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Indicators Report

LinkUp publishes a quarterly Economic Indicators Report that assesses job market resilience using LinkUp’s extensive database of job market data and exclusive statistical methodology.



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Monitoring job demand

 
With alternative data's increasingly important role in measuring the overall health of the economy, LinkUp's Economic Indicators Report serves as a valuable scorecard measuring changes in the job market. In these quarterly reports, we share our insights on recent changes in job demand and job market diversification in the U.S. These reports measure:


Changes in
job demand

Job demand
volatility

Job demand
by occupation

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Published reports






[Q1 2020]

In our first quarter 2020 report, we see the initial reactions to the COVID-19 crisis. Job listings are down an astonishing 26%. The steepest declines were observed throughout the month of March and show no signs of stopping as we enter Q2, as listings continue to drop at a rate of about 1% per day. 






[Q4 2019]

In our fourth quarter 2019 report, we found that unique active job listings dropped nearly 8%. That is 2% more than the same quarter of the previous year. Additional highlights include: 91% of occupations saw declines, job duration increased by 7 days, and labor market volatility continued to increase.






[Q3 2019]

In our third quarter 2019 report, we saw a 5% increase in unique active jobs over the previous quarter, and a nearly 10% increase over the same quarter last year. Overall, the labor market was the most volatile it has been all year long, and more volatile than the same quarter last year.


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