To Keep Graduates, It Takes More Than Jobs
by Gabe BullardLast week, the Greater Louisville Project released its 2010 Competitive City Report. Among other things, the study highlights several areas where Louisville needs to improve in order to be more competitive for jobs. The first criterion listed is education. Thirty percent of working-age Louisvillians have a bachelor's degree or higher, and the report says that's a liability when it comes to attracting new jobs and businesses to the city.