There’s Jobs In Californy

Or maybe not

For decades after World War II, California was a destination for Americans in search of a better life. In many people’s minds, it was the state with more jobs, more space, more sunlight, and more opportunity. They voted with their feet, and California grew spectacularly (its population increased by 137 percent between 1960 and 2010). However, this golden age of migration into the state is over. For the past two decades, California has been sending more people to other American states than it receives from them. Since 1990, the state has lost nearly 3.4 million residents through this migration.

3 Responses to “There’s Jobs In Californy”

  1. Gary from Jersey says:

    This should be illegal. The refugees are bringing their Democrat voting habits with them. Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming all have problems with they who will not learn.

  2. JeffS says:

    Tell me about it, Gary. In Washington and Oregon, the Californians have occupied the urban areas west of the Cascades, and a couple places east of it.

  3. nightfly says:

    Let them try to find some hotties. Majority of those are conservative. They also age much better.

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