Asians Outnumber Other Foreign Groups Moving to the Inland Empire

It is becoming more common for foreigners to move to Southern California, one in five to be exact, are moving to the area from another state or country. These findings come from the new U.S. Census Bureau data, which followed major metro areas for a 4-year period from 2010 to 2014. One of the regions being studied was a metropolitan area which Read More

Millennials on the Move to the Big Cities

In order to predict future land demand and job growth, we must look into the moving trends of various generations. The most notable trend can be found in the increase of millennials moving to some of the largest U.S. cities. The millennial generation consists of individuals who were born during the early 1980s to the early 2000s. In order to Read More

Projected Economic Growth in the Inland Empire & Victor Valley

In order to predict the demand for land and economic growth, we must look into the economic numbers of major metropolitan areas and other fast growing cities. Although these are just predictions, these numbers are important in forecasting future economic growth. The United States Conference of Mayors sees high growth rates for the Inland Empire, Read More

Inland Empire is Ranked Number Two in Having the Fastest Growing Young Population

As the trend of various generations continues to perplex researchers, we must think about how the behaviors of each generation will affect our economy as a whole. Many experts are suggesting that community colleges and career colleges create more specialized programs in areas with local demand to foster career building skills. The main focus is Read More

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