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Tesla's newest showroom is in a neighborhood with the same household income as the price of a Tesla

Tesla may be hip, but it’s not exactly affordable.

Earlier this year, the Palo Alto, California-based electric-car maker opened a showroom in Red Hook, Brooklyn, a logical move for a company looking to capitalize on New York City’s cool factor.  379 more words

Patterns of the 5th Ward: "Race"

By Matt Johnson

Over the next five articles, I am going to share with you some interesting patterns I’ve discovered in the 5th ward. In this first article, we well look at the difference in the population percentage with respect to the top four “racial” groups in Minneapolis – Asian, Black, Latino, and White. 564 more words

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The Median Household Income for St. Paul for 2013

As we saw in the previous article The Median Household Income for Minneapolis in 2013, Minneapolis differed greatly between the median household incomes for Asian, “black,” Hispanic/Latino, and “white” households. 396 more words

Urban Dynamics

The Median Household Income for Minneapolis in 2013

In this short article, we will move away from focusing on comparing parts of Minneapolis and instead zoom out to see how different groups in Minneapolis are doing in general. 264 more words

Urban Dynamics

The Colors, Data, and Economy of Los Angeles

Los Angeles is a large American city with millions of people. In 2013, it had 3,857,799 residents to be exact. Of that more than 3.8 million, almost 2 million were Hispanic or Latino, or 49.3 percent of the total population; more than a million were “white,” or 28.2 percent of the total population; about 435,000 were Asian, or 11.2 percent of the total population; and less than 333,000 were “black,” or 8.6 percent of the total population. 325 more words


Well, That Explains It

One can only wonder why the president continues to overlook the American businessmen and women who build the healthy economy that enables workers to find jobs and careers. 560 more words


Another source of well-paying, middle-class jobs in the US is under threat

The American middle class has been under pressure for decades. Median household income in the US is roughly where it was in the late 1980s—and down about 7% from the recent high set in 2007. 303 more words