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Old 12-02-2011, 03:14 PM
Location: West Coast of Europe
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Stumbled upon this interesting map, one can display for any county how many people moved to that county from which other counties, and vice versa. Since they state the income of the source and target counties, one can also see which role income might play in migration.

American Migration [Interactive Map] - Forbes

For college towns one can see that people move in mostly from the same and neighboring state, but after graduation they move all over the US
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Old 12-03-2011, 04:55 PM
Location: Phoenix Arizona
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Phoenix( Maricopa County) shows more outbound migration for the first time in 2009. Kind of amazing since this city has been growing by leaps and bounds for the past 30 years, kind of a relief too.
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