Federal Reserve Community Development Research Seminar
How The Rules of the Labor Market Matter for Workers
The labor market is a complicated place where workers can have very different experiences depending on the rules, institutions, and employer practices they encounter. The pandemic recession and recovery have highlighted the importance of labor market policies and dynamics, especially as they affect workers’ ability to take new jobs and explore new ways of working. On September 8, join Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia and Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis for a community development research seminar exploring how the design of the labor market matters for low- and moderate-income workers.
This event is part of the 2022 Community Development Research Seminar Series, Toward an Inclusive Recovery. Also register for the following program in the series.
October 20, 2022, 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm ET
Consequences of the Pandemic for Short and Long-Run Educational and Labor Market Outcomes