Immigration

The globe’s population passed 8 billion in November, according to the United Nations, just 11 years after reaching 7 billion. The U.N. projects continued global population expansion in the...
Much of the United States is up against a housing crunch. As demand for housing has surged in recent years, housing supply has slumped – and partially as a result, home values have skyrocketed....
The primary catalyst of moves in the past year and half is the work-from-home lifestyle driven by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many companies were forced to clear out offices because of the virus. Some of...
The Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor is decorated with Emma Lazarus’s famous 1833 sonnet “The New Colossus,” which reads in part: “Give me your tired, your poor / Your huddled masses...
Remote work has made it easier than ever before to relocate – even to places you would never consider before. Since the pandemic hit and remote work became widespread, you no longer need to...
Nearly 45 million people born in other countries are currently living in the United States, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Over half are naturalized U.S. citizens, with the remainder lawful...
Large U.S. cities are among the most culturally diverse places to live in the world — but in a country with a long history as a beacon for immigrants, it’s not always the case that size...
The world’s population continues to grow and stands at 7.93 billion people as of March 21. The annual number of births outstrips the yearly death total by almost 18 million people.  The population...
The U.S population barely grew from 2010 to 2020, based on historic standards. According to the Census Bureau, the total population of the United States on April 1, 2020, was 331.4 million, an...
Suburbs – once considered to be far whiter than urban areas – are diversifying, according to a recent report from Brookings, a nonprofit public policy organization. Across the country,...
With the pandemic facilitating remote work and allowing more Americans to move to places away from their jobs, some are taking the opportunity to move to more desired areas, be it for warmer weather...
Rising inflation, a changing labor market, an ongoing pandemic, tax hikes, and climate change are but some of the significant challenges Americans face. Some cities nationwide are better able to...
According to a study by the Federal Reserve of St. Louis, about 10,000 people will turn 65 each day for the next two decades. Among those who choose to retire at that age, some also choose to move...
There are currently 100 million forcibly displaced people in the world, according to the United Nations. Causes for displacement include war, political violence, persecution, natural disasters,...