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PHILADELPHIA October 25 LUNCH + IDEA EXCHANGE The CHEMOURS Company featured aires relocation cosponsors lunch HHG and RMCs... oxymoron? Everyone talks... sound interesting to you?

HOUSTON, November 3 at AIG- 2929 Allen Parkway E Y is EDUCATION sponsor Innovative expense management for candidates Halliburton and CB&I speak low cost, high value connex

Fort Lauderdale, November 9; education + boat cruise American Tower Corp: Mobile talent dev ORION Mobility presents on INNOVATIVE expense mgt HR policy and mobility

DALLAS downtown FRIDAY December 1 -AIG boardroom Women in Leadership- how it’s done Finding Your Lane ... thrive US Relocations grow; policy changes come join the conversations at the boardroom table

SEATTLE, Friday morning, FEB 2 VULCAN CHRO keynotes on private equity and global talent Quicken Loans cosponsor the lunch CIGNA talks bout group benefits Private Equity & Mobile Talent ... come learn more

 International Real Estate boom impacting US employee relocations

·        Foreign buyers closed on $153 billion U.S. residential properties 12 months ended in March.

·        +49% from 2015-2016, according to National Association of Realtors

·        Florida, Texas, California has most international buyers; China, Canada, UK, Mexico, India

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San Diego ranks #9 on “top 25” list of tech cities in the US, reports Cushman & Wakefield, a large real estate company.  BioTech and wireless electronics such as Qualcomm

are booming and attracting the new workforce in big numbers. Here’s one example: NuVasive, Inc. (NASDAQ: NUVA), a leading medical device company focused on transforming spine surgery with minimally disruptive, proceedurally-integrated solutions, recently announced the expansion of its San Diego global headquarters, including the creation of an innovation center of excellence where surgeons from around the world will be educated and trained on the latest NuVasive spine technology and procedures designed to drive clinical predictability and improve patients’ lives. 

“Top 10” tech markets, according to CBRE’s Tech Talent Scorecard Report: Seattle is the most educated market in the nation according to the report, with 62.1 percent of all residents over 25 with at least a bachelor’s degree; Portland 4th with 48.6 percent with a college degree.  

Big issue is the rising cost of living but Seattle remains a significantly cheaper place to live and work than the SF Bay Area.   Average rent in Seattle remains about $1,100 per month less than San Francisco; office rents are about half. Seattle comes in as the 10th most expensive market for both apartments and office space, according to the report.