Is the equal employment opportunity census misleading?

Sep 17, 2012
Commentator Susan Reed says the current census presents a skewed snapshot of corporate diversity by not asking participants for their national origin.
Posted In: U.S. Census Bureau, census

Census Bureau considers change to head count

Aug 10, 2012
"Hispanic" would be an option for race, but some worry the change could have financial consequences.
Posted In: U.S. Census Bureau, census

Businesses may lose census survey

May 22, 2012
The American Community Survey from the Census Bureau has been a useful business tool for decades. Washington budget-cutters want to ax it.
Posted In: census

Taking aim at the Census

May 21, 2012
You've probably never heard of the American Community Survey. It's on the cutting room floor in Congress. And businesses are not pleased.
Posted In: census

'Minorities' now more than 50% of U.S. births

May 17, 2012
Latinos represent a large and growing consumer market. But reaching them poses big challenges.
Posted In: minority, census, Hispanics, Latino community

Interesting finds from the 1940 census data

Apr 2, 2012
The Census Bureau released data from the 1940 census this morning, and there were a few cool then-and-now comparisons to make.
Posted In: census

New building permits hit highest level since 2008

Mar 20, 2012
The number of new homes starts last month fell, but a rise in future home-construction plans gave economists hope that the housing market has stabilized
Posted In: Housing, construction, census

Census: Women equal men in earning advanced degrees

Apr 20, 2010
According to 2009 U.S. census figures, women are virtually equal to men in obtaining advanced degrees. Nearly 6 in 10 advance degree holders...
Posted In: census, Education