Economists typically study labor mobility by analyzing how many people have moved to a new location for a job. When mobility declines, this data tells us that people aren’t moving, but it doesn’t tell us whether this is due to an inability to find work or a disinterest in moving. By examining where people actively look for jobs, we can better understand job seeker intent. People often think of only the local population as being competition for local jobs, but if a relatively large number of outsiders are also looking for jobs in that area then the labor market may be tighter than it appears. Significantly, we find that 27.8% of job seekers in the US are willing to make an interstate move and 9.1% of global job seekers are contemplating a cross-border move. The analysis in this report reveals what factors influence people to consider moving and where they’re looking to go.