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What brain drain? Demographer Wendell Cox crunched census data for 51 metropolitan areas with populations of more than 1 million. … Continue reading

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  Rochester area blacks and Hispanics are lagging behind whites in employment and income, with Hispanics faring slightly better than … Continue reading

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  Fewer teens have jobs. The Brookings Institution found only 26 percent of 16 to 19-year-olds in the U.S. were … Continue reading

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  Rochester is doing pretty well when it comes to high tech jobs. Brookings Institution found Rochester ranks among top … Continue reading

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  The Brookings Institution came out with its “Global Metro Monitor” comparing 300 of the world’s largest cities. I was … Continue reading

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A study from Trulia shows it is cheaper to buy than rent in the 100 largest metropolitan areas of the … Continue reading

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  The Rochester Business Alliance came out with its annual survey asking local companies if they plan to give raises … Continue reading

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Some facts about Rochester workers this Labor Day from my story that aired today on 13WHAM: In 1997, 19 percent … Continue reading

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  There are more jobs available in Rochester for people with college degrees than unemployed workers who meet the requirement, … Continue reading

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Agriculture is big business in New York State, according to a state comptroller’s report.┬áThe state has 36,300 farms that produced … Continue reading

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