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Make School: Increasing the pipeline of diverse tech talent

The reputation of the traditional college education has taken a hit lately with mounting student debt and growing unemployment or underemployment for college graduates. There...

Latino entrepreneurs are growing in number

An incredible momentum is building for a sector of entrepreneurs, with little indication of slowing down. It’s great news for Latino business owners; their...

Workforce disruption: disappearing jobs vs. disappearing tasks

Robots are taking your jobs! Maybe. Maybe not. "The whole notion of jobs being destroyed by AI is pretty hot. It's been around for quite...

The future of work: 2020 and beyond

As we ring in the new year, and peer into the next decade, let’s take stock of where we are when it comes to...

Soft skills will be invaluable in the future workplace

To say technology is changing the way we work, and the way we will work over the coming years, is an understatement. One study...

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....

Jane Oates: Associations play a critical role in addressing workforce challenges

In a December episode of Association Chat, host KiKi L'Italien interviewed WorkingNation President Jane Oates about the "role associations play in facing workforce challenges and some...

Skill shapes: A new way to talk about workforce needs

A new vocabulary is emerging in an increasingly complex labor market, according to the Strada Institute for the Future of Work. One that will...

Disruption and innovation in the school-to-career model

The world of work is changing at a pace that we have never seen before and nobody feels that more than business. Keeping up with...

NYC sends FedEx delivery robots packing

Roxo, FedEx’s autonomous same-day delivery bot, hit the streets of NYC this week, to a brutally cold reception from New York City officials. Though the...