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Assorted Links Tuesday

The world's most boring job, how to project the potential appreciation and depreciation on a commercial property, and more.

Dane Carlson
Dane Carlson
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Assorted Links Tuesday

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My new favorite email newsletter: 3 Things by Elaine Zelby.  If you like random business ideas to share with your community, this is for you.


The top 10 cities where house prices have climbed the most:

  1. Phoenix
  2. San Diego
  3. Seattle
  4. Boston
  5. Tampa
  6. Cleveland
  7. Los Angeles
  8. Charlotte
  9. Detroit
  10. New York

From the incredibly obvious department: "Labor force participation declines for mothers and fathers in 2020".


The U.S. Census Bureau has released the initial 2020 Census data, realigning Congressional apportionment.


The six states that gained congressional seats vs. the seven states that lost seats: how do they compare on a variety of measures?


How to project the potential appreciation and the depreciation on a commercial property.


Shoppingcenters.com - what a great domain name, and probably a great tool for many.


Does this sound like a boring job?  "I watch paint dry for a living. It's never boring – there's so much to look for."


While you're watching paint dry, the Wikipedia page listing company name etymologies is a good place to spend some time.

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