SEASONAL MIGRATION OF RETIREES: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
Maria-Cristina Espinoza and
Judith I. Stallmann
No 24010, Faculty Paper Series from Texas A&M University, Department of Agricultural Economics
Anecdotes suggest that tourism experiences may affect the migration decisions of retirees. Seasonal migration by retirees may be an intermediate step between tourism and permanent migration. A review of the literature on seasonal migration finds that some seasonal migrants become permanent migrants. In general, seasonal and permanent migrants come from two separate migration streams and are two different lifestyles. Seasonal migration generally does not lead to permanent migration.
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