But, here's the Wall Street Journal speaking:
As it happens, most of California's outward-bound migrants are low- to middle-income, with relatively little education: those typically employed in agriculture, construction, manufacturing, hospitality and to some extent natural-resource extraction. Their median household income is about $40,000—two-thirds of the statewide median—and about 95% earn less than $80,000. Only one in 10 has a college degree, compared with 30% of California's population. Roughly 40% of the people leaving are Hispanic.The article goes on to say that while CA's low income workers are moving, they're going to states like TX to find work!!
I say, come on in! TX has a big tent, unlike CA.