Lunch Briefing : Where the jobs will be in 2023
The figures realised by the Federal Government show an economy increasingly reliant on jobs growth in two major cities, but not in the city centres of those cities. Even for the other major capitals, the predictions are for the bulk of state jobs growth to occur in the capital city of that state, but for a minority of the jobs in the capital city to occur in the city centre.
The figures endorse the need for urban infrastructure policies that provide equal priority to the infrastructure needs and place making enhancements of suburban and regional centres, just as they have done for city centres in the past. This is just common sense.
So what does this mean for the Sunshine Coast Region? Come hear our keynote speaker Mr. Ross Elliott how to address and understand these factors at the SCBC's Where the jobs will be in 2023 on Tuesday 2nd April, 2019 at the Maroochy RSL....buy before 12/3/2019 and save - individual tickets plus corporate tables of 8!
Kerrie Bryant-Adams, Event Manager on email@example.com or mobile 0402 215 560
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