Kotkin Poverty Q3

Published by Paola Avendano on

The city and counties have to recognize that they have to accommodate housing and companies rather than chase them away. This means, for example, converting surplus retail to housing, and allowing non-profits to build workforce housing. Cities can also do, as Long Beach has, tailor their educational program to work needed in the private sector, from data science and software to machinist, welder and other blue-collar jobs.