The National Jobs for All Network is dedicated to the propositions that meaningful employment is a precondition for a fulfilling life and that every person capable of working should have the right to a job.
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Imagine a world:
– Where everyone who wants to work has a living-wage job.
– Where no one needs to cobble together multiple jobs to make ends meet.
– Where joblessness and its consequences no longer exist.
– Where millions are working in concert to heal our environment, rebuild our physical and care infrastructure, and renew our public art.
– Where the basic right to a job is guaranteed.
Jobs for All Newsletter #7, (April 2021) Rep. Ayanna Pressley Champions Federal Job Guarantee Resolution
Jobs for All Newsletter #5, (January 2021) COVID, Jobs, Bailouts and more
Jobs for All Newsletter #4 (September 2020): Building a Social Movement for the Job Guarantee
Jobs for all Newsletter #3 Special Advanced Issue (July 2020): Support Legislative Action on Coronavirus Aid
Recent Work by Coalition Members:
A Proposal for a Federal Job Guarantee, Greg Heires, New Crossroads, 4/21
“$15: We Aren’t Asking for Much”, Frank Stricker, opednews, 3/21
Job Growth, Yes! But How? Letter on Biden Jobs Program, Trudy Goldberg 1/21
Seven Reasons Why We Need Federal Direct Job Creation Programs, Frank Stricker 12/10
The Corona Recession: How Bad Right Now? Frank Stricker, 10/20
Another State of the Union: A chance to realize the promise of FDR’s Economic Bill of Rights, Trudy Goldberg, $ & Sense M/A/19
Trying Again for Full Employment, Trudy Goldberg, $ & Sense N/D/18
Jobs for All: A Plan for the Revitalization of America (1994) (The 24+ year-old book that led to development of National Jobs for All Coalition — now available as a PDF)
The Federal Job Guarantee – A Policy to Achieve Permanent Full Employment, Paul, Darity & Hamilton, CBPP 3/18
The Full Employment Solution, Paul, Darity & Hamilton, TAP 2/18
Democratic Socialists of America Adopts Job Guarantee as Part of Labor Priorities 8/17
The Legacy of the New Deal, Trudy Goldberg 6/17
The Precarious Workplace, David Bensman, Uncommon Sense #30, 2/16
San Jose Ballot Measure Seeks to Raise Revenue for Publicly-Financed Jobs. NJFAC Board Member Prof. Scott Myers-Lipton headed a successful minimum wage campaign in San Jose, CA, and is now leading the charge for a local government job creation 12/15
Unemployment Policy Should Include New-Deal Style Work Programs by Gertrude Schaffner Goldberg, from the London School of Economics (LSE) USCentre’s Blog 12/15
The Holidays: Arguing About Good Jobs with the Family by Frank Stricker, cross-posted from OpedNews.com 12/15
The Federal Job Guarantee: A Step Toward Racial Justice, Darrick Hamilton, from Dissent Magazine 11/15
NJFAC Newsletter 11/15 “….The National Jobs for All Coalition is poised to turn a corner. With new leadership, exciting new projects, and a stunning new website we are in a better position than ever to pursue our version of the American Dream: a living-wage job for all. For too many Americans, unemployment has turned that American Dream into a nightmare…” Read more here
The Trans-Pacific Partnership: A Corporate Agenda, June Zaccone updated 8/15
Trade Pacts vs. National Sovereignty, by Tim Canova 6/15
Green Jobs For All – Two Crises: One Solution, NJFAC Flyer 6/15
Green Jobs for All, Trudy Goldberg at the Left Forum 5/15
TPP: The Trade Deal You Aren’t Allowed to Know About Until It Hits You! by Sheila Collins, 5/15
Where Are Today’s Mass Movements? Trudy Goldberg, Dollars and Sense, 1/15
Aspirations of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, by Rep. John Conyers, Gertude Schaffner Goldberg and Sheila D. Collins, from Huffington Post 12/13
A 21st Century Economic Bill of Rights: A Scorecard and a Proposal, by Gertude Schaffner Goldberg and Sheila D. Collins 10/13
Securing the Right to Work at the State or Local Level, by Philip Harvey (2011)
An Answer to Unemployment: A Jobs-for-All Bill (HR 1000), by Rep. John Conyers and Philip Harvey, 5/13
Union Decline-Irrelevance, Suicide or Murder? June Zaccone -Regional Labor Review