The Federal Reserve Board and the Reserve Banks employ economists across a wide range of areas of expertise. Research assistants (RAs) are generally hired directly after undergraduate study and work alongside economists. RAs are usually in their positions for a few years and leave the role well suited to pursue a graduate degree—often in economics.
Economist Diversity Data – Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
You can find diversity information from the Federal Reserve Board and the other Federal Reserve Banks on the Board website.