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The childless twenty-somethings

Marcus Roberts | 30 July 2013

Economic and social pressures are creating an upward shift in the age at which couples are having children.


Why is Everyone Leaving Detroit?

Marcus Roberts | 25 September 2012

Detroit’s population continues to decline, as the US economy and birth rate continues to fall.

 
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