Best Locations to be Laid Off, Ctd

by Lane Wallace

A follow-up to my last post about places in America where being "secure-job-free" (as a "car-free" Californian might put it) might be easier ... both in terms of emotional and cultural support, and in terms of tangible networking and freelance help from experienced independent workers, for those who decide to launch their own business or creative endeavor.

It turns out that last summer, CNNMoney put together short profiles of the 100 best places, in their opinion, to launch your own business. An interesting list to ponder. 

2006-2011 archives for The Daily Dish, featuring Andrew Sullivan

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