By Data-Smart City Solutions • January 22, 2020

Economic mobility is a critical part of a healthy and productive city. Individuals must have the ability to engage in meaningful work and earn living wages, and city governments can use many different levers to assist residents with achieving those goals. Policies on housing, retirement savings, and education all effect economic mobility. Data and technology can be an important part of new economic opportunities, and support research to identify policies that help people improve their economic situations. The featured content below includes examples of economic mobility in practice, resources and more.