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It's Now Clear What Millennials are Looking for in a City

All statistics drawn from full survey commissioned by Our Town America, which can be found here --  Survey Says: What New Mover Data Shows About Millennial New Movers.

#MillennialNewMovers Our Town America Welcoming New Movers Since 1972 Pet Friendly 3 in 5 Millennials have pets, 70% of whom say their pet influences where they move. Walk off the Carbs 57% - More than Half want restaurants and stores within walking distance. Fun in the Sun The Top 3 Qualities of a Millennial dream city are good weather, good scenery & outdoor activities. Looking for Love More than half 57% of single Millennials want a better dating scene in their city. Like a Good Neighbor 80% of Millennials say they’d love a housewarming gift. Convenience Wins More than 2 in 3 Millennials (69%) say they must live within range of delivery services. 80% of Millennial respondents chose against “Big City Life” as their ideal living situation. More than half (58%) of Millennial respondents would move to a city they don’t like for the right job. 71% of Millennials would live in the middle of nowhere for a higher paying job. All statistics drawn from an at-random survey of 500 U.S. Millennials commissioned by Our Town America, the leading New Mover Direct Mail Marketing Franchise known as moving industry experts. Since 1972, Our Town America has been improving local economies by connecting local businesses with new movers.

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