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The labor market recovery accelerated last year as strong demand for workers turned into fast job growth and rising nominal wages.


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Indeed US Job Postings Tracker: Data Through January 7

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US job postings on Indeed.com on January 7 were 61.9% above February 1, 2020, the pre-pandemic baseline. Postings slipped since the week prior, but the immediate cause of this drop is unclear.


Introducing Svenja Gudell: Indeed Hiring Lab’s New Chief Economist

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I am excited to join Indeed as its new Chief Economist and to lead the Indeed Hiring Lab as we continue to drive the global labor market conversation.


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December 2021 Jobs Day Report: A Rocky Patch in the Road to Recovery

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The labor market continues to present us with some confusing signals in the close of 2021.


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November 2021 JOLTS Report: Workers Keep On Quitting

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Workers continued to switch jobs in light of the many opportunities the current labor market provides, with the private sector quits rate hitting an all-time high of 3.4%.


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Will Remote Work Persist after the Pandemic?

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Indeed and OECD analysis of job postings in 20 countries suggests remote work is here to stay, especially in countries with good digital infrastructure and in occupations where adoption of remote work is feasible.