The U.S. Chamber's Economic and Tax Policy Division focuses its work on advancing policies that create jobs and foster economic growth.
Our division is committed to pro-growth tax policies that preserve America's global competitiveness and is opposed to tax increases that reduce businesses' ability to grow, invest, and create jobs. We believe a successful economy depends on a tax code that rewards achievement, encourages investment, and promotes growth. Below you will find links to our policy objectives and accomplishments, recent Hill communications, and other relevant materials.
Capturing the current state of the U.S. workforce.
Workforce participation remains below pre-pandemic levels. We are missing 1.7 million Americans from the workforce compared to February of 2020.
American businesses are creating hundreds of thousands of jobs each month, yet a significant number of positions still remain unfilled, especially in the professional and business service sector.
Every state is facing an unprecedented challenge finding workers to fill open jobs. Learn which states have been impacted the most by the nation’s worker shortage crisis.
New Chamber data reveals economic value of Super Bowl activity across America
EXCLUSIVE: The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has calculated how much fans will spend, at minimum, in all 386 U.S. metro areas. Track spending in our searchable database.
Premier event this Thurs., Jan. 11 to spotlight innovation and impacts of the American free enterprise system
Impacts would include less funding for small business, travel delays, and cybersecurity risks.
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