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Slowing job growth confirms the worst and best-case scenarios for the...

The jobs report may have brought out more questions than answers about the general state of the U.S. economy. But the state of the...

State governors want to create new wave of upward mobility

Rapid changes in technology, combined with other powerful factors, are disrupting the workforce. Jobs are changing; some are going away while new ones are created....

There are many stories to be told about the future of...

When it comes to reporting about the future of work, the guiding principle set out at the top of the Poynter Institute and WorkingNation...

Change the world and the work of the future with MIT...

With so much media coverage of the problems afflicting the American workforce in a rapidly-changing economy, amplifying solutions that bring workers into new jobs...

The U.S. has 6.7 million job openings. Why aren’t they being...

A notable thing happened in the U.S. workforce in April. For the first time since the Labor Department started keeping track in 2000, there...

Shaping the Future Workforce: AT&T’s chief learning officer helps instill culture...

WorkingNation Executive Producer and Senior Business Correspondent Ramona Schindelheim reports on the innovative solutions for developing skilled workers for 21st-century jobs. Over its nearly 140-year...

After washing out of the CIA, this pup needs new skills

We all have outsized dreams of maximizing our potential and sometimes we shoot for the stars and miss. Such was the case of Lulu,...

WorkingNation and Hire America host Town Hall on hiring veterans

WorkingNation is proud to announce our second Town Hall: "Keeping America's Promise" on how Texas is leading the charge on helping our veterans enter the...

Art Bilger at LA Future Forum: Community colleges are critical to...

Community colleges will play a "critical role" in creating the next workforce of the Los Angeles region, WorkingNation Founder and CEO Art Bilger said...

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