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Talent is one of our country’s most important assets—yet our current methods for discovering and cultivating talent are outdated—built for another time and a different economy. For America to grow and prosper, we need new systems fit for our modern economy.

Jason Tyszko, U.S. Chamber Foundation Senior Vice President
Our shared economic success as a nation will depend on our ability to source, develop, and deploy our workforce successfully, but for too many the labor market is broken, inaccessible, or non-existent.— Jason Tyszko, U.S. Chamber Foundation Senior Vice President

Rating States’ Work on Post-College Outcomes

With the release of Strada Education Foundation's State Opportunity Index, U.S. Chamber Foundation Vice President Jaimie Francis weighs in on the need for highly developed systems for career coaching, work-based learning, and alignment with employer interests.

Solving challenges around learning and employment records with SkillsFWD

More than 70 million adults in the United States are skilled through community college, workforce training, bootcamps, certificate programs, military service or on-the-job learning, rather than through a bachelor’s degree. Learning and employment records (LERs) could play a critical role in advancing skills-based hiring practices and ensuring they are implemented equitably.

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Scaling Up Skills-Based Employment Practices for American Businesses

Business Roundtable, SHRM, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce are joining together to scale up skills-based employment practices for American businesses.


The challenge of our time is creating a workforce system that develops the talent needed for the jobs of today and tomorrow. At the U.S. Chamber Foundation, we address this challenge through our commitment to promoting innovative workforce development solutions. We achieve this by building employer-led, agile workforce development systems and programs.

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