How America's Mobility Hurts Poor ChildrenGene Koretz
Americans are among the most mobile of people, with about one-fifth moving each year. But while mobility can improve the efficiency of labor markets, it seems particularly high among the poor and disadvantaged. The effect on children can be particularly devastating, according to a recent General Accounting Office study.
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