Post(s) tagged with "migration"
Interesting to see the migration patterns to and from California.
Forbes assembled an interactive map of American migration, based on data compiled by the IRS from tax returns. It is astounding, the kind of data it tracks, and what it can reveal about the changing demographics of our country.
Migration to cities is now so powerful, so universal, that people will create cities, of sorts, simply through migration—cities that literally consist mainly of the people who inhabit them on a given day.
William Gibson, cited by Aaron Shattuck and Gary Stix in Cities in Fact and Fiction: An Interview with William Gibson: Scientific American
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