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New study examines how degree inflation holds back employers and workers

The increasing trend of jobs requiring a four-year degree is disenfranchising millions of working-age Americans and costing companies money, according to a new report from...

Is Trump Getting the Job Done on Jobs?

President Donald Trump kicked off his first 100 days this week putting pen to paper to deliver on his promise to bring jobs back...

Four Programs Preparing Young People for Work and Life

There are many programs in the U.S. right now that are doing an amazing job helping young people from low-income, urban communities without a...

How ‘Year Up’ Is Helping Bridge the Opportunity Divide

Did you know there are 6 million young adults without education beyond a high school diploma who are looking for good jobs, and over the next...

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...

Rep. Tim Ryan: Democrats Should Be Leading The Job Charge

Following his announcement Thursday that he will challenge Nancy Pelosi and run for House Minority Leader, Rep. Tim Ryan (Ohio) appeared on MSNBC's Morning...

Fortune premieres FutureWork episode two

Fortune partnered with the national non-profit campaign WorkingNation to distribute the second episode of a new Barbara Kopple-directed documentary series called “FutureWork.” The series investigates...

FutureWork: ‘A Year Up’ Is Redefining Talent in the 21st Century

“Talent is equally distributed, but opportunity is not.” I first learned what this saying meant in 1987 when I served as a Big Brother in New...

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...

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