Why do people move away? The obvious answer is: opportunity. Many assume that better job options incite talent to relocate. But studies and trends show that the answers are usually more complicated than simply the chance for higher paying work. Family, social amenities, livability, environment, education, culture, density of peers and even public transportation can play an important role in why someone chooses to move to or from a place.
Last week Concentrate
invited local blogger Mark Maynard to bring his "Exit Interview" to a live audience by interviewing a panel of folks with plans to leave Ann Arbor. It was a fascinating and dynamic conversation.