Creating high-skilled jobs indirectly generates demand for jobs in local services, offering opportunities to low-skilled people
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City TalksCity Talks: Opportunity Zones with Bruce Katz
Andrew Carter is joined by Bruce Katz to explore what Opportunity Zones are, how they benefit left-behind places, and whether a version could be considered for the UK
Big data has much to tell us about how city economies work. Our Manchester and Sheffield case studies shed light on city centres as places of consumption
Three ways in which the UK’s industrial structure has changed since 1841 and the implications for cities
In many places workers, not leisure shoppers, are the key to high-street success
Over half of the graduates from Manchester’s universities stay in the city after graduation – drawn by its attractive job market and social attractions
Focusing on the ‘everyday economy’ will not deliver the productivity boost that the Industrial Strategy hopes to achieve
To create sustainable, long-term economic outcomes for people with few or no qualifications, cities need to focus on attracting high-skilled businesses
Burnley’s economic performance highlights the dangers of over-reliance on traditional manufacturing
The opportunities for low skilled people to gain employment and employment in higher skilled, better jobs, can vary by city - this data dashboard offers a breakdown.