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Paradigms. Job agglomeration, talent attraction, reality re-shaped.

Paradigms. Job agglomeration, talent attraction, reality re-shaped.
By Mary Trigiani • Issue #1031 • View online
Economic development practices in rural regions are influenced by cultural markers, habits, and legacy powerholders that remain unquestioned or unchallenged. To reach new heights of growth and prosperity for all, the best first step is to take a fresh look at the factors that generated economic decline or achievement. It clears the way to seeing solutions. Not only those missed, but those which can serve to unite people and to make bias, favoritism and turf irrelevant.

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