Connecticut ranked third on moving company’s list of ‘most moved from’ states

TRD New York /
Jan.January 24, 2019 08:54 AM

Connecticut was the third “most moved from” state last year, according to a study carried out by moving company United Van Lines. Sixty-two percent of moves that took place in the state last year were outbound moves, the study found. New Jersey and Illinois were the only states that outranked Connecticut on the “most moved from” list. United Vans found that most people who moved out of Connecticut were doing so for career-related reasons, while family-related considerations was another big factor, according to The Hour. “People age 65 and older constituted 29 percent of United Van Lines moves into Connecticut, with adults through age 34 the next biggest demographic at 23 percent,” the outlet reported. [The Hour]


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