The Rework America AllianceOff-site link is a national collaboration seeking to enable unemployed and low-wage workers to emerge from the pandemic crisis stronger than before it occurred. Nonprofits, educators, government entities, employers, and public and private organizations are working to amplify the impacts from important solutions they're developing and implementing. The alliance aims to help millions of workers—particularly people of color who have been disproportionately affected by the current economic crisis—move into good jobs in the digital economy by accelerating the development of an effective system of worker training aligned to jobs that employers will need to fill.

The Rework Community Insights Monitor provides a metro-level view on good jobs and training within the local labor market. The tool offers a single view into key system-level questions:

  • What industries and occupations are most prevalent within a regional economy?
  • How many of these jobs are accessible to workers without a bachelor's degree?
  • What is the education and training present to support skill development for the regional economy as a whole and to advance workforce development for key occupations?