The Congressional Budget Office is a small nonpartisan agency that provides economic and budgetary analysis to the U.S. Congress. CBO seeks an economist who will focus on modeling individual behavior in a microsimulation framework, drawing on labor economics, public economics, demography, health economics, and the study of aging.The analyst will be part of the team working on CBOs annual Long-Term Budget Outlook and analyses of Social Security policy.Learn more about this agency
Conducting research about and performing modeling of projected labor force participation, employment, and earnings distributions; Social Security retirement or disability-claiming decisions; and individuals marital and childbearing decisions. Working closely with a team to provide the Congress with 30-year projections of federal spending and to analyze the long-run economic and budgetary effects of retirement and disability policies under consideration by the Congress. Preparing reports and testimonies.
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