// Interesting to see what the distribution of jobs is between the different sectors. Technology and manufacturing are doing okay, and computer techs are doing well. Not many others though.
// I think there will always be a market for high end burgers. Maybe not as large as it is now.
Quote:"The latest 2010 census data show that children of immigrants make up one in four people under 18, and are now the fastest-growing segment of the nation's youth, an indication that both legal and illegal immigrants as well as minority births are lifting the nation's population.
Currently, the share of children in the U.S. is 24 percent, falling below the previous low of 26 percent of 1990. The share is projected to slip further, to 23 percent by 2050, even as the percentage of people 65 and older is expected to jump from 13 percent today to roughly 20 percent by 2050 due to the aging of baby boomers and beyond.
// Maybe we can finally save on education spending.
// It's frustrating to read anything about Bernanke. He tells Congress he's ready for deflation or inflation. Which means he has no idea which one is coming.
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