How should we, as a society, define a “good job”?

A conversation with Sarah Kalloch, Good Jobs Institute
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How should we, as a society, define a “good job”? WorkingNation’s editor-in-chief Ramona Schindelheim turned to Sarah Kalloch, executive director of the Good Jobs Institute, for some help answering that question.

Kalloch says there are two parts to that answer: the basic financial needs and the higher, emotional needs. She says an employee has to make enough to take care of their family, and they want to have a sense of accomplishment, pride, and dignity.

Listen to the discussion in this Work in Progress podcast for our new digital magazine Inquire Within.

Episode: Sarah Kalloch, Good Jobs Institute
Host: Ramona Schindelheim, Editor-in-Chief, WorkingNation
Producer: Larry Buhl
Executive Producers: Joan Lynch, Melissa Panzer, and Ramona Schindelheim
Music: Composed by Lee Rosevere and licensed under CC by 4.0.

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