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Halftime Highlights Minnesota at Mid-Decade
Minnesota Ranks 1 st in home ownership 2 nd in labor force participation 3 rd highest in high school completion 5 th lowest poverty rate 9 th highest per capita income
Trends in the 00s Population growth comparable to 1990s Income growth slow Job growth slow Poverty rate higher Regional disparities widen
Growth Rate of the 1990s Continues in this Decade Source: U.S. Census Bureau and the Minnesota State Demographic Center Average Annual Rates of Growth
Rapid Growth in Suburban Counties Percent change, 2000 to 2005
Peak Population Year Source: U.S. Census
Deaths Outnumber Births in 30 Counties
Net Migration Rate 2000 to 2005 Per 100 Population in 2000
Median Age Is on the Rise in Minnesota Source: 2000 Decennial Census; 2005 Census Bureau age estimates
Source: U.S. Census Bureau estimates Age Group Trends Are Similar in Minnesota and U.S.
Latinos are Fastest Growing Population Source: Census 2000, ACS 2005 Data is for race alone.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau estimates Children and Young Adults Are More Diverse than Older People Percent non-white or Latino in Minnesota, 2005
Minnesotas Income Ranks 9 th Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis Minnesota $37,373
Income Growth Lags in Twin Cities Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis
Incomes Highest in Metro Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis
Job Growth Is in Services Source: MN Department of Employment and Economic Development
Goods Production Loses Jobs Source: MN Department of Employment and Economic Development
Wage Gains Barely Ahead of Inflation Source: MN Department of Employment and Economic Development
Minnesotas Unemployment Rate Lower than Nations
Unemployment Highest in North Source: MN Department of Employment and Economic Development
Labor Force Growth Slower in the 2000s Source: Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development
Commute Times Highest in Metro But Little Change Since 2000 Source: Congressional Districts, Census 2000, ACS 2005 Minnesota Average Commute Time was 22.2 (+/– 0.2 minutes) in 2005, 21.9 in 2000.
Enrollments are Lower in Elementary Grades Source: Minnesota Department of Education
Minnesota High School Graduation Rates Rise Slightly Source: Minnesota Department of Education
Degrees Awarded by Minnesota Post-Secondary Institutions Source: Minnesota Office of Higher Education
Legislative Districts No Longer Equal Source: Census 2000, 2005 State Demographic Center and Metropolitan Council Estimates
Suburban Districts Biggest
What Challenges Lie Ahead? Can Minnesota ensure that all residents achieve at the highest levels? Population growth relies on increases in minority populations Minority populations have less education, lower incomes, higher labor force participation, more single parent families
Halftime Highlights on the Web http://www.demography.state. mn.us/http://www.demography.state. mn.us/ Full report in.pdf format Supplementary tables in.csv format Slide presentation in.ppt format
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