Labor Markets

Labor markets represent the supply and demand for jobs in an economy. Several factors can affect the balance between the demand for labor by employers and the services provided by workers.

As part of the Federal Reserve’s dual mandate to promote maximum employment and price stability, labor markets are a major area of ongoing research at the SF Fed. This page features a collection of content on labor markets, including topics such as employment rates, labor turnover, demographics, and wages and compensation.


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