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The Economics and Statistics Office earlier this year released its COVID-19 passenger departure survey report. In it, the ESO breaks down Cayman’s population as of June. It also details who left Cayman on emergency flights during the pandemic.
Do you support the idea of Cayman's population increasing to 100,000?
If it’s likely that Cayman will boast a population of 100,000 within the next 10 to 20 years, the country’s leaders must map out every detail relating to how potential infrastructural, environmental and cultural issues are accounted for and mitigated.
We hear from Cayman Compass All-Access subscribers to find out what they think of population and the related development in the Cayman Islands.
A series of aerial images of Cayman through the decades shows how quickly the island has changed and how dramatically that has impacted the landscape.
Cayman's rapid growth has had a staggering impact on the island over the past 60 years. We look at the consequences of that growth and discuss new ways of doing things as Cayman continues to grow.
As part of our ongoing Cayman 2.0 series, the Compass this week is looking at development and population in the Cayman Islands. The idea...
COVID-19 may have caused a dip in Cayman's population but the long-term trajectory of the island is one of exponential growth. In a special feature we look at the benefits and the challenges of such rapid growth and ask whether the upward curve will resume in the post COVID-19 world.
If Cayman’s population growth rate resumes its pre-COVID growth rate, the island will be home to 100,000 people by 2031.
Cayman's population as of June fallen to an estimated 64,958, down from 69,914 at the end of 2019.
Cayman’s population has decreased by almost 3,500 since the borders officially closed because of COVID-19, with around 4,500 people leaving the island and just over 1,000 coming in.
Premier Alden McLaughlin said there is no deliberate policy by his administration to increase both the population and the number of work permits.
It is good that Premier McLaughlin has correctly recognized the increasingly cosmopolitan makeup of our growing society, and the growing diversity among the Caymanian half of our population.
The number of Caymanians living here has increased by 70 percent within the past two decades, with the majority of those being “new” Caymanians, Premier Alden McLaughlin told a Commonwealth Parliamentary Association conference Tuesday.
There are nearly 8,000 more people living in the Cayman Islands than there were five years ago, according to government labor statistics released last week.
Employment and total population in the Cayman Islands hit record highs in 2016, with 40,411 people working and 61,361 people residing here at year’s end, according to figures from the Economics and Statistics Office’s labor force surveys and its 2016 annual report.
While many have made a lot of money in the fortune-telling business, there are only a few true “visionaries” whose powers of prediction end up being vindicated by history.
Cayman’s overall population has increased despite a 12 percent decline in the number of permanent residents on the islands between fall 2014 and fall 2015.
In its Labour Force Survey Report for Spring 2015, Cayman’s Economics and Statistics Office provides mid-year estimates for population numbers in the districts. North Side’s...
According to Cayman’s Economics and Statistics Office, Bodden Town is the second most populated district of the Cayman Islands, which has a total estimated...