Nonprofits serving the Western United States are seeing increased demand and mounting financial pressures from the coronavirus pandemic. Here’s a summary of findings from a recent Federal Reserve survey.
The San Francisco Fed stands united against racism, hate, and violence. We are dedicated to building an economy that works for everyone, and will keep using the tools in our reach—our policy, our community engagement, our culture, and our individual voices—to promote equality, inclusion, and accountability.
Since COVID-19 hit, more than 20 million American workers have become unemployed and countless others have left the labor force altogether. While labor market disruptions have widely affected workers, those without a college degree have experienced the most severe impact. Addressing educational attainment gaps will be important to creating better economic resiliency for individuals against future shocks.
Min Wang first joined InspirAsian to share her love of dance and Chinese music. Now, as co-chair of the group, she helps create opportunities for Asian employees to showcase their cultures, traditions, and passions, as well as to develop their leadership skills and address issues that impact their communities.
We like to say we work for the Fed, not at the Fed. That’s because the SF Fed is not just another employer or government agency. Here, you have the opportunity to become part of an important public service institution whose work touches lives across the globe.