Whether because of a lack of jobs, or a high cost of living, Americans are fleeing these twenty cities (identified by Bloomberg) for greener pastures in other parts of the country. Interestingly, as middle-income Americans are forced out of some cities by high housing costs, they are being replaced by immigrants who don’t mind living cheek-by-jowl in packed houses. The trend increases population in the cities, but not of natural born Americans.
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