U.S. Travel Answer Sheet

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One page overview showcasing travel's impact on America, filled with facts and statistics about leisure, business and international travel.

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Cartogram: International Inbound Travel to the U.S. (2018)

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A map of the world, with all countries sized by their residents' share of global visitations to the U.S.

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Fact Sheet: Global Travel Trends (2018)

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An overview of global travel trends and spending, focusing in particular on long-haul travel.

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Fact Sheet: International Inbound Travel (Market Share)

International Inbound Travel Fact Sheet

The U.S. faces a pressing challenge: America’s share of the international travel market has declined from 13.8 percent in 2015 to 12.2 percent in 2017. Even after posting growth in overseas visitations in 2017, the U.S. continued to lose market share for the second consecutive year.

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Fact Sheet: Travel Creates Jobs

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Travel is essential to the American economy, providing an indispensable source of job creation. The travel industry is unique: it is highly dependent on human labor, generally immune to outsourcing and plays a key role in international trade. 

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Travel's Impact on the U.S. Economy (2018)

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Travel impacts commerce and jobs throughout the whole economy, well beyond the industry itself. When travel thrives, so does America.

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Impact of Sports on Travel

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More than 150 million individuals attended professional sporting events in 2018 across the five major sports leagues. What impact does attending and participating in sporting events have on the travel industry? 

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