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Nick Bunker

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Nick Bunker

Nick Bunker

Nick Bunker is the Economic Research Director for North America at the Indeed Hiring Lab who focuses on the U.S. labor market. He was previously a Senior Policy Analyst at the Washington Center for Equitable Growth, an economics think tank. Prior to that, Nick was a Research Assistant at the Center for American Progress. He holds a B.S.F.S. in international economics from Georgetown University.


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As Child Care Demand Rises, Interest in Care Jobs Slows Down

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In today’s strong labor market, job seekers may be turning to options that pay more than child care.


Line graph shows growth in postings for dairy jobs may have soured

Tariffs: Growth for Dairy Jobs May Have Soured, but Still Flows for Bourbon Jobs

Line graph shows growth in postings for dairy jobs may have soured
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Trade wars seem to be hurting the dairy industry, but tariffs haven’t yet made an impact on the overall labor market.


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More Part-Time Workers Are Getting Full-Time Work

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Workers who currently work part-time hours but would like full-time work increasingly are getting their wish. But still more workers could do so, a sign the labor market has room to strengthen.


Nursing job postings are increasingly full-time

Employers Shift Postings Toward Full-Time Jobs in Retail, Nursing

Nursing job postings are increasingly full-time
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As the labor market has tightened, employers in some sectors are advertising increased hours in new job listings in an apparent bid to attract workers.


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Interest in US Jobs Falls from Latin America

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Overall interest in US-based jobs from abroad hasn’t changed much over the past two years, but trends for Latin American and Muslim-majority countries stand out.