By Stephen Frank, California Political News and Views
Now, a company is paying workers NOT to work in San Fran. What I do not understand is why the company stays in the toilet bowl of California.
“Silicon Valley startup ‘MainStreet’ made headlines this week with its offer of paying $10,000 for people to move out of the Bay Area.
MainStreet, whose company goal is to “help create jobs in rural and suburban cities around America“, has gotten a lot of positive feedback from its program. The Bay Area has been the hardest hit region in the housing crisis with a lack of affordable housing, high prices, and a perceived feel of ‘being taken over’ by the tech industry. MainStreet’s goal of bringing remote jobs outside of cities and to places where they may need remote workers.”
Thanks to technology any company in this industry can be headquartered. Be bold—move to Idaho, Texas, Arizona or any other Free State. Why pay people $10,000 to move—when the company could move and everybody will succeed.
Related article: Why MainStreet’s Viral ‘$10,000 To Leave The Bay Area’ Offer Will Only Hurt The Region
Stephen Frank: Is the the publisher and editor of the California Political News and Views. Mr. Frank speaks all over California and appears as a guest on several radio shows each week. He has also served as a guest host on radio talk shows and is a full time political consultant. http://capoliticalnews.com/
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