Young professionals are flocking to Twin Cities

We've got jobs and a lower cost of living than many of the hot places-to-be, such as San Francisco, and those facts are luring thousands of college grads.
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We've got jobs and a lower cost of living than many of the hot places-to-be, such as San Francisco, and those facts are luring thousands of college grads.

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