Did you know that in different parts of the country the American Dream is viewed as more or less achievable? How easy is it to achieve the American Dream where you live? Creators of this new performance measure explain what their research shows.
“We see it in movies all the time: A family in which the mother stays home to watch the children and the father comes home from working his corporate 9-to-5 job. But we are learning that it is becoming more fiction than reality for many people.”
“A couple of months ago, my credit union sent me a new credit card in the mail because I had made a transaction at Home Depot. Apparently my personal information had been compromised. Home Depot had been hacked. Hence the new card.”
“Conventional wisdom holds that an economic development organization must have a good if not exceptional website if it is to attract the attention of a site selection consultant or some CEO sitting up late in his or her pajamas who is scouring the...”
“The NLRB’s new union election rules shorten a company’s chances for convincing employees that there’s no need for a union — which could be preemptively avoided by better labor-management communication.”
“I was surprised by the question, "Do you live with your family?" I tried to explain that the answer was no. In India, families live together. Here we are focused on independence and the desire to make it on our own.”
“As we come to the end of 2014, it's interesting to take a look back and see what has resonated most among the many economic development professionals who follow us. Here is a look at the 10 most popular economic development blog posts of the year.”
“The location and expansion plans of our Corporate Survey respondents are not as robust as we had hoped, and their site selection priorities have been realigned, with facilities costs supplanting labor considerations.”
“Study finds “no significant correlation between dissolved methane concentrations in groundwater and proximity to nearby oil/gas wells.” A new peer-reviewed study discredits findings of controversial research claiming that higher concentrations of...”
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