Experiences, not family ties, lead Millennials to new cities

April 6, 2016

In this article published on Yahoo Finance, "It seems distance does not make the heart grow fonder – especially if you're between the ages of 18 and 35. A new survey shows nearly half of millennials have relocated as adults to a new city or state due to matters of the heart." 

"More than any generation before them, millennials have the freedom and flexibility to make moves in search of new experiences and opportunities," Dr. Jeffrey Arnett, Research Professor in the Department of Psychology at Clark University, said in the article. "Baby Boomers were the pioneers for postponing adulthood in order to extend the period of lifestyle explorations, but their children have taken it much further."

This story ran in a large number of news outlets, including Bloomberg.com, NBC Right Now, Mississippi News Now, and Morningstar.com.