While company growth remains the top internal condition influencing volumes for the fourth straight year, it remains similar to previous recessionary levels despite maintaining last year's substantial increase over 2009 (46% vs. 24%). For the first time in seven years, this factor inches ahead as the top reason for relocations overall. Lack of local talent is the top external factor, similar in weight to company growth (44% vs. 46%). Economic conditions (30%) and the real estate market (23%) decline slightly, falling within historical ranges for economic recoveries. Only small firms weigh local talent shortfalls more than company growth (43% vs. 35%). Generally, external pressures seem to be lessening. Company growth as a driver remains muted and is markedly below levels seen in previous periods of strong economic growth across company size, but most substantially among small firms.