The Myth Of Mobility In America

The Myth Of Mobility In America
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The Made in America blog casts in interesting contrarian argument about the idea of mobility in America.

Dan Gould
  • 25 march 2010

The Made in America blog casts in interesting contrarian argument about the idea of mobility in America.

Although the commonly held belief is that people are moving farther away from where they grew up (and more frequently), MIA points out that Census Bureau data shows that residential mobility has actually been declining for a long time (see graph above).

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