We thought the drug-and-corruption laden city portrayed in
was the only image New Yorkers had of Baltimore.
But that might change. The New York Times recently published a list
of the top cities with the most college graduates and the ranking places Baltimore/Towson No. 13. Our neighbor Washington, D.C., topped the list. San Jose, Calif., Bridgeport, Conn., San Francisco and Madison, Wis., rounded out the top five.
The Times analyzed data from the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program to come up with the list. It also ran a companion article
that says that cities that don't retain college graduates will be left behind.
"A small number of metro areas vacuum up a large number of college graduates, and the rest struggle to keep those they have," the article states.
Baltimore, can you hear the sucking sound?