The Congressional Budget Office is a small nonpartisan agency that provides economic and budgetary analysis to the U.S. Congress. CBO seeks a labor economist to conduct research and analysis on topics of interest to the Congress, including all aspects of labor markets and how public policies affect them. CBOs recently completed work includes reports on the effects of an increase in the minimum wage on employment and family income, the employment of foreign-born people, and the Long-Term BudgeLearn more about this agency
The successful candidate will use data to conduct economic analyses and write CBO reports and testimonies. Staff members are encouraged to actively participate in the policy research community by presenting papers at conferences, publishing articles in professional journals, and circulating preliminary research through CBOs series of working papers.
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