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New Study: Without Immigration, Social Security and Economic Growth Under Increased Threat

Immigration / Press Release August 22, 2017

A new white paper released today by the Bipartisan Policy Center shows healthy levels of immigration will play a critical role in keeping overall economic growth strong and mitigating the added strain on social safety net programs like Social Security.

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America’s Demographic Challenge: Understanding the Role of Immigration

Immigration / Research August 22, 2017

This paper outlines some of the economic challenges facing the United States due to demographic change—focusing specifically on Social Security; economic growth; and federal, state, and local budgets—and highlights the role immigration can play in easing these strains.

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Immigration Trends and the Immigration Debate

Immigration / Research August 14, 2017

Over the past 20 years, the flow and demographic profile of immigrants entering the United States has changed dramatically. This issue brief explores the changes in key demographic categories of immigration, along with trends in unauthorized immigration and border activity, and how they compare with the current immigration debate.

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Millennials in Retirement: A Demographic Shift

Kenneth Megan / Blog May 20, 2016

Over the next 50 years, the population of Americans aged 62 and older is projected to nearly double, increasing from 58 million to over 112 million.

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Millennials in Retirement: Declining Poverty, but Persistent Disparities

Kenneth Megan / Blog February 9, 2016

The projected declines in poverty are promising, but African Americans and Hispanics will continue to struggle to a greater extent than whites.

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America’s Growing Senior Population

Housing / Research September 24, 2015

The U.S has the potential to improve health outcomes for seniors, reduce the costs and enable millions of seniors to “age in place” in their own communities.

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Perspectives on the Future of Multifamily Housing

Housing / Blog November 24, 2014

Although the single-family housing recovery has been slow, the multifamily sector continues to be red hot.

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America’s Demographic Edge

Immigration / Research May 28, 2014

Immigrants make the U.S. population younger and sustain healthy population growth, giving the United States a demographic and economic advantage.

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Immigration: America’s Demographic Edge

Immigration / Research January 23, 2014

Many nations face significant demographic challenges. Due primarily to declining fertility rates, the populations of these countries are stagnating and, in some cases, even shrinking.

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Federal Efforts To Help Homeowners May Be Strangling Them

Housing / News October 15, 2013

Oddly enough, recent government efforts to cut struggling homeowners some slack may in fact be hurting many more than it is helping. Specifically, it is negatively impacting those who don’t yet own a home – those first-time homebuyers who would…

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