Jobs of the future are changing rapidly — creating new opportunities and obstacles. We need to change policies and practices so women can thrive in the next generation workforce.
Jobs most commonly held by women — cashiers, secretaries and bookkeeping clerks, for example — face some of the highest risks of becoming automated in the future.
The country’s demographics are rapidly changing—and the workforce is becoming increasingly more diverse.
The traditional model of a job as full-time work with a single employer is changing as more Americans make their living as independent workers in the so-called “gig economy.”
Telework offers greater flexibiity, reduced commuting time and costs, and even lower child-care expenses.
The Future of Work holds mixed messages for women: They are disproportionately represented in some of the occupations with the highest projected growth in the coming decade, including jobs where…