A kind of validation of my thinking on this

A New York research firm has published a report with looks at “how companies are using innovative location strategies that rely on geographic diversification to successfully respond to the challenge of talent recruitment. The report says this:

“….companies across a broad range of industries are increasingly
finding themselves reliant on very specialized talent (e.g., mathematicians
or statisticians for risk management or simulation functions, highly
specialized computer scientists or engineers for product development or
research functions, etc.). Highly-focused Centers of Excellence,
strategically located, can provide a strong competitive advantage in
obtaining such workers by providing them with preferred lifestyle options
not available with other employers.”

Now, you tell me. How many “highly focused” centres of excellence are there in New Brunswick focusing on turning out “very specialized talent” as a tool to help attract and grow industries?

Anyone? Bueller?