Where are Americans Moving and also Retiring in 2019?
According to the latest information published by the U.S. Census Bureau the percentage of people that move every year equates to 14% of the population (or roughly 40 million). People move for a variety of reasons: housing, jobs, family, etc. Being aware of cross country moving migration patterns can provide you a better idea on the behavior of Americans.
States compete with each other in a variety of ways, including attracting (and retaining) residents. When states experience sustained periods of inbound migration, greater economic output and growth can be expected to follow. However, prolonged periods of net outbound migration can put a strain on state coffers, contributing to revenue volatility as economic activity and tax revenue follow individuals out of state.