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“Other advantages of these smaller markets include lower operating and cost-of-living expenses compared to primary markets, which often helps to offset part of the cost of relocation or expansion. For example, unlike competitive talent markets in the Bay Area and Los Angeles, Las Vegas, which is experiencing high population and employment growth, is a place that offers a low cost of doing business and living, along with access to a new talent pool. “Elements like this could transform the landscape and provide a trail ending in secondary cities,” Chang says.”