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WSJ Jobs Summit with Jane Oates: Navigating your way back into...

Determining next steps when jobhunting can be daunting, whether you’re new to the workforce, looking for a career pivot, or trying to figure out...

Are workers ready for the future of work?

How do American workers view their job and career prospects? What do they think about the skills they already have and how to get...

WorkingNation in the News: September 2020

WorkingNation continues to speak with national and local news outlets to discuss the unemployment crisis and to share stories about organizations and programs designed...

WorkingNation in the News: August 2020

WorkingNation continues to share solutions to workforce and employment challenges. Here are some of our media appearances in August. Washington Post: The COVID Crisis is...

Oates: Many employers have used this COVID time to accelerate automation

WorkingNation president Jane Oates recently spoke with the Washington Examiner about the impact of COVID-19 on the acceleration of AI and tech tools in...

WorkingNation in the news: Interviews on challenges facing the workforce

WorkingNation's president Jane Oates remains a sought-after interview on the state of the job market and the future of work. This week, Jane spoke with...

“We have an unemployment crisis. Now what?”

For the past five years, WorkingNation's team of business leaders, educators, journalists, and storytellers has crisscrossed the country to learn all we can about...

WorkingNation’s Jane Oates discusses pandemic impact on workers and students

WorkingNation president Jane Oates has worked in both education and workforce development. In the wake of COVID-19 and the employment crisis it has triggered,...

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...