- The capital is creating 10 times more private sector jobs than the second fastest growing city, Edinburgh
- For every one public sector job created in London, two have been lost in other cities across the country
- After university, one in three 22 to 30 year olds who move city come to London
- From their early thirties, people begin to move out again as their families start to grow, but 60% of people who move out choose to move to cities in the South East
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