The New Jersey counties that are growing (or shrinking) the fastest

March 25, 2016

According to James Hughes, dean of the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University, New Jersey has seen a “new demographic normal” since 2010 as people step away from the suburbs they once clamored for, and instead move into the cities.

“Places such as Hudson County, Union County and Bergen County are now the growth leaders in New Jersey,” Hughes said. “Urban areas are favored over suburban and rural areas.”

NJ1015.com, March 25

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