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Some 6.2 million, or one-eighth, of the 1975 nonmetro population lived in metro areas 5 years earlier. Metro/nonmetro migrants more than replaced the 5.1 million persons moving in the opposite direction, except among young adults, blacks, and the college educated. In their occupation, industry, and income attributes, migrants did not have a negative impact on the Nonmetro population. High proportions were in white-collar occupations and industries, and average income was no less than that of the total nonmetro population. Nor did the non metro population suffer in exchanges with metro areas

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