Comment: Demographic Tipping Point - Bill Frey of the Brookings Institution points out that "The latest wave of 2010 Census data confirms what earlier surveys have strongly hinted: virtually half of recent births in the U.S. are minorities. We are becoming a more globalized nation than most Americans have experienced in their lifetimes. The great demographic change has potential long term benefits for our population growth in terms of our economic competitiveness in the international marketplace. But these changes, coming so quickly and evolving from the "bottom up" of our age structure, may exacerbate existing cultural generation gaps, as older, largely white generations may be slow to recognize the promise of this change… Our young, diverse population will be the backbone of our labor force and will provide future business and government leadership, in a new American demographic era." It is clear that immigration and the children of immigrants are the driving force behind this historic demographic transformation. Please let us know your thoughts on the changing demographics of the US by writing to us at email@example.com.
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