Cleveland is not bleeding jobs. I’m not saying we can’t do better, but like KJP said I’m not sure where you’re getting this from.
This is from an article KJP posted a few days ago:
“Demand for apartments is coming from an increase in employment that is allowing more people to move into rentals. Employers added roughly 14,200 positions year over year in May, nearly double the previous year’s growth.
Another encouraging sign for Cleveland is that most employment sectors added jobs during this period. The heightened hiring has kept the unemployment rate below 5 percent for the past five months and the rate is down 80 basis points since May 2018.”
We can do better and I don’t mind discussions about that, but let’s get the facts straight.