Members of the inaugural cohort of the Aspen Institute Job Quality Fellowship explain why job quality matters to our economy and society.
The Job Quality Fellowship, led by the Aspen Institute Economic Opportunities Program with support from Prudential Financial, Inc., and the Ford Foundation, brings together innovators from differing fields who are engaged in work that expands the availability of better quality jobs in the US economy. For more information, visit as.pn/jobquality.
Fellows featured in this video include: Jess Kutch, Coworker.org; Betsy Biemann, Coastal Enterprises, Inc.; Laphonza Butler, SEIU Local 2015; Sean Daniel Murphy, ICA Fund Good Jobs; Lara Shock, Walmart; Walter Tobin, Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College; Mary Jo Cook, Pacific Community Ventures; and Anjali Sakaria, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
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