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1 Economic, demographic and fiscal impacts of closing Hill Air Force Base: a statewide and regional analysis2004-04The upcoming round of Defense Base Closure and Realignment (BRAC) is threatening the existence of Hill Air Force Base (Hill AFB). The Department of Defense is aggressively approaching this round of BRAC in its attempt to eliminate 20% to 25% of current capacity. The purpose of this study is to asses...
2 Utah's demographic transformation: a view into the future2008Utah, along with the rest of the nation, is in the midst of an extraordinary demographic transformation which has far from run its course. The confluence of four major trends continues to dramatically reshape the size and composition of the national and state populations. These trends include the ar...
3 Fast-tracking Wasatch Front transit investments: economic and demographic impacts of a 2025 build-out2011Over the next 30 years, the Wasatch Front will significantly expand its transit network. Plans include the construction of an additional 25 miles of light rail, 76 miles of commuter rail, 227 miles of bus rapid transit, and 29 miles of mountain transportation rail line. These projects will be built ...
4 Census 2010 - a first look at Utah results2011Census; 2010; Utah; Demographics; Population; Age; Sex; Race; EthnicityEarly results from the long-awaited 2010 Census are revealing the outlines of the more detailed portrait that will not be available for at least a couple more years. This essay reviews the top-level population change and geographic distribution results primarily from the redistricting data set.1 We ...
5 Revised Utah population estimates for the 1990s2001-05Every 10 years, the U.S. Bureau of the Census conducts a population count. In the intervening years the Utah Population Es timates Committee (UPEC) annually prepares total resident population estimates for each of the 29 counties in the state. These estimates are based on methods that ut i l i z e s...
6 Economic and demographic impacts of federally financed transportation infrastructure on the Wasatch Front2004-09Over the next three decades, $14.4 billion (constant 2004 dollars) of new transit and highway infrastructure is planned to meet the transportation needs of the Wasatch Front.1 These investments will significantly influence the region's economic development potential, relative competitiveness, and la...
7 The coming boom in Utah's school age and college age populations: state and county scenarios2002-09Population analysts have for some time anticipated a significant increase in the school age population (5 through 17 years of age) of Utah beginning around 2004 and extending for at least a decade. At this point the question is not whether the boom will materialize, but rather, the exact timing, mag...
8 Demographic and socioeconomic characteristics of Salt Lake County: sub-county analysis2006-12Salt Lake County; Projections; Estimates; Aging population; Baby boom; Utah; Salt Lake Aging Services; Kennecott LandThis paper is an examination of the shifting geographic distribution of the population within Salt Lake County over time as well as an analysis of the spatial distribution of its demographic and socioeconomic characteristics. It builds on the county-level analysis included in a separate section of t...
9 Salt Lake County's distinctive demographics: implications for the future2006-11Salt Lake County is the economic, political, and cultural center of Utah. The county is currently home to nearly 40% of Utah residents and generates about half of all jobs in the state. It remains the most populous county, with a million of the state's 2.6 million residents,2 and its daytime populat...
10 Salt Lake County: demographic and economic overview2006-12Salt Lake County; Utah; Demographics; Aging; Dependency ratio; Foreign born; Immigrants; Age structure; Age waves; Occupation; Labor force participation; Sex ratio; Educational attainment; commutingSalt Lake County is the economic, political, and cultural center of Utah. The county is currently home to nearly 40 percent of Utah residents and generates about half of all jobs in the state. It remains the most populous county, with a million of the state's 2.6 million residents,1 and its daytime ...
11 Immigrants transform Utah: entering a new era of diversity2004-05Utah is generally perceived as an extremely homogeneous state whose population can trace its ancestry mostly to northern Europe. Listings for surnames like Hansen, Jensen, and Christensen do fill many pages in local telephone directories throughout the state. According to census counts, the minority...
12 Demographic trends affecting public education in Utah2000-11Beginning in 2004 and continuing for at least a decade, the school age population (5 to 18 year olds) in Utah will increase significantly. Throughout the 1990s, the school age population in Utah grew more slowly than did the population in general so that its share in the total population declined. T...
13 The structure and economic impact of Utah's coal industry2010-05Coal; Utah; Economic impact; Carbon County; Emery County; Sevier County; Employment; Earnings; Construction; Retail sales; Carbon sequestration; Carbon captureUtah's coal industry has played a significant role in the economic development of the state for well over a century. The future of the industry is dependent upon a constellation of economic, technical, and policy developments. This study of Utah's coal industry is composed of the following sections:...
14 Utah's place in the macro-demographics of the U.S. in the 20th century2006-03Utah has evolved from an isolated rural state of fewer than 300,000 in 1900 to a mostly urban state of 2.5 million today. This paper is an attempt to place this population growth within the context of the broadest outlines of national population dynamics over the past century. The growth and regiona...
15 Salt Lake County's distinctive demographics: implications for the aging population2006-12Salt Lake County; Projections; Estimates; Aging population; Baby boom; Utah; Salt Lake Aging Services; Kennecott LandSalt Lake County is the economic, political, and cultural center of Utah. The county is currently home to nearly 40 percent of Utah residents and generates about half of all jobs in the state. It remains the most populous county, with a million of the state's 2.6 million residents,1 and its daytime ...
16 Salt Lake City census 2000 atlas2011-03Demographics; Salt Lake City; Utah; CensusThis volume presents the basic demographic characteristics of residents of Salt Lake City as recorded in the 2000 Census of Population and Housing. Every ten years these federal governm ent counts of people are the basis of congressional apportionment and political redistricting. Data in this volume...
17 Salt Lake City census 2010 atlas2013-02Demographics; Salt Lake City; Utah; CensusThis volume presents and analyzes results from the 2010 Census of Population and Housing. This mandatory enumeration is conducted by the federal government and is used to determine reapportionment and redistricting. This is the most complete record of population, households, and housing units that i...
18 Employment and population analysis and projections Ogden Metropolitan Area, Utah and the United States1963-07Thomas A. McLean and M r s . Connie P„ F a u l k n e r , graduate s t u d e n t s , and David L . Sutton, a senior student, in the Department of Economics, r e n d e r e d very valuable a s s i s t a n c e in the p r e p a r a t i o n of this r e p o r t. The Utah Department of Employment Se...
19 Central Utah planning region manpower survey: a rural area report June, 19671967-06
20 The economic & demographic impacts of the intermountain power project1982-04This report presents economic and demographic projections for the two-county (Millard and Juab) area to be impacted by the Intermountain Power Project located in western Millard County, Utah. The intermountain Power Agency has been planning the construction of the IPP project for quite some time.
21 An industrial development information system for Utah1969-12
22 Multi-county regions in Utah1970-03The publication of this report was made possible through the financial assistance of the Four Corners Regional Commission with coordination by the State Planning Coordinator's Office, State of Utah. The statements, findings, conclusions, recommendations, and other data in this report are solely thos...
23 State of Utah economic and demographic projections: an analysis of the accuracy of UPED's historical projection work2001-04-01
24 Age and sex population projection for Utah counties: 1975-2010 (High medium Projection)2010
25 Population characteristics of the Salt Lake Metropolitan Area1964-01This study could not have been undertaken without the assistance of many. An expression of gratitude is due Dr. Osmond L. Harline, Director of the Bureau of Economic and Business Research, and Dr. Clyde N. Randall, Dean of the College of Business, of the University of Utah, who responded to the orig...
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