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Wealth recovery still not complete, remains uneven across families and locations

In the Balance , Issue 6 , Pages 1-2

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The Demographics of Wealth - How Age, Education and Race Separate Thrivers from Strugglers in Today's Economy. Essay No. 3: Age, Birth Year and Wealth

Although there may be downsides to old age, those 62 and older can take heart in knowing that the odds are in favor of their being wealthier than younger people. And the gap has widened considerably over the past quarter-century?in favor of old people. That said, being old isn?t what it used to be. Baby boomers, who are now retiring in droves, are likely to be less well-off than their ?old? counterparts in the two previous generations. And it looks as if members of the next two generations ? Generation X and Generation Y (the millennials) ? might also end up less wealthy than the generation ...
Demographics of Wealth , Issue 3 , Pages 1-28

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Implementation of anti-money laundering standards in Asia

Global money laundering and terrorist financing activities impose significant costs on the world economy by damaging the effective operations of national economies. In response to the challenges posed by these activities, Asian governments and regulators have strengthened their anti-money laundering (AML) and combating the financing of terrorism (CFT) regimes by adopting standards set by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), an intergovernmental agency that develops and promotes policies to combat AML/CFT.
Asia Focus , Issue Nov

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The Demographics of Wealth - How Age, Education and Race Separate Thrivers from Strugglers in Today's Economy. Essay No. 2: The Role of Education

New research by the Center for Household Financial Stability shows that there's a strong correlation between education and money. More of the former often leads to more of the latter. However, correlation is not causation?there is no guarantee that more education will lead to more wealth. Many other factors might be in play, such as natural ability, family environment, inheritances and even health. It's entirely possible that what's learned in the classroom has much less influence on lifetime earnings and wealth accumulation than most people believe. In fact, your ability, family background, ...
Demographics of Wealth , Issue 2 , Pages 1-28

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Labor market trends in Massachusetts regions: Pioneer Valley

Using the most recent data available, the Pioneer Valley regional labor market profile provides a detailed picture of the region?s current and future labor supply. For context, it also provides detailed information on labor demand in the region over the past decade. This profile is designed to help guide workforce development professionals, policy makers, and civic, education, and business leaders as they make decisions about education and training opportunities.
Labor Market Trends

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Labor market trends in Massachusetts regions: Cape & Islands

Using the most recent data available, the Cape & Islands regional labor market profile provides a detailed picture of the region?s current and future labor supply. For context, it also provides detailed information on labor demand in the region over the past decade. This profile is designed to help guide workforce development professionals, policy makers, and civic, education, and business leaders as they make decisions about education and training opportunities.
Labor Market Trends

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Hispanic population's share of wealth likely to increase by 2025

In the Balance , Issue 8 , Pages 1-4

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Children of College Graduates Earn More and Are Richer

Both a family head?s education and that of his or her parents affect how much income and wealth a family has.
In the Balance , Issue 23 , Pages 1-5

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Housing crash continues to overshadow young families' balance sheets

In the Balance , Issue 7 , Pages 1-6

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Balancing the state and the market: banking reform in China and Vietnam

This Asia Focus examines similarities in the process of banking reform in China and Vietnam, analyzes how both countries have dealt with financial crises, and draws lessons from their shared experiences that may be useful for other countries undertaking financial reforms.
Asia Focus , Issue September

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