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Source: American Community Survey (ACS) 2011-2019, 1-Year PUMS Files

Notes: Total Dependency Ratio = (population under the age of 15 plus population over the age of 64) divided by population aged 15-64. Old Age Dependency Ratio = population over the age of 64 divided by population aged 15-64. Child Dependency Ratio = population under the age of 15 divided by population aged 15-64.

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