“Kosciusko is only one of 73 counties in the United States with unemployment rates of 2 percent or lower, according to the most recent data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Many are in ¬≠energy-rich counties in the Midwest and Colorado, where the fracking and natural gas booms have vacuumed up the workforce. They also include communities that defy the heartland stereotype of industrial decay — like Warsaw, in northern Indiana, and Columbus, about three hours south.” WaPo with a very interesting look at a problem you might not know existed. In this part of the Midwest, the problem isn’t China. It’s too many jobs. (It turns out that having too many jobs available can be as dangerous over the long term as having too few.)