Workforce drying up, analyst says

Brain drain makes it hard to fill manufacturing jobs

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Where are all of the good ‘ol boys? All of the ones elected over and over and over again and again? Have they taken the money and run? The good ‘ol boys that claim to know what is best for us? The good ‘ol boys that appear on every board, committee, leadership position and every other elitist making venue? The good ‘ol boys and girls that need a top notch theatre-the theatre in which they may hob nob and be seen patting each others butts among other things? More proof that recycling politicians is akin to shooting oneself in the foot over and over and over again.

Economics plays a big part in the loss of graduates staying in the valley. If employers want to gain and retain skilled and educated workers, they need to more closely match the compensation of those other cities and states.

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