Tuesday, January 20, 2015

More Young Adults Stay Put in Biggest Cities

Says WSJ:

Some Americans are actively choosing big-city life. The urban cores of metropolitan areas are growing slightly faster in percentage terms than their suburbs, though many more Americans still move to the suburbs from cities than the other way around.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks to the constant inflation, young people are being forced to make do with less while paying a lot more and thinking it's really what they want after all.

    The so-called "tiny house" movement is a prime example of this; people don't really want small houses they can barely live in. What they really want is to pay less than what the market prices are affording them and the only real means they've been conditioned to think they can get that is if they live in a Home Depot shed, shipping container, or tent in the woods.