US job growth is shifting from “superstar” cities to sprawling metro regions and the suburban periphery.


The trends in job creation, particularly in technology, are not nearly as favorable to the “superstar” (cities) as some urbanists imagine. If one looks at data, not press releases, a more nuanced picture emerges, with much of the fastest growth—including in tech—shifting dramatically not to the elite, dense urban centers but to more sprawling regions and the suburban periphery.


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September 26, 2019

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