What is the scale of the graduate brain drain into London, and how can other cities bring back some of their most talented young people?
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Employers in Southern cities have more of an appetite to train their staff.
The apprenticeships system can be difficult to navigate. This report draws out lessons for making the policy a success.
Skill shortages and mismatch are an issue right across the UK.
What role do Cambridge, Oxford, Milton Keynes, Swindon and Norwich play in the UK economy?
Jobseekers Allowance figures will increasingly underestimate unemployment as Universal Credit is rolled out.
The Queens Speech saw the Government recommit itself to achieving the highest employment rate in the G7 - a move which necessitates increasing the skills level of the working age population....
Our latest report for Key Cities looks at how Housing Associations go about improving skills and employment prospects of their tenants.
Election 2015Britain’s benefits burden is not a level playing field
The main Parties' proposals on welfare ahead of the Election do not reflect the varying costs of living in different cities.
Employment is at a record high, but the trend of long-term unemployment in some cities is worrying.