Our center focuses on employment policies and labor market issues that affect low- and moderate-income individuals. It acts as a bridge between research and practice, connecting researchers, businesses, and policymakers with innovative approaches to creating economic opportunity through education and employment. The center also contributes to economic research and monetary policy discussions by tracking labor market trends affecting low- and moderate-income workers.
The tool displays estimates of opportunity employment, good-paying jobs that don’t require a bachelor's degree in states and metro areas.
The Atlanta Fed's Unemployment Claims Monitor tracks initial and continued claims for unemployment insurance—and claimant demographics—for each state and nationally.
Finance is about how to invest in things, how to build infrastructure, how to make things happen with growth capital.
How can well-structured and effective workforce programs and policies result in better economic outcomes for individuals, businesses, and communities?
The tool provides a snapshot of current and historical employment data and will be updated on a monthly basis.