2017 | Year in Review
2017 | The year that was:
11 numbers you may have missed on clevelandfed.org
Some may alarm us: the extent to which opioids are affecting the labor force. Others take our breath away: the Great Recession’s toll on households’ net worth. Let’s look back at 2017.
Decline in labor force participation among prime-age males that is potentially accounted for by opioid availability
United Nations-estimated fertility rate required to keep the population stable
High school Fed scholars who wrote Somewhere in Cleveland, our first community story project
Consecutive years the Cleveland Fed has earned the NorthCoast 99 Award
Places visited on the Cleveland Fed’s eastern Kentucky tour
Young adults that live in the same neighborhoods as their parents
Minority-owned firms with good credit scores receiving at least some of the funding they sought
Simple monetary policy rules you can use to estimate future federal fund rates
Online job postings for registered nurses that request a bachelor’s degree or higher
Net worth lost by US households as a result of the Great Recession
Presentations and videos available from our Policy Summit on Housing, Human Capital, and Inequality
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