Fixing Britain’s two-tier economy

Alexandra Jones writes in LabourList on our new Unequal Opportunity report on job quality in cities.

Press release published on 6 September 2014

In the 20th Century, well-organised, fair-paying factories and offices stood at the heart of the Labour movement and the economies of many British cities. They were the home of the ‘mid-range’ jobs, which paid decent wages, offered opportunities for training and promotion, and acted as a potential bridge for those starting their careers at the bottom, to reach the managerial positions at the top.

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