A market that was once dominated by one family and its three children has evolved into an enclave of around 300 families, which is now dominated by three, according to a new study.
The Amish community in the US, which includes Wisconsin, Michigan and Indiana, is not the largest in the country.
The median household income for the entire country in 2012 was $47,936, according the Census Bureau, a fact that is well-known to many Americans.
However, Amish have historically enjoyed a lower unemployment rate than most other American groups, and the community has seen an increase in the number of births over the past two decades.
The researchers analysed data on population from census tracts that included a population of more than 100,000 people in each of the states, using data from the 2011 Census, which showed the number, median income and number of children.
They found that the Amished population in Wisconsin, where the largest Amish population is located, is now about a third smaller than the number in New York, which has about 30,000 Amish people.
The median household of the Amishes in the area is $30,732, according a census tract analysis.
It is also about a quarter smaller than that in Michigan, which had about 37,000.
Amish children in the region are more likely to have higher incomes than those in the rest of the state.
However, the AmISH in Wisconsin are also less likely to be employed, less likely than the rest to have a high school education, and less likely (although not completely) to own a home.
The authors of the report also found that although the Amishers have a higher rate of poverty than other Americans, they are also much less likely at one time or another to be incarcerated, to be unemployed, to live in poverty, to have health problems, to drink alcohol, to engage in any of the other major risk factors associated with substance abuse, such as mental illness, substance abuse and other health problems.
“Our study is consistent with the Amishing population’s increasing status in the broader US population and with their growing economic importance to the region,” the report authors said.
“It also demonstrates the potential of the region’s Amish-American community for a greater economic, social, and environmental impact than any other US-based community.”
This report is an important contribution to our understanding of how and why the Amishly have developed and thrived in the face of the challenges and opportunities that they have faced over the last two centuries.
“Aboriginal and Inuit communities are more numerous in Canada than the Amists, but the Amites in Wisconsin have traditionally been the dominant Amish family.
The new study found that by 2025, the proportion of Amish households in Wisconsin would drop to 35.6 per cent, down from 40.3 per cent in 2020.
The Amish in Michigan would drop from 28.4 per cent to 21.5 per cent.
The decline of the community in Wisconsin is especially striking because the Amies have historically been much more prosperous than the average American household, according an article in The Economist.”
We found that as the Amends lost income, their median household wealth fell by almost $10,000 over the decade from about $55,000 in 2010 to about $33,000 today,” the authors said in the article.”
The decline in wealth among Amish is driven by a sharp decline in average income over the decades.
“The study was published in the journal, Population Research.