Future of Work
The Joint Center’s future of work program is focused on identifying the challenges and opportunities of the changing nature of work for Black communities. See below for research, analysis, and activities related to the future of work for Black communities.
On February 11, Joint Center President Spencer Overton moderated a discussion on defining the future of work at the FCC future of work roundtable. During the discussion, participants determined their own definition of the future of work, identified what communities, industries, jobs, and/or tasks will be disproportionately impacted by increased task and job automation, and…Read More
On February 7, 2020, the Joint Center, Comcast NBCUniversal Foundation, and The City of Philadelphia hosted a day-long convening at the Comcast Technology Center in Philadelphia, PA to discuss the challenges and solutions for the Black residents of Philadelphia regarding the future of work. Joint Center President Spencer Overton kicked off the conversation with a…Read More
On February 4, Joint Center Vice President Jessica Fulton attended the National Skills Coalition 2020 Skills Summit in Washington, DC. The event allows attendees to networking with workforce leaders, state delegation-building and advocacy, federal policy updates, developing a relationship with representatives, and discussing actionable steps for federal skills policy. See the full program here.Read More
On January 24, the Joint Center hosted the second event in our breakfast policy series: A Voice at the Table. This discussion series is an opportunity to discuss critical topics such as the future of work, diversity & inclusion, the use of big data, financial capability, emerging economic trends, and other issues that affect Black…Read More