Investing in Georgia’s Workforce: A U.S.-Japan Dialogue
Georgia is home to a young, growing population of over 10 million people entering an increasingly technologically advanced twenty-first century workplace. With more than 432 facilities in Georgia, Japan is a leading international investor employing over 26,000 workers.
This event was offered as part of Sasakawa USA’sThe Alliance Working in America (TAWA) program. It also supported the U.S.-Japan Economic Dialogue’s effort to increase bilateral collaboration on developing employees who perform successfully as technological advancements change the 21st century workplace, creating jobs and promoting economic growth in both countries.
The on-the-record discussion was open to the public. Members of the local government, businesses, educational institutions, and the media were invited to attend. Lunch was served.