Villages, towns and cities across Westchester are aiming to attract millennials to fight aging populations and stagnant economies following the recession, according to lohud.com.
There are more than 75 million people In the age range of 18-to-34 years in the U.S., surpassing the baby boomer generation in 2015, according to The Pew Research Center, lohud.com reported.
In a lohud.com article, Bob Knight, spokesman for the Westchester County Association was quoted about his and the areas efforts to attract young populations. The article also cited a piece in the New York Law Journal by White Plains attorneys about the draw of millennials.
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