Book Review, suburbs, census, Finance
IN the First quarter of 2003, employers took 1,508 mass layoff actions. this trend continues in 2005. there are many reasons for these layoffs, including bankruptcy, business ownership change, financial difficulty, reorganization, domestic or overseas relocation, model change over, product line discontinuation, weather-related reasons, and so on. The employment market is tight right now, and professionals are forced to expand their job searches beyond their geographic areas. Many professionals who have a family look for jobs in the suburbs, trying to avoid congestion and pollution. The U.S. Census shows an increase in nontraditional families also moving to the suburbs.
Original Publication Citation
Camacho, L. (2006). The comparative guide to American suburbs] [book review]. Journal of Business & Finance Librarianship, 12; 3rd ed (1), 95-97.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Camacho, Leticia, "The comparative guide to American suburbs [book review]" (2006). Faculty Publications. 6250.
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