Ok, Add Stalled Mobility To Our Lingo

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#1

https://www.forbes.com/sites/adamsarhan/2018/04/16/stalled-mobility-another-problem-for-the-housing-market/#1020421e20ac


#2

It’s probably difficult to relocate if you aren’t a highly-educated professional. Many jobs will only consider local candidates and won’t pay for relocation. Moving to a new city without a job would be a bit stressful. That means a lot of median income people probably want to move, but they’d need to quit their job, pay their own moving expenses, then cover their living expenses until they find a job. Unless you have family or friends you can stay with in the new city, relocating isn’t very practical. Generous relocation packages aren’t the norm.


#3

That is why what our forefathers did, whether it be from Asia, Europe, Timbuktu, is even more impressive… but I get it that people back then were desperate and willing to die for a better opportunity in America.


#4

Exactly, people today are unhappy, but they aren’t desperate. That’s why they’ll complain, but they won’t take a dramatic step to make their life better. What’s more pathetic is the blaming of everyone else for their problems and expecting others to fix it instead of taking action themselves.