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Old 10-31-2012, 08:32 AM
 
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Apparently, for the Ohio Valley region, Louisville (along with Pittsburgh) is the place to go for young adults.


New report: Louisville, NOT Portland, is best U.S. city at luring and retaining educated young people




"....According to Jurjevich and Schrock’s research, which draws heavily on Census Bureau data (as you might have guessed), this obscure southern town called “Louisville” is doing a better job of attracting and keeping college-educated people under 40 years old.

The researchers studied Census data from 1980 to 2010, focusing on people ages 21 to 39, with college degrees.

As you can see in the chart above, Louisville trumps Portland and Seattle at “Demographic Effectiveness,” or getting non-natives to settle here, though the report never quites explains the methodology...."

I also gave Louisville a look because I received several favorable reviews of the region from family and friends that have either lived there or visited extensively. Ultimately I decided on Cincinnati though because I found out that allergy sufferers have a terrible time in the Louisville area. Apparently it is one of the worst cities to live in if you have allergies.
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Old 11-01-2012, 10:09 PM
 
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Here's a look at some of the criteria Millenials are employing when choosing where to live.

Do Millennials Want to Call Your City

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Old 11-02-2012, 07:39 AM
 
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Here's a look at some of the criteria Millenials are employing when choosing where to live.

Do Millennials Want to Call Your City

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Nice article. While I am in no way a Hipster or young enough to be called a Millenial it appears as though I share a couple of common traits with those people. Usually I move to a place and then start to look for work. And I can't afford to live in my home region of Connecticut because the cost of living is just too high to be able to get ahead or established with the wages I'll be earning at work.
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