Young adults flee big cities for small town life

Young adults are increasingly leaving bigger cities behind and setting up home in smaller towns, according to an analysis of data from the U.S. Census Bureau. The Wall Street Journal reports that an average of 30,000 people aged between 25 and 29 have departed from big cities each year since 2014. In addition, smaller cities

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Remote workers fleeing big cities for lower living costs

A growing number of Americans who work from home are leaving big cities for smaller, more affordable towns in order to be able to buy a home. Indeed, the growth of remote work means many people have far more options about where they choose to live, the Wall Street Journal reported in an article this

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