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From our Founder Art Bilger

Welcome to WorkingNation, a national not-for-profit campaign to educate the American public about the looming unemployment crisis in this country and to start a...

Is Either Candidate Serious About Jobs? No, and Here’s Why.

LAS VEGAS — What started as a cordial debate turned predictably caustic in Las Vegas on Wednesday night, and with that, probably all hope...

Our Message

What’s the Big Deal? The U.S. economy has a potential crisis on its hands, and virtually nothing is being done to address it. In fact,...

Presidential Debate: But What About Our Jobs?

In the latest ABC News-Washington Post poll, the number one issue on voters’ minds, with almost one-third of the respondents…jobs. And last Friday, the Labor...

Candidates Running on Empty

When Lester Holt opened the first presidential debate with a question about jobs, it looked like the employment crisis might get the attention it deserves. Holt teed...

Shining A Light On Labor’s Dark Future

Republished with permission from Jewish Journal. In October 2013, Art Bilger, a Los Angeles investor and philanthropist, found himself at a dinner event in New York...

The Truth About Jobs

There has been a lot of positive movement in the statistics released by the Labor Department. But is it the whole story or even...

The Table: Take a seat at the table

Preparing for the future of work is not a Republican or Democrat issue. It’s an American issue. Experts call it Structural Unemployment. Sometimes it’s referred...

The Midlife ‘Gut Punch’ and Getting Up Off the Canvas

Planning to work forever could mean setting a new course

So Much Work To Do

Experts call it Structural Unemployment. Sometimes it’s referred as the Employability Gap. Automation, robotics, and other advances in technology are eliminating jobs or showing the...