After two years of grousing that no one wants to work anymore, America’s employers might have a new line of complaint: No one wants to move.

After steadily falling for decades, the rate of Americans moving for work fell to a record low of just 1.6% in the first three months of the year, according to Challenger, Gray & Christmas.

“This is the lowest quarterly result that we’ve seen, among all the job seekers we’ve worked with, since 1986,” the company’s senior vice president, Andrew Challenger, told CBS MoneyWatch.

Demographic Trends  Remote Work

Related Posts