“I break things and put them back together again” | 730DC

March 21, 2022
  • D.C. Policy Center
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On March 21, 2022, the D.C. Policy Center’s article, Demographic shifts in the District of Columbia following the COVID-19 pandemic, was cited by 730DC:

Millennial migration: Adults ages 25-34 left DC in record numbers during the pandemic, new data shows. This is worrisome not just because you have to make new friends now*, but because maintaining a net inflow of young adult workers can be crucial to a city’s ability to attract new business and maintain what the D.C. Policy Center calls “strong fiscal health.” 

Read more: “I break things and put them back together again” | 730DC

Related: Demographic shifts in the District of Columbia following the COVID-19 pandemic | D.C. Policy Center

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