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18 months into a pandemic, where do we go from here?

The last 18 months have been unprecedented in our modern economy. The shock to the workforce triggered by the onset of the pandemic was...

Op-Ed: Why can’t employers fill 9.2 million open jobs?

Last month, 9.5 million people around the U.S. were looking for employment, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. At the same time, there...

Putting workers at the center of the future of work discussion

In this episode of the Work in Progress podcast, my guest is Sarita Gupta, the director of the Ford Foundation's Future of Work(ers) program. The...

8 programs addressing the highest unemployment rates in the U.S.

WorkingNation is always looking at stories addressing how different parts of the United States are trying to get unemployed people back into the workforce. The...

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...

Flipping the perspective on the future of work

WorkingNation's Ramona Schindelheim was interviewed by Salvatrice Cummo for The Future of Work podcast for Pasadena City College. Ramona discusses the importance of “doing” as...

Accessing digital skills: “We’re going to have to break some stuff”

“I think the COVID crisis—we're all quite aware—is marking the historic transformation from the industrial to the digital economy. We've been moving in that...

Determining your best credentialing options

Millions of job seekers and students may be rethinking the skills they will need—now and in the future—in order to be a part of...

Finding a good tech job outside of Silicon Valley

Over the last few years, we've seen more and more tech companies setting up shop in communities outside of Silicon Valley. And even in...

Yang: “We’re experiencing 10 years of change in 10 weeks”

Editor's Note: This is the first entry in The Future of Work blog. A lot of organizations and thought leaders are taking their conversations...