Different corners of the state have wildly different economic conditions. The Arrowhead mining downturn just isn’t turning around and it seems the people elected there have little on their mind except reinvigorating mining first, something else second.
But northwest Minnesota is having a jobs boom so strong they have to bus people in from Bay Area-commute type distances.
Businesses there expand there and have turned to begging local government to help attract workers.
https://www.bizjournals.com/twincities/ ... -next.html
The jobs boom in north west Minnesota isn’t sudden, it’s been going on a long while and they still can figure out how to make housing there cheaper to attract workers for the booming manufacturers.
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