Pandemic spurs young families to leave big cities for the heartland. Will they stay?
21 Oct 2021
WASHINGTON — Fed up with pandemic restrictions and their cramped studio apartment in Burbank, Patrick and Emma Janssen upped stakes and moved back to their native Nebraska last fall.
At first, Emma, 36, taught writing to her Caltech students remotely, then switched to teaching at a Nebraska school.
Thirty-eight-year-old Patrick left a flagging career as an actor and landed a new job with a Nebraska news channel.