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RichardC    13

This in from Richard Florida, author of writings about the 'creative class' in America, about which metro areas the educated and 'creative class' are moving to across America..,.

 

http://www.citylab.com/work/2014/06/high-school-dropouts-and-college-grads-are-moving-to-very-different-places/372065/

 

Looks like Greensboro may have overall census gains, but in this report, Winston-Salem is outpacing Greensboro and High Point in attracting educated, artistic, and creative class individuals.  Hence, Winston-Salem is living up to it's moniker:  The City of Arts & Innovation.

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RichardC    13

And this interesting tidbit in this morning's Triangle Business Journal:  Durham and Winston-Salem are the fastest growing in wage increases for the state in the last quarter of 2013, ranking #1 and #2 respectively.

 

http://www.bizjournals.com/triangle/morning_call/2014/06/durhams-average-wage-growth-14th-fastest-in-nation.html

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