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“Our intuition about how the world works could well be wrong”

As the title suggests, No Ordinary Disruption: The Four Global Forces Breaking All The Trends, examines how the impact of accelerating technological changes, globalization,...

“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...

Reverse globalization: 1,800 manufacturing jobs return to the U.S.

Too often, the effects of globalization result in companies moving jobs away from the United States. Yet over the past year, we’ve seen “reverse...

The winners and losers of globalization

We hear a lot about how companies are closing plants and sending jobs overseas where workers toil longer and harder for less pay. But...

Jane Oates talks about re-skilling after layoffs and preparing for the...

This week's news that General Motors will cut more than 14,000 jobs and close five North American plants was a shock, especially in a...

Want a good job? Three pathways will get you there

"The Game of Life" should include a third option to start the beloved board game. A new report from the Georgetown Unversity Center on...

Unemployment Insurance hasn’t changed with the times for today’s gig workers

The erosion of traditional full-time work since the Great Recession has sent Americans searching for new avenues to earning an income. They may have...

C-Suite Solutions: Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris says skills gap is...

WorkingNation consultant and workforce reporter Ramona Schindelheim is the featured writer for October. Schindelheim interviewed CEOs from four of America’s leading companies to get...

The simple truth about the future of work

The Simple Truth The future of work and employment is changing, much faster than we ever could have predicted. The pace of change in...

The Changing Nature of Work and How Smart Companies Are Adapting

This piece was originally published on Grads of LifeVoice. Last year my mom and dad retired after 39 and 41 years of teaching. My mom...

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