LinkedIn's Work In Progress

Work. It's what we do. It's how we survive. And, for many, it's who we are. The question: Where's it headed? Work In Progress, hosted by LinkedIn Senior Editor Caroline Fairchild, dives into the fascinating world of work now, featuring discussions with some of the economy’s brightest thinkers and on-the-ground interviews with workers around the U.S., all grappling with change.

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