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A new year. The right path. A lot of work ahead.

The COVID-19 pandemic has left millions of Americans struggling to find a job. It also has made us take a hard look at the...

Back to Work: New job programs designed to help members of...

As 2020 draws to a close, there are 10.7 million unemployed U.S. workers. Surges in cases of COVID-19 and increases in hospitalizations have led...

Thoughts on 2020, our workforce, and talent development from our WorkingNation...

As we prepare to turn the page on what has been for many people a very challenging year, we would like to take a...

Back to Work: Initiatives boost employment in construction, health care, alternative...

New unemployment claims for the week ending December 12 came in at 885,000, according to the Department of Labor. Higher than the expected figure...

Cities have crucial role in creating lifelong learning systems

Lifelong learning is a critical component of building a strong, competitive workforce, even more so now as COVID-19 continues to upend the workforce. As...

Back to Work: From cloud certification programs to virtual job fairs

The jobless claims for the week ending November 21 totaled 778,000, according to the Department of Labor. That figure is higher than the 733,000...

Fast-tracking military aircraft mechanics to civilian careers

Transitioning out of the military can be a challenge as great as military service itself. There is much to navigate as service members try...

Trying to get back in the workforce? States are stepping up...

The jobless numbers for the week ending November 7 dropped to 709,000. That’s a decrease from the previous week of 48,000 claims. However, the...

Jobs are local. What’s happening in your state?

New U.S. jobless claims filings totaled 787,000 for the week ending October 17. This figure is the lowest since mid-March. It also represents a...

Need a job? States around the country are pushing to get...

Initial jobless claims came in at 840,000 for the week ending October 3, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Economists had been expecting...