Entrepreneurship a mighty force in stoking a regional economy
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Mid-sized metro areas like Greater Cleveland may be making a big mistake if they pursue economic revival through job creation alone, a new report argues. New jobs are not always good jobs and new wealth works best when it's lasting and widely shared.
That argument comes from a study being released today by the Fund for Our Economic Future, a collaboration of area philanthropies focused on the region's long-term prosperity.
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