After years of moving away, 20-somethings are coming back to New Hampshire
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When she graduated from college in 2012, Molly Owen wasn’t in a financial position to move into her own apartment, much less out of Massachusetts, where she was living with her father.
Like many graduates during the Great Recession, she spent a couple of years living at home and saving money before finding an apartment with roommates. An apartment of her own, much less a home, seemed out of reach.
But earlier this year Molly and her husband, Alex, moved to New Hampshire. In doing so, they joined a small but significant group of migrants who have reversed a worrisome trend.