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1 The 18-23 Year Old Population Demographic Trends

2 Population Size

3 1980 -- 25.9 million 1995 -- 20.8 million 2010 -- 26.1 million (projected) Population Aged 18-23: 1980 to 2010

4 Population Aged 18-23, by Race: United States 19851995 23.8 million20.8 million

5 Population Aged 18-23, by Race: United States 20002010 22.8 million26.1 million

6 Population Aged 18-23: 2000 to 2010

7 The Hispanic population will grow faster than any other group. The White populations share of this age group will decline. Hispanics will outnumber Blacks beginning in 2002. Population Aged 18-23: 2000 to 2010

8 Percent Non-Citizens Among Population Aged 18-24, by Race 1997

9 Region and Race

10 Population Aged 18-23, by Region: 1997 *Alaska and Hawaii are included in figures for the West West * 23 percent 4.9 million Midwest 24 percent 5.1 million South 36 percent 7.8 million Northeast 17 percent 3.7 million U.S. 21.5 million

11 Population Aged 18-23, by Region: 2010 *Alaska and Hawaii are included in figures for the West West * 25 percent 6.5 million Midwest 21 percent 5.6 million South 36 percent 9.3 million Northeast 18 percent 4.6 million U.S. 26.1 million

12 Population Aged 18-23, by Race and Region: 1997 and 2010 White, 1997: 14.3 million Asian, 1997: 0.8 millionAsian, 2010: 1.3 million White, 2010: 16.3 million

13 Population Aged 18-23, by Race and Region: 1997 and 2010 Hispanic, 1997: 3.1 millionHispanic, 2010: 4.4 million Black, 2010: 3.8 millionBlack, 1997: 3.1 million

14 Whites are more evenly spread throughout the United States than are other race groups. 57 percent of 18-23 year-old Blacks live in the South. 50 percent of 18-23 year-old Asians live in the West. 47 percent of 18-23 year-old Hispanics live in the West. Population Aged 18-23, by Race and Region

15 White Population, Aged 18-23: 1997

16 Black Population, Aged 18-23: 1997

17 Hispanic Population, Aged 18-23: 1997

18 Asian Population, Aged 18-23: 1997

19 American Indian Population, Aged 18-23: 1997

20 Socioeconomic Characteristics

21 Population Aged 18-23, by Educational Attainment: 1998

22 Population Aged 18-23, by High School Graduation Rate, Gender and Race

23 Unemployment Rate, by Age: 1973 to 1998 Age 18-19 Age 20-24

24 Population Aged 18-23, by School Enrollment 1990 1998

25 Population Aged 18-23 Not Enrolled in School with a High School Degree Only, by Earnings

26 Civilian Population Aged 18-23 Living with a Veteran or Member of the Armed Forces, by Race and Region: 1998

27 Population Aged 18-23: Summary Although this age group declined before 1995, it has increased since then and will continue to do so. Hispanics, primarily located in the South and West, are the fastest growing segment of this age group. Hispanics have high rates of non-citizenship and low high school completion rates.


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