Fed Listens: Transitioning to the Post-pandemic Economy

March 22, 2024

Federal Reserve Board, Washington, D.C.

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The Federal Reserve Board will host a Fed Listens event on March 22 to hear perspectives on current economic conditions and how the pandemic experience has re-shaped the economy and the workforce.

Chair Jerome H. Powell will provide opening remarks, and Vice Chair Philip N. Jefferson and Governor Michelle W. Bowman will each moderate conversations with leaders from organizations that include the nonprofit, education, job search, agriculture, health care, and manufacturing sectors.

This event is one in a series of discussions as part of the Fed Listens initiative and aims to engage a wide range of stakeholders to hear how the economy is progressing across the United States.

The livestream will be webcast at www.federalreserve.gov and www.youtube.com/federalreserve.

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Last Update: March 14, 2024