Creative Class: Where the Creative Class Jobs Will Be

More than 35 million people are currently employed in creative class work in fields like science, technology, and engineering; business, finance, and management; law, health care, and education; and arts, culture, media, and entertainment. The creative class makes up roughly a third of total employment and accounts for more than half of all wages and salaries in America. Creative class employment has seen relatively low rates of unemployment during the course of the economic crisis. Creative class jobs will make up roughly half of all projected U.S. employment growth – adding 6.8 million new jobs by 2018

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New York State of Mind: photos by Laurie Bartley

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School Play by Julia Fullerton-Batten

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Polaramas: Los Angeles by Gal Harpaz

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Project Morrinho

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Garb Fest – T Magazine Blog

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Book Review: Urban Interventions – Personal Projects in Public Spaces

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The zest in the west: Sydney’s sizzling centre

As the ugg boot has refashioned itself, so has Parramatta, which bills itself as the creative city. It has a $1.4 billion makeover of Civic Place in the pipeline, part of one of the state’s largest mixed-use urban renewal projects.

Parramatta City Council is also rolling out the red carpet next month with the launch of a Screen NSW program to entice filmmakers to use its historic buildings and pretty river setting as a backdrop for movies. A $100,000 plan to turn disused commercial buildings into spaces for artists to exhibit and sell their works recently won state and council funding.

Parramatta City Council plans to offer its downtown building foyers as display places for artists whose works feature in Sculpture by the Sea. It already provides 15 artists reduced rent at the studios it operates in Church Street Mall. it is hoped that the World Heritage listing of Old Government House and Parramatta Park this month will lead to a boom for tourism to Australia’s second-oldest city, which attracts about 35,000 to 50,000 international, interstate and local visitors a year.

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A31 architects: art warehouse boeotia

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Norman Parkinson 1971

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Norman Parkinson 1971

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A31 architects: art warehouse boeotia

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Photographer: Christine Suarez, Daemian Smith, Model: Tiiu Kuik

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Book II | Paranaiv / Are Sundnes

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Book II | Paranaiv / Are Sundnes

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Book II | Paranaiv / Are Sundnes

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venice architecture biennale 2010: temporary theatre by berger&berger

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venice architecture biennale 2010 preview: berger&berger

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See and download the full gallery on posterous

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Beacon, NY

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P.A.M. | SLAMXHYPE

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P.A.M. | SLAMXHYPE

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Seoul | Paranaiv / Are Sundnes

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Anotherfaceinthecrowd

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