The Bank’s Research Division conducts economic research and provides information and economic education services, all of which are used by policymakers, other researchers, teachers, students and the public. The division also supports the St. Louis Fed president in his role as a member of the Federal Open Market Committee.
The Research Division’s goal is to promote quality economic research, contribute to economic policy discussions, and provide premier information and economic education services to specialists and the general public alike while expanding the frontier of economic knowledge around the globe in the areas of money and banking, macroeconomics, and international and regional economics.
Typical positions include:
- Ph.D.-level economists and those studying toward that goal
- Research Associate
- Economic education professionals
- Learning Technologist
- Web Application Developer (PHP)
- Automation Specialist
- Business Analyst
- Data Analyst/Data Scientist
- Digital Librarian
- Economic Education Specialist
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