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Finding purpose and happiness in the future of work

Technology is a double-edged sword, particularly in the workplace. We’re shifting away from labor-intensive industrial jobs toward knowledge-based, highly-skilled jobs. Innovation and evolution in...

We’re living longer and working longer

The economy is changing. Rapidly-accelerating innovation in technology is eliminating some jobs and creating new ones. We’re seeing the workforce shifting toward knowledge-based, highly-skilled...

WorkingNation moderates future of work panels at SXSW EDU

More than 7,000 people were in attendance when the ninth annual SXSW EDU conference kicked off in Austin on Monday. The four-day live event...

WorkingNation promotes award-winning journalist Ramona Schindelheim as first Editor-in-Chief


WorkingNation is increasing its commitment to original journalism on changing workforce and employment demands with the promotion of its first-ever editor-in-chief, Ramona Schindelheim. Schindelheim, who...

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...

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...

Congress passes Perkins Act reauthorization to transform skills training

A lot can change in 12 years. In the time since Congress last updated the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act, the...

Jane Oates at work+EDU: Get ready for the future of work

The factors that are changing the nature of work affects all generations, and according to WorkingNation President Jane Oates, the changes impacting the workforce...

Jane Oates: Talent shortage forcing ‘rethink’ of education system

At a time when job openings now outnumber the jobless, there is an increasing focus on the roadblocks preventing underemployed and unemployed individuals from...

Milken Institute Global Conference: Solving the talent shortage crisis

By the latest count, there are more than six million American jobs waiting to be filled. Businesses say they can’t find the workers with...

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