Listening to a GREAT program on NPR with Richard Florida who writes in an article for The Atlantic, that this crisis "marks the end of a chapter in American economic history, and indeed, the end of a whole way of life."

HIGHLY recommended. He paints changes in our mobility as a workforce, moving as needed to where our talents are more valued. To a lifestyle less tied to the "single family dwelling" where we live in one place for 50 years, and to a more renter-focused market supporting our ability to move closer to our workplaces.

Wonderful thoughtful article.