"I definitely want to move out. I’ve always hated Connecticut because it’s kind of depressing to me. There’s not much to do. There’s not much night life. There’s not many activities for young people to engage in around here," Birritta said.
"I really wouldn’t think of coming back," Birretta said. "There’s nothing memorable about here that will make me want to come back. I would never say 'Oh I want to come back to Connecticut,"
"Millennials will comprise roughly fifty percent of the workforce by 2020," said Kathleen Gioffre, vice president and head of talent acquisition globally for Aetna.
"I can go to the beach 45 minutes away. I can go to that nation's largest hotel and casino," Callis said. "It's so close and convenient to New York and Boston. It's the perfect location, without actually giving up in the lifestyle and space that I'm used to."