There is no easy solution to improving education outcomes, but cities can act now to help young and adult residents, using the tools they already have.
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As robots take over the world of work, this report investigates the types of skills that humans will increasingly need to succeed in the future.
Young people flock to cities for university – but an even larger number of high-skilled people go the other way
Amy Goldstein, author of Janesville joined us for City Horizons in October 2018
The Brexit vote highlighted the need to help both struggling towns AND cities, not create a divide between them
Towns and cities have different roles to play in the economy, and the success of one is often dependent on the other.
City TalksCity Talks: Amy Goldstein on the story of Janesville and its response to economic shock
In this episode of City Talks, Andrew Carter is joined by Amy Goldstein, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist at The Washington Post and author of the widely-acclaimed book Janesville: An...
Cities need to weigh up whether their local property markets are meeting the evolving needs of businesses
Access to cheap borrowing has encouraged local authorities to invest in commercial property. Cities can use this approach to revive city centres, but only by diversifying away from retail.
Find out how cities can improve office space using our case study library.