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Why Human Capital Matters Why Human Capital Matters

An economist at the St. Louis Fed discusses the growing importance of human capital in determining a nation’s income.
On the Economy

COVID-19’s Impact on U.S. Home Production

The large drop in weekly work hours during the pandemic led to increased time spent on activities like cooking and child care.
On the Economy

Employment Losses in Contact-Intensive Industries

The COVID-19 pandemic has had uneven effects on employment across industries. Nonessential contact-intensive industries have experienced the largest job losses.
On the Economy

The Paycheck Protection Program: Conditional Success or Unconditional Failure?

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act became law in March 2020, marking an initial federal response to the emerging economic disruption from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dallas Fed Economics

Journal Article
When the Robots Came

Book Review of "The Future of Work: Robots, AI, and Automation by Darrell M. West, Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, 2018, 205 pages."
Econ Focus , Issue 2Q , Pages 31-31

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WARN layoff notices signal easing Texas labor market

Even with Texas employment growing rapidly and jobless rates remaining low in 2023, mass layoffs may be heading higher, according to notices of pending workforce reductions filed with state officials.
Southwest Economy

Diversified San Antonio Confronts Economic Divide Among Youth

Dallas Fed President Lorie K. Logan met with San Antonio business and community leaders in mid-October in the third stop on her 360° in 365 Listening Tour.
Dallas Fed Economics

How long is the soft-landing runway for the labor market?

A normalized labor market likely entails a more-usual relationship between layoffs and labor market tightness indicators, and sooner or later, a higher unemployment rate.
Dallas Fed Economics

Journal Article
Hang your hat in Texas: State remains a leader in firm relocations

Recently released data through 2019 show Texas remains a juggernaut, a leader for business relocations. And while figures covering the subsequent pandemic era and beyond are incomplete, anecdotal evidence suggests Texas remains a go-to spot.
Southwest Economy

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Price Stability Built to Last

The economy is healthy and price stability is within sight. But progress is not victory, and considerable uncertainty and risks remain. To finish the job will take fortitude and patience, along with the agility to respond as the economy evolves. The following is adapted from the keynote address by the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco at the 40th Annual NABE Economic Policy Conference in Washington, DC, on February 16.
FRBSF Economic Letter , Volume 2024 , Issue 01 , Pages 6

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