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Bridge builders have an important role in a post-COVID recovery

"In general, we continue to have this real disconnect between supply and demand for skilled workers." In this week's Work in Progress podcast, I talk...

Employer investment in workers pays off for everyone

All this month, we're taking a deep dive into the findings in our WorkingNation American Workers Survey. In this Work in Progress podcast, we...

Keeping the American Dream within reach

Even before COVID-19, there was a ongoing disruption in the workforce. Millions of jobs were already being impacted by changes in technology—AI and machine...

The pandemic exposed cracks in our workforce development ecosystem

There's a lot of discussion around the challenges workers and jobseekers are going to face in 2021 as we navigate a jobs recovery that...

Closing the urban-rural digital divide

My guest this week on the Work in Progress podcast is Matt Dunne, the founder and executive director of the Center on Rural Innovation. The...

A call to action: Upskilling can’t happen in a bubble

Changes in the workforce are accelerating faster than expected, fueled partly by the emergence of the COVID-19 global pandemic. A new study from the...

Serving the country on the frontlines, at home and abroad

This month, WorkingNation highlights stories about veterans and work with a series of articles, videos, podcasts, and a new digital magazine, Inquire Within. For Col. Ralph...

Walmart’s commitment to hiring veterans and military spouses

This month, WorkingNation highlights stories about veterans and work with a series of articles, videos, podcasts, and a new digital magazine, Inquire Within. This summer,...

Why you should consider a job in manufacturing

September was a good month for manufacturing workers, with more than 66,000 jobs added back to the economy, according to the Bureau of Labor...

Postsecondary education and training are vital to mobility

While the number of jobs being added to the workforce is still small compared to the number of people still out of work, there...