Category Archives: Unites States Economy

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Domestic Short Term Assignments Best Practices: White Paper

By | Assignments Best Practices, Domestic Relocation, Domestic Relocation Challenges, Domestic Relocation Tips, Domestic Relocation Trends, Domestic Short Term Assignments, Job Market, Job Seekers, Talent Mobility, Temporary Housing, Unites States Economy, US Economy, Workforce Mobility | No Comments

Domestic Short Term Assignments Best Practices: White Paper GMS has recently published a new white paper listing domestic short term assignments best practices and tax considerations. Companies are increasingly using these assignments for special projects, corporate initiatives, and business opportunities. By leveraging the willingness of…

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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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Tri-State Regional Economy May Encourage Relocation Opportunities

By | 2019 USA Job Market, Connecticut, Corporate Relocation, Corporate relocation tips, Domestic Relocation, Domestic Relocation Challenges, Domestic Relocation Tips, Domestic Relocation Trends, New Jersey, New York, States, Tri-State Regional Economy, United States, United States Demographic Trends, United States Migration Patterns, Unites States Economy, US Economy | No Comments

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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What are the 2019 Fastest Growing Industries in the US?

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What are the 2019 Fastest Growing Industries in the US? What are the 2019 fastest growing industries in the US? US economic growth continues its strong pace, with 3rd Quarter 2019 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) increasing by 1.9%. This follows the 2nd Quarter GDP growth…

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What are the 2019 US Immigration Trends?

By | 2019 US Immigration Trends, 2019 USA Job Market, Global Relocation Challenges, Global Relocation Trends, Immigration Rules, Talent Mobility, United States, Unites States Economy, US Economy, Visas and International Travel | No Comments

What are the 2019 US Immigration Trends? The 2019 US immigration trends may have a direct impact on whether companies can achieve corporate goals. Corporate success is often the direct result of its employees who have specific skills, talents, and education. Many companies benefit by…

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