6.7% of residents 25 and older have a four-year degree. More than 15, 000 in this area have an education less than high school, with a percentage of residents 25 and older. An average household size is around 3.3 people, with over 90% renting. The rate of families headed by single parents is high for the city of Los Angeles. This accounts for over 2, 000 families with a rate of 23.3%.
The population of Jacksonville is estimated to be 842,583 as of 2013. Jacksonville has seen an increase in population growth of approximately 2.5% over the last three years. The average median household income for the city of Jacksonville is 48,143 per year. The population below poverty level in Jacksonville is at 16.1%; while the unemployment rate for Jacksonville is at 6.6%. The cultural aspects of Jacksonville provide quite a variety.
Population and Socioeconomic Indicators According to the data provided by the US Census Bureau in 2010, the age group which comprises the largest percentage of residents is in the Duval County are residents between 25 and 44 years old. This group makes up 27.7 % of the total population. The percentage of families below the poverty line for the county is 14.2% compared to 13.8% of total Florida population. The population over the age of 25 with a high school diploma in the county is 87.2% compared to 85.3% of
The GDP of Denmark was 276,611 in millions of U.S. dollars in 2006. Their per capita income was 50,965 dollars for 2006. Denmark’s economy has been very strong for the past three years, with a surplus of six percent of the GDP for last year. They are using this surplus to reduce their national debt, and become more economically stable. Its major exports are machinery and instruments, meat, dairy products, fish, and furniture.
(Los Angeles County QuckFacts from the US Census Bureau, 2013) Of the nearly 10 million people in Los Angeles County, nearly 634,000 families are receiving public assistance (Los Angeles Almanac - Demographics, History, Statistics) with an employment rate of 9.4% (Overview - Labor Market Information Division). According to the Los Angeles Almanac, in 2011, there were 51,240 homeless persons in Los Angeles County. Nearly 44% are African American, 28% Latino and 25% White. (Los Angeles Almanac - Demographics, History,
Sha-de’ Thomas Navajo Culture Research Paper Anthropology 101 Professor: Megan Douglas September 16, 2012 Who are the Navajos? It has been said that they are the largest Indian tribe in North America covering 27,000 square feet miles consisting of over 200,000 people. They live in the southwest region also called the four corners. The four states that connect to one another making up the four corners consist of Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, and Colorado. The Navajo tribe originated from Canada about 1000 A.D.
The comparable figures in U.S. was about 2%. 19 out of the 50 largest firms in Canada were foreign controlled whereas only 2 of the 50 largest firms in U.S. are foreign controlled. By August 1981, the Canadian government had an approval rate for applications by American investors of 90.5%. The impact of significant foreign ownership in Canada was incurring a deficit in current-account. From 1974 to 1978 the cumulated deficit is $22.4 billion.
China is one of the top five largest countries in the world. It is located in Southeast Asia, and it borders 14 countries. Its capital city is Beijing, which is home to 11.5 million people according to statistics taken in 2015, and currently has a staggering growth rate. Although Beijing is the capital city of China, there are larger cities in the country. Shanghai is home to 23 million people in 2013, and is considered to be China's largest city.
At the start of the 20th century only about 17.8% of the entire population of a third world country lived in a city, but today the proportion of urban and rural dwellers is approximately equal, in-fact today 3 Billion of the world’s population are urban residents, accounting for half the world’s population at the rate of a 180,000 people moving into cities each day (60 Million a year). It is projected that at this rate many of the cities in developing regions of the world such as Africa and Asia may double in size to compensate to this process. Rapid urbanization has presented a series of issues in the third world and has thus been a leading factor in shaping third world politics. Urbanization in the third world has drastically increased by as much as 50% over the last century. For instance Bangladesh has an urbanization rate of 3.5% resulting in 27% of the country’s population being urban settlers; which has been on the rise over the past century from a mere 1.1% urbanization rate.
Introduction Culture can be defined as a set of shared beliefs that a group of people practice. Every nation across the world has a culture that can best be used to describe them. China has a population of more than 1.5 billion people with a strong culture that stretches for over 4000 years. The Chinese transformation in to the fastest growing economy of at an annual rate of about 10% has brought the country into much international focus. The country has the second largest economy in the world and is also ranked second behind the United States for the recipient of Foreign Direct Investment, FDI.