A Year of Crisis, and Now What? Where Our Main Streets Go From Here
Minority small-business owners and community lenders joined us for a virtual event to discuss where they are at this stage of the pandemic, what they need going forward, and who can and should help. Watch on demand.
Get insights about opportunity occupations, jobs that pay a good wage without requiring a four-year college degree, in 121 metro areas.
Toledo, Ohio has the nation's highest share of good jobs that don't require a Bachelor's degree. Our video series explores what's working.
Keith Wardrip, community development research manager, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, defines "opportunity occupations."
Keith Wardrip, community development research manager, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, explains why identifying opportunity jobs is important to the economy.
Gary Thompson, executive vice president and chief operating officer, Regional Growth Partnership in Toledo, Ohio, shares the importance of local teamwork for building opportunity.
Coleena Ali, vice president of resident services, Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority, explains why four-year degrees aren't the only path to opportunity.
"It may not be college, but it may be some training," says Coleena Ali, vice president of resident services, Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority.
Giving students options when they consider employment means that education, industry, and community need to work hand in hand.