New York

multicultural community, global financial hub

Our application period for Research Analyst positions has ended.

New York

Our research focuses on far-reaching national and international economic topics and policy-oriented analysis, alongside local matters pertinent to the diverse and prominent Second District.

Our Focus

Our wide-ranging research is designed to inform policymaking, promote a well-functioning financial system, and ultimately assist in supporting U.S. economic stability.

Policy Focus

Here at the New York Fed, we have unique and critically important responsibilities within the Federal Reserve System. We implement monetary policy, supervise many of the largest financial institutions, manage foreign accounts, and operate critical parts of the nation's payments systems. As a research analyst, you will help our economists analyze and synthesize data that will shape policies in areas like:  

  • Economic inequality
  • Household finances
  • Economic response to COVID-19


Besides NYC being a global financial center, the Second District is also known for its significant manufacturing, tech, and services sectors. The states and territories in our district include New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Begin Your Journey with Us

Our research analyst recruiting cycle usually runs from August through November. We usually post for summer internships from August through November.


Review minimum qualifications and requirements

Internships posted in August
Full-Time Research Analyst deadline: October 15
Internship deadline: November 1

Be sure to carefully review your application and include all required documents before submitting


Be ready to schedule a phone and virtual appointment.


Offers are extended to fill intern and full-time positions.


RAs start working on policy and research projects just a few weeks after their arrival.


RAs assist economists in the analysis of current public policy issues and events, as well as participate in long-term, academically oriented research projects.


Denotes full-time position