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How we win the COVID-19 economic recovery

For the past few years, WorkingNation and many, many other voices have been raised in unison, shining a light on the urgent need to...

Linking learning and work in the college classroom

Traditionally, college faculty have shared their expertise through classroom instruction. But a recent report from the American Council on Education suggests that teaching only...

Eliminating hiring bias to create a stronger workforce

We often say that talent is everywhere, but there are barriers to opportunity. Gender, race, and class can prevent a hiring manager from considering...

An alternative approach to workforce education

Traditional approaches to education are being reimagined as the demand for workers with skills that match the evolving workplace continues to go unmet. Critics say...

A critical crossroads: The intersection of the future of work and...

We hear a lot of talk about how dramatic advances in technology will disrupt how we work in the future in very fundamental ways....

Closing the skills gap: The frictionless pathway

Ryan Craig has been talking about closing the skills gap longer than most people. It's been his passion, and his company's mission. And when...

In search of a new career while balancing family responsibilities

Working mothers are a major part of the workforce. Two-thirds of moms in married couple families and three-quarters of unmarried moms are employed, according...

Futuro Health: Meeting the demand for certified health care workers

When you think about healthcare careers, doctors and nurses probably come to mind first. But there is a looming demand for allied health care...

When our youth lead, communities thrive

February is Youth Leadership Month, a month dedicated to celebrating young people who take on leadership roles and focused on encouraging those who have...

Could a common language solve the skills gap puzzle?

When it comes to effective job hunting, education and training, talent recruiting, and a city’s economic development, what is the most important common factor? It’s...