Tim Logan writes that the trouble with talent attraction as an economic development strategy is that talent seeks opportunity—and without jobs, a "creative class" city will wither.
Tim Logan writes that the trouble with talent attraction as an economic development strategy is that talent seeks opportunity. "A gay-friendly vibe and a good indie rock scene may draw newcomers, but to keep them, you need jobs. ... Most of us want the opportunity to use our talent, our creativity, in the place we call home. Giving people the chance to do that gets back to the fundamentals of economic development: Building new companies."
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