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Professionals who return to Rochester a great asset (access required)

I moved to Rochester in 1995, making me a “transplant.” The pride for my beloved, adopted home comes from the same wellspring I see present in other transplants. We are experiencing a new phenomenon with younger adults returning to our area after college and starting a career in other places. They, too, have an appreciation, passion ...

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