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Vice President and Director, Metropolitan Policy Program
The Adeline M. and Alfred I. Johnson Chair in Urban and Metropolitan Policy
Co-Director and Senior Fellow, Metropolitan Policy Program
Senior Fellow and Deputy Director, Metropolitan Policy Program
Senior Fellow and Policy Director, Metropolitan Policy Program
Senior Fellow, Metropolitan Policy Program
William H. Frey
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By 2044, people of color will account for a majority of the U.S. population. In the newest Brookings Essay, Jennifer Bradley examines efforts in U.S. metropolitan areas to prepare a more diverse workforce, with a particular focus on Minneapolis-St. Paul.
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.@bruce_katz & @acpjones explain where economic growth is happening in China http://t.co/rWmmkkirys http://t.co/CKQppRwhvD
The story behind China's GDP slowdown http://t.co/rWmmkkirys @bruce_katz @acpjones #globalcities http://t.co/hrV3KkIJHT
RT @AdieTomer: New @EIAgov data shows crude by rail flows, '10-'14. Here's a primer on how it works: http://t.co/huBEIkS0os http://t.co/W2PaOcYIWa
America's #diversityexplosion, in 3 charts: http://t.co/rILq8Gbpzg @voxdotcom http://t.co/eVZQkSwm1k
Starting soon, webinar w/ @berubea1 & @NatalieHolmes3 about the growing distance btwn Americans & their jobs, http://t.co/29DnX12WvA
Webinar today @ 1PM ET about the growing distance btwn people & jobs http://t.co/29DnX12WvA @berubea1 @NatalieHolmes3 http://t.co/DsgEpK5CXH
In cities, rising prosperity for top-income households doesn't trickle down to bottom-income households, http://t.co/Si2wuDl6Sv @berubea1
Who lives in the suburbs? Answer: http://t.co/QbIWuLV1SH http://t.co/Ap5SkaMAbE
RT @davidvjackson: Master of alliteration and economic policy @BenBernake has a new blog. http://t.co/wPsTm0ac9y
The distance btwn people & jobs is growing in US metros.
Join us 3/31 @ 1PM to discuss: http://t.co/29DnX12WvA @berubea1 @NatalieHolmes3
#AdvIndustries at work: Gigabyte prices down 20x in last decade. http://t.co/7YGrGJhaJR @jtrothwell @scott_andes http://t.co/JnrW2CLitm
Where are jobs moving, and who lives near them?
@berubea1 & @NatalieHolmes3 discuss via webcast on March 31 @ 1PM ET http://t.co/29DnX12WvA
The avg car has an additional $1,400 of technology yet auto prices have declined by 1%/yr in the last decade http://t.co/7YGrGJhaJR
Ben Bernanke, former chairman of @federalreserve just launched a new @BrookingsInst blog. Read it here: http://t.co/qYgxtMHyCP
RT @MarkMuro1: #AdvIndustries progress at work: Gigabyte prices down 20x in last decade. http://t.co/erk2H1mX2T http://t.co/ihhvcUfEPY
Three ways the Obama administration can retain foreign #STEM students http://t.co/fXw4g9WQoS @neil_ruiz
#Infrastructure-related industries are the ones hiring most rapidly http://t.co/BCJRlTLaxn @jwkane1 http://t.co/gHUHFLjyny
In cities where the rich get richer, the poor often don't, http://t.co/Si2wuDl6Sv @berubea1 http://t.co/pTxMLMG5uu
A detailed look at the functions of our job proximity interactive: http://t.co/IuXPfnT4HY @thomashyoung http://t.co/UQ8Tp4gRuh
RT @BrookingsInst: Read three ways Obama admin can retain foreign #STEM students & watch our #DreierRoundtable event Thursday for more: http://t.co/PscyvJp4CJ
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