WorkingNation in the News: September 2020

WorkingNation thought leaders discuss paths to economic recovery for all Americans

WorkingNation continues to speak with national and local news outlets to discuss the unemployment crisis and to share stories about organizations and programs designed to put Americans back to work. Here are some of our media appearances in September.

Inside Higher Education: Growing Interest in Alternative Credentials
AP News: What Slowdown? Amazon Seeks to Hire 33,000 People
Industry Week: U.S. Chamber of Commerce says Current Workforce Development is Failing
Huffington Post: How the Unemployment Number is Really Calculated
WTOP: Financially Surviving the Pandemic May Involve “Lifeboat Jobs”
Austin PBS: New Skills and Better Employment in Central Texas

Our WorkingNation team continues to speak at conferences and seminars, and to moderate important discussions on workforce and education issues. Here are some of those conversations during the month.

Ideagen: President Jane Oates interview Matt Sigelman, CEO of Burning Glass Technologies
Ideagen: President Jane Oates interviewed by Ideagen CEO & Founder George Sifakis
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation: Talent Finance movement kickoff with partners WorkingNation, the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, the Greater Houston Partnership, and SHRM
ASU+GSV Summit: Editor-in-Chief Ramona Schindelheim moderates Philanthropy Can Help Close the Skills Gap panel

Our WorkingNation American Workers Survey was highlighted on Fox Business News’ Morning with Maria program.