Thursday, April 05, 2012

So much to parse, so little time

Below is just another way to look at some of the data just out.  I'll just point out there was a time we were not only last in a benchmarking like this, but last by a very large measure.  Literally off this scale of chart if I were to go try to recreate a version for say the  1982 to 1983 period. 

Actually. Let's think about that. If you want to benchmark it, net domestic migration likely peaked for the region around -50,000 at that time.  With a regional populationthen of ~2.6 million the net migration per 10K number works out to a -190 give or take.  Now go look at that graphic again. 


Anonymous DBR96A said...

The remarkable thing is, all the MSAs listed above Pittsburgh are known high-growth MSAs, and even some of them immediately below Pittsburgh are as well.

Thursday, April 05, 2012 6:20:00 PM  

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