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“'Millennials were 20.7% of the population in 2010 and have remained the same proportion of the population, which means that they are not ‘flocking’ to Miami-Dade County any more than other age groups are,” said Maria Ilcheva'".

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Former Senior Research Fellow at The Metropolitan Center. His wake is on Friday, June 15th 2017, at 6 pm at John Martin's Irish Pub.

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President and CEO of the Florida Chamber of Commerce confirms the findings of FIU Metropolitan Center research. 36 counties still have not returned to pre-recession employment levels, a sign of an uneven and incomplete recovery.

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"Workforce housing is critical, and to continue economic expansion, we have to retain workers,” said Edward “Ned” Murray, associate director of the Florida International University Metropolitan Center".

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Most Florida counties have not recovered from the recession. President and CEO of the Florida Chamber of Commerce confirms the findings of FIU Metropolitan Center research.

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“This is the most serious public policy issue we are dealing with here in South Florida along with rising sea levels,” said Edward “Ned” Murray, associate director of the Metropolitan Center at Florida International University.

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More than 500 government officials, lenders and builders packed a ballroom at the Palm Beach County Convention Center Wednesday to come up with ideas on how to address a lack of affordable housing they say is hurting employee recruitment efforts and driving younger people to less expensive locations.

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Doral was the fastest-growing large city in Florida during the current decade and eleventh-fastest in the nation in the period, according to new US Census data analyzed by the FIU Metropolitan Center.

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FIU Metropolitan Center's Ralph Rosado discussing the Population Growth infographic highlighting the South Florida fastest-growing cities.

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Recently released population estimates by the U.S. Census Bureau shows that many South Florida cities are among the fastest growing in the state.

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