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When depression is a family affair

For many people, especially men between the ages of 40 to 65, being out of work is not only depressing, but it is also...

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...

What Story Are You Telling Yourself?

WorkingNation is proud to have Mick Kubiak as our featured writer for January. Kubiak is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who specializes in...

Shock Happens: The first time I got fired

WorkingNation welcomes back Mick Kubiak as our featured writer for January. Kubiak is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who specializes in parent counseling...

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...

Upskilling is a win-win scenario for workers and employers

Upskilling. It's a word you may not be familiar with, but it could be the solution to an oncoming employment crisis. So what is it? Upskilling...

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....

Mick Kubiak on the emotional impact of joblessness

WorkingNation is proud to introduce our featured writer for September, Mick Kubiak, a Los Angeles-based Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She is the founder of...
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When finding your job is the job

Joe Konopka didn't think he could be one of the millions of middle-aged men who are out of work. He had the education, the status...

Help Wanted: Skilled Workers (or ‘Good help is hard to find’)

Businesses continue to say they have six million skilled jobs available, but they don’t have workers with the right skills to fill them. What...