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How Was Work?

Labor market growth signals sustained hiring in the U.S.
Most promising employment sectors include nonprofits, information services, and insurance and finance.
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Our Employment Situation: What Is America Singing?

The employment picture is improving overall, but it remains fuzzy for young workers.
‘Job prospects for young high school and college graduates remain dim.’
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A Tale of Two Movements

The state of the CU movement is vastly improved, but challenges remain, especially for small CUs.
As a group, small CUs face shrinking membership and loan growth.
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An Uneven Recovery

The state of the CU movement is vastly improved, but not all CUs are seeing the same results.
The state of the CU movement is vastly improved, but not all CUs are seeing the same results.
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Economy is ‘Recovering, Not Recovered’

Despite good news regarding CU membership, lending, and earnings, some CUs continue to struggle.
New-auto lending continues to be a bright spot for many CUs.
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The CFO’s Merger Role Expands

CFOs are expected to take a leadership role in the merging CUs’ cultural transformation.
In the past, the CFO focused solely on financials during mergers. That’s no longer the case.
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 ROA and the Road to Recovery

 While ‘normal’ ratios are still elusive, we’re moving in the right direction.
CU earnings took a in third-quarter 2011 due to a hefty corporate stabilization expense, but the days of declining CU ROA likely are behind us.
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A Deficiency of Efficiency?

Efficiency ratios don’t necessarily measure what they claim to measure.
Most credit union decision-makers I know are a restless bunch—constantly looking for ways to improve operations and make (and keep) members happy.
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A Delicate Balancing Act

CUs must meet members’ needs while maintaining sound financial practices.
CU members believe the economic recovery they’re hearing about is mostly on Wall Street, not Main Street.
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The ‘Death Knell’ of the CU Movement?

Lack of access to alternative capital could have serious consequences for CUs.
Alternative, or supplemental, capital could allow credit unions to raise money from outside the institution and use it as a capital buffer.
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