Disruption as a result of automation is fast changing the nature of work. As machine labour increasingly replaces human labour, old jobs are disappearing or changing and new ones are being created. So how do we ensure workers are receiving the skills training they need to navigate the future of work?

Ethan Pollack joins the podcast to discuss innovative policy ideas to help citizens acquire the right skills for the new economy. He is the associate director of research and policy for the Aspen Institute’s Future of Work Initiative.

This podcast is part of the Preparing citizens for the future of work special feature.

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