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Leading Workforce Resurgence: Lessons from the Great Recession

Note: This article is part of a series titled Leading Workforce Resurgence that is being be posted in Workforce Currents. The series is a...

Job creation: Keeping workspaces and public places safe and clean

Around the country, as many as 50 percent of the existing businesses are considered essential and are remaining open during the COVID-19 shutdown. For...

New collar workforce emphasizes skills over college degrees

This week, Industry Week took a look at the current modern manufacturing environment, focusing on what matters most when it comes to building a...

New unemployment claims are soaring

Filings for unemployment benefits are soaring because of coronavirus related layoffs, putting stress on state jobless claims systems. Last week, new claim filings rose...

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...

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...

Jane Oates delivers keynote speech at ‘Future of Work’ conference

At the annual "Future of Work" conference hosted by the New Jersey Business & Industry Association (NJBIA) and Einstein's Alley, WorkingNation President Jane Oates...

WorkingNation in the News

It’s been a busy week for the WorkingNation team. WGN Radio Chief Content and Programming Officer Joan Lynch and Editor-in-Chief Ramona Schindelheim sat down with Justin...

Jane Oates discusses work-based learning with TechCrunch

WorkingNation President Jane Oates is quoted in TechCrunch.  Jane comments on a study in Inside Higher Education where experts focused on the benefits of...

Millions of older adults are choosing work over retirement

Two decades ago, 10 percent of Americans over the age of 65 skipped the traditional retirement age and kept working. Today, that number has...