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Since the pandemic, people are continuing to relocate. The states with more significant space, cheaper cost of living, and opportunities for remote employment will see the most increase in 2023.


Idaho has seen one of the fastest population growth rates in America due to its reputation as one of the finest areas to reside close to the mountains and its low crime rate. More people have moved into this state than left it, and Meridian is one of the American cities with the highest population growth. In particular, Boise’s robust employment market makes it one of the top places for job searchers.


Phoenix, Mesa, and Gilbert all had a population increase in 2022. For individuals seeking work-from-home options or digital nomads seeking to partake in the outdoor activities offered by The Grand Canyon State, Arizona is the ideal location. Tucson is one of the greatest places for remote work, while Scottsdale is one of the top cities for employment. If you’re relocating to catch more sunny days, Arizona’s sunniest towns, including Phoenix and Tucson, offer its people a wealth of outdoor recreation opportunities. Arizona residents have access to the Grand Canyon National Park, the breathtaking natural splendor of Glen Canyon Park, top-notch golfing at venues like Raven Golf Club and TPC Scottsdale, and the well-known Jerome ghost town.

North Carolina

Several people have moved to North Carolina for its affordability due to its cheap cost of living and active employment market. During the last several years, metro regions like Charlotte and Raleigh have seen a population explosion. Research Triangle Park, a hub for research and technology, comprises the communities of Oak City, Durham, and Chapel Hill, making it an excellent place for young STEM workers to live. 


The Peach State anticipates significant growth due to Atlanta being the best location to relocate to in 2023. Just 2.9% unemployment is much lower than the national average in this Southern state. Georgia is one of the cheapest states to live in due to its low cost of living and low taxes. Due to the presence of primary corporate headquarters for companies like Home Depot, UPS, Delta Airlines, and the Coca-Cola Company, relocating to crowded areas like Atlanta or Savannah gives up a wealth of professional prospects. Georgians spend their free time visiting the Aquarium, strolling through the famed City Market in the Landmark District, camping out on one of the many trails in the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest, hiking, biking, or taking in the breathtaking views from Rock City atop Lookout Mountain.


Texas has a lot of room, fantastic culture, and activities. The expansive grasslands of the Lone Star State attract people looking for space to expand and own inexpensive property and homes. Although major cities like Austin and Dallas continue to develop, suburbs and smaller communities like Katy, Frisco, and Richmond have seen a rise in population due to their affordable housing and opportunities for property owners. Texas residents can access various recreational opportunities, including hiking through Big Bend National Park, surfing at Stewart Beach, spray-painting their unique designs on Cadillac Ranch sculptures, and exploring Natural Bridge Caverns.