A recent Oxford University study argues that jobs are at risk of being automated in 47% of all occupational categories over the next 20 years.

Couple that with the fact that the proportion of American adults participating in the labor force recently hit its lowest level since 1978, and you can see there is an unemployment crisis looming.

How are governments and schools prepared to deal with this looming crisis?

Joining me today to discuss this is Joyce Gioia, one of this country’s most sought-after experts in human relations and employment trends.

Das Williams represents the 35th Assembly District in the California State Assembly, which includes over half of the Santa Barbara County, as well as nearly a quarter of Ventura County.

Assemblymember Williams lashes out at the Tri-Counties Central Labor Council for their allegations in the Ventura County Star.

Harold Kwalwasser is the former General Counsel of the Los Angeles Unified School District. He knows something about remaking America’s schools for the 21st Century. We debate his solutions contained in his book Renewal.

Julia Brownley, candidate for California’s 26th District to the US House of Representatives interviewed exclusively on KADY-TV.

Susan Schreter embraces President Barack Obama’s proclaiming last week National Small Business Week, but disagrees with what’s necessary to make small business stronger. We examine what she believes government can do to jump start small business to create new jobs from her website,

Jack O’Connell is the former California Superintendent of Public Instruction. He came to Ventura County to speak at California Lutheran University on February 17, 2011. We had him first in an exclusive interview to give his State of Education in California address.