“Cities like New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles, have always attracted Millennials looking to get their start. But factors such as rising realestate prices and stiff job competition have sent Millennials migrating to other places in the U.S.
So where are they heading to exactly? We’re glad you asked.”
Cities like New York and Washington, DC, have always attracted young people looking to get their start.
But factors such as rising real-estate prices and stiff job competition have sent millennials searching for other places in the US to call home.
We rounded up the cities and towns that millennials have moved to in droves over the past few years, using data from personal-finance company SmartAsset, real-estate-analytics firm RCLCO, and mortgage-software company Ellie Mae …[read the full at article www.businessinsider.com]