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    Reported in 2015, Seattle, Washington’s population is 684,451 people (Census Bureau, n/d). Amongst the 684,451 residents who live in Seattle approximately 333,878 are males and 334,464 are females, which accounts for the population to be split to 50/50 of its genders (City-Data, 2016). Percentages of age and sex recorded from 2010-2015: under five years of age 5.3%, under eighteen years old 15.4%, sixty five years and older 10.8% (Census Bureau, n/d). According to the data that was reported to the census bureau, most of the population are children or of younger age starting into child bearing age. The ones who are within child bearing age are most likely at risk due to the fact that Zika virus will not only affect their health but also the…

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    In the WellFlorida Council Marion County Community Health Assessment, the average of primary care physicians to persons is 1893 to 1, Florida as a whole being 1423 to 1. The dentist to person ratio being 2811 to 1 and Florida as a whole being 1874 to 1. Mental Health Providers to person ratio is 1196 to 1, Florida being 744 to 1 (2015). Lack of availability in Marion County are all above the Florida ratios. The overall health in Marion County is not up to par with the Florida average. As Stated…

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    Pima County Environment

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    1. Pima County environment and geography Pima County is one of the oldest inhabited regions in the United States and includes South Tucson, the Tohono O’odham nation, Marana, Tucson, Oro Valley, Green Valley, Sahuarita, Ajo, and Sells. Gold and silver initiated the drive of development in the area in the mid 18th century which left the county growing rapidly ever since. In 1864, Pima County was created, taking over nearly 9,200 square miles. The San Xavier Reservation, Saguaro National Park,…

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    Population Analysis Paper

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    The United States Census Bureau provides users with data about the nation’s economy, people, and revenue. Every 10 years, they collect data through surveys of households and businesses in which they are able to determine the U.S population estimates, and age distribution. Additionally, users can filter the dataset by age, gender, and ethnicity which allows them to determine the attributes that impact a certain group’s population. The Population in the U.S. dataset looks into the breakdown of a…

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    10029 Area Case Study

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    Homework 2: Business for 10029 Area For the purposes of this research paper, I analyzed the data for 10029 zip code available at American Fact Finder website. As it turned out, this Upper East Side area that starts from 96th Street and goes all the way up to 117th Street is very diverse. According to U.S. Census Bureau, this area is predominantly occupied by women (40,192 females compared to 35,160 males). A good amount (56%) of Upper East Siders living in this zip code area is working (35,989…

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    plays major roles in how we shape our identity as the acknowledgment from our social groups determines how society views people associated with said groups. For example, Fraternities which once boasted to be the highest level of social excellence within academic establishments have now been tainted and looked down upon due to terrible crimes, rape culture, and even deaths from extreme hazing. However, there are more constructive ways of spending time that can also contribute to personal identity…

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    As of August 2015, the national unemployment rate was 5.1% (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2015). Ohio, overall is at an unemployment rate of 4.7%, which is a significant improvement from last year at the same time when the rate was 5.4% according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (2015). Despite this overall improvement, South Linden still carries an unemployment rate higher than the national average; 13.2% as of 2013 (U.S. Census, 2015). Whereas there have been positive changes over the years…

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    The Census Bureau

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    constitution, it became necessary to conduct a census. The census was necessary to determine the number of seats a state was allowed in the House of Representatives according to the U.S. Constitution. The first census counted “the number of free white males age 16 and over, free white females, all other free persons, and how many slaves there were” (United States Census Bureau). The first census took more than a year to complete. The results were posted in two public places so anyone could see…

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    Jamaican Wom Case Study

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    Today’s society consist of many diverse populations. Our nation is full of people from all sorts of ethnic backgrounds. The government conducts a survey of the census and provides information regarding the diversity of the nation. However, some individuals are lumped into a category and their culture is misrepresented. How would you feel about being called an African American when you are Jamaican? Would you lose some form of identity? Let us begin by exploring an assessment conducted on…

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    Hernando County is a county in the United State of America, located in Florida. According to the U.S. Census Bureau taken in 2010, the population of the county was 172,775 and is estimated to be at 178,439 in 2015 (United State Census Bureau). Hernando County is located in the workforce development area number 16, which also includes Pasco County. The population of Pasco County for 2015 is 497,909 (United States Census Bureau). Workforce development area provides information on the counties’…

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