• Jobs by country
  • Jobs by largest 10,000 employers (LinkUp 10,000)
  • Jobs by state
  • Jobs by Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA)
  • Jobs by occupation (SOC | O*NET)
  • Jobs by industry (NAICS)
  • Jobs by Ticker


  • Unique active job count
  • Closed job duration
  • Created job count
  • Deleted job count


LinkUp's job listings data provides key insights into how the global labor market is responding to the COVID-19 crisis and will provide key signals as recovery begins at all levels of the economy.

Measure the impact on hiring across the world

Analyze sum totals of monthly unique active, created, and deleted openings

Compare job counts by country, state, and industry 

Measure total U.S. job openings from 10,000 employers with the most job openings

Identify locations with high workforce demand within specific industries and companies

Use analytics on duration to draw insights about turnover and churn

View sample reports

These reports are samples of the file structure and data that will be delivered and updated on a daily basis.

Jobs by largest 10,000 employers [CSV file]

This report captures the sum total of U.S. job listings from the 10,000 global employers in LinkUp’s job search engine with the most U.S. job listings. It serves as a macro indicator of U.S. labor demand leading up to and since the COVID-19 crisis emerged. 

Jobs by MSA [CSV file]

This report measures hiring across 366 Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSA) as defined by the Office of Management and Budget. It provides insights as to hiring and economic growth and decline of various geographies leading up to and since the COVID-19 crisis emerged. 

Jobs by Industry [CSV file]

This report measures jobs by industry as defined by the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS). It illustrates hiring across various NAICS codes to understand how industries were hiring leading up to and how they are responding to the COVID-19 crisis. 




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