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The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston serves Connecticut (excluding Fairfield County), Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
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The was proud to attend the ’s event last Thursday night!
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The 's Supervision, Regulation & Credit dept’s Large Bank & Insurance Unit is seeking an associate risk specialist to support its supervision of a large & complex foreign banking org. This role will analyze data & metrics for various entities.
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BostonFed May 18
The New England economy is at a “Goldilocks moment” – not too hot & not too cold. That’s according to the 's Jeffrey Thompson, who cited the region’s steady prices and sustained unemployment, but he also noted some worrisome trends. Read more:
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BostonFed May 17
The 's “Asian Professionals for Excellence” employee resource group hosted speaker Madge Meyer in celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. Meyer discussed breaking stereotypes and glass ceilings, and disciplines that are critical for successful innovators.
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BostonFed May 16
Most working parents need , but many also face a “trilemma of challenges” – finding care that’s affordable, available & high-quality. A new initiative by the ’s community development is about helping parents find solutions. Learn more:
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BostonFed May 15
Members of the 's HR team are excited to attend a Disability Career Fair tomorrow at the Arlington Town Hall, as a partner of & Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission, to discuss career opportunities at the Bank. Apply today:
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San Francisco Fed May 14
For , we're highlighting 's report on the consequences of state disinvestment in New England, which recommends that policymakers provide robust financial support for public , particularly :
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BostonFed May 14
A new effort focuses on early child care for working parents, launched with a new framing paper, "High-Quality Early Child Care: A Critical Piece of the Workforce Infrastructure." Learn more from the Bank's Sarah Savage & Marija Bingulac:
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BostonFed May 13
The Federal Reserve Bank has a question for the public about its monetary policy framework: What do you think? The forum at the was a chance to give answers. The forums are being held around the U.S. this year. Read more:
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Federal Reserve Jobs May 13
New opening Environmental Health & Safety: .
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BostonFed May 13
The 's Prabal Chakrabarti moderates a panel discussion w/ of , former VT State Rep. Kesha Ram, of & Glynn Lloyd of who share perspectives on how the Fed impacts the various demographic groups they represent.
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BostonFed May 13
Michael Tamasi of , of & , Mark Erlich of & Peter Forman of discuss , entrepreneurship & labor in New England with the 's Jenny Tang.
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BostonFed May 13
The ’s Jeffrey Thompson moderates a panel discussion with of , Karleen Porcena of , of & Elyse Cherry of . Panelists offer perspectives on the underserved.
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BostonFed May 13
The ’s Jeff Fuhrer provides an overview of the Fed’s current monetary policy framework to set the stage for today’s discussions.
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BostonFed May 13
Vice Chairman of the Richard Clarida delivers opening remarks at today’s event. Learn about the 's effort to seek feedback on its monetary policy framework & tune in to watch the event live:
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BostonFed May 13
President welcomed attendees to the Bank’s event this morning. Learn about the event and tune in to watch the stream here:
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Federal Reserve May 13
Vice Chair Clarida delivers remarks at Fed Listens: New England Perspectives on Fed Policymaking at :
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BostonFed May 13
Pres. sat down with and talked about the economy and our event. Tune in to to listen.
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BostonFed May 13
Today's event features 3 panel discussions covering perspectives from representatives of the underserved, small biz, entrepreneurs, labor & demographic groups. The first panel will begin shortly - tune in to watch it !
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BostonFed May 12
Save the Date: The 's event will be live streamed tomorrow starting at 9:15 AM. Learn more about the event and tune in to watch here:
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