In a fast changing market and while still single, young working professionals often change jobs and switch job locations. Such uncertainty discourages these young professionals from buying a home. When settled with a spouse and a stable job, however, these young professionals generally choose to buy real estate. Surprisingly, in cities where the industry and market are quite stable, young working professionals are still not buying, even though they are not changing jobs and may already be settled down in a spousal relationship.
Which of the following, if true, most helps to explain the surprising finding?