Report finds cities hit by 'Zoomshock' are best placed to economic recovery

By Heather Jameson | 21 May 2021

Cities have been hollowed out by COVID but they are still best placed to drive the recovery, a report by economic growth specialists Metro Dynamics has said.

An exodus of 229,000 workers to rural areas – and what the report terms as ‘Zoomshock’ – has hit cities, but the report offers a blueprint to boost post-pandemic economic recovery.

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