Oklahoma Continues 'Bleeding' College Graduates
Oklahoma’s population growth rate is at its lowest since 1990 according to new study from the Kansas City Federal Reserve. That’s because Oklahoma lost more residents to other states than it gained over the past three years, with college graduates leading the way.
“Even in the best times we've had in 30 years, still we're slowly bleeding folks with bachelor's degrees,” said economist Chad Wilkerson, who led the research.
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