Over the past generation, high-cost cities such as New York and San Francisco have been transformed by rising inequality and high housing costs in a winner-take-all economy. The past couple of years, though, are different. New economic realities, with service workers’ wage growth outpacing overall wage growth and big tech companies increasingly looking to diversify…
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