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Martha Gimbel

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Martha Gimbel

Martha Gimbel

Martha Gimbel was the Research Director for the Hiring Lab. Previously she was the Research Director and Senior Economist at the Joint Economic Committee on Capitol Hill, a senior policy advisor to the Secretary of Labor, and an economist at the Council of Economic Advisers focusing on labor market issues. She has an undergraduate degree from Brown University, where she studied classics and economics, and a master's degree from the University of California, San Diego in economics.


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As the Government Shutdown Drags On, Many Government Workers Look Elsewhere

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As the longest US government shutdown in history drags on, federal workers are increasingly seeking new opportunities, according to job search data by Indeed.


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2018 US Labor Market Review and Outlook: When and How Will Good Times End?

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2018 has been a banner year for the job market. A big question for 2019 is whether this long recovery will end during the year. The more important question is whether the end—whenever it comes—will be graceful or ugly.


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How Has the Financial Industry Shifted Since Lehman Brothers?

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While New York’s prominence is unlikely to be challenged anytime soon, other localities are luring finance jobs to new places.


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The US Labor Market Is Changing Fast—but Job Seekers Are Keeping Up

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The distribution of jobs in 2018 is nearly 25% different than it was just four years ago.


The Fastest-Growing Job Searches in America

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Budtender, drone pilot, catastrophe adjuster—these are some of the unusual positions among the fastest-growing job searches on Indeed compared to a year earlier.