Maximum Employment Matters
Each session of Maximum Employment Matters takes a close look at a particular industry in the Southeast and its job opportunities. Guest speakers share their industry knowledge and discuss current and future labor trends.
Do you know there are millions of jobs in the energy field? They encompass everything from power generation to renewable, solar, and biomass. Learn about career opportunities in Maximum Employment Matters.
Which of these positions offer future opportunities for young workers? Industry experts discuss trends in the restaurant and hospitality industry in Maximum Employment Matters.
Students, do you love crunching numbers? Discover which jobs are hot and what courses to take to prepare for a career in the financial services industry in Maximum Employment Matters.
Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic and Senior Vice President Paula Tkac give advice to aspiring economists and explain why economics is not the dismal science in Maximum Employment Matters.
Are there good-paying health care jobs that don't require a college degree? The answer may depend on where you live. Learn more in our latest Maximum Employment Matters webinar.
U.S. manufacturing has declined dramatically over the past 35 years, and the jobs that remain require more technical knowledge and skills. Hear our panel's thoughts about training for a manufacturing career.
Thursday, April 26, 2018
4:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. CT
What qualities do employers seek in potential employees? In this new lesson series, students listen to videos with industry experts from the Maximum Employment Matters webinars to reinforce the importance of soft skills in the workplace.
Subscribe to our new Maximum Employment Matters webinars. Speakers discuss employment sectors in the Southeast, job opportunities, and labor market trends.
Calculate your potential return on a college degree and how long it will take to break even on higher education expenses.
Economics in Person is a web-based video series that features Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco economists and their research. In each video segment, viewers are invited to sit in on a discussion about special topics related to the U.S. economy.