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The average marriage age for Americans has increased over time.

This chart shows the exact age when you’re most likely to get married

In 1962, 90% of 30-year-olds had been married at least once. By 2019, only 51% of 30-year-olds had been married.
Netflix's "Marriage Story" follows a couple going through an emotionally devastating divorce.

This chart shows the exact age when you’re most likely to get divorced

In recent years, older Americans are more likely to have been divorced, separated, or in a second or later marriage than in previous decades.

The census count of everyone in America is underway, and it’s about to make the US government one of the biggest gig employers in the country

The decennial count of every person living in the US began in late January in the remote Alaskan village of Toksook Bay.

This map shows the most commonly spoken language in every US state, excluding English and Spanish

According to Business Insider tabulations of individual-level census data, German, French, and Vietnamese are commonly spoken in several states.
Nearly a quarter million more people moved out of Los Angeles than moved in between 2010 and 2018.

The 20 cities in the West that Americans are leaving in droves

We found the 20 metro areas in the West with the most net outmigration between 2010 and 2018. There's been lots of flight from California.

20 jobs that were popular before the Great Recession that have almost disappeared

A decade after the recession, a grinding recovery has brought the US back to near-full employment — but not every industry has recovered.

The 20 US cities with the most Halloween stores

We found metro areas that have a lot of costume stores and candy shops — and Ocean City in New Jersey has everyone beat.

20 jobs popular in 2000 that have almost disappeared

The American economy has changed since 2000, as globalization and the rise of the internet have transformed entire sectors.
Fayetteville, North Carolina, saw 11,602 more people move out of the metro area than move in between 2010 and 2018.

The 20 cities in the South that Americans are escaping in droves

Although the South is the fastest growing of the four main US regions, population growth is not evenly spread out.
Youngstown, Ohio, had 15,617 more people move out of the metro area than move in between 2010 and 2018.

The 20 cities in the Midwest that Americans are escaping in droves

Many cities in the Midwestern region of the US saw big population outflows over the last decade as more people moved away than moved in.