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Offline MH

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Re: Corporate Culture
« on: June 09, 2017, 06:15:20 am »

Waterloo Iowa is an example of what happened to middle America.  Many thousands of jobs were lost in that town, and it took 30 years (!) for it to come back. When it did, it did so on the foundation of immigrants who were resilient and willing to work for less.  The promise of prosperity for Americans raised on the company cheque met the reality of global economics.

Thread drift ( sorry moderator  :P )


In any case, it's not the politics of this so much that interests me, or the citizens of Waterloo.  You can see in the article that independents are rejecting the mainstream parties.  The cultural effects will be felt on the backs of economic change.  For my division of the bank corporate (digital, tech) we are benefiting from the new economy so the people can afford a little liberal pity, both emotionally and economically.