4 edition of Income and expenditure patterns of urban Black multiple households in the Vaal Triangle, 1985 found in the catalog.
Income and expenditure patterns of urban Black multiple households in the Vaal Triangle, 1985
H. de J. Van Wyk
by Bureau of Market Research, University of South Africa in Pretoria
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by H. de J. van Wyk.|
|Series||Research report ;, no. 130.13 =, Navorsingsverslag, Research report (University of South Africa. Bureau of Market Research) ;, no. 130.13.|
|LC Classifications||HC517.S7 S48 no. 130, pt. 13, HD7064.4.Z8V32 S48 no. 130, pt. 13|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 134 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||87204812|
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Median family income for both black and white families has increased over the last 30 years, but income gaps still persist. Between and , white and black men in . In the late 19th century, the average income of an urban worker was only about $ or $ a year, a sum insufficient to support a family. The remainder was made up by wives and especially by older children. Children under the age of 16 contributed about 20 percent of the income.
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The objective of this study was to determine household food security and coping strategies of an informal settlement in the Vaal Triangle. A survey study design was used. Income and Expenditure Patterns of Urban Black e lt>s in the Vaal Triangle, (). Income and Expenditure Patterns of Urban Black Multiple Households in the Cape Peninsula,Author: R P Viljoen.
In Phoenix, for instance, the typical Black household’s income rose 29% (from just under $40, to more than $51,), compared to a 12% increase for the typical white household Author: Alan Berube. On the other hand, median incomes for urban households in the South and West were higher.
Rural households in the South had a median household income of $46, compared to $50, for those living in urban areas. For households in the West, rural median household income was $56, lower than the $58, median for urban households. The majority of households (%) had an income of. Yesterday’s Census Bureau report on income, poverty, and health insurance coverage in shows that while there was a slowdown in overall median household income growth relative toincome growth was uneven by race and ethnicity.
Real median income increased % among Asian households (from $83, to $87,), % among African American households (from. Black households and Hispanic households were less represented at the very top of the distribution where only 2% of black households and 3% of Hispanic households had incomes of $, or more, compared to 6% of all U.S.
households. Asian households were more uniformly distributed and had higher shares in the top two income groups than white. Low-income status in the United States varies significantly by race and ethnicity.
Of the more than million families with children living on incomes less than percent of the federal poverty level, 30 percent are Hispanic, 22 percent are black or African American, and 6 percent are other nonwhites.
This fact sheet provides statistics on racial and ethnic differences in family structure. Black and Hispanic low-income families are only twice as likely to be single headed as higher-income families of the same race.
Nativity (Table 2 and Figure 4) Low-income families are more likely to be headed by an immigrant or foreign-born adult than are middle- or high-income families (27% versus 15%). The patterns differ by race and ethnicity.
The lack of dietary diversity is a severe problem experienced by most poor households globally. In particular; women of reproductive age (WRA) are at high risk of inadequate intake of micronutrients resulting from diets dominated by starchy staples. The present study considered the diets, dietary diversity, and food security of women aged 15–49 years along the rural-urban continuum in three.
The mean household income is the average of all household incomes. Marital Sorting and Income Inequality) How have marriage trends widened the gap between low-income and high-income households.
At the bottom end of the income distribution, an increase in the number of young women having children outside of marriage has become a source of poverty.
As households earn less income, they substitute more private goods and services for public ones. Household heads’ education level was strongly correlated to household income level. This means that if the public provision of education in times of economic downturn diminishes, the asset vulnerability or urban poor populations also increases.
Abstract. Includes bibliographical references (leaves ).Within the context of demographic growth, rapid urbanization and rising urban poverty which characterizes much of Sub-Saharan Africa in the 21st Century, this thesis examines the urban poor's vulnerability to food insecurity and analyses the strategies that households adopt to enhance their resilience in this challenging environment.
Higher-income Asians moved further out in front of higher-income whites, but lower-income Asians did not keep pace. Asians at the 10th percentile earned 8% more than whites inbut in they earned 17% less.
5 The Asian and Hispanic experiences with inequality are partly driven by immigration patterns. The final column of Table 7 shows what share of income went to households in the top 5% of the income distribution: % in Over time, from the late s to the early s, the top fifth of the income distribution typically received between about 43% to 44% of all income.
The share of income that the top fifth received then begins to rise. Economic research usually measures the welfare of the household using income levels, expenditure patterns, health conditions, and education access. However, there exists considerable debate about how to most accurately measure the true well being of a household or an individual.
The urban underclass differs from others among the lower class in a number of ways. Which of the following is Black families have lower levels of wealth than white families.
Although still unequal, per capita income for Whites, Blacks, and Hispanics has been growing at the same rate since The final column of Table shows what share of income went to households in the top 5% of the income distribution: % in Over time, from the late s to the early s, the top fifth of the income distribution typically received between about 43% to 44% of all income.
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15,item ].The R2,7 billion Vaal River Eastern Subsystem (VRESAP) pipeline project, in which Sasol has a 40% share, is being commissioned and will provide an additional reliable supply of water from the Vaal.The Vaal Triangle in South Africa comprises several cities and towns that are responsible for some of the world’s highest carbon-emitting industries.
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