The Urbanophile notes that the density of people with college degrees increased fastest in New York County over the last 10 years – and shares a staggering statistic:

Manhattan increased its density of people with college degrees by 7,500 people per square mile in the last decade. That’s just the increase in density of just people with college degrees. That’s more than the total population density of most cities in the United States.

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