Center for Human Capital Studies

As part of the U.S. central bank—which has a dual mandate to promote price stability and maximum employment—the Atlanta Fed has a natural interest in deepening its understanding of labor force dynamics and workforce development issues. The Center for Human Capital Studies supports those efforts through its research, as well as by offering such resources as conferences, seminars, and labor market tracking tools.

The center’s advisory council, comprised of education and industry leaders, provides valuable insight and advice on matters related to the labor force and workforce development.


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Introducing the Refined Labor Market Spider Chart

Introducing the Refined Labor Market Spider Chart

The Atlanta Fed introduced the labor market spider chart to depict the extent of recovery of various labor market indicators since the 2007–09 recession. Since considerable or complete recovery has been made for many of these indicators, we've made refinements to the spider chart. A new macroblog post discusses why we made them and what they depict.
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Labor Market Tracking Tools Updated With January Data

Labor Market Tracking Tools Updated With January Data

What do January employment data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics mean for the outlook for labor markets? Check out the Labor Market Spider Chart and the Jobs Calculator to find out.
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