Is a Better Economy on the Way? Join Barron’s for an Exclusive Event.

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The new year brought American economic reform almost without precedent in its complexity.

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The December jobs report showed unemployment falling below 4% for the first time since the pandemic. But lakhs of workers are on the margins. Some are out of the workforce because they can’t find childcare, some retire early, and many others may simply be ill. And that was before the full force of the Omicron version hit the economy.

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January 18, baron’s And Businesshala will call on top policy makers, economists and investors To find out who is flourishing in recovery, and who is left behind. US Labor Secretary Marty Walsh will sit down for an exclusive interview on the state of America’s workforce.

The event will look beyond the jobs market to other key sectors of the economy, including real estate. Millennial demand is driving housing prices to new heights. The trend is consolidating wealth for those who can afford to buy in a booming market, while potentially turning off families of color who lack generational wealth. JPMorgan Chase Chair of Global Research Joyce Chang and Mission Asset Fund Jose A. Quinonez will provide his vision for real estate at the event.

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Participants will also hear from top investors about their strategies for building inclusive companies. Political strategists from both the major parties will look at how the reforms are going in the medium term and beyond. Speakers include Ron Bonzen of ROKK Solutions, Andrea Turner Moffitt of Plum Alley Investments, Erin Harkless Moore of Pivotal Ventures, Mark Penn of Stagwell, Dana Peterson of Conference Board and Julia Pollak of ZipRecruiter.,

virtual event, Better Economy: Inclusive Recovery, will begin at 12:00 noon Eastern Time. Registration is free. Sign up now.

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