South East Demographics

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Population Data

The population statistics for Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, and Mississippi from 1999 to 2019 have been provided on rows 2-22, columns B-E of the attached spreadsheet. The 2019 estimated population for Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, and Mississippi are 4.89 million, 10.55 million, 6.78 million, and 2.98 million respectively.

POPULATION FOR ALABAMA, GEORGIA, TENNESSEE, AND MISSISSIPPI

RESEARCH STRATEGY

The population statistics for Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, and Mississippi from 1999 to 2018 were obtained from three data sets published by the United States Census Bureau (1990-2000, 2000-2010, and 2010-2018). The figures for 2000 and 2010 provided were based on the census conducted while the remaining 18 years are estimates provided by the agency. An examination of the agency’s website has revealed that it has only provided the 2019 estimates at the national level. The 2019 estimates at the state level are expected to be released only in December 2019. Therefore, the 2019 estimated population for Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, and Mississippi were obtained from the World Population Review’s website.

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Ethnicity Breakdown

Detailed findings on the ethnicity and age breakdown statistics for the states of Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, and Mississippi for the years 1999, 2009, and 2019 have been entered into Column B-E, rows 24-29 of the attached spreadsheet.
  • In Georgia, there were 6,204, 180 whites and 3,032,009 blacks in 2009.
  • In 1999 in Alabama, the 25 to 44 age group had the highest population at 1,295,255.
  • Tennessee’s 2019 ethnicity breakdown indicates that the total Asian population stands at 110, 605 compared to Mississippi’s 28,859.
  • Compared to the other three states, in 1999 Georgia had the highest population of people, that fall between 0 to 17 years with a total of 2,130,698 people.
  • In 2019, the ethnicity breakdown for Mississippi is as follows; whites (1,755,471), blacks (1,122,576), Asian (28,859), Islander (597) and Others (27,530) .

RESEARCH STRATEGY

in finding the information on the ethnicity and age breakdown statistics for the states of Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, and Mississippi for the years 1999, 2009, and 2019, we utilized precompiled information from credible sources like the Missouri Census Data Center and World Population Review among others. Our detailed findings have been entered into column B-E, rows 24-29 of the attached spreadsheet.
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Income Statistics

The 2009 median household income in Alabama was $36,251 according to Census ACS data, while it was $39,425 for Georgia, $36,522 for Tennessee, and $32,478 for Mississippi. Columns B-E rows 30-32 of the attached spreadsheet has been updated accordingly.

SUMMARY OF FINDINGS

  • The 1999 median household income in Alabama was $39,980.
  • The 1999 median household income in Georgia was $43,340.
  • The 2009 median household income in Mississippi was $32,478.

Research Strategy

While we found most of the requested data points pre-compiled, 2019 data points for all four listed states were not available. Our research team search on credible government databases such as Census ACS, Department of numbers, World Bank, and the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis for any relevant data on the 2019 estimates or projections for household incomes for the listed states but none was available. In the course of our research, we found that the 2018 median household income data for each state in the U.S. will be released in September 2019 by the Census ACS, hence, 2019 data is not available at the moment and is expected to be released in 2020.

Our next approach was to search for forecast and prediction from experts publications and third-party statistical databases such as Trending Economics, Statista, academic journals for any growth rate data that could be used to estimate 2019 data but no future growth rate data were available.

Furthermore, another strategy was to determine the growth rate from the historical data that was published by Census ACS which could be used to make an estimation of 2019 data points. However, since the household income data were expressed as a median and not an average, using a growth rate data to determine the 2019 data would be wrong considering the inconsistency in the historical household income data that is available. Looking at the historical data available for each state, it can be seen that the difference between two consecutive years can be in hundreds for one year and in thousands for the next year. Also, some year has a positive growth while another year has a negative. In using CAGR, the progression would have to be a consistent one, rising or decreasing in a steady percentage. This occurs when the data provided are median data and not averages, as such, we could not triangulate this figure.
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Education Statistics

In 1999, the number of people who attained high school degrees and above in Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, and Mississippi were 2,799,000 , 4,873,000 , 3,538,000 , and 1,712,000 respectively. Further findings have been outlined below.

Average Education Statistics 1999

1999 education statistics published by the US Census Bureau includes population of age 25 and above. The education statistics for the four states include:

Alabama

Georgia

Tennessee

Mississippi

Average Education Statistics 2009

Using American FactFinder, the educational attainment level for the four states include:

Alabama

Population 18-24 years — 459,914
Population 25 years and over — 3,049,663

Georgia

Population 18-24 years — 952,166
Population 25 years and over — 6,031,157
  • High school graduates: or higher: 82.9% = 4,999,829
  • Bachelor’s degree or more: 27.1% = 1,634,444

Tennessee

Population 18-24 years — 573,728
Population 25 years and over — 4,110,195

Mississippi

Population 18-24 years — 315,158
Population 25 years and over — 1,842,950

Average Education Statistics 2019

Using data for the year 2018 and calculated CAGR for the period 2014-2018, the triangulated education statistics for the year 2019 are presetned in the spreadsheet.

METHODOLOGY

In order to find the average education statistics for the states of Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, and Mississippi for the years 1999, 2009, and 2019, we began our research by looking for education attainment data for each state from credible databases including US Census Bureau, 2020Census, American FactFinder, Business Help Site, NAICS, US and World Population Clock. We were able to find pre-compiled data for the years 1999 and 2009 for all the states from American FackFinder. However, none of the source provided information on the education statistics for the four states in 2019. We, therefore, conducted further research on public data sources such as New York Times, PRNewswire, Money, and Forbes, but no information was available.

Since we could not locate any pre-existing educational attainment data for the year 2019, we considered triangulation of data using 2018 pre-existing data. Due to the restricted data, we could only manage to triangulate the education attainment level for the population 25 years and above using two variables: high school graduates or more and college graduates. Data points for the four states were triangulated using the 2018 pre-existing data and estimated growth rate (CAGR). The 2018 data for each of the states is presented below.
  • Alabama
  • Population — 3,276,637
    High school graduates: or higher: 85.3% = 2,794,971
    Bachelor’s degree or more: 24.5% = 802,776
    • Georgia
    Population — 6,693,826
    High school graduates: or higher: 86.3% = 5,776,772
    Bachelor’s degree or more: 29.9% = 2,001,454
    • Tennessee
    Population — 4,478,450
    High school graduates: or higher: 86.5% = 3,873,859
    Bachelor’s degree or more: 26.1% = 1,168,875
    • Mississippi
    Population — 1,956,101
    High school graduates: or higher: 83.4% = 1,631,388
    Bachelor’s degree or more: 21.3% = 416,650

    CAGR calculation

    We then used 2014-2018 data published by Statista which compares education attainment for high school graduates or more and college graduate to find the 5-years growth rate (CAGR) which we assumed to be similar in 2019. Using an online CAGR calculator, we calculate the growth rate of high school graduates or more and college graduates or more as follows:
    • CAGR for high school graduates or more
    Using an online calculator, we input 2014 data as the initial value and 2018 data as the final value over a period of 5 years i.e. 88.3% (2014) and 89.8% (2018), which results to a CAGR of 0.34%.
    • CAGR for college graduates or more
    Using an online calculator, we input 2014 data as the initial value and 2018 data as the final value over a period of 5 years i.e. 32% (2014) and 35% (2018), which results to a CAGR of 1.81%.

    2019 calculated data for the FOUR states

    Using the above calculated CAGR data and the 2018 education statistics, we were able to calculate the educational attainment for the year 2019 as follows:
    Alabama
    High school graduates: or higher: 2,794,971 + (2,794,971 x 0.34%) = 2,804,474
    Bachelor’s degree or more: 802,776 + (802,776 x 1.81%) = 817,306
    Georgia
    High school graduates: or higher: 5,776,772 + (5,776,772 x 0.34%) = 5,796,413
    Bachelor’s degree or more: 2,001,454 + (2,001,454 x 1.81%) = 2,037,680
    Tennessee
    High school graduates: or higher: 3,873,859 + (3,873,859 x 0.34%) = 3,879,406
    Bachelor’s degree or more: 1,168,875 + (1,168,875 x 1.81%) = 1,190,031
    Mississippi
    High school graduates: or higher: 1,631,388 + (1,631,388 x 0.34%) = 1,636,935
    Bachelor’s degree or more: 416,650 + (416,650 x 1.81%) = 424,191
    Thus, the education statistics for Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, and Mississippi have been presented in rows 33-35 of the attached spreadsheet.










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    GDP Alabama

    The current GDP for the state of Alabama is $211.196 billion, placing it in 27th position nationally. Over the last five years, the state's GDP has increased by 4.29%, at an annual growth rate of 0.84%.

    Following our research, we have updated the attached project spreadsheet with the GDP statistics for the state of Alabama from 2009-2017. We have updated column B, rows 36-46, of the spreadsheet.

    Findings

    • At the end of our research, we were unable to identify the GDP statistics for the years 2018 and 2019 because the data has not yet been published. According to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, the annual GDP by state for the year 2018 will be released on May 1, 2019.
    • Since the bureau is yet to release the GDP for 2018, and the year 2019 is still in its first quarter, the 2019 data is also not yet available.

    Research Strategy

    Your research team applied the following strategy. To fulfill this request, we made use of the GDP reports for the state of Alabama published by the Bureau of Economic Analysis, and the Department of Numbers. We have presented figures for 2009-2017 in the project spreadsheet.
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    GDP Georgia

    The GDP of Georgia for the years 2009-2019 has been populated in rows 36-46 of column C of the attached spreadsheet. The nominal GDP is estimated to have grown by 47.61% in the period.

    FINDINGS

    The nominal GDP of Georgia:

    RESEARCH STRATEGY

    We searched government databases like the Bureau of Economic Affairs, Bureau of Labor Statistics, State Department of Georgia, Federal Reserve Bank, and the US Census; third-party economic databases like Trading Economics; international organization websites like the World Bank and the IMF; and college websites such as the University of Georgia for the historical GDP of Georgia. Across all sources, the latest year for which the GDP is available is 2017. The 2018 and 2019 GDP of Georgia state has not been published yet. However, we used Georgia's nominal GDP growth rate for 2018 and the forecasted 2019 growth rate to estimate the GDP of the respective years.

    CALCULATIONS

    GDP In 2017 was $563,607.6 million. Georgia's GDP grew by 3.5% in 2018 and 3% in 2019.

    Therefore,
    GDP in 2018 = $563,607.6 million * (100+3.5)% = $583,333.9 million
    GDP in 2019 = $583,333.9 million * (100+3)% = $600,833.9 million


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    GDP Tennessee

    The GDP of Tennessee for the years 2009-2019 has been populated in rows 36-46 of column D of the attached spreadsheet. The nominal GDP is estimated to have grown by 50.62% in the period.

    FINDINGS

    The nominal GDP of Tennessee:

    RESEARCH STRATEGY

    We searched government databases like the Bureau of Economic Affairs, Bureau of Labor Statistics, State Department of Tennessee, Federal Reserve Bank, and the US Census; third-party economic databases like Trading Economics; international organization websites like the World Bank and the IMF; and university/college websites such as Haslam College of Business for the historical GDP of Tennessee. Across all sources, the latest year for which the GDP is available is for the year 2017. The 2018 and 2019 GDP of Tennessee state has not been published yet. However, we used Tennessee's real GDP growth projections made in the economic report submitted to the State of Tennessee and the CPI-U inflation in the south region of the US to triangulate the 2018 and 2019 GDP.

    CALCULATIONS

    The real GDP of Tennessee in 2017 was $315,147 million. The inflation-adjusted GDP or real GDP of Tennessee was projected to grow by 2.5% in both 2018 and 2019. As the CPI index for all urban consumers in the south region (of the US) rose by 1.6% between March 2018 and March 2019. We have assumed 1.6% to be the inflation rate for the state of Tennessee in both 2018 and 2019.

    Nominal GDP in 2018 = Nominal GDP in 2017 + Growth in real GDP in 2017 + Inflation component in 2018 nominal GDP
    Nominal GDP in 2018 = $349,569.2 million + 2.5% * $315,147 million + 1.6% * nominal GDP in 2018
    Nominal GDP in 2018 * (100-1.6%) = $349,569.2 million + 2.5% * $315,147 million
    Nominal GDP in 2018 = ($349,569.2 million + 2.5%* $315,147 million)/ 98.4%
    Nominal GDP in 2018 = ($349,569.2 million + $7,878.7 million)/ 98.4% = $363,260 million

    Similarly,
    Nominal GDP in 2019 = ($363,260 million + 2.5%* (102.5%*$315,147 million)) /98.4%
    Nominal GDP in 2019 = ($363,260 million + $8,075.6 million)/ 98.4%
    Nominal GDP in 2019 = $377,373.6 million

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    GDP Mississippi

    The most recent data on Mississippi’s Real GDP is the 2017 statistics which places the State at $96.82 billion. Estimates indicate that Mississipi's Real GDP for 2018 and 2019 will be $97.56 billion and $99.22 billion respectively.
    • The 2018 and 2019 Real GDP have been included as estimates due to unavailability of the same data. GDP statistics for the full year 2018 will be announced in May 2019. Estimates for 2018 and 2019 are as calculated in the research strategy section.
    • According to the Department of Numbers, Mississippi was in 2016 the 37th largest state economy with $95,282,000,000 in Real GDP.
    • The Real GDP for the State of Mississippi during the years 2009-2019 are as entered into column E rows 36-46 of the attached spreadsheet.

    RESEARCH STRATEGY.

    To find the requested information, we started by scouring through Mississippi's official website to locate data on its real GDP. While we found information on the state's various services, agencies and sectors, we could not find data on GDP. As a second strategy, we scoured through U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) to find information on the Mississippi's GDP for 2009-2019. We found Real GDP's for 2009-2017. For 2018, the only information that we found was about the percentage changes in real GDP for various States for the third quarter of 2018. We found no information on the full year GDP 2018 and 2019. We then opted to utilize GDP reports for the state of Mississippi from credible sites such as the Department of Numbers and YCharts. We found information on Real GDP from 2009-2017. Our efforts to locate any published estimates also proved futile.

    We concluded that such data is unavailable because the information is yet to be published by the US government. We determined that the information will be published in May 2019. As an alternative strategy following the unavailability of Mississippi's Real GDP data for 2018 and 2019, we attempted to locate data that we could use to triangulate. We found the Mississippi Economic Outlook Report 2017 which had information on the growth rates for 2018 and 2019. Calculations for Mississippi's Real GDP for 2018 and 2019 as shown below.

    GIVEN DATA:
    Real GDP 2017=$96,820,000,000
    Growth Rate=1.8%
    Real GDP 2018 = (1.8% × 96,820,000,000)+96,820,000,000

    REAL GDP 2018=97,562,760,000

    GIVEN THAT:
    Real GDP 2018=97,562,760,000 (triangulated)
    Projected growth rate=1.7%
    Real GDP 2019= (1.7% × 97,562,760,000)+97,562,760,000

    REAL GDP 2019=$99,221,286,920


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    GDP National

    The 2009 national GDP of the U.S. was $14.419 trillion according to World Bank data. The 2019 projected GDP of the U.S. is $21.344 trillion. Column F rows 36-46 of the attached spreadsheet has been updated accordingly.

    Summary of Findings

    • World Bank sources reported that the national GDP of the U.S. was $14.419 trillion.
    • The 2018 national GDP of the U.S. is $20.494 trillion according to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis.
    • The U.S. national GDP is projected to hit $21.344 trillion in 2019.

    Research Strategy

    To provide the yearly national average GDP statistics for the U.S. from 2009-2019, the research team leveraged data from credible sources such as the World Bank and the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis. However, these sources did not provide 2019 data. We found 2019 data from Knoema Corporation. To confirm the credibility of the data from this source, we confirmed that the data points provided for other years are consistent with what is provided by the World Bank and the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis. Hence, we used the 2019 data provided.
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    Top 5 Industries

    The top industry in the state of Alabama is "government and government enterprises", with a 17% contribution to the state's GDP. In the state of Georgia, the top industry is "finance, insurance, real estate, rental, and leasing", contributing 20% to the states GDP. In Tennessee, the top industry is "finance, insurance, real estate, rental, and leasing", with a 16% contribution, while the "government and government enterprises" industry occupies the top industry slot in the state of Mississippi with a 17% contribution.

    We have updated row 48, columns B-E of the attached project spreadsheet with information on the top 5 industries in the states of Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, and Mississippi. For this request, top industries have been selected based on their contributions to the GDP of the state, and have been ranked in descending order from 1(being the largest industry) to 5. We have provided a breakdown with each industry's percentile contribution to the respective state's GDP.

    TOP INDUSTRY BREAKDOWN BY STATE

    Alabama

    • Government and government enterprises — 17%
    • Finance, insurance, real estate, rental, and leasing — 17%
    • Durable goods manufacturing — 11%
    • Professional and business services — 10%
    • Educational services, health care and social assistance — 8%

    Georgia

    • Finance, insurance, real estate, rental, and leasing. — 20%
    • Government and government enterprises — 12%
    • Professional and business services — 12%
    • Wholesale trade — 8%
    • Information — 8%

    Tennessee

    • Finance, insurance, real estate, rental, and leasing — 16%
    • Educational services, healthcare and social assistance — 12%
    • Government and government enterprises — 11%
    • Professional and business services — 11%
    • Durable goods manufacturing — 9%

    Mississippi

    • Government and government enterprises — 17%
    • Finance, insurance, real estate, rental, and leasing — 15%
    • Durable goods manufacturing — 9%
    • Educational services, health care, and social assistance — 9%
    • Retail trade — 8%

    Research Strategy

    Your research team applied the following strategy. To complete this request, we made use of the GDP breakdown report for each state, published by the Bureau of Economic Analysis. We were able to retrieve the individual report for the four states which are Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, and Mississippi, containing the relevant information. We have updated the corresponding rows and columns in the project spreadsheet, and have provided the source links for each state in column G.



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    Top 5 Employers

    Redstone Arsenal, the Home Depot, HCA Healthcare Inc., and Sta-Home Health & Hospice are the top employers in Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, and Mississippi, respectively. The requested information has been provided in the attached spreadsheet, Row 49, Column B-E and G.

    THE TOP EMPLOYERS IN ALABAMA

    THE TOP EMPLOYERS IN GEORGIA

    THE TOP EMPLOYERS IN TENNESSEE

    THE TOP EMPLOYERS IN MISSISSIPPI


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    National Industries & Employers

    The top 5 industries in the US are real estate (including renting and leasing), professional and business services, state and local government, finance and insurance, and healthcare and social care. The top 5 employers in the US include Walmart, Amazon, Kroger, Home Depot, and IBM.

    TOP 5 INDUSTRIES IN THE US

    Based on the percentage share of the national GDP and the total revenue generated, the top 5 industries in the US include:

    1. Real estate (including renting and leasing)

    2. Professional and business services

    • GDP share: 12%

    3. State and local government

    4. Finance and insurance

    5. Healthcare and social assistance

    Top 5 employers in the United States

    Based on the total number of employees, the top 5 employers in the US are:

    METHODOLOGY:

    In order to identify the top 5 industries and the top 5 employers in the United States, we searched for market research and business reports from credible economic databases such as US Census Bureau, US Department of Economics, and World Atlas. We were able to identify precompiled data on the top 5 industries in the country from World Atlas and Blue Water Credit. Both sources have listed the industries based on their total Gross Domestic Product share in the nation and the total revenue generated. We also located precompiled lists of the top 5 employers in the US from the Money magazine, Visual Capitalist and Online Background Checks Report. The top employers were listed on the basis of the number of employees. Our findings have been keyed in rows 48-49 of the attached spreadsheet.

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    Population & Ethnicity US

    The total population of the United States which was 272.69 million on 1st July 1999 reached 329.15 million in 2019. The majority of the population in the United States are non-Hispanic White people. 64.31% of the total population were non-Hispanic Whites in the United States for the year 2009. As requested, all the information is outlined below and entered to column F, rows 2-22 and rows 24-26 of the attached spreadsheet 1.

    National Average Population 1999-2019


    Ethnicity breakdown 1999

  • Hispanic: 12.04%
      • Further breakdown of Hispanic population is not available.


    Ethnicity breakdown 2009

  • Hispanic: 16.08%
      • White: 14.26%
      • Black: 0.73%
      • American Indian, Eskimo, and Aleut (AIAN): 0.45%
      • Asian: 0.15%
      • Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander (NHPI): 0.06%
    • Non- Hispanic: 83.92%
      • White: 64.31%
      • Black: 12.28%
      • American Indian, Eskimo, and Aleut (AIAN): 0.73%
      • Asian: 4.68%
      • Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander (NHPI): 0.16%


    Ethnicity breakdown 2017


    Ethnicity breakdown 2019

    • Hispanic: 18.64%
      • White: 16.38%
      • Black: 0.91%
      • American Indian, Eskimo, and Aleut (AIAN): 0.54%
      • Asian: 0.19%
      • Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander (NHPI): 0.07%
    • Non- Hispanic: 81.36%
      • White: 60.97%
      • Black: 12.53%
      • American Indian, Eskimo, and Aleut (AIAN): 0.13%
      • Asian: 5.67%
      • Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander (NHPI): 0.18%


    RESEARCH STRATEGY

    The research team leveraged data from credible sources such as the American Fact Finder and the U.S. Census Bureau to provide the yearly national average population and ethnicity makeup for the U.S. from 2009-2019. We were able to find the annual breakdown of the national population in the US; however, these sources did not have the population breakdown of 2019 by ethnicity.

    Secondly, we tried to look at the credible research websites and demographic databases like Kaiser Family Foundation, Pew Research center, and World Population Review. But, the strategy turned futile as all of them provided the data till 2017.

    Our third strategy was to triangulate the information. We have roughly triangulated the data for 2019 using the available information till 2017. Please refer to attached spreadsheet 2 to see the detailed triangulation and breakdown of ethnicity in the US for requested years. To keep the data consistent, we have provided the average population of the US in July for all years.

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    Age, Income & Education, US

    The median population of the US for 1999, 2009, and 2019 is 35.5 years, 36.8 years, and 38.1 years respectively. In addition, the median income of the US for 1999, 2009, and 2018 is $52,388, $49,777, and $63,688 respectively. The detailed breakdown for the population, income, and education for 1999, 2009, and 2019 in the United States is detailed in the attached spreadsheet.

    Population and median Age 1999,2009, and 2019

    • The total population in 1999 was 272,691,000, and the median age was 35.5 years.
    • The total population in 2009 was 307,007,000, and the median age was 36.8 years.
    • The projected population in 2019 is 330,268,840, and the expected median age is 38.1 years.

    Average Income Breakdown 1999

    Average Income Breakdown 2009

    Average Income Breakdown 2018-19

    Education Level Breakdown 1999

    Education Level Breakdown 2009 (All data from Source 5)

    Education Level Breakdown 2018 (all data from Source 6)

    Research Strategy:

    We got all the details for the year 1999 and 2009 from the official government sources i.e Census.gov. For finding the values of 2019, only the population by age data was available in a projections report by census.gov published in 2017.

    For finding the value of average income and educational attainment we were not able to get any details for the year 2019, this was for the fact that the latest reports available were for 2018 only and 2019 reports would be published between August to October 2019. Nevertheless, we were able to identify the median income for the US for 2019 from seeking alpha article. Also, we were able to provide the details for the educational attainment and average income from the 2019 data source revealing the 2018 data stats.
    Sources
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    From Part 14
    Quotes
    • "The real median household income in 2009 was $49,777, not statistically different from the 2008 median"
    • "For all races, the median household income peak of $52,388 in 1999 was not statistically different from the 2000 median of $52,301. "
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    • "Median household income in the United States rose to $63,688 in January 2019, a 0.3% increase over the Sentier Research's estimate of $63,517 for December 2018."
    Quotes
    • " In March 1999, over four-fifths (83 percent) of all adults age 25 or older reported they had completed at least high school, a record high; one in four adults (25 percent) had attained at least a bachelor’s degree."
    Quotes
    • "In 2009, more than 4 out of 5 (85 percent) adults aged 25 and over reported having at least a high school diploma or its equivalent, while over 1 in 4 (28 percent) reported a bachelor’s degree or higher. "
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    • "Roughly 29.5% of US Households, or 37,665,335 American Households made a six-figure income in 2018 (at least $100,000.00)."