Texas By:Savannah Marshall Hello there,I hear you’re moving,i’ve found a great state for you,Texas.In this here presentation, I will inform you of all the reasons why you should move to this state,which includes facts about the state and information on jobs,land and weather. Here in Texas,with a population of about 28 million,and
Texas is currently dominated by the Republican culture with a popular belief in conservatism that has lasted for many years. Democratic and Liberal groups are also present in the Texas but play as the minorities. Although demographics through the years show that a change in the dominant party could very well be eminent, Texas remains a red state for the time being. Currently the population is estimated at 24.5 million and is dominantly Anglo with minorities including African American, and Hispanic. In the coming years though, it is estimated to change where as the Hispanic population will surpass become the new majority.
2. What happens to the quality of housing and why? since there is a shortage of houses there is a rush to try and build more and a not much of an incentive to maintain properties. So, the quality of housing will start going down.
The name Texas is based on As of April 2012, the state's unemployment rate is only at 6.5% (Wikipedia, Economy of Texas, 2013). Texas’s economy has went through the recession just like any other state but has started to rise out of the recession because of the land of oil industry that has hit its highest point since when I lasted lived in the state. The state of Texas I think is the busiest of many states because of its high demand of employment for the oil industry. The jobs are anywhere from secretary employment to a derrick man on the rig itself drilling the oil out of the ground. Every position has its own way of being very important. I miss living in this state because of how big the state is and the different areas of employment that is available. Texas does hit rock bottom but will always find a way out to rise above other states.
The Texas Population The Texas population consists of people with a variety of different cultural and racial background. The Texas population seems to be very young with an approximate 27.3 percent of the population being under the age of 18, and about 11.5 percent being over the age of 65 (U.S.
According to the Census of 2013 the city of Houston, Texas carries a population of 2.196 million. Houston is located by the Gulf of Mexico in Southeast Texas and is part of the Harris County. Houston is best described as having a humid subtropical weather.
In 2014, Texas’ population reached nearly 26 million people and close to 10 million are Hispanics. Now out of the 10 million Hispanics, less than half of them can vote or will vote. In the 2010 census, approximately one million are illegal immigrants along with a number of visa and green card holders. (Hispanics wont) Some Professionals say that the longer immigrants stay in the country the more likely they would loose interest in politics and the less likely they are to vote.
Population Migration what in Tarnation In our society today the population has grown drastically from ten years ago and it is not going to decrease any sooner. In the last ten years the population has increased by 4.3 million people in the United States. The population in Texas has increased a lot more quicker than the national average. So what exactly is happening in Texas in order to be the second largest population in the United States? The population growth is becoming a major problem in our state of Texas and we can’t find a solution to stop the population from growing. The reasons why the population of Texas is becoming a problem is because of migration, living the american dream, and how Texas court ruling affect immigration.
Area of Texas Texas occupies about 7 percent of the total water and land area of the United States. Second in size among the states, Texas has a land and water area of 268,596 square miles as compared with Alaska's 665,384 square miles,
The only way Texas will be a successful state, is only if students are excellent at passing exams. Otherwise, Texas will be populated with adults who have no direction because they were never taught how to do something on their
The population of Texas had been increasing because people moved in from different states. Since Texas required smaller taxation compare to other high populated states like New York, California, therefore Texas tend to attract people. Since the population is growing, that means more
We are located within miles of the Gulf of Mexico and next to the border with Mexico. The state of Texas many commercial airports, making us one of the leaders of the movement of goods across the country. Many businesses come to Texas for it offers low taxes to corporate income taxes. We also offer 12 million of well-educated work force. Just the valley has 32 independent school districts some who have multiple high schools as well as private school and charters school. Some of this are part time students or full time students, the percentage shows that around 29.9 of the students get an associate’s degree while 11.7 percent of them get a bachelor’s degree, and 5.6 go on and get a master’s degree. The level of education that the residents of the valley get depends on the amount of local wage that many of the resident have. Many of them are
Introduction Throughout history, one of the major themes has been the migration of people from the country into the city. This is because many urban centers have greater amounts of opportunity and there are more services available. During this process, is when a number of regions started to experience increasing levels of population growth. To accommodate new residents different parcels of land surrounding the city are utilized. Over the short term, this addressed the immediate growth needs of the region. However, after longer periods of time, is when the lack of planning led to disorganized pockets of growth. This depleted natural resources and exposed many of these areas to potential natural disasters (such as: flooding, landslides or major storms). (United Nations Human Settlement Programs, 2009, pp. 45 68)
Introduction In 2010, the United States became the world’s largest natural gas producer, claiming the top spot that was formerly owned by Russia. The U.S. is now ranked as one of the world’s largest producer of oil and natural gas liquids, creating about 50 percent of its own oil in 2014. The Lone Star State produces about 35 percent of the country’s oil and 23 percent of the country’s natural gas. Texas has always been a major center for oil and natural gas companies starting from the discovery of oil in the early 1900’s. Consequently, fossil fuels play a significant role in the economic, political, and social construct of Texas. However, scientific studies have provided information highlighting the numerous environmental problems that can come from the production and use of fossil fuels. Should Texas try to eliminate the use of fossil fuels and preserve the environment or do the economic benefits that come from oil and natural gas production outway the use of cleaner energy sources? How would Texas respond to this situation socially and economically? How do fossil fuels affect the environment and is it even possible for Texas to only use renewable energy ?
A bigger population comes with a higher demand. If you haven’t noticed, hundreds of houses and recreations are being built all over the country to sufficiently satisfy the growing population. The increase of buildings, roads, and other man-made constructions results in the destruction of natural habitats that belong to living organisms of our ecosystem that can soon become endanger and eventually die out of extinction. If this continues, adequately sized natural environments will no longer be accessible and those growing up in the future of the country will not be able to appreciate these natural resources and beauty that we strongly rely on ("World Population Awareness."). The U.S has quickly became a high consuming nation and at this rate, these raw materials and natural resources we heavily rely on to satisfy these wants and essentials will soon be scarce. Of course there is also the risk and damaging of air quality even more