Labor Markets and Skills

In testimony before California’s Little Hoover Commission, ITIF President Rob Atkinson encourages state policymakers to support AI development and adoption while improving state systems for helping workers make transitions between jobs and occupations.
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February 20, 2018
Please join ITIF for a panel discussion of the challenges and opportunities posed by the coming wave of technological innovation in the economy and the steps and policies that policymakers should enact to ensure that American workers are prepared for an era of significant technological change.
January 25, 2018
In testimony before California’s Little Hoover Commission, ITIF President Rob Atkinson encourages state policymakers to support AI development and adoption while improving state systems for helping workers make transitions between jobs and occupations.
November 9, 2017
Fearmongers say robots are coming to destroy our jobs, and the solution is to slow them down with taxes. But that’s wrong on both counts.
September 25, 2017
In a presentation hosted by the FHC Foundation in São Paulo, Brazil, Rob Atkinson provided an overview of the history of technological disruption and the effects of technology-driven change in a variety of occupations.
June 27, 2017
Join ITIF for the latest in its @Work series of events to discuss the interaction between automation, technology, and jobs, and explore how policymakers can put in place more effective and robust systems to help workers transition between jobs and occupations.
June 5, 2017
The prevailing narrative that the U.S. labor market is experiencing an unprecedented rate of technology-driven disruption couldn’t be further from the truth, write Rob Atkinson and John Wu in Brink.
May 10, 2017
There is considerable confusion about the potential effects of emerging technologies such as robotics and artificial intelligence on employment. Rob Atkinson outlines 13 key points to understand about that interaction in HuffPost.
May 8, 2017
Contrary to popular perceptions, the labor market is not experiencing unprecedented technological disruption. In fact, occupational churn in the United States is at a historic low. It is time stop worrying and start accelerating productivity with more technological innovation.
May 8, 2017
There is considerable confusion about the potential effects of emerging technologies such as robotics and artificial intelligence on employment. This primer outlines 13 key points to understand about that interaction.
April 19, 2017
As long as the administration recognizes the need to continue attracting the world’s best and brightest—and takes a careful, “mend it, don’t end it” approach to carrying out the president’s order—the result can be beneficial for the U.S. economy, writes Adams Nager on MarketWatch.

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