The 43 Things to Economic Developers Need to Know This Week
The stories that Dane thinks you need to see this week. March 9, 2023 edition.
Welcome to the make you a smarter economic developer newsletter! Thanks for spending a few minutes with us this morning. 👋
Thank you so much to everyone who took a moment to take my reader survey earlier this week.
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Another interesting takeaway from the survey was the number of you who'd prefer to receive only one email weekly. I will look into implementing this feature soon for those who'd prefer it.
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This week we have 43 stories, graphics, charts, and videos that I think you'll find informative, useful, inspiring, and perhaps even humorous. Some are economic development related directly, and some only indirectly. 🤔
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As always, if you find something interesting, please send it to me.
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1) Rents rose in 58% of all counties nationwide between 2020 and 2023.
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