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The Talented City The Connected City The Distinctive City The Innovative City CityOpportunities
25-34 year olds are most educated and work hard CityOpportunities
4m fewer 25-34 year olds 1990 2000 Two-thirds of top 50 metros lost 25-34 year olds CityOpportunities
Talent is mobile: 1999 - 34% of 20-29 year-olds moved, 22% of 30-34 year-olds moved CityOpportunities
64% choose place first CityOpportunities
Clean, green and safe CityOpportunities
25-34 year-olds living within 3 mi of the CBD 1980: 10% more likely CBD 1990: 12% more likely 2000: 33% more likely 47 of Top 50 Metro Areas CityOpportunities
Creative & cultural industries CityOpportunities
2.2m Creative jobs 1.8m Transportation equipment 1.3m Computers & electronics (115.7m US Jobs) CityOpportunities
Super Creatives CityOpportunities
4.4m Creative Workers = 3.4% of all U.S. Workers (115.7m US Jobs) CityOpportunities
4m Live in Metro Areas 3.1m Live in Top 50 Metro Areas (4.4m Workers) CityOpportunities
3.4% Creative Occupations 3.7% Creative Occupations Metro 3.9% Creative Occupations Top 50 CityOpportunities
2.2m Creative Jobs in the U.S. CityOpportunities
1.9m Jobs in Metro Areas 1.5m Jobs in Top 50 Metro Areas (2.2m Jobs) CityOpportunities
Creatives 53% more likely to live close-in 6.5% live within 3 mi Top 50 Metro Areas CityOpportunities
41% Creative jobs within 3mi 17% Total jobs within 3mi (Less Sprawl) Top 50 Metro Areas CityOpportunities
25-34 year-olds 33% more likely to live within 3 mi of CBD 41% of creative Creative workers 53% more likely jobs are located within 3 mi of to live within 3 mi CBD of CBD CityOpportunities
Kids in Cities: Young people are coming back CityOpportunities
images.... Safety Space Schools CityOpportunities
The market is there CityOpportunities
78 m people repurposing their lives • Youthfulness • Impact • Possibility CityOpportunities
• Maximizers (15%) Your targets: • Diss/Contenteds (8%) • Re-Activists (15%) CityOpportunities
Green is in • Sierra Club membership up 1/3 in 4 years • Concern for environment 77% up from 62% in 2004 • Public transit is up • Recycling is up CityOpportunities
Greenest action: Get out of your car Best place to do that: Downtown CityOpportunities
Baby Boomers Young people Cities attract prefer downtown creative workers and jobs sustainability Young families 5 Trends favoring cities CityOpportunities
Cities are the solution CityOpportunities
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