Millennial Men Will Move for Wife’s Job

Apr 1, 2014 – In a recent nationwide survey Mayflower found that 72 percent of Millennials would support a move for the wife’s job, but only 37 percent of pre-Boomers and 59 percent of Boomers would do so. USA Today highlighted these facts and other findings from the survey on its online show YoungMoney. See the video and read more on usatoday.com.

Media Inquiry
For more information on Mayflower or media inquires, please email us here: Eily_Cummings@unigroup.com

Let's Get Moving

Related News

  • Cross Country Movers - Mayflower moving truck on highway with snowy mountains in the background - Mayflower®

    New Treasurer of UniGroup Board of Directors Elected

    ST. LOUIS (October 1, 2020) – The board of directors for UniGroup, a $1.6 billion transportation company, has elected McCollister’s Transportation Group’s Ray Conlin as its treasurer.
    Continue Reading
  • Cross Country Movers - Mayflower moving truck on highway with snowy mountains in the background - Mayflower®

    New Chairman of UniGroup Board of Directors Elected

    ST. LOUIS (Oct.1, 2020) – The board of directors for UniGroup, a $1.6 billion transportation company, has elected Corrigan Moving System’s David Corrigan as its chairman.
    Continue Reading
  • Mayflower moving truck in front of the Pepsi Center - Mayflower®

    Celebrating Van Operator Appreciation Week 2020

    We dedicate this week to the men & women that keep Mayflower moving!
    Continue Reading