The Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program has released new research that examines the presence of “good jobs” that provide stable employment, middle-class wages and benefits across occupations and industries in the Central Indiana region, particularly for the more than 650,000 prime-age workers in the region who do not hold a bachelor’s degree.

Importantly, the report, commissioned by the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership (CICP), looks not only at the good jobs that provide those advantages today, but also at “promising jobs” that provide stepping stones to the region’s middle class over time.

Brookings Institution article.

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