Greater diversity in cities has an important impact on their long-term economic success.
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Latest labour market update shows a positive outlook despite re-entry to recession and strong employment figures compared to other EU countries.
New research from SERC suggests that public sector employment does not generate a multiplier effect.
More people aged 20-24 are living with their parents. Paul Swinney looks at the pattern across cities.
Naomi Clayton highlights some of the findings from the Government's recently published progress check on social mobility.
Zach Wilcox discusses the significance of falling inflation.
Unemployment varies as much across the UK as it does internationally.
Latest labour market update features the continued improvement of the labour market, poor wage growth, and higher female participation rates, albeit alongside higher female unemployment.
Some cities may have been in recession before the official announcement.
Learning more about what works – and what works where – is crucial if the UK is to reverse the shift towards the young unemployed staying unemployed for longer.