Study: Millennials Are Moving to Florida, But Not Miami


As many millennials move out of state, some parts of the country have become more popular spots for their relocation. In a new study, SmartAsset analyzed the most recently available Census Bureau data (2018) on migration patterns of people between the ages of 25 and 39 to uncover the states and cities where millennials are moving and leaving.

Florida ranks as the fifth-most popular state where millennials are moving. Nearly 143,500 individuals between the ages of 25 and 39 moved to Florida in 2018, while only 130,044 moved out of the state. In total, there was a net migration of about 13,415 millennials into the Sunshine State.

Miami, however, bucks the statewide trend. Out of 205 big cities, Miami lost the fifth-most millennials in 2018. To see Miami's migration figures and the other cities millennials are leaving, check out the table below.

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