The story of Chicago's white flight after World War II is well known. In 1950, almost all neighborhoods outside the Black Belt on the South Side were more than 90 percent white. In twenty years, neighborhoods like East Garfield Park and Greater Grand Crossing had become 90 percent black. According to the latest census data, none of the households in Chicago, Illinois reported that their primary shared language was to speak a language other than English at home.
This does not take into account the possible multilingual nature of households, but only the main language declared by themselves, spoken by all members of the household. The following graph shows the 7 races represented in Chicago, IL as a proportion of the total population. The following table shows the percentage of foreign-born residents in Chicago, IL compared to that of their neighboring geographies and matrices. The following table shows the percentages of U.
S. citizenship in Chicago, IL compared to its neighboring geographies and matrices. The following table shows how the average household income in Chicago, IL compares with that of its neighboring geographies and matrices. The map below shows all places in Chicago, IL, colored according to their median household income (total).
The most common work groups, by number of people living in Chicago, IL, are management occupations (146,140 people), office administrative support occupations (126,345 people), and occupations related to sales (129,207 people). This graph illustrates the stock breakdown of the top jobs held by residents of Chicago, IL. The most common jobs occupied by Chicago, IL residents, by number of employees, are management occupations (146,140 people), office administrative support occupations (140,345 people) and sales-related occupations (129,207 people). The most common employment sectors for those living in Chicago, IL are social assistance for health care (189,121 people), professional, scientific and technical services (165,475 people) and educational services (131,360 people).
This graph shows the stock breakdown of major industries for residents of Chicago, IL, although some of these residents may live in Chicago, IL and work elsewhere. Census data is labeled with a residential address, not a work address.The largest universities in Chicago, Illinois by number of degrees awarded are the University of Illinois at Chicago (8,017 and 13.6%), the University of Chicago (6,323 and 10.7%) and DePaul University (6,110 and 10.4%). This visualization illustrates the percentage of students who graduate with a bachelor's degree from schools in Chicago, IL by specialty.This graph shows the gender disparity between institutions in Chicago, IL by degrees awarded. This percentage of occupancy by landlords is lower than the national average of 64.4%.
This graph shows the percentage of ownership in Chicago, IL compared to its main and neighboring geographies.The table below shows how the average household income in Chicago, IL compares with that of its neighboring geographies and matrices. The chart below shows households in Chicago, IL distributed among a series of car ownership groups compared to the national averages for each group.The highest proportion of households in Chicago have 1 car followed by a fake car. The table below shows how the percentage of people without insurance in Chicago changed over time compared to the percentage of people enrolled in various types of health insurance.
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