Madison, Chicago top destinations for young people leaving Milwaukee area

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Last updated on July 29th, 2022 at 01:24 pmNearly 30% of Milwaukee area children who lived in the area at age 16 lived in another area by the time they reached the age of 26, according to research released Monday by the Census Bureau. With 71% of those who grew up in the region still

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