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The Inter-Mountain
Feds already ban discriminationback to the discrepancy: The BLS website notes that its statistics came from th
Feds already ban discrimination
The Inter-Mountain / Posted yesterday
back to the discrepancy: The BLS website notes that its statistics came from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis and the Bureau of the Census. Go figure. Mike Myer is the executive editor at the Wheeling Intelligencer and Wheeling... Read more
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CNBC
How we chose the Metro 20: Best Places to Start a BusinessTo source our information, we turned to the U.S. Bureau of the Census, U.S. Bur
How we chose the Metro 20: Best Places to Start a Business
CNBC / Posted 13 days ago
To source our information, we turned to the U.S. Bureau of the Census, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Energy Information Administration, Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council, Biz2Credit, BizEquity and REIS. We also used CNBC's America's Top... Read more
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The Atlantic
The War Against Boysare most at risk for juvenile delinquency and violence are boys who are physica
The War Against Boys
The Atlantic / Posted 23 days ago
are most at risk for juvenile delinquency and violence are boys who are physically separated from their fathers. The U.S. Bureau of the Census reports that in 1960 children living with their mother but not their father numbered 5.1 million; by... Read more
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Colorado Daily
California's Finishing School brings 'BLISS' to Boulderwe could build 124.6 million household shelters — that's the number of American
California's Finishing School brings 'BLISS' to Boulder
Colorado Daily / Posted 30 days ago
we could build 124.6 million household shelters — that's the number of American households in 2015, according to the U.S. Bureau of the Census — then maybe our anxiety could finally curl up and take a sound snooze. Yet barring feasibility, there's... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
More couples moving away from tradition, paying for their own weddingcouples marrying for the first time is now 29 for the bride and 31 for the groo
More couples moving away from tradition, paying for their own wedding
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted a month ago
couples marrying for the first time is now 29 for the bride and 31 for the groom. By comparison, statistics from the U.S. Bureau of the Census show that in 1990, the median ages of first-time brides and grooms were 23.9 and 26.1, respectively... Read more

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