City Living On The Downswing

After a population increase in the 1990s, cities are once again losing out to the lure of the suburbs.

"But new Census Bureau estimates to be released today show many cities slipping again. More than two dozen large cities that had been growing a decade ago are shrinking. Fast-growing suburbs with service-sector jobs and more affordable housing are attracting thousands of foreign-born residents who in the past would have started out in the city."

Thanks to Brenda Meyer

Full Story: Cities Losing People After '90s Influx, Census Bureau Finds

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