The OUTlook, a weekly newsletter about LGBTQ+ business, labor and workplace equality from Qnotes.
Hello, and Happy Tuesday! Welcome to this week’s OUTlook, Qnotes’ own LGBTQ+ business newsletter. My name is Taylor Heeden, and I will be bringing you some of our business and financial headlines from the past week.
Data from the last U.S. Census was documented regarding demographic differences between same-sex married couples and opposite-sex couples, including differences in income.
Same-sex spouses are statistically more likely to earn within $10,000 annually of one another at a rate of 21 percent in comparison to heterosexual couples at 18 percent. Opposite-sex couples, on the other hand, are more likely to have income gaps exceeding $50,000 at a rate of 37 percent.
You can read more about other demographic differences between same-sex and opposite-sex couples below.
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The Latest data collected from the U.S. Census Bureau shows same-sex married couples are less likely than heterosexual couples to be the same age and the same race, according to the 2021 one-year American Community Survey. […]
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Eliazar Posada — along with other candidates for office — wanted to find a way to bring younger voters to the polls for the 2023 Carrboro municipal election. […]
COMMUNITY – THIS WEEK
Democrats are considering a lawsuit against GOP redistricting plans that U.S. Rep. Alma Adams called “explicit political pornography.” […]
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