Writing for the BBC, Andrew Carter and Paul Swinney discuss what difference the age of a city's residents makes.
Cities are often thought of as places for the young, but the reality is that many have an ageing population. What difference does the age of a city’s residents make?
British cities with younger populations tend to have a larger pool of working age residents but face more housing challenges, whereas cities with older populations tend to have more experienced, productive workers but contend with greater healthcare demands.
Read more in the BBC News.
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