15 results found
In this lesson, students will explore research and data based on opportunity occupations, or jobs accessible without having to obtain a four-year degree.
Explore patterns in home loan data with Dr. Raphael Bostic. Learn how identifying patterns can help you answer BIG QUESTIONS and create a stronger economy for everyone.
Travel to eastern Africa with Dr. Willene A. Johnson and use data to explore the economic activity of women in urban Tanzania. Learn about gathering and evaluating data to help answer your BIG QUESTIONS about the world!
This activity is designed to use as a classroom example to show students how we calculate the civilian unemployment rate. It is adapted from the lesson What is Unemployment, How is it Measured, and Why Does the Fed Care?
Use this activity and infographic to help your students learn all about labor market statistics.
Use this infographic to teach the Fed's mandate to promote maximum employment and labor market measures.
What can be done to get people back to work? Students get the answer to this and other questions — including why education might be the best way to avoid unemployment in the future — in this short online course.
What are some of the consequences of unemployment, socially and otherwise? Students will get the answer in this short course.
Some unemployed individuals need only a little time to find the right job while others may need extensive intervention. And some may not ever find the job they seek. Students will learn about the three types of unemployment in this short course.
Economic Synopses Age and Gender Differences in Long-Term Unemployment: Before and After the Great Recession
Long-term unemployment increased disproportionately for older women after the Great Recession.