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Note: This chart is derived based on questions asked of 25 OCHR/Talent leaders at OC Talent Forum on April 14. Participants were asked: As employers and top talent adapt to a distributed workforce and hybrid work schedules, what are some of the greatest advantages and competitive gaps of Orange County for attracting and developing top talent? On a scale of 1 (least important) to5 (most important), participants revealed OC’s No. 1 advantage is its lifestyle while a competitive gap is the high cost of living.

Source: ThoughtExchange Analytics

Note: This chart is derived based on questions asked of 25 OCHR/Talent leaders at OC Talent Forum on April 14. Participants were asked: As employers and top talent adapt to a distributed workforce and hybrid work schedules, what are some of the greatest advantages and competitive gaps of Orange County for attracting and developing top talent? On a scale of 1 (least important) to5 (most important), participants revealed OC’s No. 1 advantage is its lifestyle while a competitive gap is the high cost of living. Source: ThoughtExchange Analytics

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