This analysis was handed out at our event Economic Justice for the West Midlands. The event was the West Midlands instalment in a UK-wide series of public meetings held by the IPPR Centre for Economic Justice.
Source: IPPR analysis using Regional and sub-regional productivity in the UK (ONS)
Source: IPPR analysis using Annual Population Survey (ONS). Low/no qualifications defined as less than NVQ L2
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