Job access

Ending the ‘no car, no job; no job, no car’ paradox in Northeast Ohio

Northeast Ohio is a region built for the car, evidenced by cross-cutting freeways and huge parking lots that dominate the landscape.

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What Might OZs Accomplish?

In less than two years’ time, Opportunity Zones have had an impressive fall from grace.

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Cuyahoga County, the Cleveland Foundation Join as Sponsors of The Paradox Prize

The County’s Board of Control has approved a $100,000 investment in the public challenge, while the Cleveland Foundation has made a $50,000 grant.

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Paradox Prize Winners Announced

Manufacturing Works, Akron METRO and SHARE Receive Round 1 Awards

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Fund for Our Economic Future, Cuyahoga County Partner on Efforts to Improve Job Access

The Fund for Our Economic Future (Fund) and Cuyahoga County announced today a number of initiatives they are jointly advancing to improve residents’ access to jobs.

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The Paradox Prize Seeks Solutions to Improve Worker Mobility in Northeast Ohio

The Paradox Prize seeks to invest in big ideas that help Northeast Ohioans who are stranded economically by their geography.

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Economic Development Nonprofit Offering Prizes for Transportation Solutions

The Fund is putting $1 million behind an effort to help solve what it calls the Transportation Paradox.

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Putting NEO Workers on the Map

Worker mobility or transportation to available employment stands as a barrier for many people who live in urban areas.

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Paradox Prize Seeks Inventive Transportation Solutions

If you have no car, you can’t get a job. If you have no job, you can’t buy a car. 

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Solutions Sought to Ease NEO Worker Mobility Obstacles

“The time and cost spent on daily commutes make it harder to advance in work and reduces the quality of life.”

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