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“Think about that. Then think about it again.”

It’s worth repeating: “Think about that. Then think about it again.” That advice, offered by economist Richard Baldwin in his 2019 book, “The Globotics...

Candidates offer few details on creating good jobs now and in...

As 20 candidates for the Democratic nomination for president lined up in Detroit for two nights of debates, just 10 miles away in Warren,...

A robot walks into a bar…

What does a future with robot hospitality look like in Las Vegas? This week, USA Today is reporting that "MGM Resorts International this year plans to...

A once-thriving manufacturing town looks to the past to move forward

Automation is disrupting the workplace. Each year, for the past eight years, robot sales in the United States have hit a new record. Right...

Your job does not define you

When you meet someone new, what is the first thing you ask them? Most likely the answer to that question is “what do you...

Pay attention: Jobs are changing

"The slope of the curve in the change of jobs and skills, when measured against time, has never been so steep," Art Bilger, WorkingNation...

Fate of workers in the future of work hangs in the...

It’s happening whether we like it or not — jobs are changing. The Fourth Industrial Revolution is charging full steam ahead and workers are...

John Oliver’s career advice to kids growing up in age of...

Want to be a policeman when you grow up? A firefighter? A drummer? A basketball player? Well, sorry kids, your dream job now may...

‘Slope of the Curve’ Director Marshall Curry nominated for Academy Award

It's a night of artistic celebration where the best of the best are acknowledged for their innovative storytelling, and it's a night that WorkingNation is...

Jane Oates discusses the future of skills training with Voice of...

Lifelong learning and reskilling are necessities in a continually shifting labor market. The traditional education system and current skills training programs are not enough...

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