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to international institutions.
The New York Fed engages with individuals, households and businesses in the Second District and maintains an active dialogue in the region. The Bank gathers and shares regional economic intelligence to inform our community and policy makers, and promotes
sound financial and economic decisions through community development and education programs.
Overview Senior Economist Richard Deitz of the Buffalo Branch presents data and analysis outlining upcoming labor market pressures for upstate New York resulting from changes in the structure of the regional economy coupled with baby-boomer retirements that will require new entrants to replenish the supply of workers. Rich shows how these forces will combine to create significant labor market pressures, particularly in certain jobs.
Deadline Monday, February 20
Date and Time Thursday, February 23 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Location Federal Reserve Bank of New York's Buffalo Branch 40 Fountain Plaza, Suite 650 Buffalo, New York
Lunch will be served at 12:15 p.m. Participation in this forum is free of charge.