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Capturing the current state of the U.S. workforce.
About half of Americans who lost their job during the pandemic and are still not working say they are not willing to take jobs that do not offer the opportunity for remote work.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Equality of Opportunity Data Center shows the opportunity gaps that affect people of color.
As businesses continue to grapple with a national workforce shortage, a flawed government benefits framework is one of many factors keeping Americans on the sidelines of the labor force.
Despite ADA protections, federal tax incentives, and private sector opportunity programs, millions of individuals with disabilities looking for work remain unemployed.
America’s woefully inadequate immigration system is directly contributing to the worker shortage crisis and hindering American business operations.
Data show that women who left the labor force during the pandemic, often to take on childcare duties, have not yet returned.