Post Pandemic Population Shift Could Help Places Like San Jose

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Friday, May 22nd
Once the Coronavirus pandemic eases there could be a shift in the population.

Many who are now living and working in densely populated cities could be moving to areas more spread out.

The San Jose could benefit from this according to a new study done by Moody's Analytics. 

For more, KCBS news anchors Jeff Bell and Patti Reising spoke with Adam Kamins, Director at Moody's Analytics and Senior Regional Economist, who did the study.