Looking at Graduate Schools in Detroit Rock City, or Detroit Metal City? I prefer Kiss's version of Detroit myself. Detroit came upon some hard times losing 25% of its population in a ten year span from 2000 to 2010 as the auto industry eroded. Detroit is making a comeback and you can be a part of it! There is a very lively cultural scene in Detroit starting well before the Motown moniker recognizing Detroit strong musical roots. Detroit music include many notable such as John Lee Hooker, Berry Gordy, Jr. the founder of Motown Records, Aretha Franklin, Bob Seger, Ted Nugent, Alice Cooper, Kiss, Eminem, rappers Big Sean and Danny Brown, and The White Stripes. Today Detroit's population of young professionals is growing and attracting new businesses into town. Companies such as J.P. Morgan, Meijer, and Wholefoods are investing successfully in Detroit helping it's resurgence.
Detroit has a 2013 census estimated population of 688,701 with the Detroit metro area coming in with 5.2 million people. The median age in Detroit is 34.7 years of age. The median family income in Detroit in 2013 was $26,325. Bachelor's degree or higher, percent of persons age 25 years+, 2009-2013 for Detroit was 12.7% so plenty of opportunities for your graduate degree to make a difference. The average temperature in Detroit is 22.9°F in January and very nice 72.3°F in July.
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