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The tables include detailed statistics about five-year age groups by sex, the 55-and-older population, the Hispanic population, the black population and the Asian population. The tables provide a wide range of social, economic and housing characteristics, such as marital status, educational attainment, nativity, employment status, occupation, poverty and housing tenure. The Current Population Survey, which has been conducted since 1940, is sponsored jointly by the U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. It is the primary source of the nation's labor force statistics and provides understanding of labor market conditions. Internet addresses:
Hispanic Population (Main Page)
The Hispanic Population in the United States: 2011
CPS Data on Age and Sex (Main Page)
The Older Population in the United States: 2011
Age and Sex Composition in the United States: 2011
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