S.A. Tops for Young Workers

By Bill O'Neil

A recent report suggests a bright future for the Alamo City--putting San Antonio at the top of cities in which millenials would want to live.  

"It sends a very good message from a workforce perspective" said San Antonio Economic Development Foundation President Mario Hernandez after seeing the report issued by Forbes. He told 550 KTSA News job growth has been a big key to success.

"It's also been a very diverse growth. We've added high quality jobs in the energy--both in oil and gas and renewables" Hernandez said, while also pointing to other growing fields such as I-T.  

Hernandez also said the report dispels the myth that San Antonio has been negatively impacted by a "brain drain" in recent years.  



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