Economy & Labor

Localizing the Economic Impact of Coronavirus

The recent coronavirus outbreak has obviously impacted Chinese businesses, as factories remain closed and offices encourage employees to

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Funding for Underrepresented Entrepreneurs

Despite attempts to bring more diverse leadership to the business world, women and racial minorities are

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Beyond the Nine-to-Five: A Few Labor Stories to Try

Whether it’s tying up your whole identity in work or striving for a greater work-life balance,

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The Trove of U.S. Census Bureau Stories

The U.S. Census Bureau is one of the valuable tools a journalist can use. It can

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Localizing Employment Policy Issues

While on the campaign trail this fall, Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren shared a story about

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Journalist’s Brief: Foreign Currency Exchange Rates

Where does an exchange rate come from? At its core, an exchange rate is a representation

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Will the Secure Act Help Americans Save Enough for Retirement?

Late last year, The U.S. Senate handed Americans an early Christmas gift on December 19 by

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Crash Course Federal Reserve: Part Two

The Federal Reserve System, Part Two Tools and Relevance in Reporting This is part two of

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Two story ideas for covering unemployment

The unemployment rate is one of the major indicators of a country’s healthy economy. There is

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Crash Course Federal Reserve: Part One

The Federal Reserve System, Part One History, Purpose and Structure The Federal Reserve System is a

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