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Task Force News | January 6, 2022

The Work of the Future: Building Better Jobs in an Age of Intelligent Machines

MIT Press, David Autor, David Mindell, Elisabeth Reynolds

Why the United States lags behind other industrialized countries in sharing the benefits of innovation with workers and how we can remedy the problem. This book will be released on January 25, 2022

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Silicon Valley Workers Have Had Enough

The New York Times
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How the American Unemployment System Failed

The New York Times
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What’s Wrong with the Way We Work

The New Yorker
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The Future of Offices When Workers Have a Choice

The New York Times
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The Workforce Is About to Change Dramatically

The Atlantic

In March, millions of Americans in mostly white-collar industries were thrust into a sudden experiment in working from home; here are 3 predictions for the future.

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How big cities became inequality machines

The Washington Post

Even without a profession, connections or education, cities were once the ultimate ticket to the middle class. For Black Americans, they're no longer a guarantee.

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Leading Foundations Pledge to Give More, Hoping to Upend Philanthropy

The New York Times, Darren Walker, President of the Ford Foundation, Task Force of the Work of the Future Advisory Board Member

Five leading charitable foundations have pledged to increase their giving by $725 million in an unprecedented move to save the nonprofit sector.

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Related News | April 16, 2020

Students and teachers rely on MIT teaching and learning resources now more than ever

MIT News, Sanjay Sarma

MIT created platforms for higher education students, faculty, teachers, parents, K-12 students, while continuing to offer its existing online education resources.

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