Move it on over
There was a time when Americans were mobile. Now, not so much. Here's what companies are doing as a result. Plus, 7 other things worth a click.
Historically, Americans have moved around a lot.
In the 1800s, we moved from the eastern states to the west.
In the early 20th century, African Americans especially moved from the south to the north.
People moved away from the Great Plains, and more recently, Americans moved toward the Sun Belt, and away from California.
But even more recently, we stopped …
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