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in-migration

(ĭn′mī-grā′shən)
n.
Migration into one community, region, or country from another.

in′-mi′grate v.
in′-mi′grant n.
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Projected heat-related mortality was highest for the increased in-migration population scenario, followed by the baseline, increased out-migration, decreased mortality, and constant population scenarios.
INMR: The growth rate of gross in-migration is measured by the log-difference between the levels of gross in-migration into a given county;
Across the states, Medicaid in-migration rates ranged from 1.
Thus, Western/Southern Montana experienced net in-migration of 18-to 23-year-olds.
Between those years, the PRC was forced to address two issues: First, it had to resolve the internal social and ethnic unrest created by Han in-migration into the Xinjiang region.
In this study, the potential roles of economic freedom (treated as an economic trait of each state) on the one hand and personal freedom (treated as a dimension of the "quality of life" in each state) on the other hand, on net state in-migration are investigated.
Net in-migration as a source of population growth was not nearly as widespread.
Table 1, Appendix A, Chennareddy (2007) provides in-migration per million households by state in selected years during 1980-2003.
Although some of this rapid growth is probably due to natural population growth, it is also likely due to relatively higher in-migration, domestic migration in particular.
In this two-part article, we systematically examine the effects of natural amenities on in-migration by looking at recent evidence from the U.
The fifth edition features an increased number of cases, from 24 to 25, including three new cases on data-based decision making, the in-migration of Mexican families into a small Midwestern community, and the arrest of high school females during a weekend, off-campus initiation; updated introductions to and content for each case; the addition of a problem framing assignment after each case; updated case questions, suggested activities, and suggested readings; and additional information about problem solving and decision making in the introduction.
A third priority is addressing the aging workforce driven in part of youth outmigration and in-migration of older semi-retired and retired people.