The Northeast

Vermont, Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New York, Ect.

Social and Economic data of the Northeast

Population: April 10, 2010; 50, 809, 299

Education for 25 and over: population is 35, 828, 187. Percent with High School diploma is 81.6%. Percent with Bachelors degree or more is 27.5%. Percent with an Advanced degree is 11%.

Median Household Income: 2010; $54,667, 2011; $53,864.

Poverty level: 2010. Number; 7,038. Percent; 15.1. 2011. Number; 7,208. Percent; 13.1.

People without Health Insurance: 2011. Number; 6,811. Percent; 12.4. 2011. Number; 6,061. Percent; 11.

Unemployment Rate: 8%.

Significant issues that arose in the Northeast

The 1990's banking problems

They were a strong economical region before the 1990's when the construction businesses began to grow. But, in the 1990's the construction business began to drop and so did the real estate business due to the drop of construction. The Northeast region relied too much on their income for the real estate, causing later on during the rapid decline in the real estate business to severely damage their economy.

9\11 Hijacking

The 9/11hijacking sent many people in fear. The hijacking was said to be by a few from Sadi Arabia who wanted to attack America at their most cherished grounds. They aimed for one twin towers and achieved their goal. The twin towers fell. Leaving America in grief from loses of loved one and a damaged peace of mind and economy in the Northeast region.

2012 Hurricane Sandy

This hurricane put most of the Northeast out of power. Some of them had to evacuate in some cities leaving the in Townes and on the streets. They lost loved one in small amounts but ultimately it surely has left a tiny, little dent in their economy as well.


U.S population by region, info

Educational attainment: 2000. Census 2000.

Chapter 10, banking problems in the Northeast.

Craven, J. (Why the World Trade Center fell on September 11) Architec.