States are testing innovative strategies to help at-risk workers stay employed

Eight states are developing immediate intervention strategies for employees whose work is disrupted by an illness or injury.

Most employers don’t help workers stay employed after illness or injury. Early intervention can help.

Every year, millions of workers develop illnesses or suffer injuries that limit their ability to remain on the job.

Apprenticeships can help a divided Congress find common ground on economic mobility

Apprenticeships could provide millions of Americans with rewarding job and training opportunities—a shared goal of nearly every policymaker.

How often and where do businesses move?

Amazon’s move has sparked debate, but the migration of firms and their corresponding jobs is seen as a barometer of business climate and economic health.

Algorithms risk perpetuating bias in hiring. How can employers use them to make hiring more inclusive?

Amazon reportedly discovered that its artificial intelligence–based hiring tool developed a bias against women.

Which metro areas have the most opportunity for college graduates to use their degrees?

A new Urban Institute analysis calculates the “mix-match” between the share of people with college education and the share of jobs that require it.

How is technological advancement changing the labor market?

Millions of jobs could be lost as a result of new technologies, but millions of jobs will also be created.

New competency-based frameworks can help fill the manufacturing skills gap

Through apprenticeships, manufacturing employers can produce the skilled workers they need.

Five elements of a good job

As the economy continues to add jobs, not all are high-quality.

New data shed light on why some workers prefer non-traditional employment

Around 80 percent of self-employed independent contractors prefer their current employment arrangement.