Coastal communities have been some of the hardest hit in this crisis.
And so there are not going to be many attractive jobs:
A ‘solution’ might be ‘more interesting’ work:
The Rural Services Network looks at one idea to help seaside resorts post-Covid:
GROWING CALLS FOR ‘COASTAL ECONOMIES MINISTER’
Outlets including Business Live, the Daily Echo and the Blackpool Gazette have reported on ‘growing calls’ for the Government to appoint a minister to focus on supporting coastal regions up and down the country
The calls for a ‘coastal economies minister’ have been made by Maritime UK, the umbrella body for Britain’s £46billion maritime sector, which said rural areas are ‘ready and willing’ to take a leading role in the country’s post-COVID-19 recovery.
The minister would be responsible for improving the lives of the three million people living on Britain’s coast.
Coastal communities have been some of the hardest hit in this crisis, and the maritime sector is calling for accountability to ensure the ‘left behind’ are part of the Government’s levelling-up economic agenda.
Daily Echo – Maritime UK calls for ‘Coastal Powerhouse’ minister
Blackpool Gazette – Calls for coastal minister to help seaside resorts like Blackpool