The 2018 MIT Sustainability Summit will focus on good jobs for a thriving economy- inspiring business from the inside, mobilizing from the outside.

Mainstream discussions about the future of work, widening inequality, and the rise of contract labor have proliferated in recent years. Despite the uncertainty of the times, there are many rich examples of businesses rethinking the role of workers – and the nature of work – as a source of differentiation and an opportunity to outperform. The evidence is clear: when it comes to good jobs, businesses have a significant role to play; whether focusing on internal culture and operations, or partnering with external groups to advance a broader good jobs agenda. 
 
Join the discussion! Learn more about how businesses and other stakeholders are working toward a new normal, reimagining standards of work, and collectively mobilizing to build a thriving economy. 

The MIT Sustainability Summit is an annual student-led event. Now in its 10th year, the Summit features discussions with academia, industry leaders, and expert practitioners. The day's unique focus and depth of content has led to the Summit's growing prominence, and it routinely sells out its 350-seat capacity.

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