Upstate N.Y. struggles as more leave than move in

(Associated Press) Melissa Grothues and John Steele bailed from Buffalo last year.

Dissatisfied with their bank jobs, the 25-year-old college graduates sold the house in suburban Amherst, posted ads for possessions on Craigslist and drove cross country to San Diego for a fresh start.

“We were ready for a bigger city and to move on. There just weren’t many opportunities in Buffalo, job-wise,” Grothues said. “It just seemed like day-to-day there, every single person that I worked with would be miserable.”

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