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New York, LA And Chicago Keep Losing Workers To The Sun Belt

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America’s three largest cities all lost population last year, while many Sun Belt cities continue to grow. But while economists typically point to population growth as the sign of a healthy city, the trend is not seen as doom and gloom for business and development in gateway markets. 

“For long-term economic vitality, population growth is a crucial factor,” said Branner Stewart, a senior research manager at the University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute. “On the surface, having declines raises eyebrows about long-term growth, and now that we’re this far into the economic cycle, Americans are now becoming more comfortable moving elsewhere in the country than they were during the recession.”

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