More people leave Greater Washington than move here.

From The Washington Business Journal: When the nation’s economy is bad, people stay in the Washington region. But when times are good across the country, Greater Washington sees more residents leave than move here, a trend that is only increasing — and one that bodes poorly for the region’s ability to attract top talent and

Migration in the Washington Region

The below is a summary of  Migration in the Washington Region: Trends between 2000 and 2015 and Characteristics of Recent Migrants. View Full Report as PDF › View Executive Summary as PDF › Between 2000 and 2016, the population in the Washington region increased from 4.86 million people to 6.13 million people. This change was

Even if it loses Amazon HQ2, Greater Washington is already a winner

From The Washington Business Journal: Amazon’s HQ2 has become a Super Bowl of sorts, with prognosticators, odds and, eventually, a winner. And Washington seems to be as prime a contender as one could be in a season that’s less than a week old. Since Amazon announced Sept. 7 it is seeking to build a second headquarters to

Could Amazon’s Second Headquarters Come To Washington?

From The Kojo Nnamdi show: Amazon is searching for a second company headquarters, where it plans to invest $5 billion in construction and operation and will hire as many as 50,000 full-time workers. North American cities have until October 19 to make their pitches. Could a city in the Washington region be the right fit?

Baby boomer retirement wave opens up big business opportunities

From The Washington Business Journal: When The Who released “My Generation” in 1965, proudly sneering, “I hope I die before I get old,” the band probably wasn’t thinking about all the opportunities that come with age. And there are plenty to be had now that the baby boomer generation The Who was talking about is,