Tuesday, June 14, 2011
How do Seattle’s families compare to those in other U.S. Cities? To put it simply, they’re smaller. New census data shows that Seattle has the smallest-size families among 50 big U.S. cities. Moreover, we have the third highest amount of single living and the third-highest rate of “unrelated people living together”, according to a Seattle Times article. Because of the considerably weak housing market and flourishing rental market, families are purchasing homes out of King County, yet a high degree of solo Seattlites stay. Read more about the latest census data by checking out the full article.