Category Archives: United States Economy

Atlanta Georgia skyline, one of the Southern region cities in a state that has population estimates higher than the U.S. average rate of increase

Population Estimates Show Continuing Growth for Southern United States

By | 2019 USA Job Market, 2020 USA Job Market, Arizona, Domestic Real Estate, Domestic Relocation, Domestic Relocation Tips, Domestic Relocation Trends, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Population Estimates, Texas, Texas Relocation, United States Demographic Trends, United States Economy, United States Migration Patterns, US Economy, Workforce Mobility | No Comments

Population Estimates Show Continuing Growth for Southern United States Through the end of 2019, the United States Census Bureau population estimates show continuing growth for many southern states. This growth is mainly reflective of domestic migration, with a secondary factor of natural increase (higher number…

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Four employees working, one man standing at a counter, one woman sitting in a chair, two women sitting at separate desks, all are wearing masks in a socially distant setting reflecting new workspace configurations to limit COVID-19 issues

New Workspace Configurations Reinforce Employee Safety

By | Corporate Relocation, Corporate relocation tips, COVID-19, Domestic Relocation, Domestic Relocation Challenges, Domestic Relocation Tips, Domestic Relocation Trends, Move During COVID, Move During COVID-19, New Workspace Configurations, United States, United States Economy, US Economy, Workarounds, Workforce Mobility | No Comments

New Workspace Configurations Reinforce Employee Safety The GMS team is working to identify new workspace configurations that will reinforce employee safety at all of its facilities. The COVID-19 pandemic requires a robust response from employers to examine all aspects of workspaces, from entry to exit….

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Omaha Nebraska city skyline in front of lake, reflects a good experience with state employment differences

State Employment Differences Amplified by COVID-19

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State Employment Differences Amplified by COVID-19 Across the U.S., state employment differences are often reflective of a variety of factors. Some of these factors are broad in scope, and others may be distinctly local. For example, components that may influence the growth or decline of…

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Wooden gavel and white book with Immigration Law on the front cover, useful for times when the Administration is limiting immigration visas

Administration Limiting Immigration Visas due to High U.S. Unemployment Levels

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Administration Limiting Immigration Visas due to High U.S. Unemployment Levels The Trump administration will be limiting immigration visas in order to protect U.S. workers suffering from job losses during the COVID-19 pandemic. The order also bars groups of foreign workers. Several types of visas fall…

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