City examines residents’ economic security to improve well-being

The City has held the second of its new results-oriented goal discussions – this time on economic security. Data around the unemployment rate, poverty rate and average monthly earnings was collected and analyzed. The items revealed through analysis and a roundtable discussion included:

Contributors to the economic security report included Community Planning and Economic Development and Regulatory Services. A follow-up conversation on economic security in July will center on jobs and education.

To read the report, sign up to receive notifications when future reports are posted or download a calendar of future roundtables, visit

Learn more about Results Minneapolis

The City Goal Results Minneapolis program connects City work and community priorities to get a better understanding of what it’s like to live in Minneapolis and identify tools the City and its partners may have to improve conditions. The reports are based on the City’s community indicators. All indicators will be covered over the course of two years. The process blends a variety of data sources and analysis from City departments and community stakeholders.

Published Feb 9, 2016



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