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AnnElizabeth Konkel

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AnnElizabeth Konkel

AnnElizabeth Konkel

AnnElizabeth Konkel is an Economist at the Indeed Hiring Lab with a focus on the US labor market. Previously she worked at DAI, an international development company. While there, she assisted on a multi-million dollar USAID project promoting women's equality in Afghanistan. AnnElizabeth has also worked at the Middle East Institute and the Hudson Institute. AnnElizabeth holds an M.A. in International Economics from American University's School of International Service and holds a B.A. in History from Mount Holyoke College.


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Job Seeker Interest in Contact Tracing Falls As Job Postings Pick Up

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As coronavirus continues to devastate the US, contact tracing — identifying people who may have been exposed to coronavirus — has become both a buzzword and potential solution to eventually returning to normal life.


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Nonmedical Essential Workers: Employers Want Them but Job Seekers Are Wary

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Raising pay would reflect the risks tied to these jobs.


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Where New Job Opportunities Are Despite Coronavirus

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While no job sector has gone unscathed, healthcare and tech are faring better than other sectors right now.


Employers Seek Respiratory Therapists Amid COVID-19 Crisis

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Both employer searches and job postings for respiratory therapists have surged


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Interest in Internships Tumbles

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Employer demand for interns softens as COVID-19 spreads.