|24-00||Assistant Analyst - Multiple Positions|
|24-08||Health Economist||Health Analysis Division|
|24-07||Labor Economist||Labor, Income Security, and Long-Term Analysis Division|
|24-06||Climate and Energy Economist||Microeconomic Studies Division|
|24-05||Applied Economist||Financial Analysis Division|
|24-04||Macroeconomist||Macroeconomic Analysis Division|
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