Population Age Concentrations, Manhattan, 2006
by Mark Schill 09/04/2008
While Manhattan has only 10% fewer children under the age of 5 than the rest of the nation, it trails more drastically with school-age children. Manhattan is dominated by those in their late 20s and 30s, with more than 60% more 30-34 year-olds than the norm.
U.S. Census American Community Survey
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