Alone among the world’s advanced economies, the United States will have an abundance of literate, able-bodied, working-age individuals who can leverage our nation’s other competitive advantages in a time of rapid global economic growth. What demographic, behavioral, and technological trends are in play? What are the implications? What will this mean for employees, employers, and investors? We’ll provide the insights you need.
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