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Tara Sinclair

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Tara Sinclair

Tara Sinclair

Tara Sinclair is an associate professor of economics and international affairs at the George Washington University and a senior fellow of the Indeed Hiring Lab. She has a PhD in economics from Washington University in St. Louis and her research focuses on modeling, explaining, and forecasting trends in the labor market and other macroeconomic variables both in the US and worldwide. For the Hiring Lab, Tara is working on research projects using Indeed’s unique data to develop new insights into the labor market.


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State of the Labor Market

Insights for Policymakers from Indeed Data

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New International Monetary Fund report shows value of real-time data during sudden economic shifts.


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Coronavirus

Indeed Survey: Urgent Job Search in the Time of COVID-19

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People unemployed due to COVID-19 are more likely to be searching for a similar job to what they had before the pandemic instead of seeking a career change.


State of the Labor Market

December 2019 JOLTS Report: Another Drop in Job Openings

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Last year closed with another drop in the number of job openings. The smaller number of unemployed workers caused the ratio of unemployed-workers-to-job-vacancies to rise for the second straight month.


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Occupation Spotlight

The Fastest-Growing Jobs and Searches on Indeed

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The strong US labor market is reflected in the fastest-growing job titles and postings on Indeed.


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State of the Labor Market

Federal Workers Increasingly Interested in Private Tech Sector

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Uncle Sam has a new rival: the private tech sector.