Well a child with the flu and a round of polar vortex fallout derailed some blogging plans. But that seems to be past so I can get back to business again. Thinking lots about retail pull factors and factors influencing births at the county level as well as issues within the state as far as local areas and recessionary factors.
In this post I branch out from the recent wage discussions to broaden the discussion of Grand Forks, ND by looking at employment comparisons.
I create a county map for North Dakota and look at the deviations of average weekly wage in those counties from the state average.
Some of my previous posts discussed flaws in Brexit negotiations in the past. Here I look at some of the options going forward with some playful humor thrown at what I think is an absolute disaster of a situation.
So far my students voted 14 that the May deal will go down and nobody voting in favor. Only a few say they have not been following it at all while many cite reporting and specific issues that lead them to their vote. It is really interesting to hear the news reports though. All very exciting.Continue reading Student Brexit Poll