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Most who left state don't plan to return

Jobs, housing inspired moves, survey finds

Nanette Thelemaque and Richard Nelson gave up apartments in Chelsea and Salem to buy a house in Newbury, N.H. They have no plans to move back to Massachusetts.
Nanette Thelemaque and Richard Nelson gave up apartments in Chelsea and Salem to buy a house in Newbury, N.H. They have no plans to move back to Massachusetts. (Globe Staff Photo / Geoff Forester) Globe Staff Photo / Geoff Forester
By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / May 14, 2006

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A majority of people who moved out of Massachusetts last year report they are very satisfied with life in their new state and would not move back, a Boston Globe poll has found. (Full article: 1172 words)

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