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Solid job growth is luring more job seekers and keeping wages...

Employers added 213,000 jobs in June with gains in the manufacturing and healthcare sectors, but the jobs report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows...

Jane Oates at work+EDU: Get ready for the future of work

The factors that are changing the nature of work affects all generations, and according to WorkingNation President Jane Oates, the changes impacting the workforce...

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...

Gravity Falls: How CEOs can soften the landing for structurally displaced...

It’s a matter of Gravity. And by that, I mean the movie Gravity starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney. It will help to see the entire...

Unemployment Insurance hasn’t changed with the times for today’s gig workers

The erosion of traditional full-time work since the Great Recession has sent Americans searching for new avenues to earning an income. They may have...

Art Bilger talks about the future of automation at the Pacific...

At an exclusive gathering of business leaders, policymakers and educators discussing global issues, WorkingNation Founder and CEO Art Bilger shared his ideas on how...

The simple truth about the future of work

The Simple Truth The future of work and employment is changing, much faster than we ever could have predicted. The pace of change in...

On dealing with the shame of unemployment

WorkingNation welcomes Mick Kubiak, a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist as our featured writer for September. Kubiak specializes in parent counseling and life coaching....

Coming next week: Livia Gershon examines the social costs of emotional...

WorkingNation welcomes journalist Livia Gershon as our featured writer for August. Gershon specializes in writing about how the economy interacts with the everyday lives...

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