Demographic Wars College Grads Flock to New Cities
As technology gives college graduates more flexibility to live and work where they choose and cultural offerings become more standardized nationwide, it would be natural for young Americans to move in greater numbers to less popular cities with lower costs of living. In fact, those shifts are already happening.
Demographic Wars Oligeeks Square Off Against Brown Jobs
Houston and the San Francisco Bay Area are quickly becoming two of the most powerful cities in the country. So far both have grown without bumping into each other, but a conflict might be coming.
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