Enrico Moretti, Economics Professor & Fulbright Fellow, UC Berkeley

New US employment numbers were released yesterday, and as you surely know by now, they brought bad news. This happened, as did this… And you could almost hear the collective frustration at the thought that things might not be getting better. Getting a job is hard, but how much of it has to do not with what you do for a living, but where you do it? What if the three most important parts of employment were location, location, location? Enrico Moretti is a UC Berkeley economist, Fulbright Fellow and author of the new and important book “The Geography of Jobs.” (Originally broadcast 6-2-12 on The John Batchelor Show)

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