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Posted on: August 8, 2019

Murfreesboro ranks No. 12 in Top-25 cities where millennials are moving, according to SmartAsset

Where are Millenials Moving

Murfreesboro ranks No. 12 in the Top-25 cities where millennials are moving, according to a recent SmartAsset study using U.S. Census Bureau data.

Millennials are now the largest generation in the workplace and by 2030 they will comprise 75% of the U.S. workforce, according to estimates from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. But some parts of the country, including Murfreesboro, are benefiting from a larger influx of this coveted generation.

To see where Murfreesboro ranks, check out the table below:

Where Are Millennials Moving? 

                                        NET Migration 

1. Dallas, TX                  10,371 

2. Seattle, WA                  8,007

3. Portland, OR                5,586 

4. Columbia, SC              6,554 

6. Norfolk, VA                5,430 

7. Colorado Springs, CO 3,368 

8. San Diego, CA            3,342

9. Clarksville, TN           3,330 

10. Henderson, NV        3,028 

11. Scottsdale, AZ         2,913  

12. Murfreesboro, TN   2,818  

13. St. Paul, MN           2,797 

14. Abilene, TX            2,775

15. Tallahassee, FL      2,671  

16.  Fort Worth, TX      2,417 

17. Lubbock, TX          2,416 

18. Greensboro, NC     2,399 

19.  Phoenix, AZ         2,379 

20.  Manchester, NH   2,344 

21.  Austin, TX          2,256 

22. Minneapolis, MN  2,251 

23. Raleigh, NC         2,249 

24.  Glendale, AZ      2,245 

25. Bellevue, WA     2,244 

Migration data comes from the U.S. Census Bureau.   In its third annual study, SmartAsset analyzed Census Bureau data on migration patterns of people between the ages of 20 and 34 to uncover the cities with the highest net migration of millennials.

The millennial generation has come of age. This cohort is working in a variety of jobs and relocating to different cities. Some cities and states, though, are more popular spots for millennials to move to than others. They could be moving for a variety of reasons. Job opportunities, affordable housing (whether it involves renting or making mortgage payments) and quality of life could all be factors determining where millennials are moving.

Details on the study, including full methodology and key findings, can be found here: https://smartasset.com/mortgage/where-millennials-are-moving-2019

SmartAsset used Census Bureau data to find where exactly millennials are moving. The study looked at immigration and emigration data for 173 cities. 

SmartAsset Study (Link)
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