State losing high-earning millennials, study shows

In recent years, an increasing number of high-earning millennials have vacated the Empire State for opportunities in other corners of the nation. The loss of residents under the age of 35, with a salary upwards of $100,000 per year, seems to be common for our region when examining U.S. population data from the past several years. A wider range of housing choices is needed to retain and attract talent and to ensure the future of our workforce and region remains promising.

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