October 9, 2010 at 1:40 pm · Filed under Uncategorized ·Tagged energy, migration
The peak of migration into the state appears to coincide with the crest of the housing/real estate boom. I expect the number for 2010 to be lower than 2009.
[…] The state’s population grew 0.5%, or roughly 21,000 persons, between 2009 and 2010; the slowest rate in many years. Notably, net migration for the state was only 6,400 persons. During boom years, net migration into Oregon was much higher. […]
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