Google.org launches $50 million effort to prepare job seekers for the ‘future of work’
Recode ------- Google announced on Wednesday a new $50 million initiative to study and prepare “for the changing nature of work,” beginning with investments in the U.S. and Europe to help train job seekers and improve the working conditions for those already employed. The commitment comes by way of Google.org, the search giant’s philanthropic organization. Its president, Jacquelline Fuller, unveiled the campaign in a blog post this morning, stressing the goal is to “make sure that as many people as possible can make the most of the new jobs, industries and opportunities that are emerging—some of which we couldn’t have imagined just a few years ago.”In other words, Google.org is studying the economic effects precipitated in no small part by its own parent company, Alphabet. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.