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Is California’s expensive housing scaring away job seekers?

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KPCC-FM interviewed Raphael Bostic of the USC Price School about the high-cost of housing, and that it might push certain workers out of state and affect the California economy.

USC public policy professor Raphael Bostic said if housing costs continue to push certain workers out of state, California’s economic growth could be affected.

“If the pressures continue, do they just say this California isn’t the California I thought it was?” Bostic asked. “I don’t think it’s in California’s interest to have more and more people facing that choice.”


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