The COVID-19 pandemic caused financial hardship on millions of people. As people return to work and our economy begins to expand, the community development field—including the financial, government, philanthropic, and nonprofit sectors—is thinking about what that recovery looks like and how to include as many people as possible.
The External LinkFederal Reserve Community Development Research Seminar Series focuses on a recovery that is inclusive. Each seminar in the series will present research illuminating an issue critical to our economy, and presenters will discuss how the community development field can use these findings to support a recovery that benefits everyone. Join us August 3 for the first research seminar focused on issues related to the employment experiences of low-income workers during the pandemic and how to improve the financial security of these workers.
External LinkToward an Inclusive Recovery: Improving Labor Force Attachment and Financial Security Among Low-income and Marginalized Workers
August 3, 2021
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm CST
About the Series
The External LinkFederal Reserve Community Development Research Seminar Series is a forum for exploring the intersection of research, policy, and practice in the community development field. The Series expands access to high-quality research that informs stakeholders who are working to support low- and moderate-income communities and communities of color.