Talent Attraction and Retention

Talent Magnets ReportIn our inaugural research endeavor as a network, Leading Cities’ partners agreed to tackle the issue of talent attraction and retention. Each of our partner cities are recognized as centers of education and as a result are seen as relying on an educated work force. But in today’s global economy, the competition over top talent is fierce. Our research shows what issues are at the core of this discussion.

Read it: Talent Magnets: Cities and Universities Building the Workforce for a Knowledge Economy

Our op-ed on Boston.com – The real reason young people leave Massachusetts

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