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Van Horn Interviewed for Documentary about the Changing American Labor Market

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Carl Van Horn is interviewed as part of a film about how Kodak's bankruptcy has affected the city of Rochester, New York.

Kodak filed for bankruptucy in 2012 and subsequently laid off more than 55,000 workers. The film explores former Kodak workers in the aftermath of the bankruptcy. Van Horn discusses how today's economy is driven by technological change and the effects of these changes on people's jobs and careers.

The film was directed by Academy Award winning documentary film maker, Barbara Kopple, and was featured on the Fortune/Time Magazine websites.

Van Horn is director of the Heldrich Center for Workforce Development and a Distinguished Professor of Public Policy at Rutgers University.

 

 

News Type: 
Announcement
Topic: 
Unemployment & Reemployment
Keywords: 
Carl Van Horn
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Rochester
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