Thursday, September 22, 2016

Worth Reading - September 22, 2016

Hello readers, I am on vacation next week so no posts next Tuesday or Thursday. See you again in October!

I think about how struggling cities can turn things around a lot. This interview of Paul Stewart of Oswego Renaissance brought up some interesting ideas. 

The National Post asks, after a year in power are the Liberals that different from the Conservatives

The Globe and Mail is reporting on a study that says overqualified workers often lack basic skills..... 

Somewhat related to the above, from the Onion, Man Just Waiting Tables Until Fundamental Structure of the US Economy Changes

Vice asked people with 'useless' sounding degrees if they regret their choices

John Ivison casts his cynicism towards the electoral town halls being hosted across the country. 

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