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By Robert Pittman, Executive Director, Janus Institute In post-war America, perhaps no image illustrated economic progress more than a comfortable single-family house on a tree-lined street – complete with a car (or two) in every driveway and a chicken in every pot. The Federal Government made every effort to encourage this American Dream through favorable…
With a growing economy requiring more highly skilled workers, workforce development has become the hottest of topics. As discussed in “A Chicken vs. Egg Redux”, employers can be strongly attracted to communities that have educated and skilled workers. Assessing the local labor force and marketing the community to matching industries has been an economic development…
By Robert Pittman, Executive Director, Janus Institute Do you think you live in a good community? Do you have a good quality of life, a good job, good friends in town, nice restaurants, and weather that suits you? Some fortunate communities have all of these attributes. Many do not, but still, most people would probably…