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100 Years of Change

100 YEARS

OF CHANGE



WHAT LIFE WAS LIKE,



then and now



Let's explore

some of the

ways

American life

has changed in

100 years.



1913 2013



WORKING WORLD



Average individual income

$800 $26.364

6.6% 7.6%

Unemployment



HOME LIFE

4.52 2.59

People per household



23.35 27.05

Median age at first marriage



Most popular baby names

Boys Girls Boys Girls

John Mary Aiden Sophia

William Helen Jackson Emma

James Dorothy Ethan Olivia

Robert Margaret Liam Isabella

Joseph Ruth Mason Ava



POPULATION

97,225,000 311,591,917



Overall population



By ethnicity (percentage of overall population)



White 88.8% 63.4% White

Black 10.7% 13.1% Black

Other 0.5% 23.5% Other

races races



52.65 78.2

Life expectancy



2x5=

EDUCATION



59.2% 96.5%

School-aged children enrolled in school



12.8% 85.4%

High school graduates*

Early figures measured 17-year-olds; modern

calculation includes up to age 25



2.3% 28.2%

Bachelor's degrees*

Early figures measured 23-year-olds;

modern calculation start at age 25



EVERYDAY LIFE



Entertainment



"Traffic in Soles" "Iron Man 3"

is the top-grossing film, bring in takes in more than

$413,000 $340 million

($94 million in today's dollars)



Top Songs Top Songs

When Irish Eyes Ar Smiling Can't Hold Us

by Chauncy Olcott by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

Peg o' My Heart Just Give Me a Reason

by Charles Harrison by Pink

The Spaniard Who Blighted My Life Mirrors

by Al Jolson by Justin Timberlake

When I Lost You When I was Your Man

by Henry Burr by Bruno Mars





Fashion





Technology

All-purpose zipper Windows 8 brings more touchscreen

patented and stainless capability to computers

steel invented



Henry Ford introduces The Internet of Everything holds

the moving assembly line promise for connecting all

Internet-enabled devices;

80% of American households

have Internet access

The first published

crossword puzzle 60 million people download

comes out Words With Friends app





NEWS



In the news



Women march for voting Bombers strike Boston

rights in Washington DC Marathon, killing three

and London



16th (income tax) and Jorge Mario Bergoglio

17th Amendments becomes the first pope

(popular election of from the Americas

senators) adopted





SPORTS



College football



Harvard (9-0) and Chicago (7-0) both Alabama (12-1) defeats Notre Dame

claim the national championship (12-1) for the title





Kentucky Derby



Donerail becomes longest odds

winner in the history of the Derby Favored horse Orb wins the race

with odds of 9-1





SHOPPING



Woolworth's McDonald's

Montgomery Ward Wal-Mart

J.C. Penny Starbucks





Most powerful companies



General Electric Wal-Mart Stores

Westinghouse ExxonMobil

Hudson Motor Company Apple

Dutch Boy Paint Bershire Hathaway

Campbell's Soup General Electric $100 YEARS OF CHANGE WHAT LIFE WAS LIKE, then and now Let's explore some of the ways American life has changed in 100 years. 1913 2013 WORKING WORLD Average individual income $800 $26,364 6.6% 7.6% Unemployment HOME LIFE MtM 4.52 2.59 11 People per household 23.35 27.05 Median age at first marriage Most popular baby names Boys Girls Boys Girls John Mary Aiden Sophia William Helen Jackson Emma James Dorothy Ethan Olivia Robert Margaret Liam Isabella Joseph Ruth Mason Ava POPULATION 97,225,000 311,591,917 Overall population MAMA By ethnicity (percentage of overall population) 88.8% 10.7% 63.4% 13.1% 23.5% White White Black Black Other Other 0.5% races races 52.65 Wm wm 78.2 Life expectancy 2x5= EDUCATION 59.2% 96.5% School-aged children enrolled in school 12.8% 85.4% High school graduates* * Early figures measured 17-year-olds; modern calculation includes up to age 25 2.3% 28.2% Bachelor's degrees* * Early figures measured 23-year-olds; modern calculations start at age 25 EVERYDAY LIFE Entertainment "Traffic in Soles" is the top-grossing film, bringing in $413,000 ($9.4 million in today's dollars) "Iron Man 3" takes in more than $340 million Top songs Top songs When Irish Eyes Are Smiling Can't Hold Us by Chauncy Olcott by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Peg o' My Heart by Charles Harrison Just Give Me a Reason by P!nk The Spaniard Who Blighted My Life by Al Jolson Mirrors by Justin Timberlake When I was Your Man When I Lost You by Henry Burr by Bruno Mars Row! Row! Row! Stay by Rihanna featuring Mikky Ekko by Ada Jones Fashion Technology All-purpose zipper patented and stainless steel invented Windows 8 brings more touchscreen capability to computers The Internet of Everything holds promise for connecting all Internet-enabled devices; 80% of American households Henry Ford introduces the moving assembly line The first published crossword puzzle have Internet access 60 million people download Words With Friends app comes out NEWS In the news Women march for voting rights in Washington DC and London Bombers strike Boston Marathon, killing three Jorge Mario Bergoglio becomes the first pope 16th (income tax) and 17th Amendments from the Americas (popular election of senators) adopted 000 00 SPORTS College football Harvard (9-0) and Chicago (7-0) both claim the national championship Alabama (12-1) defeats Notre Dame (12-1) for the title Kentucky Derby Donerail becomes longest odds winner in the history of the Derby with odds of 91-1 Favored horse Orb wins the race SHOPPING Popular stores Woolworth's McDonald's Montgomery Ward Wal-Mart J.C. Penney Starbucks WAL MAR WARD Most powerful companies General Electric Wal-Mart Stores Westinghouse ExxonMobil Hudson Motor Company Apple Dutch Boy Paint Berkshire Hathaway Campbell's Soup General Electric SOURCES IRS · Huffington Post · Centers for Disease Control and Prevention • infoplease.com demographia.com · University of California-Berkeley · Google Public Data · U.S. Census Bureau · National Center for Education Statistics moneychoice.org 00000

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