MSU researchers conduct research to better understand why young adults choose to move to rural Montana
It’s common to hear about young adults choosing not to live in rural Montana, but what often goes undiscussed are the reasons young adults do choose to move to rural parts of the state, according to Montana State University researcher Sarah Schmitt-Wilson.
“There’s a huge misconception that young adults are not actively choosing to live in rural Montana,” said Schmitt-Wilson, assistant teaching professor in the College of Education, Health and Human Development’s Department of Education.
by Anne Cantrell, MSU News Service
Young, Educated, and Choosing Rural: An Exploration of the Factors Related to Young Adults Choosing to Move to Rural Communities