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Assorted Links Wednesday

Compelling email subject lines, jobs, houses, farms, inflation, avocados, and more.

Dane Carlson
Dane Carlson
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Assorted Links Wednesday
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The ultimate guide to compelling email subject lines: data-driven best practices + 21 examples.


There are still more job openings than unemployed workers to fill them in February, according to numbers released yesterday by the Labor Department.


Supply chain disruptions bring tax headaches: Remote workers, and in some cases independent contractors, can also change a company’s state tax situation.


The US drug supply is more reliant on India than thought: An ambitious data probe highlights how dependence on one country could pose risks for the quality and supply of critical medicines.


Small farms, those making under $350K: Now have less than half of U.S. farmland and 1/5 of production by value.


Home-price growth accelerated in January as the supply of homes for sale fell to a new low:


Households are increasingly seeing inflation as the nation’s most important problem:


How Americans will use their tax refunds:


Where $5 trillion in pandemic stimulus money went:


Pivot to queso: Avocado prices have jumped to a 24-year high due to lower supplies from Mexico, the world’s biggest avocado exporter. An index tracking the price of avocados from the Mexican state of Michoacan has soared 81% this year.


Some people are going back to the office:


Analyzing NYC caffeine deprivation through location intelligence: The spatial patterns of coffee shops across New York City.

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Founder/Host of Econ Dev Show. By day: Director of Economic Development for Galveston County, Texas.