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State of American Business 2022: The Competition Series

The challenges, disruptions, and opportunities accelerated by the pandemic are creating a new economic era that American businesses will help define.

This live event will begin at 11:00 AM ET, February 8, 2022.

Competition for Talent: Expanding Opportunities for the Workforce of Tomorrow 

In the fourth and final episode of our series, we will explore the workforce and discuss ways how to get sidelined workers back on the job.

Agenda

Opening Remarks

Trends That Will Define the Future Workforce

The Chamber's Senior Economist, Curtis Dubay moderates a discussion with Adam Ozimek Chief Economist at Upwork, and Daniel Zhao, Senior Economist and Lead Data Scientist at Glassdoor

Getting America’s Workers Off the Sidelines

A discussion among business leaders moderated by Senior Vice President of the Center for Education and Workforce, Cheryl Oldham.

Larysa Kautz
President & CEO
Melwood

Yaron Schwartz
Associate Director for Global Partnerships
Tent Partnership for Refugees

Mary Kay Ziniewicz
Founder
Bus Stop Mamas

Attracting Global Talent for Global Competitiveness

Neil Bradley, Executive Vice President, Chief Policy Officer and Head of Strategic Advocacy of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce moderates a discussion with Rep. María Elvira Salazar of Florida.


Watch the recent State of American Business 2022 and episodes of The Competition Series on Chamber OnDemand.