of 704,000 in 2011, net international immigration climbed to an estimated 1.15 million last year. This latest influx has changed the mix of new residents, with today’s immigrants more likely to be Asian than Hispanic (Figure 17). This shift largely reflects a falloff […]

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Disparities in household wealth

DISPARITIES IN HOUSEHOLD WEALTH Along with income, wealth is increasingly concentrated in the hands of the few and the numbers of households with little or no assets continue to increase. The Survey of Consumer Finances indicates that the share of wealth held by households in the top income decile jumped from 53 percent in 1992 to 62 percent in 2013. Meanwhile, the share of wealth […]

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Growing incomes but growing inequality

GROWING INCOMES BUT GROWING INEQUALITY Low incomes also prevent young adults from living on their own, so the recent pickup in income growth is good news for housing demand. With employment rising for the 67th consecu- tive month in April 2016, job growth has slowly translated into measurable income gains. Real median income for all workers age 15 and over edged up 1.0 percent in […]

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Factors leading to millennials coming off the sidelines

MILLENNIALS COMING OFF THE SIDELINES The recent slowdown in household growth was remarkable given that it corresponded with the coming of age of the millen- nials (born 1985–2004), the largest generation in history. Over the past 10 years, the number of adults under age 30 increased by roughly 5 million but the number of households in that age group rose by just 200,000. Indeed, if […]

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The impact of upturn in household growth

DEMOGRAPHIC DRIVERS 13JOINT CENTER FOR HOUSING STUDIES OF HARVARD UNIVERSITY UPTURN IN HOUSEHOLD GROWTH After years of weakness, growth in the number of US house- holds has begun to strengthen. According to the Housing Vacancy Survey, household growth averaged just 625,000 annually in 2007–2013. The pace of growth has now picked up, rising from 653,000 in 2013 to 1.0 million in 2014 and then to […]

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Airport operation research paper

(Savannah International Airport): a. Describe briefly the airport and its owner/operator, airlines serving the airport, and the city, cities or region served by the airport. b. Identify the governmental agency or authority or private enterprise responsible for providing security screening of passengers and cargo at the airport. c. Identify government legal actions taken there to: i. protect the surrounding airspace from obstruction by obstacles, ii. […]

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Risk Management Program Analysis

Details: This assignment builds on the Risk Management Program Analysis Part One assignment you completed in Topic 1 of this course. Assume that the example risk management program you analyzed in Topic 1 was developed by and is now currently implemented by your health care employer/organization. Further assume that your supervisor has asked you to present a high-level summary brief of this new risk management […]

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