About half of the health care workers in the St. Louis area have less than a bachelor's degree.
The number of health care workers with lower levels of education is on the rise here but for the most part, their salaries are not.
That puts the St. Louis region in line with the national trend, according to a new report released on Thursday by the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program.
A new report out released Monday by the Brookings Institution on "innovation districts" prominently features St. Louis' Cortex.
The Rise of the Innovation District: A New Geography of Innovation in America looks at several of these areas in both Europe and the U.S. It defines the districts as "geographic areas where leading-edge anchor institutions and companies cluster and connect with start-ups, business incubators and accelerators."
If you’re in your late teens or early twenties, here’s some news you might already know: Employment rates for those age categories plummeted in the U.S. from 2000 to 2011.
A new report from the Brookings Institution looked at the 100 largest metropolitan areas. The picture was stark for people in their late teens and early 20s.
16-19 year olds:
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