Category Archives: United States Migration Patterns

Americans stay in their hometown often to be near family, including the young boy with striped shirt, older woman with white hair and red shirt, young girl with long brown hair and green shirt, dog with white hair, older man with blue check shirt, all of them sitting on a couch and smiling, with a woman who has long dark hair and a man with dark hair, beard, and mustache, leaning over the people on the couch, both smiling

North American Van Lines Survey Shows Why Americans Stay in Their Hometown

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North American Van Lines Survey Shows Why Americans Stay in Their Hometown North American Van Lines’ recent survey shows why Americans stay in their hometown. Over 2,000 respondents were asked if they moved in relation to their hometown. Of those that have moved but remained…

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US Government Building with US flag flying in front, getting ready for federal agency relocation

Federal Agency Relocation to Move Jobs Outside the Beltway

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Federal Agency Relocation to Move Jobs Outside the Beltway A new Bill sponsored by two United States Senators will result in federal agency relocation outside of the Washington, D.C. beltway area. The Bill calls for enactment of the “Helping Infrastructure Restore the Economy (HIRE) Act.”…

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Several trains heading into and going out of Penn Station in New York City, supporting the tri-state regional economy by bringing commuters to jobs

Tri-State Regional Economy May Encourage Relocation Opportunities

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Tri-State Regional Economy May Encourage Relocation Opportunities The tri-state regional economy encompassing New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey may encourage future relocation opportunities. This area includes large swaths of southeastern New York, as well as parts of the Hudson River Valley. It also includes the…

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Los Angeles Housing Options for Relocating Employees: Part 3, Apartments

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Los Angeles Housing Options for Relocating Employees: Part 3, Apartments In part 3 of our series on Los Angeles Housing Options for relocating employees, we focus on apartments. There are many reasons why clients should encourage transferees to buy instead of rent. For those employees…

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Group of five multicultural workers in the country as highly skilled immigrants, three women and two men, one woman standing and talking to others who are all seated, reflecting a change in United States demographic trends

United States Demographic Trends and Immigration Patterns

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United States Demographic Trends and Immigration Patterns A recent report by the Economic Innovation Group describes United States demographic trends. As a result of these trends, several of the country’s cities, counties, and states experience declining population. Declining population negatively impacts economic growth in several ways:…

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