New York City is at a political and economic inflection point, presenting many challenges to the city’s post-pandemic comeback—but also significant opportunities.
So far, the city’s recovery has been unbalanced, lagging behind those of other major U.S. cities. For New York to restore its dynamism and create an inclusive and globally competitive economy, it needs to leverage its growing sectors and ensure that all New Yorkers have the skills they need.
Much of the city’s ongoing economic recovery has been concentrated in health care, life sciences and the growing tech industry—three sectors that were already strengthening prior to the Covid-19 pandemic. Tech jobs have been driving employment growth
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