Which Generation Of Workers Moved During The Pandemic?
By now, it is no surprise that the concept of the workplace has been turned on its head over the past year. From the physical office, to work-life balance, everything we once knew about work has been altered.
As a result of this, a 2021 report from Urban Land Institute and PwC found that interest into new homes and single-family real estate has grown among workers, particularly in the suburbs and areas with a lower cost of living.
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However, the ongoing migration among workers has varied across generations. For instance, a survey from software firm Qualtrics revealed that 25% of Gen Z moved away during the pandemic, while only 6% of Baby Boomers reported moving away.
Additionally, 8% of city dwellers stated that they had left their homes for a variety of reasons including: wanting to be closer to family, to have more space and simply being ready for change.
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