Immigrants are Moving to Smaller Cities – Axios

Immigrants are Moving to Smaller Cities – Axios

From 2014-2017, immigrants contributed nearly 33% of the total population growth in the top 100 U.S. metro areas — and they’re settling in smaller cities that aren’t typically considered immigration hubs, according to new research from New American Economy. Based on the research, many of the top smaller city destinations are struggling with a demographic double whammy: a growing aging population on one hand, and a dwindling young population on the other. Read more.

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