McKinsey quote of the day

“Almost every decision of significance is made by people with advanced degrees, and yet we are a tiny slice of the country. We have the power to make these decisions, and yet our economic reality is vastly different than the people who have to live with our decisions. That disconnect, culturally and geographically, is so clear.”

Farah Stockman, Pulitzer Prize-winning author and New York Times editorial board member, in “Author Talks: What happens to Americans when they lose their jobs?

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