Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Unemployment falls in most regions but Inland Empire still suffers - latimes.com: "Among the 49 metro areas with a population of 1 million or more, the Inland Empire recorded the highest unemployment rate, at 10.9%."
This is a travesty! Where are (or what are) our industries? Did we expect to survive only on construction? Who are the forward thinkers planning for our future? How do we employ our children...and keep our college graduates here? Health Care? Technology? Or maybe combine the two with bio-tech? Something other than building houses and shopping centers. Again...a travesty and why so many capable, talented people (especially young people) leave the area.