Blogger “Snarkfest” met Mike in D.C. at the 2014 USA Science and Engineering Festival where she had the chance to interview Mike. See the interview below, or click here to read about it on Snarkfest.
The Blaze just published an article on Mike’s testimony before the House Committee on Natural Resources meeting to discuss “American Energy Jobs: Opportunities for Skilled Trade Workers.” The Blaze goes over what Mike addressed in his testimony, and offers a good summary of the proceedings. Click here to read the article on The Blaze’s site. Click here to learn more about Mike’s testimony.
Listen to Mike talk to Armstrong and Getty about the mikeroweWORKS Foundation and the Walmart controversy on their podcast. Listen above, or click here to listen on the Armstrong and Getty website.
Mike appeared live on D.C. area talk show “Let’s Talk Live” to talk about his involvement in the USA Science and Engineering Festival, and his interest in promoting the skilled trades. Watch below. Find out more about Mike at USASEF here.
Mike talks about the “I Am a Woodshop” video that was made in support of the Ottowa Township High School who closed its Vo-Tech program. Over 150 kids stood up in protest over the loss. Watch the latest video at video.foxbusiness.comVarney & Co.
The controversial manufacturing commercial for Wal-Mart is discussed on Bloomberg TV “Street Smart” with Trish Regan. Bloomberg TV
Mike sits down with Equipment World at ConExpo 2014 to talk about his views on the skilled trades and explains “no job is a bad job.” By Wayne Grayson All of the new machines are obviously the star of a show like ConExpo. But one of the highlights for the Equipment World team last week at the show was getting to sit down with TV host and newly-minted author Mike Rowe for a conversation on the importance of skilled trades and vocational education. Just in case you’re unaware, Rowe is likely the foremost advocate for construction and the trades we Read More
Mike spent an hour with Dennis Miller discussing everything from the controversial Wal-mart commercial to his new Profoundly Disconnected book. The Dennis Miller Show (To listen to complete interview you need to be a member of DMZ) [youtube url=”http://youtu.be/aP9zrvJYyYM”]
During the second half of the February 26, 2014 show Mike joins the podcast to discuss the recent Wal-mart controversy and how their relationship with taking risks has changed over the years. Listen to the podcast – here. [youtube url=”http://youtu.be/Ccnqir2Yf9k”]
Mike chatted it up with the guys on TMZ Live about the controversy over the recent Wal-mart ad. (Mike’s interview begins 18:43 minutes into the show.) TMZ Live Unfortunately your browser does not support IFrames.
Mike visits with the crew on Morning Joe to discuss the controversial Walmart ad and his new book Profoundly Disconnected. We also learn a new term “cognitive dissonance” – when someone you’re trained to hate does something you actually agree with and how it takes a minute to get your head around it…for some it has taken longer than a minute. Mike takes the time to make sure the message of bringing jobs and manufacturing to America is not lost in the debate.
Mike gives his thoughts on the Walmart ad controversy and if raising the minimum wage is really the answer. Work is a beautiful thing. Mike Rowe on critics attacking him for narrating a new ad for Walmart says he can’t imagine what would happen in the economy if others followed Walmarts example. On the CBO report that raising the minimum wage will cost at least 500K jobs, Rowe calls it the “Terrible Arithmetic of the Economy” adding: until we close the skills gap we can’t have a conversation on who is worth what in the workplace. PLUS: Mike Rowe discusses Read More
Mike discusses jobs that go unfilled, the mikeroweWORKS Foundation scholarships and urges people to really consider a job in the skilled trades. Despite the country’s high unemployment rate,“Dirty Jobs” Host Mike Rowe says he sees “Help Wanted” signs everywhere he travels in this country! The problem, Rowe says, is that many Americans lack the necessary skills to fill those jobs or aren’t willing to put in the extra work! On Thursday’s show, Mike Rowe joined Tom to explain why he thinks so many Americans are really out of work and why more vocational training and a better work ethic could Read More
From past to present Mike discusses everything from his new book Profoundly Disconnected to selling lava lamps and Katsaks on QVC. Kilmeade & Friends Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com
Mike covers a lot of ground during his time with Piers Morgan. He sings, he announces, and he talks about the end of the Dirty Jobs and Ford era. For the first time in his adult life, the man that preaches a good day’s work, is unemployed. “You know, it’s odd,” said Mike Rowe, joining “Piers Morgan Live” Thursday evening. “But I mean seriously it forces you to step back and go, ‘okay. I’ve been really, really lucky – I know that.’” After ten years on Discovery Channel’s “Dirty Jobs” and serving as a commercial spokesman for Ford, Rowe has Read More