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Good Jobs as a Stepping Stone to an Equitable Economic Future

The pandemic jolted the U.S. economy, which today is 5.7 million jobs smaller in size than at its peak in February 2020. Employers are recruiting and retaining workers in a changed landscape, where in addition to the virus, the quality of jobs is driving decisions to stay at or return to a place of employment. Good jobs mean improved financial performance for businesses, and they also mean greater economic stability for families and stronger local communities. For the nation to truly recover from COVID-19’s economic shock and build a more equitable economic future, there needs to be a systemic shift…
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Betsy Biemann joined Coastal Enterprises Inc. as its CEO in 2016 and was an Aspen Institute Job Quality Fellow. Previously, Betsy led a study on Maine’s food economy at Harvard University’s Mossavar-Rahmani Center, served as the Maine Technology Institute’s president, and worked as an associate director at The Rockefeller Foundation. ... Read more
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