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That year gap narrowed to 7 years by the end of the century, when white infant girls could expect to live to 80 and boys to Children, including teenagers, accounted for 44 percent of the population in and 29 percent by the end of the century. Meanwhile, the proportion of elderly people grew centenarians remained roughly the same proportion of the population until , when they suddenly rose.
But the ratio of people between the ages of 20 and 59, most of whom are considered economically active, and their dependents remained about 1 to 1. Air-conditioning helped shift population from the Northeast. In , the Midwest was the most populous region.
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Now, the South is unless Texas is considered a western state; then the West is. The 10 largest cities in had about the same combined population as the 10 largest in although only New York, Chicago and Philadelphia were among the top 10 in and Sunbelt cities like Houston, San Diego and Phoenix have climbed into the top 10, replacing cities like St. Louis, Boston and Cleveland. Rural population declined to about 1 in 4; suburban rose to more than 1 in 2.
America has more foreign-born residents than ever, though the proportion, just under 1 in 10, is still below the peak in In , only 6 percent of married women worked outside the home. That percentage has soared to 61 percent.
The percentage of working married women with children under the age of 6 is even higher -- 64 percent. In , women accounted for 1 percent of lawyers and 6 percent of doctors. By the end of the century, those percentages had risen to 29 percent and 26 percent, respectively. Married women as a percentage of all adult women remained about the same about 60 percent , regardless of race, until about Now, 60 percent of white women are married; 39 percent of black women are.
More than 1 in 4 white babies are born to unmarried women; about 2 in 3 black babies are. Divorce rates soared until and spiked to 25 divorces per thousand married women around The rate has dropped slightly since then. Most divorced people remarry. At the start of the century, 8 in 10 households were headed by married couples. By , a little more than half were. In , families spent an average of 43 percent of their incomes on food; now they spend 15 percent. As a proportion of income, spending on clothing has dropped to 6 percent , risen on medical care to 17 percent and remained fairly constant on housing and household expenses 26 percent.
The poor will always be with us. So will the rich. Cash income for both groups increased after Both suffered a slight loss in the 's. After , the income disparity increased again. In , only 1 percent of Americans invested in public companies or equity mutual funds. By the end of the century, the proportion of shareholders had passed 50 percent.