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Economist Noted in Story on Creativity and Cities

In a story on The Atlantic Cities website, UMaine economist Todd Gabe was mentioned as having researched how workers in three broad types of jobs — knowledge-based creative class jobs (in science and technology; business and the professions; and arts, design media, land entertainment) lower-skill routine service jobs (in food preparation and retail sales for example), and routine working-class jobs (in manufacturing, transportation and construction) — have fared since the apex of the economic crisis.

Contact: Jessica Bloch, (207) 581-3777

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