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    10.18.17
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    “In cities like New York, Los Angeles, Miami, and San Francisco, you put in more than 100 hours to make enough money just to pay for housing. That’s longer than two-and-a-half weeks, meaning well over 50% of your take-home pay! Not surprisingly, unaffordable places are all located on the either coastline. In fact, 8 of the 10 most expensive places are all located in California. …The best places tend to be old manufacturing cities like Toledo, OH and Memphis, TN (17 and 18 hours, respectively).”

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    Platforming the Future
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    “We are also in the midst of so much foundational change happening so fast, that we as a society have some very large questions—and answers—to consider.”

     


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