America's worker shortage is real and getting worse by the day, US Chamber CEO says
1 Jun 2021
The US Chamber of Commerce on Monday announced a nationwide initiative to address the worker shortage in the US, calling the crisis the most critical and widespread challenge facing businesses.
The initiative, called "America Works," aims to mobilize industry and government to "swiftly address America's deepening worker shortage crisis."
"The worker shortage is real — and it's getting worse by the day," US Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Suzanne Clark said.
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