Why Americans Are Rethinking Where They Want to Live
“People are asking deep questions about how and where they want to live,” says Richard Florida of the University of Toronto, who observes a “great unmooring” in Americans’ thinking about their location.
Migration is following two trends, both of which existed before the pandemic. First, people have been leaving large, dense, expensive urban cores for smaller, less-dense cities and suburbs. Second, people and companies have been moving to warm, low-tax states in the South and Southwest
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