Denver is the #2 ‘millennial boomtown’ in the nation

The Denver Business Journal notes that, according to a new report from MagnifyMoney, Denver is only second to San Francisco for cities popular with millennials.

“From 2011-2016, the five-year period for the study, Denver’s millennial population increased by 18.7 percent. The Mile High City’s millennial workforce grew by 27.9 percent to 378,772 workers, the second-highest increase in the country during the period. Raleigh’s unemployment rate fell from 9.1 percent to 4.9 percent, a 46.3 percent decrease, while the median annual salary rose 13.1 percent to $32,243.”

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