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Correction See correction
The accompanying article has been amended to make clear that the measure used to group towns into the working, mixed, and residential categories is employment to residents ratio and not job density. The “employment to residents ratio” values tend to be smaller than those for “job density” because employments jobs are divided by total resident population instead of resident population aged 16 to 64, but overall trend remains unchanged. Figures for both measures are provided in the accompanying data tables. No other measures are affected.
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