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Say what you will about their obsession with TikTok and memes, but Gen Z hasn’t necessarily had it easy. Years of their youth were overshadowed by the pandemic and now they’re at the mercy of a confusing labor market, with inflation on a rampage and a recession in play.
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What’s a Gen Zer caught up in the storm of a turbulent economy to do? Abandon the big (and likely expensive!) city life, for one.
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According to a new survey from Glassdoor, Gen Zers are more satisfied living in smaller, cheaper cities. Here’s where they’re headed in droves, in order of popularity:
Scottsdale, AZ. Arlington, VA.Boise, ID.The only exception to the small city rule is San Francisco; Gla …