For years, a prevailing knock on Miami has been that the young and educated move away in a perpetual brain drain to towns with more diverse, tech-driven economies. Sure, the Magic City is lovely, they said, if you want to work in real estate or restaurants.
Well, a new study throws cold water on that idea. In fact, its authors found, Miami's share of 25 to 34 year-olds with a college degree has leapt by nearly 25 percent in the past decade. And a huge percentage of those new residents are living near the urban core.More »