What You Want to Know About Innovation
Kelly Bennett, VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Wednesday, June 5, 2013
Erik Bruvold, president of the National University System Institute for Policy Research, said he thinks that might not be the full story.
“Scott, I think that needs to be tempered a bit. My community (4S) is heavily populated with technology workers. I have little doubt that San Diego has a harder time competing for “millennial” techs who want urban environment – but I also question whether that “is” our technology/innovative economy. San Diego may well have found its “niche” by offering high quality suburban offering to a class of tech workers that want that (married, with kids, often from abroad). But Kelly’s reporting can shed light on this – interview recruiters from a host of firms (probably off the record/Background) to see how much of a problem.”