The face of the American workforce is rapidly evolving. Ethnic and racial minorities are projected to make up most of the working-class population by 2032, fueling the future growth of the U.S. workforce. At the same time, the new economy will be driven by innovation, technology and alternative work arrangements. These massive upheavals are changing who the future American worker is and how America works.
Join POLITICO on Wednesday, November 13, for a deep-dive conversation to explore the policies that Washington and the private sector will need to implement in order to meet the new realities of work.
Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester (D-DE), Co-Chair, Congressional Future of Work Caucus
Kate Bahn, Director of Labor Market Policy and Economist, Washington Center for Equitable Growth
Michele Chang, Director, Rework America Task Force, A Markle Initiative
Alastair Fitzpayne, Executive Director, Future of Work Initiative,
Moderated by: Sudeep Reddy, Managing Editor, POLITICO