Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by JerichoHill, Feb 14, 2012.
My first paper is on why fat people locate in cold cities with cheap food.
JH's job is to raise my opportunity cost sufficiently to entice me to jump ship.
GS-13 = 90K a year with full benefits and easy tenure track.
haha! My dream is to move to Leadville, CO
Also, congrats on your new job and your furthering of your education!
That's a pretty sweet salary.
Wow, do you get bonuses on top of that in government jobs?
Good luck. You'll need it.
Erm... serious? I don't read all off-topic threads, and since I've never seen you talk about it I just wouldn't have made the connection.
Well, you don't need economy for that. It's just biology. People feel cold, so they instinctively use the best and most insinctive stratgy to keep the warmth of their bodies. And that strategy just happens to be eating more fat so you become fat.
JH is very good at his job.
I'm fairly sure the Fed can employ more than 1 economist at a time.
Perhaps, but I've little reason to think they do.
Yeah but i can prove it with regression
(Seriously its a cute paper with an application of the model Ill be using in my dissertation and its silly but simple enough to be published quickly)
And that's starting salary.
We clearly should put him in charge of CFC's Accounts Department.
As Drew Carey would say
Milwaukee's in Wisconsin.
Is it a cause or an effect?
How will you address the fat people in the South relative, especially Louisiana, Mississippi, etc...
Welcome back Sir Dr. Jericho Hill!
Depends on the agency and how they are funded, taxpayer or own funded.
The model I work with will only hold for largish cities. I can control for climate, food prices, wages, housing costs, and other factors you'd suspect.
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