Millennials are flocking to the Mile High City in droves, with Denver ranking eighth among large cities for attracting people ages 18 through 35 in 2016.

But they may not be staying that long.

That's according to a new report from online market-research company Research Now that found that 41 percent of millennials move to a new city without the intention of settling there permanently.

The report, commissioned by Mayflower Moving Co., analyzed millennial moving trends by surveying 1,000 respondents from across the U.S. Cities were ranked based on the number of people ages 18 through 35 whom Mayflower moved to those cities during 2016.

Read more at Denver Business Journal.