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A survey of residents of and migrants to 15 fast-growing wilderness counties showed that only 25 percent of the migrants increased their income, while almost 50 percent accepted income losses upon their moves to high-amenity counties. Concomitantly, amenities and quality of life were more important factors in the migration decision than was employment, for instance. We focused on migrants in the labor force and employed multinomial logistic regression to identify the impact of migrants'doi:10.52324/001c.9130 fatcat:nqxyrdgsxna6tbiufezhylgmtm