Utah's increasing diversity: population projections by race/ethnicity

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Publication Type policy report
School or College David Eccles School of Business
Research Institute Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute
Creator Mike Hollingshaus
Other Author Emily Harris; Pamela S. Perlich
Title Utah's increasing diversity: population projections by race/ethnicity
Date 2019
Description Utah will continue to be a place of economic and educational opportunity, bringing new residents from domestic and international regions. We project Utah's population will continue to grow and become more diverse along many dimensions, including ethnicity and race. The trend toward increasingly diverse schools and workplaces will continue. This future is an outgrowth of Utah's strong growth dynamic and increasing global economic and cultural interconnections. Along with the rest of the U.S., Utah's population will continue to age. We project that this will be the case for all race and ethnic groups as death and birth rates decrease. Whites will on average be older, and other groups, especially multi-race Utahns, younger. Preparing for this future will help Utah benefit from an increasingly diverse and talented population.
Type Text
Publisher University of Utah
DOI 10.7278/S50D-701K-JGW8
Language eng
Format Medium allication/pdf
ARK ark:/87278/s6z65mb3
Setname ir_kcg
ID 1487166
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6z65mb3
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