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Demand Is Up, But Can Supply Match It?
The COVID-19 Pandemic and the Fifth District Economy
As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads across the country, Americans are taking measures to distance themselves from their communities, both voluntarily and by mandate. What measures have Fifth District jurisdictions taken and what might this mean for the Fifth District economy?
Why Were Fifth District Residents Out of Work? Insights From the July Household Pulse Survey
July data from the Household Pulse Survey reveals some of the reasons people have not been working and how households met their spending needs.
Commuting Time in the Fifth District: Evidence from the American Community Survey
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 27.7 percent of individuals worked outside their county of residence in 2018. This Regional Matters article presents data on commute times and asks: how do commute times differ for residents of rural and urban counties in the Fifth District?
Observing Recent Trends in Hours Worked by Hourly Employees
The number of hours worked by hourly employees dropped considerably in the United States and the Fifth District in March but showed signs of recovery in May and June. A look at high frequency data shows how hours worked by hourly employees in the food and drink, leisure and entertainment, and retail industries have been impacted during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Observing Recent Trends in Job Postings
The number of job postings dropped considerably in the United States and the Fifth District in March and April but showed signs of recovery in May. A look at the data reveals how labor demand has varied by types of jobs amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Coronavirus and the Economy
2019 Educational Attainment in the Fifth District
The End of a Volatile Year: What Have Firms Told Us?