Find out what the numbers tell us about Seattle and the Pacific Northwest. The Seattle Times' FYI Guy, Gene Balk, and other contributors comb data sets to look at the numbers behind news topics -- especially those that offer insight into the quality of life and cost of living in the Seattle area.

Seattle millennials change homes here more often than anywhere else in U.S.

Liz Finn, center, moves her retired racing greyhound, Bella, out of the way of a moving man who carries a box into Finn’s new apartment in Battery Park City Friday, March 22, 2002, in New York.

In a hypercompetitive rental market, the city’s young people are on the move, looking for cheaper rent, a nicer place or somewhere close to work. They are so mobile, in fact, no other place in the country moves as much.

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