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Many of the Region's Residents Head for Exit

PLANNING: Slow Recovery, State's Condition Spur Moves

Mike Allen, SAN DIEGO BUSINESS JOURNAL

Monday, January 28, 2013

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The exodus is part of a much larger phenomenon that has been occurring throughout California, but particularly from Southern California during the past two decades, said Kelly Cunningham, the economist who wrote the report.
“This out-migration really began here about 2003 as the prices on housing got too high for many people, and has continued over the years and increased as the economy worsened,” Cunningham said.