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Via Wall Street Journal (full article here) –
TV viewership is dropping across all age demographics, of course, as cord-cutting and cord-shaving pick up, and online video grows in popularity.
And younger people have always watched less TV than older groups — that’s why advertisers generally pay a premium to reach them.
WalletHub.com recently did a study titled “2015’s Best & Worst Cities to Start a Career”. The study looked at 150 U.S. cities and used 19 key metrics to find out how cities ranked for young people starting a career.
One stat that popped out was Fort Wayne, Indiana being in the Top Five for housing affordability.
One being the best and 150 being the worst, Indianapolis graded out at 92 and Fort Wayne was 103.