Cities can offer low-skilled people good economic outcomes that support inclusive growth aims, but inclusive growth cannot come without economic growth.
City leaders and policymakers up and down the country are increasingly prioritising inclusive growth strategies to ensure that economic prosperity benefits all segments of the population. As engines of growth, but also as locations of the greatest levels of poverty, cities play an essential role in creating inclusive economies.
The challenges involved differ widely from city to city, however, and this report looks at the geography of low-skilled jobs and people, analysing how and why economic outcomes vary between places as well as unpacking the mechanisms through which low-skilled jobs are created.
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The report sets out four areas policymakers should focus on to create sustainable, long-term and inclusive economic growth in cities:
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