Our latest report for Key Cities looks at how Housing Associations go about improving skills and employment prospects of their tenants.
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Election 2015Do the manifestos offer more and better jobs?
While all parties promising higher wages and more and better quality apprenticeships, there is barely a mention of productivity.
Effective investment in skills is vital if cities are to prosper
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.
The effect of the national minimum wage varies across cities, but introducing city minimum wages should be approached with caution.
All of the UK’s 64 largest cities have experienced a fall in unemployment over the course of the year.
Real earnings remain well below pre-crisis levels in the majority of urban Britain, but there are significant differences between cities.
Analysis of the latest employment data using our new data tool.
The latest city-by-city labour market data.