Today’s evolving economic conditions are influencing high school students from diverse communities to increasingly pursue working while attaining certifications and other post-secondary skills instead of pursuing full-time higher education. Join us as panelists provide insights on the decisions young adults who have yet to enter the professional world are making and the impacts those choices may have on the labor market, employers, and employees. Following the discussion, panelists will take audience questions.
Making sound financial decisions, including those involving one’s employment, is critical for everyone. In the pursuit of supporting a stable economy for all, the Federal Reserve Bank of the Cleveland promotes financial education and community development through research and programming like this FedTalk during April’s Financial Literacy Month.