– In These Times
The story of 20th-century healthcare reform in America makes a persuasive case that mobilizing organized labor remains a decisive factor when it comes to changing healthcare policy.
A tight labor market is putting the squeeze on restaurant profits and creating a strong incentive for them to find ways to increase efficiencies.
State legislatures and the Trump administration are likely to help move forward on regulations and laws governing the future workforce, filling a void left by a divided Congress that has yet to come up with any sort of bipartisan strategy.
For the last several years, some of the world’s leading thinkers have fretted over robots and artificial intelligence, with one particular worry – whether jobs across the U.S. and the rest of the advanced economies are going to be wiped out.