Development Follows Young Talent to Burgeoning Metros in California, Texas

Development Follows Young Talent to Burgeoning Metros in California, Texas

As job growth in the energy and technology sectors continues to outpace new employment opportunities in the traditional strongholds of finance and legal services, the ranking of major U.S. population centers is beginning to shift. While cities like New York, San Francisco and Washington, D.C., still attract tens of thousands of new residents on a yearly basis, it is places like Houston and Austin, Texas, and San Jose, Calif., that are growing fastest.

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