The findings suggest that if the U. In May, the median age of U. By July, it had dropped to 37, then rose slightly to 38 in August. Likewise, in May, people in their 20s made up At the time, they trailed people in their 30s who accounted for
Cost of living can look drastically different depending on where you are. That's according to the Economic Policy Institute's newly updated family budget calculator, which shows the income differently sized families need in order to attain a baseline standard of living across the U. The calculator factors in geographic differences in cost of living and six main expenses: housing, food, transportation, health care, other basic necessities and taxes. The EPI gathered data for 10 family types in all 3, counties and in all metro areas. We also included the cost of one of the biggest expenses singles face: housing. Like this story? Don't miss: Here's how much it costs a 4-person family to live in the 15 largest US cities.
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It is too soon to determine its ultimate impacts. It also reflects some early considerations and predictions about the influence of the pandemic on this vulnerable population. These , people represent a cross-section of America. Large Subpopulations. Certain subpopulations are significantly represented within homelessness:.
Census Bureau. As of July 1, the latest date for which population estimates are available , Millennials, whom we define as ages 23 to 38 in , numbered Generation X ages 39 to 54 numbered