Wednesday, March 20, 2013

More Help with Demographics

If you attended (or wanted to)  government librarian Bill Olbrich's overview of Finding Census Data for Nonprofit Grant Writers here Monday you might also  be interested in checking out a book that just arrived here in the Social Sciences Room: Demographics of the U.S. Trends and Projections, 4th ed, by Cheryl Russell. (New Strategists, 2012) sifts and organizes data from government and other internet data sites and publications. Russell provides year-by-year figures and insights for analyzing and projecting trends in U.S. attitudes and behaviors,  education, health, housing, income, labor force, living arrangements, population, spending and wealth.  Particularly if you're a beginner at turning data into an effecive statement of need, you may find this "big picture" view helpful. Request a copy through the SLPL catalog. Product Details