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If you’re looking for a good single source on what’s happening on the ground with the US economy, I can highly recommend the National Association of Counties’ new report, County
Earlier today, the Urban Institute hosted an excellent workshop tied to the release of its new report, Federal Small Business Supports, a deep dive into what’s working, and what’s not
For the past several years, I’ve had the pleasure of supporting the Building Resilient Economies in Coal Communities project, which is led by the National Association of Counties and funded
Finding available and affordable childcare remains a huge challenge for caregivers around the US, and the situation has recently worsened thanks to expiration of Federal pandemic era supports for the
If you’re looking for a concise summary of what works in workforce development, I can highly recommend a new piece, “Can Workforce Development Help Us Reach Full Employment,” from the
Over the past decade, we’ve seen a major revolution in how we work as more Americans opt to work from home or embrace various types of self-employment, freelancing, and gig
We’ve long sought to better understand how and why some communities are able to recover from economic shocks, while others seem to never rebuild and recover.  An excellent new National
We're out with a new issue of our e-newsletter, EntreWorks Insights. This issue examines how smaller and at-risk communities have fared during the recent period of heavy public spending, and
We're out with a new issue of our e-newsletter, EntreWorks Insights. This issue examines how smaller and at-risk communities have fared during the recent period of heavy public spending, and
Welcome to the latest edition of EntreWorks Insights, a quarterly newsletter that reports on business trends, policy developments, and other issues affecting the business of economic and workforce development.   You’re