To hear more audio stories from publishers, like The New York Times, download Audm for iPhone or Android . Even before the coronavirus, Nina Brajovic wasn't so sure about her life in New York. As a consultant for PricewaterhouseCoopers, she spent most weeks out of town traveling for work. She often wondered whether she could do her same job for cheaper — and more easily — while based in her hometown, Pittsburgh. Over the past month, she has gotten a sneak peek of that life, moving back in with her parents to avoid the wall-to-wall density of New York and working out of her childhood bedroom. She is now savoring life's slowness, eating her father's soup and watching movies on an L-shaped couch with her mom. "Part of it feels like, why am I even living in New York?" said Ms. Brajovic, 24, who pays $1,860 in rent each month for her share of an apartment with two roommates in Manhattan. "Why am I always paying all of this rent?" With her lease up for renewal, she is contemplating whether to make the move more permanent. "I have no idea what I am going to do," said Ms. Brajovic. "But… Read full this story
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