A report recently released by the U.S. Cenus Bureau named Austin as the 11th largest city in the country, jumping two spots from 13th in 2011. In the year between July 2011 and July 2012, over 25,000 people moved to Austin. The newcomers helped increase the population to 842,592 from 820,611 in 2011.  Mayor Lee Leffingwell says he isn’t surprised by the new numbers and calls the growth in the area steady. According to the City of Austin’s Demographer RyanRobinson, those moving to Austin are young, recent college graduates and retiring baby boomers. “[The] gravitational pull that we exert for the young and the talented, and the well-educated, that really is our sweet spot,” Robinson says. He told KUT that in terms of jobs and population growth, he doesn’t see the Austin economic engine producing more than it is currently.  Source: Austin Board of Realtors