In Biden’s administration, Janet Yellen is poised to become secretary of the Treasury. Currently, the economy of the U.S. is in an unsure situation, and partisan politics consume congress.
However, the U.S. citizens can rely on her as she isn’t a stranger to crisis or political machinations.
During her working period, she has served as a top economic adviser in the Clinton White House. She was also among the first economists to identify the housing bubble. As being a chairwoman from 2014 to 2018, she aided to steer the country through the last major financial emergency.
Let’s review her history- looking at her carrier and measures she might take to get the economy humming again.
Janet Yellen Background
During her past working years, she may have excelled at some big duties, but her this role may be her hardest yet.
- Ms Janet Yellen, became an economist when only a few women entered the discipline. However, these days, she is now all set to become the first female Treasury secretary in the history of the USA.
- Moreover, She will be the only female among few people who have ever wielded economic power from the White House, the Federal Reserve and the president’s cabinet.