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In NYC, where real estate markets price quality, noisy construction zones offer cheaper rents and this attracts those who seek a bargain and can handle some disamenities.
Candidates' early work experience, hobbies, extracurricular activities or nonprofit involvement—such as painting houses to pay for college or touring with a punk rock band through Europe—often provide insight into how well an applicant would fit into the company culture, Dr. Carlisle says.
The internship was designed to mirror the exact role of a full time Associate in an Investment Bank. I was involved in live deals, worked on financial models, and helped write investment memos. For better or worse, I also worked 100 hour weeks, just like the full time employees. The LA Times reveals what the super rich want in luxury homes. The answer is nice bathrooms. Lot's of them.
Real estate owners in such areas are the residual claimant and benefit from this dynamic. Reduced crime goes a long way to triggering one of these cascades.
Today, I published a piece about the benefits of introducing more cities for LDC residents to choose from. Such charter cities represent an exciting policy proposal.
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