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Advancing opportunities for millions of unemployed individuals and workers from low wage roles to move into good jobs and emerge from the current economic crisis stronger

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An Alliance to Help People Move Into Better Jobs

The Rework America Alliance, a Markle Initiative, is a unique partnership of civil rights organizations, nonprofits, private sector employers, labor unions, educators, and others working to help millions of unemployed workers and people from low-wage roles to move into better jobs.

Through our committed network of partners, the Alliance is developing data-driven resources to support the organizations and individuals that are helping workers throughout the U.S. The focus of the Alliance is to provide help for people who have built capabilities through experience but do not have a bachelor’s degree - particularly people of color and women as they have been disproportionately affected by the economic crisis.

Our Partners

Take Action with the Rework America Alliance

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Help People Move Into Good Jobs

The Alliance provides support to the people and organizations that are helping workers from low-income roles to move into good jobs. This includes regional, state and national partners, such as worker-serving organizations, career coaches, state workforce leaders, and national non-profits.

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Build a Diverse Workforce

The Alliance works with employers of all sizes to drive the adoption of equitable hiring and talent management practices and connect them to workers they have been overlooking – opening opportunities for millions of people excluded by current approaches to hiring.

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Drive an Equitable Recovery

The Alliance is helping those most impacted by the crisis to overcome barriers to employment; people of color who have been historically and systemically marginalized; and people without a bachelor’s degree excluded from jobs for which they may otherwise be qualified.