By tracking and analyzing trends in topics that affect our quality of life, Compass gives everyone in our state – policymakers, business and community leaders, and concerned individuals who live and work here – a common foundation to act on issues to improve our communities. More >
Minnesota's proportion of foreign-born residents working has been increasing since 1990, and now stands at 72 percent. That's lower than the proportion of native-born adults working (77%), but the gap has been narrowing since 1990.
Through 2050, the population of greater Minnesota is expected to grow by 32,000 residents (+1%), while the population of the Twin Cities 7-county region is expected to grow by 817,000 residents (+26%).
At 67,000 residents, Minnesota’s largest foreign-born population by country of birth is from Mexico.
Across Minnesota’s counties, rates of uninsurance range from three percent in Carver County to ten percent in Nobles County.
Median household income falls below the statewide median for single females with children, other female-headed families, and nonfamily households.
View a statewide listing of racial equity programs and training providers serving faith communities, civic organizations, educational institutions, and anyone working to combat racism and increase cultural competence.
The older adult population is large – and growing!
Recent articles highlighting key trends and issues:
Blue Cross and Blue Shield
of Minnesota Foundation
Otto Bremer Trust
Greater Twin Cities United Way
The Jay & Rose Phillips Family
Foundation of Minnesota
The McKnight Foundation
Community Leadership Fund
of The Minneapolis Foundation
Northwest Minnesota Foundation
The Saint Paul Foundation
Wells Fargo Foundation Minnesota
Amherst H. Wilder Foundation