“The Demography of Inequality in the United States” is a PRB Population Bulletin that investigates the intersection between demography and inequality in the United States, with a focus on regional patterns and differences by age, race/ethnicity, gender, and family structure. The Population Bulletin stresses the importance of closing gaps in education to put the next generation of workers and their children on a path to succeed in the labor force and advance the U.S. economy.

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POPULATION BULLETIN CHAPTERS
Introduction
The Backdrop: Rising Inequality
Where Poverty and Inequality Intersect
The Generational Divide
Persistent Racial/Ethnic Gaps
Women Making Progress, But Gaps Remain
Education: The Great Equalizer?
Looking Ahead

Interactive State-Level Graphics (launches in a pop-up) ›
In many states and local areas, poverty and inequality have increased in tandem in many years. Use PRB’s interactive Tableau graphics to compare patterns of poverty and inequality in each state, and how these patterns have changed over time.