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Jane Oates discusses work-based learning with TechCrunch

WorkingNation President Jane Oates is quoted in TechCrunch.  Jane comments on a study in Inside Higher Education where experts focused on the benefits of...

Millions of older adults are choosing work over retirement

Two decades ago, 10 percent of Americans over the age of 65 skipped the traditional retirement age and kept working. Today, that number has...

Bilger CNBC Op-Ed: Creating a career path for underserved communities

As automation and AI technologies continue to reshape the make-up of the workforce, more and more current workers and job seekers are going back...

Amazon plans to invest $700 million to retrain workers

Amazon says it’s committed to investing $700 million over the next six years to help its workforce adjust to the changing skills needed in...

Jane Oates named WorkingNation President

A message from WorkingNation Founder & CEO Art Bilger: Today it is my great pleasure to announce that Jane Oates will become the President of WorkingNation,...

The Poynter Institute and WorkingNation partner to educate journalists on the...

Robots. Automation. Artificial Intelligence. The future of work is changing faster than anyone could have predicted. At the same time, access to education beyond...

WorkingNation’s Jane Oates writes about the future of work for ACT

WorkingNation's Executive Committee member Jane Oates was one of the featured panelists at the ACT Workforce Summit held in Austin, Texas last November and the...

Art Bilger talks about the future of automation at the Pacific...

At an exclusive gathering of business leaders, policymakers and educators discussing global issues, WorkingNation Founder and CEO Art Bilger shared his ideas on how...