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Pawel Adrjan

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Pawel Adrjan

Pawel Adrjan

Pawel Adrjan is Head of EMEA Research at the Indeed Hiring Lab and a Research Fellow at Regent’s Park College, University of Oxford. Before joining Indeed, Pawel spent over a decade in investment banking, holding senior roles in risk management, credit ratings advisory, and treasury at Goldman Sachs and Barclays in London and New York. His research focuses on a wide range of labour market topics, such as wages, pensions and the impact of technology on jobs. Pawel speaks Polish, Spanish and French. He has completed a B.A. in international studies and a B.S. in economics from the University of Pennsylvania and an M.Phil. and a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Oxford.


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International Jobseeker Interest in Britain is Changing After Brexit

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New immigration rules are shifting jobseeker behaviour.


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Irish Job Postings Through April 23: Gradual Recovery

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Reopening sectors see growth but overall postings remain 12% below their pre-pandemic level.


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UK Job Postings Through April 23: Growth Continues

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Job postings continued to grow last week and are now just 10% below pre-pandemic levels.


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Where in the UK Is Job Posting Recovery Strongest?

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Cities and large towns in the North and Midlands are recovering fastest, while London and other cities are lagging.


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The Office is Not Dead: Most Remote Job Postings Describe Remote Work as ‘Temporary’

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Work-from-home job postings are increasingly marked as 'temporarily remote', suggesting employers increasingly are looking toward returning to the workplace.