The ‘Zoom Boom’ Can’t Save the Midwest
July 8, 2021 /
Although remote work has opened up new housing possibilities for many Americans, data indicates that migration flows to ‘heartland’ cities have been relatively modest.
The outflow of people from dense, high-cost urban metro areas accelerated in 2020, the flows were rather modest in most cases (with the exceptions of the Bay Area, New York, and Seattle). What’s more, most of the moves were short to moderate distances, often to nearby counties—not the nation’s interior.”
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