As cities and regions across the nation compete for skilled talent, Northeast Ohio is experiencing a noticeable transformation as millennials progressively flock to Cleveland’s urban core. In what has been termed the “fifth migration,” Cleveland, like many other mid-sized cities, is beginning to see an influx of young talent moving to vibrant and growing urban centers. This is an encouraging trend for the city and all of Northeast Ohio as the region seeks to attract needed talent to help fuel our economy in the decades to come.
In its 75-year history, the NASA Glenn Research Center has been an essential component of NASA as well as a major contributor to Northeast Ohio. Founded in 1941 as the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory, NASA Glenn has undergone a series of name changes over the years yet one thing has always remained constant: the Center’s ongoing pursuit to innovate new technologies.