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CCDA Fall Conference Day 3: Colorado Career Outlooks and the Future of Work
COVID has taken the strong job economy in Colorado and turned many roles and industries on their heads. Out of necessity, Colorado industries and employers have had to adjust, while others have closed or contracted permanently. In this session, we'll take a high-level look at what recovery may mean for the Colorado job market, where job seekers may see expanded opportunity as jobs return, and how some positions have combined, displaced, or eliminated job roles through automation and technology.

Nov 6, 2020 08:30 AM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Katherine Keegan
Director of the Office of the Future of Work @Colorado Department of Labor and Employment
Katherine Keegan is a Colorado native, who has provided services to newly arrived refugees in Boston; managed AmeriCorps and workforce readiness programs in Texas; and developed career coaching programs in Colorado and Indiana. In August 2019, she joined the Colorado Department of Labor & Employment as the Director of the Office of the Future of Work leading the state’s efforts to raise awareness about the impact of the future of work.