Massachusetts’ residents are fortunate to reside in a local with a high first world status. Our proposal will show that globalization has changed the criteria for obtaining and maintaining a local's first world status. Most of our general public is not aware of this change. Our proposal will show that increasingly, the locals with the highest first world status will tend to be those locals that provide their entire population with the opportunity to benefit from:
Our proposal will show that in this world globalization is reshaping, our state must aim for outcomes like these, or its high first world status will slip away to other locals that achieve these outcomes.
Our state's high ranking must constantly be earned anew, because the global competition to acquire and maintain first world status is fierce. This intensity is the result of seven billion people craving the huge economic, technological, and quality of life advantages this ranking offers. To learn more, visit dynamics that threaten our state's first world status.
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