Based on the population growth, urbanization and economic transformation of the last two
decades, how might Texas change in the next two decades?
Since the industrial revolution, the transformation of human society has greatly influenced the
economic growth of various states which has been associated with various advancements such as
urbanization, globalization, and industrialization. These dimensions have close relations with
each other and therefore they ensure a complete economic transformation. Industrialization
results in the direct output of economic advancement which further gives impetus to a robust
urbanization process. Generally, vigorous economic growth enhances the growth and expansion
of digital industries as well as the increase of the urban population. Population growth,
urbanization and economic transformation are major factors that can have positive or negative
change to the state of Texas.
Today, Texas is considered to be the second most populous state in the US, as well as the
second-largest state, occupying more than 261,000 square miles (Feldman, Stanley, & Zaller,
278). The state’s population is has diversified in the last two decades, comprising of different
ethnic races. In the last two years, its population was estimated to be over twenty-eight million.
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