by Sentier Research
According to new data derived from the monthly Current Population Survey (CPS), median annual household income in October 2013 was $52,299, not statistically different than the September 2013 median of $52,498.
These findings come from a report issued today by Sentier Research, titled “Household Income Trends: October 2013,” which presents monthly trends in household income from January 2000 to October 2013.
by Keith Wardrip and Robert M. Hunt - Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
This study reviews residental migration using credit report data in addition to US Census data. Using Census Data, consumers were classified into four categories of relative neighborhood income and find that, over time, the number and proportion of consumers with a credit report fell in low and moderate income neighborhoods and rose in higher income neighborhoods. Population trends evident from census data explain only a portion of these changes in the location of the credit bureau population.
A Conversation with Agustín Escobar Latapí - Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
The U.S. tends to emphasize the total size of the Mexican immigrant population, which hasn’t grown since 2007. The other side of the coin, of course, is what happens in Mexico. In a nutshell, the total size of the population moving to Mexico from the U.S. has grown remarkably.
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