Where women are now, according to Census Bureau

March 2008
Inside Tucson Business;3/17/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 41, Special section p18
The article focuses on the report by the U.S. Census Bureau regarding women history in terms of population, revenue, income and education in the U.S. It shows that the number of women in the country as of October 1, 2007 was 153.6 million. The revenue from women-owned businesses in 2002 amounted to $939 billion, while the median earnings of women working in computer and mathematical jobs are $61, 081. It also shows 32% of women ages 25 to 29 had attained a bachelor's degree in 2006.


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