The act of changing residence or place of work. It's okay if it's a verb-article-noun construction, but the verb must make it clear that a lot of changes have been made. How about nomads or nomads? , as in “We were very nomadic” or “we were nomads”. Living the life of a nomad; wandering.
The words act and move can be used in similar contexts, but acting emphasizes the transmission of power to work or to move. The verb 1.1 (from a person) moves to a new area or country to find work or better living conditions. While in some cases it's almost identical to moving, driving involves transmitting continuous, forward movement and often emphasizes effect rather than momentum. While all of these words mean to put or maintain movement, moving is very general and involves nothing more than changing positions.
Military families with children move frequently, often crossing state lines or to foreign countries, and they move every two to three years, on average. The synonyms push and move are sometimes interchangeable, but push is often figurative and suggests a great motivational impetus.