Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Are Seattle Families Getting Smaller?

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.


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