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Terrance Hawes named talent and economic inclusion coordinator by Spartanburg, South Carolina, chamber. He will work to create and implement a strategic plan to ensure economic inclusion and to develop, attract and retain talent

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"It's all about how people connect to the economy. We're talking everyone; the young, the small businesses, the disabled, the disadvantaged." Long Beach Vice Mayor and Ninth District Councilman @RexRichardson

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A tool for growth that benefits everyone

Metro areas around the nation look to Nashville as a model of economic development done well. Its output grew by nearly 25 percent from 2010 to 2015, transforming its downtown and bringing with it an unprecedented boom in high-wage jobs in the professional-services and health-care industries.

America’s most and least distressed cities

We know there’s a widening geographic economic gap in the United States, most vividly described in the months leading up to the 2016 election as a battle between the “left behind” and the “coastal elites.

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