Every year, about 36 million Americans pack their worldly possessions into the back of a car or a u-haul and make their trek to a new home. What many people studying the migration paths of Americans notice, though, is that moving is hardly a state of equilibrium. More people are moving to certain areas than […]
Oklahoma City is an example of a city that is benefiting from this shift into the inland cities. Not only has it outpaced most other cities for growth since about 2011, but in 2013, it was the 12th-fastest growing city. As The New York Times points out, it’s also done something many cities are trying to do: gained the coveted 25 to 34 demographic, experiencing a net gain of millennials who will be making large purchases with homes and cars.
Is there an end in sight to the migration to Oklahoma City? Many see the change as part of a larger movement — people are thinking about whether the traffic and high-costs of big cities like New York and LA are worth it, when cities like Oklahoma City offer a more reasonable pace for living and work.
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