The apprenticeships system can be difficult to navigate. This report draws out lessons for making the policy a success.
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A Century of CitiesWhich cities will be most affected by the ‘National Living Wage’?
A new wage floor will not address the root causes of low pay.
The historic connection between apprenticeships and manufacturing isn’t so clear cut.
What does the data tell us about the take-up and success rates of apprenticeships so far?
How increasing local tax-raising powers can incentivise cities to grow.
How have City and Local Growth Deals supported the development of employment and skills policies that reflect local demand?
Our latest report for Key Cities looks at how Housing Associations go about improving skills and employment prospects of their tenants.
The second event in our City Horizons series features Prof Ed Glaeser discussing 'Comeback Cities' with Newsnight's Duncan Weldon.
This report highlights the need for the private sector to play a leading role in addressing the youth unemployment challenge in UK cities.
The effect of the national minimum wage varies across cities, but introducing city minimum wages should be approached with caution.