That pretty much hits the nail on the head. Residing in "paradise" can be a chore if you have to work for a living. I had the "opportunity" to live and work in Hawaii for several years. It wasn't much fun trudging off to work and completing daily chores while all those around you are on vacation. Add to this the fact that the demographics change every week or two so you never have the opportunity to "get used to" the routine--driving habits and dining/touring habits of varying age groups and nationalities change on a weekly basis--so you've got a brand new set of problems to contend with week-in and week-out. Finding a job with "living wage" in SoWal is pretty much impossible unless you bring your job with you (Dr, Lawyer, Indian Chief). Full-time rental housing is nonexistent and housing prices are out of reach for working people. Service workers, including teachers, police, firefighters, A/C technicians and plumbers are at a disadvantage and shortages in these trades may eventually add to the problems in the area. Moreover, the shops and restaurants can't find employees to fill traditionally low-wage jobs which in turn cause problems for the managers/owners. The good news is this last problem, may be eliminated in the near future as the real estate industry recedes and current local real estate agents (who already have residences in the area) start looking for work.