Even before the pandemic, evolving technology and artificial intelligence were already stoking fears that progress could eventually lead to jobs losses, pushing those without digital skills out of the work force. The divide only deepened when the pandemic forced millions of employees to start working from home. While technology made remote work possible for them, that wasn’t an option for millions of others. Now as vaccinations ramp up and employees are able to go back to the office, the U.S. workforce is primed for more change. Elizabeth Reynolds is the Executive Director of MIT’s Task Force on the “Work of the Future.” She talks with Soledad O’Brien about how we keep the next transition from leaving millions of Americans behind.

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