Working Knowledge

Stakeholder voices November 06, 2020

A Q&A with Blair Milo

Indiana’s Secretary of Career Connections and Talent discusses her role connecting residents to job opportunities, food and rental assistance, and other resources during the current economic crisis.

Elisabeth Jacobs

Skills and training October 29, 2020

Skills and Training Are Important—But They Alone Won’t Accelerate Upward Mobility for Workers

The problem isn’t a skills shortage, but a lack of clear pathways into good jobs that offer economic security and opportunities for advancement.

Sheryl Pardo

Demographic disparities September 30, 2020

A Q&A with Amanda Cage

“We need to operate from the premise that is it not okay to have bad jobs,” says the president and CEO of the National Fund for Workforce Solutions.

Elisabeth Jacobs

Economic context September 16, 2020

A Q&A with Oren Cass

The author of The Once and Future Worker shares his views on what the current economic crisis means for workers.

Elisabeth Jacobs

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