WorkingNation in the News: October 2020

WorkingNation thought leaders discuss training and other pathways to reentry into the workforce

In October, our WorkingNation team continued to address the issues facing today’s workforce and employers by appearing on local and national news outlets to discuss the ongoing unemployment crisis.

As always, our goal is to share stories about organizations and programs helping to put Americans back to work. Here are some of our places we shared those stories in October.

WCBS Radio: What Employers and Employees Can Do to Advance in the Pandemic Economy
USA Today: Workers Who Lost Their Jobs Due to COVID Find New Careers
MarketWatch: Why California’s Unemployment System Devolved Into Chaos During the Pandemic
Voice of America International: Has the Pandemic Permanently Changed “Going” to Work?

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.

Milken Global Conference: President Jane Oates moderated a panel, The Future of Work is Here
UpSkill Houston: President Jane Oates presented the WorkingNation American Workers Survey
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation: Talent Finance movement forums with partners WorkingNation, the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, the Greater Houston Partnership, and SHRM
An Equitable Recovery: CWI Labs and WorkingNation partnered on a four-part interview series with our Editor-in-Chief Ramona Schindelheim on the workforce during COVID-19.

Our WorkingNation American Workers Survey was presented at the U.S. Conference of Mayors fall gathering.

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