Image previewYoung talent. Everybody wants it. And countless communities across the country have made significant investments to make themselves more appealing as places to live, recognizing the importance of quality of place in drawing talent. But what does the Millennial generation really want in a community and what do they consider the most important criteria in making that location decision? editor and BusinessClimate contributor Matt Carmichael delves into those questions in a newly released white paper, The Millennial Equation: Does Livability Really Factor Into Attracting Young Talent?

For entrepreneurs aspiring to launch successful businesses centered around tech, media, fashion, food and other burgeoning fields, San Francisco, New York City and Portland might seem like the obvious places to go to fulfill their dreams. But plenty of other cities offer established infrastructure and skilled workforces in these areas at a fraction of the business costs and living expenses.... Read More »

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