80% of 2009 grads moved back home with their parents – How to save money when moving back and forth?
College grads are feeling the weight of the economy more than ever: A recent poll shows that among 2009 college graduates, 80% moved back home with their parents after graduation.
It’s a difficult time of the year for both parents and grads, who with no direction and money, end up spending so much on the process of transporting their furniture back and forth.
For those moving long distance, it can be inconvenient and time-consuming to keep traveling to relocate their belongings. Once you calculate the additional costs of driving insurance, mileage, and the rising price of gas costs, moving back home becomes a nightmare.
So parents, here’s a tip: Moishe’s Mobile is the affordable and convenient moving and storage solution for your undecided and unemployed college grads.
For as little as $79, Moishe’s can have a mobile storage unit delivered outside their place. Grads can pack the container at their own pace (there are no extra charges if they take longer than needed) and when ready one of Moishe’s professionals will come pick it up and take it to a secure storage facility. There are a variety of sizes of containers, and monthly storage rates start at $60.
No driving, no hassle, and the best of all; more money to save throughout the job search.
About Moishe's Moving Systems
Moishe’s Moving and Storage was created in 1983. By 1990, Moishe’s became the largest independent moving company in New York City, with a host of movers, a convoy of red trucks and several storage facilities. Five years later, Moishe’s was the largest moving company in the Tri-State area. Today, Moishe’s has hundreds of employees, scores of red trucks and millions of square feet of storage which utilize state-of-the-art technologies to assure the safety and security of their clients’ belongings. Moishe’s operates regional offices across the country and has established six specialized divisions catering to the unique moving and storage needs of thousands of individuals, families and businesses every day.