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FR 28i: OMB no. 7100-0181 Average hours per response 15 minutes Approval expires October 31, 2020
U.S. citizenship is required for Research Assistant positions.
I. The Board's economics divisions study a wide range of topics, including but not limited to the following broad areas of economic analysis and policy:
Many qualified Research Assistant candidates have no clear preference among the many areas of research done at the Board; however, for those who do, indicating such could be helpful to finding the best fit among the many different groups hiring research assistants. Please rank order the top 3, with 1 being the top, those broad areas of analysis that you are most interested in pursuing, or choose "no clear preference":
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III. Successful Research Assistants also possess the ability to acquire and expand data analysis and programming skills. Please indicate your level of experience with and your degree of interest in the following areas:
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