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Brain gain in the News
- Rural area attracting younger residents
- Going rural: Quality of life and slower pace driving younger people to small communities
- Itasca County brain gain
- Local residents discuss reversing 'brain drain'
- Many rural counties, including in the Dakotas, are seeing a 'brain gain' trend
- Redefining the Rural Narrative
- Rural newcomers: Young, educated, there by choice
- Brain gain or drain?
- TPT Almanac Program
- Don't believe what you've heard about brain drain: Rural America's been gaining young, smart adults
- Finding a Brain Gain
- New University research disproves the myth of rural 'brain drain'
- Brain Gain Stories on MPR's Ground Level
- A rural brain gain Worthington Daily Globe (includes local data)
- Some urban adults returning to rural Minnesota
- Rural Minnesota counties still seeing brain gain (yes, with a "g")
- Study: Rural Minnesota experiencing a 'brain gain'
- Newcomers mean 'brain gain' for rural Minnesota
- Kids may leave, but rural Minnesota benefits from 'brain gain' among 30- and 40-somethings
- Relationship between brain gain and broadband in rural areas
- Burgh Diaspora - Economic Development From Geographic Mobility
- Community and family, not professional skills, drives moves to the country, U of M study shows
- Yellow Medicine County doing OK in recession
- New Richland renews effort to market free lots to new settlers
- Is there a youth 'brain drain' in rural Minnesota?