SCAG and the University of Southern California, Sol Price School of Public Policy are pleased to invite you to the 32nd Annual Demographic Workshop. Join us on Tuesday, June 8, and Tuesday, June 15 for this year’s program focused on planning for “the post-pandemic city.”
Over the last year, the people of California have experienced extraordinary changes in all aspects of their life, from family formation and childcare to health care, workforce, travel to work, and housing accommodations.
This year we contemplate life in the post-pandemic city. A demographic check-up panel covers the latest trends in migration, fertility and vaccination, as well as the new 2020 census counts due for release. Additional panels will focus on myths and realities of California’s mass exodus and declining mobility, and the new trends in workplace, travel and residential locations.
The program will also include a keynote address and a series of expert-led roundtable discussions to build skills about topics discussed throughout the day. Register here to attend.
The cost of this year’s workshop is free to all individuals that register. For details about the event, please visit scag.ca.gov/demographics.