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You Should Get Out More: Families Are Fleeing From These US Cities

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You Should Get Out More: Families Are Fleeing From These US Cities

You Should Get Out More: Families Are Fleeing From These US Cities

A new study has identified the cities where the most American families with children are choosing to leave.

Some of the biggest and most expensive US cities like New York City, Los Angeles, and Chicago took the top spots.

But according to Business Insider, other, smaller cities also found families leaving.

Those included Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; and Bridgeport, Connecticut.

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