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The Future of Work

Preserving the Dignity of Labor in an Automated World

By 2016, of the 11.8 million jobs created since the economic crisis of 2008, only about 80,000 went to workers without a college degree. In such a stratified, knowledge-based economy, where automation and technology can destroy entire industries, what is the future of work? How shall we restore and sustain the dignity of labor? The Center for Social Solutions is gathering data on efforts to map and shape the future of work, while also creating a vision of meaningful labor in the coming century.

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