The real estate in American cities is getting too expensive for almost everyone. “Boston’s pull with college graduates has weakened. Seattle’s edge vanished during the pandemic. And the analysis shows San Francisco, San Jose, Los Angeles and Washington all crossing a significant threshold: More college-educated workers left than moved in.” NYT Upshot (Gift Article): Coastal Cities Priced Out Low-Wage Workers. Now College Graduates Are Leaving, Too. (The bright side? Less traffic for me and more college-educated voters in other states.)