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The first thing that struck me when I made this map: What the heck is up with Chicago?

Seriously, I had always thought Chicago was supposed to have an enormous Irish population – yet you just don’t see it on this zip-code level census data. 183 more words


36 Hours in Santa Fe

.. creating custom maps for planning and analysis .. this section starts with the New York Times story 36 Hours in Santa Fe. We review how you can use no cost tools to develop custom maps and gain insight into demographic attributes of specific locations with intersection to intersection level of detail. 465 more words

The Burden of Aging is Especially Hard on the Young

The country is aging. Numbers of dependent retirees have grown absolutely and as a proportion of the population, and they will continue to do so, trends that will dampen the pace of economic growth and strain financial markets. 693 more words

Don't Vote. You're an Idiot

According to the election turnout results on the UK politics website, in 2010, 44% of 18-24 year olds voted.

  I’ve had enough of hearing from the majority of young people that they are not voting in the up and coming elections in May. 521 more words


International Association for Volunteer Effort (IAVE) 2014 Youth Conference – exploring the generation gap

Post by: Marcus Collignon, Marine Rescue NSW, NSW Rural Fire Service volunteer & AEMVF Youth Representative

In September, I attended the International Association for Volunteer Efforts (IAVE) Youth and World Conferences held on the Gold Coast. 687 more words

Net migration to UK rises to 260,000 in year to June

The Conservative Party have completely failed to keep their promise to cut migration:

“Net migration to the UK rose to 260,000 in the year to June – an increase of 78,000 on the previous year”. 46 more words