Wanna see something scary? The Atlantic created an interactive map that displays how median income has changed during the past 30 years, by county.
This is what Minnesota looks like with regard to Empty Nesters, an older and less diverse population than average, with plenty of retirees on fixed incomes. That means they don’t spend a whole lot and they account for a huge percentage of health care costs. Demographics is destiny:
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