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Viktor Simco

Statistics show there is a decrease in younger urban residents than years prior, with many leaving in pursuit of affordable housing, better schools.

According to the US Census Bureau, a handful of US cities (including NY, Chicago, Houston, SF, Las Vegas, and DC) lost tens of thousands of Millennial and younger Gen X residents last year. Cities with more than 500,000 people collectively lost 27,000 residents age 25 to 39 in 2018, a noticeable population decline for the fourth consecutive year.

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