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Pew: Millennials are staying put more than previous generations




Members of the graduating class and faculty attend the Savannah College of Art and Design commencement in Atlanta.
Members of the graduating class and faculty attend the Savannah College of Art and Design commencement in Atlanta.
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A recent Pew Research Center report has looked at the migration patterns of the Millennial generation, and the results might surprise you.

Despite being mostly unmarried, childless, and living without a mortgage, many in that generation are opting to stay put in one place.

According to the report, 20% of those between the ages of 25 to 35 changed addresses in 2015, compared with 26% of those in the Generation X group when they were asked the same question in 2000.

What factors are driving this trend? Larry speaks with Richard Fry, senior research at Pew who conducted the analysis.

Guests: 

Richard Fry, senior researcher at Pew Research Center behind the new study

Jason Dorsey, founder of the Center for Generational Kinetics, a research firm specializing in Millennials and Gen Z marketing