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If one is unhappy in Spartanburg or Hickory then one will be unhappy anywhere. The Carolinas don't require money to live a happy life just step outside cut some firewood, grow some food and talk to some folk..
It just could be Spartanburg and Hickory and the othe three didn't pay enough to the pollers too
1. Financial institutions are owned by stockholders.
2. Stockholders are loathe to lose capital under *any* circumstances.
3. College attendance , and financials are correlated 1:1.
4. The authors would have you believe that places with </= 20% graduates are miserable
in order to sway those on the "fence" to buy their worthless product(s).
on a non-related note: apparently in their stampede to persuade us, they forgot to check
their demographics AND their geography. One of their "miserable" entries does not even exist.
(they later edited it and STILL GOT IT WRONG)
There is a moral to this:
Don't by their crappy college products that do not result in employment, and only line the stockholders pockets.
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