The Population Rate For 6 Of The U.S.'s Largest Cities Is Picking Up | Exploring Markets

The Population Rate For 6 Of The U.S.'s Largest Cities Is Picking Up

The Great Inversion is a coin termed by author Alan Ehrenhalt.

In its simplest form, it explains the transition happening in America from suburbs to cities. 40 years ago, there was a mass exodus to the suburbs. As highways were built and the American car industry proliferated millions of families bought homes and moved to suburban communities.

Over the last few years, however, this trend has slowly been reversing. More and more people, especially today's youth, are moving back into cities: