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Milken Institute London Summit Explores Opportunities to Meet the Needs of...

At the 2016 Milken Institute London Summit, Chairman Michael Milken used the occasion to explore how we can help people achieve meaningful lives amid a...

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Nearly half of all jobs in the United States could be eliminated by technology within the next 20 years, according to an Oxford University...

FutureWork: The Olympics of Robotics

Educational approaches that emphasize problem-solving and teamwork are preparing the workforce of tomorrow for any possibility. At the international VEX Worlds Robotics Competition, "VEX Robotics World...

Trump’s Campaign and Dirty Work

While jobs continue to be the single biggest issue with the American people, the network Sunday political shows did their best to avoid the...

Why Carrier Worker TJ Bray Has A New Plan

It has been a year of ups and downs for Carrier worker TJ Bray. When news broke back in February that the heating and...

‘Humans of New York’ Post Nails What it Means to be...

A recent subject of the Humans of New York photography project said something very poignant about the people in his neighborhood who are among the...

Carrier Deal a Victory for Trump, But What Can Really Help...

President-elect Donald Trump took a victory lap around the Carrier plant in Indianapolis Thursday with Vice President-elect and Indiana Gov. Mike Pence following the announcement...

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...

How Automation Has Affected Jobs Once Essential to Thanksgiving Dinner

This Thanksgiving, advancements in technology are leaving some Americans thankless and creating opportunities for others. Are these changes affecting you? Here's a a look at the history...

Why Are There So Many Jobs Despite Automation? This MIT Professor...

Lately, automation has been seen as the enemy of the workforce for stealing jobs from working class Americans. However, as MIT professor David Autor...