Even major news media, business, and other supposedly leading organizations don't get the 21st century. Here's a good example.
The Minneapolis Star Tribune, and presumably lots of other news media, did a story on what cities people are moving to. The two top ones: San Antonio and Phoenix. The two big losers in population: New York and Los Angeles.
But that's the wrong question. And Minneapolis ought to know better. The true test of a city's economic future is not high school grads and retired people, but college educated people. Minneapolis' future is tied to college grads, which is why it is doing so well.
The Wall Street Journal, though, asked what cities college grads are moving to. Yes, New York and Los Angeles are in the top 3. In fact, here's the list, the same list (plus Portland) of 21st century American cities NineShift has been citing for years.
Where college graduates move to: