FAST FIVE: Young People Are Rushing To Leave Big Cities In Favor Of "Less Infected" Suburbia
Now, it looks as though the younger generation is following the cues of the older generation and doing the same.
The effects could be pronounced, especially since the younger generation was responsible for the boom in many US cities over the last decade. That includes people like Desiree Duff, who Bloomberg highlighted late last week.
She said: “Not knowing what my future there looks like does make me reconsider.
She was stuck with a $4,900/month rent bill and no clue what to do. “There were a lot of calls with my family to talk out everything and ask for advice/cry,” she said.
said the difficulty of breaking leases could slow the pain in starter apartments.