Raising the Floor: Strategies that Make Jobs Work for All
In New England, many working families and individuals simply do not have access to jobs that allow them to meet their basic needs, thrive in the pursuit of economic mobility, and actively contribute to our collective prosperity. The economic well-being of the region is reliant on our ability to not only focus on the number of jobs being created, but to focus on the number of good-quality jobs for all workers.
On October 31, the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston will bring together thought leaders from the business, academic, nonprofit, and public sectors for a half-day conference to explore the challenges and opportunities associated with providing better quality jobs in our economy.
Join us for an enriching conversation that highlights on-the-ground practices and strategies that businesses, investors, policymakers and workforce organizations are pursuing to address the challenges facing low- and moderate-income workers and improve the quality of jobs available in our communities.