Breakfast links: How DC’s population has changed in the COVID era | Greater Greater Washington

March 18, 2022
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On March 16, 2022, the D.C. Policy Center’s article, Demographic shifts in the District of Columbia following the COVID-19 pandemic, was cited by Greater Greater Washington:

Educated young adults have left DC at historic levels during the pandemic and are no longer moving to the District at the rate of years past. DC also lost workers in key industries, particularly those with more remote-eligible jobs.  (Bailey McConnell / DC Policy Center)  

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