US cities with large populations of workers who possess cognitive and people skills fare better, economically, than cities that have workers who possess motor, or physical skills, according to a recent study. The analysis looked at how skills are correlated with unemployment rates across the nation and cities' ability to perform during an economic downturn.
How job skills are tied to cities' economic performance
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