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Married Men Make More

Economic Synopses digs deeper into the wage gap.

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Teacher Pay

Economic Synopses looks at differences in teacher pay across the U.S.

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The Costs of a (Great) Recession

From Economic Synopses: During the Great Recession, most government support was aimed at stabilizing the financial sector.

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Firms great and small

Economic Synopses compares assumptions and actual data on firm behavior during the Great Recession.

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Error in JOLTS Government Industry Data for Hires, Total Separations, and Layoffs & Discharges

The BLS discovered data errors in federal government hires, total separations, and layoffs and discharges and have removed observations since January 2011. Go to this link for updates on when the data will be corrected. The FRED series affected by this suppression of data include JTU9100TSR, JTU9100TSL, JTU9100LDR, JTU9100LDL, JTU9100HIR, JTU9100HIL, JTU9000TSR, JTU9000TSL, JTU9000LDR, JTU9000LDL, JTU9000HIR, JTU9000HIL, JTS9000TSR, JTS9000TSL, JTS9000LDR, JTS9000LDL, JTS9000HIR, and JTS9000HIL.

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Historical laws regulating the economy

Check FRASER’s Banking Legislation and Law themes for 50+ new pieces of historical legislation regulating trade, labor, and other domains.

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Debt in the St. Louis Fed’s District

Economic Synopses tracks the ups and down of debt in St. Louis, Louisville, Memphis, and Little Rock.

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FRED Users, Your Content Just Got Better

We’ve made improvements to FRED user accounts to make it easier to interact with all your content. The user account homepage offers you a comprehensive view and more choices for displaying and interacting with your content.

  • View and access all your content in one unified space
  • Add or preview a graph right from the content page
  • Organize your content page according to your needs
  • Enjoy the auto-update feature for graphs
  • Receive links and notifications for FREDcast®, our econ forecasting game

Stay tuned for more updates and improvements in the coming months.

And, as always, check out our helpful tutorials and FAQs for some extra guidance.

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Privacy, Cash, and Crypto

The latest from Early Edition Review considers privacy for purchases.

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Why Are U.S. Bond Yields So High?

Find out here.

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