Published: Fri, January 04, 2019
Money | By Ralph Mccoy

MI ranks 10th on list of most moved-from states

MI ranks 10th on list of most moved-from states

More Connecticut residents moved out than in a year ago, according to a recent study by United Van Lines.

The study found that 66.8 percent of moves in New Jersey were outbound, with 34.73 percent of those listing work as their reason for leaving, and another 34.51 percent listing their reason as retirement, the results from United Van Lines' 2018 National Movers' Study show. The Northeast and Midwest had high percentages of outbound moves.

Kansas isn't alone with jobs being the key factor for moves to or from the state.

On the flip side, more people moved to Vermont than any other state, with a rate of 72.6 percent for inbound migration, the study showed.

Four Western states filled out the top five: OR (63.8 percent inbound), (62.4 percent), Nevada (61.8 percent inbound) and Arizona (60.2 percent inbound).

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New Jersey, which topped the list of the "most moved from" states, was followed by Illinois, Connecticut and the Empire State, the moving company's study found.

Several southern states also saw a high rate of inbound migration, including SC (59.9 percent) and North Carolina (57 percent). "We're also seeing young professionals migrating to vibrant, metropolitan economies, like Washington, D.C. and Seattle".

New to the 2018 top inbound list are Arizona at No. 5 and District of Columbia at No. 10, with 60.2 percent and 56.7 percent inbound moves, respectively.

New Jersey residents are on the outs with their state.

Since 1977, United Van Lines has annually tracked migration patterns on a state-by-state basis. According to the study, most outbound movers were leaving the state for job-related reasons.

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