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Portland: Why 20-somethings are moving in.

by | Oct 5, 2017 | Articles

[two_third_first]According to an article posted in Business Insider recently, “Keep Portland weird – code for keeping it a well-kept secret – might become a challenge for locals as population soars in this Pacific Northwest metropolis”.

Despite an influx of newcomers, Portland prides itself on having a generally “weird” atmosphere where it feels like a small town but still has plenty of big city amenities. The ability to bike, worry free, to the local coffee shop or brewery makes Portland a popular spot for new-to-the-workforce-no-kids-yet Millennials and Hipsters alike. Read more[/two_third_first]

Skilled workers in traditional tech hubs like the Bay Area view Portland as an ideal place to find a job and more affordable living.


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