Telling the Good Story

Posted by Whitney Daly on Mar 14, 2016 1:44:41 PM

You probably chose the city in which you live for a number of different reasons. Was it the proximity to other family members or friends? The draw of arts and culture? The short drive to outdoor recreation? The local amenities? Maybe it was the pull of a research center or university? And what about the job market, the ability of a city to lure talented workers, or the low unemployment rate that many places see year after year? Whatever your reasons for choosing the (in your opinion) best place to live and work, many cities still struggle to attract - or keep in many instances - their people. Specifically, young, educated, savvy, and talented people who make solid additions to a city's workforce.

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Topics: Economic Development, Place Marketing, Community Marketing, Community Development

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