Although it’s been listed as the No. 1 state in the US by Politico, folks seem to be fleeing from Minnesota in legions, and they have yet to be replaced. Research by the MSDC (Minnesota State Demographic Center) indicates that each year, more people move from Minnesota rather than move in. Due to the state’s dropping domestic migration, the research surmises that overseas migrants will be important to strengthen Minnesota’s economic stability in the future.
For many years, California was the state that everyone wanted to move to in pursuit of success. While it still has a comfortable climate and a very talented labor force, these attributes aren’t enough now to keep people from leaving California. A recent study performed by Joseph Vranich of Spectrum Locations Solutions aims to assess the growing trend of people leaving California and to identify how much of it is due to California’s unfriendly business atmosphere.
We live in an era of transient culture and globalization in which relocation is a common practice in many parts of the world. There are a variety of reasons that people move due to both personal and professional opportunities. The following details just a few of the major reasons that people decide to relocate and settle down in a new area.