What to make of the news that 59.8% of New York moves were "outbound" last year, according to the annual United Van Lines Migration Study? (What to make of the news that United Van Lines has a migration study?) The Times' Motoko Rich says it could be a sign that a correction is on the way. Then again, New York has had 55% or more outbound moves since 1977, when the moving company started tracking migration patterns. Which leads us to believe that inbound New Yorkers may just have less stuff.
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