Media Advisory
New York Fed Announces Press Briefing on Labor Market for College Graduates
June 20, 2013

Are Recent College Graduates Finding Good Jobs?

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York will host a press briefing on labor market conditions for recent college graduates on Thursday, June 27 at 10:00 a.m.

At the briefing, staff economists will present an overview of employment conditions for recent graduates and discuss whether they are having a tougher time today finding jobs that utilize their degrees than in the past. The economists will also present data on employment outcomes by undergraduate major—including unemployment rates, underemployment rates and wages—and discuss some of the implications of these findings for today's young graduates.

The event, part of the New York Fed's Economic Press Briefing series, will also include information and analysis on current economic conditions in the region.

William Dudley, president of the New York Fed, is expected to deliver remarks covering the main topic, as well as the national and regional economy.

A staff panel will answer questions from the media following the presentation.

Limited to members of the media. Please RSVP in advance by contacting Eric Pajonk at or 212-720-1735. All attendees must bring valid photo identification for entry. Members of the media located outside New York City can participate via Webcast. A link to the webcast will be provided upon registration.

Event Details
Webcast offsite
This briefing is available for PRESS ONLY. You must be an accredited news organization to join.

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Time and Location
Thursday, June 27, 2013
10:00-11:30 a.m.
Journalists may arrive at 9:00 a.m. at which time presentation materials and President Dudley's remarks will be available under embargo.

Federal Reserve Bank of New York
33 Liberty Street
New York, NY
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More Information
Contact: Eric Pajonk at 212-720-1735 or or .

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