As the population shifts and evolves, exploring ways to navigate these changes and create a sustainable path forward becomes essential, such is the case in Puerto Rico.
Factors such as birth rates, migration patterns, aging population, and socioeconomic dynamics influence demographic shifts. The island has faced substantial outmigration in Puerto Rico, primarily driven by economic struggles and the aftermath of natural disasters. This has led to a decline in the population, posing critical implications for the island's social fabric, workforce, and overall development. [READ MORE]