Upward Social Mobility

Upward Social Mobility Part 4: The Engineer vs Mechanic Conundrum

Upward Social Mobility
Upward Social Mobility Part 4: The Engineer vs Mechanic Conundrum
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Upward Social Mobility is a podcast mini series on navigating American life during COVID and a contentious political climate.

It is November of the year 2020 in the United States. Many Americans are trying to find or define life again. They are struggling with their value systems, and how that orients them in relation to living in this country. Should they aim to be rich? Should they aim to be happy? Should they go woke or broke? Or is America just a pit stop?

The term ’social mobility’ describes how we move through different stages of our lives. In this mini series, we focus on three forms of mobility -- physical, income, and transportation. These three forms of mobility are the pillars to upward social mobility in the United States.

 

Guests featured in this mini series:

  • Part 1  |  Sam Blake Reporter, dot.la Web  |  Twitter  |  LinkedIn
  • Part 2  |  Mariya Frost Director of the Coles Center for Transportation, Washington Policy Center Web  |  Twitter  |  Facebook
  • Part 3  |  Chris Cargill Eastern Washington Office Director, Washington Policy Center Web  |   LinkedIn
  • Part 4  |  Scott Hadzik Department Chair, Professor, Weber State University Department of Automotive Technology Web  |   LinkedIn

 

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