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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...

How Businesses Can Keep Up With Global Progress

Disillusionment is one word that could be used to describe the mindset of Americans regarding the workforce. It was made apparent in the results of the...

Past Presidents’ Address to Congress on Jobs

“He shall from time to time give to the Congress Information of the State of the Union, and recommend to their Consideration such Measures...

Why the Coming Jobs Crisis Is Bigger Than You Think

WorkingNation Founder Art Bilger believes the nature of employment is fundamentally changing and cannot be reversed. But workers, businesses and the government can prepare for...

Forbes Highlights WorkingNation Partners’ Efforts to Tackle Unemployment

WorkingNation was formed to help bring to light the issue of structural unemployment in this country and to highlight programs that are offering solutions...

Boston Consulting Group: 7 Ways Corporate Leaders Can Improve the Economic...

When we think about the major drivers of economic progress, globalization and technology come to mind immediately. After all, these two forces have increased productivity...

WorkingNation Hosts Future of Work Panel at Wharton Nation Brand Conference

WorkingNation Founder and CEO Art Bilger hosted a panel at The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania’s Nation Brand Conference on Oct. 28 to...