Stuck: Why Americans Stopped Moving to the Richest States
J Thoendell stashed this in Maps
Today, the aversion to high rental costs is perhaps the most important driver of national migration. According to Atlas Van Lines' annual survey of household moves, many dense, high-income states are bleeding people, while many poorer states with plentiful land continue to add families.
I see no pattern in the blue states above.
ND & MT: Oil
TX : Oil/Gas/Tech
TN: Manufacturing & Mining
NH: escaping Massholes
ID: Mining & escaping conservative Californians
OR: not quite sure... escaping liberal Californians?
NC: not sure... Banking maybe?
So either ways to make money or close to states that people want to leave?
unless we're talking about Newfoundland... which boggles the mind
1 goes in, 0 comes out, net inbound. :)
you make it sound like a deathmatch
Haha, what I mean is that the net flow in might be positive because we're talking small numbers.