How Michael E. Porter’s seminal model can help us plan for the future of work

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A comparison of the minimum wage, annual leave, unionization, and corporate governance around the world

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And the problems with our classification systems

Early Use of Skill Level in American Labor Analysis

A Brief Overview of the Current (And Potential) Regulatory Solutions To Address Income and Wealth Inequality in the United States

The History of Classifying Occupations and How It Affects Our Perception of Work

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Lessons Learned From Industry Experts at the 2020 Jobs For the Future Horizons Conference

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A Brief Overview of the Labor Landscape in this Dynamic Southeast Asian Country

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What Our Failed Startup Can Teach Others About Organizational Distance

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How thinking about the future puts constraints on the present

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The power of outside options in explaining wage discrepancies

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Amanda Silver

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