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Weatherhead’s Daniel Shoag comments on educated workers moving to more affordable areas of the US

Coastal cities priced out low-wage workers. Now college graduates are leaving, too.
The New York TimesDaniel Shoag, associate professor of economics at Weatherhead School of Management, commented on the trend of educated workers moving from expensive markets to more affordable parts of the country. “Migration patterns for lower-education workers make complete sense,” Shoag said. “For college-educated workers, it’s more of a puzzle.”