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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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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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