Full and original article posted on Worcester Business Journal Online
Central Massachusetts stakeholders are taking a hard look at how to woo more new graduates to stay awhile after they graduate from Worcester-area colleges and universities.
According to the Central Massachusetts Talent Retention Project, a survey published by the Worcester Regional Research Bureau in August, 33 percent of those who received their degrees in 2014 planned to live in Central Massachusetts after finishing school. Of those, 18 percent said they would live in Worcester, while 15 percent said they would live elsewhere in Central Massachusetts. Meanwhile, 23 percent prefer living closer to Boston.
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