The Tenth District has struggled, not only to overcome the out-migration
of young adults, but also to keep young workers with higher skills (Miller; Keeton and Newton).
Today, all over the world, cities with high quality of life and high environmental quality feature higher housing prices and less out-migration
of skilled workers than nearby cities with a lower quality of life.
The results of regression analyses suggest that the acceleration of population aging in rural areas due to the selective out-migration
of younger persons was the major cause of the sharp increase in the LFPR of older males.
In-migration stands for inward movement, while out-migration
is the outward movement of people from a particular area.
Meanwhile, a slowdown in out-migration
may offset some of the demand loss attributable to employment reductions.
Studies of the out-migration
of young people from rural areas rely heavily on the push and pull factors of the need to move for higher education and jobs.
The report highlights three key issues: the indigenous working population is getting older and smaller, and is likely to continue to shrink due to out-migration
from the region' the future workforce will have more women than men' the retirement population in the region will become increasingly larger.
He adds people who get educated in the North are more likely to stay, which may help address youth out-migration
Domestic Net Migration in the United States: 2000 to 2004" tracked patterns of movement within the country and compared rates of in-migration and out-migration
with 2000 census data, which reported patterns between 1990 and 2000.
There was a selective out-migration
of poorer minorities.
Recruitment and retention; addressing maldistribution within countries, and out-migration
This, coupled with new aspirational housing and an improved environment should help to reduce out-migration
and encourage other people to move into the area.