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Assorted Links Sunday

Work from home, robots, entrepreneurship's lost decade, building capacity vs getting things done, and more.

Dane Carlson
Dane Carlson
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Assorted Links Sunday
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Superstar cities are (probably) immune from WFH: Economist Enrico Moretti sees “massive changes” in how people live and work, but still not enough to counter the forces that made places like New York and San Francisco so rich and expensive.


Robots replace humans as labor shortages bite: Automation gathers pace as logistics groups struggle to find workers to deal with surge in next-day deliveries


So what does a lost decade for American entrepreneurship look like? Well, here you go:


Building capacity and getting things done are sometimes in conflict.


Compensation costs in private industry averaged $36.64 per hour worked in June 2021:

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