It similarly offers civil insights on the greatest challenges overlooking America. One of the problems is that there are not so many workers with the knowledge and skills required to flourish in the twenty-first-century economy. Merisotis rightly stresses how K-12 and tertiary education helped establish a meaningful extent of talent that encouraged America’s rapid rise in the twentieth century. He also emphasizes the failure of today’s systems hindering the ability to succeed in the present-day era. He is straight about the fundamental roles in promoting talent in the education sector and the role that talent takes in our achievement as a nation.

The book is much more extensive than education, giving five suggestions that give present approaches to undertaking talent. It is worth going over for any individual interested in comprehending the important role that human finances have played and will go on with playing in the American narrative. For those inquisitive about ideas of shaping the talent equation, it sparks powerful discussions and great thinking. A guide on talent will revitalize and advance America’s workforce. America Needs Talent warns us to radicalize our education systems, urban development, and government into subjects which value skilled and talented people to make our country great.

Merisotis recognizes education as a mark in his theory of continued success. However, presentations of talents matter besides hours in a classroom. He shares opinions that may surprise readers and challenge viewpoints; Nevertheless, these kinds of opinions are just what we need in dialogues of how we can come up with the necessary changes in the nation and challenges of the universe. The book brings forth the immigration and urban policy that the immigrants of the twentieth century came with stability and guts but knew very little in cultivating talent or advanced education. It highlights that the zeal for innovation might be drying up. This would hurt the nation and the American immigration process. This book provides the reader with the knowledge to reimagine the full way to develop talent and to provide extensively the approach to a better society. It gives hope and recommendations on the talent world.

A better-talented country won’t come about on its own. To pave way for a thriving talent platform, encouraging a high pursuit of college workers is a promising proxy for skilled and talented individuals. It takes vision from the community and private sector to promote and improve quality of life and nation goals. In nations much like America, skills, and talent define what a country is and where it’s headed. A more skilled community would emerge as a more equal community because a considerable part of the inequality is the higher education wage premium, the distinction in earnings between college and high school graduates. The raw materials to a talented nation are with us but the time to improve is at hand. The destiny of our future depends on getting it right. We need to expand talent across the globe, especially empowering talent growth for those born in low-income circumstances.

Jamie Merisotis further advises Americans to enroll and acknowledge people with talents from all over the world despite their backgrounds for we are in a global pursuit for talent. He also urges the nation to reconstruct its learning and thinking techniques to boost the skills and capabilities of every learner through ‘Talent trust’ which aims at helping employees and students in learning to increase the chances of talent development. T-Mobile uses this exact method til this day. America Needs Talent is an exceptionally exciting book that is thought-provoking about how American success can be enhanced through talent. Jamie Merisotis proposes original available solutions for captivating, nurturing, and deploying skills and talents in the twenty-first century. The American future should and can be better when the suggested ideas are exercised.