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  • May 22, 2015 | National Journal

    Fastest-Growing U.S. Cities Import Their College Graduates

    These gaps "increase social segregation where recruiting for the higher-skill jobs is done in a world that is almost invisible to people who are outside of it, even if they are living there," says Victor Rubin, PolicyLink's vice president of research.

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  • May 20, 2015 | National Journal

    Education Gaps Pose Looming Crisis for U.S. Economy

    Fewer working-age African-Americans than whites hold four-year college degrees in all but one of the nation's 150 largest metropolitan areas, according to a new Next America analysis of data from the massive National Equity Atlas.

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  • April 24, 2015 | KGO 810 News

    Study Shows San Francisco Getting Less Diverse

    A new study shows that the Bay Area as a whole is becoming more and more diverse, but San Francisco is not following the trend. The demographic profile of the Bay Area by PolicyLink shows that minority racial groups are the majority in all five Bay Area counties except for Marin.

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  • April 24, 2015 | San Francisco Chronicle

    Study finds S.F.’s ethnic diversity dwindling

    But a recent study says that if trends continue, San Francisco is headed in the opposite direction. In fact, the report from PolicyLink, a research and advocacy organization in conjunction with a University of Southern California program, says the white population in San Francisco is on a steady...

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