future of work
Millennial Democrats Like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Pete Buttigieg Are Ready to Face Off Against Job-Stealing Robots
"We should not be haunted by the specter of being automated out of work."
How Your Career Can Survive the Next Wave of Automation
As mass automation flourishes, labor, tech and finance experts weigh in on the new brave new world.
Students Earned $1 Billion in College Scholarships Using Their Smartphones
A new app is trying to incentivize college affordability by providing students instant micro-scholarships.
Why the Lord & Taylor Flagship Store Closing is a Big Deal for Your Job in Ten Years
Your guide to the future of jobs, what’s working, what’s not and what you can do about it.
Avoiding Mass Extinction Was the Goal of This Music and Climate Festival
Thought leaders in education, business, environmentalism, technology, and policy convened at Creating Equilibrium to come up with actionable solutions to the world's worst problems.
Legislators are Pushing a Law to Help Students Get Jobs After Graduation
Students are making life-changing college decisions with limited information, but a database created by the controversial College Transparency Act could change all of that.
Last Chance High
VICE Impact August: Chicago's At-Risk Youth and the Future of Higher Ed
This month we'll be launching a campaign helping vulnerable kids in Chicago, exploring the feasibility of higher education, and diving into the politics of health care reform.
Nick Chedli Carter
Hip-Hop Hackathon Engages Students on Tech Industry
“When students see people like them in the industry it makes them believe they can do this too."
Workers Must Run Faster to Keep up With New Industry Skills
Figuring out how millions of unemployed workers will be capable of filling millions of unknown jobs is among our greatest challenges.
Oliver B. Libby
You'll Be Broke and Jobless Unless You Prep for Jobs That Don't Exist Yet
Students won't know what they'll be working on as the next generation of American workers.
Fast Food Workers Are Flipping Burgers And BS for a Living Wage
“We work, we sweat, put $15 in our check!”
The 2017 Job Market for New College Grads Looks Grim
How a handful of recent graduates are hunting for jobs and coping with the stress of uncertain employment.