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This initiative is designed to connect young women with accomplished women in the economics profession who share the story of their career journey—helping inspire women who wonder if economics is a profession they should (and actually could) pursue.
Discover the latest research on the quality of jobs in the labor market, as well as data about skills needed for “good jobs” and higher-paying career paths. We will investigate workforce equity, as well as new classroom materials tied to entrepreneurship, rising college costs, careers in children’s literature, and businesses linked to Negro Leagues baseball.
Examine the role of digital currency and how its growth has impacted the payments industry. We will also explore data behind cryptocurrency, the relationship between payments and economic and banking conditions, and new lessons for the classroom related to crypto, 21st Century banking, and digital currency usage amongst diverse populations.
Join your fellow economic educators as Federal Reserve Bank education specialists share their content knowledge and lots of free teaching tools for your economics classroom. Topics covered include: scarcity and opportunity cost, supply and demand, trade and specialization, economic indicators, monetary and fiscal policy, and more! You can also earn up to eight hours of CPDU credit for both days.