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How come cities such as Madrid, Peking or New York have more jobs?

On Feb 26, 2020
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The creation of high quality jobs is directly related to the number of people in a certain area. The higher the density, the more innovation there is.

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On Feb 26, 2020
@SmartCityexpo shared
RT @smartcity_lab: 🤔How come cities like Madrid, Peking or New York have more jobs? Cities with larger population #density create more job opportunities attracting new #talent. #employment #economicdevelopment #innovation #urbanization https://t.co/1xWaOmClz2
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How come cities such as Madrid, Peking or New York have more jobs?

The creation of high quality jobs is directly related to the number of people in a certain area. The higher the density, the more innovation there is.

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