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Author:Kaplan, Heidi 

Discussion Paper
The Initial Impact of COVID-19 on Communities and the Entities Serving Them

This fourth article highlights the results of a survey of organizations providing services to LMI communities during the pandemic.
Consumer & Community Context

Journal Article
First mover: the CDFI fund’s CIIS database holds promise to create substantial data repository for community development investments

The CDFI Fund has used the CIIS database to collect organization, financial, and impact data annually from award recipients. This article discusses all aspects of CIIS with a particular focus on the transaction level data as a unique and long-awaited data set for the investors and researchers interested in the community development industry.
Community Development Investment Review , Issue 2 , Pages 51-59

Report
Experiences and Perspectives of Young Workers

Young workers in the United States experience higher rates of unemployment than the population as whole but are nonetheless generally optimistic about their job prospects, according to the Federal Reserve Board's new report, Experiences and Perspectives of Young Workers. The report, which presents data collected in 2015 as part of the Board's second Survey of Young Workers, provides a snapshot of the educational attainment, employment experience, job market outlook, and financial self-sufficiency of 18- to 30-year-olds.
Reports and Studies

Report
Examining the Role of Job Separations in Black-White Labor Market Disparities

Economic trends indicate stark racial disparities in the labor market. Findings from recent studies and data from the Federal Reserve Board’s 2017 Survey of Household Economics and Decisionmaking (SHED) elaborate on the persistent black-white unemployment gap and highlights barriers to obtaining and maintaining employment.
Reports and Studies

Report
Experiences and Perspectives of Young Workers

Young workers in the United States experience higher rates of unemployment than the population as whole but are nonetheless generally optimistic about their job prospects, according to the Federal Reserve Board's new report, Experiences and Perspectives of Young Workers. The report, which presents data collected in 2015 as part of the Board's second Survey of Young Workers, provides a snapshot of the educational attainment, employment experience, job market outlook, and financial self-sufficiency of 18- to 30-year-olds.
Reports and Studies

Report
Examining the Role of Job Separations in Black-White Labor Market Disparities

Economic trends indicate stark racial disparities in the labor market. Findings from recent studies and data from the Federal Reserve Board’s 2017 Survey of Household Economics and Decisionmaking (SHED) elaborate on the persistent black-white unemployment gap and highlights barriers to obtaining and maintaining employment.
Reports and Studies

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