Those people will end up paying a ton of income tax, sales tax, and property tax. They are the exact people every city should want to attract. They are the few people that actually pay enough in taxes to cover the services they use.
11% population growth from 2012 to 2016. Spending grew 39% or more than 3x faster than the population. Yet, Seattle city council will talk all day about how there’s a revenue problem, and they need more tax revenue.