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WorkingNation in the News: September 2020

WorkingNation continues to speak with national and local news outlets to discuss the unemployment crisis and to share stories about organizations and programs designed...

WorkingNation in the News: August 2020

WorkingNation continues to share solutions to workforce and employment challenges. Here are some of our media appearances in August. Washington Post: The COVID Crisis is...

The employment issues have accelerated, but there are solutions

WorkingNation founder and CEO Art Bilger is this week's guest on The Caring Economy podcast hosted by Toby Usnik. Bilger started WorkingNation, a nonprofit media...

WorkingNation founder Art Bilger on the future of work

At least 17.8 million people remain out of work in the wake of the COVID-19 impact on the economy which began in mid-March as...

Why Upskilling Matters, Now More Than Ever

This essay first appeared in the Milken Institute’s Power of Ideas collection focused on building and rebuilding lives in the face of the #COVID19...

Listen to Art Bilger, WorkingNation founder and CEO, on the Harvard...

For the past three years, WorkingNation has been telling the stories of solutions to the jobs skills gaps caused by accelerating changes in technology....

Live longer, work longer

Welcome to our first Work in Progress podcast for WorkingNation. The nature of work is changing rapidly and dramatically. Advances in technology are eliminating some...

WorkingNation in the News

It’s been a busy week for the WorkingNation team. WGN Radio Chief Content and Programming Officer Joan Lynch and Editor-in-Chief Ramona Schindelheim sat down with Justin...

First suggestion: Don’t panic!

When we produced our Slope of the Curve video for WorkingNation in 2016, we cited a  recent Oxford University study that suggests as many as...

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...