Figure 1 shows the migration rate across age during pre- and post- recession. The decline in migration within the U.S. is most apparent for the 18 to 34 age groups.
Figure 2 shows that even though more education is one has the less migration decline, school enrollment is associated with fewer declines in migration.
Figure 3 shows that those who were employed has among the smallest migration declines.
Benetsky, M.J. & Fields, A. (2015). Millennial Migration: How has the Great Recession affected the migration of a cohort as it came of age?, Journey to Work and Migration Statistics Branch, (Social, Economic, and Housing Statistics Division: U.S. Census).