There is no shortage of cities in America that provide great quality of life to their inhabitants. Whether it’s the natural beauty of a city like Denver or the hustle-and-bustle of a city like New York, there’s something for everyone.
For some reason, however, Americans are leaving cities at record numbers, never before seen. After centuries of movement towards city life, we are for the first time experiencing a move back to suburbs or smaller towns.
A big part of this movement could be the shifting economy, and low price of small-town living. After all, where you work used to determine where you live, whether its was Amazon in Seattle (or one of its new HQs), or Halliburton in Houston. Now, with a changing economy, people are more independent, moving away from these larger cities in droves.