Raleigh and the Research Triangle

Raleigh and the Research Triangle

Most people think of the big tech powerhouses as coastal cities like San Francisco, New York, and Seattle. However, at One America Works, we know there is a lot of innovation and economic success happening in cities all over the country. The Research Triangle is a...
Making WFH Work for Growth Companies

Making WFH Work for Growth Companies

Companies across the globe are extending work from home privileges, considering employee feedback in designing return-to-work plans, and re-imagining offices altogether. Notably, some major tech companies like Twitter recently announced permanent remote work options...
Austin’s Active Tech Incubators and Accelerators

Austin’s Active Tech Incubators and Accelerators

In recent years, the landscape of Austin, Texas has changed. While it’s long been known for a vibrant live music scene, today the city boasts immense growth with creative talent, an impressive skyline, and some of the foremost tech leaders. It’s quickly becoming a...
Tech Companies Continue to Acclimate

Tech Companies Continue to Acclimate

After the pandemic shutdowns in March of 2020, companies of all sizes from across the country have faced tough decisions about how, or even if, they would survive. Thousands made cuts or closed altogether. However, so many others have responded with innovative ideas,...
From Boom Town to Zoom Town

From Boom Town to Zoom Town

In the 19th century, the Industrial Revolution created the rise of the “boom town.” These were cities, often on the West Coast, where entire economies and urban housing complexes seemed to spring up almost overnight. Today we’re seeing the development of a new type of...
Why We’re Hosting Virtual Recruitment Events

Why We’re Hosting Virtual Recruitment Events

COVID-19 has flipped the tech job market on its head, and many tech workers have found themselves suddenly out of a job. The Wall Street Journal reports that close to 70,000 tech startup employees have lost their jobs since March. Large companies weren’t immune to the...