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There will be a lot of losers and it will take a lot of attention and work to not become one.
I can't recommend this book strongly enough to anyone that is in the planning or economic development field!
This book is well written and the author's sense of humor makes it both memorable and enjoyable to read.
Finding ways to engage junior and senior high school students in education until they find a career goal that sparks their enthusiasm and energy is critical for the future of our... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Richard P Groves
This book may seem depressing but it is a very accurate read of what is going on with the economy. Politicians aren't talking about this nor is the media. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jay
13 of the good reviews of this book are by people with only 1 or 2 Amazon reviews, another review is by someone with only 3 reviews. Only one reviewer has more than 50 reviews. Read morePublished 17 months ago by doug k
It's information not on most radar screens but vital to our future. It needs to be read by all planners.Published 17 months ago by Al
Mark is the real deal; he wrote this book after a successful career with multi-billion $$$ economic development projects. Read morePublished 18 months ago by WTS
I have always believed there will be a resource altering and allocation economic puzzle that will come with retiring Baby Boomers. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Al Henderson
There have been a number of books on the impact of the exit of the boomers, and none that focuses as well on the community-level impact.Published 22 months ago by Kathy Haake
I volunteer with my City on an Economic Development Committee. In researching the topics I found Lautman's book. To say this book blew my mind is to say a tempest is a mild wind. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Reg Nordman