You probably have some strong feelings about Janet Yellen.
But whether you think she’ll be the ruination or salvation of the U.S. economy, you should go ahead and get used to her. She’s probably here to stay.
A Federal Reserve chair’s average tenure has increased by nearly 60% since William M. Martin redefined the role as a more long-term one during his tenure that started in 1951. The infographic below details the change, along with the GDP growth (or in some cases, contraction) that the Fed bosses saw