How Do You Solve the Problem of Spatial Mismatch for Employment?
Spatial mismatch refers to the mismatch between the area where low-income families live and the area where there are available jobs. Spatial mismatch is a serious problem because it can result in higher levels of unemployment and prevent people who desperately need jobs from being able to obtain them.
In many urban and suburban areas in the United States, a high volume of jobs exists within certain industrial and commercial areas. However, large percentages of the people who are qualified for these jobs live too far away from them. Many of the people who could take these jobs either do not possess reliable transportation to get to and from the jobs, or fall outside of the companyâ€™s acceptable geographical radius for new hires.
Spatial mismatch is a in all of the following cities:
New York City
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