Pictured above with President Williams: Don Falk, Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation; Nancy Andrews and Brian Prater, Low Income Investment Fund.
Pictured above with President Williams: Don Falk, Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation; Nancy Andrews and Brian Prater, Low Income Investment Fund.

Affordable Housing and Transit-Oriented Developments

What can be done to ensure low- and moderate-income people have access to affordable housing, jobs, and services? President Williams recently met with community leaders in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood to discuss affordable housing challenges and how transit-oriented development can help address this issue. Earlier this year, he visited Little Tokyo in Los Angeles to learn how a partnership between a community-based organization and the City of Los Angeles is working to preserve affordable housing and Little Tokyo’s cultural character by developing near a proposed transit stop.

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Economic Letter

The Wage Growth Gap for Recent College Grads

Posted July 21, 2014

Median starting wages of recent college graduates have not kept pace with median earnings for all workers over the past six years. The wage gap in the current recovery is substantially larger and has lasted longer than in the past. This shows slow growth in starting salaries for graduates, reflecting continued weakness in the demand for labor overall.

Opening remarks to the Los Angeles Unite for Veterans Summit

Opening remarks to the Los Angeles Unite for Veterans Summit

Posted July 16, 2014

Opening remarks to the Los Angeles Unite for Veterans Summit
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FedViews

FedViews: July 10, 2014

Posted July 14, 2014

John Fernald, senior research advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, states his views on the current economy and the outlook.

Beige Book

Posted July 16, 2014

Summary of Commentary on Current Economic Conditions by Federal Reserve District

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