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40 Places Young People Are Moving

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15. Norfolk, Virginia
> Young adults who arrived in 2017: 9.9% of population
> Median age: 30.8 years (7.5 yrs less than U.S.)
> Median home value: $194,800
> Unemployment rate: 3.6%

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14. Jackson County, Illinois
> Young adults who arrived in 2017: 10.4% of population
> Median age: 31.4 years (6.9 yrs less than U.S.)
> Median home value: $108,600
> Unemployment rate: 3.8%

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13. Benton County, Oregon
> Young adults who arrived in 2017: 10.4% of population
> Median age: 33.2 years (5.1 yrs less than U.S.)
> Median home value: $288,700
> Unemployment rate: 3.4%

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12. Johnson County, Missouri
> Young adults who arrived in 2017: 10.5% of population
> Median age: 30.4 years (7.9 yrs less than U.S.)
> Median home value: $147,000
> Unemployment rate: 4.0%

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11. Fredericksburg, Virginia
> Young adults who arrived in 2017: 10.9% of population
> Median age: 30.7 years (7.6 yrs less than U.S.)
> Median home value: $341,200
> Unemployment rate: 3.6%

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