Upward Mobility Happens More Away From Cities
If you're concerned about upward mobility for your kids in today's society, you might want to move. Evidence suggests upward mobility is greater for children who grow up farther away from metro areas.
This goes against the generally accepted belief that people who live near cities have the greater mobility. But Bruce Weber, professor emeritus of applied economics at Oregon State, has figures to back up the rural-mobility case. He visits to talk about research findings he gathered with some colleagues.