Category Archives: United States

Some U.S. cities add jobs at the highest rates, and the St. George Utah city skyline and surrounding canyons is at the top of one of these lists

Which U.S. Cities Add Jobs at the Highest Rates?

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Which U.S. Cities Add Jobs at the Highest Rates? With the U.S. economy continuing its pattern of growth, many job seekers want to know which cities add jobs at the highest rates. The U.S. Department of Commerce Bureau of Economic Analysis cites three factors leading…

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2020 US Rental Market benefits man with black hair, mustache and goatee, wearing red shirt, and his male partner with curly brown hair, mustache and goatee, wearing gray shirt, both smiling and looking up at a feature in a rental unit, with woman rental leasing agent also looking, smiling, wearing white shirt and white jacket, holding a smartphone

What Does the 2020 US Rental Market Look Like?

By | 2020 US Rental Market, Domestic Relocation, Domestic Relocation Challenges, Domestic Relocation Tips, Domestic Relocation Trends, Domestic Short Term Assignments, Rental Market, United States, United States Demographic Trends, United States Economy, United States Migration Patterns, US Economy | No Comments

What Does the 2020 US Rental Market Look Like? Employers with plans to relocate employees either to US cities or between two different US cities should be sure to understand the 2020 US rental market dynamics. Each rental market is unique, and rents vary depending…

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Visa Application Paperwork showing Approved stamp for H-1B visa lottery FY 2020 H-1B visa lottery Visa Application Paperwork showing Approved stamp for FY 2020 H-1B visa lottery meaning it qualified under the lottery cap limits FY 2021 H-1B Visa Lottery

HR Teams Should Prepare for the FY 2021 H-1B Visa Lottery Process and Electronic Registration System Opening on March 1, 2020

By | FY 2021 H-1B Visa, Global Relocation, Global Relocation Tips, Global Relocation Trends, United States, United States Economy, US Economy, Visas and International Travel | No Comments

HR Teams Should Prepare for the FY 2021 H-1B Visa Lottery Process and Electronic Registration System Opening on March 1, 2020 How should HR Teams prepare for the FY 2021 H-1B visa lottery process? Many employers in the United States search for foreign national talent…

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Skyline view of the city of Phoenix Arizona, the top state for inbound moves

What are the Top 10 US States for Inbound Moves?

By | 2019 USA Job Market, Arizona, Florida, Household Goods Movement Management, Idaho, Inbound Moves, Maine, Montana, Nevada, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, United States, United States Migration Patterns, US Economy, Vermont | No Comments

What are the Top 10 US States for Inbound Moves? Inbound moves from one US state to another often reflect broad social and economic trends. Mark J. Perry recently published an article through the American Enterprise Institute on this topic. A review of the data…

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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

By | 2019 USA Job Market, Americans Stay, Domestic Real Estate, Domestic Relocation, Domestic Relocation Challenges, Domestic Relocation Tips, Domestic Relocation Trends, Job Market, Job Seekers, Labor Force, Self-Move, Small Shipments, Summertime Household Goods Moves, Talent Mobility, United States, United States Migration Patterns, Workforce Mobility | No Comments

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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