Comedian Sam Kinison had a famous bit in which he advised hungry people to “move to where the food is.” Today, Slate’s Matthew Yglesias wonders why more Americans don’t move to where the jobs are. Sure, some of these moves might require you to wear a much thicker coat (although, if you’d prefer something warmer Honolulu has a low unemployment rate). But people made such geo-related lifestyle changes in the past. This may be the mobile age, but when it comes to where we live, we’re a whole lot less mobile than we used to be.