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Gen Z and Millennials are becoming college “townies” after graduating. 

Apr 28 2023

Gen Z and Millennials are becoming college “townies” after graduating. According to U.S. Census data, “cities with the highest rate of net migration of adults aged 18 to 24 in 2021 had a common thread — most were metros that are socially, economically, and recreationally influenced by colleges.” Topping that list is Washinton, DC; Columbia, South Carolina; and Boston, Massachusetts where some of the most popular college institutions reside. These young adults are wanting to stay near the peers they connected with during their time in college, so, naturally they’re flocking to big cities and college towns full of people their own age. YPulse’s recent Hobbies & Passions report shows more than a third (39%) of young people tell YPulse they hang out with their friends two to three times a week or more—showing these gens are anything but antisocial. (Business Insider)