As the economy recovered last year, more international workers started calling the United States home, CNNMoney reported. Based on customer data from UniGroup Relocation, the international arm of United Van Lines LLC, 15 percent more people moved to the United States than left the country. That's up from 7 percent in 2012. The No. 1 place new residents are coming from: the United Kingdom. Up next: Germany, China, Australia and France. The U.S. economy has rebounded faster than most of the eurozone, spurring an inflow of workers from that region, explained Michael Stoll, an economist and chair of the department of public policy at UCLA. In addition, more U.S. companies are looking farther afield for highly skilled workers, he said.