A recent report by the Economic Innovation Group concluded that there’s been a huge drop in the economic dynamism in America since the early 90’s. What exactly does this mean? Strong evidence suggests that immigrants and their children are much more likely to start a business than native-born Americans and those who have been in this country for decades.
Today on Bold Business, we discussed this story and more in our weekly headlines segment with John Burnett, Entrepreneur, Author and Professor, and our hosts Carrie Sheffield, Bold founder, and Julia Sun, TV host.
We also discussed the declining rate of teen employment and the underdevelopment of soft skills such as: teamwork, problem solving, and conflict resolution. Uber’s latest troubles, and TSA changes this summer are also in our weekly headlines round up! Join the conversation in the comments! Watch here or on our Facebook page.
It will not make its way into the show, but I’m a fuzzy techie. I have been compared to Mark Wahlberg and Brian Litrell in one day. Great complement.
Fuzzy just means you are sociable and can connect well with people. Considered a soft a skill and not a hard skill.
Hard skill means you actually know what you talking about.
Ah well show us your fuzzy side then! You should join our show LIVE 🙂 9am ET Tuesdays and 10am Fridays at Facebook.com/BOLDTV
Haha… oh you are too funny. I’m a fuzzy hearted person and always show my fuzzy side.
Even if my intellect makes the truth seem like a relentlessly cruel mistress.
Just be forewarned. I’m an adept fuzzy and my gentler side of creative kindness might blind yah and knock you off your set – i.e. wear a helmet. Would hate for your to hurt your pumpkin.
Lol being from Missouri, The Show Me State (in part), I will believe it when I see it 😉
Okay, when I’m not helping grow a startup, thwarting hackers and doing IT related business stuff, I will try to join the show.