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May 12, 2023
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How Much Do Labor Costs Drive Inflation?
Tight labor markets have raised concerns about labor costs’ role in persistently high inflation readings. Policymakers are paying particular attention to nonhousing services inflation. Analysis shows that higher labor costs are passed along to customers in the form of higher nonhousing services prices, however the effect on overall inflation is very small.
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The SF Fed’s Commitment to Equity
The San Francisco Fed is dedicated to building an economy that works for everyone and helping ensure all Americans—regardless of gender, race or ethnicity, geography, ability, or socio-economic status—have the opportunity to fully realize their potential.
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