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Hardly Working with Brent Orrell

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Hardly Working with Brent Orrell

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Whether you are working hard or hardly working, join AEI Resident Fellow Brent Orrell as he explores national trends and public policies affecting the vitality of the American workforce and how to prepare yourself for success in our rapidly-changing economy. And whatever else happens, we promise it will take your mind off of your job.
 
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Honest career advice can be hard to find, whether or not you have the network. Hardly Working is a podcast that curates trending career content, featuring highlights from Fishbowl Live: conference-level conversations with industry leaders and experts from the Fishbowl app. This is a weekly show that will connect you to water cooler talk at all levels of your industry. Working professionals will share their experiences and give advice on how to build a sustainable career, from salary negotiat ...
 
In this podcast series, entrepreneur Grace Beverley moves away from the traditional macho, business-podcast rhetoric, to get a better understanding of what ACTUALLY goes on behind the scenes of the brightest success stories. How did they get to where they are? What are the biggest mistakes they’ve made? What is the side to their work that no one else sees? Each week Grace and her guest open an honest dialogue about these topics, and share practical tips to help make our work and home lives m ...
 
Hardly (Net)Working is an interview podcast from Luna Brekke where she speaks to a variety of internet content creators (writers, artists, podcasters, streamers, and the like) about what they do. Community engagement, creative burnout, and internet nativism are some of the many topics covered. New episodes every Thursday!
 
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Can you really be honest at work if you want to succeed? Learn why bringing your authentic self to work will get you ahead. Sabrina Horn (CEO, Horn Strategy LLC) and Fadi Baaklini (Director of Product Management, NLX) discuss how to be refreshingly honest at work, and how to use that to your advantage.…
 
Mentioned in the Episode STEM Definition July 2020 AEI STEM Survey STEM Interviews by Anne Kim Abandoned: America's Lost Youth and the Crisis of Disconnection Brookings Center for Technology Innovation United Negro College Fund STEM Without Fruit Black Data Processing Association Hispanic Heritage Foundation Inroads Program Fund II Foundation (Fund…
 
Finding the perfect fit can be like dating in a major city - really challenging. How do you find someone kind enough to commit their time to you? And once you’ve found one, do you have to stick with them over the course of your career? In this episode, Teresa Rand and Al Smith (Boss Lady Podcast) discuss mentorship: six tips on finding the perfect …
 
Creating career momentum in a hybrid world is a new career game to play. 4 out of 7 working professionals want out of where they’re working, but don’t know where to start. Learn how a career coach can help create momentum, set boundaries and magnify your skills with Nicole Trick Steinbach (BRAVE Coaching) and Eva Beasley (Fishbowl Community Leader)…
 
Social media has created an endless identity crisis of our internet selves. Is building an “authentic” personal brand the only way to achieve success? Learn how to be yourself (or not) on the internet and other tips gleaned from Gary Vee with marketing experts Joanna Soricelli (JS Marketing & Management), Alex De Simone (StarTalk Media / Neil deGra…
 
We all want a job we actually like. This could mean different things: great people to work with, satisfying work, great benefits, higher pay, all of the above. But how do you find a unicorn in a complex market? Join headhunter and author Rob Barnett on networking, interviewing and standing out in the job search.…
 
Description: Making mistakes is part of the journey to building safe spaces at work. With bravery and an open mind, let’s ask ourselves what are the rules of respect for allies in these spaces? Arielle Bochy, Programming Director from Do The WerQ leads a discussion with queer thought leaders Nick Casey Aria, Brianna Mendez, and Brian Tran about how…
 
What would you do if you had a billion dollars? You may have a good idea, but if you don’t, looking to the example of Leon Cooperman wouldn’t be a bad start. After a lengthy, successful career at Goldman Sachs and running his own wealth management company, Leon Cooperman has focused his attention on philanthropy, making daily decisions to benefit t…
 
Everyone’s having existential questions: “Do I matter? Does the work I’m doing matter? Why am I even doing this?” If you’re hitting a crossroad in your career, join the Co-Founders of the Purpose Company, Gabrielle Bosché & Brian Bosché for a discussion on mistakes to avoid when deciding to leave your job, and questions to consider before you do.…
 
First Workings provides multifaceted support for disadvantaged students from New York City, including access to internships, mentorships, and trainings. These mentors often occupy senior positions at major finance, media, health, or law firms, and help participants master both work and the social connections that make advancement possible. But the …
 
The First Workings mentoring program is a unique experience for disadvantaged high school students from New York City. First Workings helps students access paid internships, training, and mentoring relationships at major finance, media, health, or law firms. The skills, experience, and social capital resulting from these opportunities are crucial f…
 
Social capital and internship experiences are crucial to finding opportunities in the labor market and building a successful career. However, many students from disadvantaged backgrounds often lack the networks that can help them find and successfully navigate early work experiences. First Workings is a non-profit organization that seeks to create …
 
For college students, professionals young and old, and career changers across the nation and the world, graduation season is filled with hopes, dreams, and a search for direction. Access to mentors, professional networks, and job opportunities is often an essential step in these new vocational journeys. To commemorate this season of life, Hardly Wo…
 
The choices we make and who we make them with are the primary factors shaping how we live. Few people know this better than Robert Wood. In the final episode of our March miniseries on criminal justice topics, Robert and I dive into how his perspectives, priorities and choices changed during his stint in prison, and how his association with the Pri…
 
In this episode of Hardly Working, Theresa Matheson shares her story of crime, incarceration and change. She highlights the role of community within prison in helping her step away from the beliefs and behaviors of her criminal life and her pursuit of education as the primary means of building a new and better life after incarceration. This episode…
 
Incarcerated and justice-involved individuals are people with desires, goals, dreams and gifts, just like those of us “on the outside.” Dirk van Velzen, the founder and CEO of the Prison Scholars Fund, knows first-hand what it takes to discover and actualize the potential of people who are involved in our criminal justice system. In this episode, D…
 
The passage of the First Step Act in 2018 jolted criminal justice issues into the forefront of the public consciousness, and it has remained there since. As COVID ravaged prisons and unrest shook the country in 2020, the nation grappled with the role of the justice system in securing our society while bettering the lives of those all those affected…
 
Desistance, the decision to abandon criminal behavior, is one of the great puzzles in criminal justice policy. Shawn D. Bushway of the RAND Corporation argues that desistance depends on achieving a new, noncriminal, pro-social identity, which is often a long and arduous process supported by empirical evidence. This rebroadcast of our December 14 ev…
 
Where do prisoners go when released? How can policy create a better framework and process to prevent a quick return to incarceration? How can policy humanize the incarcerated while upholding standards of justice? Few people are more qualified to answer such questions than Jeremy Travis. To kick off our Hardly Working March miniseries for Criminal J…
 
Throughout America’s history, its people formed churches, social and fraternal organizations, and neighborhood groups at an astonishing pace. When we talk about “American exceptionalism” this is what we’re really talking about: the self-organizing community that solves its own problems. In second half of the 20th century, however, scholars and pund…
 
In this episode of Hardly Working, Brent’s research staff turn the tables on the host and interview Brent. In the last 64 episodes, Brent has hosted guests to discuss everything from the welfare system to neuroscience to Waffle House. This episode is a long-awaited (by us!) window into the host behind the scenes. What is the elusive “vocation” that…
 
Housing policy in America is inextricably linked with employment opportunities, small business ventures, education access, and a host of other issues that directly impact economic opportunity. Understanding the history of low income housing in America is key to understanding and reimagining housing policy today. On this episode of Hardly Working, I…
 
In this episode of Hardly Working, Brent Orrell is joined by AEI nonresident fellow and cultural critic Thomas Chatterton Williams. Williams’s two books Losing My Cool, published in 2010 and Self Portrait in Black and White, published in 2019, tie together personal memoir and philosophy to provide a fresh perspective on America’s history of racial …
 
Amidst today’s labor shortage, employers are learning an important truth: we have no “extra” people. Unfortunately, many qualified workers are “hidden” from real consideration for jobs by ineffective artificial intelligence hiring screens, overly strict credentialing requirements, or a narrowmindedness from companies on how seemingly disparate skil…
 
With automation changing the nature of work before our very eyes, it is more important than ever that we begin to re-think our approach to education, the workforce, and yes, even thinking itself. In this episode of Hardly Working, Brent is joined by journalist and acclaimed science writer Annie Murphy Paul to discuss how we can tap into our bodies,…
 
When we hear the word “vocation”, many people think vocational training and technical education. But, the word “vocation” has deeper roots in the idea of a calling or an occupation to which a person is especially drawn, suited, trained, or qualified. By no means is this calling obvious, and in fact finding vocation often means a series of unpredict…
 
In the 1960s, President Lyndon B. Johnson began the so-called War on Poverty, expanding the federal government’s role in reducing poverty in the United States. At one level, this effort has been an overwhelming success: consumption poverty (the number of people who cannot afford basic goods and services) has fallen from 30 percent to 3 percent. At …
 
Expanding economic opportunity for working and middle-class families has been a policy priority for decades, but there are better and worse ways to approach this end-goal. In fact, policies of the past have at times ended up being counterproductive, putting further constraints on working-class families or discouraging healthy behaviors like two-par…
 
When the Federal pandemic-related UI programs ended on September 6th, 2021, many Americans became aware of what low-income, government program-dependent Americans have long been aware of – a benefits cliff. This cliff occurs when public benefits taper off or phase out quickly, forcing beneficiaries to choose between earning more or maintaining what…
 
In March of 2020, the remote workforce skyrocketed from just 7 percent of the working population to nearly 40 percent at the height of the pandemic. The pandemic is winding down but it appears remote work is here to stay. In this episode of Hardly Working, I’m joined by Stanford economist Dr. Nicholas (Nick) Bloom to talk about the future of remote…
 
In the age of rapid economic development and changing workforce demands, noncognitive skills are “master skills” which serve as a foundation for and amplify cognitive and technical skills. Communication, integrity, and organizational soft skills are in top demand by employers, and building and strengthening these characteristics is an essential par…
 
In today’s rapidly changing economy, noncognitive skills development is the key to building a flexible, resilient, and strong workforce for today and in the future. Such skills include communication, integrity, and organization. They are in top demand by employers today, and uncovering how to develop them is an essential workforce policy area. This…
 
Twenty-first century automation is fueling an ongoing debate around the future of work. Is the end to human labor around the corner? Will robots replace us? The short answer is no. The longer answer is that work is changing fast and will likely require the capacity to adapt and constant upgrading of skills. In this episode of "Hardly Working", I wa…
 
My guest today is Tolani Shoneye, writer, producer, host of 10/10 Would Recommend and 1/3 of The Receipts Podcast - a leading award-winning UK podcast and one of my personal favourites for YEARS. While Tolani is best known for hosting The Receipts, she has established herself as a trusted voice that resonates with millennial women on and off the mi…
 
The liberal arts are a frequent political punching bag for partisans on both sides of the aisle. Progressives have gotten used to “deconstructing” the “dead White males” of Western classics, leading populists to view them as either irrelevant for finding work or an actual threat to students’ well-being. What if neither view was right? What if the l…
 
My guest today is Nicola Elliot, Founder and Creative Director of NEOM Organics - one of the first, and fastest growing wellbeing brands in the UK, which specialises in 100% natural fragrances. Nicola’s inspiration for NEOM came whilst working as a magazine editor, when she realised the wellbeing of her friends and colleagues was suffering due to t…
 
My guest today is George Heaton, Co-Founder of luxury British streetwear brand Represent. Represent was founded by George and his brother Mike in 2012 after he started creating T-shirts while studying at the University of Salford. The brand now has more than 150 stockists worldwide, including Selfridges and Harvey Nichols in the UK. Inspired by Bri…
 
My guest today is Dr Grace Lordan, Associate Professor in Behavioural Science at LSE and the author of recently published Think Big, Take Small Steps and Build the Future you Want, which is all about how to create a framework that will move you towards your goals. Her academic writings have been published in international journals and she currently…
 
The declining birth rate has come for most advanced countries, and the US is no exception. Now, we are starting to see what a labor market reshaped by years of low fertility looks like and what the future may hold. Ron Hetrick of Emsi and Rob Sentz, formerly of Emsi, joined me to discuss their report on what they’re calling a “sansdemic” — literall…
 
My guest today is Reece Wabara, CEO of Manière De Voir - former professional footballer turned e-commerce powerhouse. West Midlands born Reece began his career playing for Manchester City in the Under 16s team and went on to play for the England U21 squad before a strategic pivot into the fashion industry. MDV, the design-driven brand founded by Re…
 
Helping workers transition to new careers has taken on new importance during the COVID-19 recovery. This has led to special attention being given to worker transition systems and the existing inadequacies in our current programs, especially when compared to those from other countries. Rachel Lipson and David Deming recently wrote an AEI report that…
 
My guest today is Shopé Delano, VP of Marketing at Charlie Oscar, a new-era group of digital consumer brands, and Founder of her own upcoming workwear brand Kind Regards . Shopé's internet life began back in 2010, with a fashion blog and youtube channel that saw her work freelance with the likes of Nike, Puma and ASOS. After a successful stint in a…
 
My guest today is Steven Bartlett, the 28-year-old founder of social media marketing agency Social Chain. From a bedroom in Manchester, Steven dropped out of his university course and built what would become one of the world’s most influential social media companies at just 21 years old, before taking his company public at 27 with a market valuatio…
 
For America’s workforce, the past year has been, if not the worst of times, certainly one of the most challenging in the nation’s history. Pandemic lockdowns have been associated with not only burnout and stress but also the discovery of the potential benefits of remote work. Laurel Farrer, a remote work consultant and strategist, joined us on “Har…
 
My guest today is Conna Walker, Founder and CEO of House of CB and Mistress Rocks. Conna started House of CB at just age 17 with a £3,000 family loan. Since then House of CB has grown into a multi-million-pound business with over 40 retail locations and a worldwide community of over 3m. Worn by Chrissy Teigen, Jennifer Lopez, the Kardashians, and m…
 
In this podcast series, author and entrepreneur Grace Beverley moves away from the traditional 9-5 work rhetoric, to get a better understanding of what ACTUALLY goes on behind the scenes and how that looks for us as individuals. Are you good at taking time off? What’s the side to your work life that no one else sees? How do you avoid burnout? Each …
 
Job Corps is a program that dates to President Lyndon B. Johnson’s War on Poverty. The initial goal — help young people develop the skills they need to succeed in the workforce — was laudable. However, as tends to happen with government programs, the results have fallen short of the vision. On this episode of “Hardly Working,” I’m joined by Anne Ki…
 
Uber, Lyft, and DoorDash all represent a new kind of company — one that seeks to connect individual workers to fluid market demands. These electronic gig networks have not only spread prosperity but also made it clear how important people’s talents are to the economy as a whole. They also hold promise in providing people with ways to develop new sk…
 
The liberal arts have been having a rough time. The left tends to see them as part and parcel of a racist system that must be overthrown, and the right sees them as either a waste of time or part of the woke industrial complex. All this leads us to ask: Are they doomed? Should they be? This week, I sat down with Ted Hadzi-Antich of the Great Questi…
 
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