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How do you define a “quality job”?

The national unemployment rate sits at 3.5 percent, tying a historic low first set 50 years ago. We hear that headline number tossed around...

Nonprofit job growth is faster than in most other industries

It’s likely that if you ask someone what the fastest-growing industry is in the country, the nonprofit industry might not even make the list....

Joan Lynch on ‘Work In Sports’ podcast: Tell the story...

WorkingNation's Chief Content and Programming Officer Joan Lynch joined Work In Sports podcast host Brian Clapp and spoke about our mission, the future of...

Not Just a Job: New Evidence on the Quality of Work...

While unemployment sits near record lows, how many of those jobs are “good” ones? The Lumina Foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Omidyar...

Steven Rattner on the state of jobs

Steven Rattner, chairman & CEO of Willett Advisors and MSNBC Morning Joe economic analyst, talks with us about jobs and the "hollowing out of...

Stories highlight solutions to the future of work: Joan Lynch and...

WorkingNation Chief Content and Programming Officer Joan Lynch and Editor-in-Chief Ramona Schindelheim sat down with Justin Kaufmann of Extension 720 on WGN Radio in...

The Working Life: Bruce Springsteen turns 70

As Bruce Springsteen celebrates his 70th birthday, we at WorkingNation would like to honor the man who has written songs about work and the...

Candidates offer few details on creating good jobs now and in...

As 20 candidates for the Democratic nomination for president lined up in Detroit for two nights of debates, just 10 miles away in Warren,...

Could marijuana revenue be the silver bullet to fund job creation?

There is a continuing, growing gap between the haves and have-nots when it comes to economic opportunity in the U.S., but there may be...

Why decision makers should care about the future of work

"First, we are children to our parents. Then parents to our children. Then parents to our parents. Then children to our children." — Milton Greenblatt The challenge for us...