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The Opioid Epidemic, the Fifth District, and the Labor Force

Economic Trends Across the Region looks at the Opioid Epidemic, the Fifth District, and the Labor Force.
Econ Focus , Issue 2Q , Pages 32-35

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Employment Barriers in the Rural Fifth District

In Virginia, 75 percent of working-age adults are employed, in line with the national average of 74 percent. But there are significant disparities across geographies. In Loudoun County, Va., in the Washington, D.C., metro area, the share is 84.1 percent. On the other side of the state, in Lee County, just 48.2 percent of working-age adults are employed. This is true of many socioeconomic indicators: Aggregation is necessary to understand broad outcomes, but with aggregation, we lose important geographic distinctions and, thus, the opportunity to identify both challenges and solutions. This is ...
Econ Focus , Issue 2Q , Pages 30-34

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Tariffs and Trade Disputes

Cover Story of article on "Tariffs and Trade Disputes: How are recent moves affecting businesses in the Fifth District?"
Econ Focus , Issue 2Q , Pages 10-13

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