U.S. Labor Market Monitor

December 15, 2015 | Domestic Markets

As the Fed announces December 16 whether a hike in interest rates at this stage of the economic cycle is appropriate, a major consideration of policy officials will be the current state of U.S. labor markets. For an in-depth perspective into the various indicators we monitor to assess the health of labor market activity, we offer our updated chartbook, the United States Labor Market Monitor.

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