The Indeed Hiring Lab is an international team of economists and researchers whose insights drive the global labor market conversation.
The Hiring Lab produces research on global labor market topics using Indeed’s proprietary data and publicly available sources. Our work is available to media, researchers, policymakers, job seekers, and employers to help them better navigate the world of work today.
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Hiring Lab Data
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Policy Partners Program
Indeed Hiring Lab data is used by a range of policy-making organizations and NGOs around the world to produce insightful research. A sampling of our policy partners and their projects include:
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) used our data in its World Economic Outlook to dissect the economic effects of the pandemic
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) used Indeed data to inform its assessment of the macroeconomic situation in its Economic Outlook, and OECD researchers have collaborated with Indeed economists to produce research on the persistence of telework.
The European Central Bank (ECB) has featured our data in its ECB Economic Bulletin
The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis included our job postings data as one of its real-time economic indicators on its COVID-19 and the Ninth District economy: A dashboard
Our data is available on the St. Louis Federal Reserve’s Federal Reserve Economic Data (FRED) online database
Finance Canada highlighted our data in its Economic and Fiscal Snapshot 2020
The Bank of Canada included our data in its Monetary Policy Report and in research by its staff, including “Canadian job postings in digital sectors during COVID-19”
The Reserve Bank of Australia used our data in its evaluation of the international environment in their Statement on Monetary Policy.