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Register Now: The Impact of COVID-19 on Women in the Labor Market

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On Monday, March 22, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, in partnership with the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs of the University of Texas at Austin, will host a virtual event titled The Impact of the COVID-19 Shock on Women's Labor Market Outcomes and Equitable Policy Solutions. Register at nyfed.org/mar22event. This event, held as part of Women's History Month, will bring together thought leaders, researchers, community development practitioners, and policy influencers to discuss the COVID-19 "shecession," with a focus on women of color, as well the effects women's job losses have had on families and children. Pamela Dyson, Executive Vice President of the Technology Group at the New York Fed, will deliver opening remarks. Jaison Abel, Assistant Vice President and Head

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On Monday, March 22, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, in partnership with the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs of the University of Texas at Austin, will host a virtual event titled The Impact of the COVID-19 Shock on Women's Labor Market Outcomes and Equitable Policy Solutions. Register at nyfed.org/mar22event. This event, held as part of Women's History Month, will bring together thought leaders, researchers, community development practitioners, and policy influencers to discuss the COVID-19 "shecession," with a focus on women of color, as well the effects women's job losses have had on families and children. Pamela Dyson, Executive Vice President of the Technology Group at the New York Fed, will deliver opening remarks. Jaison Abel, Assistant Vice President and Head of the Regional Analysis Function at the New York Fed, as well as speakers from the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, Brookings Institution, the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, and the YWCA USA, will detail the effects the pandemic has had on women in the workforce and potential policy solutions. The event is part of an economic inequality policy series and follows a public forum hosted by the New York Fed in September on COVID-19's impact on communities of color and policy solutions for an equitable economic recovery. Register Now: The Impact of COVID-19 on Women in the Labor Market
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