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Where Millennials and Seniors Have Moved Since the Recession - Route Fifty
As for where young adults are migrating, Houston; Denver; Dallas; Seattle; Austin, Texas; Charlotte, North Carolina; and Portland, Oregon all saw net migration gains exceeding 7,000 people.
demographics  workforce-migration  diaspora  charlotte  Austin  seattle  portland-oregon  Around-the-web  leading-locations  Metros  this-week-449 
6 weeks ago by areadevelopment
U-Haul Names Top 50 Growth States For 2018
Texas registered as the U-Haul No. 1 Growth State in America for the third consecutive year, according to U-Haul® data analyzing U.S. migration trends for 2018.

U-Haul Growth States are calculated by the net gain of one-way U-Haul trucks entering a state versus leaving that state during a calendar year. Migration trends data is compiled from more than 2 million one-way U-Haul truck sharing transactions that occur annually.
logistics  ranking  state-rankings  Around-the-web  this-week-448  diaspora  workforce-migration  this-week-448-new 
6 weeks ago by areadevelopment
‘Pay to Move’ Attracts People, Not Employers - Stateline - The Pew Charitable Trusts
For decades, cities and states have tried to create jobs and boost their economies by luring out-of-state employers. Now some areas are trying to attract workers — one worker at a time.
jobs  workforce-migration  labor  Around-the-web  this-week-445 
11 weeks ago by areadevelopment
The economy is booming, but Americans still aren't moving - Axios
Economic opportunity isn't enough to get people moving anymore. And less mobility could mean the wealthy areas of the U.S. continue to accumulate wealth, while the poorer areas will remain poor because people are less likely to move for better jobs and companies are less likely to move for cheaper labor.
demographics  workforce-migration  workforce-mobility  millennials  Around-the-web  this-week-446 
december 2018 by areadevelopment
Want $10,000? This Oklahoma city will pay you to relocate - Fox Business
It’s the latest in a series of gambits offered by cities, counties and states to woo young workers to uproot and move. Here’s a look at some of the other financial incentives places are using to lure newcomers.
workforce-migration  workforce-mobility  economic-development-news  Around-the-web  this-week-442 
november 2018 by areadevelopment
2018 Talent Attraction Scorecard: The Top Communities Attracting and Developing Talent - Emsi
Workforce issues are the highest recurring pain point for businesses in a period of sub-4% unemployment. When it comes to talent, everyone is pulling from the same pool, and competition is increasing.

In the third annual Talent Attraction Scorecard, we explore how well small and large counties are attracting and developing skilled workers. Counties are ranked using Emsi’s Talent Attraction Index, which is based on drawing new residents, growing jobs and skilled workers, attracting young talent, and increasing educational attainment.
labor  workforce-development  economic-development  workforce-migration  demographics  Around-the-web  this-week-440-top  insider-12-6-2018  insider-12-20-2018 
november 2018 by areadevelopment
China Mines Silicon Valley for Tech Talent - WSJ
Alarmed, Trump administration could take action this week to protect the U.S.’s technological edge and national security
skilled-labor  china  competitiveness  trade-war  workforce-migration  business-globalization  Around-the-web  this-week-430 
june 2018 by areadevelopment
Where Graduates Move After College - WSJ
Which cities have the most drawing power among college grads? Small metros lose out to big ones in gaining graduates, but some buck the trend. Our database of 445 schools shows where the alumni of each one wind up.
diaspora  workforce-migration  demographics  Metros  leading-locations  Around-the-web  this-week-426-top  sfp-insider-6-13-2018  sfp-insider-7-13-2018 
may 2018 by areadevelopment
Online giants must accept responsibility for impacts on the physical world - The Avenue - Brookings
While we’re engaging in a new assessment of technology’s transformative impacts, no one should leave aside tech’s most physically enormous influence: its big role in reshaping the nation’s urban geography.
economic-geography  regional-reports  industry-clusters  innovation-hubs  Metros  demographics  workforce-migration  Around-the-web  this-week-409-top 
january 2018 by areadevelopment
Tech's New Hotbeds: Cities With Fastest Growth In STEM Jobs Are Far From Silicon Valley -
The most recent data on STEM jobs – in science, technology, engineering or mathematics – suggests that tech jobs, with some exceptions, are shifting to smaller, generally more affordable places.

What we may be witnessing, in fact, is a third turning in the tech world. The initial phase, in the 1950s, was mostly suburban – dominated by the still-powerful Bay Area, Boston and Southern California – and was heavily tied to aerospace and defense. The second phase, now coming to a close, refocused tech growth in two hot spots, the Bay Area and Washington's Puget Sound, and largely involved social media, search and digital applications for business services.

The third tech turning, now in its infancy, promises greater dispersion to other markets, some with strong tech backgrounds, some with far less.
innovation-hubs  STEM-workforce  high-tech  industry-clusters  Around-the-web  Metros  suburbs  workforce-migration  this-week-409-top  sfp-insider-5-24-2018 
january 2018 by areadevelopment
Where Did Americans Move in 2017? - Tax Foundation
States compete with each other in a variety of ways. Competing to attract and retain new residents is just one example.

United Van Lines tracks its customers’ state-to-state migration and releases the data yearly. By comparing the number of inbound moves to the number of outbound moves, United Van Lines data gives us early insights into annual interstate migration, available much sooner than government data sources.
Around-the-web  this-week-409  workforce-migration  demographics 
january 2018 by areadevelopment
The Urban Revival Is an Urban Myth, and the Suburbs Are Surging -
he past decade has seen a gusher of books arguing for and detailing the supposed ascendency of dense urban cores, like the inimitable Edward Glaeser’s influential Triumph of the City: How Our Greatest Invention Makes Us Richer, Smarter, Greener, Healthier, and Happier, and about the ‘burbs as the slums of the future, abandoned by businesses and young people, like Leigh Gallagher’s The Death of Suburbia: Where the American Dream Is Moving.

But as we show in Infinite Suburbia, the new book we co-edited, the vast majority of American economic and demographic growth continues to take place there.
suburbs  demographics  workforce-migration  millennials  Around-the-web  this-week-406  tech-forum 
december 2017 by areadevelopment
Millennials to Small Cities: Ready or Not, Here We Come - Stateline - The Pew Charitable Trusts
As the economy improves and millennials move around the country in search of jobs, some are finding themselves far from the youth culture they learned to expect from city life in other parts of the country. But the tradeoff can be a less burdensome cost of living, a more tightknit community, and a chance to make new towns their own.
Around-the-web  this-week-403  demographics  millennials  Metros  workforce-migration  tech-forum 
november 2017 by areadevelopment
Designing for Cultural Resilience - ideas + buildings
The finest design planning accommodates heritage, language, education, and family dynamics. It nods to and incorporates the climate and ecology of place.
facility-planning  workforce-mobility  workforce-migration  disaster-planning  Around-the-web  facility-design  this-week-398 
october 2017 by areadevelopment
The Communities Winning the War for Skilled Talent - Emsi
The top two large counties (pop. 100K and above) in this year’s scorecard are new. Maricopa County (Phoenix) supplanted Travis County (Austin) as No. 1 after ranking sixth last year. And Clark County (Las Vegas) rose to No. 2 from No. 8, thanks to attracting the most net new migrants from 2014-2015—over 9,000, a few hundred more than Maricopa County.
workforce-migration  skilled-labor  demographics  leading-locations  Around-the-web  Metros  this-week-389-top 
june 2017 by areadevelopment
The Most Attractive Cities to Move to for Work - HBR
For firms, it’s become imperative to look beyond geographic borders to attract and retain top talent. This is partly due to the fact that 77% of CEOs report being concerned about the availability of key skills, according to PwC. Seventy-seven percent also agree or strongly agree that they move talent to where they need it. Marshall Goldsmith, who has coached CEOs at dozens of global Fortune 500 companies, told me that the talent game is becoming geographically borderless. “What companies want is a leadership base that at least somewhat parallels their customer base. So you don’t have a group of leaders that doesn’t have anything in common with their customers.”
ranking  Metros  leading-locations  business-globalization  workforce-migration  quality-of-life  Around-the-web  this-week-379 
march 2017 by areadevelopment
Why Americans Aren't Moving - CityLab
The Census reports that a record-low share of Americans are moving. A recent paper suggests government policies might be curbing mobility.
workforce-migration  demographics  Metros  leading-locations  Around-the-web  this-week-376 
february 2017 by areadevelopment
The metro talent competition: attracting and growing highly educated workers - Brookings Institution
These talent magnets face two potential risks. One is that their business communities, which have come to rely on imported talent, may underinvest in local systems designed to equip home-grown populations with access to critical skills and economic opportunities. This could further exacerbate the growing economic inequality that characterizes many regions with large in-state/out-of-state attainment differences, and threatens stable, long-term economic growth. A second risk stems from evidence that long-distance migration continues to decline, even among younger populations, which suggests limits to overreliance on an attraction strategy for regional human capital development.
leading-locations  workforce-migration  workforce-development  Metros  skilled-labor  Around-the-web  education  this-week-370 
november 2016 by areadevelopment
Where People Will Want to Be: “Surban” Communities - Urban Land Magazine
Despite the continued revival of urban downtowns, the suburbs will draw at least 80 percent of the coming wave of new households as younger families seek urban amenities combined with more kid-friendly housing and good schools typically associated with the suburbs, says the report, prepared for ULI’s Terwilliger Center for Housing by John Burns Real Estate Consulting (which coined the term surban).
suburbs  urban-revitalization  workforce-migration  Around-the-web  this-week-367  millennials 
october 2016 by areadevelopment
Regional Talent Attraction Study Results: It’s Not All About Core Cities - Area Development
As many regions have become equally or more concerned with supporting existing companies than with recruiting new businesses, attracting and retaining talent has become a focal point. Which counties are standing out with high net migration and skilled job growth?
economic-development  site-selection  workforce  Metros  workforce-development  workforce-migration  workforce-training  skilled-labor 
august 2016 by areadevelopment
The Talent Attraction Scorecard - Emsi
That’s the question we set out to answer with the Talent Attraction Scorecard. Our index uses five metrics to rank how every county has done drawing new residents, growing their skilled and overall workforces, and grabbing a greater share of skilled workers than other regions.

As a complement to this analysis, we separately ranked counties based on how they are attracting young talent by looking at the growth in college enrollment and millennial population per capita.

Lastly, we used cost-of-living-adjusted earnings to help explain why talent is (or is not) moving to these counties.
leading-locations  demographics  skilled-labor  workforce-migration  ranking  Around-the-web  this-week-361  this-week-362 
august 2016 by areadevelopment
Many Northeast, Midwest States Face Shrinking Workforce - Stateline - The Pew Charitable Trusts
In many parts of the Northeast and Midwest, population growth is slowing at an unprecedented rate as people are getting older, women are having fewer children, and more people are moving out than in — and that signals big economic trouble ahead.
demographics  Around-the-web  this-week-354  diaspora  workforce  workforce-migration  regional-reports  new-england  mid-atlantic  midwest 
june 2016 by areadevelopment
When Factories Shut Down, Why Don't Workers Move? - Mother Jones
What's been the impact of Chinese manufacturing on US employment? A recent paper by David Autor, David Dorn, and Gordon Hanson adds it up like this:
business-globalization  china  u.s.-manufacturing  workforce-migration  economic-analysis  STUDIES  Around-the-web  this-week-346 
march 2016 by areadevelopment
Recent Research: Do Jobs Follow People, or People Follow Jobs? - SSTI
When General Electric (GE) announced earlier this month that it was moving to downtown Boston’s Seaport District, significant attention was paid to the generous incentive package handed to the company by Massachusetts. Ultimately, however, it was the human capital and innovative talent in the city that lured GE, according to the Chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt’s comments announcing the move. While conventional thinking suggests that attracting new businesses is a path to population and economic growth, new research suggests that this may not be the case.
workforce-mobility  workforce-migration  GE  Around-the-web  this-week-340 
january 2016 by areadevelopment
When We Make a Move, It's Less Likely to be Nearby - Stateline - The Pew Charitable Trusts
Fewer people moved to new residences within the county in which they lived in 2014 than in 2005. However, more people moved longer distances and from abroad. Thirty-one states saw declines in the number of people moving within county boundaries, while 43 states registered more people moving across county boundaries and from other states. Thirty-seven states saw more people moving in from abroad. Hover over states for details.
demographics  leading-locations  workforce-migration  workforce-mobility  diaspora  Around-the-web  this-week-331 
november 2015 by areadevelopment
Why Suburban Companies Are Moving to Downtowns -
or all the talk of residential, retail and hotels moving into urban cores, some industry watchers report a wave of suburban companies moving their headquarters downtown or establishing second offices in city centers to bolster hiring and enhance employee retention. Studies show Millennials, in particular, are driving the trend toward alternative transportation issues like Uber and Divvy bikes because they don’t want to own a car.’
urban-revitalization  corporate-headquarters  labor  Millennials  workforce-migration  quality-of-life  Around-the-web  this-week-326 
october 2015 by areadevelopment
The Cities Americans Are Thronging To And Fleeing -
Bright lights and culture may attract some, but people generally move to places with greater economic opportunity and a reasonable cost of living, particularly affordable housing.
workforce-migration  workforce-mobility  demographics  Metros  ranking  leading-locations  Around-the-web  this-week-325 
october 2015 by areadevelopment
Brain Gain in America’s Shrinking Cities - Manhattan Institute
America’s shrinking cities are widely viewed to be suffering from a “brain drain”—the flight of highly educated residents to other, more hospitable locales—that is crippling these cities’ economic competitiveness. While such cities have many problems, brain drain as popularly conceived is not one of them. Indeed, the conventional wisdom on brain drain and declining human capital in shrinking U.S. metropolitan areas is largely a myth: brain gain, not drain, is the reality.
Around-the-web  this-week-319  leading-locations  brain-gain  Metros  demographics  workforce-migration 
august 2015 by areadevelopment
States Try to Counter Rural Flight - Stateline - The Pew Charitable Trusts
Population loss is a long-term trend in much of rural America, and it’s gotten more acute since 2010, according to a Stateline analysis. Although 759 rural counties in 42 states lost population between 1994 and 2010, more than 1,300 rural counties in 46 states have lost population since 2010.
rural-economic-development  workforce-migration  demographics  Around-the-web  this-week-318 
august 2015 by areadevelopment
The Entrepreneurs Who Saved Seattle - Fast Company
It’s hard to imagine that two people transplanting their then-tiny firm to their hometown could change a city’s economic history for decades to come. Yet this phenomenon isn’t uncommon.
innovation-hubs  seattle  microsoft  high-tech  workforce-migration  Metros  this-week-305  Around-the-web 
may 2015 by areadevelopment
Where Young College Graduates Are Choosing to Live -
As young people continue to spurn the suburbs for urban living, more of them are moving to the very heart of cities. The number of college-educated people age 25 to 34 living within three miles of city centers has surged, even as the total population of these neighborhoods has slightly shrunk. Some cities are attracting young talent while their overall population falls, like Pittsburgh and New Orleans. And in a reversal, others that used to be magnets, like Atlanta and Charlotte, are struggling to attract them at the same rate.
leading-locations  demographics  diaspora  skilled-labor  workforce-migration  urban-planning  metros  this-week-281  around-the-web 
october 2014 by areadevelopment
A Look at College Degree Migration -
Regions like New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago can take heart from the fact that they are still among the top destinations of in-migrants with college degrees. But, Unfortunately for them, even higher numbers of people left.
metros  demographics  workforce-migration  skilled-labor  diaspora  this-week-275  around-the-web 
august 2014 by areadevelopment
Millennials Seek Downtown Living, Planners Respond | Planetizen: The Urban Planning, Design, and Development Network
Recent studies show that upwards of 77% of Millennials are opting to live in urban areas. The impact on the local economy will be huge, IF urban planners rethink how we build our downtowns.
workforce-migration  diaspora  around-the-web  urban-planning  metros  this-week-228 
august 2013 by areadevelopment
Why aren’t Americans moving anymore? Here’s a new theory - Wonkblog - Washington Post
Here’s an odd economic mystery. Americans are moving around the country a lot less frequently than they used to. For example: In the early 1990s, 3 percent of Americans moved across state lines each year. Today, the rate is half that.
workforce-development  economic-development-news  diaspora  workforce-migration  around-the-web  workforce-mobility  this-week-216 
may 2013 by areadevelopment
Youngstown Congressman on the Skills Gap and Additive Manufacturing - Modern Machine Shop
Rep. Tim Ryan describes the challenge of attracting manufacturing’s next generation, as well as the promise of the technology that this generation is likely to put to use.
workforce-development  workforce-migration  ohio  around-the-web  this-week-216  3d-printing  skilled-labor  additive-manufacturing 
may 2013 by areadevelopment
Third Coast Diaspora: Chicago Is the World City - Pacific Standard
Chicago, where many academics and icons have moved to try out new ideas, makes the case that migrants are more important than density to the greatness of a city.
workforce-migration  diaspora  around-the-web  immigration  demographics  this-week-214 
may 2013 by areadevelopment
The Great Migration -
Decade after decade, smart and educated people flock away from Merced, Calif., Yuma, Ariz., Flint, Mich., and Vineland, N.J. In those places, less than 15 percent of the residents have college degrees. They flock to Washington, Boston, San Jose, Raleigh-Durham and San Francisco. In those places, nearly 50 percent of the residents have college degrees.
workforce-migration  diaspora  around-the-web  demographics  this-week-200 
january 2013 by areadevelopment
Does Human Capital Tend to Cluster in Center Cities or the Suburbs? - The Atlantic Cities
Most studies of the role of human capital in regional economic growth track its effects on and across metro regions. But metros vary widely in size, shape, and spatial and demographic compositions; human capital doesn't always cluster in the same places at the same densities. The revitalization of the urban center in cities like New York, San Francisco, Boston, and others has fueled in-migrations of more skilled and affluent people. Other cities, like Los Angeles and Detroit, still suffer from the proverbial "hole in the donut" effect, with their more educated, higher income populations spread out across their suburbs while their urban centers lag.
economic-development-news  metros  suburbs  jobs  workforce-migration  skilled-labor  demographics  this-week-198  around-the-web 
january 2013 by areadevelopment
10 U.S. Cities Trying to Recruit New Grads - Best Colleges Online
In an effort to draw attention to specific economic and career needs, many cities have launched — or desire to launch — projects to draw this precious (and, of course, lucrative) demographic away from the usual spots.
around-the-web  This-Week-180  education  workforce-migration  workforce-development  economic-development-news  Matt 
august 2012 by areadevelopment
Texas Dominates List of Fastest-Growing Large Cities Since 2010 Census, Census Bureau Reports
Texas had eight of the 15 most rapidly growing large cities between Census Day (April 1, 2010) and July 1, 2011, according to population estimates for all of the nation's incorporated cities and towns and minor civil divisions released today by the U.S. Census Bureau.
metros  twitterfeed  around-the-web  This-Week-173  workforce-migration  demographics 
june 2012 by areadevelopment
Why Some States Are More Economically Mobile Than Others - The Atlantic Cities
Economic mobility - the quintessentially American idea (ideal, really) that any one, no matter how humble their origins, can become wealthy - has taken some terrible hits in the last few years.
twitterfeed  around-the-web  This-week-169  workforce-mobility  workforce-migration  demographics  metros 
may 2012 by areadevelopment
Pittsburgh's new immigrants equal brain gain - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
The saga of an immigrant's hopeful journey, hard work and readjustment to a new life in America is a Pittsburgh meme, within memory for many families and echoed by churches and fraternal halls. But in 21st-century Pittsburgh, his story is highly unusual -- especially compared with cities of similar size and demographic makeup.
twitterfeed  around-the-web  This-week-169  demographics  pittsburgh  economic-development-news  workforce-migration  immigration 
may 2012 by areadevelopment
As College Graduates Cluster, Some Cities Are Left Behind -
As cities like this one try to reinvent themselves after losing large swaths of their manufacturing sectors, they are discovering that one of the most critical ingredients for a successful transformation — college graduates — is in perilously short supply.
maps  metros  demographics  twitterfeed  around-the-web  This-week-169  skilled-labor  education  workforce-mobility  workforce-migration 
may 2012 by areadevelopment
Enrico Moretti on What Workers Lose by Staying Put -
Americans have historically been an unusually mobile people, constantly seeking better economic conditions. But this process of geographical readjustment isn't perfect. In fact, it is highly uneven. Even if everyone is completely free to move elsewhere to look for a better life, not everyone takes advantage of the opportunity to the same degree, and this has profound implications for inequality in America.
demographics  twitterfeed  around-the-web  This-week-169  economic-development-news  workforce-migration  workforce-development 
may 2012 by areadevelopment
Rust Belt chic: Declining Midwest cities make a comeback -
Gritty Rust Belt cities, once left for dead, are on the rise -- thanks to young people priced out of cooler locales
twitterfeed  around-the-web  demographics  workforce-migration  rust-belt  midwest  metros  This-week-167 
may 2012 by areadevelopment
Brain Drain Revitalizing Rust Belt - Sustainable Cities Collective
Talent migration should be an excellent indicator of economic development. Again, I will point to the innovative use of IRS relocation data by Stamen Design. "Quiet America" is where neither income nor people shift. Economic development is zero. In normative terms, churn is good. Outmigration can be a positive indicator of economic health.
twitterfeed  around-the-web  This-week-164  demographics  metros  workforce-migration 
april 2012 by areadevelopment
Should You Move for a Job? - Harvard Business Review
Fewer people are looking (or are able to look) beyond their own backyards for a new job. Last fall, the U.S. Census Bureau announced that the percentage of Americans who changed residences between 2010 and 2011 — 11.6 percent — reached its lowest recorded rate since they started keeping track in 1948.
skilled-labor  twitterfeed  around-the-web  This-week-162  diaspora  workforce-migration  workforce-mobility 
march 2012 by areadevelopment
Lessons from Canada's Silicon Valley diaspora - The Globe and Mail
These are the faces of brain drain: This one hails from Vancouver and came down to work at Pixar; that one is a Québécois executive at Yahoo, who is taking some ribbing about his company’s slide to second-tier status: “Oh, is that still around?”
twitterfeed  around-the-web  this-week-157  skilled-labor  labor  high-tech  canada  workforce-migration  demographics  diaspora 
february 2012 by areadevelopment
Map: Where are the world's labourers migrating for jobs? - The Globe and Mail
People are still seeking work in traditional markets, like Germany or Canada. But new, surprising flows are taking place in this post-recession, rocky recovery era. The shift promises to create new types of diasporas. Here is the world that was, as told through key flows in labour migration...
twitterfeed  around-the-web  demographics  workforce-mobility  workforce-migration  economic-development-news  this-week-152 
january 2012 by areadevelopment
Moving Migration Patterns - Atlas Van Lines
Based on 80,289 Interstate and Cross-Border Household Goods Relocations from January 1, 2011 through December 31, 2011.
demographics  twitterfeed  around-the-web  workforce-migration  this-week-152 
january 2012 by areadevelopment
House OKs More Green Cards for Skilled Workers - AllBusiness Daily News from
The U.S. House of Representatives voted Tuesday to eliminate a per-country limit on work visas, in a move intended to encourage more skilled immigrants to build careers and new companies in the United States rather than in their home countries.
skilled-labor  workforce-migration  immigration  government-policy  around-the-web  twitterfeed 
december 2011 by areadevelopment
The Geography of Stuck - The Atlantic Cities
There is a distinctive “stuck belt” across the middle of the country running from Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Iowa, down through West Virginia and into the Sunbelt states of Kentucky, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana. Mobility is largely a bi-coastal—plus Rocky Mountain state—phenomenon.
workforce-migration  demographics  this-week-148  around-the-web  twitterfeed 
december 2011 by areadevelopment
US graduates headed for India and other high-growth markets -
I can't say I was surprised when I heard that Indian startup entrepreneur Kunal Bahl was touring U.S. colleges on a hunt for MBA talent for his New Delhi-based digital commerce company.
workforce-migration  business-globalization  education  skilled-labor  india  this-week-148  around-the-web  twitterfeed 
december 2011 by areadevelopment
Back to the City - The Urbanophile
In this piece I look at intra-metro migration to measure people moving from the city to the suburbs and vice versa. Because data is only available at the county level, I selected four cities where counties offered a good proxy for the urban core: New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Washington, DC.
metros  demographics  workforce-migration  this-week-146  around-the-web  twitterfeed 
november 2011 by areadevelopment
Indiana Not Seeing Economic Refugee Surge from Surrounding States - The Urbanophile
he Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette ran an interesting article noting that migration into Indiana had slowed from Illinois. Given the significant press on the troubles in surrounding states, the “Come on IN” campaign, etc. I decided to take a look for myself at Indiana’s migration trends for surrounding states. Here’s the chart:
regional-reports  midwest  this-week-145  around-the-web  twitterfeed  workforce-migration  demographics 
november 2011 by areadevelopment
Economic Development From Geographic Mobility - Burgh Diaspora
California is hemorrhaging talent. The cost of living is too high. Taxes are out of control. The state is bankrupt and dysfunctional.
brain-drain  skilled-labor  workforce-migration  this-week-142  around-the-web  twitterfeed  demographics 
october 2011 by areadevelopment
Brain Drain or Birth Dearth? -
Observers and advocates on Long Island — New York's Nassau and Suffolk counties — have repeatedly used age group population estimates to bolster land use policies based on their preferred narrative. The assumption? Young adults are moving away from the region in large numbers due to the high cost of living, particularly housing prices.
economic-development-news  demographics  brain-drain  workforce-migration  labor  regional-reports  Long-Island  this-week-141  around-the-web  twitterfeed 
october 2011 by areadevelopment
We need to stop America’s brain drain - The Washington Post
The waiting time for permanent resident visas for educated workers from India is now 70 years, according to National Foundation for American Policy.
brain-drain  business-globalization  immigration  workforce-migration  this-week-141  around-the-web  twitterfeed 
october 2011 by areadevelopment
New Data Shows Slowing Migration in America - The Urbanophile
The Internal Revenue Service just released its benchmark place to place migration data for 2009. This tracks moves from county to county and state to state for people who filed tax returns between calendar year 2008 and 2009.
demographics  workforce-migration  metros  this-week-136  around-the-web  twitterfeed 
august 2011 by areadevelopment

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