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"Fixing the American Workforce" with Steven Hill at Seattle Town Hall, followed by a Social

  • 07 Dec 2015
  • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM (PST)
  • Downstairs at Town Hall, 1119 Eighth Avenue (enter on Seneca Street), Seattle, Washington 98101

Registration

  • Corporate Member of PSCDA for 2015/2016

    PSCDA has a block of reserved tickets for this event. No fee to attend the presentation for corporate members. Limit 2 guests.

    The Social is a NO-HOST event.

    Parking fees apply.
  • PSCDA has a block of seats for this event. Register through the PSCDA website to save the $1.50 service fee assessed by the Town Hall site.
  • PSCDA has a block of reserved tickets for this event. No fee to attend the presentation for regular and board members.

    The Social is a NO-HOST event.

    Parking fees apply.
  • Regular Member of PSCDA for 2015/2016

    PSCDA has a block of reserved tickets for this event. There is no fee to attend the presentation for regular members.

    The Social is a NO-HOST event.

    Parking fees apply.

Registration is closed

Join PSCDA on Monday, December 7th at Town Hall Seattle for a presentation titled:

"Fixing the American Workforce"

by Author and Journalist Steven Hill

7:30PM

Monday, December 7, 2015

Downstairs at Town Hall

Doors open: 6:30pm

Downstairs at Town Hall

1119 Eighth Avenue (enter on Seneca Street)

Seattle, Washington 98101

Uber, TaskRabbit, Airbnb, and other companies are putting capitalist ventures in the hands of the consumer–but how much do these companies really benefit American workers? According to veteran journalist Steven Hill (Europe’s Promise), the answer is not at all. Hill argues that, more than anything, these new tech-based, easy-money, sharing enterprises are doing great harm. Raw Deal outlines the “runaway capitalism” behind these programs and the disastrous results that could occur if they’re allowed to continue unchecked. He’ll share his solutions–both for public policy and our broken economic structure–and what it will take to shift away from the sharing economy. 

Cost: $5.00 
Register for this event through the PSCDA website and save the $1.50 service charge.  

For Parking information & Directions
to Town Hall, visit:

https://townhallseattle.org/plan-your-visit/#tabs-visit-tab-2


Meet up with other area career professionals after the event for a social at Primo Pizza Parlor. 
http://www.primoseattle.com/#welcome

Primo Pizza Parlor 
1106 8th Avenue, Seattle Washington 98101

5pm-close Daily






Note:  The social is a no-host event. 


Contact: Angie Engel

Puget Sound Career Development Association

407-470-4649

pugetsoundcareer@gmail.com

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