Friday, July 21, 2006

Young College Grads

Last week, Fester, who may be the illegitimate progenitor of this blog, pondered the meaning of a map I put up two weeks ago on where college students lived within the city. His comments lead one to wonder where young college graduates are, vice where the college students live. So this is what you get when you ask where college graduates (bachelors degree or higher) age 18-34 live within the city. Not all that different from the students per se, but different enough to ponder some more. Note that clicking on the image will give you a larger PDF version of same.


Blogger fester said...

I think the most notable difference between these two maps are the diffusion of college graduates versus the concentration of college students... just take a look at college grads actually live in the Strip, or Regent Square or Brookline versus college students (almost nil) sure there is a high proportion of college grads in Shadyside, Squirrel Hill, Northshore and Manchester, but the hyper concentrations are overwhelmingingly on the student map.

Tuesday, July 25, 2006 9:32:00 AM  
Blogger John Morris said...

I think the colleges themselves here have been very reluctant to integrate their facilities into the city and maybee spread them out more.

In NY, there is so much integration and exchange between the city and the schools. NYU, FIT, Cooper Union, Hunter, John Jay, Parsons, SVA and the like are integrated into the fabric of the city. A lot of the schools that used to have campuses further out are now opening annexes in the city. Both Fordam and ST. John,s have done that.

In Pittsburgh, the ivory tower is what it's all about.

Friday, July 28, 2006 10:27:00 AM  
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