Concise takes on the latest industry research, general association news, and the policy developments and current events that are affecting travel to and within the United States.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics 2019–2029 employment projections paint a dire picture for travel-related industries over the next decade.
There is a connection to civil rights history that began at the very doorstep of U.S. Travel’s present-day office in Washington, D.C.
The new dashboard is helpful in understanding Americans’ travel habits and visitation trends during the pandemic.
There are so many ways to incorporate more travel into your new year goals.
Amid all that was lost, I would encourage us to look back on this year remembering how our industry united like never before.
For those that are choosing to travel, I implore you to take part in the shared responsibility of protecting public health.
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