1. Job creation statistic is based on an initial analysis of the change in employee headcount by more than 1,000 McKinsey clients globally that are public companies, as reported by those companies in corporate filings over the period from 2015-2019. This data does not include employee headcount data from clients that are privately-held companies, government entities, or non-profits as such data is not consistently available."
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Insights on an inclusive economy
US manufacturing: The next frontier for sustainable, inclusive growth
US manufacturing has an outsize impact on the nation’s economy. How can business leaders harness innovation to revitalize the manufacturing sector and drive inclusive economic growth?
Race in the workplace: The frontline experience
Three of four frontline workers want to be promoted, but less than one in four achieves it. Companies can take targeted actions...
Rural rising: Economic development strategies for America’s heartland
There is no one-size-fits-all economic development strategy for rural communities. How can local leaders—including governments,...
A sustainable, inclusive, and growing future for the United States
While the challenges the United States faces are significant, it can build on core strengths to grow, broaden, and sustain prosperity....