Strong Houston, Ranked for Diversity

Dated: 05/09/2019

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Wallethub.com has rated the top cities in America. America is undergoing an extreme makeover, thanks to rapid demographic diversification. By 2050, many shifts will happen. For example, while non-Hispanic whites are expected to remain the largest ethnic group, they will no longer make up a majority of the population. But America’s transformation is more than skin-deep — it’s economic, too. Not only have waves of immigration changed the face of the nation, but they’ve also brought in fresh perspectives, skills, and technologies to help the U.S. develop strong adaptability to change.

Economies generally fare better when they openly embrace and capitalize on new ideas. Conversely, those relying on old ways and specialized industries tend to be hurt more by changes in the market.


Source: WalletHub
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