As a relocation, delivery and storage company, we LOVE fun moving facts!
A move can be one of the most exciting times in your life as you are starting a new adventure but it can also be extremely stressful.
That’s where we come in. Leave all of the hard and heavy stuff to us- from the packing, to the transporting to the unpacking and organizing!
Since you’re probably so thrilled about the prospect that all you can do is think about your impending move, we’ve rounded up some moving tips and interesting facts about moving that you might not have known.
Here are some fun facts and moving tips from MyMove:
Americans like moving more than they do Mickey Mouse
It’s true. The number of people who move every year, 43 million, is four times more than the number of people who visit Disneyland in the same amount of time.
That’s 17 percent of the population, which amounts for an awful lot of moving companies transferring an awful lot of belongings from here to there.
No wonder they’re always booked up on short notice. (U.S. Census Bureau)
According to the Employee Relocation Council, there are only two other life events that are more stressful than moving: death and divorce.
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The most common moving company customers are married couples between the ages of 25 and 44, with one or two kids ranging in age from two to 11.
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The majority of moves are job related, making up 46 percent of all relocations. The rest are because of retirement (32 percent) and “other” personal reasons (22 percent).
One of the biggest deciding factors in movers choosing a particular neighborhood is convenient proximity to their workplace. (U.S. Census Bureau)
The average person will relocate 11.7 times throughout the course of their life, according to information from the U.S. Census Bureau.
Since there’s no such thing as moving “partway,” let’s just go ahead and round that number up to 12. How many times have you moved?
If you just graduated from high school or college, you may want to consider packing up now. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 35 percent of all high school graduates and 30 percent of all college graduates move to another state within five years of graduation.