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cle and other urban centers are attracting increasing numbers of young people, says nyt

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The Times reports that as the population as a whole has become less mobile, “young, college-educated people continue to move at a high clip — about a million cross state lines each year, and these so-called young and the restless don’t tend to settle down until their mid-30s. Where they end up provides a map of the cities that have a chance to be the economic powerhouses of the future.”

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