A roadmap for preserving American advantage in the global fight for talent

Source: Niskanen Center
by Cecilia Esterline

“Nearly every 2024 Republican presidential candidate has made competitiveness, particularly with China, a key component of their campaign. The urgency of the issue resonates with voters — over 80 percent of Americans view economic competition with China as a somewhat or very serious problem for the U.S. If the candidates want to address those concerns and compete effectively, workforce development and retention must be at the heart of their strategy.” (09/06/23)